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THK HAWAIIAN ST AH, TIlt'KStnY. APRIL I. I9IJ.
THE HAWAIIAN STAR
Dally published o?ery aftarnoon
NowBPftjMtr Aiioolai.on, Ltd., 125-131
nterd at the Potloffic at Honolulu as socond-olais mail matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, PAYABLH IN ADVANCJB.
Baity, anywhere In tho Islands, por month ..................I .70
IBsJty, anywhere In tho Islands, throo month..... 2.00
Dairy, anywhoro In tho Islands, six months 4.00
Dally, anywhero In tho Islands, ono year 8.00
R&ally, to foreign countries, ono year 12.00
Oteml-Weokly, anywhere In the Islanda.ono year - 2.00
BaxakWoekly to Foreign countries, ono year 1 .00
AdTcrtislng ratea supplied upon request
b D. TIMMON8 -.MANAGER
Business office telephone, 2366; poatofflco box, 36G,
Iceanic Steamship Gompany
ARRIVE) HON. LEAVE HON.
sauLVB a r.
IBAR.Be APR. I APR. 10 APR 16
'APRIL 029 APRIL 26 MAY 1 MAY 7
MAY 11 MAY 17 MAY 22 MAY 28
BTUNH 1 JUNB 7 JUNE 12 JUNE 18
JUNE 22 JUNE 28 JULY 3 JULY
RATES from Honolulu to Ban Francisco: First Class, S6K; Round Trip,
5(110. Family Room, extra.
Reflerratlons will not be held later than Forty-Eight hours prior to'
pis adrertlaod sailing time unless tlckots are paid tor In full.
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FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
C Brewer & Co., Ltd.
I GENERAL AGENT8.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Go
Bteamera ot the abore line running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, betaeen Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney,
PJ. 8. W, and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
09. B. ZEALAND IA APR X4
B. 8. MARAMA MAY IS
0. S. MAKURA JUNE 19
8. S. ZEALANDIA JULY 17
CALLING AT 8UVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
Theo. H Davies & Co., Ltd., Ge.i'1 Agents
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
" Steamers ol the above company wiii caii at Honolulu and 'lean this
gort on or about the dates mentioned below:
For the Orient: For 8an Francisco.
B. B. MONGOLIA APR 16 S. S. PERSIA APR 16
V. a PERSIA MAY 11 S. S. KOREA APR. 23
S. S. SIBERIA MAY 7
S. S. CHINA MAY 14
' Will call at Manila.
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN 8AN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU.
Arrive from San Francisco.
B. S. LURLINE APRIL 10
8. S. WILHELMINA APRIL 16
S. S. HONOLULAN APRIL 23
B. S. LURLINE MAY 8
S. S. Hllonlan sails from Seattle
CA8TLE & COOKE, LTD., GENERAL AGEMT8.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
i ... i
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec, every olxtb. day.
ITrelght received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. ALASKAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAY 3
a S. ARIZONAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAY 14
S. S. VIRGINIAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAY 25
For further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu,
a P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
I Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Bteamera ot the above Company
about the dates mentioned. below:
FOR THE ORIENT:
a 8. NIPPON MARU APR 23
8. S. TENYO MARU APR. 30
8. S. SHINYO AARU MAY 24
Calls at Manila omitting call at Shanghai.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
I UNION-PACIFIC TRAN8FER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St., next Young Hotel. Telephones 1874 and 1875.
(xcpl RmiiiIbj ) by the Hawaiian Star
AIUUVH e. r.
S. S. MARAMA : APR 13
S. S. MAKURA...., MAY 21
S. S. ZEALANDIA JUNE 18
S. S. MARAMA JUCY 16
Sail for San Francisco.
S. S. HONOLULAN APR 8
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
will call at and leave Honolulu on or
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO:
S. 8. SHINYO MARU APR. 80
S. S CHIYO MARU MAY 28
S. S. NIPPOON MARU.... JUNE 18
Shipping And Waterfront News
From Sati Francisco, per Mongolia,
To tho Orient, per Mongolia, April
From tho Orient, per Persia, Apill
To Australia, pur Zoalandla, April
From Australia, per Marama, April
mm so u( pout.
1 i '
U. S. N. tug Navajo from Mare Is
land, July 20,
IT. S. S. S. Glacier from San Fran
cisco, April 16.
Helene, from Aberdeen, March 18.
