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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, September 12, 1911, Image 7

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We Jiake fertlliicr or every produot
and put on the market only what has
Men pro von of real value Ivst us
know the purpose or which you want
oil helpx and wo wilt supply toil
Address us
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- Honolulu H T
fbe Famous Tourist Route of the
Ca Connection With the
tralian Steamship Line Tickets
arc Issued
Mountiaij esorts
Tickets to All Points in Japan China
India and Around the World
For Tickets and general information
Apply to
Agents Canadian Australian S S Line
Castle Cooke Co Ltd
Honolulu T E
Ewa Plantation Uo
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Apokaa Sugar Co Ltd
Fulton Iron Works of 8 Louis
Blake Steam Pumps
Westons Contrifugals
Babcoek Wilcox Boilers
Greens Fuel Economizer
Moral Steam Pumps
Matson Navigation Co
Planters Line Shipping Co
Kohala Sugar Go-
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii
SUBPLUS 10000000
H Cooke President
E D Tonney Vice President
P B Damon Cashier
G U Fuller Assistant Casheir
R McCorriston Assistant Cashier
Tenney A Lewis Jr E P Bishop
F W Macfarlane J A McCandless
C H Atherton Geo R Carter F B
Damon F 0 Atherton B A Cooke
Strict attention given to all branches
of Banking
Castle 8l Cooke Co Ltd
Life and Fire
Scaexol Insurance Agents representing
New England Mutual Idle Jnsuruucu
Company of Boston
Aetna Fire Insurance Co
We bavo just accepted the Agency
for the-
Sho Protoctor Underwriters of tna
Phoenix or Hartford
These Jit niio among tho Soil or
Oanor In Ptr rvnncisco
President J A Kennedy of tbo Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company put
in a day while in California in the oil
section watching thousands o barrels
Df oil gush forth from tho now well
of thii Honolulu Consolidated Company
Ho describes iis visit ns being of un
usual interest owing to tho -fact that
just before the new gasber broko out
a British syndicates oiler of many mil
lions for the pjrehasa of the holdings
had boon turned down
It was was a lucky thing for till
those interested in the Cold said Mr
Kennedy for the new gusher is a
wonder I spent a Sunday down there
Tho first week this biggUBher flowed
oouo barrels and then Ucroiued mtil
t reached the neighborhood of 110000
barrels This wns well 10 of section 31
So much sunj camo through tbo
3rt few days that sbo broke loose but
thoy bad it fix ol ngiiln ut the end of
the first week Then tucy saw that
sand was wearing tbo pipes through
again and they made a wooden hood
composed of six inth tlmu4rs and
Homo 12x12 wnJ even then tho mbi
red t trough the tlmbws This well
is ilvftdv al not iBUrmlltwt nuoy
tl hm r
HMVMTAN CA7FHT ill l Mi mill u 1
borne olliclnting Only n iW of tho
mutt intimate fricnds of the brldo and
iTooiii were trroseut
licnutifiil At Clomcnts was mndo yet
more benntiful by the floral decorations
for tlio affair the interior or tlio dain
ty fbnpol being lined with night-blooming
cerous tho display being gorgeous
Mr nnd Mrs Haynca will begin
housekeeping in tho very near luturo
nt Wnikikl
The bride is famous at Waikikl ns an
nil round athlete being a splondid ten
nis pluycr a skillful autoist and ono of
City Attorney Keeps His HandJ
In and Chinaman Is
Saved a Fine
From Saturdays Advortisor
City Attorney Cathcart still manages
to keep his lumd in tho way of having
noljp proscquis entered The latest ono
to his credit or otherwise relates to
the case of Wong Suck Pui The China
man was found guilty by District Ma
gistrate Monsarrat of assault and bat
tery and was sentenced to pay n fine of
10 and costs of 350 lie appealed
to tho circuit court but when tho mat
ter was called before First Judgo
Cornier a nolle prosequi was pntored by
Deputy Brown who represented Cath
cart s office
The facts brought out in tho police
court showed that Wong Suck Pui tried
to throttle Lau Yco Tong and to brain
him with a hammer
Lau Yee Tong swore that in broad
daylight tin July 18 Wong Suck Pui
went to his room on Maunakca streot
in the rear of tho Chinese- theater and
grabbed him by tho throat Wong
