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THE PACTTIO COMMEEC1AL ADVERTISER, HONOLXTLU, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910.
ft ft. ft. Go. IB BK ffl RFRONT NEWS r MARINE REPORT. By Merchants' Exchange. IDE WATERFRONT Vessels Will Arrive From All Points and Harbor Will Be Very Lively. Sydney the Chiyo ba arrives lr..m countered oil tne Cane. Smith nm-tl, ami east winds were encountered and Captain .McKay made Lis westing with out uifiicnhy. JIovever, when he at tempted to make northing, he encount ered strong head winds, which delayed the vessel, but there was no heavy weather. The vessel was off the latitude of San Francisco in ll days, but thence to Cape FJattery she had head winds and -a!in, adding- twenty days to what promised To be a good passage. , Three days ago a sailor, James White, died aboard of dropsy and was buried at sea a short distance off Cape Flat tery. The Atlas passed in last night and towed up 'behind the tug Tatoosh, not stopping at Fort Townsend. As far as known the Atlas is not chartered outward. She and her sister ship, the Astral, may be purchased by the Alaska Packers Company for the carnerv fleet. The Astral arrived at . I San Francisco last week, ."" davs out nft'-r a hard passage and Captain Mc- I Kay was anxious to get word of her. ! First Matson to Dock. ! i TA ' )M A, September 29. First of j the Matson Navigation Company's fleet! to berth at the F.ureka dock, the steam-! er Hyades. is due in port today to load j a larg cargo f fertilizer, ground feed, j flour. 1 ox shook" and furniture for Ho-1 Canadian-Australian I noluin. The local management of the j from Van- '".ureKa i'o-., ompauy nan cousmera oi ' ; vesterdav impressing on snip- i Tiers an. I truck drivers that out aoinff i i - l. . . . f ..... i!.. . ... : 1 1 l. i Tenyo j - liaison liners win uvn-; after be oenverea at tne i-.ureka iock. i instead of at the Alaska-Pacific dock- j where the Matson tleet has heretofore! loaded. Several trio kloads were hauled 1 Thrs week will prove to "be one of hest Jlonol.ilu Las experienced me for some time m Tomorrow t!"' ffiihclniiaa both leaving at -...mini?. Today Ua steamship Makura is due from ami early tomorrow mommy Maru of the ioyo ivisen lvar- San Francisco. To- - . Ji ihe I ntted states trans- niuu"'v ' . . ,rtSwrmau i i - - the way of ship-ping. reamshios Sierra and ail for Sau Francisco, i i i. ten o ciociv in. me the Cana.iian-Ausira r MARINE TIDINGS. By Kahuku Wireless. J S. S. Chiyo Sau Francisco Main will arrive from Wednesday, 6 a. in. jolted about in the tin receptacles more rapidly than it wouM have done if put through a regular churning process by the latest improved method. On the outside the sea was choppy all the way to the Columbia Paver. Before Astoria was reached some of the members of the crew discovered I that the contents of the cans had un dergone u change. A closer inspection j revealed that, the cream hud evolut-; ed' into great cubes of butter. Th Monday, October 10. Yokohama Arrived, Oct. 7, S. S. China, hence Sept. 20. San Fraucisco Sailed, Oct. 7, S. S. Hiionian, for Honolulu. San Francisco Sailed, Oct. 7, S. S. Enterprise, for Hilo. Midway Island Arrived, Oct. 9, schr. Flaurence Ward, hence Sept. 21). Kedondo Arrived October 10 A schr. Transit, from Hilo Sei.temh.... it' J f NEXT MAILS. Coast, Orient and Colonial. J Mails are due from th j point9 as follows: -Per Chiyo Mam, tomor- d-;u- from San Francis- ... .. ... ... .,,1 li'.T.Wwm r l..-nir ell 1II.IL '"H , n ltd - - ... sailors enioved their first quaff of fresh buttermilk they ever drank while on the San Francisco voyage. The butter was sampled, but j row. it proved a trifle fresh. oKonama Per Tenyo Maru, Saturdav A question has ar.son as to how mtieu ! .wisirjiia -lor Alakura, todav. the dairv interests of Tillamook ought is due rjl,-e to -Manna auu -M'""" get away for -he Philippines on the same . , iln Krniav t"c AJ... rteamsmp ' , , ; 7 .' ' ft. ! ai.