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Til 15 HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JtfftB 13,
iMany Vessels Finish Discharging But
Better Facilities Wanted Mary
E. Foster is Off Port Trans
port Away Today-Repeat
Down to Clear For
Vriio liimlMir fleet that hns been
charging at tho Railroad dock has now I drcn, Major U. P. Cheatham, wife and j The Inter-Island steamer Maui ar
flnlshed except for the schooner E. K.j three chlldron, ana' mothor-ln-law, Ma- ,jcd from Kawalhae this morning
' Wood which should have tho last of jor V. M. Crulkshank, wife and daugh-j aftcr a Bm00th passage. She brought
Its cargo out by Saturday. Iter. 1st Lieut. T. H. Cunningham, wlfe( 3S55 bags of A BUgar and 180 of n.
Tho Itepcat gef.3 away this afternoon and sister-in-law, 2d Lieut. E. H. Pales, ( hcr0 wcro aiBO 75 head 0f Parkor
in ballast for Sound ports, while tho E. H. Forst, Llout-Col. W. H. Gilbert Ranch cattlc
Arago should' clear tomorrow alter-
The lumber trade with this port nas wire anu two cnuureu, i-upu r. .j
been growing of late and gives every , Hopkins, wife and daughter, Chaplain
Indication of continuing to do so. With! J. p. Houlihan. 2d Lieut. Q. P. Hum-'
the number of new houses going up jbert and wife 1st Lieut. P P. Jackson,;
It fe predicted in some quarters along Mrs. A. C. Jordan and ch Id 1st Lieu t. 1
tho waterfront that more windjammers! r. J. Lauber, 2d Lieut. Chtr'-cs S. Ltt-
- Wti.,. a -r hmw ?d Lieut. E. A.
anu DCUCr uuioaums
have to be brought Into use to handle
MARY E. FOSTER SIGHTED,
The schooner Mary E. Foster was
,10 d head Ikout du,
lng tne morning,
It la expected that she will reaca
port this afternoon, arriving irom
TRANSPORT AWAY TODAY.
Tho U. S. A. T. Thomas that arrived
from San Francisco yesterday after
noon will leave in continuation of the
voyage to Manila this afternoon.
Tho Thomas took on some supplies
here and a few passengers for Manila.
ANTS HAVE GONE.
According to a report made by Har
bormaster Foster yesterday afternoon
the white ants have disappeared from
the piles of the Alakea wharf.
Tho boiling oil seems to have been
sufficient to drive them out.
ZEALANDIA HAS ROOM.
According to a cablo received hero
by Theo. H. Davies & Co., tho local
agents for tho Canadian-Australian
line, there will be plenty of room on
tho Zcalandla that Is due to arrlvo
from Sydney next Tuesday morning.
In tho first class there Is room for
f.fteen men and eleven women, In
the second fifteen men and five wo
men and in the third clas3 twenty
f to men and ten women. ...The Zea
ls ndla should get away for Vancou
ver lato Tuesday afternoon.
The TJ. S. A. T. Thomas arrived
from San Francisco shortly after
three o'clock yesterday afternoon and
docked at tho railroad wharf.
She brought 300 casuals and re-
iinrtn n firm nfissaco throughout. A
Filipino who stowed away on the Lo- tract the bulk of the Pacific Coast
gan from hero was brought back business, other places being rele-again-
I gated to mero ports of call.
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Although a complete arrangement
By authority of the bureau of Hght-J naB not yet been entered into, Ko
houses and the coast and geodetic ' mada explained that In all prob'ibil
survey. Midway Islands Sand Isl- Jiy a freight and passenger agree-
and, Welles harbor: The hook buoy
to bo replaced by a second-class can
about July 1, 1912, without other
WILL TAKE SUPPLIES.
The schooner Flaurenco Ward camo ,
off the drydock this morning and was
towed to a berth at the old Mauna
She will take on supplies for Mid-
vay and Fanning Islands and expects
tc get away about Tuesday or Wed
nesday of noxt week.
KAHILIS ARE BACK.
The kahilis that flaunted the breeze
on Los Angeles during tho timo tho
Aloha Shrine' was making good in
that city arrived on the steamer Lur
Thoy will be given to the Bishop
roi'seum as soon as the boxes aroi
Only one more steamer belonging,
to tho Pacific Mall company will bo
seen hero this month.
This will bo the Nllo which Is duo
to arrive from tho Coast on June 28.
