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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETINr TUESDAY, MAKCII 17, 1014.; HOTEL 1 onnrauicisco Geary Street, abova Union Squar European Plan $1,50 m day op American Plan $3.50 n ilay cp Rew tteel and V brick structure. Third addition of hundred rooms now building. - Every comfort and convenience. ',. A high class hotel at Terr moderate rates. In center of theatre and retail district. On car lines transferring to all parts jof city. : Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. . Hotel SUwvt racotBid m Hara5aa 'a Hdaartra. CabU A4rM 7Tr.wu ABC Cod. J. H. Lot. HoMotiUa fpr Utir. ) TYAIXEA, KAUAI , ffewly Br novated Res Hotel . on Kanal TOURIST TRADE SOLICITED ' 4 " -f GOOD VEILS Hates Reasonable C IT. SPITZ tti Proprietor A REAL CHANGE OF CLIMATE cin be had at the sew boarding, house T7H7 AT7A j nearly 1000 feet elevation, near de pot. prand -scenery, fine bass fishing. I or particulars, address E. L. Kruss, v. sniawa, Phone 469. Seaside Hotel Under the Mant;ement cf V J. H. HwIlTCCIID THE TOURISTS' DELIGHT Trains to! the Door THAYCn PIANO CO LTD. : GTHn-IV: AY . AND OTHER PIANOS.- , 115 Hctil CtrecL Phone 2313 TUNINO GUARANTEED. , p r mt p, co till ROASTERS ' , Ecnlcri Ja Old Ecna Coffee IIEr.CIIANT ST. HONOLULU . Leges' Pcnama HatSv ' HONOLULU HAT CO. ,26 Hotel SL '' ' If UssbasCs t only knew the pleasure ticlr Trlres would" t-ie la a pown cade by DAYI C0y, r&stbecn. Eld;, Fort St. We carry the most complete line of HOUSE J FURNISHING GOODS ; ;y lathe city. . v . ': 3 GUILD CO. . ThV. Latest and Best in DryrGoods CANTON ORYGOOD8 CO. Hotel St.. opp. Empire Theater - All Kinds Wrapping- : Papers and Twines. Printing and Writing Papers. AMEEICAN-UAWAIIAN PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD. Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu Phone 1418. Geo. O. Guild, Gen. Mgr. ;,..-: THE -V"- ' - Crossroads Boolishop, a 9 A ALEXANDER T0UNO RCTLDIN8 'ETrrjtblnc; In Rook" mrrHEL ST.. near hotel 14-in. CALIFORNIA CLIPPER 14-in. , r. $3.95, each net - , City Mercantile Co., !f Hotel, nr. Nuuanu ; ' Phone 4! 06 Geo. A. i. MERCHANT TAILOR ; Moved to Waity Cldgv King St, "Roomt 4 and 5, over Wellt-yt , Farco & Co. .-- . . - tnv Rri M TlV CITES YOU i VoDli"iEWS TODAY Lawn Mowers iartin Masonic Temple A Weekly. Calendar MOXDATi Iahl Chapter E. S. SUted. . 7:30 p. m. : . , ' .': . TUESDAIi ; vTED3fESDATs !: - Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. ITiird Degree. " 7:30 p. m. i ' ' :- THCRSDAYt -Honolulu Chapter No. 1. R. . A. M. StaUd. 7:30 p. m. FRIDAYS 'v-V,.:: Harmony Chapter E. S. Prac tice. 7:30 p m. SATURDAY t Harmony Chapter E. S. Stat- ' '. ed. 7:30 p. m. : All visiting : members of the order are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodxes.; SCHOFIELD LODGE. Schofleld Lodge,. U; P, & IU hall over Leilehua Department Store, .Thursday," 19th Inst., work in 3d de gixe. ' Saturday, 21st lust., stated meeting. ' V . W. C. OA1NDLEY, W. M. HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. O. E. ' Honolulu Lodge No' 616,. B, P. O. Elka, meets in their hall, on King St. near Fort i- every Friday evening. - Visiting Brothers are : cordiallj. , invited . to attend. , '','-" i : J. L. COKE, E. R. IL DUNSHEE, Sea Meet- on the - 2nd and 4th Mon days of each month at 'K. P. Hall. 7:30 p. xn. Members' ef oth- i.-i'- Cxrfre trT!2ftrs r - Associations Reztiiclal ' are cordially In vited to attend. Wm. McKINLEY-LODGE, No. 8, : : K. of P. . TV- Meets svery -1st -and -3d Tuea- r. A- day evenlne at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. visiting hrothers cordially Invited to attend. . A. IL AHRENS, a C. L, B. REEVES. K. R. S. " HONOLULU LODGE, No. 800,. ' L. O. O. M. . ; .. - will meet at their home, corner Fort and ; Beretanla Streets ; every ' Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visitingr brothers . cordially lnrited to attend. - ,; . G. S. LEITIIEAD Acting Dictator, JAMES W, LLOYD, Secretary. NEW OAHU CARRIAGE MFG. CO. Wholesale, and