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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES, HONOLULU, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1910.
nd 850.00 200.00 450.00 100.00 800.00 400.00 350.00 150.00 150.00 250.00 125.00 000.00 , two 500.00 dw on TING. I Limited. V hat the reg the share- Ltd., will be company it Say, October iroETH, TABLE lahuku ul 3:20 p. II and Wy :15 a. , 3:20 p. 1:15 p. a. a 10:20 1 11:15 p. huku, Wai ,. m.. '5:11 v& Mill aai 8:36 a. '4:26 p. ahiawa p. m., o:U a two-lw ;s honowd), lay at 8;3i n Honolnh I stopi oa& se outward Pearl City nnday Only SMITH, . G. P. iE TABLE OAT. d . 1:00P i- . 2:45 . 11:58 AJt ?H:0OAJf 1:30 P- 2:15 P 3:00 P 9:15 he 2:20 f the eitJ " r 1. 190 NI d. I 1NSPH Oil S LOVERS' SHIP 'Strange Fate Hangs Over U. S. Vessel Everybody Gets Married. levels and short stories, epl Books, novels aim 1 ,.l treatises Lave been written terns ob the i? svcho'"gv ot the sea. ana now it is that those se3 in ships are fcnUS. hut th'Te, i wiio go a own to the more or loss supersti- if no euper-ti:iou about the United States transport I'ix which arrived here yesterday morning from Manila, in the Philippines, and from Miike. in Japan. The fact is that every body on the Pis is en her married, or zoinc to get married, or wants to be earned. From ail oilicial accounts it would appear that Cupol is the Helms man. Love ?rt of ru. model animal transj ! tne tate ot tne cit of the univorse. Relative to the as: assertion it is ger- jaane to reniark ttiat tne 1'ix is tne model animal transport ot tne universe. Some vessel has to be the model and yhv shmild it not be the Dix.' There is talk about other vessels of the trans port services of various countries being tbe model in this line, but the ix in manv years of serviee has proved her self 'to" ho the very best in her line. She has the reputation of losing less ; nimals in transit than auv other ves-: el of her class m tne worm, ana a rei- i i . . i . erence to the newspaper files will prove he claim that is made. IneidentalJv, thouTh it has not been as well noticed -.. u. .n;m! pn.t of thp crame. tlit as the animal end of the game, the Dix also en.iovs the enviable reputation , of bein the neatest coal carrier of anv ' vessel in thc T nite i States service. She takes horses and mules troin the L nited States to the Philippines and then, on the way back, she brings coal for the transport service to Honolulu and fills her own bunkers, and yet she invaria bly manages to keep clean. She never comes into port with a speck of dir; on her decks or a smudge of soot on ler funnels. How she manages to do it can be found out only by reference , to the officers of the vessel who take a great pride in making her the cleanest coal and animal carrier in the Pacific Ocean, or in the world, for that matter. ' The Dix arrived yesterday morning, docking at naval wharf number 1 at 8:45 o'cloek and she will be here .any where between a week and ten or eleven davs, according to the amount Of coal she has to discharge here. She t took aboard about eight thousand toi local omen or the united RATES WEATHER BUREAU. Honolulu, Sunday, October 9, 1910. THIKHO WIND X 3 a 9 siiei r 9 i S: p I ill IIW 29 W, 54 71 7s 0) 3 H s E I ! ! : i UOI 98! 82 72 IT j tt 7C 5 "E MB jk C2, 52 70 7S ! Of. 65 S kw i ' ! ' ; 1901 .0S, 80 71 78 ! T 70 5 KE ! iii j ISM '.Mj 71 I 7o .0? S 8 NB i tJ5 29.88, 81 ' 72 I 7tS ! Jl 66 S hi j W Jisj 5S ; 72 1 78 I .0 sO l st ; 1807 28.1,7, ,4( ;2 ; 7s j a 67 1 we j tec 29 t ii to 74 ' .ot 70 S ne 1M a w s0 ' 70 ; 7t. .Co' li 7 0 iCJT, H I ;i 78 T I 66 6 kr eW)00j 62 llT'll? 02l 2 T; i j ' ; i : i 1 XE. anj SV. WAL B. STuCKVAX, Section DireeUr. " TIDES. SUN AND MOON. . 