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TWELVD ' HONOLULU .BTAllBtJLITIN MONDAY, XX. 19, 1914 ..vgj;: HOTEL SAUTRAHGISGO Geary Street, abort, Union Square European Plan $1.50 a day op Amtriaa PUn L50 a day tzp Rev steel and brick structure. Third addition of hundred roomt now bull ding. Every comfort and convenience. A high tint hotel at very moderate rates. ; In center of theatre and retail district. On car lines transferring to all parts of city." Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers.. ' i Hol Stowwt rccaid M KtSM fTrw,u" ABC Crf. J. H. Un, H nlwi riinirtitii. . 4 f OTEL AUBREY UXWLki 0A1IU HATTAII Distinguished for' its clientage, appointments , and location. Equally ; attractive to weekly, monthly or transient guests. ; A .select family,; homelike country hotel, and .good meals. - r STKICTLY I103TE C00KI5G COOL ASD IXVIT1XCU v Train to the Door. .Moderate Rates." ; v JMume 872. . ,X A AUBREY, rrop. ; ;UAiMEAi kacai ; yearly ItcnoTatedBest Hotel :? -on KauaL TOUIII ST TRADE SOLICITED :;: I ' GOOD STEALS' '; '' Rates Reasonable f, ft W. SPITZ t t t Proprietor C A REAL CIIASGE OF CLI5TATE can he had at the new. hoarding house f- :Y7AH2AT7A'-.:' v 1 nearly 1000 feet elevation,' near de ; rot, , grand scenery, fine bass, fishing. For 'particulars, address E, L. Kruss, . Wahiawa, Phone 4C9. :f AT,. CcaGido Hotel Under the Management" off - ANY TIME. AND FRESH CRISPS 7 HONOLULU POPCORN CO. 1522 Fort StV ' Phone 4301 ricCh::ney Coffee Co. , CpiTEE ROASTERS V' ?. Dealers la Old Kona Coffee; MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU Hats Cleaned : Cents' and Ladles HONOLULU HAT CO.k s6'Uotei stl: If ; Ilashands only ; knew" the ; pleasure - their fircs would take In a irown made by DATI- : SOX, TantheoB Bid?., Fort SU - We carry the' most complete line of - MOUSE. FCRMSniXG, GOODS ::-;;' -V-:tn the city." r - t sy. v r Holiday Goods . -for the New Year cANTpND,RyG00P8 CO. r Hotel 6L. opp. 'Empire Theater ' ' ' PAPBE All -Kinds, v Wrapping , Papers and Twines.. Printing, and Writing Papers. C AME BrCA.lI A1VAH AX PAPE B : U C L T D. Tort 'nod Qneem Streets lloBoluIn Phone 1 416.' - Gec CL Curild, .Cen. Mgr. T1IE- l$Crbssr6ads Bookshop. . - .limited V A tEXAXDF.Il YOFK BH I.D1NG r t i;rr)IhIoff la Books' V ' BETHEL ST, NEAR HOTEL tt yr Additional Gable FEDERALS SURRENDER JO UNITED STATE3 TROOPS MA UFA, Teiu Jan. 18. Thirty-three hundred Mexican federala. Including 1067 women, and 300 children, ragged. fcOtsore, . hungry,, and weakened al most to the point of exhaustion, reach ed here today, after being allowed to cross the border and place themselves in the custody of the United States troops. Thee hundred American cavalrymen met the refugees here. Temporary arrangements were made for food and shelter for them last night and today they will be transferred to the United States barracks at Fort Bliss, over looking El Paso. The federal troops comprise what la the remnants of the entire army division, which under General Mer cado, was looked upon by Huerta as strong enough to successfully hold Ojinaga against any rebel attack. The women of the party are credit ed, with having showed the most for tltode throughout the ordeal. The weapons and the small amount of ammunition which the federala had on reaching here were turned over to the American troops. ;; - , AFRICAN STRIKE ENDING. . ; . CAPETOWN, South Africa, 'Jan. 18. The great railway strike of the em ployes of the