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THtt HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY, l'UHUUARY 2fi, 1912.
THE HAWAIIAN STAR
Dully (wWtstaad etery afternoon (pt Bttndny) by the Hftwnttan Mr
Newsoatw Ao4ltten. Ltd.. McOndle Building. Uetliel street. HtftwHita.
Itntered at the I'eetelDce at Honolulu an s&eond-GlaRs umll matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATIOS, PAYAULB IN AUVANOM.
Dally, anywhere In the Islands, per month .78
Dally, anywhere in the Islands, three months 1.00
Dally, anywhere In the Islands, six months 4.00
Daily, anywhere in tho Islands, ono year S.00
Daily, to foreign countries, one year 12.00
Bemi-Woekly, anywhere in the Islando.ono yoar S-00
Beml-Weokly to Foreign countries, ono year 3.00
Advertising rates supplied upon request.
L. D. TIMMONS MANAGER
Business olllce telephone, 23C5; poBtofflce box, SCO.
' 1 1 1
Oceanic Steamship Company
UBAVE 8. F. AMUVB HON. LEAVE HON. ARRIVE 8. F.
MAR. 8 MAR. IS FEB. 28 MAR. 6
MAR. 30 APR. S MAR. 20 MAR. 26
APR. 10 APR. 1C
RATES from Honolulu to San Francisco: First Class. ?C5; Round Trip,
9110. Family Room, extra.
Reservations will not be hold later than Forty-Eight hours prior to
the advertised sailing time unless tickets are paid for in full.
i Shipping: And Waterfront News J
;; (Additional Shipping on Pajjc Five ) 'i'
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
Full moon March ft nt 0:11 a. m.
i 1 fT7i7,
C 06, 4:21
KINAU GOES AGROUND IN CHANNEL
Towed Off Undamaged by Mikahala
Too Many Lights Alleged to be Cause
of Mishap Korea from Coast
Foster With Lumber Makura
Tomorrow Island Arrivals
Yesterday mornliiK the Inter-island
mnr, ;io steamer Klnau went aground In tho
I 1 channel while coming in from Kauai.
0:06 Hlecs Tho Mlkahala arrived shortly nfter
tho mishap and towed the stranded
10:09 6:i6fi:06' am vessel off. As far as is known vthe
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey tables,
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo ocour
about one hour r&rller than at Hono
lulu. Honolulu standard time Is 10
hours 30 minutes slower than Green
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
rewer & Co., Ltd.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Go
Steamers of tho above line running In connection with tho CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, between Vancouver, B. C, and 8ydney,
N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
B. S. MARAMA FEB. 28
8. S. MAKURA MAR. 27
B. S. ZEALANDIA APR. 24
S. S. MARAMA MAY 22
S. S. MAKURA FEB. 27
S. S. ZEALAND IA MAR. 26
S. S. MARAMA APR. 23
S. S. MAKURA MAY 21
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN . VOYAGES.
' 3 I'll"
Theo, H Davies & Co., Ltd., Ge'l Agents
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Times of the tide are taKen from the Kinau uns not suffered any damage.
The causo of the trouble was the pres
ence of too many lights.
Tho Klnau wns 011 her way in rromj
wlch time, belne that of the meridian Kauai before daylight, and Captain
wfh.Bft7o "airmwhtcrtS Gregory, noticing that the dredge had
the same as Greenwich 0 hours 0 mln- shifted over to the other side of tho
utes. The sun and moon are for local .., . . ...
time for the whole group. 1 channel, was at a loss to know which
' " ' way he should proceed. There; were
many lights around the channel, but
these did not holt) him any. He se
lected what he thought was the old
To San Francisco, per Sierra. Fob- channel and began to come in under
ruary 28. easv 8team. Suddenly the Klnau piled
From San Francisco, per Honolulu. on a Inud bnnk nnd stuck tnero
February 27. hard and fast.
From the Orient, per Manchurin, . Her engines wore reversed as quick
March 1. ij- as possible, but they failed to shift
To tho Orient, per Korea, February her. They wcro kopt golng astenl ln
2C' I the hope that she would got off again,
To Australia, per Marama, February but no coaxing prevailed. The Mlku-
hala showed up shortly afterward, and
snirriNG in pout.
