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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1012.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO
S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4
S. S. Sierra Oct. 19
S. S. Ventura Nov. 1
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.,
Steamers of the above company will call at llbnolulu and leave thla
port on or about the dates mentioned below: .
FOR THE ORIENT
S. S. Persia Oct 12
S. S. Korea Oct. 18
S. S. Siberia Nov. 1
For general information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Steamers of the above Compmy
or about the dates mentioned below:
FJOR THE ORIENT
8. 8. Tenyo Maru Oct. 3
S. S. Shlnyo Maru Oct 25
S. S. Chiyo Maru. .....Nov. 21
Calls at Manila, omitting call atShanghai
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, .Honolulu.
Direct Service Between San
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
S. S. Honolulan...'. Oct 9
S. S. Wllhelmlna Oct. 29
s 8. S. HILONIAN sail from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about
For further particulars, apply to -v" ' .
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.,
' i . i i , i j , - - i t
FOR ; FUI AND AUSTRALIA
8.18. Zsalandia.... Oct 9
8. 8. Marama. v. .Nov. 6
THE0.H. DAVIES & ti0.f
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW - YORK TO HONOLULU v
Via Tehuantepecj Vry sixth day. Freight received at all times at the
Company's wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn. .
FROM SEATTLE OR JACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
8.', S. VIRGINIAN, to tall about.. ........OCTOBER 4
S. 8, : MEXICAN, to sail about... ... ...OCTOBER 26
8. 8. ALASKAN, to sail about. -.V,-... ...NOVEMBER 30
For further Information apply to H. HACKFELD 4 CO, LTD,
Qnty Honolulu.- MORSE, General Freight Agent -
Service -Dispatch w
i A FEATHER
f For S particulars see -
Fred. L Va!dron,Ltd.
r 8 36 Fort. Street
MOVES THE .EARTH
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twines, Printing and .WritlnR Papers.
. AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort 'and Queen Streets Honolu'u
Pnone 1416- Geo. G. Guild. Gen, Mgr.
Star-Bnllelln Ads. ar Di'st lioslness
FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W.
S. S. Ventura Sept. 30
S. S. Sonoma Oct. 28
S. S. Ventura Nov. 25
FOR SAN F RAM CI SCO
S. S. Siberia Oct. 8
S. S. China Oct. 15
S. S. Manchuria Oct. 22
will call at and leave Honolulu on
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
3. S. Chlyo Maru ..Oct. 29
S. S. Nippon Maru .Nov. 19
S. S. Shlnyo Maru Dec. '17
Francisco and Honolulu.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
S. ,S. Wllhelmlna. ..... .Oct 9
S. S Honolulan. .Oct 16
General Agents, Honolulu.
ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO.
, Sfc 3. Marama... ..Oct 8
8. 8. Makura Nov, 5
8. S. Zealand!.,.,.. Dec 3
LTD;, GENEBAL AGENTS.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 3: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa. Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:i5 a. m.,
11:30 a, m.. 2:15 p. mu. '3:20 p. m..
5:13 p. m,, (9:30 p. m., til,: 15 p. m.
For Wabiawa and Leilehua 10:20
a. 5:15 p. m-, t9:30 p. m., tll:15
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai
alua and Waianae 8: 36 a. m., 5:31
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17:45 a. m., S:Z6 a. m.,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. 4:2$ p. m.,
5:31 p. m, 7:20 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9:15 a. m., tl:40 p. m.,
5:31 p. m., $10:10 p. m.
The Haleiwa limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tickets hon
ored j, leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:36 a, m.; returning, arrives Sn
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Waianae
outward, and Waianae, Waipabu and
Pearl City Inward.
Daily. tSunday Excepted. ISun
Q. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent ' Q. P. A
Etrrythlng In H' urtntln? lino at
Star.Iialletla, llAtn street; braucb,
Established In 1858
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd.,
Correspondents for the Amer
lean 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
HONOLULU, T. H.
SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, TOUR
ISTS' BAGGAGE AND
Ewa Plantation Company
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd,.
Matson Navigation Co.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Head Office - Yokohama
Capital Paid Up...
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts
for SI and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with, Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at $2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be kept
on custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
YU AKAl, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and
Merchant Sts. Telephones 2421
and 1594. P. O. Box 168.
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale By
J. A. GILMAN
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
STOVES and RANGES
Corner King and Bishop Streets
Phone No. 3067
SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS
They tell about the Trus-Con line
of technical finishes and enamels for
all kinds of painting, damp droofing
and water proofing.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Pboto.EagTimng of highest grade1
ran be secured from tbe Star-Bulletin
Let Us Haul Your Freight
Steamers arriving here three times a week bring lots of
freight which needs prompt handling. Say the word and
we'll haul it.
ROBINSON BUILDING .... QUEEN STREET V
Castle & Cooke,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company
Maui Agricultural, Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Company
McBryde Sugar Company
Kahulul Railroad Company
Kauai Railway Company
Honolua Rancn ' .
Haiku Fruit and Packing Co.
Kauai Fruit and Land Company
C. Brewer & Co.
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, FIRE oV MARINE INSURANCE
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo Sugar Company
Honomu Sugar Company
Wailuku Sugar Company
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co.
Hilo Sugar Company
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co.
Hakalau Plantation Company
Hutchinson Sugar Plant'n Co. f
Waimanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotive Works
Consulting, Designing and Cen
? Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
Of All Kindt
DEALERS I LUMBER
. ALLEN k ROBIXSOX
Qaeen Street ... Honolulu
'iTerythlng in the printing Hoe at
S'jtr - Balletin, Alakea street; branch,
J .ere bant street .
& Draying Co , Ltd.
In paper pots for growing on small
ferns, carnations, begonias, roses,
primulas. 10c each. 1 doz. German
Nursery, Palm Bldg. Tel. 4165.
R. TANAKA. 12 FORT STREET.
Sewing machines bouyht or exchanged
Ring 3209 and we will send man to
look at old machine. 5242-Sra
Special prices this week. Rubber
iieels, 50c; half soies, sewed. 75c.
Club Stables Blk. k-5346-lm
City Transfer Co.; Jas. II. Love. Goods
packed and shipped to all parts of
the world. 5293-3m
George Talt. 174 S. King St.; Tele
phone 1874. k-5333-6m
City Transfer Co.; Jas. H. Love. Fire
proof warehouse (Hopper Bldg.) In
surance lowest rate, . 5293-3m
O. Yamamoto, 1248 Nuuanu. Experi
enced shirt and pajama maker. Carry
all material. Prices reasonable.
E. Iyeda, 1292 Fort. cor. KukuL Shirts,
pajamas, underwear and children's
clothes made to order. k-5298-3m
K. Pujihara, Kukul lane. Shirts, pa
jamas, neckties made to order.
1250 Fort Shirts', pajamas, kimonos.
. . k-5327-6m .
Furniture bought and sold. We buy
any saleable household goods. Fu
kuda. King and South; Phone 162t
Louis Petrillo, 1387 Emma. Expert.
Latest machinery. Repairs "while
you wait." 5291-3m
Antone Canete, cor. Alakea and King.
Work guaranteed.- k-52943m
The Pioneer, cor. Beretania and Port
Sts.; Phone 3125. Clothes cleaned,
pressed and dyed. Work called for
and delivered. 5277
Tal Chong, 1126 Nuuanu Men's suits
to order. White duck suits a spe
M. Matsuda, 1282 Nuuanu; TeL 2249
Suits made to order, 88 to 860.
Sang Chan, McCandless Bldg. High
class work. White duck and flan
nels a specialty. k-5337-m
Sang Cbong, 35 S. King, cor. Bethel.
Best quality material and workman
ship. Fit guaranteed.
H. Yamamoto, 682 S. King; Phone
3308. Can furnish best references.
F. Mutsuishi, 1178 Nuuanu. Tinsmith
and sheet iron worker. Water pipe
and gutter work in all its branches.
