HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY. .TAN. K. 1013.
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R. TANAKA, 1266 FORT 8TREET
Sowing machines bought or exchanged
Ring 2209 and we will nd man to
ook at old machine. l242-ro
K. Fujlhara, Kukul lane. Shtrta.
Jaxaaa, neckties made to order.
120 Fort. Shirta, pajamas, klmonoe.
Geo. Talt. 174 S. King. Tel. 1874, Rear
Union Pacific Transfer. k5333-6m.
Furniture bought and sold. We buy
any saleable household good's. Fu
kuda. King and South; Phone 1621.
City Transfer Co.; Jas. H. Love. Goods
packsde and shipped anywhere.
City Transfer Co. (Jas. H. Love). Bag
gage, furniture and piano movers.
The Pioneer, Beretanla and Emma
Sta.; Phone 8125. Clothes cleaned,
pressed and dyed. Work called for
and delivered. 6277
Bang Cnong, 26 S. King. cor. BetheL
Best quality material and workman
ship. Fit. guaranteed.
Bang, Chan, McCandlesa Bldg. High,
class work. White duck and flan
nels a specialty. k-6337-6m
Tong Sang, 22 S. Hotel; "Up-to-date
Tailor. Imported woolen suitings.
Fit guaranteed. k5301-6m.
Ta! Chong, 1126 Nuuanu, Merchant
Tailor. Satisfaction guaranteed.
F. MutsulsfcL 1178 Nuuanu. Ttnsmltn
end' sheet Iron -worker. Water pipe
and gutter vork In all Its branches.
Estimates furnished. TeL 8868.
Lin Sing Kee, 1044 Nuuanu; Tel 2990.
Tinsmith, plumber, hardware, etc
H. Tamamoto, 682 S. King; Phone
8808. Can furnish best references.
Won Lul So 75 N. Hotel St. Tel
1033. Estimates submitted.
Rebuilt Underwoods, Visible Reming
tons, L. C. Smiths, Olivers, Yosts,
Monarcha, Smith Premiers, Fox,
etc. Every machine guaranteed.
120 B. King St; TeL 3306.
You Can Find The
845 Beretania nr. Alapal
P. O. Box 35
Cable and Wireless "KEOKI"
Or riding an "Indian"
GEO. H. PARIS
Your Credit Is Good
Kactory, 1711 L;Mha. above School; Tel.
2214. la atock or made to order.
New Pa I am a. Carriage Works, .'.7" N.
Kinc, Tel. 3320. Hacks, buggies,
brakes made to order. Repairing.
Lee Kau Co.. 306 N. Beretania Ex
pert repairers. Bring your old
wagons to us and we will make as
good aa new for very little cost
Castle & Cooke
HONOLULU, T. H.
SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, TOUR
ISTS' BAGGAGE AND
Ewa Plantation Company
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kobala Sugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar! Co., Ltd.
Matson Navigation Co.
Toyo Klsen Kaisha
120 LOTS 40 by SO feet for
sale at Kallhl, right on King
8treet, near the Kallhl bridge.
Prices range from $350 to 8500
Liberal discounts will be al
lowed for cash.
Terms are very easy.
Land Co., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For Sale by
J. A. GILMAN
of AH kinds
DKALKRS IN LlMHKR
lu: & noun so
Qne?n Street - - Honoluln
j. PACIFIC ENGINEERING
J Consulting. Designing and Con-
j Uridges. Buildings, Conere'e St rue
Jtiires. Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
, terns. Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Photic 1 0 4 r, .
PhotoEngraTlng of highest grade
ran be secured from the Star-Bulletin
DYNAMITE JUROR '
NKW'CASTLK. Pa.. Jan .'.. Frank
l)are. who was foreman of the jury
which found Ryan. Tveitmoe, Hockin
iirul thirty-three other union labor
leaders guilty of conspiracy to trans
port dynamite, with which to destroy
work bing done by non-union labor,
and who came here from Indianapo
lis after the trial, has received a num
bor of communications in which he
is reviled for his jury's verdict and
his death from violence predicted.
Dare is being guarded by plainclothes
Auother Trial Soon.