South African State Railway was practically ended tonight with the decision of the ' operating force which tied ; : up - the railroad system to resume work. The miner's strike, it is believed, Is also nearlng an end. " ' "" : CANNOT LOCATE SUBMARINE. PLYMOUTH," England, Jan.; 18. A dozen torpedo boats of the flotilla sta tioned here returned tonight v after spending the entire day from', dawn to dark In8oundings "in an effort to find the location of the sunken sub marine, which with ) Its crew of 16 officers and men has failed to rise since last Friday: r -'A. V ' -The efforts of the searchers proved futile and it is now helleved that tBere Is no hope for the rescue of the crew. Because of - the ; fact; that the sub marine during its , submerged practice runs generally covered considerable area there Is much doubt now as to whether the. lost vessel will ever be lo cated. ; , "-yi-. :v-iv.;-; - ; : "SAFETY AT SEA" I . 'V--:r . PROBLEM SETTLED LONDON, Jan. 18. Work of the re vision committee appointed by the In ternational Congress on Safety at Sea, now ; assemhld here, was , practically completed Saturday when the J con gress approved, the committee's report and accepted" the American , irtrelesa systems as the, standard to he. used by vessels at sea. 'The foreign dele-J gates yoted with the -Americans ; In reaching this decision. ' ,o -Tot only this, hit the 6nsreas has voted to give control of the apparatus and the supervision ofits operation to CORPORATION NOTICE.- McCRYDE SUGAR COMPANY, LTD. Notice of Adjourned Special Meeting ''.v"'i r - of Stockho Iders. ; t - f - h To the Stockholders of McBryde'Bu i gar Company, LdmlteL - T j; i i Pursuant to the call and request of the Temporary Chairman, duly elect ed at the special meeting of the stock holders of .McBryde- Sugar Company, Limited, held December 10,' 1913, and the endorsement of such call aiPl re quest: by; the President of sal'd Com pany, notice is hereby given' tha said special meeting. :. will reconvene on January 20." 1914W .at; the . hour of 9 o'clock a. nw in the ropm of the Cham ber of Commerce, Stangenwald Build ing, Honolulu, Hawaii, at. which time and placeeonsideratlon of the jsame business will be resumed, the report of the y stockholders' 1 cpmmlbtee ap pointed on December 10, 1913, will he presented, and .: such other business transacted as may properly be brodght before. the meeting. ' - Dated: UonoluKi,'" Hawaii,, Januar ary 8th, 1914.- . ; , d ELMER E. PAXTON, Secretary, McBryde. JSugar Company, Limited. . - 5747-lOt NOTICE. To the Stockholders of the McBryde J Sugar; Company, . Limited. "Notice is hereby given ,by the un dersigned that at the reconvened spe cial .meeting of the Stockholders of McBryde Sugar Company, .Limited, 'to be held on Tuesday, the 20th day of January. 1S14, aV oclock A.. M., in the room, of the Chamber of Com merce. Stangeuwald Building, Hono lulu, Messrs. J. P. Cooke. E. E. Pax ton and John Waterhouse will not vote any stock represented by them under proxy. L - .All Stockholders are urgently re quested to be present if possible, or otherwise represented by proxy. Honolulu, January 15th. 1914. ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD:. By J. P. COOKE, President -5753-4L ELECTION OF OfFICERS. At the annual meeting of the mem Iters of the Yee Hing Association, held at its hall on January 5th. 1914, the following officers were elected to eerve for the ensuing year: Cbiag Mow Biu, President Lee Kwai, Vice-President W. Tin Var., English Corresponding Secretary Wong 'Jock, English Recording Sec retary, i See To York. Chinese Correspond ing Secretary. Lau Bum Lum. Chinese Recording Secretary. Ching Hoy, Treasurer. Iook Man Chong. Auditor. W. TIN YANT. Secretary, Yee Hing Association 575 RECORD AUTO M the rate of 60 machines a week.1 Matson Navigation steamers are bringing motor-driven vehicles into the islands, judging from the number reported to Castle & Cooke this morning as aboard the liner Wilhel mina, now on the way down from San Francisco and due to reach this -port tomorrow. Twenty-five machines of various de scriptions are included in the 3125 tons of mainland cargo. Of this num ber of cars, 9 will be carried to Hilo. The Lurline arrived here less than a week ago with 29 machines which were considered a record shipment in that vessel. The consignment to he landed here in the Wllhelmina, it is believed, will establish a record for that vessel. The Wllhelmina is bringing 10? cabin and 14 steerage passengers. A late mail amounting to 104 sacks', is aboard, according to late wireless mes sages received here. In proceeding to Hilo the vessel will be discharged of 402 tons of freight Shipments of merchandise for Port Allen and Kaa napall will be transhipped on arrival at Honolulu to another vessel. the United .States. The employes are recommended to be employed and to work under the direction of the Unl- Ued States government By the agreement reached the pri vate code signals of all nations are preserved Intact. VOLCANO SURVIVORS SUFFERING. TOKTO, Jan. 18. There is great suffering among the survivors and it has been found impossible to shelter the thousands who have lost their homes as a result of the devastation caused by the lava flows and ashes In which Kogoshima and the surround ing country now lie buried. LARGEST RADIO STATION. J i. WASHINGTON, D; : (2'Jan. h 18 H A! hoard ,of naval officers Is to meet here Jthis week for the purpose of se lecting a site for the erection of a high, power radio station ' near - San Diego, Cal. . The proposed plant will he one of the most powerful In the world. It will V be ' one - of : a chain which ; the United States government proposes establishing," connecting with the Pa cific coast with Hawaii,' the Panama canal and points on the -Atlantic sea board.' " S . h - : " ' i - i WASHINQTONV D. CC ' Jan "l8. for the past two days President Wil son has been engaged InjBnishing his messages to Congress ;it Is Relieved that they will be completed tomorrpv It Is i the intention of the : President to- read the ' messages to ' Congress Monday. .'It Is understood; that, they deal at length with the trust situation end contain a n.umber of suggestions for reforms and the more, strict regu .r CHICAGO, Jan. 1. Clarence Dar row, the noted attorney and advocate of ' the principles of unionism; in an address last nIght,Jbefore the4 Irish Fellowship Club, came out as a strong opponent, of the - Ideas advanced by the eugenlsts. He said that to follow out the law of eugenics, as advocated would do more harm than good to the humane race.: yJ.,t -.v..,.' f ;-, ;.. ; : "He also deprecated the existing laws as, they relate to the imprisonment of juveniles in detention; homes and re formatories. Such Institutions, he d dared, were, so far. as his experience taught him, simply the breeding place" for criminals. ' ' ; s i j'-i - ' 1 . MOYET? MAY BEPUGITJVE. : HOUGHTON, Mich., Jan." 18. Charles' R Moyer, president of the Western Federation of Miners' and the miners; union leaders named with him in the recently returned grand jury indictments, will; be considered fugitives from justice; unless they vol untarily return to the. state and face arraignment . If they are declared fu gitives they will be arrested wherever found and their extradition asked for by the Michigan governor. BORAX KING SUBMITS. