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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, 5IONDAOCT. 6, 1913.
A" BY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO. 101. ' 1 Be it resolred by the Board of Su rTvisors of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, hat the following sums, amounting to Two thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Dollars and Fifty Cents (I2.760.SO), Le and the same are hereby appropri ated ut of all moneys in the General Fund, of the Treasury "for the follow i"E purposes, to wit: 1 Maintenance of Fire Depart rient, material and .sup plies ...$ 498.00 Auditor, deputy and office- employes 262.50 -Maintenance of roads, Hono lulu -District. (Repairs, . Steam Rollers) . 2.000.00 Presented by - WM. 1L McCLELLAN, ! A . Supervisor. Honolulu, October 3, 1912. - At a meeting of the Board , of Su- r?rrisor of ihm CAtv' anrf fTntintv it Honolulu held . on Friday, October 2, 1 "13, the foregoing Resolution was r-rsed on First Readlna and ordered i- print on the following rote of said I card: .. ; ' . . .:. v .- . : Ares: Cox,- Markham. McClell&n, r-checo, Petrie,VWolter. ToUI Koes: .;.Nme. ; v", ; Absent and not voting: Hardest j; ; -11. ; j r , : ,' r- B.- BUFFANDEAU, z ,- Deputy City and County Clerk. . : : .5657-31. ;;r r NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. The Honolulu Civil ;T Service Com ion will hold a competitive exam . n at, the . . Central ' Grammar zzl, on Emma, Street, Saturday, ' ber 25, 1913. at 1 o'clock p.' ul, United States Citizens desiring po ns in the Honolulu Police ' and j Departments, said examination l 3 held under the Rules and Reru ns of aid : Commission. ' -v 4 ' ; plication Blanks and Medical Cer tes yto be had . at the Office of City; and County Clerk,-Mclntyre line, Central Fire Station and the 3 . Department. - . Applications . and ' Medical Cer--tea nuet be filed at the Office ' r City a.nd County .Clerk, Mcln uldtng, before 10 o'clock A, M, ;turday, October 3. 1913. ' '. ; - crder Honolulu Civil Service ; v ; f"';' A. J. WIRTZ, v . i...;'H'-Ay.!' Chairman. . ItALAUOKALANI, ' JIU Secretary '.te ,ConnlssIon.;'t'..V;:jt-; 5665-5t CCAUCD TENDERS, xled tenSers willibe, received .up ' I n;'ca .the : 8th day cf October, . u the Office cf.the Clerk of the zzi. County cf Honolulu, Room 8, tyre Enaiir,'for furnishing all -'.U. tcc!s and. labor, necessary td rjct. a lffrrt aiphalt nacadan .t, cbcut 2.7S5 f:ct lons frca I cf the pre cent contract in See 1,; unicr the Oahu Loan Fund -irrlcs, which is at; station 69 . tD.tha eri ot the Section at the zq Clrcs.3,' which is at station Jloclaupoko, City, and -County -c!u!a. ,. - ::':: - - s, creclficatlons, and fona of zxl nay be had upon' application a deposit of Ten and 00100 rs (210.03) tt.tht City .and Coun :rks Of rice. . : . - . Doard of. Supervisors reserves l-tt to reject any or all tenders to-waive all defects. -- '"1. . D. KALADOIfALANL.JR ::rk City and County of Honolulu. .. - 66C0-llt, ' i - NOTICE. ;" Payment cf Water Rates. ; ,v v 1 persons holding water privilege's r, meter rates are . nereby noti ti:at the water rates for the quar rying September . 30, .1913, are ; r.d payable on October. 16, 1913. " ; zr . failure ' to " pT : eucb . water ; within fifteen 15 days there an additional charge of 10 per t will be made'-;-:i privileges upon which rates re a unpaid on -' October ; 21, 1913, 1 be , shut off forthwith. V :zte are payable at the "office of ? Honolulu -Water "Works, Capitol . X. . ' V J. W. CALDWELL. ., Superintendent of Public Works. Department of Public; Works, Bu - a of Honolulu Water Works, Ho : wju, T. Hh October 2 1912. . - 6666-lOt. ,l SEALED TENDERS. Cealed. tenders win be received up 12 nu on the Uth ay of October. 