From Australia, per Makura, Febru- Kcttlng a lino aboard the Kinau, both
ary 27- ! engines started. Tho combined power
was too great for the mud and gently
, the Kinau got off again. The Mlk.v
hala then took the Klnau in tow and
1 put her alongside the dock.
It is not believed that tho Klnau
could have sustained any damage, but
an investigation will be niacin as soon
as possible after she has discharged
She brought here 7032
Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates mentioned below:
For San Francisco.
S. S. CHINA FEB. 23
S. S. MANCHURIA MAR. 2
S. S. MONGOLIA MAR. 23
S. S. PERSIA APR. 1C
U. S. N. tug Navajo rrom Mare !
land, July 20.
Glacier from San Francisco, Decern'
ber 24. '
U. S. L. H. tender Kukul from her cargo
cruise, February 4. , bags of sugar, twenty bags of cocoa-
U. S. R. C. Thetis, from Seattle, nuts, twenty-six empty wine barrels,
February 11. ten cmptycrudo oil drums, six horses
U. S. Ss. California, South Dakota and 100 packages 01 sundries.
and Colorado, from cruise, February' The sugar Is being discharged Into
20. I the big freighter Columbian at the
j railroad wharf.
(Merchant Vessels.) KOREA BROUGHT 121 PASSEN-
Flaurenco Wara, rrom Midway GERS.
Island, January 15. I The Korea arrived this morning
For the Orient:
B. S. KOREA FEB. 26
S. S. SIBERIA MAR. 11
S. S. CHINA MAR. 18
B. S. MANCHURIA MAR. 25
Will call at Manila.
For general information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU.
twonty-flvo days out of tho twenty
Bovcn on tho wny, tho schooner had
nothing but gales. The ltltle ship was
tossed about a good deal, but no dam
age whatever was done, and her 1,
150,000 feet of lumber for Allen &
Robinson reached hero Intact.
On the way over the schooner .Man
ila from Callao for Gray's Harbor
passed close to the Mnry E. Foster,
and the two skippers had a chat. The
captain of tho Manila stated that ho
was twcnty-nlno days out of Callao.
MAUNA KEA FROM HER EXCUR
SION. The Mauna Kea was an early morn
ing arrival from Hllo. She brought
back her cabins full with excursion-!
W. IS. Sharpo, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S.
Judd, .Mrs. 0. K. Taylor, C. C Clay
ton, Col. N. W. Clayton, Miss M.
Twooy, Miss 11. Jonos, Miss (1. 12. My
or, Mira G. Humblrd, Mr. and Mrs.
G. .1. Huniblrd, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D.
Portor, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Twooy,
Miss M. Allen, Mrs. A. D. Putman,
Mm J. M. Konnody, Mr. nnd Mrs. L.
M. Judd, Mr. and MrB. W. J. Walker,
Mrs. M. McMillan, Miss J. McMillan,
Miss V. Goctz. Mra. A. Goortz, G.
Vrnndebourgh, Lleutonant and Mrs
Wntkins, Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Griggs,
Miss V. Smith, O. F. Smith, F. Amoy,
Mrs. U. Curry, Mrs. D. Loomls, Miss
Ilutlor, Mrs. W. P. Butler, Mm. J
Lngulons, MIbs H. Moore, Mrs. Pollc
tier, G. W. Whittlor and son, Miss
S. Rlekunl, ln ltowwfeld, It. Klier
mmi. Mr. ml Mm. H. C. Bkow, Mas
ter ltoyce Skow. Mr. and Mm. Jas. A
Smith, It. J. Smith, M. G. Smith, Nath
an Smith, Mlws 1. Sinrkoy, Mls F. J.
Sttmrt, Miss O. Solomonson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Wataon, Miss CoiiBtnnco
Watson, Miss Jessie Wright, J. K.
Luyovors by tho Korea MrB. E. L.
McLean and maid, LlouL Calvin P.
Pago, Mr 15. C. Palmer, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Homer P. Brown, Mr. nnd Mra. George
A. Gnne, Miss Anso R. MoKonnle,
Mrs. S. M. MinaHlan, Miss O. T..Mina
bIrii, Miss E S. Plppey. D. N. Smith
and A. P. Welch.
