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rVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1911.
OCEANIC CO. TO iDIX HERE WITH
PUT ON 3 LINERS! MANY HORSES
(Continued from Pag 1).
I). Hi'rccUi'ls, nnil urrlvcil'toiluy ly ttiull
from t tic IViukI.
(iiiiKrtwiimiii Knlm, shortly uttcrhls
ntrlviil here, Intliu.itcil In tho HilMe.
t'l n Hint the Ventura unit Sonoma
tiilithl hkiiIii I'O tiliir.i'il In rnmmlss'lnii.
ti nil siihl then tlmt lr they were, Ihcro
nnuhl It mi rikmI to lie fcitlncil by stif
l"'iiillni; Hip cnnstwlsu laws. The It if I-.
let Ill's Ktntiil for th Aim-rlcim lucr-
cmiit marine In illrrrtly In lino with,
tlili. . I
Shipping men herd cny tlmt tlicro l1
ample imnjiiiKcr iirroimiinrtiilloii nl
rniily for Hip Irnilo. With tlm conduit
of Hip iirw fcrvlec, Honolulu's futuro
will lie riiroil Tor.
In niiiimoiitltiK "i what It remarks Is
tin- Ih-kIiiiiIih; of a kn-iiI era of shlpplnix'
activity on the Pacllic, the Han Krun
i'Imii Oil snys:
"It was xtatcil yesterday ly company
llU-l.ilr. that their belief In Hie ruplil
1evehiiinent of Sail Francisco's ship-'
plim Imlilxlry haii iloclihil them In their.
UI.II011. The two vessels, which liri.'Kl-
tcr nlilpi with the Sierra, now In two
on tlm Honolulu run, have been lylntf
idle In Pan Francisco bay since thu
winter of TJOil. Previous to tlmt date
they hail been III the Australian ser-
vie. nmkliiK illreet Irnilo eoiiiiecllon
bitween thin port nticl'the South Seas,
but mvliiK to the illxorKiiiilzallon of
tlip service follovliiK the disaster of
1WUI. coupled wild heavy losses due I"
(nsulllclcnt Kiilisldlcs. they were re-1
tired nnil for nearly live yearn hne
been nt nuchnriiRP off llio Inilla linsln.
"Work to Begin at Once, i
"Vor1 on the ships will be com
menced luiuieillately, nnil 111 iiililttlon
to u Keneral overhauling, oll-burnlim
Hpparntim will be Installed, ulniiR with
lank of MllUelcnt fuel enpaelly tu
carry the cwm-Is half way round thu
world When ronipleteil, thu Soiioum
Mint Ventura will be. through their oil
Installation mid eonteinplated Improve
nielilH, even better vessels t hit ti when
they were llrst built tell yearn nK'i. I
W'.Iohn 1J. Hprci'kcls, president of thu
Oee.inle .Sieamxhlp ronipany. In opti
mistic over the outlook fnrKrealer com-'
uiVrcl.il activity In thin port. He said:
"The Ventura mid Scmoiua uro to
I mi made ready at ouco for. trade lie-J
tween the port of San Francisco nnil
the other hnportatit eoniinerclal een-t
trrs of the I'aelllc. The vessels luivo
been Idle for llvp yearn, hut we be-'
IIpvp there will noon .ho (jrent opiwr
luultleH for ships of thin character "and '
wo are bavins them rebuilt ut oneo no
that wo may be, ready when the tlmu
comes. A new era of roninierclal de
elnpinent In about to be ushered In.
