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Till? HAWAIIAN ST AH, WKDNIWDAY, JVm $, 1012.
iFitted With Every Convenience Oceanic
Vessel Is Due Friday Lurline Has
Quiet Passage Lansing With
Oil Cargo Frye Away On
Renovated throughout and with con
Tcnlcncca for passengers such as aro
not to bo found on any other vossols
calling at UiIb port, tho steamer So
noma of the Oceanic line will make
her first appearance hero on Friday
morning next when she comes In
place of tho Sierra.
Assistant Passenger Agent D. II.
Glimore, who recently raado a trip to
tho coast for tho purpose of getting
In touch with tho latest arrangements
for tho re-ostablishment of tho San
Frnnclsco-Australian run, looked over
the Sonoma and this morning gave a
Star reporter details of tho improve
ments. "Th0 Sonoma," said Mr. Gilmore,
"has been fitted up regardless of
cost and along the latest and most
exponslvo lines. Nothing has been
spared to mako her ono of the crack
Bhlps of tho ocean. Everything that
could possibly b done to mako pas
Bengers comfortable has been looked
Into and carried out.
"Among ono of the important
changes has been tho now system of
ventilation that has been installed
throughout Where on the ordinary
Bhipa electric fans are used In tho
cahlns and In the dining saloons wo
have installed t forced draft sys
lem. This is far and away better
than the fan system for it sucks cool
tresh air in from the outside instead
of just disturbing tho heated air
Inside the cabins.
"In the first dining saloon, too, tho
port holes havo been done away
with and modern windows installed.
The saloon runs from one side of tho
vessel to tho other and has tho
forced draft system. It Is situated
higher up In the ship than is usual
and should ho very cool and comfort
able when going through tho tropics.
"On the top deck there are six
cabins for which we charge, fifty dol
lars extra for tho trip to Sydney.
These are fitted out along the very
latest and most exclusive lines. The
rooms can bo used either as suites
or separately. Instead of having
borthft thero are solid brass bed
Btcads and windows have replaced
tho old fashioned portholes.
"Tho cabins havo the suction draft;
System of ventilation and should bo
wonderfully cool even when crossing
"Tho promenade decks are, I think,
tho largest of any vessel that comes
into this port and allow plenty of
room for the various deck sports that
find yjavor. Space has fiso been
found for a fine swimming tmk so
that there will never be any need to
feel hot during the run across.
"The second class accommodation
has been entirely made over and is
now in fine shape. A large lounge
room for the ladies S?s been added
and also a fine smoking room for the
men. These are situated nearly amid
Bhips and are spoken of as being very
"No women will be carried in the
steerage but some arrangement will
in all probability bo. made in connec
tion with this matter, although tlio
company has not Instructed us as
Tho Sonoma will be In charge of
Captain Trask. Th0 purser's duties
are to bo taken over by William
McNutte, who was on tho Australian
run before. Dr. Clark, also known
on the old run. will attend to pas
sengers' ailments, while Chief Stew
ard Ca-.leton out of tho Sierra will be
found holding down this most im
portant Job on the "noma.
LANSING WITH OIL.
The oil tanker Lansing arrived this
morning from Port San Luis and dock
cd at the Railroad wharf shortly aft
er eight o'clock.
Sho will discharge her cargo and is
scheduled to get away again In two
days. Nothing out of tho way oc
curred on the trip down.
JAMES JOHNSON AWAY.
Tho barkentlno James Johnson,
which has been discharging a lumber
cargo at tho Railroad wharf, has fin
She expects to get away for Coast
ports tomorrow nt coon.
E. K. WOOD TO WHARF.
. After lying out in tho harbor waiting-
for a berth tho schooner E. K.
HIPPING AND WATEfiFRONT
Wood this morning found room at
the Hailroad dock. The ship William
P. Krye moved astern and the Wood
is now discharging to tho gang that
was handling the James Johnson's
LURLINE TOWS FRYE.
Tho MatBon steamer Lurlino leaves
for Kahulul on Friday morning with
tho ship William P. Frye In tow.
The Lurline has six hundred odd
tons of cargo for the Maul port and
will come back here after taking her
sugar cargo on board. ,
CLAUDINE AN ARRIVAL.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Claudlne
arrived this morning from Hawaii and
ports after a fine passage throughout.
2 Making Seventeen Knots During
pieces of ohia
the cargo were 212
flooring, 172 bales of,
empty bottles, twenty cords of cord-
wood, twenty-six hogs and 250 pack
ages of sundries.