-ultv ..rf Mllll XlClOlia .IU' . . noon or the first thing on Saturday Tovo Kisen Kaisha lenyo Varu arrives from the Orient, prob er 'sailing for San Francisco on Saturday afternoon. Nevadan Spoke Atlas. SEATTLE, September 2S. The American ship Atlas, ta.pt. A. 1. Aic Kav arrived this afternoon from Phila delphia, 13S days out The vessel brings 5000 tons of coal, 3000 tons of bitumi nous to discharge at tins .pori auu ooo tons 01 anuiraciLc iv. to the Alaska-Pacific dock, only to be j rehauled to the Eureka dock. j Manager Roberts of Cook & Co , j acents for the Matson Navigation Com pany and president of the Kureka Dock Companv. announced a week ago that j -, r - . 11 1 rl rne uaw,n sreamers i governments of New Zealand with the -iim ,i i ,-..v... v.w. ..... Sifu..mk. bin ( ,.m,n.iiT- tn ciil.ri ! ' ! did not ', .......r-r v;r .-.; u". " moniuiv ser ice wun me sieaiuriv .i '- to lie charged for churning their cream into butter during the passage to Port land. Although the work is performed at practically no cost, it is pointed out that it is rather an expensive operation to coiiveit cream into butter by the usual' shore method. Hence there ought to be some fixed charge for doing it out at sea. even if d"iie by the wild waves. ; l New Zealand Sought Service. j The new service arranged by the New Zealand government to start on Octo- ber 22 from Auckland to -Sau Fran- , cisco by way of Raratouga and Papeete, j may have, the effect of delaying the j proposed connection between Victoria, : Vancouver and New Zealand ports, j New Zealand was most anxious to have I this service arranged to Victoria and j Vancouver, instead of to San Franeiseo. Arrangements have Ibeen made bv the i Yokoliama ! Australia Victoria Per Marama, Friday. Mails will depart ror the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Tenvo Maru, Sat urday. Yokohama Per Chiyo Maru, tomorrow. ancouver Per Makura tn.lni- Svdnev Per M; larama, Fridav. Palama Lots For Sale New Tract Just Opened The opportunity to purchase a lot near to the city is offered. You can get a splendid iot for as low a sum as $200: others for sale at $350, $375, $575, etc. Trent Trust Co., Ltd. emphatically that the change of the Matson , -.v .!,,,; ciiiirp-runrpr will oio- siirnifv consolidation w oTchi fomrletes dischartr- companv and the American-Hawaiian T ip Atias is eousinueu iu Ralfflur. Guthrie & Co., her cargo being for the Pacific Coal Company. The Atlas is the nrst oi me oxauoaia Oil Company's windjammers to come to Puget Sound. She was built by Arthur Sewaii & vo., at, Dam, auu one of the cleanest, best iouna ana , t 1 ..nl, ntrti fiTlfovinrf til 3 xnm loosing c?sci3 cvti lu.v.ig m.-. PI' . In... Afil,' hftving muaueipniii it -'l. Atlas did not speak another ship until last .week when a short distance off this coast. She was then sponen uy the steamer Nevadan, bound trom la rangi and Maitai, formerly in the Canadian-Australian line, and now replaced bv more modern steamers. A Welling- Steamship Company, from which Tatter r.rm e ..i., . su .,,....., i t(in dispatch savs: "The government steamers under charter. The next of. ...,, .. the Matson fleet on the Sound, follow ing the Hvades, will be the Nevadan. which is due October 19. Local Marine Notice. Honolulu, October 10, 1910. Maui Tsland, Southerly Side Maa laea Bay Kihei Reef buoy established On October 7, 1910. a first-class can buoy, red and black horizontal stripes, was" established in about three fathoms of water, with about four fathoms eomafor Honolulu. Captain McKay was j jirmin,i jt, to mark a three-fathom patch nleaed to exchange signals with the flff ,,, Reef, and the position of the steamer so as to verify his chronometer. point of tte reef nff Kaiepolepo. This During the passage, whieh -"vas uiievent-j j,,)()V wijj serve as a guide to shipping ful the Atlas had a large share of good . assino- up and down the coast for clear ' . 