Suck Pui had a hammer in his left hand
and Lau Yee Tong tried to ward off
that hand He could not yell becauso
the utber man held his throat so tight
There was a woman ih tho room Two
other Chinamen camo in and separated
the fighters Defendant dropped tho
hammer which was produced in court
Ah Kong and Mrs Tin Woo gavo
corroborative ovidonce as to tho chok
Wong Suck Pui swore that Lau Yco
Tong first attacked him with tho ham
latter Ho then seized him by tho
throat in self defense Ho said ho did
not take the hammer into tho room
Tho fight was over money
Hee Lcong told of seeing defendant
with ono hand on complainants throat
and a hammer in tho other hand
District Magistrate Monsarrat inflict
ed a fine but Wong Suck Pui will not
have to pay it now that a nolle prosequi
hns been entered on appeal
Wants Trial Set
O Oshimo a minor who is suing
through her guarding S Okasaki tho
Hawaiian Electric Company for dam
ages for tho death of lcr father has
filed a motion that tho cause bo pet
for trial Hor nttorneys H S Hum
phreys and D W Burchard have given
notice to Snith Warren Homenway
nnd J W Cathcart the electric com
panys attorneys that thoy will make
the motion before Judge wiutuoy on
Monday nt nine in thqmorning Oka
saki met bis death while paintinu a
house He came ino contact -with livo
wires nnd was electrocuted It is claim
cdmn behalf of bis minor dnughtcrithat
tne wires were- negligently placed uy
the Hawaiian Electric- Company
Files Annual Account
Cecil Brown trusteo of tho estate
of George E Boardman deceased has
nieu nis fceventli annual report of re
ceipts nndoiBbursements for tho period
ended August 31 last and asks that
they mny tie examined and unproved
The receipts woro 101075 disburse
ments 04199 leaving a balance tin
hand of 8134 The actual expenses of
administering theestato were 30109
The balance of 57730 was remitted to
Mrs Louise K Dods of Salt Lnkg City
mo nenenciary under tne will
William O Irwins lawyers Thomp
son Wilder Watson Lymer havo filed
notice of the discontinuance of their
client s action ncainst Sui Hoy Look
Hock doing business bb Kwong Yet
Flint Enters Denial
Harry T FJint admits he was mar
ried to Susan IC Flint but he donios
every other allegation in his wifes
libel for divorce Ho has retained Leon
M Straus to fight tho suit
Mary Fernandez -was granted a di
vorce from Joseph Fernandez by Judge
W J Robinson- yesterday on tho
ground of extreme cruelty She is al
lowed to resume her maiden name of
iaiing up jixnimts
Exhibits weroLplled up nt a great rato
in the Labaina land coso which is being
heard before Judgo W J Robinson sit
ting ni a court of land registration-
Deputy Attornoy Cfcnoral Smith already
ban put in about sixty exhibits and has
some mora to come The eatiro day
was deotcd to tho matter yesterday
nnd Clerk M T Slmonton exhaustod
the alphabet twice in marking the ex
hibits and is going down the letters a
third time
Tax Assessor A W Necly nnd
Charles Merrlom registrar of convoy
uneec gave vvidenro in Judge W L
Whitneys court yesterday in the ease
of Kulmnttu Lnamoa versus Solomon
Mulicjvnri suit to quiet title to laud
oa Wulnllofdlo road Itlcliard Lane Bd
Jural nullke of the board of health
nnd Ihnry Kspols etmrk for KhUrs
i hm wr MbpoMBd
his mind beforo answering the attor
Bepalrs Hade
Odo was recalled for further testi
mony as to wpars he had made ou
tbo boats of Miller Snlvago Company
after tho Chiof had been iloatcJ His
testimony was to the effect that he
had performed such repairs for which
he had received the sum of 591
Would Become Citizen
With tho exception of this case thero
was nothing on tho calendar of tho
posed to bo Implicated
Mix Wurrra Mllh the keeellfel
men rMfnrnl ImtfuH wtxt taw bee
lllnf at the MMna llrtJ tot toe nM
year is wm Mi ivm JaaaCteeewii
llaya hnviM bwe ft 1flWe Kut
Wedamrfay Mr Hayee It ennfterted
with la Prtftfte Onmmwlal jatile Com
panjr and bus ln with the Honolulu
afflee for owt tenths lie is nn Keg
Itshmitti a native of Gibraltar
Tbe wedding of these two well known
voting people look plnco In St Clements
on Wednesday evening September 0 at
half past nine oteloek Iter John Us-
tho lest girl swimmers tbnt ever dived places where sho has been n guest her
