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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1912.
THE HAWAIIAN STAR
Shipping And Waterfront News
Dally published evory afternoon (except Sunday) by tho Hawaiian Star
(Additional Shipping on Page Five ) $
h,' Newspaper Association, Ltd., McCandless Building. Bethel street, Honolulu,
Entered nt tho Postofllce at Honolulu as second-class mall matter.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Daily, anywhoro In tho Islands, por month ....? .75
Dally, anywhero In tho Islands, threo months ........... 2.00
Dally, anywhero in tho Islands, six months ........... 4.00
Dally, anywhero In tho Islands, ono year S.00
Dally, to foreign countries, one year 12.00
Semi-Weekly, anywhere in the Islanda, ono year 2.00
Semi-Weekly to Foreign countries, one year. 3.00
Advertising rates supplied upon request.
L. D. TIMMONS MANAGER
Business office telephone, 2365; postofllco box, 3C0.
Oceanic Steamship Company
LEAVE S. P. ARRIVE HON. LEAVE HON.
JAN. 27 FEB. 2 JAN. 17 JAN 23
. FEB. 1G FEB. 22 FEB. G FEB. 12
ifMAR. 8 MAR. 15 FEB. 2S MAR. 5
WAR. 30 APR. S MAR. 20 MAR. 26
APR. 10 APR. 1G
RATES from Honolulu to San Francisco: First Class, ?65j Round Trip,
$110. Family Room, extra.
Reservations will not bo held later than Forty-Eight hours prior to
the advertised sailing timo unless tlckots aro paid for in full.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Go
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney,
N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
S. S. ZEALANDI JAN. 31 S. S. MARAMA JAN. 30
S. S. MARAMA FEB. 23 S. S. MAKURA FEB. 27
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
Theo. H Davies & Co., Ltd., Ge'l Agents
Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates mentioned below:
For the Orient: For San Francisco.
S. S. MONGOLIA JAN. 29
Will call at Manila.
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., - - - -
Matson Navigation Co.'s Schedule, 1912
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU.
"Arrive from San Francisco. Sail for San Francisco.
. ' S. S. WILHELMINA JAN. 23
E a a unvni ttt.am tin in
S. S. HONOLULAN FEB. 14.
' S. S. Hyades sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about Janu
S. S. Hllbnian sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about Feb-
R' ruary 17.
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU,
i, Freight received at all times at the
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA
iS. S. MISSOUU1AN
IS. S. MEXICAN
LS. S. COLUMBIAN
For further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
PC. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of the above Company
iiabout the dates mentioned below:
' FOR THE ORIENT:
IS. S. NIPPON MARU FEB. 5
ES. S. TENYO MARU FEB. 12
IS, S. SHINYO MARU MAR. 5
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St., Wt Young He .el. Telephones 1874 and 1875.
ARRIVE S. F.
& Go., Ltd.
S. S. PERSIA JAN. 2G
S. S. KOREA FEB. 2
S. S. SIBERIA FEB. 17
S. S. LURLINE JAN. 23
s s wn.TTRT.MTMA .TATJ. 31
S. S. HONOLULAN FEB. 7
S. S. LURLINE FEB. 20
via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
; TU SAIL- ABOUT JAN. 25
TO SAIL ABOUT FEB. 5.
TO SAIL ABOUT FEB. JG
LTD., Agents, Honolulu.
will call at and leavo Honolulu on or
' FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. SHINYO MARU FEB 9
S. S. CH1YO MARU MAR. 8
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
Now moon Jan. 10th at 0:39 a. m
Times of the tldo are taken from the'
V. S. Coast and Qeodetlo Survey tables, i
The tides at KahUlut and HUp ocou '
about ono hour rarller than at Hono-
lulu. Honolulu standard time Is 10
hours 30 minutes slower than Green-
wlch time, being that of the meridian i
ui iui ucKreut. ov imim. ine lime
Winona uiuwn ui i;ov p. m., wmcn is
the same as Greenwich 0 hours 0 min
utes. The sun and moon are for local
time lor tne wnoio group.
To San Francisco, per Lurline, Jan
From San Francisco, per Wllhel
mina, January 23.
From tho Orient, per Persia, Janu-
To tho Orient, ner Mongolia. Jnnn-
ary 29. ,
To Australia, per Zealandia, Janu
From Australia, Marama, January !
SUIPPING IK FOIIT.
U. S. N. tug Navajo from Mare Is
land, July 20.
U. S. Ss. California, West Virginia,
Colorado and South Dakota.
Glacier from San Francisco, Decem
U. S. L. H. E. tender Kukul, from
cruise, January 15.
R. P. . Rlthet from S" . Francisco,
Spokane, from Port Townsend, De
H. D. Bendixsen, from Port Town-
send, January 4.
