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THI- HAWAIIAN STAR. WKDXKSDAY, AI'HII. 10, 1I2.
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Wmrapapcr Association, Ltd., MoCandloas uulluluc. Metnel street, ueno'uiu,
ntvl nt thn Pnntefltce at Honolulu n nooond-oilBi mall mutter.
BUB8CRIPT10N RATES, I'AYAllLtC IN ADVANOH.
Bally, anywhore In the Islands, por month ? 78
Daily, nnywhero In tho Islands, three months 2.00
Daily, anywhere In tho Islands, six moatbs 4-00
Daily, anywhoro In tho Islands, ono year 8'00
Dally, to forolgn countries, one yoar 12.00
Saml-Wookly, anywhere In the Islands, on year 2.00
Ba mi-Weekly to Foreign countries, one year S00
Advertising rnteB BUpplled upon request.
L. D. TIMMONS ; MANAGER
Buslnoas ofllce telephone, 236F; postofllco box, 3C0.
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Qcasnic Steamship Company
fjHAVB 3. T. ARRIVE HON. LEAVE HON.
MAR. 10 APR. I APR. 10 APR. 1C
APRIL O20 APRIL 2G MAY 1 MAY 7
MAY 11 MAY 17 MAY 22 MAY 2S
JUNE 1 JUNE 7 JUNE 12 JUNE IS
JUNE 22 JUNE 28 JULY 3 JULY 0
RATES from Honolulu to Ban Francisco: First Class, ?66; Round Trip,
fllO. Family Room, extra.
Reservations will not bo held later than Forty-Eight hours prior to
Ika advertised sailing time unless tickets are paid for In full.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Go
Bteamera of the above line running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, between Vancouver, B. C, and 8ydney,
W. 8. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
B. a ZEALANDIA APR. 2
B. B. MARAMA MAY 22
8. S. MAKURA JUNE 19
B. S. ZEALANDIA JULY 17
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
Theo. E Daviea & Co., Ltd., Ge'l Agents
Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leava this
port on or about the dates mentioned below:
For the Orient: For San Francisco.
B. S. MONGOLIA APR. 1C S. S. PERSIA APR. 16
B. S. PERSIA MAY 11 S. S. KOREA APR. 23
S. S. SIBERIA MAY 7
S. S. CHINA MAY 14
Will caU at Manila. '
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU.
Arrive from San Francisco.
8. S. LURLINE APRIL 10
8. S. WILHELMINA APRIL 10
S. S. HONOLULAN APRIL 23
S. S. LURLINE MAY 8
S. S. Hllonlan satis from Seattle
CA8TLE & COOKE, LTD.,
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
freight received at all times at the
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT: ",s"1
S. S. MEXICAN TO SAIL ABOUT APR. 11
S. Sj ALASKAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAY 3
S. S. ARIZONAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAY 14
For further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu.
O. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of the above Company
about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT:
OHTYO MARU APR. 1
B. S. NIPPON MARU APR. 23
S. S. TENYO MARU APR. 30
8. S. SHINYO AARU MAY 24
Calls at Manila omitting call at
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
UNION-PACIFIC TRAN8FER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St., next Young Had. Telephones 1874 and 1875.
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ARRIVB 8. F.
S. S. MARAMA APR. 23
S. S. MAKURA MAY 21
S. S. ZEALANDIA JUNE 18
S. S. MARAMA JULY 16
Sail for San Francisco.
S. S. HONOLULAN APR. 3
S. S. LURLINE APRIL 16
S. S. WILHELMINA APRIL 24
S. S. HONOLULAN MAY 1
S. S. LURLINE MAY 14
for Honolulu direct on or about April
Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
will call at and leave Honolulu on or
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO:
TENYO MARU APR.
B. 8. SHINYO MARU APR. 30
S. S CHIYO MARU MAY 28
S. S. NIPPOON MARU. . . .JUNE 18
Shipping" And Waterfront News
To Sbh Franctnvo. per l'ertin,
From Sip Franclwo, per Mongolia,
To the Orient, por MotiRotiit, April
Prom the Ortant, iwr Ptraia, Apt II
To AHitralla, per Zealandla, April
From Australia, porr Marama, April
HHII'IU.tQ in POKT.