S. N. Castle, from Makatea, March
Foohng Suey, from New York
Wilhelmina, April 16.
Flaurenco Ward, Midway Island.
Shiatsu Maru from Newcastle
VESSELS DUE HERE.
From San Franclaca
Wllhelmlna, April 16
Mongolia, April 16.
Honolulan, April 23. j
Nippon Maru, April 23
Sierra. April 26. '
Tonyo Maru, April 30.
Marama, April 23.
Makura, May 21.
Zoalandla, Juno 18.
Marama, July If.
From the Orient.
J.- A' J'
Persia, April 16.
Korea, April 23.
Shlnyo Maru, April 30.
Siberia, May 7.
China, May 14.
Manchuria, May 21.
Chlyo Mam, May 28.
For Osn Francises.
Lurline, April 16.
Persia, April 16 ,
Korea, April 23.
Wllhelmlna, April 24.
Shlnyo Maru, April 30,
Zealandla, April 24.
Marama, May 22.
Makura, Jun3 19.
Zealandla, .Tnly 12.
Marama, August 14.
For the Orient.
Mongolia, April 16.
Nippon Maru, April 23.
Tenyo Maru, April 30,
Persia, May 11,
Korea, May 16.
Shinyo Maru, May 24.
Siberia, May 31,
For Hawaii Ports via Maul.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. 8. N. Co., every
Claudine, Inter-Island 8. N. Co.,
For Maul, via Molokat.
Mlkahala every Tuesday.
For Kauai Porta.
w. u. Hau, s. N. Co., every
Klnau, I.-L S. N. Co., every Tuesday.
For Kona and Kau Ports.
KUauea, I.-I. S. N Co., alternate
Tuesdays and Fridays.
ARREST CHINA REACTIONARIES.
PEKIN, April 5. Thirty reaction
aries have been arrested at Cuin
chowfu in lower Manchuria, while on
their way to Pekin armed with many
bombs and revolvers. They claim to
bo members of an organization num
bering many thousands called the
"Iron and Blood Society." tho purpose
of which is to resiom uie .iwaichy.
It Is belloved that the reactionaries
will make trouble by resorting to ter
rorist methods, but their chances of
success are small because they lack
strong leaders and because their aim
Is contrary to the trend of public
Morning Cable Report
(Continued from Page One.)
MONTGOMERY, Ala., April IS. Alabama's forty delegates to the
Democratic National Convention are pledged to support OBcar Underwood
for tho presidential nomination as long as he Is a candidate.
STOCKTON, Cal., April 18. William Dorr was arrested yesterday
charged with murder.
WASHINGTON, April 18. Admiral George Dewey yesterday unveiled
the monument erected to tho memory of John Paul Jonas.
NEW YORK, April 18. A wireless from tho Carpathia says John Ja
cob Astor Is not on board. Dr. Washington Dodge of San Francisco has
wirelessed that he is among those rosfcued from the Titanic.
CITY OF MEXICO, April IS. Tho Madero government yesterday offi
cially announced that It did not recognize tho right of Washington to in
struct tho executive and diplomatic representative of the Mexican republic
In that nation's duties, nor to dictate Its policy in tho observance of Inter
VERSAILLES, France, April 18. John Vorrept committed suicide hero
yesterday by leaping from his aeroplane when at a height of eight hundred
feet. Ho -was distracted by a recent quarrel with his fiancee.
WASHINGTON, April 18. President Taft has appealed to tho Red
Cross Society to help In tho relief of flood sufferers.
VICKSBURG, Miss., April 18. Reports from all sections of tho South
Indicate that tho flood conditions are rapidly growing worse, and that tho
waterB of tho Mississippi and tributary streams aro Btill rising.
Large Passenger List for Wilhelmina to
Hilo Coast Shipping Data.
Thetis on Cruise
Delegates to tho Republican con
vention at Chicago are making ar
rangements to leave Honolulu togeth
er on tho Matson steamer Honolulan
when she leaves for San Francisco
May 29. This is tho latest date that
the six delegates nnd their altern
ates can leave In order to make con
nections on the mainland which will
taken them to Chicago in tinio for
the opening day of the convention-
At Castle & Cooke's the agents, it
was said that the delegates might bo
going to leave on tho Honolulan al-
though they didn't know and, al-
though ono might be booked, his
nanio didn't appear on the booking
WILHELMINA'S HILO LIST.
