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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, TITUIJSDAY, SEFT. ID, 1912.
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Ettabthed in 1858
Ocea; lc Steamslp ; Co. ;
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
8. 8. Sierra. ....Sept 21
8. 8. Sonoma.... ..Oct. 4
8. 8. Sierra...... Oct 19
C Brewer & Co., Ltd.,
Pacific Mail Steamship , Co.
Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR, THE ORIENT
8 ST Mongolia......... Sept 20
8. 8. Persia... ....... ...Oct. 12
8. 8. Korea.... Oct. 18
For general information apply to
H. HacM old & Co.,
Steamers of the above Company
or about. the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT r
8. 8. Nlppep Mru..'....Sept 27
8. 8. Tenyo Mara: . . ... . . .Oct 3
8. 8. Shiny o Maru ..... . . Oct 25
Calla at Manila, omittinr call at
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.
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. SEPTEMBER 1.l2. . , , 'n?::
Porv furUie'pariani; ': jipplyy to:-;: ,; I'i'W :i V:S i'vS !
. CASTLE & Cbu(;E, LTDl, General Agents, Honolulu.
? ;CANADIAH-AUSTfttiArj ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO, I
FOR; FIJI AND AUSTRALIA : F0 VANCOUVER
J .?ndla- !;?.Cw ? W-' SMarama)n;V;r.;Oct 8l
8. S. Makura.u. ....... .Dec. 4 s . ZealandIa.U.r;.;.Dec. 3l
THEO; H. DAVIES & CO,
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k; ViaT.hu.nt.p.o, ev.nr y.
company wnnt t n.f
V FROM SEATTLE OR TACO MA TOHONOL-tu DIRECT
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For further Information apply
agentaT Honolulu. v " C P.
r . Servicer Dispatch
; For particulars see
. ,836 Fort Street -
MOVES THE EARTH
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
TWines, Printing and Writing Papers.
AM ERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER A.
r . . SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen 8trets - ; Honolulu
phone 1416 Geo. O. Gufld. Gen. Mgr.
f 4 " tX z? tin Ads, are Best Business
FOR SYDNEY, N. 8. W.
8. S. Ventura.......... Sept 30
8. S. Sonoma.... ....... Oct. 28
8. S. Ventura .Nov. 25
- General Agents
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
S. S. Korea............ Sept 24
8. 8. Siberia..... Oct. 8
S. S. China Oct 15
will call at and leave Honolulu oh
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FOR 8AN FRANCISCO a
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8. S. Shlnyo Maru....... Oct 1
S. S. Chiyo Maru.... ...Oct 29
8. 8. Nippon Maru... ...Nov. 19
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Francisco arid Honolulu, i
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO - ;
t ;v8. ,,8.r Honoiuian. .vSept tat - -8.
8. Lurllne . . . . ; .'.Oct 1
L GENERAL AGENTS.
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TO HDai ifi 11 "
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to H. HAKFELD & S.-.6.
MORSE, GV,ra Fp,, -T '
For Walanaw.uir. 'r-vw
I Wai Statlona.5 .3;20 p
ey xi Ewa MUl and Way
SUtlona t7:3d m .,; , . J
11:30 a. m., p. m.t .3;t(
5:13 p. m.. t9iD. m m-
p. m., Til; la p. m.
Arrive HonoluluL ku w .
rI T I, B:3l
PCItv t 4i aEw M" "d
5:31 p. m, r7:30 p! 428 p- m
. .I! flWiiawa and
- nn. - tT.1.l. T t.
. ", .two-hour
uai" :-. v v " V , keta hon
ored 1 , leaves Honolulu V
at 8:36 a. m.; returnit'"
Honolulu at 10:10 p. mr",
stops onlj at Pearl Cltyl?
outward, and Walanae. VvJ
Daarl fit inward.
U7 JU.LJ .
Q. P. DENISON, F.
, Superintendent 4
Jif CtJ MtaS ' , m.
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BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock feank, Ltd.,
Correspondent for the Amer
ican Express Company and
Thos. Cook & Sen.
Interest allowed on Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
Issue K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Travelers' Creeks
available throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
Castle & Cooke
HONOLULU, T. H.