Estimates furnished.. Tel. 3858.
Lin Sing Kee, 1044 Nuuanu; Tel. 2990.
Tinsmith, plumber, hardware, etc
Rebuilt Underwoods, Visible Reming
tons, L. C. Smiths, Olivers, Yosts,
Monarchs, Smith Premiers, Fox,
etc. Every machine guaranteed.
120 S. King St; Tel. 3306.
I TIRES REPAIRED.
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
City Transfer Co. (Jas. H. Love). Bag
gage, furniture and piano movers.
"Argental" is the name of a new ai-lo'-
intended to be used as a substi
tute for silver. It was discovered by
"A" A. McAdams. It is composed most
ly of aluminum, so that while havniu
all the apiearance of silver it v.eiehs
only one-third as much and will tflere
fore "go that much farther." Ordinari
ly silver and alnminum have no aftinl
iy for each other and will not make a j
good alloy, but by adding certain
chemicals the union of the two is pro I
duced. The alloy'is stronger than si 1- '
ver and is neither attacked by -ilkaTis i
as aluminum is. nor by acids as silver
ic. It can be used for everything ttiat
silver is used for and liein rrmch ;
cheaper it should furnish a very valu- ;
:il lo alloy. j
Star-Bulk'tln Ads. are Best Business
Factory, 171 Llliha. above School; TeL
2384. In stock or made to order.
K. Mizuta, 1234 Fort; TeL 3745. Re
pairing done. k-5322-3m
1 Lee Kau Co., 306 N. Beretania. Ex
pert repairers. Bring your old
wagons to us and we will make as
; good as new for very little cost
Roy Mathews, Palm Bldg. Annex. Just
prices. Close regulation. Mall orders.
PASSEXKKRS DEPARTED. J
Per O. S. S. Sonoma, for San Fran
cisco, Oct. 4: Mrs. Alma Ayer. Emil
Berndt, E. Faxon Bishop, Mrs. Bishop,
A. Brempton. Mrs. Raymond Brown,
Miss Helen Brown, Geo. J. Buxton,
Mrs. Buxton, E. J. Cowing, Mrs. Cow
ing, Mrs. T. H. Cox, J. At Crawford,
Mrs. I. A. Davis, Master Davis, Mrs.
N. Davenport, Mrs. D. F. Davenport,
R, M. Dewing, Mrs. Dewing, P. T.
Evans, T. M. Finnimore, W.'H. FIske,
Miss Ada Gee. John F. Hackfeld, F.
Hacke, Jr., E. Harklns, Mrs. Cella
Haskins, S. T. Hauser Jr., Mrs. Hauser
Mrs. M. A.' Hebbard Mrs. H. Hess,
Mrs. W. H. Himble. G. W. Jeffords.
Mrs. J. M. Kepler, Master Kepler, D.
Klnn, H. Kaiser. Mrs. Margaret
Knightley, Mrs. A. Lewis, John Lewis,
Dr. H. V. Murray, H.Neilsen, Mrs.
Nielsen, Mrs. A. H. North, Miss Helen
North, A. W. Robinson, Bob Robinson,
Richard Schmidt, H. H. Scoville, Mrs.
Oscar Sommecs, W. M. Templeton, E.
B. Thbrning, Mrs. Thornlng, Mrs.
James Wainwright, Miss Amy Wala
wright. W. E. Wall,' John Waterhouse,
Mrs. Waterhouse, Master John Water
house, Mrs. George Waterhouse, M. H.
Webb, Mrs. Webb, C. G. Wilson, Due
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Matt!.; and
Hawaii ports, Ocx. 4. E. E. Hannes
tad,' D. B. Murdoch, Mrs. J. Cummlngs.
Miss Ida Williams, Richard Quinn
Major Wooten, Miss L. Aroms, Mr. anl
Mrs. F. Deinert, James D. Dougherty.