Erskine M. Phelps, from San Fran
cisco, January 5.
Flaurenco Ward, from Midway
Island, January 15.
VESSELS DUE HERE.
From San Franclscc
Wilhelmlna, January 23.
Mongolia, January 29.
Honolulan, January 30.
Sierra, February 2.
Nippon Maru, February 5.
Tenyo Maru, February 12. .
Lurline, February 14. 7
Persia, February 20.
Marama, January 30.
Makura, February 27.
Zealandia, March 26.
Marama, April 23.
Makura, May 21.
Zealandia, Juno 18.
Marama, July 16.
From China and Japan.
Persia, January 26.
Korea, February 2
Nippon Maru, February 9.
Siberia, February 17.
For 8a n Francisco.
Lurline, January 23.
Persia, January 26.
Wilhelmlna, January 31.
Korea, February 2.
Sierra, February 6.
Honolulan, February 7.
Shinyo Maru, February 9.
Siberia, February 17.
For FIJI and Australia.
Zealandia, January 31. .
Marama, February 28.
Makura, March 27
Zealandia, April 24.
Maramn, May 22.
Makura, June 19.
Zealandia, July 12.
Marama, August 14.
For China and Japan.
Mongolia, January 29.
Nippon Maru, February 5.
Tenyo Maru, February 12.
Persia, February 20. ,
Korea, February 26.
For Hawaii Ports via Maul.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Claudino, Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mlkahala. every Tuesday.
For Kauai Ports.
W. G. Hall, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Klnau, I.-I. S. N. Co., every Tuesday.
For Kona and Kau Ports. !
Kllauea, I.-I. S. N. Co., alternate
Tuesdays and Fridays.
MAUNA KEA WITH THESPIANS.
Tho Mauna Kea returned this morn
ing from Hawaii via Mnul, with tho
Hughes Musical Comedy Co. This
combination played a short aenson in
Hilo, and will leave soon for a tour
of tho Orient. There was a largo
passongor list, which Is published In
Tho Mauna Kea had tho following
cargo: 235 sacks of bottles, seven
teen barrcVs of bottles, soven empty
kegs, forty-one empty sake tubs, two
j automobiles, fifteen sacks ofawa, thlr
teen sacks of carrots, six cases of cof
i fee, five bundles of ohla lumber, tweu
ty cords of wood, two barrels of wine,
I eight crates of chlckenB, 230 pack
ages of sundries.
NOEAU WITH LIVESTOCK.
Tho Noeau was an early morning
nrrlval from Kauai with one crate of
, ., ... . ... .,
P'BB, one empty gas drum, six empty
gas barrel, two boxes of chickens,
, . . .. ... .
nineteen bundles of hides, 172 bags of
,Vu1iU- om intra nf i-i ntwi ooon hnsra
l)auuy' -JJ UaED of rice anu U oats
SUGAR ON HAWAII.
Purser Phillips of the Mauna Kea
reports that the following sugar is
awaiting shipment on Hawaii: Olaa,
12,500 bags; Walakea, 14,500; Walna
ku, 8201; Honomu, 3000; Hakalau,
5G53; Laupahoehoe, 4600; Ookala,
3700; Kukaiau H, 919; Hamakua,
GiO; Paauhau, 10,500; Honokaa, 800;
Kukuihnelc, 3400; Punaluu, 635; Ho-
NEW ORLEANS' SENDOFF.
Tho New Orleans pulled out from
tne Channel wharf this morning punc-
tually at 10 o'clock for Bremerton,
where she is to go out of commission.
The sendoff that she got from the four
j cruisers in port was a spirited one,
and there was nothing lacking in en
Slowly she backed out of her berth
and proceeded up the harbor until she
got abreast of tho flagship California.
Then with her long pennant floating
out on the breeze, and with the sailors
of tho cruisers eagerly watching her,
she slowly started on the last leg of
her long Journey.
The boys on the California and tho
West Virginia were drawn up on the
quarter-decks; and a call for cheers
from the California for the boys of the
For the Victor
KAAI GLEE CLUB
FOR CATARRH SUFFERERS
Delivered in four days from the
Sharp Sign Factory
847 Kaahumanu Street, Telephone 1C97
Now OrleauB met with a hearty re
sponse. The, West Virginia adJed Its
tribute and they seemed to bo vicing
with tho California boys, Judging by
tho volume of sound. Then the band
of the California struck up "A Life on
the Rolling Wave." Tho band on the
West Virginia followed with the ap
propriate "There'll Bo a Hot Time in
tho Old Town Tonight'," and, ns the
New Orleans headed. Into the chnnnel
tho tune was changed to "There's No
Place Liko Home."
