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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, DEC 30, 1912.
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IPI HEW SERVICE
The proposition to establish a direct
freight-carrying uervice between
' Southern California and the Hawaiian
irtanaV has again tteen revived." with
the dispatch of the bark Nuuanu from
San Diego, last week, well laden with
a general cargo .destined for Honolu
lu. 'Robert R, McEidowney cf this
Icitj.lt-la said, will represent l'jew
r line, ( and look after the interest of
the Teasel during SU'stay at thi port
'The attempt to inaugurate a sail or
steamer service- between the south
coast of California and Honolulu has
-covered an extended period. Two
years ago the Crescent Wharf and
Warehouse Company,1 with headquar
ters at Los Angeles,! took over the
venerable bark Alden. Besse. This
vessel completed one or two round
trips to San Pedro and San Diego, and
then became a storage ship and also
the "aettlng for a series of moving-
picture dramas. ;
, Captain Frederick Miller of this
City was one of the pioneer promoters
In endeavoring to establish profitable
trade relations between Southern Cal
ifornia exporters and Hawaii Import
ing houses. -
. The, bark Kuuanu. one - a well
khown packet in the New; York-round-tbe-Horn
trade, passed Into the con
trol' of Captain Barneson some months
ago. The vessel was given a large
shipment of hardwood- railway ties
end lumber, and was dispatched from
Hllo for San Diego. - v V
v Itls' understood that the vessel de
parted from the California port with
shipments of brick; cement, beef, hay
and a; general line of sundries. .
tTbe ftrrlval of the; Nuuanu,-and an
other attempt to establish a more or
less regular -means of transportation
between Honolulu . and island ports
and' Sari DIegO or Los Angeles will be
watched with Interest by local as well
as coast shipping interests.
RoVgh Weather Delay Zealand is
v Weather . to the northward of the
; .Hawaiian Islands and in the track of
. steamers voyaging between Hie' Sound
. and Honolulu is' declared as greatly
Interfering with the progress of ibe
' Canaflian-Australian liner Zealandia,
.now en route from Arancouver' and
.Victoria.? The . vessel was to have ar
rived at Honolulu on Wednesday
morning. A wireless message re
ceived yesterday at the agency; of IT.
H:Davles & Co. was , to the effect
that the Zealandia would not reach
'Honolulu before" Thursday morriiu?.
The steamer Is to be given a pronr.pt
dispatch for Suva, Auckland and Syd
ney. The Zealandia Is. believed will
: bring a delegation of passengers re-
r crulted from northern porta.
V V f:yf i ; ta: i . K .'.
'tforea'tteporft Sixty Pastejbcers ' '
One hundred and sixteen cabin nas-
cengers are en route from San Fran
cisco to Honolulu, Japan and China
poits, lii the Pacific Malliner Kbrea,
. - that is due to arrive at the port at an
' early hour Thursday morning attorJ
Ing to a wireless received by the Pro
motion Committee. Of this number,
64' passengers are to leave the liner
at this port The Korea has several
hundred tons ' cargo loaded at lbs
Coast and for discharge here. It all
goes well, the liner Is to be dispatched
for the coast of Asia, at five 'p'clock
" Thursday evening.1, :.
" . : - fa-
Korea Yielded Some Dcpe '-J' v.'
Prepared opium in a small quantity
was discovered by San Francisco cus
toms inspectors, according to reports
oppearing in the- Coast newspapers.
On December 9, opium to the valua of
'' $$50 was found confcealed in several
bladder skins, found in the cabin of
; an assistant engineer.; 'That official
, denied any knowledge-of' the presence
of the drug in hia stateroom. Jlis
story was believed by the Federal of
" flclals, who' are said declined to, make
an arrest ' The oplumwas confiscated,
and destroyed. : ; " ";':'.' ;"' ... ..
Infant Industry Threatened v
', The elimination' of Hllo as a; port
of call for- the steamer Claudine Is
declared 'as threatening an Infant in-
. , dustrr, w hich1 in' the form of a small
A pel -factory recently 'established at
L i Wailuku; has been snipping quantities
, of the product to Hawaii in this ves-
r t eL It is now claimed that the pol
- ' can not be forwarded from McGregor
, landing while; the expense ;of trans-
:t porting the food overland to Lahaina,
is believed' to great for profit
i "' Sparks From the Wireless u .