LOS ANGELES. Jan. Ortie Mc
Manigal, upon whose testimony the
government leaned in its prosecution
of the McNamara brothers and the re
cently convicted union leaders at In
dianapolis, was brought back to this
city yesterday. He will be used as the
principal witness against Johansen,
against whom other charges of dyna
miting non-union buildings are pend
To the Advertiser
As a result of the warning transmit
ted to the Turkish envoys that they
must submit to the reasonable de
mands of the Allies or sacrifice the
good-will of the Powers, the ambassa
dors look for ah order tomorrow em
anating from Constantinople authoriz
ing Reshid Pasha, "under pressure,"
to consent to the stipulations as to
the surrender of Adrianople and the
Aegean islands. The ambassadors
held an informal conference at the of
fice of Sir Edward Grey this afternoon
and will canvass the situation among
the confreres at St. James palace of
ficially tomorrow. ,
Dispatches were received at Athens
today that three Turkish cruisers and
four destroyers steamed down the
Dardanelles this afternoon and engag
ed the Greek squadron. The fighting
lasted Several hours. No reports re
garding the damage have been re
ceived. Butchered by natives in New Gui
nea. . was the fate of 'two planters
named James and Hermann Weber.
The men, who were brothers, had their
plantation in the heart of the "nigger
country" and. were set upon by a sav
age tribe of Papuan cannibals, who
came from the -unexplored regions in
land. No trace of their bodies has.
been found and it is believed that they
were devoured by the blacks.
French officials on the ivory coast,
West Africa, are in future to make
their journeys- in wheelbarrows. This
is the announcement in the official
paper of the French African colonies,
which points out that the natives are
showing an increased disinclination to
cary either baggage or travelers on
President Taft and Theodore Roose
velt were under the same roof today
for the first time since it was an
nounced that both would seek presi
dential nomination at Chicago. The
last time they met together was Octo
ber, 13, Hll, at the celebration of the
jubile of Cardinal Gibbons at Balti
more. Today they sat just across the
nave from each other at the funeral of
Whitelaw Reid. Although through the
services they were within five feet of
each other they did not meet.
The political situation in Portugal
dally becomes more threatening. Ru
mors are current that one side or the
other intends to overthrow the gov
ernment and force either the procla
mation of a dictatorship or the ap
pointment of a provisional cabinet.
The secret society of the Carbinarios
is increasing in strength and now
numbers 30,000 men.
Despite the misfortune of having
only one leg and now, by reason of
an accident today, one hand. Frank
Griffin, who lives at Buckeye. Califor
nia, considers himself a lucky man.
Griffin lost his leg twenty-five years
ago, but was able to get about with
the aid of a crutch. When fooling
with a stick of giant powder this
morning it exploded, tearing off his
A sensation has been caused by the
speech of Louis Cabrea. a leader of
the progressives and the extreme pro
gressive wing in the Mexican chamber
ot deputies, in which he declares Ma
dero was deceiving the foreign bank
ers hy not admitting that a real revo
lution exists in .Mexico, which cannot
be settled under three years, and that
(onditions have gone from bad to
worse since 101".
('apt. M"ratero. commanding the
i British battle cruiser Natal, which
j brought Ambassador Reid's body irom
i England, today visited the Brooklyn
navy yard and the army post at Gov
1 ernor's Island.
Fifteen thousand needleworkers and
others fought among themselves (and
with police reserves sent out to re
store order i. in a wild rush for seats
at a meeting held this afternoon in J
the Hippodrome to take a vote for the
instruction of the Indies' Waistniak
eis' Union whether or uot to strike in
sympathy with the garment-workers.
who an now out. to th number of
Maj G n leonard Wmui. c !-,! of
staff of tli1 army. i.nd n.arshal
the inaugural parade ,-tnj i h.u: !i..m of
the roimiiitlee on military organiza
tions, is aid tojook witli d:srair on
the plan proosrd by Mrs Wiiliau
Kent, wite of Congressman Kent, of
California, and a member of the Na
tional Woman s Suffra.- Association,
to assign the women suffragists a
place in the parade hi,- i.f March A
uncertain whet'h-r they will
have tiie satisfaction of xtminin the
oil niasnate. William Rockefeller, ii is
rejxjrted that members of the Pujo
committee probing the so-called mon
ey trust have decided to subpoena the
chief factors in the former tobacco
Friends here of Mr. luke. the to
bacco king, says that he will offer no
obstacles in the way of testifying; in
fact, that he will welcome an oppor
tunity to show the. books of the trust
and prove before Congress that every
thing had been real.
