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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1012.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
8. 8. Sonoma Oct. 4
8. S. Sierra Oct. 19
S. S. Ventura Nov. 1
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.,
Steamers of (he above company will rail at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT
8. 8. Persia Oct 12
8. 8. Korea Oct. 18
8. 8. Siberia Nov. 1
For general information apply to
H. Hackf eld & Co.,
T0Y0 HSEN KAISHA
Steamers of the above Company
or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT
8. 8. Tenyo Maru... v....Oct 3
8. 8. Shlnyo Maru....... Oct 25
8. S. Chlyo Maru. Nov. 21
Calls at Manila, omitting call at
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.
Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu.
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO
8. 8. Honolulan Oct 9
8. 8. Wllhelmlna... Oct 29
:.: 8. S. HILONIAN tails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about
'"OCTOBER 5. J
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu.
FOR FIJI AND AU8TRALIA
8. 8. Zeafandla..........Oet t
8. 8. Ma ram a Nov. 6
8. 8. Makura Dec 4
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
-. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP .COMPANY.
FROM' NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Via Tehuantepee, every sixth day. Freight received at all times at the
Company's wharf, . 41st Street, 8outh Brooklyn.
FROM SEATTLE OR JACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
8. 8. MEXICAN, to tall about ....7..7.bCTOBER 26
8. 8. ALASKAN, to tail about.... ......NOVEMBER 30
For further Information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO LTD
Bents, Honolulu. CP. MORSE, General Freight Agent
For particulars see
Fred. L Waldron, Ltd.
836 Fort Street
Pan Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twines, Printing aid Writing Papers.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN PAPER &
8UPPLY CO LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets - Honolulu
Phone 1416 Geo. G. Guild. Gen. Mgr.
SUr-BnlleUa Ad, air Rest Business
Getter ; .. ,
FOR SYDNEY, N. 8. W.
8. 8. Ventura Sept 30
8. S. Sonoma Oct. 28
8. 8. Ventura Nov. 25
- General Agents
FOR 8AN FRAMCISCO
8. 8. Siberia Oct 8
S. S. China Oct. 15
S. S. Manchuria Oct. 22
will call at and leave Honolulu on
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO
8. S. Chlyo Maru Oct. 29
8. 8. Nippon Maru Nov. 19
S. S. Shlnyo Maru Dec. 17
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
8. 8. Wllhelmlna Oct. 9
S. S. Honolulan.. Oct 16
ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO.
8. 8. Marama .'..Oct 8
8. 8. Makura. Nov. 5
8. S. Zealandla.,. Dec 3
LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations t7;30 a. m., 9:i& a. m.,
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m.,
5:15 p. pa., $9:30 p. m., tll:15 p. m.
For Wafliawa and Leilehua 10:20
a. m 5:15 p. m., $9:30 p. m., 1 11 : 15
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Walanae 8:36 a. m., 5:31
Arrlre Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17: 45 a. m., 8:36 a. m.,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m 4:26 p. m.,
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa 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), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:36 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae
outward, and Walanae, Waipahu and
Pearl City Inward.
Dally. tSunday Excepted, $Sun
G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH,
Superintendent G. P. A.
PfaotO'Engravrng of highest grade
ran be seenred from the Stsr-Dalletln
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
ican Express Company and
Thos. Cook 6. Son.
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
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, TOUR
ISTS' BAGGAGE AND
Ewa Plantation Company
Waialua Agricultural Co.,
Kohala Sugar Co.
Apokaaf Sugar Co., Ltd.
Matson Navigation Co.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Capital Subscribed . . .48,000,000
Capital Paid Up 30,000,000
Reserve Fund 17,850,000
General banking '
for 31 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 AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and
Merchant Sts. Telephones 2421
and 1594. P. O. Box 168.
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale By
J. A. GILMAN
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
8T0VES and RANGES
Corner King and Bishop Streets
Phone No. 3067
SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS
They tell about the Trus-Con fine
of technical finishes and enamels for
all kinds of painting, damp droofing
and water proofing.
HONOLULU iRON WORKS CO.
Photo-EncrraTlne of highest grade
can be secured from the Star-Bulletin
When you entrust your hauling to us you may depend upon its
being done promptly No half-way business about us.
Honolulu Construction & Graying Co , Ltd.