W. G. HALL FROM KAUAI.
The Inter-rsland steamer W. G. Hall
with sugar pulled in from Kauai this
morning after a good trip. She
brought in the neighborhood of COOO
bags of sugar.
Purser Kaipo reports everything
quiet on the Garden Island and very
little shipping moving at tho present
SUGAR WAITING SHIPMENT.
Purser Kaipo of the steamer W. G.
Hall that arrived this morning from
Kauai reports tho following sugar
waiting shipment: Mak. 45,938, G. &
R. 300, McR. 49,712, K. K. B. 9250,
K. S. M. 350, K. S. Co. C500, K. P.
13,290, L. P. 20,120, G. F. 13,750.
Per steamer Lurline, Juno 5 L.
Adams, Miss A. Apo, M. C. Ayers,
Miss M. Brannan, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Clark and child, W. Coucanon, Joel
B. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Curran,
A. W. Emerson, B. S. Franklin, Miss
Dorothy Goodhue, Mrs. E. S. Good
hue, Marion Goodhue, Mr. and Mrs
L. A. Kerr, Miss L. Leach, -Mrs. 'C.
Madison, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Madison
anu' son, Mtas Louise McCarthy, .Miss
Pearl McCarthy, W. C. McCoy, Mrs.
li. J. Miller, Rev. J. Mowbray White,
10. A. Mulford, Miss G. Nelll, N. Not
iuc, .nr. umi .ins. o. i. lUlbBUll,
f .....l o ii ri 11 it .
n. omugiuer, .miss uaisy is. smitn,
Mr.s. Bertha Styger, Mrs. .1. Sullivan,
l B. H. Trowbridge, J. Wacholder. A.
O. Hamilton, Otto Olsson and F. A.
Per steamer Claudlne from Hawaii
and ports: A. G. Wink, J. J. DIas,
S. B. Hurd, Lucy G. do Hauen, Mrs.
N. A. Hardy, F. Sopez, G. Nnganiorl,
H. W. M. Wist, J. N. S. Williams,
wife and child, Mrs. M. Rosehlll, M.
Kaaihue, wife and three children, P.
Wallace, B. Goodness, J. J. Walsh,
Frank Baker, Sasuahira, Mrs. Kelll,
D. Ferreira, Miss A. Apana, Y. Van
Hing, Mrs. C. M. Cooke and Miss
Per steamer W. G. Hall from Kauai:
Mrs. Hay, J. D. Tucker, S. C. Wag
goner, J. II. Kalnul, D. Robinson ano'
SHINGLE LOSES BET.
S. P. Examiner, May 29. Two liti
era, the Sierra of the Oceanic Conv
pany and tho Wilhelralna of tho Mat-
son Company, arrived from Hono
lulu yesterday morning. As thero was
n difference of nearly four hours In
the tlmo of arrival, a wagor which
had boon mado at sea between R. W.
Shingle, a passenger on tho Wllhel
ulna, and Chief Engineer Smith of
tho Oceanic liner, was determined In
favor of Smith. Tho tonus had boon
arranged by wireless tho first day out
of tho Island port In order for Shin
gle to win It would havo been neces
sary for the Mntsou vessel to havo
made fast to her berth within three
hours after Captain Houdlottc of the
rlal vessel hnd loft the brldgo at tho
CAPTAIN HAYWARD'S CAREER.
S. V. Call, May 27. Captain H. M.
Hayward, veteran navigator, known
In ovory port of tho Pacific, died yes
terday morning at tho homo of hls
Ron in law. .1. k. lamiairicK. wuu,
whom he lived at
nt tho ago of 04
Hayward had been In poor health of
late and at 8 o'clock yesterday morn
inn complained of pains In his heart.
He died nt 8:30. The cause of death
was neuralgia of the heart. With Cap
tain Hayward at the end were his
dnughtcr, Mrs. Fritzpatrlck, and her
Captain Hayward followed the sea
for 51 years, having run away from
his home in South Sandwich, Mass.,
at the age of 13. He took his first
command when ho was 21 years old
with the Pacific Mail Steamship com-j
OCEANIC S. S. SONOMA,
Her Recent Kaco With Her Sister Ship
uuny and later became connected with
the Oceanic Steamship company,
which ho served for 2S years. During
all his sea career no vessel under
his command ever met with an acci
dent of a serious nature.
