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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAR. 31, 1911
-. !- Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: ' Oceanic Mated. TUESDAY: Honolulu Sccoin! Degree. WEDNESDAY: Hawaiian Third Itcgrce. THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY: All visiting membtrt of tM Order are cordially invited to attend meetings of local lodge Meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at K. P. Hall 7:30 P. M. mm mmmv :zno. mmrni ASIATICS, ciation. cor iially invited. HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1, 0. R. M. Meets every first and third Thurs days of eauh month at Knights of Pythias Hall. ViBiting brotheri cor-e'-nVj Invited to attend. H, FOSTER, Sachem. E. V. TODD, C. of R. HONOLULU AEUIE, 140, F. 0. E. Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings of each month at 30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner -etania and Fort streets, .'isltlng Eagles are Invited to at nd'l I O ICO. A. DAVIS W. P. AY M. C. MuCOY, See. K0N0LULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O, Elks, meets In their hall, on King Street, near Fort, every Friday eve ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited to attend. JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R. GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec. WM. McKINLEY LODGE. NO. 8, K. of P. Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday tvening at 7:30 o'clock in IC. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visit ing brothers cordially invited to at tend. F. F. K1LBEY, C. C. E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S. ! WATERFRONT NOTES i- Schooner Pounded to Pieces. From Seattle comes report of the wrecking of the schooner Czarina en-: route from San Francisco tj thf Sim-; magin islands. The vessel went ashore on Kenai island during a terri fic galo the night of lebruary 15. - The vessel was poitmed to piece on the rocks and, with the cargo, is a total 1'IHM. The crew, shipped at Sail Francisco, managed to get ashore and was res cued by the mail steamer Dora, which arrived here from ihe West. The Shiiiiiugin islands form a group in the Nin th I'acilic near the Western extremity of the Alaskan cninsiila, five hundred miles southwest of Sew ard. Keuai island is not mentioned in the official dictionary of Alaskan geo graphic names. Tho mail steamer Dora, which brought the rescued crew to Seward, makes one trip a month between Seward and Dutch Harbor, and is the only means of -communication between the Aleutian islands and the oul side world during the winter months. The Czarina was a schooner of 230 tons gross. She was built at Fair haven, Cal., in ISM, and carried a crew of seven men. She was owned by the Union Fish Company, of San Francisco, , ; ,, . ; i Milton and Parsons UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY Elite Building - '- Hotel Street Phone 3038 The New Capital Cafe Will Open on April 4 . SHORT ORDERS AND MEALS SERVED -King ana Bishop Streets ' ARE YOUR BILLS FOR FUEL TOO HIGH? It costs nothing In oil, gas or other fi.nl to beat your hiilh with n SUN HEATER. It combines coiiil'in-t with economy. Write today for prie . of Sun Heat, rs to WARREN B. CRAW, Box 69, Honolulu. i i LOCAL AND GENERAL The Bulletin telephone numbers , have not been changed with the loca tion of the paper. They remain the same as printed in the telephone direc-! tory Business office, 2Mb; editorial rooms, 21S5. Autos, $4 per hour, Levis Stables. Try a. case uf Piueetar. It is pure Phone 1557. Ti in ist remember. The Anchor Cu rio Saloon has the best of liquid re freshments. All personal taxes (poll, road and school) not paid before April 1 will be subject to a penalty of ten per cent. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., have a fine lino of Easter curds from 2 lor 5 cents to 50 cents each. Don't miss seeing them. Pay cash and ask for green stamps. They're free. Call at the show rooms and see what you get free for stamps. (let your clothes made to your own measure at ready-made prices by Geo. A. Martin, Kapiolani llldg. Suits $20 and up. Tomorrow the new schedule of pay for conductors and motonnen on the Rapid Transit goes into effect. The men figure that it. will average about two cents an hour increase for all hands. Washington, March 28. Major Gen eral Frederick D. Grant, at present ) commanding the Department of the Wast, who has been selected as mili tary aid on the staff of John Hays Hammond, the special ambassador to represent President Taft at the coro nation of King George V., has had considerable valuable experience as a diplomat owing to his service as Unit ed States minister to Austria, lie is the son of Ulysses S. Grant and was born in St. Louis in 1850.. He was graduated from West Point in 1871 and was' a colonel when he resigned his commission in 1S81. After serv ing as United States minister to Aus tria he became poiice commissioner of New York city. At tho beginning of the Spanish war he became colonel of the Onellundred and Forty-fourth New York volunteers, and in 1 SOS was made brigadier general of volunteers. After the war he commanded tho dis trict of San .limn. In the Philippines he commanded the Cavite and north ern Lu'.tm districts. : . t FOR GRENFELL i1 .-w- . a V.. -Jr.., . Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 27. Dr. Wilfred Tiiomie ton UrenlVlf, the Lab- j rador uiU-dopary, has been fleeted ins William Beldeii .Vuble lecturer all Harvard for 191 1-12. Dr. Creul'cll has i pri:riic;Hy li'.o'attd himself from the) civilized world in order lo minister j j lo tlui sut'eriiigs of Din lU.lu-r folk. i I along t lit- bleak Labrador coii. t. ' GRANT WILL GO- TO CORONATION Iff "rS k , i rWrjV -. J - HARVARD POST f if k ' f f r .irii-fta. r -. Passengers! We give our personal attention to having your trunks properly sealed, saving you delay' and inconvenience on your arrival at S. F. CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love) Must Have Wireless by July 1st. , One hundred and twenty-one ves sels operating on the Pacific coast, in cluding practically all of the larger passenger steamers, are now equipped with' wireless. 1 The number of vessels carrying ihis equipment has increased rapidly during the past few months, due to iiir. !iei ,r fMinsresH which renuires all vessels traveling more than 200 miles and earning fifty persons or more, including ihe crew, to have a "com plete wirelees, equipment and a com petent operator by 1'tly 1. The United Wireless Company has closed a contract to equip the steam whalers Tyee Jr., Fearless, Resolute and Diamond Head with wireless, and when they leave for the North they will be the first whalers in the world to be equipped for aerial communica tion. The company also has contracts fMY equipping the steamships State of California, Curacoa and Spokane with wireless apparatus. The whaling fleet, which will have headquarters at Murder cove, Tyco and Admiralty island, will be able to communicate with other vessels on the 'Alaskan coast, and with a num ber of new wireless stations which are to be installed this summer. They will "be located at Kar-LuU, Chlgnik, Nakneg, Nushagak, Kog grung and Clark point,' Alaska. The equipment for these stations will be sent north from San Francisco April ,l.:y .ov ..r: ' . v . ' -' ' ." Early in Ihe summer a wireless sta tion will bo established at Bethel, In the Iditarod, and the coast stations will act as relays for messages from (he interior of Alaska and from ves sels op the coast.' ' There are now a total of 397 vessels sailing the seas which are equipped with wireless, 121 on the Pacific coast. 