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THIS HAWAIIAN STAR, TUIJSDAY, APRIL 23, 1912.
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Cos Schedule, 1912
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Sail for San Francisco.
S. S. WILHELMINA APRIL 24
S. S. HONOLULAN MAY 1
S. S. LURLINE MAT 14
Honolulu direct on or about April
Tia Tehuantepec, every sixth day,
Company's Wharf, 41st Street, Bouth
will call at and leave Honolulu on or
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S. S CHIYO MARU MAY 28
S. S. NIPPOON MATITT titmbi 10
IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Shipping And Waterfront News
From San Frnnttsco, per Nippon
Mnru, April 23.
To San Francisco, per Wllhelmlna,
From San Francisco, per Sierra,
To San FranciBco, per Shlnyo Mnru,
To tho Orient, per Nippon Mnru,
. From tho Orient, per Shlnyo Maru,
To Australia, per Zealandla, April
From Australia, per Marama, April
SHIPPING IK PORT.
U. S. N. tug Navajo from Mare la-
land, July 20.
U. S. L. II. T. Kukul, April 12.
Harpallon from Gibraltar, April 17.
3. N. Castle, from Makatca, March
Foobng Suoy, from Now York
Eldorado, from Iqulque, April 19.
Flaurenco Ward, Midway Island.
Hawaii, from Junln, April 20.
Edward Sowall, from San Francisco,
Mexican, from Sound, April 20.
Wllhelmlna, from HIlo, April 22.
VE88ELS DUE HERE.
From San Franclice
Honolulan, April 24.
Nippon Maru, April 23,
Sierra, April 26.
Tenyo Maru, April 30.
Lurllne, May 8.
Marama, April 24.
Makura, May 21.
Zealandla, June 18.
Marama, July If.
From the Orient.
Shlnyo Maru, April 30.
Siberia, May 7.
China, May 14.
Manchuria, May 21.
Chiyo Maru, May 28.
For San Francises.
Wllhelmlna, April 24.
Shlnyo Maru, April 30.
Sierra, May 1.
Honolulan, May 1.
Zealandla, April 24.
Marama, May 22,
Makura, Juna 19.
Zealandla, July 12.
Marama, August 14.
For the Orient
Nippon Maru, April 23.
Tenyo Maru, April SO.
Persia, May 11.
Korea, May 1C.
Shlnyo Maru, May 24.
Siberia, May 31.
For Hawaii Porta via Maul.
Manna Koa, I.-L B. N. Co, every
Claudlne, Inter-Island 8. N Co.,
very Friday. m4v
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mikahala every Tuesday.
For Kauai Porta.
W. Q. Hnll, U, 8. N. Co., every
Klnau, I.-L S. N. Co, every Tuesday.
For Kona and Kau Porta.
Kllauea, I.-I. S. N Co, alternate
Tuesdays and Fridays.
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Letters of Credit issued on the
Bank of California and the Lon
don Joint Stock Bank, Limited,
Correspondents for tho Amer
ican Express Company, and
Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
Pau ka Hana
COMMODORE FILER HERE WITH MARU
Big Mail ,arid Treasure Shipment
Board Big Day In Harbor To
morrow Coast News
' Commodore W. E. Fllmer brought
tho Nippon Maru into port from San
Francisco this morning and will mako
the round trip In the Toyo Kisen
Kaisha liner to relievo Captain Alfred
G. Stevens who Is on n trip homo to
England. Thero was also a change
noticeable In the purser's department
when the liner tied up at Alakea
wharf for T. Clarke McComho Is now
official purser of the Nippon Maru In
placo of Purser Culton who has been
made freight clerk of tho Tenyo Maru.
It was, nearly eight o'clock when tho
Nippon Maru was sighted off Koko'"
Head and two hours later she was
docked at her wharf. Commodore Fll
mer, who is the oldest captain on tha
run and Is at the head of the T. K. K.
fleet, was on the brldgo and ho declar
ed that ho Intended to take actual
command for the round trip.
Tho Nippon brought ono of the larg
est shipments of mall that has come
In port hero on one boat for a long
time. There were 534 sackB of mall
for here in the hold and delivery of
the first-class mall was hastened by
taking all of the sacks containing let
ters from tho boat while sho was still
In tho hold of the Nippon Is three-
quarters of a million dollars worth of
treasure for China besides a two
thousand ton cargo of miscellaneous
Purser McCombe reported fine wea
ther all the way from Frisco to hero
and declared that the days were one
continuous round of pleasure. On
board were eighty-two through cabin
passengers, eight second class, and
twenty-six In tho steerage. Two stow
aways ana tnreo deported persons
were put on the steerajje list at the
last moment, but according to the pur
ser made no trouble at all.