2 - h 1- 2. X ! . S- a j M a; is.: - - S:s c Of b at ' t e it tn. p.m. p.m. p.m.; -seis 10, 8.4.J 1.6, 8.45 ..... rt 2: 5.55.Wn.ttf ! 3 1.6 U 25 i2'le.S5' l.fi! J ' A-m lo 11 Mi 1.6 0 S5 Pin.! i 14('2.5. 1.6 1.12 1" l- ' 1.5' 1 45 a.m 1 , i C.SS I Cf 5.S8 5. !tf, 6.50 3.0i 5.55.a5 Q.02 i I I : 7.10 iM 5 57 1 fO C ! i 7.3K. 6.U 5 57 5.33 2.0o ivtcj 7.115 5 50 5.32 3,il 1 2 a j.e 2 iJ h 32' s 12 5 3-' 4.fc First juarter of the moon October 13. 116 tides t ifov,,.!,,. j 0:1. - L ' "u'UUl KUU XlllO out one hour earlier than at Hono- occur Hawaiian standard time ii 10 hours w minutea slower than Greenwich time, Wing that of the meridian of 157 de rees 30 minutes. The time whLitle at 1:30 p. m., which is the sam - "wnynch 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun tnd moon are for local time for hoi tre group. HETEOIOLOQICAL RECORD. tmed Every Sail(jav Morning by the V111CH. Ii, -( Wpfhr Rnro.n ttede7or1?me?er rdinR r eor' mN I tempprature, instrumental to J, ywai gravity, and reduced in a..! Are'p-Ce cloudiness Btated wind ? m 0 t0 0- Diction of bonr. ! 5-"erage velocity ; miie, peT il g 8t 8 p' m' Velocity of Prvailmg direction duriDg 24 I THERM. J J WISP I - x L- I - - 5 . 5 i : ? 1 8 i .S3- !1M 5 rs Si !;,:". -rlLLJ! iTLN Kl57o u RFRONT i "t cf-a ;n MiiKe, but whether sue dis-' 4yu) of it here, or more, re- charges i;ains t. be determine.! hv nr,lpr io ii she has not vet received. If she discharges only the 4S00 tons she will get oat for Seattle in six or seven days. If she has to discharge everything "in the way of coal except what" is neces sarv to her own operation from her tn .attlo and return to Manila, then she w:!l be tn port ten or eleven days. She will begin to discharge her freight the tirst thing this morning Master Is a Grandfather. Captain Ankers is master of Anders is master of the r trans-port Iix. Ankers is a man of sis- ty-two yeius oi age, although he looks ; to be about ten vears rounder. It is . ..r ..., V . x, '"'"ra.uj; iu mue mat ue lias recently income a granurutner, tne nrst time lie 1 i , .. . has ever teen a grandfather. Ills sou in California, who is a member of the firm of Haas Brothers, wholesale gro cers, has within two months last past become the proud father of a bouncing gir!. Captain Ankers is just as proud of the baby as is the father. To re: urn : i the fact that the trans- port Iix : lovers' boat, it must be, -ii'l i i.. linu a I J acfl.ll 11U1CS UL lo.i)ey;noon couples aboard the Dix this trip, isar is, tne iaaies tney expect to marry are up in Seattle, while the , pro-pectle bridegrooms are aboard the1 I'ix. Hence the situation of there be- in many halves of honeymoon, (board the ship. in.rd Assistant Engineer Jones and ' met s ewaiil l atterson dot ti liave sweethearts awaiting them in Seattle. Kefrigerat:r.g Engineer Smith is still with the ship. Chief Engineer Har- rover. who- taniuy is in lrgiina, lias recently paid a visit home. He is a married man and a farmer as well as a follower of the sea. Away back in Virginia he has a splendid farm and is omt. n r.i.r - n i ; t r rviwcnccin.r t na nnncr -i-" i 's .."w-., u.,..!... , UlX "t -a the southern Stat i First Ofnc-r LeSaek, who is r to as the old-time pirate, in affec ' terms bv the lest of the crew, is if nouiiieiu oiaies. reierrea etionate terms by tr.e test or tne crew, is an oht tinier in tio-se waters. They say that e is the man that gave up his state- lulluli " vue vvMiuu, n i u Kaua oi tuese lsianus wnen tuev a oi tuese islands when tuev were