That there is no likelihood of an
other Kaiipunan rising in the Philip
pints, either now or at any futurj
time, is the tenor of a report made
to the bureau of insular affairs.
According to those claiming inspired
knowledge. President-elect Wilson
practically made a gift of his Pnilip
pine policy to William .J. Bryan, and
congress will bow to Wilson's wishes
in order to throw a sop to Cerberus.
The naval committee of the house
will examine a docking device and
testing dock, which it is, proposed
shall be installed at Pearl Harbor,
and all other naval bases where
submarines are a part of the de
fenses. The dock will cost $600,000 and is
similar to that used by the Italian
navy. It is a large cylinder into
which water can be admitted and a
submarine subjected to a degrete of
pressure equal to that which is un
dergone in the actual test.
The dock minimizes . the risks of
testing submarines for service. Ef
forts are being made by the war de
partment to accelerate the appropria
tion of $158,000 for the construction
of the Coast Artillery barracks at
Fort Kamehameha, near Pearl Har
With President Taft, members' of
his cabinet, foreign diplomats and
hundreds of prominent persons pres
ent, the funeral of the late White
law Heid, American ambassador to
Great Britain, was held today. Mrs.
Reid was sufficiently recovered from
the. shock of her husband's death to
attend the public seryicei. .
, Governor Colquitt today announced
the appointment of R. VV. Johnston,
editor of the Houston Post, to suc
ceed United States Senator W. Bajley,
resigned. Johnston is the leader of
the antl-prohroition Democrats of
The Paris city council by a vote
of sixty-seven to eight decided to
acquire irom the government, the
fortifications and adjacent military
zone which it is proposed to trans
form into parks and recreation
Discussion among the friends of
James R. Keene, who died yesterday,
of the supposed wealth of the vet
eran turfman and financier, found
wide diversity of opinion today.
Some of Mr. Keene's friends think
his will is certain to dispose of a for
tune of $20,000,000; others, who claim
they are in a position to know, say
that not more than $5,000,000 will
The sailing day and hour of the
Matson steamers Lurline and Hono
lulan from San Francisco have been
changed from noon Wednesdays to
five on Tuesday afternoons.
The sailing time of the W'ilhelmina
remains the same, noon on Wed
nesday. The Lurline w ill be dispatched next
Tuesday under the new sailing hour.
Pacubes Le Vasheur while making
an oversea flight in a hydroplane,
from Fecamp, France, accompanied
by a mechanic named Mallot, met
with disaster today. The , machine
collapsed and both men fell into' the
sea and were drowned.
Combining the phonograph and
moving-picture machine, Thomas E.
Edison has demonstrated today at his
laboratory in East Orange, New Jer
sey, his most recent invention, the
kinetophone, which will be put on the
market in about iTiirty days.
-More than half a dozen small fish
ing boats were wrecked and many
hurt as a result of the gale swoop
ing' over New England today.
The Emperor of Japan, according
to a local newspaper, intends after
his coronation next November to j
make a trip to Europe on board aj
Japanese warship. j
"Is libeling a King a crime involv-j
ing the moral torpitude?" Such is the
question absorbing the attitude of
Secretary Naeal. who unlay received
the appeal for admission to the
I'nited States of Edward F. Mylius.
the English journalist threatened with
deportation from New York berause
he was convicted iu England of
criminal libel of Kinc George. His
offense consisted in publishing a
story to the effect that the King, he
for he became the heir-apparent to
the throne, contracted a morganatic
marriage, leaving his wife to wed the
present Queen. The story was an old
one. but ncr denied until after
Kinc George's coronation, when the
arrest and conviction of Mylius were
marie to forever stop the false
Wood row Wilson spent most of
Christmas Day in bd with a light at
tack of the grip. He n"fudei a large
dinutr, however, m the tening.
VKSSKLS To KKIt:
Monday, January 6
Hongkong via Japaa ports- Man
chi'ria. P. M S. S.
Tuesday, January 7.
' llilo via Lahania Mauna Koa. strur.
Wednesday. January 8.
1 Kauai ports W. (J. Hall. stmr.
Thursday. January 9.
Maui ports Claudiue. stmr.