SUGAR' FACTORS, SHIPPING
, . AND COMMISSION
' ; : MERCHANTS 1
i V--'si "..,r Agents'' for, '.i.O.i:
FIRE, LIFEMARINE,' TOUR-
ilSTS' BAGGAGE AND
' AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
u . Krvr-Representing.''Vvrw.',.
wa Plantation Company. ' - ;
Walalua Agricultural Co., , Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co:
Apokaa Sugar, Co., "Ltd ' -Matson
Toyo Klsen'Kaisha ;V
Head Office Yokohama
. ' . Yea:
Capital Subscribed ... 48,000.000
Capital Paid Up. . .. .30.000,000
Reserve Fund .. . . . . . .17,850,000 ,
General ' ', banking ' . business
transacted. , Savings accounts
for 1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with. Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at ' ; f 2 per year -.and up-'
wards. -a . ' . .
-Trunks and cases to be kept
on c'ustodr at moderate rates.'
Particulars to be applied for.
YU AKAL Manager.
Honolulu .. Office Bethel and
Merchant' Sts. Telephones 2421
and 1S04. P. O. Box 168.
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale By
J. A. GILMAN
IT.ir.IELUTH & CO., LTD.
UMBRS and SHEET METAL
CornrKing and Bishop ! 8trts
Phone No. 3067
SEND FOk FREE BOOKLETS
They tell abOit the Trns-Con line
of technical finise8 and enamels for
all kinds of painte. damD droofins
and water proofing:y
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Photo-EnrraTlnr of blst mAm
can be secured from the Star.Bulletfai
An Era of Concrete
Someone has called this an era of cement Activity in
this line in Honolulu is proof that the inventor of the phrase
knew. We are adding to the popularity of the industry by
supplying the best crushed roc to be had in the country; this
is necessary to satisfaction An cement sidewalks.
. ' '':'" -.:.:''''' ; ':
Sugar Factors . .
and Insurance Agents
. Aqents for ;
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company
- Paia Plantattflii - '
Maul Agricultural .'Company
y Hawaiian -Sugar Company
V Kahuku Plantation" Company
IfcBrydei Sugar Company
Kahulul Railroad 'Company
r Kauai Kallway Company .
Honolua Ranc ' ' '
Haiku-Fruit and Packing Co.
Kauai Fruit and Land Company
C. Brewer & Co.
. SUGAR FACTORS,
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
.: ; .MERCHANTS, , V-
vFIRE & MARINE INSURANCE
Agents for i .
; Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo , Sugar Company
Honomu Suar Company
; Walluku Sugar Company -Olowalu
; Kllauea Sugar . Plantation Co.
I Hilo Sugar Company :
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co.
' Hakalau Plantation Company
Hutchinson Sugar Plant'n Ca
Walmanalo , Sugar Company
Honolulu tPlantation ' Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotive .Works
CoBiiltlifr. Designing and Ce-
' Bridged, Buildings. . Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Keports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
Of All Kind
DEALERS IS LUXBEB
ALLEN ft BOBESSOX
Queen Street - - - Honolulu
IKvervthlnir fn the nrinttnir lfn
S'ar-Bulletin, Alakea street; branch,
& Draying Co., Ltd.
' 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 11 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 m
H. Tanuunoto. 85 SL Kins. " , Phone
3308. Can furnish : best references,
but my work speaks tor itself." Es
timates furnished, free of charre.
S24S-ly . .
The Occidental. King and Alakea.
Give us a trial once and you will
become a regular patron.
The Pacific, King and Nuuanu.
sell S5 meal tickets or 4.50.
Bargains in . real estate on seashore,
plains - and hills. Telephone 1602.
"Pratt" 101 Stangenwald Bldg. ; :
City Transfer Co.; Jas. H. Love. Fire
. proof warehouse (Hopper Bids.) In
surance lowest rate. - 293-3m
O. Yamamoto, 124S Nuuanu. Experi
enced shirt and pajama maker. Carrj
all materlaL Prices reasonable.
V - . y :: 5290-3m , '
EL Iyeda, 1292 Fort. cor. KukuL Shirts,
pajamas, underwear and children's
clothes made to order. k-$298-3m
K. Fujihara, KukUl lane. Shirts, pa
jamas, neckties made to order. .
: 'C' : 5r -w -.V6324-3m',-V,".4i-:v;:v 'y, -f
: YAMATOYA. 1 W
1250 Fort Shirts, pajamas, kimonos.
k-5327-6m " :
8EWING MACHINES. ;
R. TANAKA. 126t FORT STREET.
Sewing machines bought or exchanged
Ring 3209 and : we will send roan to
look at old machine. . 5242 -6m
Louis. Petrillo, ,1387 Emma. .Expert
Latest machinery. Repairs "while
2 you, waiLT-K.vi.'V SzslSia
Antone Canete, cor. Alakea and King.