The Pacific ilatl liner China last
sight reported to the Kahukn wireless
station that she was. 554 mils off ond
V' would arrive In Honolulu. at x four
V o'clock this afternoon. She has 112
li tbns of cargo for Hdnblnlu. - ' -.'
- 1 The wireless ; station was also in
v J touch with the T. K. It S. S. HonV
: - kong Mara, that arrived here this
v morning for South America! and with
the Tenyo aMni through the Hon?
fv kong Mara. ' '
V.:"- 'laa -"; .
I i : Enterprise Salted with Sugar,
jb : Sugar and other lines of products
from Hawaii were' -Shipped to the
coast in '.the Matson Navigation
steamer Enterprise, which is reported
to have' sailed from Hilo for San
Franclcso" oh; Saturday. The Enter
crlse is said to have carried a few
- passengers. " - .
. . Kauai SUoar. I
n Officers in the Inter-Island steamer
iv KInau report the following sugar as
1? awaiting shipment at Kauai ports:
" ICS. M, 450; V.-K., 1300; C. & R,
2106; K. P 1367; L. P., 1950;. McB,
- 30,155; M. A. 13.405.
HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
Flll! to the hatches with' a large
and varied carago from China and
Japan destined for most every -port
of call along the Central and South
American coast, the Toyo KIsen Kai
f ha liner - Hongkong " Maru la an ar;
probably remain until tomorrow
evening before proceeding to the.
west coast ' v
Six hundred tons coal are going in
to the Vessel, now. lying at Richards
street wharf. The (Hongkong Maru
is believed by her Japanese officers
as making the last trjp over the South
Before the liner departed from Ja
pan, It was freely stated that upon
tetnrning to her home ports the ves
t would receive some general re
pairs and overhauling and enter the
intermediate service now maintained
by the Toyo KIsen Kalsha in the
Hongkong, Japan, , Honolulu and, San
rTancisco nne, wntcn at present op
erates the Nippon Maru to cater to
this class of business.
" The Hongkong Maru did not en
counter one of the several typhoons
that appear' to be making themselves
rather prominent along 1 the China
and Japan coasts during the past six
weeks. V ; ; ;
he vessel brings no cargo or pas
sengers for Honolulu. The ..through
!ist of travelers Include 4 -ca,bin, 38
second cl&zi and 215 Asiatic steer
age passengers, all destined for Cen
tral or South America. r j ;
Fifteen sacks of late oriental mail
were received by local pos toff ice of
ficials from this vessel. ;. ;
Honololan Report ? ; ; ,
The following wireless message has
been received by the agents of the
8. S. Hofiolulan, bound for Honolulu:
S. a HONOLULU, 8 p.'m., Dec. 28.
For Honolulu 266 bags' mall; 111
packages Wells-Fargo express matter,
8 automobiles, 2,106 tons cargo; 28
passengers. For Port Allen; 103 tons
cargo; - Kaanapali, 8 tons cargo; Ka
hului, 176 tons cargo; Hllo, 1 8 tons
cargo. Ship, will arrive Tuesday
forenoon and dock at the Hackfeld
wharf. i : v -, -. ; w '
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Local; Notice to Mariners. . ! -
Hawaiian Islands. Oahu island,
south side, Honolulu harbor. Channel
Light No. 5, a fixed white lens-lantern
light supported on a pile, has : been
carried away. Until such time as it is
replaced a second-class can buoy will
be substituted In Its stead from which
a vhite hand lantern will be exhibited
nightly.- -: --,.' !
By order of the commissioner of
lighthouses. ' ,
K, V ; .i ; . 'A T ' !
Anyd Mant for South i Americjin Suni
The big new passenger and freight;
carrier now building at Nagasaki, Ja
pan, for the Toyo KIsen Kalsha Cen-i
tral and South American,' run' will be'
named the Anyo Maru: This vessel: is
to be ready for service In June and is1
expected to make the first call at Ho-j
nolulu on her maiden voyage;, on or'
about July 4th. 'The Anyo Maru will
take the' place of the Hongkong Maru,'
which Is predicted by officers in that
liner, to soon enter the San Francisco
intermediate trade. ' " ..' K '.
' ; -China
This Afternoon. ;
The Pacific Mall liner China from
the Orient is expected to arrive at Ho
nolulu before close of business this
evening. The vessel will In all prob
ability be dispatched for San Francis
co at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning,
taking but a few. cabin passengers.