C. D, M. Williams, E. H. Brown, Sister
Helena, Sister-Heres V Miss E. ' Joi-es,
Sister Sllvesta, Frank Darego, Master
Ordway, Mrs. M, Howard, J. Haus-
mann, W. Knott, G. Hadley, Mr. and
Mrs. E Brown and daughter, Mrs. C.
Bean, Mrs. M. Gonsalves M. Mount
castle, E(L Fernandes," Mr and Mrs.
T. Sato, Jo Hlnau, F. M. Correa, Mr.
and Mrs. Nabaalelua and three child
ren, H. Hamamoto, S. Dol, Otto Hem-
PASSENGERS EXPECTED I
Per U. S. A. T- Logan, from ' San
Francisco, Oct 12. For Honolulu:
Maj, J. A. Penn, First Infantry; Capt
R McCleave, Second Infantry; Capt
J. H. Bryson, Firet Field; Artillery;
let Lieut Kremers, Madical Cords;
Znd Lieut Polhemus. Second Infantry;
2nd Lieut. Robertson, First Infantry;
2nd Lieut. Young, Fifth Cavalry; 2nd
Lieut Hineman, First Field Artillery; 4
2nd Lieut MaxwelL
t PASSENGERS BOOKED. t
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo di
rect, Oct. 5. Miss M. Hutchen, Jamie
Gibb, George S. Waternouse, Mrs. A.
Per stmr. KInau, for Kauai ports,
Oct. 8 Paul SchmMt
Per str. Mauna Loa, for Kona and
Kalu ports, Oct. 11. Mr. and Mrs. P.
A. de la Nux.
Per stmr. Claudine, for Maui arid
Hawaii ports, Oct 18. Mr. and M-s.
H. P. Wood, R. K. Bonine.
have various troubles
The Philippine Islands are passing
through a series of unusual experi
ences. They have the severest short
age of rice the staple food of the
country of recent years, the sugar
market is unsatisfactory, there has
been a severe drought that inflicted
material damage, locusts and rinder
pest add their part to the complica
tions of the time, and there is a
money stringency. The people have
been compelled to draw on their
money reserves to purchase rice, and
this has drained the country of many
millions of pesos. On the other hand,
tobacco and copra are commanding
good prices, and high values are re
ported for good hemps. The Govern
ment is also exerting itself, having
freed large sums of money for public
works in nearly every Province anci
lent of its resources to the financial
institution that carries the largest
share of the sugar loans. The sugar
outlook is distinctly more promising,
says the Manila Times, and if fair
prices are realized the general situa
tion largely will be saved.
Are you happy. dear?
i?he I'm within a hat and two
gowns and a parasol of being so.
.Ww Orleans Times-Democrat.
A tirat Lat Jtiv - an Aflrf
Wnuer I'il - tor 0n filia
tion, no griping Price 25c
TESSRLS TO ARRIT1
Sunday, October 6.
Manila via Nagasaki Sherman, U.
S. A. Transport.
Maui and Molokai ports Mikahala,
Kauai ports KInau, strar.
Monday. October 7.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia,
P. M. S. S.
TuesJay, October 8.
Sydney via Auckland and Suva-
Marama. C.-A. S. S.
Hilo direct Mauna Kea, stmr,
Kona and Kau ports Kilauea, str.
Wednesday. October 9.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S.
Victoria and Vancouver Zealandla
C.-A. S. S.
Hawaii via Maui Ports Claudlne,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. stmr.
Friday, October 11.
Central and South America ports
Hongkong Maru. Jap. stmr.
Saturday, October 12.
Salina Cruz via San Francisco and
Puget Sound ports Virginian. A.
San Francisco Logan, U. S. A.
Monday, October 14.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S.
Tuesday, October 15.
Hongkong, via Japan ports Cfilna,
p. m. s. s. . ; - : ' ;
Hilo direct Mauna Kea. stmr.
Friday, October 18.
San Francisco Korea, P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, October 22. . '
Hongkong via Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. S. S. '",.;:
Friday, October 25.
