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HONOLULU STAB-BULIjitlN, THUKSDAY, APRIL ID. 1917.
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VHARF DREDGING
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Tfmght 8:15 BbJom TFEieateir Tonight 8:15
. I 5 J. R. WILLADSEN presents the
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SHIP DRAFTSMEN
ARE WAVY NEED
RADIO TO HAVAII
AND KAUAI OPEN
4B0UTT0 BEGIN
F.rr the purpojj of securing eligible
Actual dredging operations on the
quarantine wharf contract will bejhavin? technical training and experi
Ccgun tomorrow or rriday by the j rncc in the design ai.d construction of
riancara .American
Dredging Com-
f any, according to the local U. S. army
engineer offices In this city.
The ' company . has leased the Ha
ailan Dredging Company's dredge
Kewalo from the local concern and
will operate it cn the Job until the
arrival beta of. Us on dredge. tlu
t Ftockton dow in use on another con-
shi;s ani their fittings and systems,
tlie Inited Stairs civil service coin
inilon announces an oi,en competi
the oxamiratnii for ship draftsmen,
men only. From the examination
v&cm:iea in the bureau of construc
tion and repair, navy department,
Washington, I). C. and in the various
navy yards, stiMons snd offices of,
mporintending constructors of tn
navy iepartment at salaries ranging
from $3.28 to $6 and over will be filled.
Many vacancies now exist
All uen wishing to take the exaro-
J inatioj shoi' Id apply at once for form
tract.
Klrst work on ihe quarantine wharf
contract' will be done right at the
wharf site, so th9 new wharf -can bo
crectej as obti as possible. The old
utr'ticttirc wst torn down many months
r.go 10 ai.ow me crcoge room to work: jzi2 at tlie customhouse.
In. The new wharf will be about 150
)ards makal ontt.e olC one.,
Hilo Breakwater Progressing
Advices rotelveoby the army engt
iicer's office are that on Monday,"!
April 1, iZZO feet of the Hilo break;
water Lad, been 'comj leted, and the
sabttrncture built knit 590 feet Inrther
than that; Tout length of the coin-
iJcted breiV water will be a little over 1
.,000W lone- :J v; 1
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NAVY IS BEGINNING"' -.
SURVEY OF MOSQUITO '
CRAFT; MAYJUSETHEM
That the "mosquito-fleet" in Hono
lulu harbor stands chance of being
taken over, for war' purposes If such
cction should become necessary, Is lu:
dicatcd in a circular letter received by
local owners of small motorboata.
launches and sampans 1 here," from
IJeut. ComArthur Crenshaw; u. 8. N
engineer officer of Pearl-Harbor naval
Ution. He is senior member ofthc
joint army and naval board of the
Ircal naval district, the fourteenth.
The nary man's circular says that
In their own Interest, owners of small
vessels in the Ideal harbor should call
upon him. as an officer of. the joint
board, to take steps that should re
munerate them 'for the impressment
of their boats if taken over by the
Lary. r Capt George R. Clark, . com
mandant of Pearl .Harbor, says the
board's plan does not signify an early
commandeering of the "mosquito fleet
but Is part of a survey being taken of
nil vessels of all sizes, to determine
their fitness for war purposes.-.
"Have you any. more of those, an
tique chairs I got a little time agor'l
'Tra afraid not, madam;., Ve can't
get 'em; you tee the makers are so
short of hands mwlns to' ihe war."
London Opinion.:" r ' .""; '. ...:'...
PASSENGERS ARRIVED
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j FromMaui---4ahV.Au(drade, Saka
moto, Bishop Libert, C W. Carpenter,
J. A. Craad, Mrx Harris.' Mrs. Collins,
Mrs. Worthlrfgon, Mr.vMaxln. It. Mc
Clean, N;' Samntuke, J. Kawahara. K.
Twda. P. FukaMr. and Mrs. Nishi
mura, Mr and Mrs. Hinashf, Mrs. Furu
kawa. J. L. Fleming," F G. Krauss,
R. Hitchcock, A.' U.Alohkea, J. B.
Abreu, Mrs. E. C. Gill. -J.- Shlmada,
11. Y. Chuck,': K- Klahlnanii,' F. J.
Sherry, T. E.:fTughitt, HG. Rowland,
Mr. and Mrs. McLaren, Mr. Sakamoto,
Mrs. W. P. Mossman, Miss Irene Gar
cia,; Mrs. J. T. Taylor,- H D.: Sloggett,
Wjm. Searby, WK Watklna. -1
Commercial wireless business b
twren Honolula and Hawaii was re
opened this morning by the V. S.
Naval radio office, for the first time
since April 6. " Wirelow business, be
tween Kauai ani! Hoiiolnlu reoicned
Wednesday afternoon. Maui and Mo
Ickal services re rtAt in line for
resumption.
This morning the old Marconi office
lettering was replaced by a new hign,
reading as follows:
"U. S. Naval Communication Office,
Commercial radiograms accepted for
fell parts of the world and ships at
sea. The new window lettering is
being put on by U. S. navy workmen. '
Robsit R. Carlisle, former Marconi
ojcrator, w-as to !eave this afternoon
for the Kahuku plant, to join the
operating force there. Two men have
been on duty, an insufficient number.