from the Mniitm pier Alohg tho Call 1 skll n n swimmer hns also mado hor
fornia const nt the vnrious watering widely known
Federal Grand Jurymen Take Man Hunted for Here Found to
Some Birdseye Views of Those
Who Savey Dope
From Saturdays Advertiser
nnlM l nl - t
Be -Under Arrest on
- Kauai
O fc 1D UUUI
Warning fUnUhmont Given Wal
nlua Saloon Man MoTltjho
Saloon Must Close Soon
limr days suspension starting with
this morning wn the sentence meted
nut liv the liquor license commissioners
to J P Madeira of Wnlnlua nt tho
meeting held in tho scnlito chamber yes
terday afternoon For the first time in
several months a full board was pres
ent and tho action was unanimous Tho
olTonse wns selling liquor on credit to
bo consumed on tlio premises
Tho honrd also decided to clvo notice
to the executrix of tho MoTigho est n to
to wind up tho mntter of tho McTigho
snloon fifteen days after tho expiration
of tho six months tiuio of tho publlo
notlco to creditors
Mr Madciros was presont nt tho
meeting to show enuso why his liconso
Bhould not bo rovoked Attorney E 0
Peters apponrcd with him and told tho
bonrd of tho circumstances of tho sslo
of liquor consumed on tho promises the
sunt for which was charged up against
n enstomor Tlio violation was frooly
admitted but tho wny In which it camo
about wns axplalnod A customer was
given credit for six drinks Mr Peters
explained that tho man didnt say ho
had no money until after the drinks
had been swnllowod
Had tho Liquor In Him
I Having tho liquor in him tho only
things Madciros could do woro either
to absolutely wipe sooro out or
charge tho amount said tho nttoruoy
Tomorrow the special police staff will ll0 collected later nnd thereby yiolatod
tho regulations Mr Inters sold it was
renew tl - of one of its old
uu UUU 7 MndeircaiJapanrsowhohadsorvodtho
two witnesses on tho stand yestprday friends n Korean who goes by tho Ujnks nml ho dccinreJ Jlls 6Ucnt wns
in tho Celtic Chief hearing and after nneso name of Ishi nnd who has bocomo 0t in the hnbit of breaking tho Inw in
thoy wero through tiro court adjourned jnoiorious in Honolulu during tho past this wny
until Monday morninc i Jctr Ho Is boing brought back from lllu anornoy ciiumcu xiini xuauoiroa
Many hypothetical
-warn Jvtiuni to luce n litilt uozen cmirgos or ---------- - --
nnii una initen an nams dossuho to com
Celtic Ch of and what certain s tne same gentleman who was viomtlons uut no said it a
tions would bring forth in case of lin3s TiPPeA 1L Lv irate Korean on tlio narJBflrlTt3Tr
parting etc In all his answers to t ttat Japan annexed Krca It 73- so m
was deliberate forming thc replies in as tlcu e11 tIlt au xvas ano0llt jrndelros that tho mombors -had
aw j or uupau us hu iwm umoujjiuu vlsitod ills plnce nna told HJm that if
Jtpuiu su coHtimiully Although thu he did business in the wny ho was
Woind would haVe killed nn ortlinary icd bo would bo caught
Commissioner C II Cookp moved
lshi recovered
man and at once entered
i i 1 i that Ins license bo suspendod for a
Li V 1 fi t0 a 88 week Ho said tho fact that the credit
n tu
mQ iBktJ was Kvon by tho Japanese did not
His latest n m has
enterprise they say f fc h ml h f u th t u
Leen to pose as a representative of a t r
crg be9 ea 0 tho
wore doing
local machineflrm in which
sowiug tMn Mnddro had been
guise he hat been going around solicit- T
h to b Tho bo
fng orders and taking down tho first in cnof cSh
oua oxtremo but
never more tp to
tltcrq should bo besides
that particular purchaser something a
After dolnir tbo citv rather Minr P1
oughly he is suid t6 havogono to Wa Modorate Ponalty
fodcral co jrt yesterday ono petition
for naturalization being filed with
Clerk Murphy Henry Bjernian Jr bo
ing the man who wishosto becomo nn
Amorican citizen and cnouncu his al
legiance to tho German emperor Ho
was born in Hanover Germany in 1879
uui vvus uiuugub iu xiuuuiuiu uy uia
has resided hero o cr since He is nn
engineer employed by Hawaiian Elec
tric Company
Qrattg Jury in Session
hiawa where he had considorablo sue- Cbnirman Brown did not think a
coas The police have peeu looking for wooks suspension would bo a scvero
him bore for three weeks but have penalty Ho said tho commissioners