luled by monarchy. Captain Ankers himself knows these waters like a spellingbook. He was aboard the S. S. City of New York of the Pacific Mail company which ran between Australia and the Cnited States In 177. Doctor Feiguson is still the ship's physician, having been with the Dix for seven vear Ithougu he has recent lv taken a leave of absence Third Assistant Engineer Foshee is contemplating holy wedlock, being lone- ston, w. L. Waldo, Geo. B. McClellan. ly and almost melancholy for want of c. W. Miller. Mr. Hodson, L. E. Wal a' soul mate. . . : ' lace. Miss Miller. W. II. Findley. Mrs. Second OL'icer Crangle, ,w hen ho gets to Seattle, will likely enter the state of wedded bliss. - First A?s, stunt Engineer Smith, who marred, contemplates adopting a uoy. o it may iv cieariv seeu iiiai the Dix h, much inclined to be steered bv Pan- lt may be icatked that the officers of the D;x are sentimeutally an. 1 somewhat religiously inclined, for last night, be ing the evening of Sunday, they held a sacred coert on the.staVboard side of the deck Wjfh a phonograph, the as sembled 5 ofiicers listening to sacred selection. 5 - A.-H. and P. M. Clash. SAX FR.AXCiSCO, Sede'iiber 21.- A sharp fie ht for the export tra 1 of San Franciseo to European points has broken out between the Pacific .Mail and American-Hawaiian steamship com- n.'iiiies'. New rate sheets sent out nv 8 the Pacific Mail reveal a substantial I cut below the schedule of the American- Hawaiian. For the last two years the American-Hawaiian has been enjoying the bulk of the business. The Pacific, Mail's slash in rates has brought it the lion's share of the business and its boats are sailing with h'-avy cargoes for European points Th1 move on the part of the Schwerin company is regarded as part of its plan to iiet ahead of the service which Bates Chex.-rrorgii will estaoiisti on cio- her cut. 1. bu' X -i1 have the rates been a sixtv-i: ay service is promised between h and Hamburg in connec tion with the lines sailing from (olon. The law billing includes all import ant si ipping centers of Europe, snob as London. Hamburg. Constantinople, Copenhagen, Liverpool, Bremen. Ant- j werp and Pars. 1 Ln-b r tliese new rates quantities of J California fruit products have begun 1 to move. (aimed goods, dried fruits; and other articles of California produo- j ti.m a'e finding an easier market than j fo- imnr vears nasf. fi. .. t' . .', 1..., -..f., .r.r nn iristnnee t lie iji'ti'i",! j . 1 ' - of the size of the Pacific Mail cut. j Heretofore the business has been mov- , ing by the American-Hawaiian boats j via Tehuantepec on the quoted tariff of shilling" 4 lence per long ton of I 224H pound-." The Pacific Mail has put j out n rate of 15 shillings tlat. For ; -1 , . 1 1 ... . ..... ii.. ! le- tiian cMrUaa lor tne meriea a 1 1 a .;;. .. hns maintained a rate of M shil lings 4 pero-i to carrv a m , The Pacific Mail offers irmum of 2-" cases at the f. sliiiii g r:ie. iTolon rate inaugrated by the T!ie Paciri, mo"ev I Mail, figured in American amount- to pi.n per long ton. I The t la-i-.r ! iu -.h- vltY to New York p--r long; Ton to s-s pc The size of the cut I. on, loii schedule may thus be realized To li:,n i irg the same slash has been made. To i "oi.. Tihagen the Pacific Mai h.a- :-.r :n' a rate or - snaims r r.enee. a- ajaii'.st tto shillings P"' pence of the Ani.-i i 1 r: -1 1 aw Milan. 10 omimm- j hediile has been lowered! ;inoj'!e he sc bv The Pai-fi .Man to n- siminig- - pence. -1 pence fi ian. T- ore '! tne . menca m-i i i i- Al-xandria the Pacific Mail i -:ri!r to f.4 shilling S pence. . , .... .: tt.i : ! has enr r nenee fiirnre a ga i nsf lings or the Amen an-Hawaiian. The Kosu; i- nne has kept its mtes ... !