San Francisco-Shinyo Maru, Jap.
stmr. . . " ' ; ..
Monday, October 23. ' i
San Francisco Sonoma, O, 8. 8
Tuesday, October 23.
Hongkong via Japan . ports Chlyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.: y V
San - Francisco Wllhelmlna,- M. t N.
TESSE1S TO D27ACT
f Saturday, October 8.
Kokalaleley Paauilo, Kulalau, Oooka
la, Laupahoehoe and; Papaaloa Maul,
str.,- 4 p. m. ": : . . - ' ,
San Pedro, San Francisco, Vancou-'
ver Workman Br stmr. '
Hilo direct Mauna Kea, stmrv 4
p. m. , -V.'v'-'" ;'. y':'-.
Astoria Koju Maruv Jap. stmr.
' Sunday, . October 6. . u
San Francisco Sherman, V: 8. A.
T, p. m. '; -"s. ; '
oir Monday, 'October 7, Vs ';
San Francisco Siberia,, P. M. 8. 8.
Kauai ports Noeau, stinr. B p.' n.
Tuesday, .October 8.
Vancouver, and Victoria Manuaar
C.-A. S. S. ' . - -
. Maul, Molokai an Lanai porfJ-Ml-kahalav
stmr., 5 p. nu y '. , ;
Kauai ports KInau, stmt, 5 p. in.
. k Wednesday October1 . ; --
Sydney via- .Suva and Auckland : -'
Zealandla, C.-A. S. 8. , ;
San Francisco WUhelmlxtav U. N.
S. S., 10 a: ra. . : 1 .
Hilo, via way ports M&naA Kta,
stmr., 10 a. m. . ' -:yA : ';
. " Thursday, October 10. v -
Kauai ports W.: G. HalL atmrv 6
P. m. ' ' ' '. -
' Friday, October .11. V .
Hawaii; via.-Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p. m. . : ;v
Saturday, October 12. '
Hongkong , via Japan ports Persia. ,
P. M. S. 8.
Hilo direct Mauna Kea, stmr 4
p. m. . - : - i--:
Tuesday, October 15.'
San Francisco China, P. M. 8. 8.
Friday, October 18. :
Hongkong : via Japan ' ports Korea,
P. M. S. S. ; y '. ' --' :, V..
Saturday,' October 19. ;. -?:
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8. ,
Friday, October 25.
Hongkong t ia Japan ports Shlnyo
Maru, Jap, stmr.. -. ; . , V
Monday, October 23.
Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma,
O. S. S., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, October 29.
San Francisco Chiyo Maru, Japv t
stmr. ' ' . '
Mails are due from the. following
points as follows: '
San Francisco Honolulan, Oct 9.
Victoria Zealandla, Oct 9.
Colonies Marama,- Oct 8.
Yokohama Siberia. , Oct 8.
Mails will . depart for the follow
ing points as follows:
Yokohama Persia, Oct 12.
Vancouver Marama, Nov. 8.
Colonies Zealandla, Oct 9.
San Francisco Transport, Oct 6.
1 TBAH8P0BT 8EBTIC3
Logan, sailed from Honolulu for 8aa x
Francisco, arrived Sept 12.
Sherman, from Manila, for 'Honolulu
and San Francisco, sailed Sept 16.
Sheridan, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, arrived Apr. 7.
Crook, at San Francisco.
Buford, stationed on Pacific Coast.
Warren, stationed at the Pbilipplaea.
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila Sept 14.
Supply, sailed from Honolulu for Se
attle, June 15.
Dix. from Honolulu for Manila, ar
rived Sept. 1.
Rheumatic pains are aggravated by
cold, damp weather and many hard
working, middle-aged people are
made miserable during much of the
winter and spring months by reason
vi ima. i ucir suiiermg may oe very
much relieved, and in many cases per.
manently, by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and massaging the parts
with the pahn of the hand at each ap
plication. This relieves the pain and
makes sleep and rest possible. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., agents for HawaiL