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T11K HAWAIIAN STAR. 'THURSDAY. MAY 23, 1912.
M k HAWAIIAN STAR
Dally publlihod ovory nftornoon (except Sunday) by tho Hawaiian Btnr
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mi-Weekly, anywhero In tho Islands, ono year
Ja nil-Weekly to Foreign oountrlos, ono year
Adrortislng rates supplied upon request.
L. D. TIMMONS MANAGER
1 Business Offlco telophono, 2365; postofflco box, 366.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Sierra, Sonoma Ventura
sierra leave hon may 22 sierra arrive 8. f. may 28
Sonoma leave hon....june wsonoma arrive s. f....june is
5TBNTURA LEAVE HON JULY 3 VENTURA ARRIVE 8. F.....JULY 9
If, Rates from Honolulu to San Francisco: Flrat-class, $65; Round trip
Blip. Cabin with bath, fEO.OO extra.
PY Reservations will not bo held later than Forty-Eight hours prior to
Itho advertised sailing time unless tickets are paid for in full.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Go
Stoamtra of tho aboT lino running In connection wltk tio CANAOlXN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydnoy,
ty. W, and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
B. B. MARAMA. ....... MAY 11 S. S. MAKUItA MAY 11
B. B. MAKURA JUNE 19 8. S. ZEALANDIA JUNE 18
9, B. ZBALANDIA JULY 17 S. S. MARAMA JULY 16
B. MARAMA AUG. 14 . - - -u
$ BALLING AT 8UVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAgTST
Theo. H Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents
Pacific Mail Steamship Co,
Btaamara ot tha abore company will call at Honolulu ana leara this
gert or about tho datei mentioned below:
For tho Orient: For San Francisco.
B. B. PERSIA MAY 11 S. S. KOREA APR. 23
B. S. KOREA MAY 16 S. S. SIBERIA MAY 7
B. 8. SIBERIA MAY 31 S. 8. CHINA MAY 14
8. 8. MAMNCHURIA MAY 21
Will call at Manila.
For general Information apply to
. Hackfeld & Co., Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
0 DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN 8AN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU.
Arrive from 8an Francisco. Sail for 8an Francisco.
BL 8. LURLINE MAY 8 S. 8. LURLINE MAY 14
B. 8. WILHELMINA MAY 14 S. S. HONOLULAN MAY 29
S. HONOLULAN MAY 21 S. S. LURLINE JUNE 11
m. 8. LURLINE JUNE 5 S. S. WILHELMINA JUNE 19
fi.'B. WILHELMINA JUNE 11
., 8. Hyades sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about May 11.
CASTLE A COOKE, LTD, GENERAL AQENT8.
Shipping And Waterfront News
Marama In and Out Arizonan From
Northwest Buffalo Away Early
Castle Sails Today
The big T. K. K. liner Shlnyo Mam
Is rushing toward this port from San
Francisco nnd should be hero at day
light tomorrow morning.
Th Shlnyo Mnru should bring two
days' mall along with her nnd also
a number of stopover passengers for
Bringing a canal cargo from New
ciETTe, N. S. V the schooner Inca
arrived at Mahukona yesterday.
Tho schooner Honolpu left Hana
Purser Caverley's genial countenance , for Snn Francisco on Tuesday
will bo seen once moro In tho port The schooner Eldorado, that arrived
nnd the arrival of the big liner will f Port Townsend from here yestcr-
mean that waterfront workers WIIda n,f PJn Tn ., T
, , . , Tho bartfShttne S. N. CaEtle is ex-
once more lu kept busy I tj cftve San Francsco tod
This has been ono of the heaviest Prcal(lent Kennedy of ,he ,nter.
weeks on the front for sometime past. Igland company ,8 reportcd ,0 havo
gone to the coast to make arrange-
Th0 steamer Arizonan of the Amcrl- ment for letUng the contract for the
can-Hawaiian line was an arrival oft Inter.l8land frelght steamer.
port early this mornjng. I Tilc schooner Blnkcley came in from
She reports a fine passage through- the anchorage yesterday afternoon and
cut and is lying at the railroad docTc. wiu commence discharging her nltrato
Captain Nichols reports 1C0O tons cargo today.
of cargo for this port and a quantity
of bonded stores.