-..i hr. mcrican-llawai- ian ' It Is believed that these two lines will T:'f'T-are in some way to meet the -iii'.t:on In a few davs Bates & Chesf- bro-igh win inaugurate their dispatch -ervice ;i'.' T-thmus of Panama and : II , '.1 ri habibfv become an mi- t-tar.' factor in tne rate war. Survey Cutter Coming Here. ding to advices from the C'oasr. NEWS r NEXT MAILS. Coast, Orient and Colonial. J Mails are due from the following points as follows: an Francisco Per Chivo Mam, tomor- I rnw- Yokohama Per Tenvo Maru, Oct. 13. --vusrrana rer .Uakura. tomorrow. Victoria Per Marama, Oct 14. Mails -will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Tenvo Main. Octo ber I.". Y,,l.-, p- r-i.; -r.,, ; - . ivu.unu... ooo n : oi .uahiiia, tomorrow. O . . r i r i . . . ,"-.vuucv rer Aiarama, uei. ! PORT OF HONOLULU. ARRIVED. Sundav, October 0. M. X. S. S. Wiihelmina, from Hilo, a. in. IL s. A. T. Di, Ankers, from Manila via AlillrP -TTnnn j: str. Likelike, iroir Xapoopoo, S:."i) i. m. Sir. Wailele, from Makena. 0:3-" u. r.i. str. Mikahala. fiom Maui and Molo ai ports, a. m. Str. Kinau, from Kauai ports, i. m. DEPARTED. P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for San Fran cisco, 10 a. ni. DUE TOMORROW. T. K. K. S. S. Chivo Maru. from San Irancisco (two days late). C.-A. S. S. Makura, from Sydney via Suva. SAIL WEDNESDAY. O. S. S. Sierra, for San Francisco. w a m I S S W ho m na fir San Pmh. Cisco, 10 a. m. PASSENGERS Departed. Per P. M. S. s. Mongolia, for San j Francisco. October ft Alice Macfar-I lane. Mr. and Mrs. Maofarlane, W. 11. j Friedly. Emil P.erndt, V. Waterhouse, Mrs. A. H. Waterhouse. Tsok Kai Tse, Mrs. and Miss Angus. Paul Withington, ! A. V. Perelstrous, W. P. Stevens. L. j Stevens, Mrs. L. Henriques and Miss: Henrirpies. Samuel King, E. Kopke, I Midshipman S. V. King, U. S. X. Booked to Depart. I Per O. S. S. Sierra for San Francisco I October 12 Mr. and Mrs. X. E. Gedge, I II. A. Lee. Miss L. G. Johnson, Mr. and j Mrs. J. J. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. C. L. Zehrinsr. X. Scharlin. Miss X. B. Win c. . Waterman, S. Scully, II. T. Moore, , Miss F. Kellv, Miss V. Kellv, Miss I. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Lysle, Mrs. F. B. Haight and daughter. II. II. Scovel, W. W. Mackey, Mrs. II. L. Hilton, Mrs. v . a. oaiuuei, iiui nuiugiuu, Jones. VESSELS IN PORT. (Army and Navy.-) Dix. I. S. A. T.. from Manila, Oct. 9. Kukui, U. S. L. H. T., Keriger. Thetis, U. S. R. C, Cochran, from cruise, Sept. 8. (Merchant Vessels.) Ilerzogin Cecilie, Ger. sp., Leith, Oct. 7. Kilchattan, Br. s.s., Xorfolk, Oct. 3. M. Turner, Am. schr., Port Hadlock, Sept. 26 (Pearl Harbor). Philippine. Am. schr., from Fort Bragg. Oct. 7. ! S. C. Allen, Am. bk., Port Ludlow, Oct. 3. ! Sierra, O. S. S., San Francisco, Oct. 7. Wilhelmina, Am. s.s.. Hilo, Oct. 9. TRANSPORT SERVICE. Buford at San Francisc5. Dix. in port. j Logan, from Hon. for Manila, Sept. 16. j Sheridan, from Hon. for S. F., Oct. 6. j Sherman, from S. F. for Hon., Oct. 5. - : Geodetic Purvcv cutter Ex- ; plorer, Captain Dibrell. has finished her j work iti P.ritol I.Jay and will proceed . to lioiioiuiu. J lie revised map ot A las iii which tin. work ot thf l.xiiorer j fj.rures is to be issued this winter and will be a big improvement. 