'Z, at the Offic of the Clerk of the y and County xOf Honolulu, Room 8, rntyre BiHiding. lor. furnishing all ierial, tools and. labdr necessary to liver 100,000 lava rok blocks, like 3 sample in the Engineer's office, the Pall road, ;on the ? Koolau ;?, 4)etween the top of the Pall and i olnt 4,000 feet from, the top.- i rians, specifications and Xonn of r ;x)sal may be had upon application I a deposit of Tea Dollars ($10.00) the City and County Clerk's' office. The Board of Supervisors reserves 3 right to reject any or all ktenders -1 to waive all defects.. ; , . - O. KALAUOKALANI, JR Clerk City and County, of Honolulu. ,;5664-10t. .-.-a ? ; ;. NOTICE, . f . To Holders ef Government Water - Privileges. , i and after this date the sonv of . i (5) Dollars will be charged .for -r.ing . on all ..service connections t have been shut-off. for .delin jent wafer rates,. irrigating outside : . specified . tours and leaking fix- '" ""'' ; : ; J., W.CALDWELL. I Superintendent of Public Works. Department of Public Works. Bu - a t WTater Works, Jlonolului, T. r October V4913. : - : ': , -'V.- V .-'v '.: LEGAL NOTICES. No. 27.TERRITORY OF HAWAII. LAND COURT. TERRITORY " OF lfAWAlI to MAKEE SUGAR COMPANY: J. M. KAUEAKUA; TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by Wade Warren Thayer, Attorney General, and Joshua D. Tucker, Commission er of Public Lands; COUNTY OF KAUAI, by Harry D. Wlshard. Chairman Board of Supervisors; KAHINU PUKILA and HER HEIRS: I. KAUHOE and HIS HEIRS; F. L. LESLIE and' HIS HEIRS; and to ALL WHOM it may concern. ' . Whereas, a petition has been pre sen ted to said Court by GAYLORD P. WILCOX, to register and confirm bis title in the following described land: Lots 12. 13, 14 and 13. a portion of the Ahupuaa of Walpouli, Kauai, L. C. A. 8559 B. Ap. 42. JL P. 7373 to W. C. Lunalilo, described as follows: Beginning at . the northwest corner of lot 15, marked by a 2-incn pipe filled with cement, from which Govt. Trig. Station "Nonou" Is by true azi muth 83 28' 12,157.7 feet, a on a concrete post on the boundary of Walpouli and Kapaa 195" 50 250 feet. and running by true "azimuths: 1. 282 04' 393.0 feet along Lot 16 to "a iVk" pipe at the sea beach; 12 57V241X feet along sea beach to IVf pipe; 12 10 242.5 feet along sea beach .to' 2W pipe; - s 11 45' 242.0 feet along sea beach "to 24 pipe;. ' . 58' 463 feet along sea beach "ttf H'piP:4-"""""" -115 13' 5635 feet along Walpouli 2. 3. 4.. 5. 6. . -to .2". pipe; , 7. 185 50 1062.0 feet along Govern- 'r; ." ' ment Road to the point of be ' ; ginning. .? Area: 1 2-10 acres. . You. are hereby eked .-to -appear at he Land Court,' to be held at' the City and County of Honolulu on the 21st day of October.: A. D. 1913, at Iwo o'clock In the " afternoon. to r show I cause,; if any yout-liave, rwhy " the prayer or sara- petition snouia not oe granted." And -. unless you. appear ; at said Court at the time and place afore said your default will be rccorded,and the said petition will be taken as con fessed,"imd you will be forever tarred from contesting said petition or any decree entered thereon, v v , ; ' Witness the Honorable Wm. L. Whitney, - Judge . of said Court, this 29th .day of September, ; in the year nineteen hundred and thirteen, i 'Attest with seal of said Court: CSeal JOHN, M ARCALLINO, nv.r-vJi; Registrar, Land Court. r 5660 Sept:: 29 Oct 6,.13,20.r Y IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, THE First' Circuit: Territory, of 'Hawaii. "At Chambers. In Probate. " In the mat ter ; of the ' estaev of Thomas Ellott deceased.-; Order of notice of hearing petition for- administration. - On read ing and , filing the 4 petition! of : H. . H. Williams, of . the City and County of Honolulu, ,T. H, alleging that Thomas Ellott of said Honolulu died Intestate at 'said Honolulu on4 the . 