never been successful in finding him must lot tho licensees know tbnt viola
Jast week Chief McDuflic mudo a tions of tho law will bo followed by
cinl trip to tbo pineapple country to penalties Ho did not bellovo in boing
locate him but it seems that bo had al- hard unless tho circumstances justified
ready hied himself to ICuuni lit but he looked upop Mr Cookos
Last week one of tho Kauai officers motion as really moderate
brought down another Korean who was Commissioner Craig thought a sus
what the polico call a Uead ringer to ponsiou of three dhys would merit tho
isi that is ho resembled him so closo lease Thoy had punished a licensoo a
ulce w Know wecic lor a muclrsovoror offense
Tlio corridors in front of tho offices Jji ie thought that thoy hud nt lastj Commissioner Soronson was infnvor
of tho district attonTov wero orowoW irnt tIlcir ids on tho troublesome
with Chinese yesterday and in tho forca J Vcn tlie ur0 B across
grand jury room that body was in to nbdomen vns present
sion looking into op urn matters in f K tl10 nquines attendant upon
which a number of Celestials aro 7 J i iiuru was an-
v w ii ibuu 111 jjiiiuu iliq
Breckons in shirt skovos was a busy hotoKrnI1 Idiiccd nnd this ch
man putting tho different witnessed LTm0n i ftVJ fo bo T
througli a strenuous cros examinutiou t laf 5 di1ntLk5tt w - er
bodv but thero were nmnv who wen
nol called at the time the jury suspend
od its duties at four in tlio afternoon
An all day session was hold by the
jury yesterday and thr labors will be
resumed for- tho completion of their
investigations and repoit may bo made
tho first of tho week although no def
inite assurance of such a report can
be obtained
It is expected that a partial repoit
at least will bo made lv the grand
jury on Monday or Tuesday although
It mny not come until later lutne
Thero will bo no more naturalization
proceedings until the Inst Saturday in
this month when ihonure several to
be beard by Judgo demons
October Important
For tho remainder of September
thero will bo but fow cases Ironrd by
the federal judgo almost everything
boing over to tho October term when
tboro will bo much dding for tbe entire
Judge Dole js expected buck short
ly nnd ho wUl hear tho Mahaku site
coso next month which proceedings
will be tho most intorestingt from
many standpoints of anything which
Is to conra before tbo court during tho
month of October
GENOA Italy September D A
theater ia courso of erection collnpd
yostorday burying forty four workmen
in tho rums Up to last night tho
bpdies of elovon dead men bail been
recovered whllo sixteen of tho injarod
hud been reached and removed to tho
hospitals Rescuers Aro removing toe
debris in tlio bopo of saving tbo lives
of tbotts buried but not yot dead
SBAGlltTNew Jersey September 8
1 - - - -- u u
ascertain tho fact when ho wont back
He did so and found tho hinrk send
niK down word to that effect An nf
ficer of the specinl staff went up yos
torday after him
ishi is charged on Kauni with steal
ing a horse and buggy belonging to n
Ono of Secretary H P AVoods lat
est moves to gain publicity for the Is
lands is gaining ground nnd many of
tlie largq newspapers of tho country
havo written to him that they will bo
glnd to take tho committcos1 copy
011 things Hawaiian
Tho Portland Oregonlan last Sunday
coininoncod a scries of lllustratod
storjos on tlie Islands M II do
Young proprietor of the San Francisco
Chroniclo wroto that his paper will
do all it can by advunco notico nnd
otherwise to draw attontion of its road
ors to tho FJornl Parade ulo states it
is too far ahead for him to decide
whether be will sond any one bcro to
write up the affair but ho ndds you
muy depend upon having nn adequate
description -of this festival
V F Wiley nmnuging editor of tho
Cincinnati Enquirer thanks oho com
mitteo fur inviting bis papor to cnd
11 representative for the Floral Parade
but bo was unable- nt this time to
stato whether or not a representative
of the Enquirer will bo present but
the mntter will receive duo considera
8 Stanton mannging editor of the
Son Francisco Examiner also stutos
that nt this time ho is unablo to stato
whether a representative can bo sent
hero but meanwhile the Exnininor will