The steamer Hyades Is expected to
The steamer Honolulan will In all
lirobnblllty leave for Hllo this evening.
Tho barkentlno S. N. Castle should!
get away for San Francisco this after-
From all tho reports to hand sho noon. Tho only wait now is for her
should have experienced fine weather rapers.
Tho transport Buffalo sailed for San m
Stmr. Marama, from Vancouver, a.
Francisco early this morning.
It was thought that sho might get
sway last evening but departure was Francisco.
made at half past five o'clock this
ALMY MAY GO.
Tho office of shipping commissioner
Stmr. Arizonan, from Seattle, a. m.
Schr. Robert Lowers, from San
may be abolished if the bill now be
fore the House passes. Comm'flsioner .
Almy received official notification of
the fact yesterday, in a letter from E.
T. Chamberlain, which contains the
"If the bill shall pass both Houses
and become a law In the form report-:
U. S. A. T. Buffalo, for San Fran
Cisco, a. m. ,
Stmr. Marama, for Australia, p. m.
From San Francisco, Shlnyo Maru,
From Australia, per Zealandia, Juno
Fr6ra Yokohama, per China, May 14
ed, it will be necessary, I regret toi OUT.
state, to discontinue the offices of i To San Francisco, per Chlyo Mam,
shipping commissioners at ports not Slay .
provided for in this bill, and to trans
fer the work, records, etc., to the prop
er collector of customs on Juno 30,
1912, under section 4503, R. S. (Navi
gation Laws, page Gil.
"I regret to notice the reduction In
salaries of somo of the Commissioners Tuesday,
which the House Committee felt com- Clau'dlne,
polled to recommend. Reductions and
abolitions in all branches of the fed
eral government were recommended,
beginning with tho salary of tho Sec
retary to the President of the United
States, and including the Bureau of
Statistics and Manufactures of this
department, which the bill proposes
In the list of offices abolished by
the bill is that at Honolulu.
LEWERS BRINGS LUMBER.
With a cargo of lumber, shingle
To Yokohama, per Porsla, May 11.
To Australia, p'er Makura, June 15.
To Vancouver, per Zelandla, June 18.
For Hawaii Port via Maul.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. 8. N. Co., ayery
and piles the schooner Robert Low- ( jjay 24.
Inter-Island 8. N
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mlkahala erery Tuesday.'
For Kauai Port.
W. G. Hall. I.-L 8. N. Co.. tstj
Kinau, I.-L 8. N. Co., every Tuesday.
For Kona and Kau Ports.
Kllauea, I.-I, S. N Co., alternate
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Marama, from Victoria, May 22.
Shlnyo Maru, from San Francisco,
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec, every elxth day.
frrolsht retired at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Btreat, South
FROM 8EATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
IB.' 8. VIRGINIAN TO SAIL ABOUT MAY 25
Kf. S. MISSOURIAN TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 5
IB. 8. MEXISAN TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 16
War farther information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., AgenU, Honolulm.
ix p. MOR8B, General Freight Agent
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
BtMmera ot the above Company will call at and leava Honolulu on or
I&Mnt tk dates mentioned blow:
FOR THE ORIENT: FOR SAN FRANCISCO?
IB. 8. SHINYO MARU MAY 24 8. 8 CHIYO MARU MAY 28
IB. 8. CHTYO MARU JUNE 21 8. 8. NIPPOON MARU.... JUNE 18
IB. 8. NIPPON MARU JULY 12 8. 8. TENYO MARU JUNE 25
B. 8. TENYO MARU JULY 18S. 8. CHIYO MARU JULY 1C
m Calla at Manila omitting call at Shanghai.
pastle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
I UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St, next Young Hutel Telepnonej 1874 and 1875.
ers arrived late yesterday afternoon
from Port Townsend.
She made the trip in twenty-eight
days and brings 118,150 feet altogeth
er. Sho leaves for the Coast on discharge.
MARAMA AT LAST.
After keeping everyone on tenter
hooks for tho last two days the Canadian-Australian
Bteamer crania arriv
ed from Vancouver and pulled into tho
Alakea .street dock early this morning.
She has a email passenger list and
only brings a few for this port.