None of the company's steamers
will reach hero from tho Orient dur
ing tho remainder of the month.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Arago, Repeat,
E. K. Wood, S. C. Allen, R. P. Rlthet,
SUGAR AWAITING SHIPMENT.
The steamer W. G. Hall reports tho
following sugar waiting shipment on!
Kauai: Mak., 38,998; K. P., 15.510;
G. & R.. CCO; McB., 39,983; K. K. B
9C00; K. S. M. 350; K. S. Co, 4300; &,
12.C3C; G. F 17,715.
Per U. S. A. T. Thomas, from San
Francisco, Juno 12. 2d Lieut. H. W.
dU-.Uaira', Mrs. C. L. Baker and two chll -
.and wire, t-api. . sjuney naigui, -u,
Lieut. C. M. Halloran, A. W. Hanson,'
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Miliar Jr., 2d Lieut Manton C . Mitchell
nml wife, rant. R. S. i'rau, u. m. u.
Ross and wife, 2d Lieut. L. McD. Sll-
i saw. James J- Leyden,
SMarUn a M.ms and wife, Miss
L - ..i. Mmnn. 1st Sergt. Wm.
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OSAKI COMPANY b fuiio.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 5. An
nouncement has Just been made that
negotiations are now under way for
the establishing of another lino of
aioamahlns between San Francisco
and tho Orient. M. Komada, assist
ant manager of tho Osaka Mercan
tile Steamship Company of Japan,
har: made tentative arrangements
with the State Board of Harbor Com
missioners for berthing facilities as
soon as tho big freight and passen
ger liners of tho company begin to
steam to the port.
Accompanied by Matsuzo Nagal,
consul general for Japan at San
Francisco, Komada visited the Har
bor Commissioners last Friday and
told of some of tho plans his com
pany had prepared to put Into effect.
Tho visitor has been making his ar
rangements for several weeks, and
when he left here on Saturday ho
Intimated that the steamships of his
company may begin a schedule to this
port within a few monthB.
Will Abandon Tacoma
If the proposed undertaking goes
into effect It Is nrobable that the
present schedule of the company bo
tween tho Orient and Tacoma will bo
abandoned. Tho Osaka Mercantile
steamship Company Ib now sustain-
lng a bimonthly schedule to the nor
thern port, but hav become satis
fied that with the opening of tho
Panama canal San Francisco will at-
ment would bo entered Into with
the Santa Fe. This, he explained,
was necessary In order to transact
tho desired amount of business.
Of the three transoontlnonlal rall-
roads terminating here, tho Santa Fe
Ih the only one that is not tied up
v.'lth a steamship company. Tho
Western Pacific and Toyo KIsca Kal
sha have an agreement, it Is explain
ed, as have also tho Pacific Mail and
Expect Big Business.
Komada said that his company was
satisfied that, despite tho existence of
the Pacific Mall and Toyo Klson Kal
sha, which now sustain a weekly
service between here and tho Orient,
there would bo In tho Immedlato fu
tisre sufficient business, both for
freight and passengers, to Justify an-
Shipping men throughout tho Orl
ent have arrived at tho conclusion
that, Immediately after tho opening
cf tho canal, San Francisco will be
como tho great distributing base of
the Pacific, especially to tho Orient
and tho Antipodes.
Even If tho Osaka should not sue
cced In perfecting a traffic agree'
ment with tho Santa Fe, It Is expect
ed that they will make this port
their terminus, for tho great tonnago
of freight and passengers which will
be carried through tho canal from
tho Atlantic will, It Is belloved, sup
fly enough business to pay for tho
operation of tho lino,
This Distributing Point.
The belief prevalent somo months
ago that big freight and passongor
liners will ply directly from Atlantic
to ports. In tho Far East via tho
canal no longer exists to any groat
extent. Komada said that individual
cargoes to JiiHt a row porta in tie
Orient could not ,,p aeeembled rap
lily 1 enough to sustain a fast service
to the shippers and consignees.
This being the case, ho explained
thn' tho logloal thing to do was to
send the mixed shipments to Snn
FranolBco, where they could bo trans
ferred to tho different vossols sail
ing every week or few days as tho
ctiBe might bo, thus giving n satis
factory service to every ono concern
The Bcnooncrs inca and Annie John
Fton are at Mahukona.
gcnoonor Repent leave8 for
afternoon. She goes
'8chooncp A ba8 flnlBhml
T, srhnnnpr E It Wood cxnects
Th0 S. C. Allen Is discharging
freight at the Oceanic dock
Tho R. P. Rlthet hauled
the Oceanic dock from her borth !t'.juno
tho foot of Fort street this morning j CnIyo MarU( at s p. from Hon.,
and has started discharging. 'Juno 3.