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18, A, .re organization of the various syndicates headed by F. M. "Borax" Smith, in an attempt to prevent the bankruptcy of a score of great undertakings, has been announced. The plan of the new management will be to attempt a segregation cf the various interests, while continu ing the development of the probities involved. A working fund of $15. fK'O.OOO has been raised and this will be invested In the .development wark Hud in the rehabilitation of the prop erties. "Borax", Smith retains his owner ship but surrenders control. He will benefit in the reorganization propor tionately as the companies prosper, but will have no direct voice in the management The properties involved include the San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Rail ways and several light and power con cerns in this state, in addition to tba immense Nevada interests. SENATOR BREAKS RIB. WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 18. Senator Bacon, who has been ill for the past several daysgubmitted to a physician's examination yesterday, with the result that unsuspected in juries were discovered. The senator slipped in his bath two weeks ago, striking his j side upon the edge of the bathtub. In doing so he fractured the sixth rib on his left side, but was un aware of the extent of his hurt. He has continued his official duties sir.c0, until forced to stop because of the in creasing pain. f - c HONOLULU DRUGGIST HAS VALUABLE AGENCY The Hollister Drug Company has the Honolulu agency for the simple mixture at buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc known as Adler-i-ka. the remedy which became famous by curing ap pendicitis. This simple remedy has powerful action and drains such sur prising amounts of old matter from the body that JUST ONE DOSE re lieves sour stomach, gas on the stom ach and constipation almost IMMEDI ATELY. The QUICK action of Adler-i-ka Is astonishing. advertisement "Why are you sobbing, my little man?" "My pa's a millionaire philanthrop ist." "Well, well, that's nothing to cry about" "It ain't ain't it? He's just prom ished to give me $5 to spend provided I raise a similar amount" Life. 1 s FASSE3GESS ABBITXD I Per str. Kinau, from Kauai, Janu ary 18 P. Domingo. Miss S. K. Ching, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rawlins, M. Nunes. A. T. Anderson. Wm. Pollock, Sam' Woods, I. Christensen, Miss G. Fukushima, T. Schmidt Leon Quon-son,-Mrs. M. V. Fernandez, Miss Fer nandez Master Fernandez, Mrs. L. Keahl, Geo. Humphrey, W. Zeis, G. H. Gere, W. E, Shaw, F. A. Alexan der, Geo., Cremer, M. Weibke, Mrs. A.v K. P. Akina, Mrs. Pritchard, Mrs. Kaohimaunu, Miss E. H. Wilcox, A. S. Wilcox, G. N. Wilcox, J. K. Far ley. - per str. Mlkahala, from Maul, Jan uary 18. H McCubbln, D. O. Rog ers. PASSESGEBS DEPARTED Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports; Jan. 17. C,-R. Hunt R. S. Norrls, Mrs. J. Cushlngham, Miss Cusblngham, Mrs. A. Skinner, Mrs. C. E. Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Montandon, E. Giesecke, Andrew Ad ams, Ferd. Hons, R. I. Lillk, E. M. Howe and wife, C. A. Stewart, Miss E. Frias, Mrs. M. .D. Frias, O. B. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Basker, A. W. T. Bottomley, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.v Matthias, Mrs, J. T. McDonald, Mrs. T B. Fraser, A. H. Burdock, Mr. Hunt .C. Castekdyke, Mrs. R, J. Gay, A: C. Wheeler, J. W Caldwell, Lord'HerschellMrs. R. A. Crow, H. C. Bockovan. . , , ( PASSEJGECS B00SZ9 I : 1 ; . , r" .' ' . Per O..S. S.5Sonoma for Pago Pago and Australia,7an.'. 18i ' L.: P. Fisher, Mrs. ; F. Dexter for Pago Pago; Mrs. H. J. Duffy and. Infant, jMr, and Mrs. A. a:. Wallace and son, for. Sydney. , Per str.'Mauhal Loa for Maul ports, Jan. 19: C. Miller.-IHrs. M. Akt?; . : - Per'ptr. Kihau for- Kauai ports, Jani 2Q : Mrs. Ella Dsborne, J. H. Neustadt; C BJ Gage, J. Cv Curtis, A. Alexander, T. CKurchJ'Bayer . t: Per sir. viilkaSala.Tfot' Maui, : Mold Kai an.aitianai ports, jan.-zu: -w. a, Beckley, Jr Cecil Brown, C. Battlge. Per , stmr.. Mauna 1 Kea for, Hilo' and way ports, Jan. 2L---Mrs.' Mason, Mrs Maddp, Mrs A Clara ;C, VBlyth, Mrs C. Brlggs, S.. Et Locked W. A: Hol-f man.. ;..;rifcV-:- '-J-' PASSE5GEBS EXPECTED Per O.S.S.f Sonomk,' from San Fran cIbco, due ht Honolulu Jan'. 19. Fj K; Smith', Mrs: Smith, T. H. Hatch ard, Mrs. Hatchard, Miss S.', Lyon, Ei R; Weston, Mrs: -Weston, W. R. Bray; Mrs. Bray, J Strauss, Arthur .Lach man,' Mr. McCarthy Mra. McCarthy, Wilford Shore, Mrs. Shore and child, Mrs. M. F.. McCarthy, Miss McCarthy M. F. McCarthy, Maitland McCarthy, O.' F. Wetzler, Misa M. Mclntyre, Mrs. E. Young, G. W. Young, H. J; Lake, Mrs. Lake, I, Jacobs, X. Hes senbruch. Misa E.; Wente, Mrs. Freda KroH, Thos. M.. Huntington, Adolph KroII, Miss B. Ripley, Miss Catherine Cunningham Fred Empsbh, J. Ri Hartpence, . M. Morganthaler, Mrs. MorganthalerV Jno. Hawks, Mrs. Iso bel. Strong, Mr. Bartlett, Mrs. Bart lett Mr. Dumont, Ben Chaffey, Mrs. Chaff ey, Miss M. Chaffey, Miss O'Don nell,;H: G. Burnett, Mrs. C. E. Mor gan, Miss M. J. Morgan, Miss S. A. Morganr Uliss . I . E. Peterman, . Miss ArJakobs, W. E. Gaylord, Mrs. Cay lordG. D.' Shields; E. B. Pfluser, E. U. Qiiackenbush, Mrs. Quacken bush, R. G. Casey, John Vert H. M. Walt, F. P. Walsh, H. Hunt, Mrs. Hunt , i Per M. Nv-S. S. Wllhelmina from San Francisco, due at Honolulu. Jan. 20. Mrs. Cora P. Hettington, Mrs H. M. Gowans, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Quinn, Miss L. Sullivan, Mrs. J. A. Bashan, W. Burnhm, E. W. Kent, Miss M. M. Gantz, Mrs. M. M. Gantz. Mr. and Mrs, Ww L. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herman, Miss Rose Schley, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Keys. Miss I McTighe, Mrs. C. U Bolton, Miss Mary Pamenta, Mrs. E. S. Shepard, Miss Alice Arriola, Mrs. A. Hartman, Mrs. J. Hall. Mrs. Celia Schuster, Zeno K. Myers, E. B. Parson, L. A. Ginaca, Dr. and Mrs. H. Gifford, Misses Edith and Ann Gifford, K. Alexander, J. S. Radcliffe. Frank W. Smith, J. Howell and wife. W. F. Nich ols. C. H. Sprinkle, J. G. Maxwell. S. H. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Eames. Jr., Miss Dorothy Borling, Miss Lettie A. Roe. Mrs. P. L. Cherrey. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Fulton. Miss H. A. Harris, Miss Ellen M. Dodge, Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Ancker, Miss H. E. Sprinks, Mrs. E. G. Sprinks. Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Talcott. Miss Emma Finch. Miss Jessie Farrell, Dr. M. E. Gross man and family. Captain H. A. Jones and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. O'Gor man. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Craig. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cross, J. J. Sheahan. A. Lach man. A. R. Thomas, Miss B. Brems. Miss A. T. Thewlis. Mr. and Mrs. M. -T. Sullivan. L. Scrutton. R. T. Bentley. Miss Edith Rucker. Miss Marie Tyson. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Mitchell. Miss J. Leonard. Miss M. Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Leonard. Dr. L. H. Hoffman. Dr. Henry Meyer. Mrs T. II. Hoffman. Mrs. M. Meycrfeld, Mrs. A. Kahn and daughter. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS t TESSELS TO ABEITE Monday, Jan, 19. San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S. Tuesday, January 20. San Francisco Wllhelmina, M. N. 8. S. Hongkong via Japan ports China, P..M. S. S. Salina Cruz via San Francisco and Sound porta Alaskan, A.-H. S. S. Hilo via way ports - Mauna Kea, str. Kona and Kau ports Kilauea, str. str. Wednesday, January 21. San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. S. Wed Jan 28 Kauai ports W. G. Hall str. Thursday, January 22. Maui ports Mauna Loar, str. Friday, Jan. 23. Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura, O. S. S. - Kona and Kau ports, Kilauea, stmr. Saturday, January 24. Salina Crux -via San Francisco and Sounl ports Mlssourian A. H. 8. S. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. ' Sunday Jan. 25. Maui, Molokal and Lanai ports Mlkahala, stmr. ' Maui ports Mauna Loa, stmr. Kauai ports Kinau, stmr. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr. Tuesday, January 27. Hongkong via Japan ports Man churia, P. M. S. S. Sydney via Auckland and SuvaNi agara, C.-A. S.t S. - iTilo via way ports Mauna Kea, stmr. 1 I ; ; ; Wednesday, January 23. Vancouver and Yictoria Makura, C -A. S. S. i . San FrancIsco-SIherla, P. M. P. S. Kauai ports W G. Halt stmr. i Thursday, Jan. 29, 1 Mauai ports Mauna Loa, stmr. v '- Saturday, January tU - V. Hongkong via Japan ports NCe, P. M. S: . ' -. r.- ; Hfloi yia way ; ports Mauna Kea; stmr.-'i' "-'.. : v. V'f I TZSSZXS TO DEPICT Sydney .via Pago Tago Sonoma. O. s. s., p. m. - " v; -;' Kauai ports -W; 0.Hall, itr 5 pjn. Maul ports Mauna Loa, str.,. 5 pm. Tuesday, Jan. 20. San Francisco Lurline, M. N. S. S.,'6 p.m.. ..iv-i-"' 'AX' : San Francisco China, P. M. 8. 8. . Maul, Molokal and Lanai ports Ml kahala, str.,. S p.' m . . . Kauai ports-rKinau, str,, 5 p. m. 5 - 'v Wednesday,1, Jan. 2,1.'-; ; y -i : Manila via Japan porta and Hong kong Korea, P. , M. S. S. - :' - -U 1 -Hilo "via .way . ports Mauna Kea, stmr.'10 a.'-'m..'-' :: ' vV. . ' Thursday,' Jan. 22 ., , ., s - ; K p. m.." ,v.' r;r - Friday, Jan, 23. : ? :? San ..Francisco .Yentura, O. 8. 8 P. m. (-.'-?t ;.?v Ataui ports Mauna " Loa, stmr., 5 p m.' I. '.-'r ' ' ;V":" ' . , Saturday, Jan.' 24. ' Hilo Via ; way ports- Mauna Kea, stmr.,''3;''Pom.'':'. 'i ...r . , Monday,. Jan. '25. ... vMaui ports Mauna Loa, stmr, , & p.'. m.. ; .V ;; 1 - i. ' " .V' Kanai ports W. G. Hall, stmr., $ Km. : . . Kauat;ports Noeau, Btmri5.p. m. "'. . , Tuesday, Janv27. . r - San Francisco Manchnxia, -P. M. s:.s.! ' . : - . , .;. . Yancouver and Victoria Niagara, C-A. S.! S.-- r'i-'.:: . ' i;'; ' Maui, Mplokai and ;JUanaT porta Mlkahala, stmr 5 pv. m..'' . Kauai .ports Kinau, stmr., 5 p. m. .