Friday. Jaunary 10
Hongkong via Japau ports Chiyo
Maru. Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Shinyo Maru, Jap
Kona and Kau ports Kilauea, stmr
Saturday, January 11
Hilo. via way ports Mauna Kea.
Sunday, January 12
San Francisco Transport, I'. S. A
Maui, Malokai and Lanai ports -Likelike,
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr.
Tuesday, January 14
Hilo, via Lahaina Mauna Kea.
San Francisco Mexican, A. H. S. S.
Wednesday, January 15
Kauai ports V. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, January 16
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr.
Saturday, January 18
Hilo, via way ports Mauna Kea,
Monday, January 20
San Francisco Ventura. O. S. S.
Tuesday, January 2T
Hongkong via Japan porta Nine, P.
M. S. S.
Thursday, January 23
San Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Friday, January 24
Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O.
Salina Cruz vis San Francisco and
Sound ports Arizonan, A. H. S. S.
Tuesday, January 28
Sydney via Auckland and Suva
Makura, C. A. S. S.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mon
golia, P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, January 29
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
S. S. '
Vancouver and Victoria Makura,
C. A. S. S.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Mondy, January 6.
Kauai port Noeau stmr., 5 p. m.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr., 5si- m.
Tuesday, January 7.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
S. S. 10 a. m.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S.
S., 6 p. m.
Maui. Molokai and Lanai ports
Mikahala, stmr., 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau stmr., 5 p. m.
Wednesday, January 8.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Thursday, January 9.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall;, stmr, 5
Friday, Jan. 10.
Japan ports and Hongkong Shinyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Chiyo Maru, Jap.
Maui ports Claudine, stmr., 5 p. m.
Saturday, Jan. 11.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.,
Monday, January 13.
Manila, via Guam Transport.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, January 14.
KonA and Kau ports Kilauea, str.,
Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports Mi
kahala, stmr., 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Wednesday, Jen. 15.
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Thursday, January 16.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr, 5
Friday, January 17.
Maui ports Claudine. stmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Jan. 21.
San Francisco .Nile, P. M. S. S.
Thursday, Jan. 23.
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
China, P. M. S. S.
Friday, Jan. 24.
San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S.
Tuesday, Jan. 28.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. S. S.
Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
Manchuria, P. M. S. S.
Sydney via Suva and Auckland
Marama. C.-A. S. S.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Shinyo Maru, .Ian. in.
Victoria Marama. Jan. 2'K
Colonies Sonoma. Jan. 2H.
Yokohama Manchuria. .Ian.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
Y. kohama Shinvo .Main. Jan. 10.
Vancouver Makura. Jan. 28.
Colonies Ventura. Jan. 2".
San Francisco Manchuria, Jan. 7.
Logan arrived in San Francisco,
Sherman sailed from Manila, Dec. 15.
Warren, stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Guam and
Manila. Dec. 14.
Dix, from Honolulu for Manila.
sailed Dec. 8.
Sheridan, to sail from San Francisco
for Honolulu Jan. H.
for a dry cough,
there is nothing
ttfOttCDiai rolieve3 lhroat
Trnrhfc troubles, hoarse
1 1 umcs, ness and cougK5.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
"SYDNEY SHORT LINE"
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
S. Sierra . Jarv 11
S. Sonoma Jan. 24
S. Sierra . Feb. 8
TO SAN FRANCISCO. $65.00; ROUND TRIP. $110.00,
TO SYDNEY. $150.00: ROUND TRIP, $225.00
Sailing Lists and Folders on Application to C. BREWER A CO,
LTD., General aent-
Sailings from Honolulu on
FOR THE ORIENT
Siberia (via Manila) .... Jan. 15
China (via Manila) Jan. 23
Manchuria (via Manila) Jan. 29
Nile (via Manila) Feb. 14
Mongolia (via Manila) . Feb. 21
Persia (via Manila) Mar. 14
Korea (via Manila) Mar. 21
Siberia Apr. 4
China (via Manila) Apr. 11
Manchuria (via Manila). Apr. 18
For general information apply to
He Haokf eld & Co., Ltd. -
Steamers of the above Company
or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT
S. S. Shinyo Maru Jan. 10
S. S. Chiyo Maru Feb. 7
S. S. Nippon Maru Feb. 27
S. S. Tenyo Maru Mar. 7
Calls at Manila, omittlsf call at SnanffcaJ. ' .