011 previous publications of the kind. Puts Volcano Nearer. Says the San Francisco (.'all of Sep iember o11: "The Oceanic Steamship Company, by arrangements ju-t completed in Ho nolulu, has made it possible for the man with just two weeks' vacation to include in his holiday two ocean trips and a hvc-dav stav in tlie i eiritorv ot Hawaii with a visit to the famous vol cano of Kilauea thrown in for good measuri oudei a great The volcano is one of the of the world and was never in r state of activitv than it is now. l!ef ore it- terrible grandeur ora tors hae found themselves dumb and famous writers b?reft of a vocabulary. "For the convenience of those whose outing is limited to two weeks, a steam er will leave Honolulu for Hilo at five o'clock of the evening that the Sierra arrives in Honolulu. " In the transportation world the now ; arrangemen i3 regarded as a triumph. j for in spite ot the great distances cov- j erod the trip can be made in leisurely j rl,infort. L'ntil this arrangement was made, three weeks was the shortest possible time in which the ground could be 1 overed then only occasionally.'' 1 jv. 1 The Late Captain Mackenzie. A recetit Scotch newspaper am 1 the toilowing coiic.-ri ng Captain Mac ; keiiyie who will remembered here a . j master ot I ' he hark let mm r-'n : I iuful nitei'igeiice has just f ! reached Pysart of the death at ieiu. of i sea, as 'a ota ! H i the result of an ace i 1 Uonahl Mackenzie. oi the bark Kill ma I ii1'- which at tne .nr.e was on a vovap. lie. which at Hie rinu from Santos, Brazil, to Newcastle. Now j South Wales. It appears that on Sep t ember seven days before arrival at jthe latter port. 1 a i tained fatal in.iur apt a in Mac kenzie ss i s tnrougn tailing vessel, presumably! tront t!e piop ot t j on ring roug:i we a j which reached h:s I vesterdav, states relatives in Dysart that his bolv was (. buried at a. iptaia Mackenzie, who BOY SCOUTS OF RUSSIA NUMBER TEN THOUSAND ST. PETERSBURG Reference wa made some time ago. iu the columns of the christian Science Monitor, to the eflect that the boy scout movement had spread to Russia. The Russian organi zation, while modeled on the lines of the movement inaugurated by General Baden-Powell, appears to differ in on? important detail. The British boy scouts are prepared with a view to their becoming good and useful citi zens, and not with a view to their being specially trained as soldiers. In Russia, however, the movement ap pears to be connected with the army, since the minister of war lends consid erable support to the movement as be ing of great assistance as a necessary corollary of short service with the col ors. It is said that there are already ten thousand boys enrolled in the Rus sian boy scout movement. NO CAUSE FOR WORRY. Painter (to his servant) "Now carry this picture to the exhibition gal lery. But be careful, for. the paint is nor quite dry vet." Servant "Oh .that's all right. I'll pur on an old coat." Fliegende Blaet ter. The 66 Touring Car or Demi-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.. .. .Roy a! 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. The von was .-t years of age. was a native of Ic'ith. but his family have been resi dent in Pysart for many years. Pre vious to taking over the command of the Kilnvallie and this was his first voyage Captain Mackenzie was for fourteen years in command of the bark Edinburgh,- Much sympathy is felt for his widow and family of two daughters aud one son. who reside in High street. Dysart. to whom the painful intelli gence came as a great shock. Deceased was a brother-in-law of the late Cap tain Herd. Dysart, and was highly respeeted. ' ' Shipping Notes. Steanor Mikahala arrived yesterday morning from Maui and Molokai ports and stei.mer Kinau came in from Kauai ports. Steanur llelene yesterday morning arrived from Xapoopoo with fUoo bags