Captain Hayward commanded tho
Mariposa of tho Oceanic Steamship
company for 18 years and then went
to Philadelphia to superintend the
building of the steamers Sierra, So
noma and Arentura of tho same line.
He brought the Ventura around the
Horn on its completion and sailed it
for 11 years, after which he took the
Mariposa on the Tahiti run.
When John D. Spreckels brought
o,i;t his yacht Venetia, Captain Hay
ward was placed In command, which
position he held at tho time of his
death. Captain Hayward made what
proved to be his last trip when he
brought thd Venetia up from San Di
ego last Friday.
John D. Spreckels was one of the
first to offer his sympathy to Captain
Hayward's family. Captain Hayward
leaves five children, three daughters
and two sons, namely James W.
Hayward of Sydney, Australia, and
Harry F. Hayward, Mrs. J. E. Fltz
pntrick and Mrs. F. J. Butler of this
city, and Mrs. L. C. Gregory of Fort
MANCHURIA BRITISH ? ,
S. F. Call, May 28: For about 15 1
minutes during the homeward voyage
the Manchuria was under the British
reckless British mariner,
David Barry by name, was responsi
ble for the temporary striking of old
glory. Barry was picked up at Hong
kong to fill a vacancy as quartermas
ter. Barry was cleaning brass on tho
uriugo wnen tho liner Persia, outward
bound, passed the Manchuria.
"Go aft," said the officer In charge
of the bridge to Barry, "and show tho
About 15 minutes later tho officer
had occasion to look back and was
dumfounded to see the British ensign
floating over tho Manchuria's .-stern.
Barry had selected tho ling ho know
best from tho ship's signal locker and
after saluting tho Persia had hoisted
tho Hag and left it thero.
Barry went ashore at Honolulu and
Is still there. He arrived on tho wharf
just as tho Marfchurla pulled out, and
when last seen was hugging an elec -
trie light polo and singing "Rulo
THE VOLCANO TRIP.
With the departure of the Inter
Island' flteamer Mauna Kea next Sat-
urday afternoon for Hllo tho Inaugu
ration of tho new schedule will come
Into effect. The week end trip should
bo a very popular ono and the com -
puny has Issued the following
allowing tho cost:
Including transportation Honolulu
to Hllo and return, via Hllo, per S.
S. Mauna Kea. Hllo to Volcano House
and return, vlu Hllo Itallroau' and Vol
enno Houso nuto bus. Ono trip to
crater and return via Volcano Houso
Leave Honolulu Saturday, p. m., re
turn Tuesday, a. m., $30.
Lcavo Honolulu Wednesday, a.
return Saturday, a. m., $30.
Leave Honolulu Wednesday, a.
return Tuesday, a. in., $40.
Leave Honolulu Saturday, p. m.
ret" Honolulu Saturday week, $55.
i.eavo nonoium ouiurmi, i. -
turn two weeks later, $07.30.
San Francisco, per
From Australia, per Zealandia, June
From "Yokohama, Nile, Monday.
To San Francisco per ile, today.
To Yokohama, per China, Thursday.
To Australia, per Makura, June 15.
Sierra. Photo taken from Sierra.
To Vancouver, per Zeiandla, June 18.
For Hawaii Ports via Maul.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Claudlne, Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mikabala, every Tuesday.
For Kauai Ports.
W. G. Hall, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Kinau, I.-I. S. N. Co., every Tuesday.
For Kona and Kau Ports.
Kilauea, I.-I. S. N. Co., alternate
Tuesday and Fridays.
China, from San Francisco, Juno 6.
Sonoma, from San Francisco, June 7,
Wllhelmlna, from San Francisco,
Mongolia, Yokohama, Juno 11.
Manchuria, from San Francisco,
U. S. A. T. Thomas, from San Fran
Cisco, June 12.
Kiyo Maru, from Valparaiso, Juno
Honolulan, from San Francisco, Juno
Nippon Maru, from Yokohama, Juno
Zealandia, from Auckland, Juno IS.
Makura, from Victoria, Juno 19.
Chlyo Maru, from San Francisco,
Tenyo Maru, from Yokohama, Juno
Nile, from San Francisco, Juno 28.
Sierra, from San Francisco, Juno IS.
China, for Yokohama, June 6.
Lurline, for Knhului, Juno 7.
Mongolia, for San Francisco, Juno
Manchuria, for Yokohama, June 12.
Sonoma, for Ban Francisco, Juno 12.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for Manila, Juno
Nippon Maru, for
Zealandia, for Victoria, June 18.