Honolulan Due In The Morning.
Bringing 28 cabin passengers, 2582
tons general cargo, and 119. packages
express matter, the Matson Navigation
liner Honolulan from San Francisco
Is to arrive at an early hour tomorrow
morning, and will berth at Hackfeld
Wharf.' 5 ; ' i Z-.,::.y;::i .
The vestel has 176 jtons freight for
discharge at Kahului. Seven automo
biles are included in the list of cargo
for Honolulu. '
Must keep Lookouts.
Supervising Inspector of Steam Ves
sels JohqK. Bulger announced yester
day he had issued an order to all
shipowners operating on the Pacific
coast that in the future a proper look
but must be on duty at night when a
vessel is' under way In foggy or misty
weather. Any master of a vessel who
neglects this rule will have his license
Zans Prepares For Sea.
The American schooner Ethel Zane
is being prepared for sea, and it is
the present intention to dispatch the
vessel for the Sound . on Tuesday
evening. The wlndjainnier. is to go
to quarantine wharf for a fumigation
before taking her departure from this
port The vessel arrived here on De
cember 14th Mth lubber consigned
to Allen & Robinson.1
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Keauhau Taken from Hawaii Run.
The special HIIo-Kona and Kau
run, covered - by the Inter-Island
Kteamer Keauhou for the , past three
months, has been discontinued, the
Keauhou returning to Honolulu yes
terday for a general overhauling.
The schedule,' which called for the
weekly departure of the ' Keauhou
from Hilo, for calls at ports along
the Kona coast, proved unprofitable.
It is claimed that business was insuf
licient to warrant the vessel making
a regular weekly visit to ports Includ
ing Laupahoehoe, Paauhau, Mahu
kona. Kawalhae, Kallua and Napoo-
VESSELS TO AND - t
FROM THE ISLANDS;
Special Cable to HerehaiU
3fonday, Dec. ?0.
HILO Sailed. Dec. 28, 5 p. m
Hyades. for San Trancisco.
Sailed, Dec. 28, 6 p. in., S. S
terprise, for San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Dec. 30, S. S.
Tenyo Maru, hence Dec. 19.
Sailed, Dec. 30, S. S. Manchuria,
for Honolulu. t
EUREKA -r-; Arrived, Dec. '.30, S. S.
Saint Kllda. heace Dec. 19.
SAN FRANC I SCO Arrived Dec. 30,
9 a. m., S. S. Siberia, hence Dec.
S. S. CHINA .Will arrive from Yo
kohama aboht 4 p. m. today, and
proceed to San Francisco about 10
a. m. Tuesday.
S. S. HONOLULAN Arrives from
San Francisco Tuesday forenoon
with 28 passengers, 266 bags mail, 8
autos, 2106 tons cargo. For " Port
Allen, 103 tons cargo; Kaanapali, 8
tons cargo; Kahului, 176 tons cargo;
Hilo, 8 tons cargo,
S.'S. KOREA Arrives from San
Francisco Thursday 7 a..m. and will
probably proceed to Yokohama
about 5 p. m.
S. S. ZEALANDIA Arrives from
Victoria Thursday morning and will
proceed to Sydney about the after
noon same day. 1 ; !v
The.. Inter-Island will now- use the
Keauhou as a "tramp" steamer. The
vessel is to make Hilo her home port
end to be sent frpm Hawaii on an
occasional trio to Maul as weil as
along the coast,: where business is
sufficient quantities Is offered.
Much Sugar from Island Ports.
A quantity of sugar was received
yesterday with the arrival of several
Inter-Island steamers. - The Helene
trom Hawaii," including Paauhau, Ho-
nokaa and Kohalele, brought, in ad
dition to sugar, 101,000 paving blocks,
708 hardwood -ties, 30 cords wood,
and 14 packages sundries. '
The Likellke, also a Sunday arrival.
returned - from - Maui, Molokai and
Lanai porta with 128 pigs, 25 crates
chickens, 200 head sheep and 130
The Hall, back from an extra trip
10 Kauai, orougm ouuu sacKs : sugar
and several packages sundries.;
Sugar to the' amount of 400 sacks
was received with the arrival of the
cteamer KInan. f
Pursers In these vessels report fair
weather with moderate winds and
Sugar has dropped a quarter of a
cent for Hawaiian in New York ac
cording to, the following cablegram to
Alexander & Baldwin, L.W., receivea
"A sale Of sugar that effects the
basis "for Hawaiian sugar has been
made at 3.73. Market weak.