Vlth the election of James Ilolplt Jr.,
which In practically annum), the con
lldenee of cnpltnl will be rentored mid
shipping mid trade of ull klmln wdll
rrcelvo u healthy liupetun. i.'oninierco
that ban iieKlected thin port will bo nt
traeled here nnd we can expect n Ions
period of Industrial peace and ndded
imii.Icti n v-
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' fttrfftft' ' .'MlaS 'JkSiSki "'
Under n now commander, tho Unit
ed States army transport Ilk with
live handled head (if horses unit mules
fur llio several army nlnthina l an
lirrlvnl nt Honolulu mid If Oic lieallli,
htid cnnddlon nf the Inrsc mimlicr of
fiiilmals will permit, the voyngo across
the I'aelllc to Ciiinni mid Hie Philip
lltiCH will he resumed nn or about
Captain 0. II. I'lerco iiBsutnca llio
navlKatliiK hrldKc In llio plncu of Cip
tnlti Ankers wlm jmsned nwny some
weeks iiRO. l'ctey M. Cochran Is now
niinrtcrmnstcr ctpluln nnd In clrirBu
of the vcsHcl. lie Is assisted hy Chief
Olllcer It. T. Iliiln. Second Olllccr W.
.1, CriHidlo. Third Ofllccr C. Olson nnd
I'"iiiirtli Olllcer Axel II. Johnson.
A number of now fuccn wero met
with the arrival of the transport nt
Oceanic wharf this inomliiK. The
vessel completed a ten days run down
from Seattle, duritm which tlmo tho
wentlicr was said to have been pleas
nnt. I.ens than flflcen thousand dollnrn
was spent on lopilrs "f tho trnus
lor) diirini; her period of Inactivity.
The vessel went out of commission
lor hovcrnl inonths and lay nt anchor
near Seattle until soino weeks bro
when the llx entered the naval dock
nt Itrcmerlon and there received (i
elennliiR nnd repainting. There were
(oino repairs mndn up llio machinery
hut outside there Items little clsowns
Nliicty-lhrro horses were hroiiRhl
for the pepaitiucnt of Hawaii. Tho
stock Includes six animals for priv
ate pnttlrs. I for members of the st'iff,
!l for the nrtlllcry and 73 for tho cav
alry. Tho UK will call nt flinm on this
trip where a number of horses, tiiulcn,
cows, steers, hops and chickens will
Tho InrKo number or animals will
continue, mi to the Philippines, The
I)l l.t vnrryluK a IntRo quintlty of
feed nnil forage for Philippine posts.
Tin cc Filipinos are being carried
to the homeland ns stccrngo passen
gers. KAHULUI YOUNGSTER
(Special 111) lie tin CorrcHiMUidonre.)
WAII.UKU. Sept. 22. Mr. anil Mrs.
Wllllnm' Ilnuu of Knliulitl have tho
deep sympathy of their many friends
In the sad nccldcnt which resulted In
tho drowning of their ten year old
son last Sunday afternoon. Durlm;
tho forenoon of Inst Sunday the hoy
left homo to tako n stroll along tho
beach ns was his custom, for their
houso Is only a fow hundred yards
from the beach. At noon when Mr.
Ituhh ennio home, tho hoy was not nt
homo hilt Iho fnthcr did not feol any
anxiety for It was his custom to walk
along thu beach with other children
playing on the sand. When evening
caino nnil tho boy did not mnko any
appearance, anxiety for his safety
was felt and search was Instituted.
Tho little Japnncso children who nc-
H. Davies "& Ca,ScL
QUITS THE SEA
It was n lucky round trip that Alox.
Morphy, a well known Pacific Mall
purser made In tlio liner Korea dur
ing the vacation taken by tho cvor
genial "Hilly" Allen who now 'at
tends to Iho multifarious duties con
nected with tho business end o( 'a big
.Morphy Is now, listed nmong tho
mllllnnlrcs of tho mlddlu west.
Somo months, ago Morphy passed
through Honolulu on tho Inst leg of
tho triuls-Paclfic trip and at tho tlmo
several ol his friends slyly hinted nt
his having been bitten by n matrimo
There wns ono fnlr young damsel
numbered among tho passengers In
tho Pacific Mail vessel nt Hint time
who according to all accounts thought
Morphy Just about tho right sort of
specimen of tho genius man.
