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HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1012.
11 3 'V, Oceanic Steamship Co. 3 FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sonoma Oct. 4 S. S. Sierra Oct. 19 S. S. Ventura Nov. 1 C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Pacific Mail Stamfrs of th above rompany will rail at Honolulu and lenve this port on or alout the dats mntiond b-!ow: FOR THE ORIENT ! S. S. Persia , Oct. 12 S. S. Korea .Oct. 18 S. S. Siberia Nov. 1 For general information apply to H. Hackf eld fc Co., T0Y0 KEEN IAMA Steamers of the above Company or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT 8. 8. Tenyo Maru Oct3 8. 8. Shlnyo Maru Oct. 25 8. S. Chiyo Maru Nov. 21 Calls at Manila, omitting; call at CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu. FROM SA4 FRANCISCO 8. 8.' Honolulan....... ..Oct 9 S. S. WJIhelmlna Oct. 29 S. S. HILONIAN satis from" Seattle for Honolulu direct on nr about OCTOBER 5V - . For. further particulars, apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD General Agents, Honolulu. CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN FOR FIJI . AND AUSTRALIA x 8. 8. ZeaUnd!e..........Oct 9 6. 8. Marama ....Nov. 6 8. S. Makura. ...Dec 4 THEO. H. DAVIES &C0., AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU - Via Tthuanttpec, every, sixth day. Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn. FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT 8, 8. VIRGINIAN, to "sail about... OCTOBER 4 8. 8. MEXICAN, to sail about. OCTOBER 26 8. S. ALASKAN, to sail about NOVEMBER 30 For further -Information apply to H. HACKFELD A CO, LTD, SQents, Honolulu. CP. MORSE, General Freight Agent Service Dispatch WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY THE FEATHER RIVER ROUTE For particulars see Fred. L Wa!dron,Ltd. 836 Fort Street - Pau Ka Hana MOVES THE EARTH All kinds Wrapping Papers and Twines. Printing and Writing Papers. AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD. Fort and Queen Streets - Honolulu Phone 1416. Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mgr. '--' Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business Getters.' .. FOR SYDNEY, N. 8. W. S. S. Ventura Sept. 30 S. S. Sonoma Oct. 28 S. S. Ventura Nov.25 - General Agents Steamship Co. FOR SAN FRAMCISCO S. S. Siberia Oct. 8 S. S. China Oct. 15 S. S. Manchuria Oct. 22 Ltd. Agents will call at and leave Honolulu on FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Chiyo Maru Oct 29 S. S. Nippon Maru Nov. 19 S. S. Shinyo Maru Dec. 17 Shanghai. FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Wilhelmina.. ...Oct 9 S. S.. Honolulan ...Oct 16' ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO. FOR VANCOUVER 8. S. Marama Oct 8 8. 8. Makura..... Nov. 5 S. 8. Zealandia Dec 3 LTD., GENERAL AGENTS. Oahu Railway Time Table Oetward. For Walanae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 3: 15 a. m., 3:20 y. m. For Tear! Cltr, Ewa Mill and Waj Stations 17: 30 a. m.. 9:i5 a. m., 11:30 a. m., 2:1& p ra., 3:1- . in., 5:15 p. m., J9:30 p. m., til: J m. For Wahiawa and l.i'hua u:20 a. 5:15 p. m., t9:3C i to., til: IS p. m. Inner 4. Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wai alua and Waianae 836 a. m., 5:3J p. xn. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City t7:4R a. m., 8:36 a. m., 11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:26 p. m., 5:31 p. m.. 7:30 p. m. Arrive Hooluh- from Wahiawa and Leilcb.ua 9:15 a. m., tl:40 p. m., 5:31 p. m, $10:10 p. m. The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour train (only first class tickets hon ored, leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Waianae outward, and Waianae, Waipahu and Pearl City inward. Daily. tSunday Excepted. tSun day Only. G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH, Superintendent Q. p. A Everything in th minting line at Star-Bulletin, Al" y-eet; branch, Verchantjtreet Established In 1858 BISHOP & CO. BANKERS Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued on the Bank of California and The London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd., London. Correspondents for the Amer ican Express Company and Thos. Cook &. Son. Interest allowed on Term and Savings Bank Deposits. BANK Of HONOLULU LIMITED Issue K. N. & K. Letters of Credit and Travelers' Creeks available throughout the worlA. Cable Transfers at Lowest Rates Castle & Cooke Limited HONOLULU, T. H. SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Agents tor FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, TOUR ISTS' BAGGAGE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing Ewa Plantation Company Waialua Agricultural Co.. Ltd. Kohala Sugar Co. Apokaa Sugar. Co., Ltd. Matson Navigation Co. Toyo Kisen Kaisha The Yokohama Bank, Limited Head Office - Yokohama Yen. .48,000,000 .30,000,000 .17,850,000 Capital Subscribed. Capital Paid Up... Reserve Fund General .' banking business transacted. Savings accounts for $1 and upwards. Fire and burglar-proof vaults, with. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at ?2 per year and up wards. Trunks and cases to be kept on custody at moderate rates. Particulars to be applied for. YU AKAI, Manager. Honolulu Office, Bethel and Merchant Sts. Telephones 2421 and 1594. P. O. Box 16S. CHEMICAL ENGINES AND WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS For Sale By J. A. GILMAN Fort Street EMMELUTH & CO., LTD. PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL WORKERS STOVES and RANGES Comer King and Bishop Streets Phone No. 3067 SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS They tell about the Trus-Con line of technical finishes and enamels for all kinds of painting, damp droofing and water proofing. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Honolulu Photo-Engniring of highest grade can be secured from the heir-Bulletin Photo-EngraTing Plant Specie Let Us Haul Your freight Steamers arriving here three times a week bring lots of freight which needs prompt handling. Say the word and we'll haul it. Honolulu Construction Draying Co , Ltd. ROBINSON BUILDING FIRE LIFE MARINE AUTOMOBILE Tourist Baggage and Accident Insurance Castle & Cooke, Ltd. Agents J-fonolulu Alexander & Baldwin Limited Sugar- Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents Aqents for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Haiku Sugar Company Paia Plantation Maui Agricultural Company' Hawaiian - Sugar Company Kahuku Plantation Company McBryde Sugar Company Kahului Railroad Company Kauai Railway Company Honolua Ran en Haiku .Fruit and Packing Co. Kauai Fruit and Land Company C. Brewer & Co. Limited Established 1821. SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING .and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE Agents for Hawaiian Agricultural Co. Onomea Sugar Company Pepeekeo Sugar Company Honomu Sugar Company Wailuku Sugar Company Olowalu Company Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co. Hilo Sugar Company Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co. Hakalau Plantation Company Hutchinson Sugar Plant'n Co. Waimanalo Sugar Company Honolulu Plantation Company Oceanic Steamship Company Baldwin Locomotive Works PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. CoDPoltlnr. Deslfiming and Cem- otrurtiu Engineers. Bridges, Buildings, Concrete .Struc tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro jects. Phone 1045. BUILDING MATERIAL Of All Kinds DEALERS IN LUMBER ALLEN & EOBIXSOX Queen Street - - - Honolulu Everything In the printing line at! b ar-BuIletin Alakea street; branch, Merchant street QUEEN STREET WANTS TAILORS. The Pioneer, cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.; Phone 3125. Clothes cleaned, pressed and dyed. Work called for and delivered. 5277 Tai Chong. 2126 Nuuanu Men's suits to order White duck suits a spe cialty. k-5301-3m M. Matsuda. 1282 Nuuanu; TeL 224 ' Suits made to order. 18 to J60. k-5327-3m I 1 1 1 1 . n ... ! , , .1 1,, 1,1. 