Wllhelmlna, for San Francisco, June
Makura, for Auckland, June 19.
( Kiyo Maru, for Yokohama, Juno 19,
Chlyo Maru, Yokohama, Juno 21.
Tenyo Maru for San Francisco, Juno
Honolulan, for San Francisco, Juno
! Nile, for Yokohama, Juno 28.
Tho Buford is in San Francisco.
The Warren Is on duty In tho Phi
The Crook is In San Francisco.
Tho DIx is on Puget Sound.
1 nomas lott Portland lor Han
Francisco May 12.
1 Tho Sheridan is in San Francisco.
Thn Lofftin, from Honolulu for Srii
Francisco, June 1.
Tho Bhormnn from San Franolico
at Honolulu, May 18.
Tho Supply Is expected at Honolulu
Tho Buffalo from Hon,, at 3. P. May
VE88EL8 IN PORT.
Stmrs. Hyndes, Arlzonnn, Prome
theus, Lurlino, Lansing. Sailing ves
sels, Jas. Johnson, Wm. P. Fryo,
Flauronco Ward, Robert Lowers, Re
peat. Where Vessels Are
Alaskan, from Hllo for Sallna Cnu,
Arlzonan, at Hon. from Seattle, M-ay
Buyo Maru, from Hon. for Yoko
hama, Fob. 20.
China, from San Francisco for Hon.,
Chlyo Maru, at S. P. from Hon.,
Columbian, from Hilo at Sallna
Cruz, May 24.
Crown of Arragon, irom San Podro
for S. P., April 17.
Enterprise, from Hilo for San Fran
cisco, May 29.
Glacier, from Hon. for Manila
Harpalion, from Hon. at Newcastle,
Aus., May 16.
HUonlan, from Seattle for Hon.,
Honolulu via Puget Sound, May 24.
Hongkong Maru, from Hon. for Yo
kohama, April 15.
Hyades, from Hilo for S. F., Juno 2.
Kiyo Maru, from Hon. for B. Ame
rica, March 19.
Korea, from Honolulu at Yokoha-
Hon., May 16.
Robert Lewers schr. from Port
Townsend at Hon., May 22.
Robert Searlos, schr., from Hllo, for
Port Townsend, May 11.
ma, May 27.
Lansing, from Port San Luis, at
Hon., June 5.
Lurline, from S. F. at Hon., Juno 5.
Makura, from Hon., nt Vancouver,
Manchuria, from Hon. at S. F., May
Marama, from Hon. for Sydney,
Maverick, from Hon. at S. F May
Mexican, from Salina Cruz for S. F.
via San Diego, May 26.
Missourlan, from S. F, for Puget
Sound, May 29.
Mongolia, from Hon. for Yokohama
Nile, from Yokohama for Hon.. Ma.
Nippon Maru, from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 4.
Persia, from Honolulu at Yokohama
Prometheus, from Makateo at Hon.
Santa Maria, at Gaviota from Hon.
Santa Rita, from Honolulu at Ga
viota, May 13.
Shinyo Maru, from Hon. at Yoko
hama, June 3.
Shintsu Maru from Eureka for Mel
bourne, May 11.
Siberia, from S. P. at Hon., May
Sierra, from Honolulu at San Fran
cisco, May 28.
St Kilda, from Honolulu, at Eureka
Sonoma from San Francisco for Hon.
Tenyo Maru from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 10.
Virginian, from Seattle for Hon.,
AVllhelmlna from Honolulu at San
Francisco, May 28.
W. F. Herrln from Kaanapall at
S. F., May 20.
Zealandia, from Hon. at Sydney,
Alert, schr. at Hon. from Grays
Harbor, April 28.
. AB. Johnson, from Hon. at Grays
Harbor, May 0.
A. P. CoatcB, schr. at Port Town
send from Kahulul, Mar. 26.
Albert, bk., at Port Townsend, from
Napoopoo, April 18.
Allco Cooko, for Hon. from Port
Gamble, May 14.
Andrew Welch, bk for S. P. from
Hon., May 26.
Annie Johnson, bk., from S. F. for
Mahukona, May 26.
Arago, bktn., from Grays Harbor at
Honolulu, May 25,
Blakeley, schr., from Iquique, a
Hon., May 22.
Camano, schr. at Port Ludlow, from
Carior Dove sch. fromUmkllteo fo
Honolulu, May 9.
Cecilia Sudden, schr., for Grays
Harbor, from Kahulul, May 18.