"Cubas for January delivery are of
fered at 3,54."
AS the last report to the planters
quoted 3.98 for centrifugals, th? sale
above mentioned is a drop of 0.25.
CH R1STM AS FOR SAILORS.
The Seamen's Institute will hold its
annual dinner for all the sailors in the
city at half past six o'clock tomorrow.
The dinner will , be over In time so
that all who attend will not miss, any
of the fun at the carnival, and at elev
en o'clock services' will be held in tre
Sailors from all the sbip3 m tie
port are invited to be present. a3 well
tLt. other friends of the Institute. .
" USABLE CUASM"
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tt Poets and writers hare rated tt
tt about beautiful scenes : here's B
tt another opportunity) and a fine St
1 one. - tt
tt V (YoaH Admire!) tt
Believing that Nineteen-Thirteen will far
1 1912 in true prosperity
extends cordial and sincere
Best Wishes for all in saying "Happy New Year.
A COTBOY FOR LOYE" tt
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tt Some men haie hit, the range tt
tt thru crime, cards or cussedness. tt
tt This one had a better object, tt
tt and made good. tt
8 (BullyGood!) tt
In consideration of 10,000; Robert
Horner has given and quit-claim to
Albert Horner all .of his remaining
right .title and interest in the Kuiaia't
mill and the Kukaiau landing. Hama
kua,' anud in and to all the ..property
and assets owned by the partnership
now or hertofore known a sJohn'I.
Horner & Sons," but not conveying aiy
Interest in the sum of 517,089.58 divid
ed proflts'.from said mill now standing
on the books of H. Hackfeld & Co..
Ltd., to the credit of J. M. Horner &
Sens, but intending to convey any in
terest' in undivided probits in th
hands of T. H. Divies & Co.,Ltd.,
which have not been paid to H. Hack
feld & Co., as agents for J. M. Horner
& Sons, or otherwise, or to the said
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered of Record December 2S, 1912,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Albertlna K Paniani to Louis D
Warren .. ... M
Jacob W Weinberg to James W -
: Russell Tr . . .TrSale
Entered of Record December 30, 1912,
' from 8:30 c m. to 10:30 a. m.
Holoikaula Uo and hsb by af ft of
mtgee to Kwong Yee Aiona .
.. .. ...... ........ ForcAffdt
Holoikaula Uo and hsb by mtgee
to Kwong Yee Aiona ... . . ForcAffdt
KahikI (k) to Kama! (w) ...... D
Solomon Meheula and ; wf to Ja-
cintho Alves ..' . , ...... . D
Y. M. I. CHRISTMAS.
Thje Y. Ttl. I. Christmas tree enter
talnment will be held at Dreier Ha!l,
Union street at 7:30. o'clock this
evening, arrangements., having been
completed to give two hundred child
ren of the members of the Institute
a genuine surprise. The ladies of the
auxiliary were busy fitting up the
place.'this morning for the arrival of
Santa Claus. There will be Aplenty of
music i ahd " refresliments. and 1 the
Catholic; Boy Scouts .will be there to
keep the children - In order. Friends
of ' the Institute are. cordially invited
to attend., .' K
s ' The board ;of ?harbor commissioners
will hold its" regular weekly meeting
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Tenders for the it contract lor con-i
structlng the Walkane . wharf will be
opened.:. This project will cost in the
neighborhood of.. $7,000.
ADD ELGIN FUNERAL
The'pallbearers will be R, C. Stack-
able, JD. Dougherty; W. Williamson,
A-; L Castle, G. E. Schaefer and J. W.
BEST LAUNDRY. WORK AND DRYCLEANING
777. King Street
Please don't forget your order for
New Year's Eve
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pimc loughiitrts :
at the German
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1185 Alakea St.
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No. 229 TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF-iAND, REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII TO E. H.