Tho pennant wns floating out grace
fully, with a portfon of its festoons
over one of tho wires of the wireless
plant. A sailor climbed tho mast and
released It, and then it-could bo seen
how long the pennant was. The New
Orleans was wntched until she had
rounded Diamond Head. She has just
finished a term on tho Orient station,
and called here for coal.
Per S. S. Mauna Kea from Hawaii
ports via Maul, this" morning Mr. and
Mrs .T. B. Hnrvoy, R. W. Husted, Miss
B. Do'.pa, Miss L. McGaughey, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Rouae, Alias R. Murkier, Mrs.
J. R. M!kley, Mis E. B. O'Brien, F.
Barnard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Loo Leuni;.
Master Ah Chong, Miss Ah Moy, Miss
San ftlon, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Holt,
Mrs. A. P W.ufoii Mid child. M-a M.
Devaucnin e and olltf, E. uruu, A.
Fcrnandoz, Ml. uud Mrs. E. u l-'t jiicIi,
A. Hon?r, E. I vi j; r.dez, Mr 3. .1. L.
Horner, R. Ivers AV. F. William, Vv.
G. Brown, Air. nnd Mrs. H. Snnt'.i, Mrv
W. Wery and 2 children, MrS. J. I).
Mnnu, T. Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. B. V.
Horner,' R. A. Bowden, A. Loulsson,
F. L. Hadley, C. E. Wright, C. S. Carl-
smith, jJno. Hind, F. Meyer Jr., Geo.
Mundon, A. Rosa, M. O. Sanchez, J.
Cnrvalho, C. A. Rodgers, A. H. Han
na 5,j,,s P, Sherlock, Miss A. Sher-
lock, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hughes,
Miss Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. P. Stane
hope, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lydeston,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs.
B. La Blanc, Miss C. Phillips, Miss
R. Temple, Miss Roberts, Miss F.
Mohn, Mrs. A. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. F.
S. Dunn, Miss Dunn, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. C. Watt, C. C, James, M. A
Nichols, A. de Freltas, .Mrs. R. Horner,
H. Akona, S. Kumihonl, D. Kamaka,
A. V. Peters, Jno. Robella, W. Theilln
N. Imafugi, Rev. J. Tanaka, R. Gay,
Miss E. Gay, Miss M. Gay.
We are authorized by the REXALL
to give free to anyone having xatarrh, in
a $1.00 bottle of Rexall Mucu-tone,
There are no strings to this offer, and
way obligate yourself.
If you are a catarrh sufferer call at
and any salesman will , gladly give you a
Will Continue for Short
SMITH & COMPANY, Ltd.
Fort and Merchant Streets. -
Per Noeau from Kauai, this morn
ing Mrs. E. Kellihoopl. Threo on
We aro often admonished to "take
tho bull by the horns," but the trouble'
Is to find a bull that will stand for it.
By the way, do you want to sell
that lot of yours? Then list It with
ihi Island Investment Company, Ltd.
Phone 1884, 103-4 Stangenwald build
ing. No sale, no cost.
Every timo a man has a cold in his
head he is expected to take a lot of
Perhaps fewer bachelors would
make fools of themselves if they had
wives to do it for them.
If a woman is a clever actress the
chances aro that her husband will find
tho chorus more interesting.
But If a man thinks he knows all
that is worth knowing, ho doesn't.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
Cor. King and South Sts.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
Kellogg & Dempsey
Auto, Motor and Carriage Repairing.
ve' will begin a clearance sale of
j I Trimmings
Lace Robes, etc.
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
?THE STEALS & FOSTER
It is ilie quality of cotton used and the
way Ihcy arc made that give Stearn &
Foster M.ittrcst.e their perfect comfort and
wonderful I.fe. An exclusive "web process.
Let us show them to vou today.
We are sole agents
k J. HOPP & COMPANY.
you in no
Y. WO SING CO.
Groceries, Fruits, Veefc'tnbles, Etc.
Butter 35c lb.; Fresh Dried Fruits. .
1180-1188 Nuuanu Street.
Telophone 1034. Box 951
,We Want You
to come and examine
the latest models in
because we want to make
you a regular customer,
and we know this is
the surest way of
They are ihe
No. 49, cor. of Smith and Hotel Sts.
For tinting paper
ed, or plastered
walls, in beautiful
Easy to apply.
Mixed with cold
Lewers & Cooke
177 South King Street
Men of the Fleet and Tourists'.
The best place in Honolulu to buy
Jade and Chinese Jewelry of all kinds.
58 HOTEL 'AND SMITH STREETS.
THE BEST CARBON OBTAINABLE
A. B. ARLEICH 8c CO!
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands;.
taking a policy of life insur
ance in any other company
ask to seo the
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF BOSTON, MASS.
and compare tho many ad
vantages It offers with those
of other companies.
Castle & Cooke,
',3V I M
I REGAL SHOE STORE. I