29tk day o August A. D. 1913.T leaving property within the Jurisdiction of . this ' court necessary to - be ; administered . upon, and praying that. letters of adminis tration - issue to the; Hawaiian". Trust . Co'-LtdV' v; '".' r-. - . v-" It is ordered; that Monday; the 20th day 'of:-- October. A; D. 1913, at'. 9 o'clock a. xn., be ' and hereby is ap pointed 1 for ' hearing said petition in the "oourt room of - this court in the judiciary .-"building In the City,' and County of Honolulu, , at .which - time and .place all persons concerned may appear and show cause," If any they have why said petition should not be granted ! v-v: . : v:', :. Dated Honolulu, Sept 15th, 1913, : . -v- V - WM; L. WHITNEY, Second Judge of the Circuit : Court ol the First Circuit1 Attest! '"''' -v J. MAhcALLINO. Clerk Circuit Court of the First ;n Circuit ' ' .." ' '-.v; Alexander lindsay, jr Attor- ,'ney for ' Petitioner. - h r : I ' '.5650Sept.:15. 22. 29. Oct,(t;v'i TeU 4761 371 : UUha, co Vineyard Union Co. ENGINEERING ANO CONTRACTING M Carpentering a Specialty 4 J.'AH 8Ui;;..v . . proprietor .' -.! -v t: PASSE5GERS BOOKED , Per stmr. '. Kinau, for Kauai ports, Oct 7. Geo. Karlstend, Theo. Martin, D. F." Austin, P. P. Locks, G." Webb. Per M. N. 8. S. Wllhelmina for San Francisco, Oct S. Duke Kahanamo ku, Mr. and Mrs. Eskew, Miss E. RU tlgsteln. Miss M. Walte,'J. D. Lewis. Jr.; W. A. Aldrich, L. C Walte, H. J. Derbyshire. Fred HJorth. A. R. Thom as, F. A. Eames, Wade Chance, A. R Kroll, J. French. Jr., M. Emmans. J. Sexton, A. E. Kahele, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Colley, Miss Ethel Edwards, Mrs. L. J. Moses, Miss Hessle Lemon, Mrs. W. E. Lemon, L. A. Ginaca. W. Waterhouse, Miss Lawtry, Mrs. H. E. Lawtry, .Miss G. Bradley, Miss C BradleyM Mrs. A. Darling, Mr. and Mrt-XVA. Scott G. H. Brass, Mr. and Mrs.1 Solum, Miss A. M. Zimmerman, Mr. Asch, C. A. Reynolds, Miss C. A. Dean Rio, Francis Brown, Wm. Wiles, Mrs. Hollo way. Dr. Sexton, Mrs. Sex ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. G Alien and child, Mrs. W. T, Rawlins and child, Mr. and Mrs'Fred 1 Waldron, W. H. Rice,Wm.;Reinhardt H. K". Bishop, Father Rougler. A. A. Wildberg. Miss Laura Green, Mrs. Walbridge, Mrs. M. Kent 'Geo." Webb, L. R. A. Hart Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kahn, Mrs. J. Stevens. Miss M. JlOwIey. Hv F. Lewis. Julius Unger, Mr. and4Mrs. E. B. Watson, S. Parke. Brown's Bronchial Troches, the al&adard renedy for covf K. hoarse Beit and throat at f ectioiva. tlrlat much relief la the diaeaaea ol the laef s. broachl tla aad ajthma. Electric GWILL GARRY VIRELESS Wireless apparatus Is soon to be installed on vessels of the coast and geodetic, survey. The first step in this direction has been taken in ar rangements made by Captain Welker, director of the coast survey, to equip the steamer Pathfinder, now In Phil ippine waters, with a highpower sta tion. 7- The equipment has been ordered for this vessel, and will be installed before November 1. - Two wireless operators will be necessary for the control of the system, a chief oper ator and an assistant Captain Welk er has asked the assistance of Colonel Glassford, chief signal officer of the Philippines v division. In finding two satisfactory operators. The equipment of the coast survey vessels with wireless will be of the greatest advantage to isolated towns of the archipelago, many of them without cable or telegraph commun ication. The vessels of the fleet work in all parts of the - archipelago. . and w.M be in a position to relay messag es received from ships or, land sta tions of small;, radius Other coast