1 Sang Chan, McCandless Bldg. Hlgc clasg work. White duck and flan nels a specialty. . k-5337-6m Sang Chong, 35 S. King, cor. Bethel. Best quality material and workman ship. Fit guaranteed. k-5337-6m TINSMITH. H. Yamamoto, 682 S. King; Phone o.'I8. Can furnish best references. k-5245-ly F. Mutsuishi. 1178 Nuuanu. Tinsmith and sheet iron worker. Water pipe and gutter work in all its branches. Estimates furnished. Tel. 3858. k-5324 Lin Sing Kee, 1044 Nuuanu; Tel. 2990. Tinsmith, plumber, hardware, etc. k-5303-3m TYPEWRITERS. Rebuilt Underwoods, Visible Reming tons, L. C. Smiths, Olivers, Yosts, Monarchs, Smith Premiers, Fox, etc. Every machine guaranteed. 120 S. King St.; Tel. 3306. k-5306-3m TIRES REPAIRED. Honolulu Vulcanizing Works, on Ala kea SL, is now prepared to make repairs to any size tire for any ve hicle. Prices reasonable and quick delivery. . 5277 UKULELES. Factory, 1719 Liliha, above School; Tel. 2384. In stock or made to order. k-5301-3m UMBRELLAS. K. MIzuta, 1284 Fort; Tel. 3745. Re pairing done. . k-5322-3m W WAGON REPAIRS. Lee Kau Co., 30S N. Beretania. Ex pert repairers. Bring your old wagons 'to us and we will make as good as new for very little cost. k-5306-3m WATCHMAKER. Roy Mathews,'. .- tJidg. Annex. Just prices. Close regulation. Mall orders. k-5296-3m 1 PASSEGKS DEPARTED Per M. N. S. S. Lurline, for San Francisco, Oct. 1. Chas. Kettle, Mr. Kettle, I. J. Hare,, Mrs. Webb, M. H. Webb,. J. H. Drew, Mrs. D. H. Case. Miss Case. H. P. Hammond, .W. H. Engle, J. P.' Hewitt, R. R. Rob inson, A. W. Robinson, D. Wilson, A. G. Doebury, Mrs. Doesbury, M. Preston, E. T. Westley, Geo. Wil liams, Mrs. Williams, J. C. Gauger, Mr. and Mr. C. B. Parsons, Mrs. H. B. Meyer, Miss S. A. Kay, D. C. Pe ters, C. F. Peterson, Miss A. Klumpke, Miss O. Nishimura, Miss R. S. Ev ans, N. Churchill, Mrs. Churchill, Jno. McCubbin, Geo. McCubbin, S. Evans, B. S. Franklin, five steerage. Per stmr. Mikahala, for Maui and Molckai ports, Oct. 1. Miss Kaoku iki, Mrs. R. K. Clark, William Knott. Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai ports, Oct. 1. Mrs. Grandhomme, B. D. Baldwin, Mrs. Alice A. Grawn, R. H. Whittington, Mrs. L. Iona, Miss E. Kaukau, .Mr. and Mrs. A. Mendoza. 1 PASSENGERS BOOKED 4 Per O. S. S. Sonoma, for San Fran cisco, Oct. 4: Mrs. Alma Ayer, Emil Berndt, E. Faxon Bishop, Mrs. Bishop, A. Brempton, Mrs. Raymond Brown, Miss Helen Brown, Geo. J. Buxton, .Vrs. Buxton, E. J. Cowing, Mrs. Cow ing, Mrs. A. H.-Cox, J. A. Crawford, Mrs. I. A. Davisf Master Davis, Mrs. N. Davenport, Mrs. D. F. Davenport, It. M. Dewing, Mrs. Dewing, P. T. Evans, T. M. Finnimore, W. H. Fi.-ke, Miss Ada Gee, John F. Hackfeld. F. Hacke. Jr., E. Harkins, Mrs. Celia Haskins, S. T. Hauser Jr., Mrs. Hauser, Mrs. M. A. Heb- bard, Mrs. H. Hess, Mrs. W. H. Him-! ble, G. W. Jeffords, Mrs. Jeffords, i Mrs. J. M. Kepler. Master Kepler, j D. Kihn, H. Kaiser. Miss Margaret! Knightley, Mrs. A. Lewis. Johnkillfd and eignt injured today- Lewis. Dr. H. V. Murray, H. Neilsen. bv lie expiosion 0f the steam chest Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs. A. H. North. Missjon (he torpedo boat destroyer neien. ionn, a. w . KODinson. iou Robinson, Richard Schmidt, H. H. Scovilte, Mrs. Oscar Sommers. W. M. Temriet5n, E. B. Thorning. Mrs Thorning, Mrs. James Wainwright. ! Miss Amy Wainwright. W. E. Wall ! John Waterhouse, Mrs. Waterhotise ' Master John Waterhouse, Mrs. George Waterhouse, M. H. Wetb, Mrs. Webb, C. G. Wilson, Duke Wilson. Per stmr. Claudine. for Mav.i and Hawaii ports. Oct. 1. E. E. Hr.nne3 tad. D. B. Murdoch. Mrs. J. Cum- mings, Miss Ida Williams. Richard ; Quinn, Major Wooten. Miss L. Adams. ; Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo di-; rect, Oct. 5. Miss M. Hutchen, James Uutchen, James Gibb, George S. Wa-; terhouse. Mrs. A. Guernsey. j Hawaii ports. Oct. 18 Mr. nnd ..!rs. 11. P. Wood. R. K. Bonine. Star-Bnlletln Ads. are Best Business I Getters. BRO. BENJAMIN Compound Herbalo Stcnscb, U2r, KHiei and KaMerEeMdi L'Y filocd Purifier Hft TRADC AHR Cart lflSst!!'