Per S. S. Korea for tho Orlont, this,
nftemoon Miss Edith Austin, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Barker, Miss M. Louise
Barker, Mrs. A. S. Brooks, Professor
and Mrs. Burbnnk, Mr. nnd Mrs. P.
Cudahy, Mlffl H Cudahy, Mies J. Cud
nhy. Mrs. M. B. Davies, Miso A. E.
Davlos, J. P. Dorrance, Miss I. L. Dow-
Whlttlor, T. H. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. ,i0n, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gowran, Air.
E. E. Strout, Mr. and Mrs. F. Budgett, an( Mrs. W. R. Helinholz, A. Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humble, Mr. nndjMr. ami Mrs. Godfrey Lubbock and
Mrs. O. H. Blnns, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. maid, Ellis Parrlsh, Mr and Mra. Chas.
Rhodes. Miss Rhodes. Miss F. J. Edo, silvorson, W. A. Stringer, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss M. Todd, Miss M. Keating, Mi pa j. . Vancss, Miss M. Vancss, Mrs. J.
P. Moorre, Mrs. A. M. Williams, Mrs. h. Warner.
J. H. Williams, Misses Paxton (2), PASSENGERS BOOKED.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M Travors,,S. Roy- 1er g g wnho,mlna for San Fran
noldfl. R. A. Allen. O A. Wright, 0 ' Kebruary 28.-Mrs. Carrie
Andresen, K. R. G. Wallace, J. N. Mrg R c Washburnei j. w.
Phillips. Mr. Roland. Crutllcr8 Mr8 w. cruthcrs, Mr.
There wore many excursionists who , rg Dow,0 Mrg B Cuurchi
u,..u u.b uiu.u n.,,. . e A Gousset Mr8. E. L.
Per steamer Kinau from Kauai . White. A. H. Hawthorne, Mra. John
ports, February 25. Mls3 Decker, K. (iark aud chldi w. C. Lawrence,
Myasakl and family, R. L. -ughes, M,sg w A Tll0mas, Mrs. C. 11. Un-
Ists, and others who took advantage
of the extra trip from Hllo.
The cargo comprised thirty pack
ages of sundries.
LIKELIKE WITH SUGAR.
The Likellke arrived from Hawaii
Via Maul vnstnrdnv mornlne' with Mfin I
bags of sugar and a case of sundries. ' 1 or "c:mor 1Kallam lro'" Mam . Cooper and three children, u. FoWci
MAUNO LOA FROM AHUKINI ! Molokai ports, February '2T. ( inghum, Jr., Mrs. A. R. Shollenberger,
The Mauna Loa came In yesterday ' "" Mrs" FSS)V G" l'illl-,MIss S. B. Shipman, Miss C. Shipman
n,n,.,. fln, Ahk.n. ,.h nnn M,B U Merr''n- P C Munro, Mrs. Ml, and Mrs. Grinnell, F. A. Black,
Mrs. T. Brandt, Dr. B. F. Sandow,
j Miss K. Charman. Geo. N. Wilcox, R.
F. Spalding, D. L. Austin, Mrs. K.
Pnnul, W. M. Cooper.
derwood, Mrs. John L. Whltmoro nnd
child, C. K. McClelland, Mrs. C. K.
McClelland and two children, F. yJ.
Ilolllv. Mrs. F. J. Rellly. Mrs. H. 11.
sacks of sugar.
NOEAU FROM KAUAI
reports that the following sugar wiv
awaiting shipment: Olaa 24,500 bugs
Walnkea 24.000, Hawaii .Mill 1500, Hllo
Sugar Co. 0,000. Onom-a S. Co. 15,-
Elfrieda, from Hamburg, January 31. from San Fra'ncisco with lil cabin
Fred J. Wood, from Astoria, Feb- passengers for Honolulu, Including
ruary 9. , many prominent mainland people. She
Robert lowers from Port Townsond, levo again at 5 o'clock this alt
February 20. , ernoon.