Tho 'young' lady hailed from Chi
cago. Shortly after the arrival of
'ho Km en, Morphy nnd tho Illinois
girl decided tlmt n soparatlon meant
a Joyless existence nnd n fow words
from a San Francisco clcrgymiln
brought a clearing of troubled skies.
It was only a few weeks ago that
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Morphy wero In
formed through n lengthy telegram,
that Mis. Morphy had lieeu,m.Tle solo
heir lo several million dollars worth
of securities and real cstnlo holdings
In nnd about Chicago, through Iho
dcnlh of a rich but aged uncle. I
.Morphy, who used lo endeavor lo
appease Iho Irrltnblo nnd satisfy tho,
most exacting traveler while In the
capacity of Purser now languishes nt
case as a member of Fcvcral high-1
toned clubs in tho windy city, arid
tho couplo resldo In ono' of tho swell
brown stono fronts that adorn "mil
lionaire row," along tho lako front.
Morphy has Intimated to his old
confrns In Iho Pacific Mall servlco
that some of these days ho may buy
ono or more passenger steamers nnd
then place them nil In good positions,
which will practically amount to life
Claims of American citizens against
Mcxlctvfor alleged losses mid damages
sustained during the recent revolution
continue to pour In to tho State, De
Hi M 1 1 . 1 1 n l iMr Tr
companlcd tho missing b'jy wero
sought nnd nsked where tho liny was,
lnit tho children' couli not make 'any
comprehensible rinswers beyond (mint
ing to the place whore they had spent,
tho afternoon. It was then believed
that tho boy had been drowned and
so search was continued until-tho fol
lowing day when Iho body was found
floating under tho now Claudlne
No Inquest wns held ns both the
parents and Sheriff, Clement Crowell
aro satisfied thnt tho drowning wns
accidental. Tho remains wero "sent
over to Knanaiill, where the fnnilly
lived for many years, for burial.
,.. , , i -
It is the ideal refrigera
tor in food -preserving
qualities, economy pf i'cej
ease in which it Can be
cleaned, appearande, etc,
Severn! merry Mntnon men have suc
cumbed to tho Insidious little darts
from no other unerring marksmen than
little Dan Cupid.
Tho steamer I.urllne, which hns re
turned nfter leaving n-(iiantlty of cargo
at Knhittul, and to ml) for 8nn Fran
cisco tomorrow evening, hns been pretty
hard hit, from all accounts.
Chief Knglnccr II. K. Itylalt wears n
smile these dnys that positively won't
como on, nnd nil becauso Just bcfe.ro
tho departure of the Mntson liner from
San Francisco, Itylalt led to tho 'altar
Miss Lottie Smith, n pretty young lady
N'ow, conies the startling but none
tho less pleasing rumor thnt Jon. I,om
bardo, chief steward In the I.urllno, has
become Inoculated hy the blto from tho
matrimonial bug. "Joe" Is snld on good
authority to have serious Intention's on
his nrrlvul at Sun Francisco a week
hence, mid will wed a Mlns Allco .Nor
man, a. pleasing Sun Francisco girl.
News hns now been received hero to
the effect Hint when Contain Chnrlcs
PctorMm, the youngest skipper In tho
I'aelllc. returns to Honolulu In tho Mnt
son steamer Hllonlnn, ho will bo safely
listed fn the ranks of tho benedicts.
"Charlie" Peterson stolo' nwny during
the brief stay of the Hllonlnn on tho
Co-nst and made Miss Anna Vosberg of
Han Francisco His wife.
BANANAS BREATHE, IS
NEW CLAIM OF SCIENCE
WASHINGTON, I). C. Sept. 2. 11a
nanas aro deep nnd rapid breathers. So
arc blackberries, rnspnerries, straw
berries and huckleberries.
Professor II. (' Oore, assistant chief
chemist at the bureau of foods of tho
Department of ARrleiilturc, can provo
It, All fruits breathe. Ho says they
do. Professor (Sore lias recently boon
conducting experiments Into tho res
piratory nctlvlty of tho various fruits
used ns food. Up found Hint they not
only had respiratory powers, but thnt
th'ey accumulated and gave off heat In
respiration Just as human beings nnd
ull animals do. ltananas give off so
much beat thnt It Is hard to determine
their rntn of respiration.
