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THE PACIFIC COMMEECIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
1910. i o WATERFRONT NEW r J:H n I 9 I mm U Real Estate Bargains ili " 71 steward Dies While Coming Wu-'x of ' art . : . Meet Bride Whom He Wed in New York. , Te: it v iiavin f Castle - Cooke returned, ae- i i.tani.'.i iiy Mrs. Tenm-v ami Miss ! i.ina Tento-v, I he groat sreamshio B ROMANCE UNO -ninrnii r-tin 1 1 r-n r- "'" ctirts.Tene.1 with the name TRAGEDY El HEfiEi;-,,-ifi,r';!;;:!;i:-: i I. Mageo, a Lite1! ;ui Fra m-isco busb j ness ma u was another passenger. He, :s president .if thv San Fratu-iseo rham- ' 1 LRU I Ou the Waikiia-inakai side of the com iio-ree. Tho famous marine arts;. . A. t 'oiater. was also on the list. The iiew pharmacist for the Uni ted stares Marine Hospital arrived. His i F. A. Stump. P. C. Alhertou of the Hawaiian Sugar Factors is home again. Other arrivals were ). II. Swo zey of the United States Experimental s-ra t ion ; If. M. Coke, who was formerly I I GETTING CRIl WIJIIK li Carpenters Shaping Timbers for Pearl Harbor Drydock Excavation. MARINE REPORT. By Merchants' Exchange. Tuesday, October 4. IIUO. fort Gambit Arrived, October 4, schr. Gamble, from Iiio. Seattle Arrived. October 3, S S. Alaskan, from Ilijo. Seattle Sailed. October 4. A. -II S S Virginian, for Honolulu. Mo tm-rev Sailed Oerober 4, S s Santa Rita, for Honolulu. erri'orht! j.rUon t here stands a house, j editor of The Maui Xews; the Missed ), the Fwa end of the railroad -wharf, i 'lara. Carry, Florence an.l Margnrei L' . ... ..i.-..; f .Shinman. who. am llilo i.,.,hJ... fh- V l-herein is temper.: najn - g M . " m, " ' ' ' . eauty who hars from Marseilles, , j Me'L.n;,n of K;iufti; v y AVri-lit ranee, aud from Maine and New York, '. S. A. Mrs. Harrv Award, who was Mits 'ranees I'earl Libbey, is a widow and ie became a widow under pathetic cir .lmstances, for her husband's body ar- ived here in August, she having ar ived on August 1 to meet him and to ive here, he coming for the benefit of his health. Harrv Award was a bait -Chinese, and alt-Hawaiian young man of about -i i liweuty-seveu years, ana seerai vears Jkgo he went to X. w York where he Let Frances I'earl Libbey. It was ap parently a case of love at first sight !nd thev were married, living happily ogetber fur three years, when he went it at sea as a steward aboard the Kats of the Amenean-ttawaiian com- any running between .New lork. and finrzncoaleOS. Finally, the health of Harry Award, I . . -A' .i.J . khose family is nere, loecame aiieeieu ind he deemed it advisable to come loine to Honolulu to stay and recover ht of the Volcano Staples, ITilo : Mr. and Mrs. P.. X. Hartley, who have been en gaged to appear at the Park Theater, and P. T. Rentley. president of th.e Cali fornia Fruit Packing .Association. Three hundred tons of the Wilhel mina freight are for 'Honolulu "and 2.00 tons are for Hilo. Seven automoldles arrived for this port, while Hilo gets six machines. This afternoon at three o'clock the Wilhelmina leaves for Hilo. Lurline for San Francisco. The Matson Navigation steamship Lurline had soeh a largo cargo to take away for the Coast yesterday that it was late in the evening before she man aged to get away. She saibvl at mid night with one thousand tons, of sugar, two thousand tons of molasses in bulk taken aboard at Kahului,. three thousand bunches of ibananas and twenty-four thousand cases of canned pine apples. She took away a number of passengers and carried the mail. Must List Aliens. The latest TJ. S. customs regulation l;a fcorjlth or else to die. He arranged come to Honolulu by way ot 'lehuan- ueeiares: nee. on the line for w-hich he had! n ., 0., rv.,i i ,een working, while he mststed that hs ! 0lltwar(I b,Dd aU,n pasisentrers to foreign por-s must be filed at the ens ( 'arjienters are rapidly shaping tim bers for the crib work to be laid in the basin of the. Pearl Hn"lxr drydock, where the dredger Governor i boring away to a thirty-live-foot depth in the great excavation. The timbers are ar riving fr on the Norl'hweat lii schooners ami the contractor's force is putting them in shape to be bolted into the cribbing. The crib work will be lower ed in sections in the drydock basin, the water pumpe-d out and the cement poured in. The entire work is to be finished in 1012, while the contract for dredging the channel and harbor has yet about a year to ruu, or to be exact, it is to be finished on December 23, 1911, Oeorge Denison, in charge of dredg ing, has five dredging machines busy ou all work. The work on the bar is pro gressing satisfactorily and about seven tfive per cent, has !eeii finished. Wa ipio Point, where, a million yards of material hs to