.ry4prsla.SoaS- f ctk. Lckot ApptiTt. floart Mutwinf, Gas "J W.nd on Stomach. BloateJ FU tnj, Rjim Iw Stumach a.'tcr Eaune. Skit HtiW. rmrsj. Coated Tongue . Blliouness. La Grirrt. Dcrvj Fvr, Gutla anJ F.ver. Malaria, breakhone. Fever. Tirei Feel'njr J jun dice. Backache , Diabetes. Gravel. Inc ipknt ErigM's Vlf tase. B!a3a r TrouMe. Enaresis. Rheo natisw .1 ru-s BiooJ. Catarrh, ScrofuU. Metanchcl la. Ne rvous Disorders. Sleep lessness. Reroves Worms. Cures Coo Stlpation, Anaemic ConJittob. h Great T -nt ; for Wocaco. It. 00 pr bottle, 3 for $2 60. 6 tor SS.C0 HONOLULU DRUG GOV Over-Night FEDERAL Wireless To thp Advertiser "Some of the persons now posing as Third Party men will wake up after the election and find . they live alone. We would be glad to welcome them back to the Republican party, but they must come back as ' whole Republicans. They must support the national. State and lecal tickets." That was the substance of Presi dent Taft's message to the Republi can Club of Beverly. The President continued by advising against a pol ity of temporizing. Governor Hiram W Johnson of Cal ifornia invaded Governor Wilson's home State last night and in a speech in Newark attacked the Democratic presidential candidate on his attitude i toward the New York Democratic State situation, termed his tariff ar gument indefinite, declared he had failed in his recent efforts to explain his position on the recall of Judges, and said he offered no solution for the question of social and industrial justice. Mrs. Agnes Smith-Shanley, the di vorced wife of F. P. Shanley; propri etor of the. International Hotel of this city, returned to San Francisco on the steamship Korea from Hono lulu to get the final decree that will leave her free to wed again. When Mrs. Shanley gets '"tae decree, she will return to Honolulu and become the bride of James K7- Parker, son of Colonel Sam Parker. The armies of the Balkan Mountain States are preparing for war with. un diminished activity. The mobiliza tion order given out yesterday Is be ing put into effect with all speed. The various nations concesned seem to believe that the long-looked-for mo ment has at last arrived when they will be called upon to march against Turkey. "If Governor Woodrow Wilson ; is elected President, would you accept, if offered, a position in his cabinet?", was asked Colonel WTilliam Jenning3 Bryan today, by a reporter. MI con sider that question impertinent," re turned the Colonel. The well-inormed among New'York baseball fans are counting on "Rube"' Marquard as a probable heavy factor in the pitching, department of th? New York National League Club for the world's series with the Bostons of the American League. This was moving day for Governor Woodrow Wilson, officially, political ly and personally. He formally moved to the State W'hite House from the summer capital in Seagirt. His fam ily also moved their belongings from Seagirt to Princeton. The bubonic plague has broken out on the ship Belle Isle, which trades between Newcastle and Hamburg, Germany, and which is lying by a wharf in Newcastle. One apprentice is dead, and two others of the crew are afflicted. It is rumored that General Rabago and his entire staff had been cap tured in the North just west of the line of the Mexican Northwestern railroad and all executed. No con firmation was possible in government offices. fnntnin C, Svdnpv Haieht. Fifth! r.-Lvalrv has been granted leave 01 ' I ' - " absente for three months with per- jygion to appiy f0r an extension of month T ;.,.non. UnnaiH P Mnrrion was! Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Worthincton Ames. Sun Francisco society peonle are to , dirvorced ' ' An Old and Well Tried Remedy MBS. WINSL0WS SOOTHING SYRUP while Irethina. wrth perfect weera. It toftea lite f umt. a'Urs Dam. Mm wmd code aod B the bnt teraedt for durrhea. Sold by Drueguti. He sure mnd ask Jar VS WinSlOW'S Soolhinfl SjTUp ted for more than three gsnemtlons. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS TESSFL8 TO ABR1T1 Thursday, October 3. San FrancUr o Tenyo Mkm, Jap. stmr. Friday, October 4. Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma. O. f S. S. Saturday, October 5. Manila via NagasakiSherman. II. S. A. Transport. Newcastle, X. S. W. Hornelen. Br. stmr. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, stmr. Sunaay, October 6. , Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala, stmr. Kauai ports Kinau, stmr. Tuesday, October 8. Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia, P. M. S S. Sydney via Auckland ahd Suva Marama. C.-A. S. S. . v Hilo direct Mauna Kea. stmr. Kona and Kau ports Kilauea, str. Wednesday, October 9. San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S. S. ... v, Victoria and Vancouver Zealandia C"A. S. IS, , Hawaii via Maul Ports Claudine, stmr. Kat:ai ports W. G. Hall. stmr. Friday, October 11. Central and South America ports. Hongkong Maru. Jap. stmr. Saturday, October 12. Salina Cruz via San Francisco and Puget Sound ports Virginian. A.- H. S.S. San . Francisco Logan. U. S. A. Transport. . M9nday, October 14. San Francisco Sierra, S. S. 1 Tuesday, October 15. Hongkong, la Japan ports China, P. M. S. S. Hilo direct Mauna Kea." stmr. Friday, October 184 t San' Francisco Korea, -P. M. S. S. Tuesday, October 22. Hongkong via Japan porta Man- . churia, P. M. S. S. , Friday, October 25. ; i San Francisco Shlnyo Maru, Jap , stmr.- : . MondayrOctober 28.' ' San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. 8: ; -Tuesday, Octoberx29. " Hongkong via Japan - porta Chiyo ' Maru, Jap. stmr. ' . . : - San Francisco Wllhelmila, M. N. S. S. . 0 VESSELS TO DJEPAST Thursday, October 3. .. -; Hongkong - via Japan porta Tenyo Maru Jap. stmr. Hilo Wilhelmina, M. N. S. S 5 p.- m. ,' . -.' ' .. ' Kauai porta W. G. HalL 3tmr 5 P. m. ' ; " ' ' ',..' Seattle Maryland, U S. S. .: Friday, October 4. . San Francisco Sonoma, - OVS. 5 p. m. - 4 T ; Hawaii, via Maul porta Claudine, stmr, 5 p. m. ; ' v Saturday, October '5. . Hilo direct Mauna , Kea, atmr ,4 p. m. . ."".; Monday, October 7.. " Kauai porta Noean, atmr., 5 p. xn. . Tuesday, October 8. ; Vancouver - and . VIctorlar-Marama, C.-A. S. S. Maul, Molokal and Lanai porta Mi kahala, stmr., 5 p. m. -: c San Francisco Siberia, P. it S. S. Kauai ports Kinau,' atmr., 5 p. m. . Wednesday, October 9. ; ' Sydney via Suva and Auckland - Zealandia, C.-A. S. S. - ' San ' Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N. - Hilo, via way porta Manna Kea, - stmr, 10 a. m. v Thursday October 10. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr., 5 p. m. : Friday, October 11. Hawaii, via Maul porta Claudlne, stmr., 5 p. m. Saturday, October 12. Hongkong via Japan ports Persia," P. M. S. S. . . Hifb direct Mauna Kea, atmr 4 p. m. Tuesday, October 15. San Francisco China, P. M. S. S. Friday, October 18. ' Hongkong via Japan porta Korea, P. M. S.'S. . v Saturday, October 19. San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S. Friday, October 25. Hongkong Ia Japan porta Shlnyo Maru, Jap. stmr. V Monday, October 23. Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O. S. S 5 p. m. . ' Tuesday, October 29. San Francisco Chiyo Maru, Jap. . stmr. Il HAILS 4 Mails are due from the folio wins . . M .. points as rouows: s Francisco Tenyo Maru, Oct. 3 Victoria Zealandia, Oft- 9. Colonies Sonoma, OcCT 4. lokonama Siberia, Oct. 8 Malls will depart for the follow ing pTMnts as follows: Yokohama Tenyo Maru, Oct. Vancouver Marama, Nov. 8. Colonies Zealandia. Oct 9. San Francisco Sonoma, Oct. 4. I TRANSPORT SERVICE I Logan, sailed from Honolulu for San Francisco, arrived Sept. 12. Sherman, from Manila, for Honplulu and San Francisco, sailed Sept 15. Sheridan, from Honolulu for San Fran cisco, arrived Apr. 7. - Crook, at San , Francisco.4 BuforoV stationed on Pacific Coast. Warren, stationed at; the Phllippinea. Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for, Manila Sept. 14, Supply, sailed from Honolulu for Se attle, June 15. Dix. from Honolulu fr Manila, ar : rived Sept. 1. , Photo-Enrarinir of highest irrade flin,be secured front the Star-Bolletia PhOtO - EngnnlflJ riant I. c J v. t: .v!