When you go Into tho market next
tlmo nnd smell bananas or watermel
ons, call them down: they arc blowing
their breath In your face. That's what
It amounts lo, according to Professor
(lore. If these fruits didn't breathe,
they wouldn't ripen.
In cold slorngo or any cold pincorcs,
plrailon Is refluent. Conseciuenlly'rlp
enlng In held down with the temnern
ture. That's why they keep when you
put 'cm In" the Icebox, simple," Isn'J It?
Fruits nnd berries tlmt develop rapid
ly breathe rapidly. Citrus fruits and
nil those that develop slowly liuvo n
low rate of respiration.
Professor (ioro tells about physio
logical processes, cnzyinotlc causes, ox
idizing enzymns, ndlubatlc conditions.
desiccators, nnd lognrithms, but what
he means Is that fruits breathe.
Line of Sizes
BARK HAS MAOE
Heglnnlng what Is declared tho one
hundred nnd forty-sovonlh voyage to
hc Hawaiian Islands, thu hark It. P.
Illthct bound Irom Snn Francisco Is
out nlno days from the California
Captain Nelson, the well known
nmstcr of tho windjammer Is report
ed by ndvlccs received by C. Hrowor
nnd Company today ns having plenty
of company on his voyngo lo Hono
lulu. There aro somo who, venturu
the prediction thnt the day of tho
windjammer betwocn Ban Francisco
and Honolulu Is n'umbcicd. It may
ho n matter of hut a few months be
fore tho Inst of the sailing vessels
will bo taken off, tho run to glvo way
lo tho larger and moro Biicedy steam
tonnage which now call at Islnnd ports
and clean up nil available sugar. It
is stated on good authority that tho
Illthct ns well as other windjammers
melt ns the Andrew Welch aro for
snlo should tlicro bo nuy demand for
thorn ns barges. Tho Illthct Is com
ing down hero with? a full cargo of
mcrchandlso and nlno passengers In
cluding Iho following: Tho Misses
'Bind nnd Ilcsslo Vale, Mrs. Charles
Vale, Mrs. Wilder, Mrs. Foss, Mrs.
ncnau, C. K, Illchcncr, U. J, Kennedy
and It. It. Chamberlain. '
Mrs. Vale Is on n. visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Claudius McDrldo of Hono
lulu. Tho rtlthet is laden with u car
go of cased coal oil and shipments of
fertilizer and gcncrnl merchandise.
UP TO COUNTY
Declaring that If Iho county does
not enforco tho rule for tho screen
ing of fruit and vegetables which be
came law yesterday Iho board ol
' hcnllh must step In nnd do somclhlnir.
' t'rnaldnnt llr.itl ltiu niiiir ,,, llinl
wholo of the matter squarely up to
tho city fathers. Further than this
ho stated Hint If they do not pass
somo regulations ns to tho screening
of (he rest nf tho food the hoard of
hcnllh would have to slcp In und piss
Supervisor Krugcr, chairman of tho
health nnd sanitation committee siys
1 that the law thnt went Into effect
yesterday will ho cnfoi'ccu, but this
morning not much effort (o carry ont
Its provisions wero notlccnblo around
the public market.
Tlicro Is u white sparro v making
, hla headquarters nt Iho corner 6f Ala-
ken r.nu King stroets. Homo years
n;'.i u white sparrow was nccn fro
n.mnlly on Fort street, near tho
Passengers sailing by tho S. 8. I.ur
llno Hive yourself tho tronblo of send
ing back wireless inquiring about
I'llsnlng baggage by placing your ord
ers with tho Unlon-Pnclflc Transfer
Co. Tel. 187C.
Delicious A fl
STEADY liKHW ill
WASHINGTON, I). C Sept. 11. A
hrcllmtmtrv statement of the ifcneml
results of the Thirteenth United States!