of sugar and HO head of cattle and no passengers. Steamer Wailele arrived yesterday morning from Makena. It was too rough at that port for lmr to take aboard cattle Mat -.!i' steamship Wilhelmina ar- rived eaily yesterday from Hilo. Sho wili leave here at ten o'clock in the morning of Wednesday for San Fran cisco, at which hour the Oceanic steam ship Sierra will also get away. There i- an immense amount of credit due not .oily the draying facilities and operations of the firm handling that end of the bu-inoss, but also t" the steve dores who have been handling the dis charge .t the coal from the eight col n Palama Lots For Sale New Tract Just Opened The opportunity to purchase a iot near to the city- is offered. You can get a splendid iot for as low a sum as $200; others for sale at $3r0, $37o, 573, etc. Trent Trust Co., Ltd. EvcsiraaiQ:' 30" Ask for a demonstration Metzgcr Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Hamm-Young DISTRIBUTORS liers for the naval station. They have done their very best without a mur mur, working to the limit and doing overtime for the sake of making a good job and saving the Puited States dp- j murrage which otherwise might have j amounted to several thousand dollars. i BOARD IS STILL INTACT AS EVER Continued from Page One. the last dav of registration was en titled to registration. This practically means that a person can not vote unless he is twenty-one years and one month ' old at the day of election, a ruling that 1 some of the politicians claim flies in! the face of Providence, nor to mention,1 the Constitution ami several other minor authorities. At the last moment, when Charlie Chillingworth brought in some young men who come under this head and de manded their registration. Yierra and Holt refused, but the chairman renigged on the previous decision and per sonally registered them. Then the other! two members of the board resigned. Thev contend now that those men are! not regi en '.! according to the minutes ot th iioan: They also claim that the chairman was permitting them to be bluffed and 1 uildozed by leaders of both parties all day. and that he' refuse. 1 to stand by tl.em. Ceorge Dais. thev claim, tried to run in a ''dummy'' on them, a mm who was de.af and dumb and couldn't write either Hawaiian or English. They claim to have proved him stupid and 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. Co., Ltd., a'most tin imbecile and refused to regis ter him and further claim that Davis gave them a piece of his mind for it Other kicks have also been "regis tered" against the conduct, of the chair man by the two "insurgents," but sail chairman still smiles his happy little smile and waits serenely for the ruling from the supreme court. . IWILEI BLOSSOMS WITH MANY JAGS (Continued from Page One.) of how that quarter appeared on the floor at the time it did, but they availed her not. On the way down to the station witi his prize Fennell stumbled on another Bussi.ui who had several bottles of "dago" inside, one bottle outside ani thirty dollars in coin in his pocket. Several oilier similar ornameuts to tho landscape are also awaiting the usual "three and costs" before Judge At drade this morning. . OBEDIENT CHILD. The curly-haired little sprite of the house came running to her father in the study and, throwing her arms about his neck, whispered confidentially in his ear: "Oh. papa, it 's raining! " Papa was writing on a subject that occupied his mind to the exclusion of matters aside, so he said, rather sharp ly. "We!!, let if rain." ' "Ye. papa; I was going to," W13 her quick desponse. Harper's. l-r '41 l1 1