F. WOLTERS; .IUWAUAN
ELECTRIC CO.. LTD TERRt-
TORY OF HAWAII, by Alexan
der Lindsay, Jr., Attorney Gen
eral and H K. BISHOP. Super
intendent or Public Works; CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
by Joseph" J. Fern, Mayor and
President of the Board of Super
Visors; and to ALL whom it may
concern: , ;
Whereas,' a petition has been pre
sented to said court by Charles M.
Cooke, Limited, to register and con
firm its title in the following-described
Beginning afi the West corner, of
this piece' and' the South corner of
Land Court Petition No. 86, on the
Northeast side of Merchant Street,
said point being hocated : by the fol
lowing traverse from a Government
survey Street Monument near the
West corner of Alakea and Merchant
a. 270' IV 61.41 feet to the' initial
. point of L. C. Pet No. 86.
b. 307 11' 34.40 feet, to the initial
point of this lot, and thence
running by true aaimuths:
1. 227 50' 20.5 feet, along L. C. Peti
tion No. 86; r j
2. 232 07' 48.2 feet, along LJ C. Peti
tion No. S6; ,
3. 314 11' 1.0 feet, along fence;
4. 230 2579.13 feet along fence; '
5. 32240' 52.50 feet, along the South
west .side of King street;
07' 81.50 feet, along' the Ha-
7. 42 20' 51.45
Electrlc Light build-
feet, along the Ha
Electric Light build-
S. 127 11' 58.90 feet along the North
east side of Merchant Street
to the point of beginning.
Area 7320 square feet'. '
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
be held at the City and County of
Honolulu on the 28th day of; January
A. D. 1913, at two o'clock hi the af
ternoon, to show cause if any you
have, why the prayer of said petition
jthould not be granted. - And unless
you appear at said Court at the. time
and place aforesaid your default ' whl
be recorded, and the said petition
will be taken as confessed, and .you
will be forever barred from , contest
ing said petition br any decree en
tered thereon. . -
Witness the Honorable William L.
Whitney, Judge t of said Court, this
23rd day of December in the year
nineteen hundred and twelve.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Signed) J,CHN M ARCALLINO,
(Seal) ' :." , Registrar.
, 5431 Dec. 31, Jan. 7, 14 21.
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tt -AVERY'S DREAM"
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tt can see more wonderful things tt
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tt lieve' them true. " . tt
it (512-3 Laughs!) tt
tt (Tonfcht) tt
tt THE SNOW MAW tt
tt Tliose who hare never known
tt Winter joys and those who
tt h;ue ! will cuddle this film
tt tight in their memory,
tt (The Kids Roar!)
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MAIN OFFICES ............ .". . r. . . . ... . I . . . . IOCS ALAKEA-' STRSTT
f v-'i .- TelephonejEdltorlal EoeaaSISii Baslness Office ZZli
w'H be a scene of gaiety and good cheer. On
both days a Special Dinnerlwill be served, and
Musical Entertainment; p ojHilar and high-c!a
wilrbe provided during the evening. c 1 ?
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ST" Patrons are respectfully asked to bear la mind
that, table reserTat!on'on w TTears Etc will hold good
for' the dinner hours onlj, -
. jjT" A 'welceme Is extended to'al! to remain and see
"the OfiT Tear out and the Xew Year In." In fact, the
Cufe will be open until the early hoars of the morning t
but tables will not be reserved- after 8 p. m.
r 'iThe'-; cable supply: schooner Flaur-'
ence Ward has left Midway Island for
Honolulu. The little schooner sailed
from the mid-Pacific ' cable station on
last Friday. 'The vessel has complet
ed this passage in eleven days. ' ;
Many holiday visitors are Included
In the list of passengers to. return to
Maul ports in the Inter-Island steam
er ' Claudine. ' ' '," - .. '
Receives careful attention at our
hands, hence tHe satisfaction ex
perienced by our patrons. Qual-
ily backed by;
dependable, are , factors in our
success". , May we count you as
a customer in 191S? Command
us any time
C. PEflCOCIt & GO.,
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant near Fort
I VU1 il L.V V Ul. U
' Freight for Hawaii will be forward
ed to Mahukona and Kawalhea in the
Inter-Island steamer Iwalani, sched
uled to depart -for the Big Island at
4 o'clock, this afternoon.
A general cargo of supplies will be
forwarded to Kauai porta In the Inter
Island steamer Nocau, scheduled to
depart for the Oarden Island, at 5 ,
o'clock thla evening., . v
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(JAS. H. i:OVE)