Retail Dealers in Car riage and Wagon Materials and . - Supplies. Carriage Maker and General Repat era, Palntlns, Blacksmlthing, . : Woodworking and Trimming Queen - SL . :. nr. Prison Road ALOHA DRUG CO; Formerly the Taiseldo Drug Co, Is v . now located at . , sy Fort and Beretanla Streets, Opp. Fire Station. HONOLULU COLLECTION AGENCY AND COMMISSION BROKERS. Union and Hotel Sts. TeL 4688. Reference . Bureau, v Collections, At tachments, Suits and Claims. No fee for registration. MAE E. McKAY, 7 General , Manager. CHEMICAL ENGINES AND ; WATCH MAN'S CLOCKS ; , '. r. For. Sale by . ; ' L A. GILMAN Fort Street- ! SHOE REPAIRING At Reasonable, Prices 2f AXITACTCRERS' SHOE CO, LTD.. . . Fort near Hotel A new Office File with a ' Trunk Chp: tlic ; ; New Id ALEI(;U i on' Hotel Mrect LOOK FOR THE WHITE WINGS I F Y.O U- WA NT A TAXI "7 i .1' lit'. ( BUY; THE BEST. PINEAPPLE SODA . ANYWHERE , , - Honolulu Soda Water Co. Llmjted.' - . Chas. E. Frasher, Mgr. Fhone 3022 84A N. .Beretnia ROSE BEADS In All. Colors ; & HAWAII & SOUTH ,7. ' : seas rijRio r.n Young: Building : v J xiMiiisy Mil in Their durabiEty style, mod crate price and guaranteed ser vice have made . 5,000,000 Men Wear Them The patented, &Iiding-cord hack adjusts them instantly to every position or motion, assuring freedom of action and .; . : . ' Absolute Comfort Look out for imitationsl There . are many of them, afl inferior. Make sure ; that - the - words, -SHIRLEY PRESDENT; -appear on the buckles. In uSis way you will obtain the genuine -." article, made and guaranteed by ,. : The C A, EJarton Mfg. Co. ; '4 " Shirley, Maa4 U. S.L' ' For Salt EayoUrt A BY AUTHORITY ORDINANCE NO. 54. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDI i NANCE NO.; 12 OF THE CITY AND ; COUNTY OF HONOLULU. TER- RITORY OF HAWAU, . BEING . AN ' ORDINANCE ENTITLED "AN .OR i DINANCE REGULATLNG ; THE I CARRYING OF PASSENGERS FOR ; HIRE IN LICENSED VEHICLES, PROVIDING THE' RATES OF I FARE - FOR THE CARRYING OF ! PASSENGERS IN i t SUCH ; VE- HICLES,- AND- PROVIDING - FOP. ! PUNISHMENT FOR VIOLATIONS i. OF THE PROSIONS- OF THE ORDINANCES AS AMENDED BY ; ORDINANCE NO. 36 OF THE : CITY AND COUNTY OF'HONO i LULU. ' " Be It Ordained ;by the People cf the City and County , of Honolulu: t Section 1. Section 8 of Ordinance No. 12 of the City and County of Ho nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, as amend ed, by Ordinance No. 36 of the said City; and County, i3 hereby amended o as to read as follows: , . ' 'Section . 8. The following stands are hereby designated : and ; set apart for racks and carriages licensed for the carrying of passengers:, . , (1) West sde of Smith jstreet be tween King and Hotel streets; pro vided, however, that at such location not more thaji two vehicles may stand on. the makai side of King street, be tween Nuuanu and Smith streets : : (2 Makai side of Beretauia street from West corner of Nuuanu street: (3) Makai side of Kukui street from East corner of Nuuanu street; (4) Mauka; side of Queen street, between Maunakea "; and Kekaullke streets;- . -. (5 ) T East side of Maunakea - street, between King and Queen streets, pro vided, however, that at such location not more than two , vehicles may stand on the makai side of King street between Smith' and Maunakea streets; V ' I ", - - " (6) West side of Bishop street makai of King streets provide, how ever, that at such, location not more than Jwo yehicles may. stand, on the makai side of King;, street between Bishop aud. Fort streets; ' - -; - (7) , Ea&t side of Liliha street be tween King and Kukui streets ; . ; . ,(8) Mauka side of Merchant street, from East corner of Fort, street; 1 (9) Mauka side of Beretanla street, East from River street; . : " ; (10) . East side of Bethel street. mauka from East . corner , of King street; : ?. :;.:v "... : -. :;.; . -, . (11). East side, of Smith street, be tween Hotel and - Pauahl streets ; (12) sWest side of Maunakea street between Pauahi and , Hotel streets; , ' . (13) Makai side of Pauahi street between Maunakea and Smith streets; (14) Mauka": side . of Beretanla street West from College Walk;. ; (15) Opposite Billiard parlor, near Stockade, at IwJJci; v (16) WestTside of; Smith street between.