Tho Matson steamer Honolulan left! Columbian, from Hilo at Sallna
San Francisco at 5 o'clock yesterday , cruz, May 24.
afternoon for Honolulu and Is duo heroj crown of Arragon, irom San Pedro
on Tuesday next.
Leaving Vancouver yesterday the
Canadlan-Australlan steamer Makura
Is q'uo hero next Wednesday during
Tho steamer Hilonian Is expected
to get away from Port Allen some time
The Hyades shou'd leavo San Fran-
clsco sometime today, bound for thls(
port via Puget Sound.
The Wilhelmlna left port yesterday,
nftcrnoon for Hi'.o. After completing
her freight arrangements there she
will return to Honolulu and should get
here about Sunday.
Charles F. Wood of tho Philadel
phia Breakwater Company left for Hilo
In the steamer Wllholmlna yesterday.
He was accompanied by H. B. Camp
bell, who will be In charge of tho Hilo
office. Work on the breakwater Is to
be pushed ahead".
At a meeting of tho harbor commls
slon yesterday It was decided to
charge tho British lumber vessel Ikala
pilot fees only for coming In and out
of tho harbor. Harbormaster Foster
stated that the captain did not know
he would have to empty his tanks out
side. A floating spar about one hundred
feet long and three feet in diameter
has been reported between Black Point
and' Koko head. It was- sighted on
Wednesday afternoon about three
miles off shore and floating southward.
' From San Francisco, per Honolulan,
From Australia, per Zealandla, Juno
From Yokohama, per Nippon Maru,
To Yokohama, per Chlco Maru, Juno
To San Francisco, per Nippon Maru,
To Australia, per Makura, Juno 19,
To Vancouver, per Zealandla, June
For Hawaii Ports via Maul.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Claudlne, Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mlkahala, every Tuesday.
For Kauai Ports.
W. G. Hall, I.-r. 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.
Klyo Maru, from Valparaiso, Juno
Honolulan, from San Francisco, Juno
Nippon Maru, from Yokohama, Juno
Zcalandla, from Auckland, Juno 18,
Makura, from Victoria, Juno 19.
Chiyo Maru, from San Francisco,
Tenyo Maru, from Yokohama, Juno
Nllo, from San FranclBCo, June 28.
Sierra, from San Francisco, June 8.
TJ. S. A. T. Thomas, for Manila, Juno
Nippon Maru, for San Francisco,
Zcalandla, for Victoria, Juno 18.
Wllholmlna, for San Francisco, Juno
Makura, for Auckland, Juno 19.
Klyo Maru, for Yokohama, Juno 19.
Chiyo Maru, Yokohama, Juno 21.
Tcnyo Maru for San Francisco, Juno
Honolulan, for San Francisco, Juno
Nllo, for Yokohama, Juno 28.
Tho Buford Is in San Francisco.
Tho Warren Is on duty In tho Phi
The Crook Is In San Francisco.
The Dix is on Fuget Sound.
The Thomas from Honolulu for 'Ma
nila, Juno 13.
Tho Sheridan Is in San Francisco
Tho Logan, from Honolulu at San
Francisco, June 9.
Tho Sherman from San Francisco
at Honolulu, May 18.
The Buffalo from Hon.. at S. F. May
Where Vessels Are
Alaskan, from Hilo at Sallna Cruz,
Arlzonan, from , Island ports for
Buyo Maru, from Hon. for Yoko
hama, Feb. 20.
China, from Hon., for Yokohama,
for g. F.. April 17.
Enterprise, from Hilo for San Fran-
CSC0 May 29.
Glacier, from Hon. for Manila
Harpallon, from Hon. at Newcastle,
us jiay jg.
Hilonian, from Seattle at Honolulu
Honolulan, at S. F. from Hon., June
Hongkong Maru, from Hon. for Yo-
ij0hama, April 15.
Hyades, from Hilo at S. F., June 11.
Klyo Maru, from Hon. for S. Ame
rica, March 19.
Korea, from Honolulu at Yokoha-
Hon., May 26.