-r Wednesday, Jan. 28. San FjciscoWittelmina, M. N. S. 8., 10 iu jn. .. rl, . rt Sydney via Suva and Auckland Makura, ' C.-A. S. ,S. . y - Manila via Japan ports and. Hong kong Siberia. P, M. S- S. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, stmr 10 a. m. Thursday, Jan. 29. Kauai ports- W.- G, Hall, stmr., 5 p. m. Friday, Jan. 30. Maui ports Mauna Loa, stmr., 5 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 31. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, stmr., 3 p. m. MAILS Mails are due from the following points as follows: San Francisco Wilhclmina, Jan. 20. Yokohama China, Jan. 20. Australia Ventura, Jan. 23. Victoria Makura. Jan. 28. Mails will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco China, Jan, 20. Yokohama Korea, Jan. 21. Australia Sonoma, Jan. 19. Victoria Niagara, Jan. 27. TEAjrSPOBT SEBY1C1 Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran cisco, sailed Jan. 14. Sherman, from Honolulu for San Francisco, arrived Jan. 13. Thomas, from Honolulu, for Guam and Manila, arrived Jan. 4. Dix, from Honolulu for Seattle, sailed Jan. 14. Warren, stationed at the Philippines. Sheridan, at San Francisco. ARRIVED I Sunday, January 18. Maui and Molokai ports Kukui, IT. S. str.. a. m. Maui, Holokai and I.anai ports Mikahaia. str., a. m. Iahului Lurline, M. N. S. S., a. m. Maui ports Mauna lxa. str.. a. m. Kauai ports Kinau, str., a in. Hawaii ports Maui, str.. a. m. Monday, January 19. San Francisco R. P. Rithet, Am. bark. a. m. 8T4B-RFI.LCTIX (JIVES YOU TODAY'S KEW8 TODAY. OCEANIC STEAIiESHIP CO. 1YDNEY FOR SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Ventura . S. S. Sierra S. S. Sonoma . S. S. Sierra .., . . .Jan. 23 ..Feb. 7 ..Feb. 20 ..Mar. 7 TO 8AN FRAXaSCO, IttJMt TEIP, 1113X3. TO SYDXET, tlMX0; OU5D UUP, t22C0L SaHIag LUU tad FeUert ta appllcaUoa te & BBE1TES A CO, LTD, General Aftata,, i V PACIFIC,. IIAJX Saillagt from IIIbJi a FOB THE OBJXST Korea JarC'21 Siberia Jan. 28 China Feb. 10 Manchuria Feb.-18 Nile Feb,' 23 Mongolia ........Mar. 11 Persia Mar. 27 Korea ...'.Apr. y'S Siberia . .'.Apr. : 3 L'". For genera! tiformatloB aptly t , v-.. : ;:; H. Hacif old & Co Ltda "Jriit3 ; rf " . : Steamers ot tho above Company er about the datet mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT: ? 8.' 8. Chiyo Maru. . . .... Feb. 2 8vS. Tenyo Maru.. .i.'.. Mar,- S S. S. Hongkong. Maru. . .Mar. 24 Calls at Manila; oinRtbg WSTQlv LIMITED ,Ac:nl : : . t ' j con iMavis DirectService Between San FAOM SAN FRANQISCQ Sr'S. WilheImjia... i. i.VJan. 20 S. S. Matsonia . Feh.v 3 S. S. mt ne ... .Feb. 10 . SSv'Wilhejmlna ...,..Feb. 17 y S. S. Manoa . .Feb. 24 8. S. Matsonia , V. ; Mar, 3 S..S. Lurline r. Mar. 10 S.rs. Wiihelmina ....V.Mar. 17 Mat S. S.JHYADES sails fronv Seattle for Honolulu' on or about': J AN. 3t. ,ror further particular apply taw -,::v ' . V CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Gencrd An:r! H:n:!::: : i-: . .4.- ki H A f J A D I A N - AU STR ALAS! Vap finTftT Anrklana and STdSCT S,- 8. Makura Jan. 23 8. 8. Niagara. f . ; . . ; .V. Feb. 25 'S 8 8. Maramp ....War. 25 , S. S. Wakura . .. , .Apr. zi THE0. H. DAVIES S CO., T ' ' AEMCAK-nAWAIUS gTEASSniP COPAJT Troxa KairTorlc to Honolulu every sixth dsrTla Tehuartsr': . Fttlht receJTBd at all tiat at tla acapaaj wiart . iUt CJ, Boath Brooklrn. ' ' ' "" ' : ' " ' ?. FB03I SEATTLE Oil TAC03A TO H0X0LTJ1U DIICT 8. 