survey ' vessels will . be equipped as soon as the Pathfinder apparatus has been tried out and found satisfactory. The unusual circumstance of three vessels of the coast and geodetic fleet being in the .' port of Manila at the same time was remarked by many. These were the Marinduque, the Rom- blon an,d the Fathomer, the latter two "being in port for extended re pairs. The Romblon,' especially, is to be, completely overhauled, and put in condition for an extended cruise, the working ground selected for her by Captain Welker, director of the bur eau, being the islands to the north of Palawan. ' " METEOROLOGICAL? : . SUMMARY FOR ;l SEPTEMBER The following r meteorological data for. the month of September, 1913, is from' the records of the Honolulu sta tion of the U.- S.' weather bureau, W. B. Stockman, section director:; iv. . Atmospheric Pressnre, trepuced to sea level; inches and. hundredths) Mean,v 30;- highest 30.06, ; date 11th; lowest 29.92, date 1st. . v ; v Temperature -r-Highest 86. date ,3d and' 7th;' lowest 70, date .2d. Great est dally range 14, date 2d. Least daily range 8, date 9th. v Mean for this month In 1890, 78; 189L 80; H92, 79; 1893, 77; 1894. 77; 1895, 77; 1896, 78; 1898, 77; 1893, 78; ,1900, 80; 1901, 78; 1902k 78; 1903, 78; 1 904. 78 ; 1905, 77 , 1906, 79M907,?79;1908.'77;. 1909,77; 1910, 77: ' 1911, 77; 1912, 78; 1913, 79. Normal for this month, 78. Absoluts maximum for this month for 22 years, 88. 'Absolute nllnimum for this month for22 years, 65. Average daily-excess of this month as compared with the normal, 0 X -Accumulated excess since - January; 1, 47. Average .daily excess since January. 1,. 0.2. . Precipitation Total, this month, 0.81. -f Greatest- precipitation in 24 hours 0.28, date 2d.";- Total preciplta- Uon, this month?in 1877, 1.12; 1878, 0.62; : 1879. 0,65; 1880, 1.22; 1881, 1.56; 1882, 1.04;J 1883, 0.36; 1885,v2;31; " 1886, 2.91; 1884, 1887, 0.54; 0,72; 0.69; 1888, 2.95; 1891, 1.06; 1894, 0.77; 1306,4.19; 1909, 0.75; 1889, 1.52; 1892. 0.85; 1904, 1.40; 1907, 0.30; 1910, 6.40; 1890, 1893, 1905, 1908, 1911 1.29; 1.82; 0.75; 2.20; 1912, 0.22; 1913, 0.21. Normal for this month, 1 .23. Deficiency . of this month as compared with the nor mal, " 042." Accumulated deficiency since January 1, 6.25. Wied Prevailing direction N.E.; total movement 5300 miles; average hourly velocity 7.4; maximum veloc ity ; (for five minutes), 25 miles per hour, from NJEi, on 17th. Weather Number of days clear 7, partly cloudy 18, cloudy 5; on which 01 Inch, or more, of precipitation oc- corrude. , : Miscellaneous Phenomena (dates of) - Lunar halo, 9th. Thunder storm, 2d. PASSENGERS ARRIYED Per P..M. S. S. Persia, from Orient ports, October 4. For Honolulu Mrs. Tong Sbee. Dr. S. Y. Howell. Miss Wong Ix Kam, Mrs. T. Miyato, R. T. Dwyer, H. Yamagata. For San Fran cisco Lee Poy Fun, Master Lee San Chan,- Emil Jacobs. H. E. Guyer, Chin Do Ging, Rev. G. W. Hilton, Mrs. Y. Aoiko, J. Cuthberston, W. H. Fergu son, G. C. Heeter. Master Lee Ping Long, W. Carlton Jones, Lt D. H. Mc Dowell, P. Wanas, Mrs. G. W. Hilton, Master. Yasuo Ablko, Mrs. J. Cuth- bertson, F. Lamproy, R. C, Totten, Master Lee Ping Chan, Mrs. Low fehee, G. E. Carpenter, A. H. George, P. E. Strause, Master John Hilton, Miss Sen Alba, Master Gordon Cuth bertson, E. Morisot Per str. Kinau, from Kauai ports, October 5. Mrs. Manawai, Emll Man uwal, Eliza Manuwai, Mrs. Henry Ho, Miss Leong, Mrs. Leong, Yeung Song, Mrs. Yuen Song, H. F. Hadfield, Miss Eby, A. Gindel, Mrs. Apoi and child. Mrs. J. Horner, J. T. Shannon, Mrs. O. Black8tad, Rev. S. Todo, J. F. Bow ler, M. A. Nichols, F. S. Ase, Mrs. O. Adcock. A. H. Rice and two maids. William