Among tho passengers are several
persons of note. Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Brown and their child are lay-over
passengers here and will remain in
Honolulu for a month. Mr. Brown is
a well-known journalist In the States
and Is editor of the Toyo Kisen Kai
sha and the United States Navy ma
gazines; P. H. Wooten of the Ameri
can Trading Company Is on board, and
D. L. Smith, a tea buyer, is making
his annual trip to China and Japan.
Four drillers are bound for Burma,
J. Hoffman, B. J. Lewis. C. G. Mc
Cutchoon and John H. Bushe; Mr. and
Mrs. Henning and son, who aro prom
inent Shanghai residents, aro on their
way homo fiom a visit to the Statoe,
and A. S. Rkoades, a Coast auto-truck
mail, 1b on .his way to Manila with his
Leo Yoke Suey, his wife and fam
ily aro on their way to China, whero
they will make a long visit. Mr. Suey
Is head of the Arm of Juan Suey &
Co. of San Francisco. T. Fugl, a mla-!
isier or tro gospel, is on his way
home from a visit to tho States.
The Nippon Maru will depart for
tho Orient at three o'clock this after
noon with several cabin and steerage
passengers from Honolulu.
The Wllhelmlna's List.
Tho Wllhelmlna will depart for San
Francisco from Hackfeld wharf at
ten a. m. tomorrow. She goes out
with a full cabin and a big cargo In
her hold. The following passengers,
Including tho Shriner's Arab Patrol
for Los Angeles, aro booked for pas
sage In tho Wllhelmlna tomorrow.
Mrs. Perry, Miss B. Neville, Mrs.
H. M. Kinney, Mrs. Smith and 3 chil
dren, Mrs. F. R. Fassett, Mrs. E. Eh
lers, Miss E. Pahl, D. A. McNamara,
W. M. Buchanan, J. W. Kcrshnor,
Miss E. Arps, Mrs. A. Heuermnnn,
Miss E. Arps, R. H. Bemroso, W. E.
McCoy, G. N. Buttolph and child, Mrs.
J. W. Speer and child, B. Mllhauser.
R. F. Dempsey, L. A. Kerr, Miss
Walto, Mrs. L. J. Felletler, A. H. Jung
claus, R. E. Lydecker, H. P. Buchley,
Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Larken, W. N.
Patten, R. W. Perkins, G. A
salves, T. E. Wall, Dr. A. C. Wall,
C. R. Frazier, Sam Johnson, A. K.
Knal, Geo. Richardson, Mrs. H. Fan
gel, Miss M. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Ta
bor, H. B. Glffard, H. S. Gray, Geo.
H. Angus Miss M. Fauth, 'Mrs. F.
Rowald, Mrs. P. L. Homo, Miss M.
I. . Gorst, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Wll-
Hams, E. McCarthy, W. Turnbull. W. ( locality several weeks ago. Captain
F. Desha, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Mc winklo stateB tho derelict la In the
Gill, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Hopkins, P. direct path of cosstwlso vessels and
W. Swift, Jnmes Cralk, Mrs, S. E. Da- constitutes a serious menaco to navl
mon, Miss Damon, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. gallon,
Rowon, Mrs. M. S. Green, Miss C.j PORTLAND, April 16. That Frank
Frankf K, R G. Wallace, Ernest Par- Waterbouso & Co. will not abandon
J. F. Wnkefleld, Mrs. A. A Wilson
maid and child, Miss J R. Bollows,
Mrs. M. A. Kurtzhalas, Mr. and Mrs C.
V. C. Deerlng, E. G. Swift and wife
Geo. F. Ronton,, L C Abies, Col. D. J
Rumbaugh, wife and child, P. T. Cleg
horn and wife, L. P. Fleishman, F
G. Sclionwassor, Miss Laura Paxton
Jas. D. Dougherty, A. F. Wall, Mrs
Gustav Schaefer Dr. M. E. Grossmar
wife and 2 children, Mrs. E. S. Shep
herd, Mrs. F. B. Look,, Mrs. A. F
Bangs, Mrs. G. A. Burr, C. E. Wrlgh
and wife, Mr and Mrs. J. K. Stow
art and child, V W Waldrop, S Mit
chell, Mrs S. Mitchell, Mrs. B. Kohl
berg, Master McGIH, Lester Petrle.
Other Boats Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will bo a big steamer day
with four liners coming and going
within a few hours of each other. The
Canadian-Australian liner Marama
will dock at tho Oceanic wharf at
seven a. m. and will pull away for
Vancouver at three in the afternoon.