1 Cl A .1 t. . ! . . , 1 - IV weathT. one was di i v-t- t-ii v i in,r thIS reer. .strangers snouiu pass on makiiiff Cane Horn and although it wat the dead of winter in the southern hemisphere no heavy weather was en- I LOCAL OFTICE OF THE tmiTJiU tTATES WEATHEE EUKEAU Honolulu, Monday, October 10, 1910. r ' THKR0. I ?if WIND V 1 i ! is S ! t - I 1 g 5.3 5 t ! " I . I." ? IS UcOfott S3 1W1 j 90j S2 iu: ,it. ts. .a ': 1904 lo.co! bl . it ; A 30.021 81 i f ! ! IK! "9 l ! i tC8 ft ( 21 3 i- I Wit 02 S2 wif k 06 so ; "je !0.0! 62 I i 74 j 2(1 c B s 78 .12 74 7 E L.. 75 j .02 83 3 NK , "4 j T 75 2 siv : i i ; 7i j .14' 74 5 I j B 76 j 81 6 Nl j g ' SO- T I 7-i S s 9 I 71 Soj M S I B I I j 78 .00 j 12 NB 5 1 j 78 .Co 6H hk 6 77 T 62 fl e ! 12 78 .OS 77 5 NK ; i i I true (N. ot New Zealand desired to obtain a Vancouver, service, for which Canada had been asked to send tenders. If a Vancouver service was established, the San Francisco contract, if satisfactory, would probably be extended, with Wel lington as the terminal port. The ser vice will be subsidized by the govern ment of New Zealand." Two Surpassing Steamers. The massive ships of the White Star line, the two new monsters now under construction at the Belfast shipyards, according to descriptions furnished F. W. Klebahn of II. Hackfeld & Co. a shipping department are SOU feet long and 45,000 tons register, which means that they exceed ail others now afloat by 70 feet in length and by 13.000 tons measurement. It is estimated that their deadweight at launching time will be between 25,000 and 30,000 tons, while their total displacement when fully equipped is calculated to be more than (iO.OOO tons. The steamers are 1G0 feet longer than the height of the Metro politan tower in New York, while they dwarf the Washington Monument, 555 feet high, to which so many recent vessels have been compared. When it is realized that their combined tonnage far exceeds that of all the vessels engaged upon both sides in the famous conflict of the Spanish Armada, and Sierra get away at the same hour for that their tonnage is ten times greater San Francisco. than any one of the famous Atlantic The Sierra has already boohed about greyhounds of little more than a decade forty passengeis, while the Wilhelmina ag0? the enormous strides in marine has booked about seventy for the Coast, architecture are better appreciated Among those who leave in the Wilhel-; The immense gantries, bv which tech- mina are J. Walter Doyle, the gentle- ja term the " cradles " 'in w hich the man who is interested in oil; Rudolph Olympic and Titanic are being reared Spreckeis, T. Magee, Mrs. li. 1. Mead ;ire known, form most imposing land ed chdd, Mr. and .Mrs. .1. A. i-.nquist. ,arks at Belfast. Each trantrv is 1000 i I shore from the buoy Chimney lack of Kihei, 17 5-S E. mag.). JbV house at Kaiepolepo, left tangent, 71 true i'NC bv E. 7-16 E. mag.). McGregors Point light station, 290' true (W. 7-8 N. mas;.). V. S. HOUSTON, Lieut .-Commander, V. S. N., Inspector Nineteenth Lighthouse District. Two Boats Sail Tomorrow. There will be some hustling on the waterfront tomorrow morning, when both the Matson Navigation steamship Wilhelmina and the Oceanic steamship BARGAINS IN WiL B. STuCKMAN, Section Director. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. Col. Z. Spaidiriir, Mrs. C. Wolters and George B. MH'lellan. A morg those who depart in the Sierra are Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Gedge, H. L. Waldo, Jack Scully, Harry T. Moore, i Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Blair, Paul Welling ton. A. W. Spencer and Mr. and Airs. Gallagher. Russians to the Coast. I Tii.