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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY.'xQVEMBER 6, 1917.
1. n rnriiTrn ri inr . ! i imnmn t i nir ti i n in I niii tnniiii i in umi z'-"-? . -;zy-. v - - - v T" : z : : : p. v e ' -. v4 1 1 LAUIiHl IN HILI) BUUNQ FUK tliiFI WELL CARED FOR 2 OT mST "(SpteUl Stsr-BvDctla Con.spoad.nce.) HILO, NoV 2. Although the United States is at w ar With Germany the fact does not seem to have instilled much patriotism in the hearts of three young men who have been arrested in Hilo as deserters from the army. The three are only youths and hard ly look of age. However, they are de serters from the army post at Scho- fie!d Barracks and as such are being! sent back to Honolulu on the launa Kea this morning. The three men have been posted as deserters for a couple of weeks and their movements were traced to Hilo. A wireless from Honolulu was receiv ed yesterday and the trio were soon in custody. ' TRANSPORT FROM PHILIPPINES IN Stopping at Midway island to pick up three cable operators of the Com mercial Pacific Cable Co., a govern ment transport is in port today 23 days out from Manila. Head winds after 'leaving Nagasaki and the stop at Midway delayed the vessel about two days in reaching' Honolulu. There are 73 army officers and their families aboard. The officers have Bound for Egypt and the-Sudan are a party of 26 United Presbyterian mis sionaries on a Holland steamer, which was In port yesterday. The band is under the leadership of Rev. J. Giffen, who has spent much of his life in mis sionary work in Egypt: Besides one passenger who left the vessel here, E. A. Welty, there was only one other passenger in the first cabin who was not a member of the missionary family. In all classes the Dutch steamer had 55 passengers. Her cargo consisted of about 300 tons, all of 'whfich was consigned to Japan and which included some steel and iron, licensed for export by the United States government. Those . in the Presbyterian mission ary party are as follows: Miss I. Cabeen, Miss B. B. Chalmers, Miss A. Duncan, Miss H. 1 J. Ferrier, Mrsj T. J. Finney, Miss E. M. French, Rev. J. Giffen, Mrs. Giffen, Dr. P. Gil mor, Mn. Gilmor, H. Ph. Groskamp, Miss E. E. Grove, Y. . H. de Kempe naer, Dr. T. A. Lambie, Mrs. Lambie and two children, Rev. N. D. McClan nahan and three children, Miss Ph. Pierce and Miss E. Cheshier. been ordered to the mainland for as signment Avith the new national arniv and regular army organizations. In the second cabin there are about 50 non-commissioned officers and their families. . The cable operators arriving from Midway were as follows: W. M. Bruce, Jr., M. Dodd and C. D. Juvenal. Regarding the statement that the men of the wrecked schooner. Church ill are destitute, Acting Collector of Customs Raymer Sharp calls attention to the fact that provision is made .for the transportation of destitute seamen to the United States on American Ves sels. At nearly every session of Con gress an appropriation, ranging from $30,000 to $40,000, is passed providing for the carriage of destitute seamen. However, these men are held not to be destitute, as they have considerable pay coming to them. According to th law they are entitled to their regular pay up to the time the Churchill was wrecked. Henry Anderson, mate of the wrecked schooner, shipped as mate of the Inter-Island vessel Helene a few days after landing here, and it is prob able the sailors will have little trouble in getting shipped out of here on other vessels, even though none of them has union card. Besides this they have not missed a meal since arriving here, declares Charles F. Mant, superintendent of the Seamen's Institute, in the follow ing communication to the Star-Bulletin: "In this morning's paper a short ar ticle appeared referring to the ship wrecked crew of the schooner Churchill, in which it was stated that they did not know where to turn for the next meal. "I shall be greatly obliged if you will kindly correct this in this after- . . HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DBAYETG CO.. LTD STORAGE fif? rn 71 ?nnTTT riTTT r i noon's Star-Bulletin, as it is contrary to our custom ever to turn destitute sailors from" our doors. "The crew has been lodged and fed by ur during their stay through the kindness of a business firm in this town, and arrangements have already been made to provide for these men until their affairs are settled with the owners of the vessel, and they receive their pay." The law providing for the carriage of destitute seamen to the United States is, in part, as follows: "Masters of vessels of the United States, homeward bound, are required, under a penalty of $100 for each re fusal, to receive on board, at the re quest of consular, officers, any desti tute seamen and carry them to the port of the vessel's destination on the terms specified by law; but no vessel shall be obliged thus to transport on one voyage more than one such sea man for each 100 tons burden, nor to receive any person with a contagious disease." It . is asserted that every effort is being made to get in communication with the owners of the Churchill so arrangements may be made to get their back. pay. The following sugar is waiting ship ment on Hawaii: Olaa, 12,120; . Pepee- kea. 4100; Papaalao, 160; Kaiwiki, 4144; Hamakua mill, 6226; Punaluu, 15,024; Honuapo, 3000. DIAMOND PAY SURE TO DROP NEXT SEASON (Continued from page S) ' Mf W IMPOKTEDDOMESTIC tobaccos Blended ill ''Satisfy?" Yes! iM. l ' Yet they're Mild! Sure as you're a foot high Sounds strange, because you never before smoked a. mild cigarette that did that Yes, Chesterfields u reach home,w they let you know you are smoking they "Satisfy"! Still, they're Mild I A new blend of pure, natural Im sported and