Waterhouse, Mrs. H. Bishaw, V. Dolnikoff, Mrs. O. Doinikoff, C. Hedemann, A. Horner, W. H. Rice, A. T. Longley, G. N. Wilcox, H. Bishaw. Per str. Mlkahala, from Maui and Kau ports, October 5. Mrs. Tollif son, Mrs. L. Dudoit Captain Self, Mrs. Self, H Howell, Mrs. Brunne. The police patrol was in collision with Hotel street car 22 yesterday af ternoon when the former was return ing from a box call. No damage was done. t BEAL ESTATE TBASSACT10SS Entered of Berbri. Oct V 1913, from 10:30 a. nu f 4:20 p. m. Fanny Strauch and hsb to Abel Koahou and wf D Julia K Nahale and hsb to William R Castle Tr .. M Joseph Leal to M H Newman ... BS M H Newman to Mrs Mary H Leal BS James T Leach to Oliver G Lan sing AasmtAgrmt Oliver G Lansing to James T Leach .. .. .. AssmtAgrt Henry Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd to C Thurston .. ParRel C H Thurston and wf to Helen A Greig Samuel Kanae by Gdn to Ching I Lum Harry F Lewis and wf to Kaimu kl Land Co Ud .. Alexandria Ah Sing and hsb to Allen & Robinson Ud M En Yate Pung Tr and wf to,Allen tc Robinson Ltd . . Olver G Lansing to Allen c Rob inson Ltd .. .. Elizabeth K Pilipo et.al to Eu- Trent Trust Co Ltd to Robert R Catton .. .: .. Robert R Catton and. wf to Trent Trust Co Ltd .. James, T Leach and wf to Oliver G Lansing . . .......... . Anna L de Mendonca et al by Atty to James T Leach '. . . . . ; . ParRel S M Damon to James T Leach. ParRel Jacintho P de Mendonca et al by 'Atty "to - James T Leach . 1 . ParRel James T Leach and wf to Oliver G Lansing ..... . vT. .. .V D Entered of Record Oct. 4, 1912, from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30, a. m. Ehachl Kinoshlta to Ruizo Kino- shita .. t. cm Raymond P Lucas to Julla Lucas D Tomohei Morikawa et al to Yoza Esu.. .. .. CM S Shlmamoto to T Okimoto D J V Maclel to Annie' Cooper and hsb .. .. .. v.. Rel H Shigeto to Kaichi Konlshl . . . . . BS S Kojima to John C Medelros Manuel N Calasa and wf to John de Costa y. . '. . . . .. John de Costa and wf to Manuel N Calasa' .. Ellen , G Lyman by Atty to Abe v Masakichi ... . !. John Plunkett and wf to David Klakona i .; ., v . Makaalll ' Naue (widow) to Mrs Emily Rochefort:. Kaleialoha and. wf to Annie Ilikea Lahaina Burial Assn by Tr to Ka wasaki .... . Oliver G Lansing to Libble K Heck Oliver G Lansing to. Frank Rodri- Frank .Rodrigues and; wf yto Oliver . O LftQ8lll ' 4 m a T aea4 Libble K-Meek to Oliver G : Lan- BS D D L D D D L D M '"slng;v. "V ..11...... CM Oliver G- Lansing to .Charles A; : Wilson - -. AY. : . . . IV CM William Hennlng and w .to, C D i v, Lufkln ...: . j ; . t: .. M Louis Helbosh' and wf U Sam K ': : VpiiaI ' ' i --'- - t- IMSmil-,, -. , ; . . . .. ....... U Jv S W Kainaka to :Aing 'Jt PASSENGESS .ARRIYEIV -: -1 - , Per U. 8. A. T. Sherman from 'Ma- nilaand Nagasaki October 5. For Honolulu Mrs. Samuel gilder King. . From Manila for . San! Francisco Brig. Gent C.. 8. Roberts, - MaJ. T. -S. Brattorf and - wife, MaJ. H W. Schun and family; Paymaster W. A. Merritt, Capt Frank L. Pyle, Cipt Frank H. Kalde Capt ; Frank Cf Lender and wife, Capt W.. H. Crum and family, 1st Lieut E. E. Roberts and wife, 1st Lieut Frank O. Smith, 1st Lieut H. C. Maddux, and wife, 1st fLieut. M. E. Scott and fatally, 1st Lieut Manley Lawton, - Lieat Charles H. Yates, Ueut WiUlam a Owen, 2nd Lieut a H. Lasts, ' 2nd Lieut' D. H. Torrey and : family 2nd Lieut; M. D. Welty and '-family, -2nd Lieut ; J. A. Davies, 2nd Lfeut Roger. W.? Williams, 2nd Lieut J, M. White, 2nd Lieut Isaac Spaulding, , Miss . Leonora - Bricker, Miss ; Victoria Armstrong,' Mrs. E. T. Conley and children, Mrs. It. G Cra ven: and son, .T' p. Donaldson, Mrs. G. , Williams, Mrs R; VA: 'Jones and child, Mrs. Borts, Mrs. C. L. Steinmetz and child, Mrs. F. E. Davis, Mrs. M. G. Faris, Mrs. Duval, Miss Ann "Whittle sey, Miss Avis F.