155 on the Atlantic coast and in the Gulf region, 75 on tho Great Lakes, 28 in South American waters and 19 sailing in English waters. Much Rain Along1 Kona and Kau. With the return of the Inter-Island steamer Manna Ixia from Kona and Kau ports of call comes report of con siderable' rain along the windward coast of Hawaii. Tho Manna Ua brought a large and varied cargo in cluding turkeys, goats, skins, awa root, pigs, horses, 10 crates chickens, 25 bales hides, 30 head cattle, CG bunches bananas, 85 sacks charcoal, 130 cases honey, 176 pieces koa lum ber, 800 sacks sugar and 235 packages Bimdries, A small list of passengers arrived. The vessel met with big northwest swells, light winds on the voyage. Pa Enterprise Sailed With Full Cargo. The Matson Navigation steamer Enterprise sailed from Hilo for San Francisco with a full cargo of sugar. Tho steamer Maui brought. Ion thou sand sacks of Uonokaa sugar which was discharged into the Enterprise. The American - Hawaiian freighter Mexican is reported to have arrived at the Hawaii port to complete load ing sugar for the Isthmus of Tehuan tepec. ' ... W floating Sugar from Island Ports. The Inter-Island steamer Iwalani from Kona with Kailua sugar is due to arrive this 'afternoon and will dis charge into the Mai son Navigation chartered steamer Honolulan. ' The steamer Likellko' is due to arrive at tho port tomorrow morning with a full shipment of H. A. sugar and Ihis will be discharged into the American Hawaiian freighter Missouriau now in port. ' ' ' ' f -a ' Mailt In from Hawaii. ' " Eleven thousand sacks sugar from Smpprng W. C. Peacock & Co.; Ltd. Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704 Family Trade a Specialty. ( Mont Rouge Wines Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne ( Schlitz Beer PHOHE J281 Honokaa has arrived at the port by the Inter-Island steamer Maui. The vessel came in this morning after a fair trip across the-channel. The of ficers report the steamer Wailele at Honokaa and due to arrive at Hono lulu on Sunday. ws Hawaii Sugar la eady. According to Purser Sheldon of Ihe steamer Manna Loa the following shipments of sugar awaiting transpor tation at Kona and Kau ports: Puna luu 8284, llonuapo 3529, Honokaa 18,000, Paauhau 5000, Kukuihaele 20, 862, Paautlo 11,400, Kallua 2000. Noeau In and Out. A quick dispatch will be given the Inter-Island steamer Noeau that has arrived lrom Kauai ports with 3300 sacks sugar. The vessel is to sail for Waimea this afternoon taking sugar mill rollers. The' vessel is to return with sugar cargo. ! Sugar Awaiting Shipment on Kauai. According to report brought to Ho nolulu today tho following sugar is awaiting shipment on Kauai: K. S. M. 4550; M. A. K. 9WI0; McR. 13,439; G. & It. 6270; V. K 1900; K. P. 10,380; K. S, 5560. -- 1 ' 3 Korea Bucked Natty Weather. A succession of heavy seas drench ed the lower decks or the Pacific Mail liner Korea beginning with the sec ond dav out from Yokohama ami there appeared 'ho "modification in the prevailing nasty weather 'until - the steamship came' within sight of the Hawaiian Islands. In addition to tons of sea water fliindinir the. main deck' the, weather was cold most of the way over com oelling the one hundred or more cub- i nasseniiers to keen well within doors. Despite the weather condi tions the Korea arrived at Honolulu yesterday afternoon hut three or four hours behind her regular schedule The rooms occupied by Chief Steward Thompson, tho surgeon and several other officers were flooded the greater part of the voyage from the Japanese port. The Korea came along side Alakea wharf at four-thirty yesterday iand immediate preparation for the unload ing ot fifteen hundred tons freight were begun. This cargo is now well out of the vessel and the Pacific Mair liiicr is to depart for the coast at four o'clock this afternoon. Leaving Honolulu were two cabin, 14 second class, 35 Japanese, 23 Chi nese and 12 Filipinos. s The through list includes 101 cabin, 19 second class, 38 Japanese and 92 Chinese passengers. No