be, " excavated has not been -tackled yet. This will be one of the largest single items in the dredging coutract. f NEXT MAILS. Coast, Orient and Colonial. "Y J RELATIVES MUST BE PERANUM (nie travel m connoit, nuns iiii: m- ed States and take a mail stean:ship Honolulu from San Francisco. She biade the lonely trip by herself and nved here in a mail steamship on kngust 1.8 1 learning upon arrival that Lt hiiaband had not yet arrived, but hat the Xevadan, aboard which he was, bs their approaching Honolulu. When 'the Xevadan docked a few tours after the mail steamship, which ore the 'wife, it was learned that the usband 'had died of consumption on he way' out. Threupon the poor widow was nat urally much upset, landing here in a trange land without friend or relation nd finding that she was a widow, when ihe had expected to go to housekeeping vith her husband and that the delight !ul climate of these Islands would im prove his health. lt was a saa case ana a great un- licultv was encountered by Purser llaley of the Xevadan in breaking the Views to' the young woman letft alone In the world manv thousands or mnes from home. But the brother of the Bceased, William "Award, took his ridowed sister-in-law under his wing nd she is staving in his house until he can get the insurance to raise pioney enough to go home to Xew York. n the meanwhile she is seeing eome hing of Honolulu, though she taTtes lit little interest in this city, under he circumstances. tomhouse ben e clearance of the ves sei will be granted. "These lists must show the .name, age, sex. country of which citizen or subject, race, country of residence be fore coming to the United States, time of last arrival in the United states, last residence in the United States, country of intended future residence, and ocupation shall be shown in re gard to all aliens. "If the alien arrived after the be ginning of the calendar year last end ed, the date of arrival must be desig nated with sufficient accuracy to de termine whether or not the alien has been in the United States for a period of one year. Masters of vessels shall not be granted clearance papers until such lists have been deposited and oath made that they are full and complete. "In order to facilitate the collection and delivery of this information prior to clearance of the vessel, tickets for all 'outward-found passengers should be prepared with detachable coupons containing the questions to be asked and blank spaces for answers. "When selling tickets agents should epiestion aliens aud record answers upon the coupons. Coupons or tickets or both, should have printed on them a warning to agents and purchasers that tickets will not be accepted nor the purchaser be ; allowed to go on board unless answers to the questions have The 'case is but cue of the sad ro- l eon recorded on coupons, and that pur- fcianees ,of the waterfront occasionally! chasers will be required to show tickets a tne gangway in uruer inai coupons may be detached. "Tickets purchased by both aliens and eitizens should contain the coupon herein described. If purchaser claims to be a citizen of the United States, that fact should be stated on the cou pon by designating the United States as the country of which the passenger ... -i i i .i is a citizen, ana sex ana age suoui Government Employes' Families May Still Travel on Transports. oming to light ; Wilhelmina Arrived. Matson 's steamship Wilhelmina ar rived off port at daylight yesterday ml was alongside the wharf at an early bonr with over a hundred calin passen gers and a large miscellaneous freight for Honolulu. Ir. E. E. Marshall of he United States MarineJIospital Ser vice was aboard and he saw to it that 11 the passengers were examined and repared to pass quarantine, before the f hip was off the port. Manager E. D. Only employes of the Hawaiian gov ernment who are traveling on official business may travel on the army trans ports, and if members of families re ceive authority to travel on the troop ships it must be shown that they are bona fide, permanent members of a gov ernment employe's family. Major Gen eral Carter, acting chief of staff of the army, recently issued a paragraph which has been added to the rmy trans port service regulations, as follows: Transportation ou Army transports for members of the families of officers and enlisted men of the Army, Xavy aud Marine Corps, and of employes thereof, of otlice,rs and' employes of the Philippine and Hawaiian civil govern ments, of officers of the war depart ment, of members of congress, and of other officers of the government while traveling on- official business, may be furnished without expense to the Uni ted .Stales when space is available af ter allotment shall have 'been made to all persons traveling under orders, upon the following conditions: 1. In the case of officers, enlisted men, or employes of either the mili tary or naval service upon the certifi cate of a responsible officer that the persons are permanent menubers of the family of an officer or enlisted man on the active list, or of an employe in actual service, and that the trans portation is for the purpose of permit ting such members of the family to join the officer, enlisted man, or employe, koc 9f AL OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES WEATHER BUREAU. Honolulu, Tuesday, October 4, 1910. j lHKh.MO. I t ! 