Robert Lowers achr. from Port
Townsend at Hon., May 22.
Robert Searles, schr., from Hilo, for
Port Townsend, May 11.
ma, May 27.
Lansing, from Port San Luis, at
Hon., June 5..
Lurllne, from S. F. at Hon., Juno 5,
Makura, from Hon., at Vancouver,
Manchuria, for Hon. from S. F.,
Marama, from Hon. for Sydney,
Maverick, from Hoi), at S. F May
Mexican, from S. F. for Seattle,
June 9. ,
Missourlan, from Tacoma for Hon.,
Mongolia, from Hon. for Yokohama,
Nile, from Hon. at S. F June 11
Nippon Mara, from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 4.
Persia, from Honolulu at Yokohama
Prometheus, from Makateo at Hon.
Santa Maria, at Gavlota from Hon.
Santa Rita, from Honolulu at Ga
vlota, May 13.
Shinyo Maru, from Hon. at Yoko
hama, Juno 3.
Shlntsu Maru from Eureka for Mel
bourne, May 11.
Siberia, from S. F. at Hon., May
Siberia, from Honolulu, for Yokoha
ma, June 11.
SL Kllda, from Honolulu, at Eureka
Sonoma, from S. F. at Hon. Juno 7.
Tenyo Maru from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 10.
Virginian, from Hon.. for Coast
ports Juno 7.
Wilhelmlna for Hon. from S. F.,
W. F. Herrln from Kaanapall at
S. F., May 20.
Zealandla, from Suva for Hon., Juno
Alert, schr from Hon. at Grays
Harbor, Juno 11.
A. B. Johnson, from Hon. at Grays
Harbor, May C.
A. F. Coatcs, schr., from Umklltco
'for Hon., Juno 5.
Albert, bk., at Port Townsend, from
Napoopoo, April 18.
All co Cooko, for Hon. from Port
Gamble, May 14.
Andrew Welch, bk., for S. F. from
Hon., May 26.
Annie Johnson, bk., from S. F. at
Mahukona, June 11.
Arago, bktn., from Grays Harbor at
Honolulu, May 25.
Ulakeloy, iohr., from Iqulquo, n
Hon., May 22.
Camano, sehr. nt Port Ludlow, from
Carrier Dove, sohr., from Muklltoo,
fcr Honolulu, May 0.
Cecpllh. Kudden, schr., nt Ornys
Harbor, from Kahiilul, Juno 10.
Cumberland from Hon. at Newcas
tle, Aus., May 22.
Defender, schr., at 8. F., from Ha
nn, March 30.
Edward Sowall, ship, from Knhulul
for Dclawaro Breakwater, May 18.
Eldorado, schr., from Hon. at Port
Townsend, Mny 22.
Eric, sen., from Tocopllla for Hon.,
Ersklno M. Pholps, ship, from Hon
for Philadelphia, Fob. 16.
Elfrelda, ship, at Newcastle from
Hon., April 14.
E. M. Phelps, ship, at Delaware
Breakwater from Hon., Juno 5.
E. K. Wood, achr., from Grays Har
bor at Hon., May 25.
Falls of Clyde, ship, from Gavlota
for Hon., June 5.
Flaurenco Ward, schr., at Hon. from
Midway, Jan. 15.
F. M. Slade, schr., nt 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, from Mahukona for
S. F., May 25.
Herzegln Ceclle, ship nt Newcastle,
from Hon., Feb. 27.
Holene, achr., from Tacoma for Hon.,
Honolpu, schr., to San FranclBco
from Honolpu, May 21.
Irmgard, bktno., from Mahukona, at
S. F., May 15.
Inca, schr., from Nowca tle, at
Mahukona, May 22.
John Ena, ship from Hilo, for Dele-
waro Breakwater, May 19.
Jane L Stanford, bktne., at (Xayt
Harbor, from Hon., March 24.
James Johnson, bk., at Hon., from
port Townsend, May 6.
Klikitat, bktne. from Port Gamble
at Hilo, May 9.
M. Turner, schr., at Graya Harbor
from Hon., April 11.
Marlon Chllcott, ship, for Hon., from
Gavlota, May 13.
Mary E. Foster, schr., from Port
Ludlow for Honolulu, May 18.
Mary Winkleman, bktne., from Eu
reka, for Hilo, May 16.
Melrose, schr., at Port Townsend
from Mahukona, April 22.