stowaways were reported on arrival here. The cargo that has been going out of the vessel in a Hteady stream today in cludes shipments of 6693 sacks rice, 5SC3 packages merchandise, 4638 sacks beans, 3195 tubs uiiso, 1289 packages wine's and spirits, a lot of gunnies firecrackers, tea manila cig ars, one hundred tons pig iron and several cases of silk. Forty-four sacks of Oriental mail arrived by the vessel. The Korea made an eight day stay at. Manila. Tho vessel Was at the Philippine capital during the entire Carnival season, Nearly one hundred persons found accommodation on board while tho officers slate that they greatly enjoyed the stay and witness ed the many attractions-including a series of sensational flights by avia tor Mars. While at Manila the steam er was supplied with a generous ship ment of copra. Tho through cargo includes much raw silk, matting and curios. : Rev. Theodore Richards, left the vessel at Honolulu having returned from a protracted visit to Japan and China. H. M. Jones, one of the influential business men of Manila, is a through passenger. Mr. Jones is at the head or several large enterprises in the Philippines and he is mafting an an nual visU to the mainland in the inter ests of the American Hardware Com pany. , S. Penrose, is a mining operator with headquarters at New York. He has completed a round trip to the East in company with Mrs. Penrose Geo. II. Prince is connected with the banking interests of the State of Iowa. In company with his wife an 1 daughter, he is returning from a trip around the world. A Shanghai business man Hans Augiistesen is a passenger enroute to San Francisco. M. V: Thompson identified 'with the Metropolitan police department at Ma nila is returning to the Slates on six months leave of absence. As trea surer of the Philippine Islands, J. L. Barret Is on his way to the mainland and will spend some time at Wash ington in conference with the national officials. Ha Quarantine Lifted With Korea. With the departure of the Pacific Mail liner Korea for San Francisco this afternoon,' a quarantine that has been imposed at the port for one month will be raised by the Federal officials. While a quarantine is never a very pleasant thing at any stage of its enforcement, it may be said to the credit of the local staff of Federal quarantine oflicers at the port of Ho nolulu (hat they did all that lay in their power lo make its provisions Hi agreeable as possible under the try ing circumstances. Despite the very rigid restrictions laid down for their guidance, the medical Officers were ever willing to show any little cour tesy 'possible,' without jeopardizing the interests of the community or the steamship companies who were desi rous of securing a clean bill of health for their-respective vessels leaving the port. The passing of the quaraii' tine means the lifting of the lid in regards to harbor bathing, inspection of fishing sampans, 'the inspection of fruits, inter-Island quarantine restric tions as well as removing all barriers which heretofore held townspeople back from going aboard departing steamers In any capacity other than ti passenger. -' ' - . Pa : Wilhelmina Is Keeping the Pace. According to a' wireless received at the agency of Castle and Cooke the Matson Navigation steamer Wilhel mina that left Honolulu the same time on last Wednesday morning as did the Oceaidc steamship Sierra is keep ing the pace across the Pacific In the direction of San Francisco. The Si erra is carrying the mail destined for the mainland. At last reports tho two steamers were but four or five miles apart, with the Sierra in the lead. Pi Much Cargo from the Hyades. Tho Seattlo press refers to tin cargo taken on the Matson Naviga tion freighter as the largest loaded al that port by a Matson vessel. Ref erence is made to the largo shipment of lumber and shingles from northwest mills. The Hyades is at the railway wharf discharging