Castle & Cooke,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company
Maui Agricultural Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Company
McBryde Sugar Company
Kahului Railroad Company
Kauai Railway Company
Haiku Fruit and Packing Co.
Kauai Fruit and Land Company
C. Brewer & Co.
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
FIRE & 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.
Waimanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotive Works
CoBjalting, Designing ana Cea-
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
Of All Kinds
DEALERS IN LUMBEI
ALLEN k SCBINSON
Queen Street Honolulu
Everything In the printing line at
S'ar.BulIetln, Alakea street; branch,
p 1 1?
PAINTER. j TRANSFER.
Chin Sung Chan. 331 Punchbowl, nr.
King. Tel. l'JIS. House painting, pa
perhanging, polishing, graining,
S. Shiraki, 1102 N'uuanu; Tel. 4137.
Tainting and paperhanging. AH work
guaranteed. Bids submitted free.
Ilee Kau Kce, 1320 Nuuanu. House
painting, paper -ban sing. Materials
K. Tachlbahl, King nr. Punchbowl
Contracts house painting, etc.
Nleper's Express, Thone 1916. Piano
and furniture moving. 5288-3m
The Occidental, King and Alakea.
Give us a trial once and you will
become a regular patron.
The Pacific, King and Nuuanu. We
sell ?5 meal tickets vfor $4.50.
Bargains in real estate on seashore
plains and hills. Telephone 1602
"Pratt" 101 Stangenwald Bldg.
Hon. Soda Works, 34 A N. Beretania;
Chas. E. Frasher, mgr.
In paper pots for growing on small
ferns, carnations,, begonias, roses,
primulas, 10c each, $1 doz. German
Nursery, Palm Bldg. Tel. 4165.
R. TANAKA, 1268 FORT STREET.
Sewing machines bought or exchanged
Ring 3209 and we will send man to
look at old machine. 5242-6m
Special prices this week. Rubber
heels, 50c; half soles, sewed, 75c.
Club Stables BIk. k-5346-lm
City Transfer Co.; Jas. H. Love. Goods
packed and shipped to all parts of
the world. 5293-3m
George Tait, 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.
5 290-3 m
K. Iyeda, 1292 Fort, cor. Kukui. Shirts.
pajamas, underwear and children s
clothes made to order. k-5298-3m
K. Fujihara, Kukui lane. Shirts, pa
jamas, neckties made to order.
1250 Fort Shirts, pajamas, kimonos.
Furniture bought and sold. We buy
any saleable household goods. Fu
kuda. King and South; Phone 1623
Louis Pefrlllo, 1387 Emma. Expert.
Latest , machinery. Repairs "while
you wait." 6291-3m
Antone Canute, cor. Alakea and King.
Work guaranteed. k-5296-3m
The Pioneer, Beretania and Emma
Sts.; Phone 3125. Clothes cleaned, b,.rn was arqijred by the Jetsam Shin
pressed and dyed. Work called for,,Illg company for $-U'),ooo, and was at
and delivered. 5277 ; that time renamed the Hill Craig. Now
Tai Chong, 1126 Nuuanu Men's suits she is old to the Nippon Yusen Kai
to order. White duck suits a Bpe-i shd for $270,000. a price indicating how
cialty. k-5301-2m I b(1ly larSe capacity freighters are
needed in the Orient.
M. Matsuda, 1282 Nuuanu; Tel. 2241
Suits made to order, (8 to ISO.
Sang Chan, McCandless , Bldg. High-
class work. White duck and flan-,tne
nels a specialty. k-5337-6m
Sang Chong, 35 S. King, cor. Bethel.
Best quality material and workman
ship. Fit guaranteed.
Rebuilt Underwoods, Visible Reming
tons, L, C. Smiths, Olivers, Yosts,
Monarchs, Smith Premiers, Fox,
etc. Every machine guaranteed.
120 S. King St.; Tel. 3306.
1 City Transfer Co. (Jas. H. Love). Bag-
gage, furniture and piano movers.
II. Yamamoto. 6S2 S. King; Phone
330S. Can -furnish best references.
k 5245 ly
F. Mutsuishi, 1178 Nuuanu. Tinsmith
and sheet iron worker. Water pipe
j and gutter work in all its branches.
Estimates furnished. Tel. 3858.
j Un Sins Kee, 1044 Nuuanu; Tel. 2990.
j Tinsmith, plumber, hardware, etc
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
Factory, 1719 Lillha. above School; Tel.