3 - ! t 3 i -t ! ET 'Spiffs I WW D as si - te 5 C s n S a m I t 11 : M w : -.2 i 1902 80 OJ SC 18 S:.-.;2 rC 1904 29. 5; f J 1905 30.04 0 19W 2'H V. ,2 1907 2S.64! .4 18 J.,.i2 j.1 19 SO ;! 1W0 S-j Oi fcj 4ge 3D. 01 62 70 71 7 -, 74 It'. 7t 1 7t . IS; .00 1 .02: 07 T Mi .od; i .CO T ! T i .oi: .03 e 71 74 R2 6S t9 BS 7l KE Nl E SI sw !I SE SB SK SK or to return from the station of the is a citizen, an., sex arm age , offic eli,ted man. or emplove. where also be given; but no o her informa-, , as members ot his family. The application must state the number of journeys by transport thnt have been made by the persons for whom transportation is requested, and if more than one such .-journey has been made within the previous two vears the application will be denied, un less it ibe clearly shown that the jour ney is necessary on account of illness or" important and urgent business. 2. Applications from officers, enlist ed men. or employes of the Xavy or Marine Corps must be made through the navy department; from officers or employes of the Philippine civil gov ernment through the ibureau of insular affairs: from officers or employes of the Hawaiin government through the Gov ernor of Hawaii, and from all other officers through the chiefs of the de- tion need be recorded regarding citi zens." Captain Dunham Sick. Captain Dunham of the big American ship Astral, which arrived at San Fran cisco several days ago from the east coast after a stormy passage, is serious ly ill in a hospital and will probably not go to sea again. For seventy-five days of the Astral 's long voyage from Xew York. Captain Dunham was con fined to his berth from dropsy. The Astral is discharging at Howard-street wharf. The Union Iron Works has secured the job of replacing the top masts which were carried away in the heavy weather encountered by the windjammer on her passage out. It is reported that negotiations which have WM. B. STuCKMAX, diction Director. TIDES, BUN AND MOON. w S - I 0 - ' ' -J r 7! , J : j o i . ta- !." JMii. H.ra 1 ! 4 i- i ; , lf.'j I 5 4.W i ,i . , i f l b.04 1.7 S.vJu.K I .1 . . . ' a" 55 ..V 5.53 5.42 Sets 1 1.42 10 i: V. . . 5.54 5.J 7 82 I'. m. i ''. - li' : M 4 5 54 5.4 s 7 0 5 55 5.3K s. ,5 5 4ll.3v 2.17 f, 55 S.Sr, 9.28 ili! 11 5S- 5 t- $ 55 5 a- 1.-..15 result in the Astral being taken over by The Ala-ka Packers' Association, she is owned by the Standard Oil Com pany. Wireless From Sierra. A wireie-s was received from the Sierra at right p. m. Monday, when j Mie was T'H! miles from the San Fran- been going on Tor some mouths will ( l-artments to which the officers belong. .Wi. light-lip overcat. Tin saloon p:i:-eiiir- teerage inrhuiin 1 s s.r. ir.d the weather was sierra has seventy-six arid thirty in ih" There are oOfMi tons of cargo, six vjtomebiles. She brings Herea f tel sou Na iga hertii at ? li ma instead dock a- has time pas, dent ot ! lie - is i -. 1 -lint Mats..!! ks of a..-.:'. To Use Eureka Dock. t earners of the Mat- ompany 's fleet will j a dock when in Taco- the Alaska-Pacific I r custom lor some jerts, v ho is j-.resi- eomipany ue m s I.i t'io Mr. m. occur ew Moon Uctob, t Z at 10:01 p Ihe tides mt Kahului and HiU o "oat on. hoar earlier than at Hono .Hawaiian standard time i 10 hnn minute, slower than Greenwich time, M lhftat of the median of 157 de blctl ? 1"- The time vrhiitle and ! aole moon are for Ioal time for the group. t.UreiiU lo"K A n or. can- Hawaiian and :.(s are to be merged and th:r t'u- j',.-t that Matson liners w ii! l.se t!;e i;i! i. i -i -. 