-.r.-. tv;H be a score or more of i 3 a r is -' feet long and 110 feet wide, and before the keel of either vessel was laid nearly a. million dollars had been expended building them in preparation for this vast, undertaking. The largest single plates of steel em ployed on the ships measure 3i feet and weigh 4Ct tons, and the largest single beam, supporting the decks, measures 92 feet and tops 4 tons. The giant rudder, which will be easilv con- Russians leav ing Honolulu for the main- f n)j!ed by a specially designed electric land 3 12-f m. p.m. ji.ni. p. Hi , seis 10, 8.4) 1.6. (MJ .... .. !i.SB5.36U.ll 'Si U 9 4 1.8 U 2f: Uli.Si' 1.8! ... BU.SV I.?', o 35 , P.m.i I l1 l.. l.U 15 1.3' i wjjri.41 2 ), b . m . Su 1 0' o.Srt 5. 3fi 1 6 i,0 3.0C 5.5iift.4S 0.02 7.10 4.M 5 57 5.31 1 (.0 I i : 7.S8. t,.U 5 57 5.83 2.00 ; 1 ' I S. 1.45 Wc! 7.1ti 5 5s 5.32 S.Ll 8 82' S 12 5S 5 3 ;.(-o D: " quarter of the moon October 11. 1"6 tilW t lV.k, 4 u:l. ! I i " - "auuiui IUU J. 111(3 OCCUr f "Out one ho.ir iri; h. ti, HlWsiinn b. Bna, ... in i i mmuteg slower than Greenwich time, i 'iai mat of the meridian of 157 de-, vi - iw rime w.iifne ;wws at 1:30 p. m which is the samr !reeuwicb 0 hours 0 minutes. San' M'l Uiimn . 1 1 i: i . M -.it iut iorai rime in' e erouD- ! u, MMVVtUIV. iaed Every Sunday Morning by the vifiice. U S. WMfhr Riita.ii tates or for Canada on the de parture tomorrow of the steamships Sierra and Wilhelmina for San Fran cisco and tio sailing of the Makura for Vancouver and Victoria. They are of the number. ci,',.-tly, of those Russians who refused to go to work for the plan tations uton arrival here and they go north will; the idea of finding work which will give them more money than thev would receive in the plantation business. If They do not get along in the Xoithwest they are likely to come back to Honolulu and take li which thev have once refuse Chiyo Maru Tomorrow. According .o wireless advices receiv ed from the Toyo Kisen Kaisha Chiyo M.'irn on Snn.iav night, the big liner will be off Port from San ti o'clock Tniuoi row morning the work 1 here motor, weighs J 00 tons, and the "boss arms," the huge brackets which hold the triple-screws, weigh 73 C. tons. On these ships more than one million spe cially welded steel rivets hnvo been used to fasten the plates of the huge double-bottoms alone, aggregating 5 10 tons, arid along the towering sides these rivet heads stand out by the thousands, giving to the hulls evorv appearance 'f the greatest stability. ' Perfection of Comfort and Luxury. The White Star line has intimated that the stateroom accommodations ,,n, the Olympic and Titanic will '""afford evorv comfort and luxury, the cabin" being especial! v large and the fittin-' n n .'I r lie equipment along novel lines. likely sa ternoon. is Princ head wh ed in u'a to kiii j.roba bie be kept than on il for l.i. Tsui !!-' a , ..ii: i hi'll ( tint li', er t-jie Orient tomorrow at f among her passengers Usuii. tiie hinese naval -;,.!ir;iri.iii was attempt iu view- of the attempt ,i. tj. Coast, it is just . v n stricter watch will , :m here on this occasion 4 . i -5 5 ; THEtsi. 5 -i . I WISP C4 4 3C.CS to I 4 ' 0.05 s to.is x M Si hi i l SO s0 71 7) n 72 7U An Ocean Dairymaid. POWTI.ANP, Mptember 11 motion oi was being In public apartments, such ns the din ing saloons, "lounges." smokeronmc Fraiuisco at ;lm drawing room, the decoration's nre iot will now- being iirenared bv the -,pt f(iinn artists and exi;u isit e ' eiTor-t g are being obtained. The ships will be equipped tor six hundred first class, five hundred second-class and two thousand third clas passenger-, with a crew of fdght hundred. Many innovations are planned, such as an interdenominational chapel, i deck entirelv reserved for sea o.