2384. In stock or made to order.
K. Mizuta. 1284 Fort: TeL 3745. Re
pairing done. k-5322-3m
Lee Kau Co., 306 N. Beretania. Ex
pert .repairers. Bring your old
wagons to us and wo will make as
good as new for very little cost
Roy Mathews, Palm Bldg. Annex. Just
prices. Close regulation. Mall orders.
I WATERFRONT NOTES '
-. r- f
Another Steamer Pays Toll to
Another steamer, the O. S. K. Nan
yetsu Maru II, was caught in the ty,
phoon of the 16th instant in Formo
san waters, the two previous victims
being the British steamer Dacre Cas
tle, which was wrecked off Keelung,
and the N. Y. K. chartered steamer
Bushu Maru, which ran aground at
Takao. The Nanyetsu ran aground off
Taikanroku, at the southern end of
the island, at 8 p. m. on the 16th. She
sustained serious damage to her hull.
and shows a considerable list to the
starboard stern, about half the hull
being flooded. The vessel had a nar
row escape from being capsized. Her
deck fittings were' badly damaged ahd
two life-boats smashed, while the
starboard anchor chain parted. The
passengers and crew were all landed.
According to a report of the com
mander of the Japanese destroyer Shi
ranui, which was sent to the scene of
the accident, there is little hope of
salving the vessel. The Nanyetsu
Maru II (late Potokino) is of 2,128
tons gross, and was built at Dumbar
ton in 1890.
Lumber Rates Go Soaring.
The half dozen windjammers eith
er loading at Puget Sound ports or
enroute to Honolulu with lumber, are
said will net the owners a far larger
revenue upon the Investment owing
to fho rapid and constant increase in
The contrast in the existing lumber
rates and those paid a year ago are
emphasized .by the charter of the well
known barkentine Aita, at Melbourne,
which has been fixed by shippers" in
Sydney for lumber from British Co
lumbia to Australia. The Alta waa
chartered to load for Sydney at 60
shillings. A year ago she made the
same voyage for 33 shillings and nine
pence. The British steamer Ikalis is
now on her way to Caspar to load
lumber for Australia. She will fin
ish her cargo on the Columbia. The
Ikhala, "of the same line, has arrived
in the Sound and is said not to be
under charter at present, her fixture
to Moore &. Company having expired.
Flies Japanese Flag.
Again the well known British steam
er Bannockburn has changed hands,
nd this time she changes her register
Jioi'ce and for all to the Japanese flag,
I becoming one of the many vessels op-
crating for the Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
J That company recently pur hased a
j L'OO ton freighter, which was 'being
I euild at the Russel Shipbuilding Yards
ir England. A year ago the Bannock
Royal Mail to Send Representative.
E. J. M. Nash, special agent of the
' Royal Mail Steam racket company,
;vvho is nt)NV in London conferring with
directors of the company regarci
; inR thc establishing of a service to
ithc opening of the Panama canal, is
exacted to return to the coast in
December to make arrangements for
berthing the company's steamers at
Vancouver and Victoria. Mr. Nash
spent several months investigating
conditions at Puget Sound and Brit
ish Columbia ports, and was favor
ably impressed with the prospects for
establish'!! a hraw tradp with the
I'nited Kingdom via the canal to this
TESSRLS TO 1RBITI
Monday, October 14.
Salina Crux via San Francisco and
Puget Sound ports Virginian, A.
II. S.S. -
Hongkong, via Japan ports China,
P. M. S. S.
Manila, via Nagasaki Dix, U.S.A.T.
Tuesday, October 15.
San Francisco, via Seattle IIUo
nlan. M. N. S. S.
Hilo direct Mauna Kea. strar.
Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Hawaii via Maui ports Claudlne,
Kauai ports W. C. Hall, stmr.
Friday, Oct 18.
San Francisco Korea, I. M. S. 8.
Koni an 1 Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Saturday, Oct. 19."
Hilo via ay ports Mauna Kea.
Sunday, Oct. 20.
Maul. Moiokai and Lanai porta
Fort San Luis Insing, Am, stmr.
Kauai ports Knau, stmr. .
Tuesday, October 22.
Hongkong via Japan porta Mao
churia, P. M. S. S.