U. S. N. uie Navaio troui Mare !
land, July 20.
U. S. R. C. Thetis, from Seattle,
S. C. Allen, from Port Ludlow,
Ilelene, from Aberdeen, March 18.
R. P. Rlthot, from San Francisco,
S. N. Castle, from Makatca, March
Footing Sucy, from New York
A. B. Johnson, from Gray's Harbor,
Mlssourlr.il from Seattle, April 8.
Lurline, from San Francisco, April
Hyndcs, from Seattle, April 9.
VESSELS DUE HERE.
From San Francisco
Wllhelmlna, April 16
Mongolia, April 16.
Honolulan, April 23.
Nippon Maru, April 23
Sierra, April 2G.
Tenyo Maru, April 30.
From Australia, " (
Mararaa, April 23. t
Makura, May 21.
Zealandla, Juno 18.
Marama, July 18.
From the Orient.
Persia, April 16.
Korea, April 23. '
Shlnyo Maru, April 30.
Siberia, May 7. "
China, May 14.
Manchuria, May 21.
Chiyo Maru, May 28.
For 8an Francisco.
Lurline, April 16.
Persia, April 16
Korea, April 23.
Wllhelmlna, April 24.
Shlnyo Maru, April 30.
For Australia. '
Zealandla, April 24.
Marama, May 22. " '
Makura, Juna 19. ' " '..
Zealandla, July 12. 1 ' "
Marama, August 14.
For the Orient "'","
Mongolia, April 16.
Nippon Maru, April 23. ' "
Tenyo Maru, April 30. '
Persia, May 11. "
Korea, May 16. '
Shlnyo Maru, May 24.
Siberia, May 31.
For Hawaii Ports via Maul.
Mnuna Kea, I.-I. 8. N. Co., every
Claudlne, Intor-lsland S. N. Co.,
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mlkahala every Tuesday.
For Kauai Porta.
W. O. Hall, I.-I. 8. N. Co., every
Klnnu, I.-I. S. N. Co., every Tuesday.
For Kona and Kau Ports.
Kllauea, I.-I. S. N Co., alternate
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Men of the. Fleet and Tourlsta.
The best place In Honolulu to buy
Jade and Chinese Jewelry of all kinds.
58 HOTEL AND 8MITH STREETS.
Hawaiian Commercial A flnsu
Haiku Sugar Company.
Fala Plantation. ,
Uaul Agricultural Compani.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company
McBrydo Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kauai Railway Company.
Kauai Electric Company.
Haiku Fruit & Packing Company.
KmmJ Fruit & Land Company,
CHINESE MAKE TROUBLE ON THE NILE
Steamer Held Off
The Sierra's Departure Delayed by
Cargo Two Inter-Island
China, repuhllcmi as It now Is, doiw Mrs. Gardlhor, Mrs. V. M. Gl ffa.nl and
not appeal to one uuwlllinR waylarer
on the' Pacific Mail steamer Nile ami
It took tho whole immigration and liar-
lior iMjllce force (o keep the insistent
celestial on board last night and this
morning, and evon then they were not
sure that ho web not on shore until
they went outside and took a second
look at tho Orientals on board whon
the NUo WS.-J Just off the mouth of the
harbor. The now liner, whlrh arrived
horo on her second visit yesterday,
bound for tho Orient, carried a largo
party of Chlneso who did not pass tho
immigration officials on tho mainland
and wore being deported. There was
nothing meek about this party of de- Mrs. Lang, R. P. I.angc. F. A. Mans
ports either and the one offender who field, Masler J. Leslie Meek, A. M.
caused so much trouble at the last Morrill, L. E. Miller, Mrs. Miller, Dr.
was determined to get away at any 10. IT. Minckwitz, Mrs. Mlncwltz, C. D.