and taking on sug ar which is destined for San Fran cisco. It is the present intention to dispatch the vessel for the coast by the way of island fwrtg this evening. n Moderate Weather for the Sierra. With moderate weather, clear but overcast, the Oceanic steamship Si erra that sailed at ten thirty on last! Wednesday morning for San Fran-j cisco was DOS miles off the port at eight o'clock last night according to a wireless message received at the agency of C. Brewer and company. Tho report staled that the rather rough seas . had been encountered. SIERRA REPORTS The following wireless message has been received by the agents from the S. S. Sierra, bound for San Francisco:- .!' "S. S. Sierra, At Sea,' March 30, 8 p. m. 508 miles out. Moderate S. S. W. winds; sea confused; clear but overcast; barometer 30:00; air, 71. Orders have been given by the Jap anese admiralty to tin: M ilsiiiblslil company and the. Kawasaki dock yards for two battlradiips of 22,000 tons. The two companies have sent four experts to the Vlckcrs-Maxim yards in Eng land, whore a Japanese warship is be ing built. Plans are under way for the estab lishment of a Home for Aged Pastors. It will be located near Los Angeles and strictly non-sectarian. A large tract of land lias already been given by Col. R. M. Baker, a capitalist of the soulhcrn city. The Rev. Dr. Rogers Isreal, for eighteen years rector of St. Luke's church, Scranton, Pa., was consecrat ed first Tdshop of the' 'Protestant Epis copal diocese of Erie. ' The sinking of tho monitor Puritan will bo thoroughly investigated by a I naval board confposed of Admirals, I headed by Rear-Admiral Evans. j Owners of private shipyards" aro entering a protest to the 8-hour law ! regarding work' on ' American bat tie ships. I "How tho dlckeiiH am I to op"ii my 1 oyHtorx'.' Ah! Happy thougM! I'll 'yawn; they my It's cuti bliig." Pi li; Mcic. ; j. ! PASSENGERS BOOKED ARRIVED ! i - Per C.-A. S. S. Moana for Australian ports via Fanning Island, March 31 Mrs. C. J. Price, Frank J. Murphy, R. K. Keinslcy. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Croc ker. Per" P. M. S. S. Korea, for Sa't Francisco, March 31. Col. Sam Par-, ker and party, Miss M. L. Hopper and party, Judge Dole and wife, K. P. Wii- bur and party, Dr. A. N. Sinclair and M wife, Miss I'. G. McDonald, Mrs. Jos eph Green, Miss M. Rawson, Miss He len Rawson, Miss Nina Rawson, Mrs. M. It. Bayley, C. J. Wilson and wife, F. W. Mathewson and wife, E. South-, wick and party, E. S. Wilhron, Jeff Livingston, II. E. Stetson, F. W. Smith, Mrs. Smith, son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Trilch, Mrs. Wm. Scott, Miss C. Scott, Mrs. A. B. Grovcr, Bay Slannard Baker, L. 11. Briggs and wife, C. F. Morey, Mrs. Geo. H. Biill, Miss S. Bull, .1. 11. Qucal ami wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marley, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rankin, A. C. Aitken. E. A. Doulhitt aiid wife, L. G. Falk and sister, F. Cartwright, Wm. 11. Hunt.' Dr. D. Laogier, Mrs. B. M. Al lison, Mrs. Tisdale, Mrs. Burgess, G. II. De Golycr and wife, C. W. Hodg ins, Miss L. Buttles, Mrs. J. W. Bixby, .1. W. Bixby, Frank B. Craig. K. S. Lee and wire, Dr. M. R. Edwards. Fred Fuller, A. M. Waters, Mrs. H. N. Almy. Geo. Chrones. W. W. Web ster, Mrs. C. R. Webster. Senate Hesitates On Grant to Irrigation Com- panics. There appears- to be considerable suspicion in the Senate as to the terms of Senate Bill No. 85, granting irrigation companies the right, of em inent, domain. The bill was taken up: for consideration on third reading this morning and after a motion to table it had been lost by a tie vote, it was deferred until tomorrow on the mo tion of Senator Quinn who staled that lie would like to have some further light on tho general provisions of the measnio. ' A number of amendments were sub mitted by Senator Judd, one provid ing that each corporation coming