Hilo direct Mauna Kea. stmr. :
Wednesday, Oct. 23. .
Newcastle, N. S. W. Guernsey. Br.
lia Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr. ' : ,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr."
Friday, October 25.
San Francisco Shlnyo Maru, Jap
Saturday, Oct. 25. -Hilo
via way porta Mauna , ICca,
Monday, October 23.
San Francisco Sonoma, O. 8. S.
Tuesday, October 29.
Hongkong via Japan porta Chlyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. It
YESSELS TO DEPICT
Monday Oct. 14.
Manila via Guam Logan, U. 8.; Aiv
T. 4 p. m. , - : "
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr. .
Tuesday, Oct. 15. '
Maui, Molokal and Lanal porta
Mikahala, stmr., 5 p.m.
San Francisco China, P. M. S.; 8.
Kona and Kau porta--Wallele, str.
Kauai ports Kinau.' 8tmr 5 p. m.
Wednesday, OcL 16. -
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. .
S., 10 a,.ra. , .
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., 10 a. m. .r- '.v.V
Thursday, Oct 17.
Kaual ports W. G. Hall, stmr., 5 -p.
m. 1 ' -
Friday, Oetober 18.
Hongkong Tia Japan porta Korea,
P M S S. - J :s-
' Hawaii via. Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr. . .'. ,
- - Saturday, October 19.
San Francisco Sierra. O. S. 8
Htio direct Mauna , Kea, stmr., 4
p. m '' -'
Tuesday, Oct 22. 4 .
Kona and Kau porta Mauna Loa,
stmr., noon. , ,
Friday, October 25.
Hongkong ia Japan porta Shlnyo
Maru, Jap. strar.
Monday, October 23. "
Sydney via Tago . Pago Sonoma,
O. S. S., 5 p. ra. :. '::
Tuesday, October 29.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Jap
stmr. :. - -
Mails are due from the folloirlnx
points as follows: ' L.0:
San Francisco Korea, Oct. 15. - ;
Victoriar Marama, Nov. 6. '
Colonies Ventura, Nov. 1. -
Yokonama unina, uci. xo.
Malls will depart for tha follow
ing points as follows: " e
Yokohama Shin jro aMru, Oct 25.
Vancouver Makura, Nov. 5.
Colonics Sonoma,. Oct 28.
San Francisco China, Oct 15.
j TBAN8P0BT SZBT1CK
Logan, arrived from San Francisco ,
fnr irrnrtlllll Of t. 13.
Sherman, from Manila for San Pran-
rifo sailed Oct. 7.
Sheridan, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, arrived Apr. 7.
Crook, at San Francisco.
Buford, stationed on Pacific Coast -
Warron stationed at the Phlllpplaea.
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila Spot. 14.
Supply, sailed from Honolulu for Se-;
attlf June 15.
Dix, from Manila for Honolulu, to ar
rive Oct. 12; -
I WATEKFKON'T JiOTES I
Per Mauna Kea, for Maui and Ha
waii ports, Oct. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Vv.
A. T. Bushong, Miss S. Fulnn, Alexan
der Smith, Mr. and Mrs: W. L. Barney,
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Fletcher. M. A.
Flague, P. F. Elli?- Miss J. Jobnson.
Mtss M. Johnson, Mrs. M. T. Duvati
ciielie, Mrs. H. Mundon, M. Vierra. W.
T. Chong, R. Phillips, George H. Hut
cheau, James Calder.
I PASSEXGEBS BOOKED I
Per str. Kinau. for Kauai ports, Oct
15. M. Osaki. Sister AJbertina Fran
cis Gay, Miss M. Elmhurst, Miss A.
Labenz, Mrs. Fannie Sabo.
Per stmr. Mikahala, for Maui and
Moiokai ports, Oct 15. V. M. Gcdge,
E. R. Davis.
Per stmr. Claudine. for Maui and
Hawaii ports, Oct. 18 Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Wood, R. K. Bonine, T. Osa
ki, Prof. Jaggar, L. M. Vetieson, S.
O. Crane. ,
Per str. Kinau. for Kaual ports,
Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wilcor,
Mrs. Wilcox' maid, Master Sam Wil- ;
A wealthy young Englishman, re
cently come to this country, has mar
ried an Indian girl, daughter of a
full-blooded chief. They will .reside
at Enterprise, Cal. . . -