Cumberland from Hon. at Newcas
tle, Aus., May 22.
Defender, schr., at S. F., from lia
na, March 30.
Edward Sewall, ship, from Kahulul
for Delawaro Breakwater, May 18.
Eldorado, schr., from Hon. at Port
Townsend, May 22.
Eric, sch., from Tocopllla for Hon.,
THE HAWAIIAN STAR
DAILY SIJMt-WHUKLY. ,
Dally published every afternoon
Ncwspapor Association, Ltd., 125-131
Entered at tho Postofllco at Honolulu as second-class mall mattor.
Dally, onywhero in tho Islands, per month $ .78
Dally, anywhero in tho Islands, thrco months.......'.,. 2:00
Dally, anywhero in tho Islands, six months , 4.00
Dally, anywhere In tho Islands, one year 8.00
Dally, to foreign countries, one year 12.00
Semi-Weekly, anywhero In the Islands, one year 2.00
Seml-Weokly to foreign countries, ono year 3.00
Advertising rate supplied upon request
L. D. TIMMON8 MANAGER
Business Offlco Telephone, 2365; Pastofflco Box, 366.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
SIERRA, SONOMA, VENTURA.
SIERRA LEAVE HON MAY 22 SIERRA ARRIVE S. P. ....MAY 28
SONOMA LEAVE HON. . . .JUNE 12SONOMA ARRIVE S. P. ..JUNE 18
VENTURA LEAVE HON.... JULY 3 VENTURA ARRIVE S. P. ..JULY 9
Rntes from Honolulu to San Francisco: First-class, $65; Round trip,
$110. Cabin with bath, $50.00 extra.
Reservations will not bo hold later than Forty-Eight hours prior to
tho advertised sailing tlmo unless tickets aro paid for in full.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO ' ' f TT
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
BFfrwrr GENERAL AGENT.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Co.
Steamers running in connection the C. P. R between Vancoutw and
Sydney, and calling nt Victoria, Honolulu and Auckland.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA FOR VANCOUVER
S. S. MAKURA JUNE 19S. S. ZEALANDIA JUNH 18
S. S. ZEALANDIA JULY 17& S. MARAMA JULY 16
CALLING AT 8UVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGE8.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., GEN'L AGENTS
Itumwa of tho above company trill call at Honolulu and Imt tUa
trt mi or about the datei mentioned below:
For tho Orient:
S. S. CHINA JUNE 6
S. S. MANCHURIA JUNE 12
WO! call at Manila.
Tor general Information ipplj! to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. -
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
Arrive from 8an Francisco.
8. S. LURLINE JUNE 5
I. 8. WILHELMINA JUNE 11
S. S. HUonlan sails from Seattle
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD, GENERAL AGENTS.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
t X 1 1.1
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, Tia Tehuantepeo, oTory slxU tax.
rroixht received at all times at tho Company's Wharf, ilat Street Boutta
FROM 8EATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. MISSOURIAN TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 5
S. S. MEXICAN TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 16
S. S. COLUMBIAN TO SAIL ABOUT UJNE 27
for further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD, Agents, Honolulu,
a r. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Bteamers of the above Company,
iteut the dates mentioned below:.
FOR THE ORIENT:
8. S. CHIYO MARU JUNE 21
B. S. NIPPON MARU JULY 12
B. S. TENYO MARU JULY 18
S. 8. CHIYO MARU JULY 16
Calla at Manila omitting call at Shanghai.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
I UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St., next Young HuteL Telepnones 1874 and 1873.
Hustace Peck Co. Ltd,
63 Queen St.
FIRE WOOD, COAL,
GEO. S. IKEDA
1264 F.ort St.,
' Tel. 1140.
(oxcept Sunday) by tho Hawaiian Stai
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
For San Francisco.
MONGOLIA JTJNH 11
Cos Schedule, 1912
SAN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU,
Sail for San Francisco.
S. S. HONOLULAN MAY 28
S. a LURLINE JUNH 11
a S. WILHELMINA JUNH 19
or Honolulu direct on or about Juno 1,
will .call at and leave Honolulu ea oj
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S CHIYO MARU MAY ZS
S. S. NIPPOON MARU. . . .JUNE 18
S. 8. TENYO MARU JUNE 2E
ROCK AND SAND,
The watches other watchmakers con
not moke keep correct time. No work
too difficult Wm. Prucha, Fort St,
near Pnuahi. i