Work guaranteed. ; n . k-5296-3m
I: ;"' k-5327-6m ?
Furniture bought and sold. We buy
any saieable household goods, c Fu
kuda. King &nd South; Phone 1123
':,v v..-r.; s- . k-5324-3m
City Transfer Co.: Jas. H. Love. Goods
packed and shipped to . all parts of
the world. v v- ., 5293-3m
George Tait, 174 S. King St; Tele
i phone 1874. v ; ! k-5333-6m
The Pioneer, cor. Beretania and Fort
Sts.; Phone. 3125. Clothes cleaned,
pressed and dyed. Work called for
i and delivered. .. " . 5277
Tal Chong, 2126 Nuuanu Men's suits
to order. White duck suits a spe
cialty. ; ' k-5301-3m
M. Matsuda, 12 82 Nuuanu ; Tel. 2249
Suits made to order. 8 to ISO. V
" . , k-5327-3n "j ;
Sang Chan, McCandless Bldg. High-
class work. White duck and flan
nels a specialty. k-5337-6m
Sang Chong, 35 S. King, cor. BetheL
Best quality material and workman
ship. Fit guaranteed.
V; k-5337-6m ,
City Transfer Co.' (Jas. H. Love). Bag
gage, furniture and piano movers.
Island Transfer Co., 229 Merchant Day
phone . 3869, , night 3891. Splendid
equipment for handling all kind of
express and draying. All employes
have had long experience.
. . - V- -5269-3m . ' , .
WHOLESALE TYPEWRrTER CO.
Rebuilt Underwoods, Visible Reming
tons, L. C. Smiths," Olivers, Yosts,
Monarchs, Smith Premiers, Fox,
etc Every machine guaranteed.
120 S. King St; TeL 3306.
Honolulu Vulcanizing Works, on Ala
kea St, Is now prepared to make
repairs to any size tire for any ve
hicle. Prices reasonable and quick
delivery. , 5277
Lin Sing Kee, 1044 Nuuanu; TeL 2990.
Tinsmith, plumber, hardware, etc.
"You can easily tell a man who has
been holding office from one who is
looking for if 'said -Senator Sorghum.
"Howr ; . U y':'2 :, ' ;
- "The first always points with pride
Factory. 171 LUlha, above School; TL
23I4.H In stock or made to order.
: k-530l-Sm " :
K. Mixuta, 12S4 Fort: TeL 3745. Re
pairing done. ; ;k-5322-3m
Lee Kau Co., 306 N. Bretanla. Ex
pert repairers. , Bring your old
wagons to us and w will make as
good as new for very little cost
I k-530S-3m v - - - -
Roy Mathews, Palm Bldg. Annex. Just
prices; Close regulation. MaO .orders.
Throw Pilot's Ashes To Wind.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Aug. 24.
Ct'Pt Stephen Cattle, known wherever
n ariners foregather In the four corn
ers of the .earth, directed In his wul
that his body, be cremated and that
the ashes be carried through the Gold
eu Gate and there scattered by the
winds he had served for a lifetime,
Today the tides have their way with
For fifty years Castle had . been a
pilot; for thirty-five years he had guid
ed deep sea ships across the tar and
throueh the-Golden Gate. Last week
he died. J Yesterday his son carried
the ashes aboard the pilot boat Cali
fornia. There were no mourners ex
cept himself and no attendants ex
cept the crew of the California.,, Be
yond the bar the captain s ashes were
thrown to th winds.. "
Accident in the New Hebrides.
News .reached. - Sydney ; by
steamer. Makambo of Burns, Philp's
line, - which .arrived from the New
Hebrides, of the loss of the French
recruiting schooner Nahonga, at Pen-
ticost Island., in the New Hebrides.
. nn ttrrivintr at that Island, the
Bkooner- as is the usual nractlce.let
nff & charee of Ivnamlte. which la thet
sienal that a recrultlns vessel Is In
thft vlrlnitr! , The natives thereuDon
nut off to thft'shln. and are taken on
as reauired. On this, occasion, how
aver. rt eharsre was Inadvertently
dropped alongside the vessel, and a
Ante was blown In her. with the re-
suit that 'she foundered Immediately.