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agentsv Honoliu ' u
Matson Navigation Company .
Direct Service Between San
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO
S. S. Lurline Jan. 15
S. S. Wilhelmina Jan. 21
S. S. Honolulan ..Jan. 29
8. S. Lurline J .Feb. 12
S. S. HYADES sails from Seattle
For ""farther particulars, apply
CANADIAN - AUSTRA
For Suva, Auckland & Sydney:
S. S. Marama .
S. S. Makura .
S. S. Zealandia
8. S. Marama .
THE0. H. DAVIES & C0
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. - -FROM
NEW YORK TO .HONOLULU -
Via Tehuantepee, every sixth day. Freight received at all time t tfci
Company's wharf, 41st 8tre.L 8outh Brooklyn . .-.s n-.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIREdT V
8. S. COLUMBIAN to tail about ..Oec .25th.
S. 8. ARIZONAN to sail about tV...... ...... J art. -18 th. '
S. S. VIRGINIAN to sail about .;.Jan. 27th.
For further Information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD'
ag.nts, Honolulu. C. P. MO R8E General Freight. A geaL- r..-.
Oahu Railway Time Tabid
For Walanae, Waialua. Kabuka and
Way 8tations 8 15 a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Ail! and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:iS a. m.,
11:30 a. m., 2:16 p. m., 3:20 p. m..
5:15 p. m., J9:30 p. m., til: 15 p. m.
For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:20
a. m., 5:15 p. m., 9:30 p. m., tll:15
ArrlTe Honolulu from Kabuku, Wel
ti ua and Walanae 8:36 a. m., 5:31
Arrive Honoluln 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 Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9:15 a. m., tl:40 p. m.,
5:31 p. m.f tlO:!0 p. m.
The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hotTf
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:36 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolnlu 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. Sun
O. P. DENISON. F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent O. P. A
2 bedroom? and complf.-foly furnihd
for housekeeping, (lose to ear in j
Kaimnki. Price $2."'M. Torms. j
WALDEYER & WHITAKER .
Phone 43S." Hotel & I'd ion
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN j
Anywhere at Any Tim-, la'! on or . i
E. C. DAKE'S ADVERTISING ;
124 Sansome Street San Francisco -
FOR SYDNEY. N. S, W.
S. S. Ventura Jan. 20
S. S. Sonoma Feb, 17
S. S. Ventura Mar. 17
or about the following dates:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Manchuria Jan. 7
' Nile Jan. 21
Mongolia Jan. 28
Persia Feb. 18
Korea Feb. 25
Siberia Mar. 11
China Mar. 18
Manchuria Mar. 25
Nile Apr. 8
Mongolia Apr. 15
! Persia .May 6
will call at and It Hoaotal a
FOR SAN FRANCI4CO
S. 8. Chiyo Maru Jan. 10
8. 8. Nippon Maru .i.Fb.,.4
S. 8. Tanyo Maru ...,Fb.tl.
8. 8. 8hlnyoMaru . . . . .'Mar. 4.
i V .A
- Sv (
Francisco and Honclulii
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
8. S. Honolulan .....I.Jan.'; 7
8. 8. Lurlint .Jan. 11
8. 8. WithelmJna ......Jan. 23
8. 8. Honolulan .'.'. .... Fab "I
for Honolulu on or about JANUARY
to, , ' .
General Agents JJondiii
LAN ROYAL MAIL LIN
r victoria. . Vancouver, B.C
8. 5. -Mafcura . . , . . . . . ; .Jan.' 23 -
S. 8. Zealandia A...... Feb. 25
8. 8. Marama . . ....... Mar, 25 -
8. 8. Makura ..... iiV. Apr. 22
LTD- GENERAL AGENTS.
LEASURE promoted . by :
comfortable coaches, sleep4
era and dining cars makes V
travel over the FeatneV
River route distinctly different
from experience on other 1 1 neat .
Tourists will find it has many ;
Fit ED. L. WALDRON, LTIX
AGENTS " ?
WESTERN PACIFIC KA1I
We are furnishing most of the
crushed rock and sand used in
cement construction in Hono
lulu because price and quality
are satisfactory to the people
who buy from us.
(& Draying Co., Ltd.,
Robinson Bldg. Queen St.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
STOVES and RANGES
Corner King and Bishop Street
Phone No. 3067
For catalogue and information
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
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