As the Marama steams away from
here, she will probably meet the Zea
landla, also a Canadian-Australian
boat, coming in from Vancouver. The
Zealandla will get away for Australia
The Honolulan will arrive from the
Coast tomorrow morning early and
will dock at Hackfeld wharf two hours
before tho Wfihelmina steams for
On board the Honolulan is a vaude
ville show and dime-museum com
bined and it Is expected that the pas
sengers will have plenty of entertain
ment In the theatrical line.
Chief Steward Joo Farrell has sev
eral times In the past shown that he
possesses talent as a stage manager,
at one time oven going so far as to
J book a hula dance, but It Is expected
mat tnis trip will eciirse all previous
Varioloid on Sherman.
News was brought from tho Coast
this morning that an epidemic of
varioloid broke out on the transport
Sherman shortly before her arrival
from Honolulu and only for tho Im
mediate tnd proper Isolation of tho
victims by tho ship's surgeon, the
army transport might have been quar
The epidemic broke out among the
Filipinos In the stewards' department.
As soon as the first case was dlscov
ered, tho doctor ordered all tho pan'
try boys to be placed In the hospital
and the parsengers were thereafter
mlnlttered to r.t table by members of
the deck department who assumed the
"role of waiters.
The Sherman arrived on the four
teenth after a smooth trip.
The oil ship Argyll of San Francisco
met with an accident similar to that
which befell the Matson steamship
Enterprise some weeks ago and had
to be towed Into San Francisco by
the Red Stack tug Sea Rover. The
Argyll, which belongs to tho Union
Oil Line, broke her tall.shaft the
morning of tho thirteenth while on
her way to Seattle. She was picked
up off the coast of Oregon by the Sea
Rover and tho tanker Oleum and
brought into port Tuesday night.
The Inter-Island steamship Kllauea
arrived from Island ports this morn
ing with nlnety-ftvo cabin and fifty
three deck passengers. In the hold
were 8000 bags of sugar, thlrty-slx
bales of sisal, thirty-eight bunches of
banana's, seven eggs, eleven barrels of
flsh, thirty-two of fruit, 1CG packages
of sundries, 492 bags of coffee and
seventeen crates of chickens. In tho
cargo were also sundry live pigs,
ducks, turkeys, cows, calves, horses
and ono goat.
Tho purser reported lino weather
on the way in. The Nllhau was seen
loading at Honuapo and the Watlelo
On the Coast.
SAN PEDRO, Cal., April 1C
kTho steamer Washington arrived
this afternoon, out flvo days from
Coos Bay, via San Francisco, bringing
C00.000 feet of lumber for-various con
signees. Captain Winklo of the Wash
ington reports that on tho morning of
April 13, threo miles southeast of
Blunt's reef lightship, a broken mast
with crosstrces and a part of the rig
ging was prssed. This was probably
tho derelict that was sighted by tho
schooner Albert Moyer near the same
tho announcement mado this morning
by A. T. Prlckord, locnl ngent of tho
ASTORIA, April 1G. Captain
Marck of tho Gorman ship Frieda,
which arrived Monday afternoon, thlr
ty-Bovcn days from Santa Rocalla, tc-
ports that on March 13, when tho ves
sel was four days out Walter Leh
mnnn, a deck boy, fell into tho lower
hold as ho was working between decks
and was so badly Injured that he died
two hours later without recovering
FILED FOR RECORD
Recorded April 20, 1912.
Bank of Honolulu, Ltd., to E. II.
Wodehouse, Par. Rel.
E. H. Wodehouso and wife to Cecil
Hllo Sugar Co. to Hamamura Tolchl
et al, Rel.
H. Waterhouso Trust Co. Ltd. to
Henry Gorman et al, D.
W. W. Hall Ltd. to Arthur J. Spit-
Alfred L. Castlo by atty to S. Naka-
shlma et al, Rel.
S. Nakashima et al to Walplo Pine
apple Co. Ltd., B. S.
Walplo Pineapple Co. Ltd. to Ha
waii Preserving Co, Ltd., Addl. Secy.
and Addl. M.
Recorded April 22, 1912.
F. S. Lyman to R. A. Lyman et al,
Hllo Boarding School by Trs. to R.
A. Lyman et al, Rel.
Hllo Boarding School by Trs to Ru
fuB A. Lyman and wife, Rel.
Martha Z. S. Kawal and hsb to
Archie C. Kaaua, P. A.
Emmallno Kalllhlwa to William R,
Castle Tr., C. M.
William R. Castlo Tr to Emmallne
Kalllhlwa, A. M.
John Gomes and wlfo to Thomas
Gomes et al, D.
Western and Hawn Invsmt Co. Ltd.
to Georgo P. Castle, A. M,
John F. Bowler to Yang Cheu Klam,
Recorded March 30, 1912.