No one was , injurea ; Dy me explo
sion, and the crew oj( the vessel es
caped sareiy. .
Much Itardwood Brought from'
IlawaU. - ,.: - .
: Hardwood lumber, made up a large
percentage of the cargo brought to
Honolulu this morning with the ar-
vliral ' rt ' t Via - Tn tor.Ta1an1 . . staampf
Claudine from Maui and Hawaii ports.
berin the form of planking and floor-
Ing was received here.
of freight Included 6 horses, 2 mules.Kr Vmw 1. 0 '
2 mm rollers, 16 cords wood. 85 bun-1 Yokohama-Mongolia, Jept 23.'
dies hides, and 120 packages sundries.
Purser Kibling reports tine weather
nA nn..nt .nVrn. vAvM. Tha
on outward and return voyages. The
American schooner E.' K. Wood was
the only overseas craft remaining at
Hilo at the time of departure of- the
Claudine for Honolulu. A small list
of passengers arrived in the vessel
Jfew British Colombian Harbor
A Canadian . order in council , has
Kaon no MlfK, Trw.
- L V. ' rF:
horw inM,a- TTio " t C
harbor, includes Tuck Inlet Lake
Ksitat hA n niK1iA haKAi -- T1a
with connecting and tributary waters
AnAmoOif hotTTAAfi th a. fnalnlsfirf onI a I
L'U7U u""7 -
line drawn north true across Venn
Passage through the east tangent of
Dundas Point, a line drawn north and
south true through. the west tangent!
or &niaer kocks, a line arawn easti
and west true through the south tan.
genc oi,onana isiana, ana. a line
drawn north, 34 degrees east and 35
degrees west true through the east
tangent; of Leer Point J
Plans Ship Line Via Panama.
bus low, Mass., Aug.-i:. Accord-
ing to an announcement by Daniel O.
ives, transportation expert of the Bof -
ton chamber of commerce, a line of
steamships even vessels costing
situuo,ooo eacn-is to be put m opera-1
lion Detween twsron and los Anseics,
Cat; via the Panama canaX" The pro Morgan, Mrs.. C. Murray,, M. S. Neu
moters of the entetprise have recelve.1 gass. Miss A. M. Paris. H. G. Pew-
the approval of the chamber of com
merce and of the port directors, and
manufacturers and other New England
shippers have recorded themselves In
favor of the project
BOY-SHIPPED BY EXPRESS
AT POUND RATES
An tight-Year-UId Youngster
a mm a a, a a a a a '
I2nne rkno Irnm I n AnA
uuco iiiuo.iiu i Lua niio-
eS TO ChlCaeO
SHELTON. Conn.. Aug, 31. Tagged
like any nackaee of merchandise andf
paid for by the pound. Harold Hennes-i
sey. eight years old. today arrived by
express from Los -Angeles, Cal., having
made the long Journey as a part of anlicKiiiop. j. u.. smith, - Mrs. G. E. Bry
express company's cargo. Harold's
parents moved to California and the
child became" ill there. A doctor ad-1
vised a trip back to his native Con-1
nectlcut, and when the elder Hennes
sey was in doubt how to eet his son!
back," to relatives here an ieynr?
YESSFX3 TO IE HITS
Friday September 23t .
Newcastle. N. S. W. KUo Maru,"
Jan. lmr . : - ,
I Saa Francisco Mongolia
Hilo via way ports Maoa Kea,
str. - ;';:..:-:.,-:.---V' , '
Sunday, September 22.
Mani, Molokai and Lanai ports
Kauai ports Kinau, str.
Tuesday, , September 2f "
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea,
P. M. S. S ' '
Hilo direct Mauna Kea, str.
Hawaii via Maul ports Mlkahala,
Wednesday, September 25.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. str.
San Francisco turline, li: K. 8. S.
Thursday, September 2X
Newcastle. N. S. W. Vennacher,
Br. stmr. .-.
Friday, September 27t
San Frfandsco Nlppia Maru, Jap.
str. r. ' -
Saturday, September 23.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
etr. ' ; , ;
Sunday, September 29.
Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports
Kauai ports Kinau, str. .
V Monday, September 33.
San Francisco Ventura, O..S. 8.
TES3EL3 TO DSPIET
Thursday; Septtmbtr 13.