cast Twlco last night he attempted' Miner, Howard Montgomery, Mrs. J.
to get away and on one occasion ho A. Montgomery, S. A. Monsarrat, Mra.
got out of his handcuffs, Cunning fash-
lon, anu nearly cscapeil. wiiou tno
steamer was about to sail this morn-
jhk ne was uiougnt to uo missing, ivn
employe oi tne snip said no nau ic.si
seen tho trouble-maker with ono hand
free from his irons. An effort was
made to bring all the deports on deck
and look them over but they threat-
eneu trouuio when tno attempt was tiss, .Miss M. IS. PrentVjs, R. E. Put
mndo and tho Immigration officials, Mrs Reed, Master Reed, Mrs. II. Uced,
seconded by Officer Weday, had no
littlo difficulty in going over all the
Orientals on board. They failed to
find tho man and tho Nile started
away leaving all uncertain as to
whether tho Chinaman was on flhore
or concealed in the ship. Inspector
l-armer set out in a launch when the
sieamer was running tnrougn inew.ean Snyder, V. S. Stockwoll, II. C.
channel and stopped her outside. A Standley, P. St. John, L. C. Troy, Mrs.
second Inspection was made and on Troy, II. F. Varlan, G. G. Virtue, L.
tins occasion tho supposedly missing
man was found, safe on board so all
was well and the Nile set out for the
The steamer took on GOO tons of coal
in this nnrt. nvnr t.iph, wi nnwio.i
seven cabin passengers out ot Hono
lulu, bound for tho Orient. Sho took
no freight ojldo from sixteen pack
ages of condemned exports which aro
being shipped back to merchants in
tho Far East.
SIERRA DELAYED BY CARGO.
Tho Oceanic steamer Sierra got
away this morning about elevon
o'clock with a full cargo of .sugar and
island products and a good sized pas
senger list after an hour's delay at the
dock. Tho Sierra did not get over
from tho railroad wharf until this
morning and the cargo piled up on the
Oceanic wharf awaiting her was more
than tho stevedores could handlo in
tho few hours allotted to them. Han
dling tho baggage was attended with
unusual difficulties this morning also,
for there waB a veritable lei riot on
tho decks and gangways of the Sierra
and tho dock itself was Jammed In
such a fashion by tho enthusiastic but
inconsiderate farewell parties that
tho stewards could .scarcely force
their way on board the steamer with
trunks and stateroom luggage. There
was a constant stream of people
squeezing their way up tho gangway
and through tho narrow passage to
tho main salon of tho vessel from nine
o'clock until ,sho called, and it seemed
thtt tho departing travelers and their
friends who camo to seo them get
nway could find no placo to gossip,
embrace and perform tho other func
tions incidental to a farowell except
in tho circumbscrlbed spaco at tho
head of tho gangwny. These Sierra
partings aro getting to bo more like
littlo carnivals with each falling and
tho detracted quartermasters and
stewards might relievo tho difficulty
somowhat if a second gangway wero
rigged up aft so that tho crowds
would distribute themselves. '
Tho Sierra carried away 1G8 cabin
passengers, seventy-two Spanlah and
Portugueso in the steerage, 27,095
bags of sugar, 5000 bunches of bana
nas, 428 tons of general freight and
tho mall. Tho cargo totaled about
Tho paroengers who went to tho
Coast this morning on the Sierra were
tho following: Win, Adam, Mrs. Adam,
Mits Lucille Alder, F. H. Appelton,
Mrs. Appelton, Adolph Arnold, Mrs,
Arnold, Miss A. H. Arnold, W. C. As
ton, Mrs. Aston and child, W. Ballon
tyne, W. S. Bartlott, Mrs. Bartlett, P.
P. Baxter, R. I. Bentloy, T. H. Benton,
A. W. Bower, Mr.s. Bower, W. T. Brig
ham, B. Brodsky, R, B. Bronson, R, E.