MInnIo A. Calne, schr., from Port
Allen for Grays Harbor, June 4.
Muriel, schr., from Honolpu for San
Francisco, May 22.
Nuuanu, bk., In dlstrost at Kalklam
Islands, Nov. 18.
Prosper, schr., from Hilo at Colum
bla River, Juno 11.
Repeat, schr., from Tacoma, at Hon.
R. P. Rlthet, bk., from 8. F. for
S. C. Allen, bktne., for Honoullu
from Fort Gragg, May 7.
8. N. Castle, bktne., from Hon. for
8. F., May 24.
S. T. Alexander, schr., from Euroka
for Hilo, June 6.
Spokano, schr., from Hilo, at Port
from Hon., April 19.
Transit, schr., at Redondo, from Hi
Gamble, May 15.
T. P. Emlgh, bktne., at Port Town
sen, from Hilo, May 2.
W. J. Patterson, schr., from Hilo
at Grays Harbor, May 15.
Wm. P. Frye, ship, from Hon., at
Kahulul, Juno 8.
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OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8IERRA, SONOMA, VENTURA.
SONOMA LEAVE HON.... JUNE 12SONOMA ARRIVE S. F. ..JUNE 18
VENTURA LEAVE HON.... JULY 3 VENTURA ARRIVE 8. P. ..JULY 9
Rates from Honolulu to San Francisco: FfrstrClasB, $65; Round trip,
$110. Cabin with bath, $50.00 extra.
Reservations will not bo held later than Forty-Eight hours prior to
the advertised sailing time unless tickets are paid for In fulL
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
GENERAL AGENT. ' "
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Co.
Steamers running in connection the C. P. R., botweon Vancouver and
Sydney, and calling at Victoria, Honolulu and Auckland.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA FOR VANCOUVER
S. S. MAKURA JUNE 19 S. 8. ZEALANDLA JUNE 18
S. S. ZEALANDIA JULY 178. 8. MARAMA JULY 18
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., GEN'L AGENTS
Dtsamara ot the abora company will call at Honolulu an ltaTt" talo
rt or about tho datei mentioned below:
For tha Orient:
8. 8. MANCHURIA JUNE 12
S. S. MONGOLIA JULY 4
8. 8. KOREA AUG. 1
S. S. SIBERIA AUG. 16
WU1 aU at Manila.
Tor general information pplx te
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. - - - Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU.
Arrive from San Francleeo. &all for San Francisco.
A 8. WTLHELM IN A JUNE 11 S. & LURLINE JUNB 11
8. 8. HONOLULAN JUNE 18
S. S. LURLINE JULY 3
S. WILHELMINA JULY 9
8. 8. Hilonian soils from Seattle
CAJBTIE A COOKE. LT
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepoc, every Hxta tax
'relent received at all Umei at the
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT!
S. S. MEXICAN
S. S. ALASKAN
rr further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
). P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamera ot tne above Company
iteat tie dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT:
S. 8. CHIYO MARU JUNE 21
3. 8. NIPPON MARU JULY 12
8. S. TENYO MARU JULY 18
S. S. CHIYO MARU JULY II
Calls at Manila omitting call at Shanghai.
Oastle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
. UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St., next Young Hutcl. Telcpnoncs 1874 and 1873.
Hustace Peck Co. Ltd.
63 Queen St.
FIRE WOOD, COAL, ROCK AND SAND,
DRAYING AND TEAMING.
Level Off Your Grounds
Wo havo tho material and the men to level your grounds If thoro
happen to bo sink holes. Tho cost will not Ije much.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Robinson Building. Quoon Street.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
For San Francleeo.
8. S. MONGOLIA JUNB 11
S. 8. KOREA JULY 3
S. 8. SIBERIA JULY 28
8. 8. CHINA JULY 30
S. 8. MANCHURIA AUG. I
S. 8. WILHELMINA JUNB It
8. 8. HONOLULAN JUNB 26
8. 3. LURLINE JULY 9
8. 8, WILHELMINA JULY 17
or Honolulu direct on or about June 1,
0. GENERAL AGENTS.
Company's Wharf, elat Street, Bout
TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 16
TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 27
TO SAIL ABOUT JULY 8
LTD.. Agenta. Honolulu
will call t end leave rronoln). tfi
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
8. 8 CHIYO MARU MAX 13
8. 8. NIPPOON MARU.... JUNB 18
S. 8. TENYO MARU JUNE 21
Phone 229 i