bo glnd to print all articles furnished
by tbo committee
The annual Dryden trophy rtflo mntcli1App MIIRntTRCD 10
was concluded bere today and Twalted Wlht MUHUtritR JS
In a victory for tho Ohio Btute team
whlnh scored 1000 New York was sec
ond with 1003
PAZO OINTMENT U nuanuiteed
to cure any com of Itching illind
Needing or Protruding Piles in 6 U
14 day or money refund- Made Uy
PAU18 MIDIClNi CO Salut Lout
U a o A
Virginia 6cptembor 8 Henry Cluy
Iltmttlc ouarged with tlio murJr nf
hi wife by snooting her nt night with
a liQtun while riillng in an tijloilio
blla wttll Iter was toduv aonvletud of
murJer in the flrsi dyre IlMtiie li
of a pennlty being imposed but did not
caro so much whether it was n week or
threo days FiimJJy it wns decidod to
make it four lays -
Tiio McTigho matter was brought up
by Commissioner Cooko and all tlio
commissioners agreed thnt action must
bo taken on tho siibjoct spcodjly Tho
aipon running illegally now Having
uoioro tno inemocrs 01 tne inqwsioimi h S V Iccnse uio lonrl lias allowed tlis
to proceed ponding tho settlement of
tho estate but is not disposed to wait
O Bosa JJenled
Alfred O Rosa was called boforo tho
1 onrd to show why his license Bhould
not bo revoked ir suspended for soil
ing liquor without hopping n complete
record of tho salo in violation of regu
lation fourteen He is accused of have
ing sold n hacknmn n flVo gallon demi
john of wino nnd not having entered
up tne transaction propurly 110 en
tered n denial nnd ns tho hackman wns
not on hand tho matter wns deferred
Manager Buckley of Peacock Co
enetrcd nn objection to tho rulo which
roquiree thnt a person who buys ono
bottle of liquor from a wholesaler must
give bis name Ho said tho ruie did
not apply to saloons nnd was unfair
Ho said much trouble had been caused
by tho rule as pcoplo who went into
tho wholcsnlo houses to buy but ono
bottle sny for medicinal or cooking
purposes strenuously objected to being
obliged to give their names They
thought it was a polico regulation or
something of tbo sort
Chairman Rrown stnted that tho mat
ter would bo taken up It will prob
ably bo mndo so that those who buy
over threo bottles at one time will kuvo
to glvo tholr names
Twenty two hundred men paid off in
a forenoon is tbo feat accomplished by
Cant E H -Cooke paymaator U 8 A
Friday 1 morning at Lollohun when tho
military organizations at thut post re
ceived their wclcoino monthly envel
opes It was found by the paymaster
that greater conwnlence could be ob
tained by establishing bit tomponiry
bank for payment of tho troops of the
various aubgarrisons at ono uvnllubld
post and receiving nt thnt plnce nil nil
listed men from each organization
This plan was tried this month and
worked so smoothly and satisfactorily
thut hereafter Captain Cooke will have
bis pay depot ut tUg largo bop room
in tbo Fifth Cavalry garrison
mi 1 n
The uniform sum that 1ms attend
ed the use of Chamberlains Colic Choi
era nnd Diarrhoea Remedy lias mado it
a faverlte everywhere It en always
- 1
isle uy tn
Mllrged to have bo in lore with a be ilermnded wiwm Per
young Klrl JiuUh lilnfei J who kii a deslere Hiion galth k Co
WDM at the trtel fvt jiawli
ntnii mm
More Pupils and Tonohors Ready
Loonl History
From Sundays Advortuer
When tlio publlo schools open oa
Monday week thero will bo mora pupils
In nttondnneo and consequently mora
teachers employed than nt any previous
lime in tho history of tho Territory
according to n statement made by Wil
lis T Pope superintendent of public
instruction yesterday Mr Tope ap
pointed sovornl now tenchorn to schools
yestordny and says tliero aro only a fo
vacancies left most of which will un
doubtedly bo filled boforo tho school
form stnrts Tlio numbor of teachers
now enrolled is about GOO while tho
pupils mmibor ovor 0000
Tho indications for tho coming
school yenr nro very bright declared
Mr Pope Wo liavo a good corps of
teachers Most of thorn aro hero nnd
a great many already have gone to the
localities to which thoy wero as
Now Salary -Regulations
Tho now regulations of tho depart
ment of instruction have just coma into
forco and involve a now salary scale
for teachers which places the peda