Bronson, Gcorgo L. Bush, Mrs. Bush,
R. Carlson, Leon Carrau, Mrs, Carrau,
L. Carrau Jr., Miss Carrau, J. L, Clark,
rs. K. W. Cooper, Miss Cooper, J. P.
Curtis, R. Cuthbert, .Mns. Cuthbert,
Mrs. W. M. Do Wolf, Miss A. Fcdotoff,
Miss M. Fedotoff, R. W. Foster, Mrs.
Foster, Mrs. S. Fuller, W. Gardiner,
Port and Searched.
nir.lil, Mnstor Glffnrd, V. S. Gilford,
Mm. Clifford, Miss A. B. Glenn, Jules
P. Gless, Mrs. Gloss, Mrs. A. Goodman,
Miss Ruth Goodman, B. G. Granville,
11. G. Gray, P. A. Guilllon, J. F. C. 11a-
gens, Mrs. llaftoiis and maid, Mrs. A.
IlaReng, Mra. J. F. Hale and maid.
Miss A. Hamilton, J. W. Hamilton, R.
B. Hamilton, ( Hedomanu, Mrs. Hedu-
munn, Mrs. J. C. Heiiderson, F. P. Ho-
nan, Mrs. llogan, Miss .Mildred llogan,
W. B. Hook, Edw. Hopkins. Miss C. M.
Huso, James Jaeger, Miss M. B. Jones,
W. H. Jones, Miss Kekole, W. E. Kim-
ball, II. II. Kohlor, Dr. W. Kollankow-
sky (attache I. R. C). W. S. Lang,
Monsarrat, Miss M. Moore, Miss V. G.
Aiountz, Mrs. II. v. Murray and maid,
Master Clarenco Murray, H. McCcnd-j
less, Mrs.. Aiccunuicss anu cnnu, J.
.Mcuieiian, j. u. McKay, Mrs. McKay,
Miss K. Nowkirk, Dr. T. Nichols, Mrs.
Nichols, XT, S. Nichols, E. Nolan, Rev.
T. Okumura, L. Pierce, Mrs. Pierce,
and child, Miss I. Plattner, J. I. Pren-
Mrs. Reed, Master Reed, Mrs. H. Redd 'ports and will finally get away from
and child, Miss Alice Rice, Miss NeI-!Hllo for Salina Cruz about April 21.
li0 Rice, Mrs. E. D. Roberts, Was L.'she 18 taking 3700 tons of sugar from
L Roberts, D. E. Root, G. D. Russell, I Honolulu and will have 12,000 tons In
Mrs. Russell and child, E. T. Saunders,
Mrs. Saunders, II. Sherwood, E. A.l
Sims, Mrs. Sims, F. B. Smith, Mrs.
Frances D. Smith, Henry Snyder, Mc-
Von Temsky, Mrs. E. G. Waldron, E.
E. Walker, Mrs. Walker, iTorman Wat-1
kins, Miss S. Warren, J. B. Wotmoro.l
g, J. Willey, Mrs. Wllley, Miss Biriio!
; Wlllianvs, Mrs. L. M. Withers, M. Ya-
' mashlro. Mrs. A. Zahvere. ,
Thoro wero two Inter-Island arri
vals in port this morning, the Clau
dlne from Hllo and way ports on Ha
waii and Maui and the W. G. Hall
fiom Kauai. Both steamers reported
strong trades and choppy seas, ac
companied by rather unpleasant
weather. The Claudlne was unable
to land her mall at Laupnhoehoo on
account of a heavy sea at that port,
and the Hall reports that the Noeau,
which she found discharging cargo at
Anahola, would probably not be in
hero Friday morning as expected, on
account of bad weather on the wind
ward side of the island.
(WT HUNT 5 m, I
Wm Quality Fruits Jm I
llllipLW. eveak e true ormrc "Peness kB'
yur srcer tojn rou a jjij
At Hllo tho Claiidlne report? the
W. II. Patterson with lumber, the Spo
kane discharging and the Vlrgliilun
loading sugar. The Virginian has
since left for Salina Cruz.