Captain Morrisby reports running
Into very heavy weather during the
first three days out from tire Canadi
an port and losing time.
The freight list for this port is vdry
consisting of 200 drurr.3 of codflsh and
a few packages.
She resumed her voyage south
shortly after noon today.
Per str. Marama from Vancouver,
May 23. Miss Campbell. M. Lench,
Mr. Robinson, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Dodge,
Miss Irving, Mrs. and MIbs Wilson,
Mrs. Whitehead! and family, Young
Bostonlana Theatrical Co,, Mr. Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. Stodart and child, Mrs.
Buffett and child, Mr. Keohohalole,
Master McCandless, Mr. and Mrs.
Lalklng, Mr. Angus, Mra. Newland and
. BAD NEWS FOR DODD.
Purser Dodd of the Canadian-Australian
steamer Marama that left
shortly after noon today In continua
tion of her voyage for Australia re
ceived word by wireless from tho Ma
kura that his mother had died very re
cently. Dodd is a mighty popular purser
and most of those whose business
takes them on tho front found him
this morning to pass a sympathetic
word along to him.
Chiyo Maru, from Yokohama, May
Siberia, from San Francisco, May
Marama, for Sydney, May 22.
Shlnyo Maru, for Yokohama, May
Chlyo Maru, for San Francisco, May
Honolulan, for San Francisco, May
The Buford is In San Francisco.
The Warren Is on duty in tho Phi
The Crook Is In San Francisco.
Tho Dlx Is on Puget Sound.
Tho Thomas left Portland for San
Francisco May 12.
Tho Sheridan Is in San Francisco
The Logan, from San Francisco foi
Manila, sailed from Honolulu .April 15
Tho Sherman from San Francisco
at Honolulu, May 18.
Tho Supply Is expected at Honolulu
Tho Buffalo Is In port here.
Where Vessels Are
Alaskan, from Seattle and Tacoma,
tor Hon., May 3.
Arizonan, for Hon. from Seattle,
Buyo Maru, from Hon. for Yoko
hama, Feb, 20.
China, at San Francisco from Hon.
Chlyo Maru from Yokohama for
Hon. May 18.
Columbian, from Hllo for Sallna
Cruz, May 11.
Crown of Arragon, irom San Pedro
for 8. P., April 17.
Enterprise, at Hllo from San Fran
Cisco, May 19.
Glacier, from Hon. for Manila
Hnrpallon, from Hon. at Newcastle,
Aug., May 16.
Hllonlnn from Hllo at San Fran
cisco, May 17.
Honolulan, at Hon. from 8. F., May
Hongkong Maru,' from Hon. for Yo
kohama, April 15.
Hyades from Scattlo for Honolulu,
Klyo Maru, from Hon. for S. Ame
rlcn, Mnrch 19.
Korea for Honolulu from San Fran
cisco, May 10.
Lansing, at Port San Luis, from
Hllo, May 2.
Lurllno, at S. S. from Hon., May 21.
Makura, from Hon. for Vancouver,
Manchuria from Honolulu for S. F.,
Marama, from Vancouver, for Hon.
Maverick, from Hon. at 8. F., May
Mexican, nt Sallna Crutz from Hllo,
Mlssourlan, from Hllo at Sallna
Cruz, May 3.
Mongolia, from Hon. tor Yokohama
Nile, at -Yokohama from Hon., April
Nippon Maru, from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 4.
Persia, from San Francisco for Ho
nolulu, May 4.
Prometheus, at Makateo, from Hon.
Santa Maria, at Gavlota from Hon..
Santa Rita, from Honolulu at Ga
vlota, May 13.
Shlnyo Maru, for Honolulu from
S.in Francisco, May 17.
Shlntsu Maru from Eureka for Mel
bourne, May 11.
St. Hilda, from Honolulu, at Eureka
Sierra, for Honolulu from San
Francisco, .May 11.
Tenyo Maru from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 10.
Virginian, from S. F. for Seattle,
WUhelmlna for Honolulu from San
Francisco, May 8.
W. F. Herein from Kaanapall at
San Francisco, May 14.
Zealandia, from Hon. for Sydney
Alert, schr. at Hon. from Gray
Harbor, April 2S.
.AB. Johnson, from Hon. at Grays
Harbor, May C.
