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PILLOW TOPS We are showing a pretty new line of
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Honolulu or southern routo nlul lio
1 qiii'fiioii fio-ii Yukolinmn'tu Snn
rrnnclsco following the llreat Circle
T'Mg mfght be done In order to com
pete with the fust schedule'innlntnliied
by tlio Canadian Pacific steamers.
f WlisleuiiieiH will be engaged In
thtf IraiiH-l'iiclflc.scrvIce or the Toyo
Klsett Knlsliu within the next car
I 'I'ho now (jonjo Mnru U fast being
completed nt the yards lit Naguruki
This vessel Im of the name sire and
tulf)mclit us the Teujo and the t'hlyo
Mnru. This latter vessel will go on
the San Fruneisco run and then It Is
possible that there will be some icnr
tiingemcnt of the schedules.
However, to offset the rather cheer
ing news brought by the Kuropean of
ficers, a Japanese olllclnl cutiliectid
with the operation of the .Teiiyo Maru
declared this morning that It was
ptctty geliornlly understood that with
tho completion of tjie new (lenyo Ma-
til next spilng, th'o Toyo Klsuii Kalshii
fully Intended lo withdraw the Teiiyo
and tho Chi ct Mnru fioin. tliu Honolu
lu route and tho three largo and fast
er cssols would be operated between
China and Japan ports and Kan Fran
cisco by the way of the Cleat Circle
Prom this source It was also slated
that the three smaller liners, the Nip
pon, Hongkong and America Mnru,
would then bo pluced on a run be
tween the Far Kant and the l'aclllc
coast port, calling at Honolulu en
route. This arrangement would menu
that Honolulu would secure the ser
vice of the smaller and now Inferior
boats, the company thereby holding
Its franchises and drawing down Us
fcuhslilics. If this arrangement Is enr
ll"d Into effect, this port would be to
nil Intents and purposes sidetracked
for the best class of travel, It being
piesiimed that the smaller vessels
would bu operated along tho llueH of
n so'ond class or Intermediate ser
mlc such as now innlntillicd '))' tho
1'ncillc Mall In Its handling of tho
steamers China and Asia.
That Honolulu Is a port worth whllo
on the T. K. K. map Is amply borno
out by the extent of freight that comes
Into the Island gateway by the means
of their steamers. There Is never a
trip from the Orient but that u Japan
ese liner brings iroip c.ugo to Hono
lulu tlmn tho Tcnyo Maru Is now
transporting across tho l'aclllc to the
When tho Japaneso vessel arrived
off the harbor this looming she had
less than four hundred tons of
through freight In her holds. The
vessel set low In tho water but she
Is weighted down with nothing more
valuable than plain salt water as bal
last. Captain W. C. T. S. Filmcr, who for
the past eighteen months lias been
assigned to shore duty as superinten
dent of tho Sun Krancltco wharf, has
lonned his sea togs and was found on
the bridgo of the Tenyo thU morning
In ptaco of Captuln Dent, who has
been granted a vacation of two round
trips. Captain Kilmer Is certainly no
stranger to Honolulu travelers nnd
shipping people. Kilmer Is rnteil as
one of the most popular skippers who
hao ever directed the destines of n
liner In nnd out of this port.
Tho Tenyo brought a dozen peoplo
for Honolulu. In transit for Japan
ports and Hongkong there aro 116 In
the cabin, 4'J second class and In the
steerage D Japanese, 32 Chinese nnd
A mainland mall of 233 sacks ar
rived containing newspaper I lies of
four later dates.
In addition to tho usual quota of
missionaries taking station la China
and Japan, and n number of Philip
pine Insular government employees,
tho liner Is cnrrylng u largo represen
tative crowd of tourists nnd business
Count K. Ouru, Minister of Agricul
ture and Commerce, who has been at
tending the Ilrltlsli-Jnpaneso exposi
tion at London, Is returning homo. He
lias also made n study of Industrial
conditions both In Kurope and the
United States. He was accorded a
reception by prominent IjcuI Japan
ese officials and business men of Ho
nolulu, Tliu Tenyo Maru Is scheduled to sail
for Japan portB and Hongkong at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, taking lior
depuituro from Alukeu street whaif.
llaioness do Cliauboulon Is a pas
senger by the Tenyo Maru and Is nc
couipaiilug Mrs. Murgaiet Tlmmersun
Kim, who departing from Hcno after
her divorce. Not many months ago
Mis. Kim owned a swell exuntry limn-,
lit Irving on tho Hudson, the finest
apartments In tho fushloniihlo I'laza
of New York, possebtod a sea-going
yacht and nn estate In South Caro
lina of sown thousand acres. The
divorcee Is on n round-tho-world tour.