Census of Manufactures of tho Btato
Oft California wns Issued today by Cen
sus Director Durand. It Includes n
summary comparing tho llgures for
1901 mid 1909, by State totals, prepared
under the direction of William M,
Steunrt, chief statistician for manu
factures, llurcau of tho Census. Tho
figures nro subject to such revision as
may be necessary nfter a further ex
amination of tho original reports.
Tho Thirteenth Census, Ilka thnt of
1104, differs from the Twelfth Census
In 1900, with rcferenco to manufac
tures, In that tho two later censuses
excluded the land and tho building
trades nnil tho 'neighboring Industries,
and took account only of establish
ments conducted under tho factory sys
tent. In the last census, also, as In
that for 1901, statistics wero not col
lected for factories having products for
the census year of a value less than
$500, except thnt reports' wero taken
for establishments tdlo during n por
tion of the year 1909, or which began
operation In Hint yenr, mid whose
products, therefore, wero less thnn $000.
The word "establishment" as used
In the Thirteenth Census Is. defined ns
meaning ono or morn factories, mills,
or plans, owned, controlled or operated
by a person, partnership, corporation or
other owner, locuted In the sniiio" town
or city, nnd for wfiieh fjno set of Iiooks
of account In kept.
The reports wero taken for' the cal
endar year ending December 31, 1909,
wherever the system of bookkeeping
permitted flgnren for that period to bo
secured, but In caso tho fiscal yenr of
an establishment differed from thecal
endur year, n report of Its operations
wan obtained for the lineal period fall
ing most largely within 1909.
Th Rate of Incraate.
The summary for tho State shows In
creases In all Iho Items nt the census
of 1909, as compared with that for 190t.
These nro exhibited. III percentage or
der, as follows:
Cadltnl, 90 per cent.; miscellaneous
expenses, 01 per cent.: primary horse
power, C6 per cent.: cost of materials
used, r. 1 per cent.; number of salaried
olllclals and clerks, 48 per ccnt.;'vnlue
of products. 4 per cent.; salurles and
wages, and value added by manufac
ture, 35 per cent ouch.; uverago num
ber of wago earners employed during
the year, 1(1 per cent,; ami number of
Wmk of dividing up tho now lmml
linllon stntlon Into suitable compart
ments, has comt.ienccd. Tin: work Is
being rushed so tiuil everything will
Lo In lendlnesB for tho now lot" ff Im
bilgrnntB In nrriva early In November.
Mr. and Mrs. Kugcno M. Campbell
nro lecclvlng tho congratulations of
their friends upon the birth of n nine
pound daughter early yesterday morn
in,;. Mrs. Campbell nnd tho liltln
pill hro both reported to bo doing
THIS IS THE BEER.
The -.Beer Thai's
To c5uit The Qim&ie
By Lydia E. Plnkham's
OUumwn, Iowa. "For years I wa
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trouble in all its
shooting pains all
over my body, sick
everything that was
horrid. I tried many
doctors in different
5 parts of the. United
Vy States, but Lydia K.
ix Pinkham's VoRcta-
blo Compound has
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I feel It my duty to tell you theso
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you. for my euro." Mrs. llAitnifrr E.
WamPlwi, Girt S. Hansom Street,
Consider This Advice.
No" woman should submit to n surgi.
rnl operation, which maymenndeath,
until iho has given Lydia R. I'lnkhatu's
Vegetable Compound n fair trlnl.
This famous medicine; made' only
from routs and herbs, has for thirty
years prorcd to bo tho most valuable
tonic and iuvlgorator of tho femalo
organism. Women residing in almost
every city and town in tho United
Htates bear willing testimony to tho
wonderful virtue of Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Mm. Plnkhnm, nt Lynn, Musi.,
Invitca nil Hick women to writo
her for advice. Iter ndvlool free,
confidential, andalwuys liciuful.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
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HONOLULU, H. T.
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