4 k does aot indi cate an a 'u i -n;i noii. Mr. Roberts ga- no re;:-:i tr t l-e pending change. Shipping Notes. " " Ttark-ntine s r, . Wilder today sails for San Francisco t n nrMahukona. Steamer Ma.ia I,oa arrived yester day morning from Kua and Kau ports. Oil tar.ln'r :?:! Maria arrived yes terday tti! Pott s.m Luis after a trip of ten i;,n-?. Today the i for San F::i-o is I71!l M-'r?i!e. steamer M--.r,-i Kea sailed vesterdav In each case the application must show that the persons tor whom transporta tion is requested are permanent mem bers of the family of the officer, en listed man, or employe: thai the jour- ; uev is necessary for the purpose of per- . mittin'j the persons to join the officer, enlisted man. or employe, or to return from the station of the officer, enlisted Titan, or employe, where they have been living as members of his family, and the 1111 niln r of journeys by transport ', that have l.een made by such persons. If more than one journey has been made within the prev ious two years the ap- ' plication will be denied as provided in the preceding secfi.oi of this paragraph. , morning for Hilo and way ports with volcano and other passengers. The lark Dan mark arrived at T.inn tou on September 2 4. in ballast from j Honolulu, 'lonplet'tig the run from tlml Islands in twenty .lavs. Silo took aj general cargo from l.eith to Honolulu, j On that vovage she was out 140 days. 1 Fighteen years ago the faninark was I at Portland from Copenhagen on her j maiden trip. At that time she was not in comma ml of Captain Neilsen, who; And rew Welch sails :rom the foot of Xuu- Portland on his first trip. She is one nl' tho few windjammers, engag ed iti the offshore trade, built in Pen marl; n,id f (H owned in Copenhagen. Af'er her ballast, consisting of 600 tons .,f rock, has been discharged, the Danmark will be put in shape for the recent ion of a gra in cargo. She is under charter to A. Berg to transport a cargo of wheat from Portland to the I'nited Kingdom. It is announced that 1 sde will be fivi'ii quick dispatch. She I j.robablv will be readv to clear for Oueenstown or Falmouth this week. Mails are due fmm tha 11 I points as follows: '-sfln Francisco Per Sierra, Friday, j Yokohama 1'er Mongolia, Fridav. j Australia Per Makura. Oct. 11. ' ' ictoria Per Marama, Oct. 14. Mails will 'depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Mongolia, Satur day. Yokohama Per Chivo Mara, Oct. 11. Vancouver Per Makura, Oct. 11. SydneyPer Marama, Oct. 14. 1 Ahuna Waikaloa was arrested on a warrant yesterday sworn to by James Lynch, manager of the Bird-Archer Company, charging him with embezzle ment. The complainant alleges that the other walked off with $3. intrusted to him. 2 LOTS AT KAIMUKI on Twelfth avenue, two anl a half blocks from car line, almost at verv crest of hill; view is unexcelled. Price as whole, t00. HOME IN MAKIKI DISTRICT f-.x-room house; three bedrooms, double parlors, dining-room, etc.; electric lights, gas, city water; lot is curbed. Price.. $2900. LARGE ROOMING HOUSE and two cottages in yard; situate near 'to center of city. Price on application. U Trent Trust Co., Ltd. The 66 EVcBlTDCtll 3(D)9? Touring Car or Dcmi-Tonneau $1350 f. o. b. Detroit , . Demi-Tonneau (Detachable Tonneau) Standard Equipment : Oil and Cas Lamps, Generator, Splitdorf Magneto, Horn and Full Set of Tools. Color. Seats. Wheel Base. Gauge..... Tires Brakes Horse Power Cylinders ... Bore Stroke Cooling.. .. .Royal Blue with mahogany and solid brass trim. .Four or five passenger. Rear seat 52 inches wide. .110 inches. .56 inches. .34 x 312 inches. .Two sets, contracting and expanding on rear wheels. .Thirty. Four en Bloc. .4 inches. .4 inches. .Water gear driven pump on same shaft as magneto. Radiator Vertical tube enameled press ed steel shell. Ignition Jump spark, dry battery and magneto. Clutch Improved cone with coil springs. Drive.. Shaft. Transmission Selective sliding gear on rear axle. Ball lock makes it im possible to cross and strip gears. Speed Three forward one reverse. Lock Gear shifting lever can be secured with an ordinary padlock, protecting owner against unauthorized use of car. Ask for a demonstration Mctzgcr Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., DISTRIBUTORS KcBDiizaini Wair2 One of the ideals of the famous potterer and artist. Shapes are largely bowl with an occasional de sign in boulhon cup. Simplicity is the aipha and omega of every Kenzan de sign. The back ground in rich cream to a mist grey is relieved by a dash of color worked into plum blossoms, feathery reeds or a quartet of swallows. Crackle effect is noted in some of the pieces. Sold at Baizaair Noppom) King Street next to the Advertiser Office. TIMELY ADVICE Xevor leave home on a journey at this season of the year without a bottle of Chamberlain 's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Kerned v. is good advice for voting and old. .No one can tell when it may ( TU Vinor eP on m be required. It can not be obtained on j UlJ idUCl THX DASB AD- boar l the cars or steamshij-s. p,Uv it I VEETISINQ AQENOT. FNC 427 Sontk before leaving home. For sale bv all dealers. Ponson. Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii. Main St.. Los Ansreies, and 12 Geary St., San Francisco, whera eontraet foi adrrtitinf can be mad for it.