When tho Wilhelmina leaves lor
Hilo this evening, there will bL a full
consignment of freight and passen
gers on board. Tho following passen
gers are booked for the Volcano Isl
and: K. Arks,
Mrs. P. M, Dunn, Miss
Mrs, A. Honsman, Rev. J.
Rev. J. Smyth, H. T. Moore, wife and
child, D. G. May, S. Green, Mr. Fugar,
Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Dennett, Mr. and
Mrs. T. O. Treen, J. M. Hoss, Mrs.
C. Pahl, Miss E. P. Mann, Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. CahlP, Mrs. E. Ehlers, Mrs.
P. R. Passett, Mrs. N. Richards, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Vagas, Mr. Perri, A. O.
ICplkhorst, G. Kolkhorst, R. It. Zanc,
Chas. Huyck, Frank G. Rosa, Haron
Heyl, Baron Boelhirger, Mrs. R. E.
Sloan, Mrs. Waite, Mr. R. T. Kimball,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Mrs. H. S.
"Marvin, Mrs. C. J. McPherson, J. Mc-
Pherson, Mr. A. T. Moses, F. F. Lochs,
Mrs. W. S. Post, Mr. and Mrs. U. H.
Heinemann, Mrs. Wilbur, Miss Lor-
gaere, Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Stewart and son. S. Mitch
ell, Uda Waldrop, Mrs. S. Mitchell.
Mrs. B. Kohlberg, Mrs. II. Lowden,
Miss Kinney, Mrs. M. S. Green, Mrs.
Nevill, Mrs. Tabor, Mrs. W. Coombs,
Mrs, P. E, Steere, Mrs. J. It. Miner,
wood, Mrs. W. M. Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. (
C. Brown, A. 6. Damon, Mr. C. F.
Brown, Mrs. Meserve, Mrs. M. Rutney,
Mrs. Shevbold, Mrs. G. M. Cooke, Mr.
Armltage, A. B. Arlelgh.
The Mateon liner will sail for San
Francisco next Wednesday.
Two big nitrate consignments for
the Hawaiian Fertilizer Company and
Mrs. N. A. Putnam, Dr. Geo. Herbert, Camden, N. .1., to build a $1,000,000
C. Wolters, Mrs. H. H. Morris, H. iZ. steamship, designed to make the voy
Kelsey, J, E. Mocine, Mr. and Mrs.'age between San Francisco and Ehm'
the Pacific Guano Fertilizer Works j pan, last summer and which has been
respectively are due to arrive here floated and taken to Yokohama, is
from South America some time to- still pending and whether the steam
morrow. I er will be repaired, at a cost of ap
The schooner Eldorado is duo from I proximately $150,000 by the Canadian
Iquiquo with a consignment for the
Hawaiian Fertllzer company and
the schooner Hawaii s expected in
from Valparaiso with a nitrate. ship
ment for tho Pacific Guano Com
pany. INTER-ISLAND SHIPPING.
Tho Inter-Island peoplo are watch
ing for the collier St. Kilda duezliere
from Newcastle with a shipment of
coal. She will dock at the Bishop
wharf behind tho Shlntsu Maru.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Claudine
will leave for Maui ports t three
this afternoon. She carries a big
consignment of general merchandise
nnd the following passengers:
Mrs. Ella Hardy. J. Bught, R. Ba
rau, Rev. S. K. Kaallua, Geo. Morath,
M. S. Depont, Mrs. J. Depont, K. Kala-
ma. 1). K. Wailehua, Leong a Quon
son, .1. K. Kaholokula, Nelson K. Ka
loa, Jr., W. J. Coelho, A. 13. Nnone.i
J. W. Haleman, S. Kuula, B. A. Ke
JBOhe, CUTTER ON CRUISE.
At four o'clock yesterday after
noon, tho revenue cutter Thetis left
for a tlireo weeks' Inspection trip of
the bird reservation. Among other
islands, tho cutter will stop at Lay
san and Llsiansky.
ON THE COAST.
Optimistic reports have reached
here from San Francisco of tho
growth and development of shipping)
along the Coast and the cry for more
and larger steamers is going up from
According to the report, 369,627
passengers were carried in 1911 by
these vessels, and all ship-owners en
gaged in the trade have done a largo
business. The Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, which covers the
whole Coast from Southwestern
Alaska to San Diego, heads' tho list
wjth a total of 137.526 passengers.
an(1 the pacflc NaVigation Company,
operating tho Yale and Harvard,
come second with 109,947. Tho San
Francisco - Portland Company, with '
three ships, had 55,773 passengers, J
and the North Pacific 32,822.