All oierato)s at tho former , Marconi
and Federal stations-are now "naval
reserve operator. Employes not eli- '
gible for enrolment have been dls
mlszed oy the' naval radio service."
They include. .Asiatic employes.
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PASSENGERS BOOKED
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For iCaoai Yong Kte, Jas. W.
Achuck, TV. R. McAUys, Mrs. J. T.
King, Rev. Lo Yet Foo and wife. Mas
ker and Miss Lo Yet Foo, Mr. and Mrs.
M.-S. Henrtqves and .infant. Master
and Miss Henriqnes, E. M. Cheathan,
H. P., Judd, . Rev. Erdman, Mrs. R. U
Wilcox, R. E. ; Wilson, Mra. SennI,
J. M. Spalding, ;II. - R. Hente. A. -R.
Rente, S. M Doo, Rev. KamaiopllL
1 PASSENGERS EXPECTED-V
.To arrive 'fromi mainland: ' Albert
Campbell, John Sullivan, E. J; Brust,
Mrs. J. A. Grant, and two children,'
Master Angus, J. Wormser, Miss M. F.
Flood. Miss. Katherlne. Gianella,. Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Emmana, Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Damon. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rath
bone, A. W. . Spalding, illss , Martha
Rnddy, Mowry Smith, Mrs: W. H. Lit
tie, MaJ. and Mrs, Wm, Balrd, Mrs. K.
V. Knudsen, . Dr. Harold Adair, Mrs.
Hays, Mr. and Mrs. C,' t Parker. Misa
2Ttna F. Thomas; Mrs. Katherlne ' M.
Yates, Mr. and Mrs. EL t Parker, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Mclnerny. IL N. Castle,
C. R. Turner,,!. B. Locker, Mrs.; E. J.
Brust. Mrs.. Angus, Waldo Marsh, Mr.,
and Mrs; Sotners. Miss Monica Gianel
la, Mrs. E. Hedges, Mra. "A. J.- Ralston,
S. F. Haserot, JIlss Rathbone, Mr. and
Mrs. C: C Loser; Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Avery, Mrs. Mowry Smith, W. R Lit
tle, Mrs. Luchslnger, Mrs. Ito Tagaml
Mrs. Phillip Rogers,' Miss Holbrook,
Goodrich, MrsII. N. Short, Mrs. Geo.
ESowles and Augustus Knudsen. :
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PASSENGERS DEPARTED
SEALED TENDERS
Scaled Tendera wlll.be received by
the .Board of Harbor Cotnmr&sloners
until 2:00 . m. Wednesday, May 2,
J917, Tor the tonstroctlon of an oil H. H. Pfell, Mrs: It. H. Pfell and In
Passengers departed: Mrs. J.' M.
Atherton, E. A. Alexander, Mrs. E. A.
Alexander, John' A. Brano, Mrs. H. E.
Batholomew, Richard Betty, Mrs. P. H.
Baum, Miss Mary Brlggs, W. A. Bole,
Mrs. W. A. Bole, H. N. Beatty. Mra.-K."
N. Beatty, Miss M. Batchelder, Mrs.
Cora Batchelder, F. A. Bailey, P. W.
Black, Mrs. P. W. Black. Miss Harriet
Bidwell,. P. C. Beamer, Mrs. P. C.
Ceamer. Mhls H. Benson, Mrs. GeorJV
Becker.Mrs. E. C. Cole.
' Miss, G. "P., Cowan, S. B. Cannell,
Mrs. S. B. Cannell, Mrs. M. J. Cham
berlain, Miss Elizabeth Carroll. E. L.
Conroy, H. G. Catrow. Mrs. H. G. Cat-
row, M. J. Cairo w, Miss H., Chapln,
Miss U Chaprn. Sanford U. Dole, Mrs
Sanford B. Dole, J.E. Dunn, Mrs.' J. B,
Dawson; J. B. Dawson, Mrs. C. A. Day,
Mrs. W. R.' Eckert Mlsa Fraser, R. P.
FalthfuU, Mrs; R. P. Taithfull, Miss M
Faithful!, EV W. Fahlgren, Mrs. E. W.
Pahlgren and chlld.'Mtss D. Falk, Mrs.
N. H. Falk, W; T: Floyd; Dick Gordon,
Miss Marim-Gonld, E. A. Gowrau, Mrs
E. A'. Gowrau, Mr.' Orundell, , Albert
Gray, H. M. GJleS, Mrs. Rose Haw
thorne', Allen Hammond, W. H. Henry,
Mrs. E. B. Heinecke. Carl Helse, Mrs;
Carl . Helse, iMra. f Anna Ingersoll, H.
Krammarer, ' James Kendall, ; Mrs.
James Kendall, A. Koscber,' Miss
Bertha Kahl, Miss -Martha Kennedy,
Mrs.' B. H. Kennedy,' Miss G. A. Levy,
K.J. Lord, A. G. Ulienthal, Mrs. A. G.