Shinbu Maru from Karatzu, Japan, Purser Allen reports a line trip all
February 20. t,u' wa' from San Francisco. Kor
Andrew Welch from San Francisco, 11010 sll Il!l 111 ' l"-1'- cabins, nine
February 20. 1,1 1110 second-class and one in the ooo, l'epeekeo 11,000. Hoiiomu 11,000
Prosper, Murchlson, from Eureka, steerage. There are lfil tons of gen- Hakalaii 18,402, I.aupahoehoe 8500, Ki
February 21. , eral freight, the chief item being hny.'Wikl 3100, Kikaiau no report, llama-
Sierra, from San Francisco, Fcbru- Fo111- nutomoblles were carried on kuu o.mo, Paauhau ll.C.OO. Honokaa
ary 22. dool'- . i S300. Kukuihnelo 3SI2, Puimluu 2100
Columbian, from Seattle, February Tll roBh passengers total tlity-' Honuupo 587.
24. sevel1 111 l"e caniliH, ten in tno second-. WAILELE WITH SUGAR AND CAT
The Wailolo came ln this morning
from Ilawtil with 8035 bags of sugar,
ilfty-two head of cattle, twenty-three
I Myagawa, G. Schuman, Mrs. Win. ! yiVs. j. H. Evans, E. A. Peters. Mrs.
Kaai, Airs. j. Munro, J. D. McVeigh. B A Peters, Miss Edean Winter, Mrs.
he Noeaus contribution from Fracisco. this morning-Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mrs. J. A. Scott, Frank Bald
Kauai yesterday was seven empty oil j. . AsUey am, Illfantf Mi.3s .Crystal will. Mrs. Frank Baldwin, Mr. Wald
drums. forty-six empty gas drums. May Askew. .1. B. Askew Jr.. Miss ron,. Mrs. Waldron, W. F. Fahrney.
4150 bags of sugar and twelve pack- EUl0, Aakew Mrs. A. L. Bangs. Cap- Mr w. F Fahrney, L. B. Nevin, Mrs.
ttses or sundries. , ,aln all(1 Mrs. Ki w nanker Mr nnd L Xov,n nnd four chidren, Master
MIKAHALA FROM MAUI. , Mrs. H. G. Beckwlth. MUb Eleanor ,Thn Elting. Mrs. Henry E. Jones,
Tilt Mlkahala came in yesterday Beckwlth, Mrs. Gene Buck, Mr. and Captain A. B. Graham, Mrs. A. B. Gra
morniiiK from Maul via Molokai with Mrs. The. S. Bnghee. Mrs. W. P. Buh- ham. Gerard Graham, Miss Katherine
1350 bags of sugar, lifty lambs, ono Ier, X. S. Hurgey.Mrs. Sarah M. Burr, , Graham. Mrs.- W. D. Lewis, Thomas
hoise, fifty-two pigs, one roller, forty- Mr. and .Mrs. FMV. Burrows, Mr. andUicGlrl ' MIsb Nellie Lambert. Miss
live bags of paddy, ten crates of Mrs. F. L. (Mark, Miss E. G. Clerk,
chickens, eleven crates of eggs and Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Cohen, Master
nlnety-ono packages of sundries. , Orval A. Cohen, Master Alton B.
NIIHAU FROM HAWAII. Cohen. Mita A. Cornet. 13. Croneberg,
Tli Nilhau on Saturday ambled in Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Cuthbert, Mr. and
from Hawaii with G055 bags of sugar, Mrs. W. H. Docker, Mr. and Miw. P.
livo horses, ono crate of chickens, six A- Dolnporto and infant, Master Phil
empty gasoline'drums and threo pack- 'l' Delaporte, A. K. Detwiler, Mrs. Nel
ages of sundries. . " Douthitt, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin,
SUGAR ON HAWAII. . nn(l -,lrs- Cordon, Mr. and
Purser Phillips of the'Maunr. Kea
Grace Lambert, It. S. Barbee, A. M.
Cronin, R. T. Hoagland, Mrs. R. T.
Hoagland, Miss E. Sandry, O. E. Sel
zer, Mrs. O. E. Selzer, Miss M. F. Kin
ney, Mrs. J. A. Balch and Inrant, S.
M. Travers, Mfs. S. M. Travers, it. L.
Hughes, Mrs. J. G. Biddleman, J. M.