-imes. , Mich as golf, bnllbo'ird. etc., a "squash'' 'court, a children's playground in charge , of a nursery governess, a servants' hall the and dining saloon, a Turkish and ele. - Second-Hand Automobiles We are offering for sale the following Second-hand Cars, now on exhibition in our salesroom at exceptional prices: Model 10 Buick runabout; three-speed transmission; single rear seat; Bnglish Lake color; new top; fully equipped, including magneto; 18 II. P. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 850.00 1910 Model 30 Cadillac touring car; 33 II. P., new top; newly painted. F. O. B. Honolulu...: $1,200.00 3910 Model 30 Cadillac denii-tonneau; fully equipped, including new set of tires. Eun 3000 miles only. F. O. B. Honolulu $1,450.00 1910 Franklin double rumble roadster; 22 II. P., fully equipped, including Bosch magneto. F. O. B. Honolulu. . . ;. $1,000.00 -Peerless 7-passenger touring car; fully equipped, including new top; body; radiator; hood; foot boards; tires; glass-front, etc. F. O. B. Honolulu $2,800.00 1907 Pope-Hartford 5-passenger touring car, fully equipped. F. O. B. Honolulu $1,400.00 1909 Eeo runabout; fully equipped, including top and glass front. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 350.00 Eeo five-passenger touring car, painted black. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 150.00 Eeo five passenger touring car, painted red. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 150.00 Winton Model K five-passsenger touring car, four-cylinder type. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 250.00 One 1908 Ford runabout $ 125.00 Model X Stevens-Duryea touring car, fully equipped, including prestolite tank, glass-front, tools, etc. F. O. B. Honolulu $2,000.00 One C-40 Thomas double-rumble roadster, fully equipped, including top, glass-front, prestolite tank, two tire covers, etc $1,500.00 We should be pleased to have you call at our salesrooms and inspect these cars, which are now on exhibition. Further information and demonstrations given on application. The von Ham m-Young Co., Ltd. HONOLULU, T. H. -Bv lie .11 ! ; 7 12 .01 "fi . ( fl -M. .it 1v r .i A2 K N K N E K E feted f0, V reaamgi are cor pora a """Feature, instnimenin 'tal i1""1 gravity, and redueed in f Av"ae cloudiness stated priiia m u 10 uireftion or "1 i TC. 7 4 S N R 5.0 waves the cream which er.t from Tillamook to Port land on the steamer (tolden (.ate. cap tain Astrup. was churned into a line grade of butter before the craft had uore than half completed the passage. Instead of being delivered to the cream ery as bad been the intention the prod uct, it is said, was disposed of to whole sale grocers, who pronounced it superior to any brand of butter they were hand ling. " Th.-. ".'iif ,.f the H TiUamooi uce. vid hit osi I den Gate trout eonsi-t rnosny ui lain, p.u.i her last trio she started out with an uunsua;ly large consignment ui. un omeis ,n u hunn velocity in milea per j cream, wh-.ca was carrie.i in o au.i j- tric l.atti, swimming pool ;no! a gvmna sium. such as ;'re now found on the White Star's S. S. Adriatic, but of niu'-h greater proportions, will also give passengers the opj.ort uni t v to enjov the voyage to its fullest extent. The Olympic, which will be launched on October 21 next, will enter the At lantic trade in the Mimmer of "101 1 . an-l the Titanic, due to leave the w.ivs soon after January 1. Hill, will be in com mission in the earlv fail following. It is confidently expected that these sea ministers will find instant favor with tlie traveling public, because they will far surpass in m.o, comfort and l'nxurv transatlantii-- trade. id i K . . s tE- Velocity ol.galloa can-'. r-.iung cirection during 24 wuen ste c o.