A. F. Coates, schr. at Port Towd
send from Kahulul, Mar. 25.
Albert, bk., at Port Townsend, from
Napoopoo, April IS.
Alice Cooko, for Hon. from Port
Gamble, May 14.
Andrew Welch, bk., from S. F. foi
Hon., April 21.
Arago, bktn., from Grays Harbor fori
Honolulu, May 5.
Blekeley, schr. from Iquique, at Hon.,
Camano, schr. at Port Ludlow, fron
Carter Dove sch. fromUmkilteo for
Honolulu, May 9.
Cecilia Sudden, schr., for Grays
Harbor, from Kahulul, May 18.
Cumberland from Hon. for Newcas
tie, Aus., April 2.
Defender, schr., at S. F., from Ha
na, March 30.
Edward Sewall, ship, from Kahulul
for Delaware Breakwater, May 18.
Eldorado, schr., from Hon. at Port
Townsend, May 22.
Erskine M. Phelps, ship, from Hon
for Philadelphia, Feb. 1G.
Elfrelda, ship, at Newcastle, from
Hon., April 14.
E. K. Wood, schr., at GrayB Har
bor, from Hllo, April 9.
Falls of Clyde, ship, at Grays Har
bor, from Hon., April 22.
Flaurenco Ward, schr., at Hon. from
Midway, Jan. 15.
F. M. Slade, schr., at Grays Har
bor, from Hon., Jan. 6.
Foohng Suey, bk., from Mahukona,
for Delaware Breakwater, May 15.
H. Hackfeld, ship, from Hamburg
for Hon., March 24.
Hawaii, bktne, at Hon. from Junln
Horzegln Cecile, ship nt Newcastle,
from Hon., Feb. 27.
Helene, schr., from Honolulu, at
Grays Harbor, May 5. '
Honolpu, schr., to San Francisco
from Honolpu, May 21.
Irmgard, bktne., from Mahukona, at
8. F May 15.
inca, 8cnr from Nowca tie, at
Mahukona, May 22.
John Ena; ship from Hllo, for Dele-
ware. Breakwater, May 19.
Jano L Stanford, bktno., at Otayp
Harbor, from Hon., March 24.
James Johnsou, bk., at Hob., from
port Townsend, May 6.
Kllkltnt, bktne. from Port Gamble,
at Hllo, May 9.
Marlon Chllcott, ship, from Hono
lulu, nt Gavlota, May 10.
M. Tumor, schr., at Grays Harbor
from Hon., April 11,
Mary E. Foster, achr., from Port
Ludlow for Honolulu, May 18.
Mary Wlnkleman, bktno., from Eu
reka, for Hllo, May 16.
Melrose, schr., at Port Townsend
from Mahukona, April 22.
Mlnnlo A. Calnc, schr., at Port A)
Ion, from Grays Harbor, May 9.
Muriel, schr., from San Francisco at
Honolulu, May 8.
Nuuanu, bk., In distress at Falklnni
Inlands, Nov. 18.
Prosper, schr., at Hllo, from Wills
pa Harbor, May 6.
Repeat, schr., from Tacoma, foi
Hon., April 27.
nt 8n I'rniioliwo, May 11.
linlmn Lower, fwlir. fri
Townsend at Hon.. May i.
Robert SonrlM, schr., from Hllo, lor
Port Townsond, May 11.
8. C. Allen, bktno., for Hondullu
from Fort Gregg, May 7.
S. N. Castle, bktno., at non., from
Makatea, March 23.
8. T. Alexander, schr., at Eurefta,
Spokane, schr., from Hllo, at Port
from Hon., April 19.
Transit, schr., at Rodondo, from HI'
Gamble, May 15.
lo, Feb. 26.
T. P. Emlgh, bktno., nt Port Town
sen, from Hllo, May 2.
W. J. Patterson, Bchr., from Hllo)
at Grays Harbor, May 16.
Wm. P. Fryc, ship from San Fran
cisco at Honolulu, May 21.
Traffic is barred from tho Channel
wharf by tho harbor commission, ow
ing to a report from tho public works
department that tho underpinning Is
R. .P. Itithot, bk., from Mahukona. in bad condition.
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We have everything necessary for
the Card Table including the new
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