Wrightson, Mrs. .1. M. Wrlghtson, Miss
Jones, D. C. Lewis, Mrs. D. C. Lewis,
C. Newton May, Irs. N. Emmet May
Maverick, from San Francisco, Feb- claRS amI 150 ' 1,1 tho steerage. These
Wilhelmina, from Hllo, February 20. l,lBUI0's wl" 1,0 augmented here, for
Arrive from San Francisco.
S. S. HONOLULAN FEB. 27
S. S. LURLINE MAR. 13
S. S. WILHELMINA MAR.. 19
S. S. HONOLULAN MAR. 2G
Sail for San Francisco.
S. S. WILHELMINA FEB. 28
S. S. HONOLULAN MAR. 6
S. S. LURLINE MAR. 19
S. S. WILHELMINA MAR. 27
S. S. HONOLULAN APR. 3
Korea, from San Francisco, this
ADD Vessels in Port
Guernsey, str., from Newcastle, N,
S. W., February 25.
S. S. Hilonian sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on o rabout Mar. !!.
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. ARIZONAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAR. i)
S. S. VIRGINIAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAR. 20
S. S. MISSOURIAN....! TO SAIL ABOUT MARCH 31
For further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of tho above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on or
about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT:
S. S. SHINYO MARU MAR. 5
CHIYO MARU APR. 2
S. S. NIPPON MARU APR. 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. CHIYO MARU MAR. 8
NIPPON MARU MAR. 29
TENYO MARU APR. 5
8. S. TENYO MARU APR. 30 S. S. SHINYO MARU APR. 30
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
VESSELS DUE HERE.
From San Francisco
Honolulan, February 27.
Shinyo Maru, March 5.
Siberia, March 11.
Lurllne, March 13.
Sierra, March 15.
China, March 18.
Wilhelmina, March 19.
Manchuria. March 25.
Honolulan, March 2C.
Makura, February 27.
Zealandla, March 26.
Marama, April 23.
Makura, May 21.
Zealandla, June 18.
Marama, July 16.
From the Orient.
Manchuria, March 2.
Chiyo Maru, March 8.
Nile, March 15.
Mongolia, March 23.
there are fully thirty going in tho cab
Ins. The through freight is a valua
ble one, totaling about 5000 tons, -cillvcs ., twenty-one packages of
mostly stores for the army and navy HUndrlcs.
departments In Manila. The cliiel . MAKURA TOMORROW MORNING,
line, however, Is 000 bales of cotton Tll(, MuUuni wirelessed in lastnluhL
.mis. . liauin llliide, .Mrs. M. A. Hun-1 and child, A. L. Black, Mrs. A. L.
tlngton, E. .1. Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. A. Black, Leslie Butler, C. H. Hutton,
lergins. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. S. John-; Mrs. C. II. Hutton, O. A. Day, Mrs.
stone. Mrs. K. Jorgenccu, Mls.s Pau-,C. A. Day, II. L. Holbrook, Mrs. H. L.
lino Jorgonsen. K. Kellog, Mr, and Holbrook, Miss Vida Nichols, Miss M.
Mrs. F. Ktemp, Miss Louise Klamp.i Nichols, A. Wngner, Dr. A. S. Nichols,
Fred S. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. John i James H. King.
Knorpp and child, II. Kollar. Mrs. C. !
j P. Llbby, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Lohmann.t A trip over snow-capped mountains,
nit,. is. look. .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. a wild pig hunt through Now Zealand
I.ovlt. .1. S. McCandlr.is. R. .Meriwoth- bush. Opera House, Tuesday.
er, Miis Olga Mltzner, Robt. Moody,
J. S. Morrow, A. L. Palmer, B. D. Pan- See "Pelorous Jack" end Maori,
coast, L. E. Pennii.mn. Miss Dorothy ! Opera House, Tuesday night.
j that she would be hero at 7 o'clock to-
UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St., next Young Hc.el. Telephones 1874 and 1875.
For San Francisco,
Sierra, February 28.
Wilhelmina, February 28. (
Manchuria, March 2. f '
Honolulan, March 6.
Chiyo Maru, March S.
Lurllne, March 19.
Sierra, March 20.