-Daugherty, Mrs. P. L. Mlnnegerode and child, Miss Helen Ashton, Mrs. Clara DeMuller, Miss Alberta Hinds and Master Hinds, Mrs. D, C. Turnispeed and child, Miss Ame lia P. Klein, Mrs. Thomas Carey Welph. Mrs. F. R. White and children. Mrs! Scheide,' Mrs. F. N. Berry, Miss Emily Smith, Capt O. C. Whitaker and family; Maj. Ralph W. Jones, Es dil Roberts and family, James T. Lo gan, J. H. Cromwell, C. G. Olson. V. L. Holland, Earl. F., Green, William H: Gage, Ottmar Kumus and family, Lloyd. H.. Mitchell, Jacob C. Craft Ar thur M. Martin, John C. Enderly, Frederick R. Williams, Alexander Cunningham, H. " V. : McKnight and family, Mrs. Charles Walcott and children, Mrs. Frank Pryer, William H. Shaffer and family, Mrs. Aaron Freeman, Mrs. John W. Hingle and children, William T. Lewis, R. Kindig, William H. Notley, A. Caroe, E. E. Hartzell, W. K. Mills, Miss Mary E. Lewis, Miss Rayraunda Marquez, R. C. Gibson. From Nagasaki to San Francisco Capt Mark L. Bristol and wife. Sur geon Bloedorn, Capt . A. V. P. Ander son and family, Capt. Harvey W. Miller. Lieut. R. R. Smith and family. 2nd Lieut. H. R. OTJell, Miss Clara Erwin, Miss Etta M. Staub, Mrs. E. A. Garllngton, Miss M. Collins, R. T. Bolles, John H. Dawson and wife. A DIED ANDERSEN In Honolulu. October 5, 1913, Hilda Priscilla Andersen, be loved daughter of Mrs. P. A. Ander sen, a native of Honolulu, aged 20 years and 8 months. The funeral will take place from the undertaking parlors of H. H. Wil liams. Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment in Nuuanu Ceme tery. BOB STRACHAN In Honolulu October 5. 1913, to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sira cban, a son. t IIOVEHEHTS OF IIAIL STEAUERS t I TESSELS TO ABBITE Due Daily. Baltimore Strathalbyn, Br. stmr. Norfolk, Va., Strathdon, Br. str. Tuesday, Oct. 7. San Francisco -Mongolia, P. M. S. S. Sydney via Auckland and Suva Makura, C-A. & S. San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S. S. San Francisco via Sound ports Hyades M. N. S. S. Salina Cruz via San Francisco and Soutfd ports Mexican A.-H. S. S. HIlo via way ports Mauna Kea. stmr. Kona, Kau ports Mauna Loa stmr. Wednesday, Oct 8. Vancouver and Victoria Marama, Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str. Thursday, Oct 9, Maul ports Claudine, str. Saturday, Oct 11. Hongkong via Japan porta Korea, P. M. S. 8. Hongkong via Japan porta Hong kong Mara, Jap str. Hllo, via way ports- Mauna Kea, str. I . Central and South American ports Anyo Maru, Jap. str. ' Su nday, Oct 12. Maui, Molokal and Lanai ports MHuhaUv str. ' San Francisco Logan, TJ. S, A. T. Maul ports Claudine, str. " ' Kauai ports Kinau, str. Monday Oct 13. San Francisco Tenyo Maru. Jap str. " -. '5 " ' r ' : . San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8. ' Wednesday,. Oct 15. Hongkong via Japan ports Shlnyo Mara, Jap str. Tuesday, Oct. 21. San Francisco Lurilne, M. N. S. S. TESSELS TO DEPICT Monday, Oct 6. Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon Maru, Jap., str, p. m. . San Francisco Sherman, U. 8. A. T- 2 p,'m.'-' . " - - Maul ports Claudine, stmr., 5 p. m. .v ::, t: .v -';- ; ' -j Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., S p. zn. ' Tuesday, Oct. 7. ' v: Manila via : Japan ports and Hong kongMongolia, P. M. 8. 8. Vancouver and Victoria Makura, ' Maul, Molokal i and " Lanal ports Mlkahala, str.. R p. m. Kauai ports Kinau stmr. 5 p. m. .: Wednesday, Oct. 8. San Francisco Wllhelmina, "M.: N. S. a,,10:a.m.. Hllo.- via .way ports Mauna Kea, str., 10, a. m.' . - . ? : .v::vk. Sydney, via Suva and . Auckland Marama, C.-A. 8. 8.' ,' ";4';V Thursday, Oct 9.. . t Kaoal porta tW QHalL atri (.p. -V 'Hilo-T-WilhelmIna,s if. JN. ' 8. 