-scd out and the cream T. K. K. in Hard Strait. TOKIO, September 17. The steam ship concerns of the Faeific lines are in a very hard strait, owing to the extreme dullness of business. The dullness is so great that the companies concerned find it difficult to run their service without Mibsidies. In consoqnence of tha de pression a keen competition has arisen among the various lines on the Pacific, so that the conventional fare arranged among the steamship companies con cerned are' threatened. In these cir cumstances such companies as the Toyo Kisen Kaisha. which runs no other lines except the South American and San Francisco lines on the Pacific, has sus tained the severest blow of all. The busine.'s is particularly dull on th? North American line, where the liners carrv a ver- few goo. Is bound for ori ental ports. The T. K. K. liner Tenyo Maru. which entered Yokohama on the second instant, carried only 270 tons of cargo taken in at San Francisco, bring ing in a freight of some 7000 yen, be sides netting oassenger fares amounting to so.ooo ven. The South American line is comparatively satisfactory, owing to a considerable shipment of nitrates for Hawaii, vet far from being remun nerative. I'nder the circumstances the business report of the company for the term will hardly be able tn record net receipts of more than so.iIimi ven. which nm shows a shortage of i'fiO.000 yen against the loss brought over from last term, who-h amounts to 1 ,( i;0.0riO yen. May Make Special Trip. The 1". S. transport Pix, after dis charging coal here and going to Seattle, mav make a sperial trip to Honolulu from the noitluru port and then back to Seattle, instead of going on to Ma regard to this at present, the master, nila after returning here from the Wash ington port. There is no certainty in Captain Ankers, awaiting his orders. The original idea was to go to Seattle to take on horses for Honolulu and Ma nila, but this may be changed so that the ix will load Fifth Cavalry and field artillery horses and forage in Seat tle for Honolulu, not taking any live or other freight for the Philippines, i The horses for Honolulu are for four troops of cavalry and one battery of field artillery. Shipping Notes. American ship Marion Chilcott ar rived earlv yesterday morning with oil from (laviota. coining down iu sixteen days. ( 'an.-olian-Australian steamship Ma kura will arrive today from the Colo nies, en route for Vancouver and Vic toria, sailing this evening or tomorrow. STEWART SAN FRANCISCO Geary Street, aboye Union Squaie Juat opposite Hotel St. Francia European Plan $1.50 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up Steel and brick structure, furnish ings cost $200,000. High class hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus meets all trains and steamers Hotel Stewart now recognized as Hawaiian Island headquarters. Cable address, "Trawets" A. B.C. Code. Reservations made through Trent Trust- Co., Fort Street, Honolulu. I DEMOCRATS CONTROL ARIZONA CONVENTION piioi:'!x. The Democrat the coiistitut is called here to frame an organic preliminary to statehood Arizona, October 10. : today are in control of; nal convention, which! PLENTY OF THEM HERE. "I see an American girl is to marry a Portuguese pretender.'' "She might as well stay at home and marry an American pretender. I did." Philadelphia Public Ledger. act va looking over hi.' Republicans 1 " ' wonder, now.': he said, turning pale, , - , . - , . , , ... i wticiiier tne socii.s nave 10 mati-n in.- .lie liuiivni , IIIIL lOI l inHHti. 1.IUL 1M1 little hope of succeeding. Choi 1 put his necktie and ipplv of hosiery. tie or whether (he tie has to match the socks. ' ' (, 'hicago Tribune.