Domestictbbaccos that's the answer. And the blend can't be copied. Make Chesterfields your next buy. Wrapped in Tin Foil keeps them Fresh astec uerMcyte Jlulq.! the American league, also. The New York. Americans and Athletics . ; are said to have broken about even, but the St. Louis Americans, which had an unfortunate year of it all around, will be to the bad financially. Cheert For Matty. VV:l' ; Cincinnati, which has oeen a loser for Garry Herrmann for years, came to life under the leadership of Christy Mathewson, and its midseason spurt caused fans all over the circuit to be interested in the Reds, which will net Garry a nice profit. - v St. Louis is also said to have made a little money In the National league, while the Chicago Cubs didn't drop much, if any, Philadelphia which was the only team to give the Giants any kind of a battle for the lead, was able to make a little money, and the Boston Braves did likewise, while Brooklyn is said to have lost a little coin.' -. -V';: PASSENGERS ARRIVED 1 T- : By Inter-Island steamer , Kilauea from Hawaii and Maui ports this morn ing: " v- From Hawaii F. Barwick, Mrs. D. Jamieson and child, Mr. and Mrs. T, Cunningham, Tsau Sing, Sister Co lumbine, Mrs. G. Lawson and child, Wong Ping, Mrs. A. Lewis, C. A. Woode, Mr. Wikin, R. Tokuda, M. Turner, J. D. Lewis, Jr., J. Correa, J. Fernandez, Mrs. George Shaw, Sr., Mrs. Shaw, Jr., Miss Shaw, C. E. Wright, L. Thompson, J. N. S. Williams, R. McWayne, - Robert Hind, Mrs. E. Pal and two childf en, A. C. Wheeler, Sam R. Kelly, Mrs. W B. English, Miss F. L. Wretch, Mrs. E, B. Soule, Miss Val pey, Miss Council, Miss Jenkins, Miss A. Jardine, G. B. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schwabacker, Mrs, M. E. De Wolff, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smythe, R.' More, Lieut. James L. Palmer; M; S. Goodhue, K. Wakimoto, W. Akana, A. Toevs, C. S. Carlsmith, Hirazawa. From Maui -A. Enos, Dr. and. Mrs. Young and infant, Mrs. T. Horita, M. R. Kiester, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bort feld, Leong A. Quon Sam, Mrs. Lucy Kalolo and three- children, Mrs. Geo F. Larsen and three children J. C. Bartels, J. Kiyonaga, S. Fukugawa Dr. Raymond, Judge Huber . - . Oc3ITD Wt DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO DcsfiQamrDG Iftifljp Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, 17. S. 7. : t . For further particnlars ' apply io-' C. BREWER &, CO., LTD. General Ascnb ison - Negation Goiiriiu I Direct ServicB Between San Francisco and Honolulu For" further particulars apply to ; ; ; CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., f Agent, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, NEW : f ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA : ; : For further particulars apply to ;: i THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents 5 PHONE 2295 REACHES H ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR 'CONCRETE WORK. ' . FIREWOOD AND COAL ; 95 QUEEN STREET - y - ' ' - " I - -: - P Q POX 212 PASSENGERS EXPECTED Passengers Expected The follow ing passengers are booked to sail by the S.-S.-Matsonia leaving San Fran cisco November 1, 1917: F. A. Huling, W. S. Stedman, J. E. Foster, C. Olsen, A. I. Silva, Mr. and Mrs. Fessenden. Miss AV. Foster, Mrs. C. C. Schell, Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Kilsby, Mis8 Helen Karbu, Mrs. Alice Murray, Mrs. Choate and children,, Herbert Cuth bert, H. Burkhaus, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bernard, Mrs. H. C. Berggren, T. M. Goodall, Hue M. Luquiens, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hommer, Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Miss Pearl Hewitt, Miss Martha Chickerlng, Miss A. M. Eng land, Mrs. A. H. Mix, Mrs. Charles 1. Kilby, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Guilfoil, A. G. Budge, Miss Belle McRobertn, Francis Gay,. H. Von Holt, Mrs. Su sanna Armour, Miss M. Butt, Mrs. F. E. Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. John Watt, Mrs. W, T. Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Scow croft, C. R. Smeade, Annes Mott-Smith, Frank Waitfield, Mrs. J. Andrade, M. Klentner, Miss Schmeik, Mr, aud Mrs. A. F. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenney, James Fenwick, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, McCandless, Miss Popple ton, Mrs. F. A. Huling, Mrs. W.S. btedman, T. B. Lyons, NV. Branduge, R. C. O'Connor, Mrs. Alden, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Porter, It. A. Schell', Air?. J. S. Warren, Mrs. Helen M. Raymond, Mrs. G. JU Bergman, Mrs. J. A. Gil man, F. V. Owen, A. H. Ford, K.' O. Berggren, F. R. Zelliff, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hops tad, Mrs. .Emma C. Luquicn?, Miss Violet Searby, Mr. and Mrs. August Haneberg, Miss Sadie Hitch cock, Mrs. R. A. McWayne, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fernandez, Master Morgan M. Kilby, Miss Marie Boklund, A. Lewis, Jr., Senator and Mrs. W. C. Pitt, Mre. Ida Skinner, Mrs. II. Von Holt, Mis3 Dora Hook, Miss M. Brown, Mrs. E. J. Kelly, Miss E. Werthmuller, 3Ir. and Mrs. Boclcus, Mr. and Mrs. Scowcroft, Dr. P. J. Mermod, F. R. WerthmueUer, W.-P Morgan, J. Andrade?, Judge and Mrs. J. L. Coke, Frank Harloeker, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bergsman and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Sherman, AValter Coombs, H. S. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Hunt, Mrs. H. Fdcke, Fred erick L. Jullerat, W. Frear, Mrs.-. S. W. Barnes, Dr. C. B. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bate3 S. M. Stock Miss M. J. Walker, T Imai. - A NEW KAAI MASTERPIECE A new and remarkable chart from the prolific pen of Ernest K. 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