8., p.m. ; Friday,. Oct. .10. ! . .; . , Maui ports Claudine, sUv ( p.Vni.; . Saturday, Oct 11. 8an Francisco Hongkong "" Mara, Jap str, ' :. .' , :-U-r.i r. f: ?: tv.t-;v : Hllo' via ! ; way . ports Mauna Kea, 8tr 3 p. m.'- " ' . - v 'r San FranciscoKorea, P. M. 8. 8 , '' ' Monday,' Oct. 13. w ' Hongkong via Japan" port4-Tenyo Mara, Jap. str. '' ' .'' Mapila via Guam Logan, U. S. A. Tuesday, Oct. 14. - -San Francisco Honolulan, M. K. 8. 8-6 p. m. ; .' ' y Hongkong, via Japan ports Anyo Mara,- Jap. str. , , , k Kona, Kau ports Mauna Loa stmr, noon. v ,f ' v.'4 - Wednesday, Oct. 15. : ; San Francisco Shlnyo Mara, Jap str. '. '. V ; : ' ' 8aturday, Oct 18. San Francisco Sierra, : O. 8. 8.; noon. ' ' . HAILS Malls are due from the following points as follows: 4 - San Francisco Mongolia, Oct 7. j Victoria Maknra"Oct 7. Colonies Makura,. Oct - . Yokohama llbngkohg Maru, Oct 11. Malls will depart for the following points as follows: ," ; . ' Vancouver Makura, Oct 7. Colonies Marama, Oct, 8. Yokohama Nippon Maru, Oct 6. San Francisco Wllhelmina, Oct. 8. 1 TRANSPORT SEBYICE Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran Cisco, arrived Sept 13. Sherman, from . Honolulu for San Francisco Oct. 6. Thomas, from Honolulu for Guam and Manila, Sept Xi. Warren.. stationed at the Philippines. DIx? from Honolulu for Seattle, ar rived Oct 1. Sheridan, at San Francisco. 4- PASSENGERS DEPARTED I Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo and way ports, Oct. 4. K. B. Porter, S. , N. Toy, Dr. and Mrs. Pratt, Dr. and; Mris. McCoy, O. W. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keystone, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bean, C. A. Bruns, Miss S. Howard, Mrs. Placeda, W. H. Wood, Mrs. Tatum, Miss Taber. PASSENGERS EXPECTED Per M. N. S. S. Hgnolulan, Oct 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. Plummer, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bos well, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Decota, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Snow, Mrs. Elmer B. Norjis, Mrs. M. E. Ed rington, Miss Lela Beebe, Mr. and Mrs. Matt M. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sav age, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Traphagen, Mrs. H. k. Bishop, Mrs. W. F. Hell bron. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. HJlts, W. H. Smith, Miss M. H. Mosser, Miss M. G. Nispert R. S. Norris, Jas. T. Jensen, J. H. Long, Miss Ida Bentley, Miss N. Tunks. STAR-BULLETIN GIVES TOU TODAY'S JfEWS TODAY. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. -SYDNEY FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Sierra Oct 18 S. S. Sonoma Oct 31 Si S. Sierra Nov. IS TO SAN FR CISCO, $6iJ)0j ROOD TRIP, 4111001 TO SYDNEY, $100; BOUND TRIP, 12200. - Sailing Lists and Folders on application U C BKEIYES A LTDn Geacral Agents, PACIFIC IIAIL Salllaf $ from Honolola FOR THE OUIEHT Mongolia (via Manila).. Oct 7 Persia (via Manila out and In) .Oct 25 Klrea Nov.' 3 Siberia Nov. 17 China (via Manila) Nov. 29 Manchuria Dec; 23 Far general Information apply U H. Hnckf old & CoM Steamers of. the above Company . or about the dates mentioned below: - FORVTHE ORIENT 4 8. S. Nippon Maru...;. V.Oct, r 8. S. Tenyo Maru....... Oct-13 8. 8. Hongkong Maru.". Oct 30 ; 8; 8. Shiityo Maru;; . .Nov- S ; S. 8. Nippon Maru...-:Nov. 27 toyo mm . Call at''Man!lar: omitting call - at' .ShanzhaL , ' , . T, Matson Navig Direct Service Betwecn'San FROM IAN FRANCISCO ' -. . . . - .: ' - : ' 8. 8 Wllhelmina; i I .Sept. 30 a. BJ Honolulan ........Oct ' 7 i- 8. .8.:Lurlne .V;,;'.Ti'.'.Qct.".2V 8. 8. VYilheimina V.itOct; 23; 8. 