Kauai porta W. G. Hall, star 5
- Friday, September 20.
Maul and Hawaii 'porU aaudlca,
stmr-5 p. m.; v
Hongkong via Japaa ports Mon
golia, P. M. 8. S.
Kona ;and .f Kau v ports Kilauea.
etror, noon. ' . . -. '
. Saturday, September 2f.
Hilo direct Mauna Kea, sir., 5:33
p. m. " .. . ' .
San Francisco Sierra, O.- C
4 p. m. , -:
Monday, September 23.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr S-p. xa.
Tuesday, September 21.
Maul," Molokai and Laual port3
I Mlkahala, stmr., 5 p. ta.
Kauai pons Kinau, stcir 5 p. n.
. San Francisco Korea, P. U. 3. S.
Hongkong via Japaa porta ?;iprcn
Maru.' Jap. stmr. ,
Wednesday, Ctpt;mt:r 23. ;
Hilo,- via way ports r. a Ilea,
' Kauai. port-W. O. Hall, - star,
I P m
-" " Friday,- Ceptcrr.tir 27.
- Hawaii via- Maui ..ports Caaiine,
1 8tmr- 5 P- -
Saturday, September 23.
cirect iiauna Kea, stnr..
P. m. . ' ' -- ,
, Monday, September C3. .
; Kauai : ports Noeau, stmr, 5 . p. ra.
Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura, O.
S. S. . : r: ' . ,
Malls are due fron tis tzllonlzz
olnts as follows:
an Francisco Mongolia, Sept
I Xlt11-. 9'
S";?0 j?ep,L 2J:
t . t .
Vancouver Marama, Nov. 8.
Colonies-Ventura, Sept 30. - v;
San Francfico Sierra, Sept 21. ;
Logan; sailed from Honolulu for Can
Francisco, arrived Sept 12. -
Sherman from Honolulu tor Manila,
arrived sept z.
Sheridan from Honolulu for Gxa Fran
cisco, Arrived April 7. -.
rwvV ' a t Qt. Wf
I w.s.s. ;
Buford. stationed on Paclilc Coast
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu
fn cr u
Supplr. ..ned from Bmhtete6.it.
tie, June 15.
mix. from Honolulu for Manila, sailed
I TLl 7 "W"WAU4U 1 ,TT
Per o. s s Sierra, for San Fran.
I cIsco, Sept 21 J. Andrade, J. Ben-
son. Emll Berndt S- W. Clark, Mrs.
William Danford, W. H. Davis, Miss
Faratt Mrs. E. Fernandez and three
children. Georze Fisher. Mrs. Fisher.
Mrs. EL Gibson. .Miss G. E. G11L L.
Glass. Mrs. Glass. O. Greenon. Mrs.
Greenon. Mrs. H. A. Haves. S. IL
I Heminswav. Miss R. B. Heminzwar.
IL. Honigsberger, Chun In. Mrs. A. S.
I Knudsen, Miss JCnudsen. Mr. Lun-
deen, C. L. Marlatt Mrs. Marlatt two
children nnd .maid; Mrs. Mayhood.
I Mrs. L. , Mlze.. G. W. Morsran. Mrs.
tress. Major W. A. Purdy, Mrs. Purdy,
Miss F. Rosendahl, a W.; Rhodes,
Mrs. Rhodes, J. V.. Roneche. Mrs. I
C. Sanbora, Mrs. A. S. Shanley, Fred
Snyder, Oscar Sommers. B. H. Trow
bridge, Mrs. D, J. Van elsor, H. A.
Welniand. Mrs. Welnland. Miss L.
Wilkins. Nap Young.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai
DOrts.' Sent 1 Mrs C. A- Nelson and
child Mft- e. h. Broadbent Dora
wwuwuw wire oroauoenu . ..
Per stmr. Claudine. for Hilo. via
way ports, Sept 20Miss H. A. Bald-
I win and friend, A. Hi Traphagen, C.
A- Woode, C. M. W. Kanul, ; Mrs? E.
Per .stmr. Kilauea, for' Kona and
Kau ports, Sept 20 Governor Frear
land party, A. M. Petem-3, Dr. J. E.
a"t xniss ai. uryant, winam wanaie.
A t - ar a. t- WW a a
Robt K. Kalpo, Pi K. Kaelemakule,
Mrs. L. S. Aungst, .Miss S. White, Jas.
Secretiry of War Stir.
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