Lillenthal, G." O. Latimer, J. U Luck-
tnback,, Mrs.' J L. Luckenback,' C. W.
Lucas, Mrs: C- jy. Lucas. M. F. Monjo,
Mra. M. T, MbnKMisa Ella Mauer,
Mrs; W.--E;- Montgomery, .W. IL Mln-
ton;MrsitW. M-'Mlnton, Miss J. Mor
rissey, Mrs. S. Morrissey Eaton H. Ma
goon,, Mlrkv Mrs. T. Mirk and three
children, A. A. ' Moore, Mrs. - A. A.
Moore, Mlsa M. Y. Moore, W. N. Mills.
Mrs. W. N..M111S, MIsaE. Mills, Brodie
Mills, B. Mills, J,H.Mallett, Mrs. J. H.
Mallett, Miss M. Mallet t, F. A. McCarl.
Mrs. F. A. McCarl ''A. McCarl, Mrs. L.
E. McCnrley, Jaa. 8. McCandless, Mrs.
James 8. McCandless, Miss Cora'Mc-Cllntock,-
Miss Jessie McCray, E. J.
McDougal. S. ' Norman, Mrs. E. ; T.
Nesbett, Mrs. ;N. Noble, Mrs. Martha
Peebles Miss .Mary E. Peebles, Mrs.
Robt Peebles, L. J. Phelps. Mrs. L'J.
Phelps, Miss' C. Phelps, ;Mrs. E. 11.
Nelson, E. H. Nelson.lV. Parish. Capt
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Plans, Specifications ' and blank
forms 'of propOKal'0 t flic tn the
Office of the Board .of Harbor Com
missioners,'' Capitol' Dullding, Hono
lulu. T.H
fant,"Dr. J. S. -B. Pratt, Albert A.
Rhine, E. J.Rogan, Mrs. Slgne Rickert
son; Miss M. Rickertson, Lieut1 James
Reed, Mrs. James Reed, A. P.-Sherrfll,
Miss G. S. ShaV; Mr;J.W,'P.i.Sct)tt,
Hiss Dorothy Scott, J. Osborne Smith.
Mrs. J. Osborne,. Smith and child. R.
p. Spaldina. Mrs. R." P. Spalding, Mrs.
S. D. Spauldinc. Master R. P. Spaldlnir.
The Board of Harbor Ccmmisslon-I Jr., zmss M. Spetz; Clarence Selah.
1 ers reserves 'the Tight to reject any
or all tenders. - -
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cjiairman... Beard of Harbor Commls
r" sloncra..'. ' ! it
Honolulu. April 19; 1817. .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
v For complete lofonnatloo oppiy to
and called Manuel Jose, late of -Sarah Withers, WJ. -White, ''MJW: ''wherS-. is my Husband," 2-part i AAn'
laupap. ; District of j woid Ji
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livan, Harry Turner, J. B. Treat, Mrs.
Emma ,W trembley. Mrs. H. Town
send, Mrs. P. C M. Thebauld, Com. G.
Tarbox- Dan' Volkmanh. G. W. Vos
berc, Irs. O. W Vosberg. Miss J.
Valkmann, Mrs. M. lerra. Miss Agnes
Vlcrra. K. F. Willis. Mrs. H. F. Willis,
Miss Mary C. Wearer, J. M.'-White-I
r.ack. J. T Witherspoon. Mrs. J. - T.
In the Matter of the Estate of Manu- Witherspoon, Miss Josephine Wither
cl Cosmo, also sometimes known spoon. Master? W,. Witherspoon, -Mrs.
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Island of MolokaL . v . ; two "childTeiC;H.f Williams, Mrs. H.
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FRED U NASON
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INFORMAL PROPOSALS
Informal- proposals for furnishing
labor Ao Install a 2 In. .0 6 In. Sewer
Lrne , approximately v 1200 feet long,
at the Insane Asylum,' Honolulu, T.
H.will "be received at the. Depart-,
ment of Ppblle ; Work ''np until 11 a.
m.. of- Friday, Aprif "20, when they will
be publicly "opened.' V ' ' 5
- Blanks for proposal and plans- may ,
be obtained at the office of Superin
tendent of Public ' Works.
, . CHARLES . R. ;FORBES.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, April 18, 1917. '
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SEALED TENDERS
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Board .of Harbor Commissioners
until 2 p. m. Wednesday, May 2, 1917,
rfor the construction of a wooden bulk-1
head at Pier No. 2 known as Channel
Wharf, Honolulu, T. H. .
Flans, specifications - and DianKi
forms of proposal are on file : in the
office o. the Board of : Harbor Com-'
missioners, capitoi . uuiiaing, tiono.
lulu. t.h. . . ' r . j
The Board of Harbor, Cominlasion
ers reserves the right to '; reject . any"
or all tenders. ..
; CHARLES R. FORBES. .
Chairman,'. Board of Harbor Commis
sioners. I
Honolulu, April 19, 1917.
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