un der the eminent domain provisions nfj the bill "shall have at least $50,000 j of fully paid in capital represented by) cash or tangible properly of a market value equal to' the amount at which such properly is entered as-assets on the books of tho company. Another'aniendment drops out all reference of the right of eminent to sites other than actually needed for the ditch proper. ' . - ! ' 1 : J. E. Ashman, with his balloon, the Miss &ophia, attained an altitude of 16,000 ieet recently, making u voyage i from Texas to Missouri, at the same time passing through a snow storm. Pauline Chase, an actress, who is touring in a play called "Peter Pan," proposes to travel from city to city by aeropliijie,i;i8toad; of by train. OUBT EMINENT DOMAIN BILL iim)Wnn!iim,ii".i.uiJii"'M '"'' ijiii'l.'ww!'-"' Oiir E3ES5 will Saturday Fort StreeL, Sal ill , MammrmvmmrTtpmmmttmuui w'"i win '" Coney Garage Automobiles MeefAll Inter-Island Steamers Touching JKAUAI RATES REASONABLE Thursday, Mar. 30. Manila via Hongkong and Japan ports Korea, P. M. S. S., 4:30 p. m. Friday, Mar. 31. Kona and Kau ports Mauna Ixia stmr. a. m. Salina Cruz via San Francisco mil Seattle Missouiian, A.-1I. S. S., a. in.' t ' ' Thursday, Mar. 30. Kauai porta W. G. Hall, stmr., 5 p. . m. . Midway- Island Flaurence Ward, Am. scjir., "p. ni. ", t ; - PASSENGERS ARRIVED Per P. M. S. S. Korea, from M,aniU via Hongkong and Japan ports for Honolulu: Theo. Richards, Mrs. U. Takagi. Through: Miss B. Atterbury Miss 1. N. Atleibury, Mrs. M. L. Bak er, Dr. G. D. Balck, J. L. .Barrett, Mrs. J. L. Barrett, Lt. J-. Benton, Miss S. M. Bosworlli, W. C. Bunnor, Miss E. Emerson, Mrs. W. M; Forbes, Miss E. Green, Bev. B. H. Grigson, Miss L. M. Haas. J.' Hamilton, Mrs. J. Hamil ton and 2 children, Rev. P. O. Han sen, Mrs; P. O. Hansen and infant, Master J. Hansen, Master P. Hansen Miss M. Hansen, Miss J. A. Holland, Mrs. W. Hull, W. J. Hunter- H. M. Jones, Mrs. K. K. Johnson, Miss M. Kelly, Lee Hong Young, Lee You Hun, Dr. J. R. Love, Dr. F. Macke, Miss O. V; Maxson, Miss M. McGuiro, Miss M.' McKay,, Mass D. E. Meyers, Jos. Puppa, W. W. Payne, Mrs.- F. D. Piiiatt, Miss M. W. Reynolds, Alex. Ross, W. J. Shainbaugh, Mrs. W. J. Shambaugh, J. D. Snodgrass, Mrs. W. H. Stanford, M. V. Thompson, Rev. ,T. B. Thorton, Mrs.' J. B. Thornton and infant, Miss Ruth Thornton, "Miss Gladys Thornton, Master 11. Thornton, Dr. H. A ron, Hans Augustesen, Mrs. A. M.' Benton, Miss M. Benton, Mrs. H. Beckjord and infant. Miss Mary A. Bogait, Mrs. C. W. Boucher, Chas. A. Cassidy, W. Engelen, J. P. Henry, Mrs. John Heme, Henri Jaques, Mrs. Henri Jaques, J. II. Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Johnson, G. II. Langmore, N. L. Levy, Mrs. N. L. jAsvy, 3. C. Lock wood, Mrs. J. C. Lock wood, ev. A. Lucas, Mrs. A. Lucas, A. R. Macharg, Mrs. A. S. Macharg, Mrs.'S. F. Men age, Jas. Morton, N. Murray, Thorn ton Oakley, Mrs. Thornton Oakley, A. D. Parker, R. R. Parker, Jr.y S. Pen rose, Mrs. S. Penrose and maid. E. Peterson, George ' II. Frince, Mrs. George II. Prificc, Miss Prince, Goo. Raegeuer, Mrs. Geo. Raegener,: ''Mrs. T. W. Thompson, E. B. Welch, Regin ald Wilkinson,1 Mrs. Reginald Wilkin-' son, S. Yasugi. R. C. Eddy-j" 'i r01. K1 Hi r. Mauna Loa, from Kmci and Kau ports, Mar. 31. F. J. Lin- dorman. F. W. Fuller, C. Hollo, II. If Allen, J. G. Smith, ,T. A.' Smith, 1 McWavne, Mrs. II. Hapai, W, Cmnmings, Wm. Jellings, C. J. Austin, 61 deck. t IN FOREIGN PORTS. I Wednesday, March 29. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed:- Mar. 28, S, S. Senator, for Honolulu; Mar. 29, S. S. America Mam, for llono- ;,. lllltl. ; , - ' : .'.' When Ihe Intcr-Islaml steamer Ki nau returns from Kauai ports on, Sunday 'morning that vessel will have among other lines of cargo 5000 sac.kfi !..$., 1, ,a,nil) ,250pjKv,P.. sugar. , t Big begin Morning opp. Cathedral Bloiii ' Lj WI M fUIIHIIMI.WJ..i r i in'.'irmiMniiiin-" rjinj'