The passeimerB whom the Claudlne
brought to Honolulu this morning
wore the following:
From Hllo Madden, Mrs, Froe
llcher, W. II. Milne nnd wKo, Mrs. L.
.Milne, Father Rollln, Miss Lowden,
Miss 'A. K. Myors, II. V. Lowden and
wifo, It. T. Hoii, Rev. F. S. Scuddor,
H. 11. Brown, Chuck Hoy.
From Hana Miss M. Dens, E. Gles
ecke. Chaug Chin, Takemtiru, B. A.
Kemohl, J. K. Knpol, D. K. Wnllehua,
10. Kalama, C. W. Kauhane, Chang
From Kahulul L. Von Tompsky, A.
P. Tavaros. A. Parsons, H. S. Plum
mor, Miss Mauormnnn, Miss G. Ar
nold R. A. Woodward, Max Groon
baugh, E. C. Vauahnn, Manabc, W. J.
Coolho, M. Modelros, J. B. Medoiros,
A. Josoph, J. Vincent.
From I.ahaina Miss Chang Chun,
W. Henning, Miss C. Low, Miss E.
Low, B. Robinson, H. Bowon.
There wore also fifty deck passen
gers on the Claudlne.
Tho W. G. Hall brought 5000 bags
of sugar from Kauai, seventeen cabin
passengers and eleven on tho deck.
SUGAR AWAITING SHIPMENT.
Tho W. G. Hall reports tho folow
ing amounts of sugar awaiting shlp-
ment on Kaul: Male. 33,004, G. & R.
2200. McB 42 49S V K 7R0 K S M
3750, K. S. Co. 7500, K. P. 15,050, L.
P. 21,941, G. F. 750.
MISSOURIAN OUT TOMORROW,
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Mlssourian, now loading sugar at tho
Tf.,,road wharf wln 8tcam out of port
Tho local cgents received a dis
patch from Hllo this morning report-
ing that the Virginian left for Salina
('ruz yesterday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock. Tho Mexican of tho same
company will leave the Sound for Ho-
nolulu some timo tomorrow,
KNEW WHAT SHfc WANTED.
"JIlsa Bolde," said tho shy student
to tho fair co-ed on th0 other end 6f
the sofa, "if I wero to throw you a
kiss what would you say?"
"I'd say you're the laziest man I
ever met." Minnehaha.
Sod Hipp Kwfld Bo, ill
I 1 3
H6. IV, cor. ot Smith and Hotel St 3
A hotel fur iraons who
know the difference bo
tween Indifferent and supe
rior hotel management.
Emma St. above Vineyard.
Agents Sanitary Steam Laundry.
UNION AND HOTEL. PHONE 1320.
Oay and Night Service.
Just received a new assortment ot
gowns appropriate for tho Easter sea
C0-G7-G8 Young Building.
great Washing coda, uied is
Hospitals and the Home.
Cheaper than Pearllne.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY,
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
MOP ft CO.
Commercial and Travellers'
Letters of Credit issued on the
Bank of California and the Lon
don Joint Stock Bank, Limited,
Correspondents for the Amer
ican Express Company, and
Thoa. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
Issue K. N. & K. Letters ot
Credit and Traveler's Checks
j available throughout the world.
Phono 3184. F. J. McLouahlln.
HONOLULU FORGE CO.
General Ship and Machine BlaoK
smlthling. Tools and Springs mad
tnd repaired. Estimates given on
211 Queen St., near Alakea,
Honolulu, T. H.
WONG WONG CO.
Builders and Contractors
Office, Mnunakea St
STEINWAY & SONS AND
THAYER PIANO CO.
150 Hotel Street Phone 2318.
T iVI So
Makes special rates for delivering
Cable Address "Takapu," Honolula.
Telephone 1675. P. O. Box 1(8
Commission Merchant and llanutaa.
turers' Agent. Japanese Provisions
and General Merchandise.
Nuuanu Street, near King.
KAHN SYSTEM OF REINFORCED
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, Hy, Rib, Rib
Lath, Waterproof Coating.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,