The Pacific Navigation Company,;
with two steamships, did 30 per cent
of the whole business, and were sur-i
only by the Pacific Coast,
Steamship Company, with eleven ves-i
sels. Shippers claim that for further!
development of this big Coast trade1
more fast steamships are required '
that will make tho trip from San I
Francisco to San Pedro in less than
As tho reBult of this demand for
more steamers, the Pacflc Navigation
Company is preparing to put two tur
blnors on the San Francisco-Portland
route, and the Pacific Coast Company,
In order to meet the sharp competi
tion, has awarded a contract to the
New York Shipbuilding Company of
Pedro In about the same time us the
Vae and Harvard. Another contract
rnr ., Sstp,. shin is tn im lnt hv tii
same company. These turbiners will,
make the journey in approximately
the same time as the railroad trains
traveling between San Francisco and
Los Angeles. I
Adjustment of the instmnce on the
British steamer "Empress of China, '1
which went ashore at Shirahama, J a-
Pacific Railway and again placed in
commission will hinge on the insur
ance settlement. If the Insuranco
company sees fit to repair the craft,
then she will be retained and use'i
on tho Pacific until further changes
are made. If the company has to
spend a large sum for repairing the'
vessel, she will bo sold to the Jap
anese, who aro said to be anxjous to
Ship "Edward Sewall," which lett
Philadelphia Oct. 5 and New York)
Nov. 4, arrived at San Francisco
Marcli 10 with a cargo of 5500 tons
all to one concern, tho Pacific Hard
ware & Steel Co., which has also
chartered tho now steamer "Cordova"
for a full cargo of "2500 tons from
Capt. John McArthur, of Chicago,
who has lately been in Sacramento,
says hp will build two whaleback
steamers, to ply between that placo
apd San Francisco.
Capt. O. P. Bolles, 17 years U. S.
Inspector of Hulls at San Francisco,
Repairs to bark "Nuuanu" at Falk
land Islands, from New York, are es
timated at $10,000.
It Is reported tho contract will bo
let next month for tho first of two
largo ipassenger steamers, 17 por cent
larger than thp "President" nnd
"Governor," for' tho Pacific Coast
Steamship Co. Tho now vessel will
be a twin-screw steamship, like tho
"Governor," and about tho samo de
bign. Her engines will be of sutl
dent power to enable her to main
tain 18J knots an hour. She is to
be 442x52x29, and 0250 tons gross
with passenger accommodations for
Tho namo of tho steamer "M. p.
Plant," 1214 tons, built at Philadel
phla, but now hailing from Tacoma,
has been changed to tho "Yukon."
At tho meeting f the harbor com
missloncrs that was held yesterday
afternoon, tho matter ot tho piling at
tho Oceanic wharf was brought up.
It was alleged that the piles aro in
a bad condition and that some of
them want renewing.
Tho cbmmlssloners decided, upon
tho motion of James Wakefield, that
tho matter remain In abeyance for a
time, as there Is no immediate dan
Tho Waimea, Kauai, wharf is re
ported to bo now in good condition,
and all tho repairs aro completed.
Tho Napoopoo wharf was also dls-
cussel, and an additional appropria
tion of $1870 was agreed to. This is
necessary in order to construct a
shed that will protect freight from
tho spray that at times dashes up on
COAST PASSENGER FIGURES.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 10. The
following figures filed In the office of
John K. Bulger, supervising inspector
of steam vessels, show the number of
passengers carried coastwise during
tho calendar year of 1911: Pacific
Coast Steamship Company, 137,626;
Pacific Navigation Company, 109,942;
San Francisco and Portland Steam
ship Company, 32,822; Charles H. Hlg-
gira, 5163; Charles R. McCormick,
4061; E. .1. Dodge Company, 3607; Pol
lard Steamship Company, 2210; Inter
ocean Transportation Company, 2129;
Ewayne & Hoyt, 1907; J. R. Hanlfy &
Co., 1585; California and Oregon
Coast Steamship Company, 1512; A. P.
Estabrook Company, 1291.
Catallna Island service Wilming
ton Transportation Company, 215,005;
Meteor Boat Company, 63,733.
FILED FOR RECORD
Recorded March 26, 1912.
Kaimuki Land Co. Ltd. to M. A.