Mongolia, March 23.
Wilhelmina, March 27.
Nippon Maru, March 29.
Marama, Fobruary 28.
Makura, March 27
Zealandla, April 24.
Marama, May 22. '
Makura, Juna 19.
Zealandla, July 12.
Marnma, August 14.
For the Orient.
Korea, February 26,
Shinyo Maru, March 5,
Siberia, March 11. " U
China, March 18. "ff
The trip across was a very pleasant ,m.lw morning from Australia, via
one, tho passengers whiling away tho Auckland and Suva, and would leave
time wtih the usual deck games, with'for victoria and Vancouver at 5 Hie
concerts ami other entertainments in ( aim. afternoon. When she leaves
tho evening. The Korea will leave for ' hcre Kho will bo pretty well a full
me uncut at o clock tills alter- Hl,ip ln the first and second cabins. j
noon- RESTORER, MAVERICK AND' ROSE-1
It would seem that the Honolulan CRANS OUT. I
cannot make a six-day schedule, for a i,,. Maverick got away at 1 1 '
wireless received from her this morn- o'clock yesterday morning for San j
ing states that she will be hero on ' i,'rnncisco. She wns not very far out '
Wednesday next from San Francisco. ' , tho 8tveilm wluMl tho Roseeraus
At 8 o'clock last night she was stane(i after her, also bound for San
10S0 miles from poort, experiencing i.,ancisco. At hair-past one the Re-,
lino weather. All was well nboard. Bt0,.,,r KOt UI1(lor wav ,, ,,,, nut
said Captain Bennett. She has lor f01. M,iway. Tlio loss of some of her '
here thirty-nine passengers, 125 sacks iiremelli however, meant a delay, and
of mail, thirty-one packages of Wells : wllllo tho hunt for the missing men,
Fargo express matter,, nine automo- wa8 ,)ei)K calTk,d on .s)lo waited out
biles and 2184 tons of cargo. For 8ldti 0nly two out of tho ten who
Hllo there are 355 tons of cargo, for i0ft her wero caught. Substitutes
Port Allen eighty-flvo tons, nnd lor wero ,,I(.kod ,, and tho ncstorcr got,
Kahulul 5.i0 tons. There are eight away f01. tl)e ,roken t.abi0 near Mid-,
passengers for tho Marama for Aus- way at 9 o'clock last night,
tralla and thlrty-ono bags of mall, SUGA'R AWAITING SHIPMENT.
MARY E. FOSTER HAD ROUGH, p,,rsor koiU of tho Kinau reports,
TR,P- that the following sugar Is awaiting
"It was a mean trip; I can call it shipment on Kauai: M. A. K.. 21,773 1
nothing else." said Captain Johnson bags; McB., 35.59G; G. & R., 15,500;
of the schooner Mary E. i-OBter this K. S. Co., 3900; K. K. ., 800; K. S. j
morning from Port Blakely. For about ' m., 5550; K. P.. 17,780; L. i'., 15.275.1
Purser Mackenzie of tho Mauna Loa ,
says that 15,000 bags are awaiting
shipment at Ahuklni and Purser Kal
lio of the Noeau reports that 2940 are
Per Mauna Kea from Hllo this morn
ing J. C. Cralk, T. A. Burnlnghnm,
Mrs. M. Zeedor, Mrs. M. F. Co'on. H.
S. RIckard, D. Kalani, Mrs, G. Bough
ton and 2 children, G. W. Locklngton
and daughter, F. L. Turner, T. Yame
oKa, S. Kurltanl, Y. Hashimoto, W. G.
Bonnott, W. Pullar, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. BIdwoll, Miss L. Holmes, Master
M. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs, W. Dougall, MiMes Els
slor (2) Lieut. O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs.
Manchuria, March 25.
For Hawaii Ports via Maul.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. S, N. Co., every
Claudino. Inter-Island S. N Co.,
For Maul, via Molokai.
Mlkahala every Tuesday.
For Kauai Ports.
W. G. Hall, I.-I. S. K Co., every
Kinau, I.-I. s. N. Co., every Tuosday.
For Kona and Kau Ports.
Kllauea, l.-I. S. N Co., alternate
Tuesdays and Fridays.
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