gogues on n much better basis than
before Tho syflo for assistant teach
ers rises yearly from 000 to 1000
tho hitter sum boing reached In tho
tenth year Tho salary schcdulo for
principals is graded ns to tho number of
assistants beginning ns low as 780
whornjthe principal lias but ono nssist
nnt and rising to 2400 whore thcro
nro over ten assistants
It is provided that no increases in
teachers salnncs mny bo mudo oxcept
asked Captain Piltz in regard to the embezzlement mid also laces larceny t tll0
v wUl t0 nv 0 know tUnt Ul0 becinnlllr ol oacIl bc1ioo1 ycar
positions of tho boats towing on tho charges on the Garden Island j board bounl to take cognizance of ompetont toncliors in undcstrablo lo-
mer which ho said belonged to tlio parents in th0 bark Ioiani in 38S2 and
cations mny bo paid above schedule
Nornmltriiniiig mid high school teach
ers not in charge of departments will
be paid 900 tlio first yonr rising to
1200 tiio maximum salnry in fivo
Monthly Salaries
Regular touchers ia high schools sad
tho normal school aro paid 1000 for
tho first year second nnd third years
1200 fourth to tenth yoara inclusive
1500 after ton years 1800 Thcso
teachers aro considered as directors tit
departments Tho principals of tho
high schools and tho normal school re
ceive 2400 per year after tea years
The salaries of supervising principals
vico principals special teachers and
teachers ia tho Bpoelal schools -will bo
determined from1 timo to timo by the
department of public instruction ac
cording to tho duties roquirod Tho
salaries nro paid in twolvo monthly in
stnlmcuts although tho work of the
school room is accomplished in ton
School land matters havo engaged
Mr Popos attention n eood deal of
Into Throughout tho Torritory tho 155
hcIiooIs occupy what aro known as
school ipts avoruging from ono to live
acres Up to last year tho department
possessed n good deal of other land not
occupied ns school land from which it
obtained Tcntuls By tho change in the
brgnnic act f last ycar all unoccupied
lands were placed undor tho dopartmont
of Innds
School Lands
Tho department wns told to mnko
application for tho lands it needed far
school purposes nnd a list has now been
got out togothor -with sketches of tho
various plots This is called a land
book Horcnftpr ivhonevor tho depart
ment needs lands for schools it will
npply to the land ofilco to havo -it sot
apart or purchased
Whcrovor n school lot is less than
two acres the dopartmont is asking
that if posslblo it bo increased to that
size and in many cases it asks oven
more Some schools are occupying as
much ns seven acres and find good use
for tlio entire amount
lor example n Great many of tho
schools in tho outlying districts have
school gardens and orchards and space
is necueu ror tncso
Onliu Collego bus just received a
imndsomo statue of Saint George as x
gift from Mrs Hans lsenborg ofKnuaL
It is a rcplicu of tho famous ono by
IJoiuitcllo in tho Hurgello Florence It
has been placed in Cooko Library
where it urtistlc quality and unique
material are attracting much nttention
Tbo term cottn of which it is made
brings out tho lights and shadows most
Tiio marble rloek which wns given
by tho class of 1011 1b now in place
in Cooko Lilirary where it makes a
vnluablo addition to tho equipment
Mauua Koa Loses Blado
From Sundays Advertiser1
Just boforo entering tho harbor of
Honolulu yostorday morning on hor re
turn trip fronrUHIo tho Mnuna Keu
lost a propeller liludo but vessel
camo Into her slip witbdut difficulty
Tiio blado snapped off and it is not
knowu exactly how tbe accident hap
pened It is believed that tho blado
nrurk n log or u submerged obstacle
tlonting off tlio entrance to the harbor
Tho Mauna Koa will be phicod on
tho marine railway and fitted wjth a
now blade and will probably bo rondy
to leave for Kilo again on Tuesday as
usual The Muunn Kca Si passenger list
win unusually lurgu There wore
Plucog of chin timber in tier eargo
Purser Phillip reports tho following
slgNr on Hawaii Hwaltlng shipment
Olna 8HSI0 Walnkea 30000 Hawaii
Mill 3000 Welmtku 100 Oeemea 10
4N PNkM fljun l0nmn 0000 lli
tigesli kelsu Po00 taupekeekee SiQn and
U44i 15111 twai

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