8. MISSOU RIAtl to sail about; . . i. .v. . .i . ki ;.. ;J 8, S. COLUMBIAN to sail about i-i . v.. . . ... - -Feb. v Btn ' S. S. MEXICAN to sail about...f -V; ; iSI? H. Hackfeld 41 Co Ltd, Agents C P. Morse, CenU' Freight Agent T'TESTcTirrciric The Transcontinental Scenicway. Sea the Grand Canyon of the Feather River and the . Royal Gorge. Through Standard and Tourist Sleep ing cars to Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, SL Louis and Chicago, via. Missouri Pacific, Bur lington Route and Rock. Island Lines FRED L WALORON, Ltd Afents F R EI G H T and T I C K E T 8 ; AJao Reservations any point on. the mainland See WELLS FAR GO & CO, 72 S. King SL Tel. 1515. PARCEL DELIVERY N PHONES MESSENGER f 3461 YOUNG LAUNDRY PHONES OWL, Cigar "Bo Prepared" iln to Ye Jir?al Boot Sbop and (Jet the ew SPECIAL SHOES FOB BOI sroiTs New Victor Records By Every. Steamer BKHOSTKOM MI'SK' f(h. LTD. Odd Fcllons lllds Fort St. 5c tHQRT LlfiX; FOR SYDNEY. N W. 1 S. S. Sonoma .........Jan. It S. S. Ventura ....... ...Fen. 18 4 S. S. Sonoma ...Mar, IS - S. S. Ventura. ...Apr. 13 STEAIISErjp;CO. r abott the foUowInx fetes t V ; P02 SA3f FBA3OSC0 if" " China .................Jan. 20 Manchuria Jan. 27 4 Nile ...Jan. SI; Monaolla ..............Febtl? Persia , . .Feb' 28 Korea-................ Mar. 17 . Siberia ............. .r; Ma r. 23 : '"China .Apr. 3 Manchuria ....... . .. ..Apr. 11 - - ' t :' will call at and leart Hoaoiala ca ; ; i ?h ; . ; !F0R SAN FRANCISCO S. S. Nippon Maru ...i.Feb." 8 : 8. S. Hongkong Maru. ..Mar. 3 "$. S. Shinyo Maru..,.,. Mar. 5 ' . S. S. Chiyo M am .Mar. 23 caU at haJ3thal',-V:; 1 1 Francisco and Hcnc!u!u roil aAM FHAMSISCO ' ' - t. - v- t - . . ' ' , ' nrx - S.-S. Lurllne'.v.. ...... Jan. S. S. Wllhelmina ..... vJan. 23 S. S. Matsonia ...... ... Feb.. 11 ,8. 8. Lurline .U ;..,.. Feb. 17 .8 S. Wllhelmina .. ..'..Feb. 23 8. S. Manoa ...........Mar. 3 S. 8. Matsonia..... j... Mar. ,11 v S. 8. Lurline "i'.'.v-... Mar. 17 Af J ROYAL MAIL Li:: rV-: For Victor! tzl Tirrrtr. 8 8. Nlajara .......... Jan. 27 , S. S. Marama I'.,.-...,. Feb. 21 8. S Makura.'. . . . . . M a rch 24 8. 8. Niagara Apr. zi LTD GEfiEnr.L AC2.1T3 OahuOniliVuyTta: icIr c- - outward. : " ' : Pnr Walanae. Walalua. Kahulra aid Way sUUons 9;15 a. m 3;20 p. xa. For Pearl CHty, Jwa Mill ana vay Btationst7:30 z.xan"', 9:15': v;- xa Company anon 11:30 a. mv2:15 p. nu 3:Z5 p. sl, 5:15 p. m 3:30 p. nu tlL15 p. vu For Wahlawa and Lellehua 10:20 . a. mnuo p. vL f5:oo p. n;ca -, INWARD. Arrive Jlonolula from Kahulra. WaV. alua and Walanae--! ;36 a, cu 'Sill p m. ' v : e . . ' , - Arrive Honolulu Ifom Ewa Mill aaa . Pearl Clty-rt':43 a. jn., 8:3S a. ru -ni:02 a. nu l:40.p. m.f4J5 p. ew 5:31 p. nu 7:Z0 p. m. ; - Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa j. and Lellehua 15 a..outl;p5 p. .13 4:01 p. m 7:10 p. m.. ... . - The Halelwa. Limited, a two hotrJ train (only ftrst-class tickets honored) leaves Honolulu, every Sunday at 8:2S. a. m.; for Halelwa Hotel; returning ar- rfvs fn Hnnolnln at 10:10 O. in.; Tht ! Limited stops only at Pearl City and . Walanae. DaOy . tExcept Sunday, tSunday only ; ; G. P. DENISON, F. C SMITH, Superintendent - G. P. A T. Warahamj Shoten Importer and Dealer la JAPANESE DRY and FANCY G0QDS PROVISIONS, GROCERIES," Etc 32-34 Hotel Street, pear Nuuaaa. H. Fujinioto, Wholesale A-Ilctall Dealer la ENGLISH & A3IEBICAS W00LE2T sif.K An TOTTOX G00D3 Corner Nuuanu Jk eretanlaSta. Y. TAKAKUl'M, COMMISSIOy MEECHAjrr Japanese Provisions and ; ; General jrerehaadlsa Nuuanu SL near King EL j r