8; HILONIAN sails from Sscttle ror; further particulars apply v CASTLE & COOKEi LTD.,' fir- i m.:' t. V .' ;CAfiA01AN-AUSTRAL4ASIAf B0.YAL' f.lAIL Ll.id yitt SuTa Aoekland and Sydney 9, 9. Marama wcu 8. S. Makura ...;...;.Nov.' 5 ;-8i,8; Niagara: twV.;Vi;. Dec; 3,:- KtheqMHvi 1; iwmriv.n a tv itt IV ! From New York to Honolulu every sixth day via tTehuantepec. . t . : might received at all tlmaa at . tna aoapaay'a wharf, list Ctmt, Bontli Brooklyn. .:;? v- j ' v -; , v FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO n050LUlU DIBECT f 8. 8.' ALASKAN to sail about. .......;.......-...i'OCT. a 8. 8. COLUMBIAN to sail about . . . i . I N 0 V. 13th y 8. 8. ARIZONAN tosail abbuti.i.;;...:.-.V.....j.;OSC. WL. " H. Hackfeld A Co Ltdy Agents C. P. Morse, OenL FTclzt Aggnt ; : VAC i ' All r' Li 11 ,-. 1 m a aaa FRED L. WALDRON, LTD Agsnta. HEW GOODS OPENING Too Chan & Co. FARCEL DELIVERY FHONES MESSENGER 3461 YOUNO LAUNDRY ) PHONES GEORGE V JAKINS AscUoseer and Omniliilsn Afeot Sachs Block 76 Beretanla St Get the contagious enthusiasm of the Ad Club, and smoke the OWL 5c Cigar; worth 10c. M. A. GUNST & CO., INC. IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS' Anywhera at Any Time, Call om or Write C. C. DAKE'S ADVERTISING AGENCY I 124 Sansomt Street tan Francisco SHORT LINE FOR SYDNEY N. S. W. 8. S. Ventura ..........Oct 27 S. S. Sierra ............Oct 24 S. S. Ventura ... .... ..Nov, 28 CO, STEAUSHIP CO. er about the following iitettr.v- - FOB SAX. FRANCISCO. Persia A i . w i.. Dec It Korea ..... ......... .T.Oct. 12 "Siberia .......Oct 25 China Nov. 4 4 Manchuria Nov. 11 Nile . ... . : . Nov. 1 S Mongolia Nov, 23 LttL Amenta 5 ?r A TTflTTTT will cah at and leave Honolulu oa : . - ; ;"r u;-- ' ; ; f , SFOR. 8AM FRANCISCO- - ; 8.;8.-;Hon;Kfing iiani,..:Oct. 11 ; 8. Si Shlnyo Manir.....Oct '1$ v; 8. S. Chiyo Maru.. Nov. 7 A 8. : 8. Chlyo Maru Nov 2$ ; S; S Nippon Maru.J.NVr 27 - . . ..j. . any. I , f " - , . i '- ' y ' ; , : ; . - - , Francisco and Honolulu FOR SAN ' FRANCISCO . 8. 8. Wil he I mlna . ; . . . , . Oct t 9 8. 8. Honolulan .......Oct 14 : 8. 8. Lurllna, .V.Oct 23 . 8. S.i Wllhelmina. i.iV.Nov. 6 for Honolulu-en or. about OQTV.17 -r J-'r ' ', ; ' :v; .; Grand AqcS, 'HcncIuSi: v ; :' ' t rU Yot Victoria an J Tanconver .S. S. Uaicura ;. ...... Oct 7 S. 8. N lajara 4. ......... Nov.. RTUriTlTSmP r.AirpijrY v.- OabuRailvayTics Tc-le ' , OUTWARD. Tor Walanae, Waialua. Xahon aai . Way stations 9:15 a. nu 2:29 p. a. , For Pearl City, Ewa Mia and Way Rations- 17:39 : a. ; nt, J:15,a. a, 11:19 a, cu 2:15 p. vol, 3:2! p. CL 1:11 p. nu J3:3a pnu tllUS p. ta. For Wahlawa and Lellehoa lt:Xl ; a, a, ri:40 P u 5;00 p. cu 11:11 . 1 r.:,i:.,;: INWARD. ; . ' i AJTiTo Monolnla from Kanaka. Wall, aiaa and Walanaa 1:11a. cu fl:ll Arrira Hoaolulu from Ewa 11121 aad . Pearl City 17:45 a..o.I:lf a. bu 11:02 a. nu l:30 p. rt, 4;2 p. a. 1:32 p. nu T:30 p. m. Arrive Honolulu , froa Wahlawa and Lailahua 9:15 a.nu tl:f lw BU 4:01 p. 7:10 p. n. . . The Halelwa Limited a tww hwaf train (only flrstdaas tickets honorad) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 1:11 a. for Halelwa Hotel; ratnrniaf a , rives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. tx Tts Limited stops only. a Pearl City xi; Walanae. . Daily tEicept Saaday tSundayoaly G. P. DENISON, F. C. tUlTH, Superintendent C P. A.'- T. Murakami -Shbteh Importer and Dealer ts ' JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOOD PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Eta. 32-34 Hotel Street, near Nuuaan. H. Fujimoto, Wholesale & Retail Dealer In ENGLISH H AMERICAN WOOLEN, 8ILK AND COTTON GOODS Corner Nuuanu 6 Beretanla Sta. Y. TAKAKW7A, COMMISSION MERCHANT Japanese Provisions and General Msrchandlsa Nuuanu SU - Near Kins St A' anon uomp i if- v A'- .! . ;. 'r ' '.V - i ". : v ' -, T - - ' J - s V f 'ir iW-'-rv'