Fred M. Schllltz Is u well-to-do rub
ber nuiuufucturer of tho eastern
states. Ho Is on a combined business
anil pleasure tour. Ho Is accompa
nied by Mrs. Schultz.
Uy tho Tenyo Maru came advices
concerning tho sad dcatli of J. H. Van
lluren, for some time past tho rep
resentative of tho l'aclllc Mall und T.
K K ut Hongkong. Mr. Van lluren
was aboard n Gemma Mall liner on u
trip to Kurope when he succumbed to
Illness which had succeeded In bat
tling the host of medical skill. Mrs.
Van Huron Is returning to China by
the Japaneso liner.
b!e Compound Cured Her.
lllluiaiitic C'oii'i -For live years
I suffered untold agony from female
troubles, causing h.ukaclie, irregulari
ties, dizziness nnd nervous iirostra.
lion. It was Impossible for inu to
on the way. 1
tried three differ,
rut doctors and
each told tno some,
thins different. I
received no benefit
from any of them,
but permed to suf
fer more. Tho Inst
doctor wild noth
ing would restore
my health. 1 beiran
taking Ljdliv U. 1'iiikli.im's Vegetable
Compound to see what it would do,
and I ntn restored to my natural
health." Mrs. IItta Donovan, Uox
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0. Moller, thn Shanghai steamship
broker and business man, Is returning
to China after spending a brief vaca
tion on tho mainland and In I In rope.
w Roderick Horsey, Vice Consul
(leneral repieseiitlug the American
government nt Shanghai, is returning
to Ills post after having held u series
of important conferences nt Washington.
Another Shanghai passenger Is A.
It. linger, n former Philippine school
teacher who Is now In charge of the
International Correspondence School
ngency nt tho North China metropolis.
Representing One of tho liugesl
hardware concerns oir thn Paelllc
toast, It, J. Morton, at the head of the
Pacific Hurdwitro and Steel Company,
Is mnklng a business trip to tho K-i.it
lie Is accompanied by MrH. Mortor.
und heflii'o returning to tho coast will
encircle the globe
HODS TRY FOR
A party of local nlmrods, headed
by Wurien J. l.yucli, passenger and
tr.illlc agent for tho New York Cen
tral lines, participated In ud initial
Invaijn of tho fastness heretofore
given over to tho undisturbed seclu
sion of tho Hying fish. i
The party, aimed with shotguns j
und landing nets, boarded Young J
HrotherB' launch Iliolhers ut thoi
toot of Fort street ut an early hour
huh morning, ami lauiicu nun iiuu
rods were noon headed for the chan
nel, and tho open sen. At a point
Just WnlMkl of tho Iiiiojh marking
tho entrance to the harbor, the hunt
ers met with heveial hchools of fly.
lug fish, and thu fid lowed h bind
ing away of shot from boveral shoot
As ono member of tho party of
hunterx won't tell upon the other,
tho deduction Is miiilo that tliu tuv
crnl linsketsful of winged fish can
not be credited to tho unerring
marksmanship of any particular
hunter. II. I'. Wood of tliu Promo
tion Committee was Included In tho
expec'.1;loii that essayed to annihilate
the scudding llsh as they rose to
tho surfuco and scudded n"rosn In
tcivenlng stretches, of Ken. If thero
was nay dlsplav of wild mnrksman
elilp, no ono was tho wiser.
Tho Japanese liner Tenyo Maru
Is said to have afforded a conspicu
ous target within tho range of vi
sion of a local newspaper man who
heretofore bad never been suspect
ed of iKsorriig abilities as n nlui
rod. Fortunately, all' hunters sent
nothing more deadly than bird shot
after tho fast Hying flali.
Tho sport Is ono destined to be
come popular with tourists ns well
us local people. Shooting flying fish
will hereafter bo Incorporated In thn
list pf attractions offered tho visit
or nt Honolulu.
Somo Punchbowl toughs attempted
to dlsrouriigo a luaii, given by a num
ber of Hawaiian1 to siuuo haoln
friends yesterday. Several of thn
luau party were Injured by Mime
thrown by tho toughs. Pnllenco ceas
ed to bo a virtue with the lu.iu party
and In tho mixup that followed sov-
jernl of tho lioodluma vvero badly usid
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