Moore, D; loU 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
17, IS, 19, and 20, blk 106, New Ocean
View tract, Honolulu, Oahuj $1G.1,65;
li 3G2, p 272. Dated Mar, 19, 1912.
Mutual Building and Loan Sooy of
Hawaii Ltd. to Anna M, Rock, Roljj
luls 1 UUd 2, blk 18, bldga, rent's, etc.,
Kaimuki tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
$2500; b 361, p 225. Dated Mar. 26,
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd. lo Mark P.
Robinson, D; R P 783, Kul 899, bldgs,
rents, etc., Hoaeae, Ewa, Oahu; $450;
b 362, p 274. Dated Mar. 22, 1912.
I. Yasuda to Y. Takakuwa, Tr. Sale;
furniture, fixtures, goods, wares,
nuVse, livestock, ety; $1; b 366, p 279.
Dated Mar. 25, 1912.
B. Cressaty and wife to D. W. An
derson, D; int in 63370 sq ft of Gr,
2809, etc., Kalla, Honolulu, Oahu; Int
in 6570 sq t of Ap 1, R P 5597. Kul
70, etc., Pauchl St., Honolulu, Oahu;
$1; b 3C0, p 345. Dated Mar. 25, 1912.
D. W. Anderson to Sophia Cressaty,
D; int in 63370 sq ft of Gr 2809, etc.,
Kalla, Honolulu, Oahu; Int In 6570 sq
ft of Ap 1, R P 5597, Kul 70, etc., Pau-
ahi St., Honolulu, Oahu; $1; b 3G0, p
316. Dated Mar. 25, 1912.
Fidelity Insuranco Co. Ltd. to Mrs.
Lee chun Shee, Agrmt; to .sell' for
$900, lots 13, 14 and 15, Blk C, Mlnton
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $1; b 366, p
2S1. Dated Jan. 26, 1912.
Edgar Henriques and wife to Au
gust C. Carvalho, D; lots 10 and 11,
Sec A, Kaalaaluna, Honolulu, Oahu;
$750; b 302, p 275. Dated Feb. 26,
Anna M. Rock and hsb (J.) to Sam
uol Fox, D; 9375 sq ft of lots 1 nnd 2,
blk 18, bldgs, rents, etc., Kaimuki
tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $2500; b 362,
p 276. Dated Mar. 20, 1912.
Joso Vasconcellos to Manuel P. Ha
zil, Agrmt; to sell for $650 1800 sq ft
of Kul 4034, bldgs, etc., Asylum Rd.,
Honolulu, Oahu; b 366, p 284. Dated
Feb. 5, 1912.
LONDON ECHO OF
LONDON, March 30. Tho lesson of
tho coal strike, according to Punch,
is that "you can fuel all tho people
some of tho time and some of the
people all the time, but It is Impos
slblc to fuel all the people all the
It Is easy for a woman to win any
kind of argument if sho is a prolific
Tho average man is willing lo
spend money for any old thing with
tho exception of taxes.
When a woman asks a man If ho
thinks sho looks her ago It's up to
him to Ho Hko a gentleman,
Presenting a Comedy-Drama
A Story of Heart Interest.
Hamlin & Mack
Vaudeville Society Dancers
Tho Popular Basso.
John P. Rogers
In Selected Prgram
ALL NEW PICTURES
Only act of kind in tho United States
A Wonderful Act
Great Comedians Eccentrique in Up-
Premier Russian Daners in entire"
new series of
RUSS FOLK STEPS
Funny Yiddish Violinist.
His Songs and Patter aro tho funniest
ever. His Violin Music is both grand
and comic. "Honest" He's the laugh
maker. Miss Golden
Girl Ventriloquist in entirely new
Stunt FUNNIER THAN BEFORE
MOTION PICTURES GALORE.
"HOUSE OF GOOD FILMS."
MATINEE EVERY AFTERNOON
The Colonial J
A hotel where there la an
absolute freedom from the
usual hotel annoyances. The
culsino and service excel.
Emma St., above Vineyard.
STOPS ALL ITCHING
New skin Remedy cures Eczema,
Salt Rheum, Bolls, Burns, Cuts, Piles
and all skin diseases.
Whenever eczema Is present on the
body, limbs or scalp, the first demand'
is for something to stop the continued
The Newton Ointment does with'
the first application.
Sold at Honolulu Drug Co., Makino
Drug Co., and other drug stores.