J. Haba to Volcano Stables and
Transportation Co. Ltd, C. M.; E-M-F
Plander touring car model No. 62,804,
Ter of Hawaii; ?G50; b 357, p 364.
Dated Mar. 20, 1912.
T. Kurltani et al to Volcano Stables
& Transport. Co., Ltd., C. M.; one
five-passenger Csdlllac touring car
No. 29522; $600; b 357, p 367. Dated
Mar. 22, 1912.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd. to Emmie
S. Stoney. Par. Rel: 3063 sn ft lnnrl.
Achi Lane, Honolulu, Oahu; $850; b
357, p 370. Dated Mar. 30, 1912.
Emmie S. Stoney and hsb (D.) by
atty to Albert Steinke, D; 3063 sq ft
'and, Achi Lane, Honolulu, Oahu;
$900; b 362, p 290. Dated Mar. 30,
Albt. Steinke to Guardian Trust Co.
Ltd., M; 30G3 sq ft land, rents, etc.,
Achi Lane, Honolulu, Oahu; $400; b
357, p 372. Dated Mar. 30, 1912.
Est of Maria King by Tr et al to
William R. Castlo Tr., M; Gr 2228 and
half of Gr. 1836. Keopukaloa, etc.,
Kone, Molokal; life Insurance policy,
$3000; b 357, p 375. Dated Mar. 25,
Hee Kwong to Chung Ming et al,
B. S.; furniture, fixtures, goods, wares,
mdtc., etc., of K. M. Henry's photo
gallery, 69 Hotel St., Honolulu,
Oahu; $1750; b 366, p 295. Dated
Mar. 30, 1912.
Alfred Tavares and wlfo to Manuel
F. Calres Jr., D; por L P 4152, Ahua
loa, Hamakua, Hawaii; $150; b 355,
p 393. Dated Mar. 22, 1912.
Mahoel de F. Nascimento and wife
to Francisca Rodrigues, D; 1 A of lot
3, Patent 4102, Aliuoloa, HamEkua,
Hawaii; $50; b 355. p 394. Dated Mar.
Thomas Alu and wlfo to Charles
Melnecke, pc land, ' Hlenaloll 2,. N.
Kona, Hawaii'; Excge; b 355, p 395.
Dated Feb. ,23, 1912.
Mealoha nui and hsb et al to Hllo
Railroad Co.. L; 40 ft strip of R P
4677, Kul 5159, Puue'o, Hllo, Hawaii;
$25; b 363, p 253. Dated Aug. 25,
Otto R'elnhardt et al to Hllo Rail
road Co., D; por Gr 2976, Haaheo, N.
Hllo, Hawaii; $25; b 360, p 370. Dated
Nov. 6, 1909.
Otto Relnhardt et al to Hllo Rail
road Co., D; 3570 s(t ft of Gr. 2976,
Haaheo, S. Hllo, Hawaii; $50; b 360,
p 371. Dated Nov. 6, 1909.
Hannah Wallanl to Hllo Railroad
Co., D; Int In 2 6-100 A of Gr. 807, Ala
kahl, S. Hllo, Hawaii; $75; b 3G0, p
373. Dated Juno 28, 1910.
E. II. Kokapal to Maul Dry Goods
& Grocery Co., Ltd., L; por R P 198G,
and A 3, Kul 8G54, Walakoa, Kula,
Maul; 10" yrs at $4 por A per an.; b
3G3, p 250. Dated Mar. 27, 1912.
Dan T. Carey to First National
Bnnk of Walluku, C, M.; leasehold,
blacksmith tools, etc., Main St., Wal
lukup, Maul; $2000; b 357, p 368. Dat
ed Mar. 27, 1912.
MONDAY, TUKSDAY, WEDNESDAY.
Strong Man Balances Plows, Wagon
Wheels and Weights upon Chin
A Marvel of Strength.
Graham's Trained Troupe Only Act
of Its Kind.
Four Russian Dancers.
A BIG PROGRAM.
MATINEE EVERY AFTERNOON
Funny Yiddish Violinist
In entire change of musical selection
and new "Trlflo Patter" "Honest."
He's tho funny musician.
MANY REELS OF NEW
, NEW BILL
Al. H. Hallet &Co.
Offering a Comedy Drama of Great
A Powerful Story a Play with a
LAST THREE NIGHTS
Hamlin & Mack
Vaudeville Society Dancers
In New Repertolro
John P. Rogers
PICTURES OF INTEREST.
Aasourrcur pure corrcrWiiM
NEL80N B. LAN8INQ, Distributor.
Bridge and Beach Stoves ior Coal
Quick Meal Blue Flame Oil astovea
Perfection Oil Stoves.
Giant Burner Gasoline Stoves.
EMMELUTH CO., LTD.
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