- Pauahi and - Beretanla streets; ' '. . (17) Mauka side of Kukui street from East corner of Liliha street; . 18) West, side of Prison: road, makai. of King street; (19) East side of Union street from East corner of Hotel, street ; . (20) East .side, of River street from East corner. of Pauahi street; 122) Makai side of . Beretanla fureet, near the -junction of rung and Beretanla streets: (23) Mauka side of Pauahi street Wjpst from Fort street; if 24) Matika side Of Vineyard street from East corner of River street." Section 2. This Ordinance shall take effect from and after the date of its approval. Introduced by JOHN MARKHAM, i. Supervisor. Date of Introduction, M'arch 3rd. 1914. . Auprovcd this 13th day of March, A. D. 1914. p ' JOSEPH J. FERN, - r'-''" f -" Mayor. .;, . -nson-3t - - iSTAR-lirLLETlX IJ1VES YOU TODAY'S SENS TODAY OVER-NIGHT ASSOCIATED PRESS SINEWS ' DEMAND FOR TROOPS TO PATROL BORDER SAN DIEGO,' Cal. Citizens' of Te cate and other settlements along the Mexican border, within" 10 miles of the little border town where Mexi can bandits crossed the line Sunday, burned the United States postofflce ' and1 customs s office. and killed . Post master Frank V. Johnson, yesterday held a mass meeting at Tecate and adopted resolutions demanding that United States,: troops patrol the border between California and Lower Cali fornia for at lea6t six months, t Every man in attendance upon the meeting ; was heavily armed, and the feeling against Mexicans is bitter. Ma j. William C. Davis, commandant of Fort Rosecrans, with several other officers and a platoon of men from the coast artillery , post reached Te cate, yesterday to conduct an inrestl gation and preveht further trouble between Americans and Mexicans, and while there has been; no proclama tion issued, martial law is practically in effect? ;' . ; :;; : 1 ; District Attorney. Harry S. Utley has asked Gov. Hiram W. Johnson to make a formal demand upon Governor Vas auez of Lower California for the de livery to San Diego county authorities of the Mexicans, suspected , of killing Johnson and destroying the govern nlent property. fTv;:;-;,V; ui-. INSPECTORS DISAGREE IN .. v PLACING ACCIDENT, BLAME 1 PHILADELPHIA, Pa,Two. United States inspectors of .steam vessels, who are investigating the disaster of January 30, in which .'the .steamship Nantucket rammed J the , steamship Monroe, off the Virginia coast- in. a heavy fog, causing , the loss k of .41 lives, have rendered divided opinions as to the blame for the disaster. ; One of, the inspectors "has charged the captain of. the Nantucket with be ing ; guilty of . negligence while the other charges the commander of the Monroe with, responsibility for the. ac cident-' V .... 1 , It is believed that the supervising inspector will consult with the depart. ment of commerce at Washington be fore making a further move. - 'r- t . REBELS-SHOWING ANTI-CARRANZA FEELING NOGALES. Tex.--On account of al laged lack of sympathy ; with General Canranza for personal reasons.- Ricar do Gayou, constitutionalist consul here was summarily dismissed today, by the directing head of the constitutionalist party. This is the latest development in the anti-Carranza feeling which is said to be. growing rapidly through out the , parts of northern IIexico un der control of the frebela.; That only close and trusted friends of Carranza will be allowed to hold office Is a report ,which .has gained wide .'circu- latlon. - SAILORS ESCAPE ASPHYXIATION. ; SAN FRANCISCO. Six members of the crew of the . United States navy collier; Jupiter lying in the Mare Isl and yard wese nearly asphyxiated yes terday when .they iwent below to se cure a supply of cbal for the. gallery. All sLs of the mea-, had. become un cons clous from the fumes of coal gas when their predicament was discov ered but prompt assistance rom their mates saved them. All - will recover. REPORT MANY REBELS KILLED. LAREDO. Tex. -Federal headauar- ters at Nuevo Laredo, across the bor der from here yesterday received dis- patcnes telling of the decisive defeat by federal forces of a column of con stitutionalist : rebels , at Bustamento Canyon ' yesterday. The dispatches also state. that, 500: of the rebels were killed or wounded, v ? Vr . ' " EARTHQUAKE KILLS 83. -TOKIO, Japan -According: to latest reports 83 persons- were killed in the city; of Akita by the heavy. earthquake which shook the entire prefecture ' of Akita Sunday.? Many more' persons were injured but - the exSct number is not yet known. Heavy damage was also done to business houses and resi dences throughout ithe city. JAPANESE STATESMAN DEAD. " TOKIO, Japan. Sumitaka Haseba, member of parliament and speaker of the- lower house, .which position he had attained only, seven days before, died Sunday at his home-in this city of . cancer He was 61 years of age. The5 funeral will be held tomorrow. SMOKE AND HEAT KILL' BRAVE FIREMAN SAN FRANCISCO. While fighting a fire In the attic of a residence yes terda'. Capt. Daniel Newell of the fire department was overcome by .heat and smoKe, aaa.uiea M-nue oeing rushed to the Emergency hospital. DIGGS OUT ON BAIL. SAN FRANXiSCO. Maurv I. Diecs. former state architect, who has been held in jail for six weeks on the charge of an offense against Ida Pearrlnc. supposed to be a minor, was released yesterday on si 0,000 bail furnished by his father and a friend. FIGARO EDITOR DEAD. PARIS, France. Gaston fTalmptt publisher of the Figaro, who was stint yesterday by Madame Henriette Cail laux, wife of Joseph Caillaux, minister of finance, died last night. v PASSENGERS BOOKED Per str. Kinau for Kauai norts. March 17. Mrs. A. Leonard. J. K. Farley, H. M Harrison, Miss Booge, Mrs. J. r. Booge.; , Per str, Mauna Kea for Hilo and way ports. Murth IS. Ij'onlonaut l.tttniiCokmel Coyne, George Bustard, Miss M. E. G. Lewis. IIOVRT.TKHTS OF ! IIAIL STEAIIERS I TXSSZLS TO ABSITK Thursday, March 19. Maul ports Claudlne. Str. - Friday, March 20. Sydney Tia Pago Pago Ventura, O. & S. ... . . ' Saturday, March 21. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. Sunday, March 22. Maui. Molokai and Lanai ports Mi kahala, stn : . , Maul ports Claudine, str. Kauai ports Kinau, str. t Kauai ports W. G; 1U1L str. . , Monday, March 23. ; v Hongkong , via , Japan ports. Tuesday, March 24. San Francisco Hongkong Manx, Japanese str. ; . Sydney via Auckland and Snva Ma knra. O. F. S. - . ;;:- Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. .-':'-;-;..; '--. :- i..-' ."-'- -;.:.. :;; San Francisco Manoa. Mi N.' S S. Wednesday, March 25. , . Vancouver and Victoria Marama, C.-A. S. S. " ; - " ' - Kauai ports--W. G. Hall. str. Thursday, March 26. - Salina Cruz via South American ports Columbia. A -H. S. S.' . Maul ports Claudlne, str. Friday, March 27. ".. San Francisco Shiyo Mara, Japa nese str. : ; lv -. ; Kona and Kau ports Mauna Lba, str.;; v;- C: -'r''.x- San Francisco-Persia, P. M. S. S. v ; ; - Saturday, March 28. Hongkong . via Japan -,: ports-Chlyo Maru. Japanese str. .' . Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. .- .v---' ,,i;';-'. v;: - Monday, March 30. ; , San Francisco Sierra, O. S, S.. V ; Tuesday, March ZV' ' ' ". " ' San Francisco Matsonia. MNSS. TIS3ZLS TO DrPAE2 4 , . . Tuetdav. M rch 17. San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. S., Puget; Sound porta "; Harpalyce, Br.'stmr... : -' :- - ; Maui, Molokai and Lanal ports MI- kahala, str.? 5 p. m. - i .Kauai ports Kinau, str.,V 5 p. m. ; Wednesday, March 18. v . Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str.. 10 a. m: ;-r;rri-.7 y-v-r-'y. Thursday, March 19. r Hilo Wilhelmina, M.' N. S. S.- ' ., Kauai ports W. G. Hall str., 5 p. m Friday. March 20. Kona and ; Kau ports Mauna Loa, str. noon. ; ' ;. - ' '.-''.;.-''' San . Francisco Ventura. O. S. S. Maui ports Claudine, str 5 p. m. ; Saturday, March 21. ; Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str., 3 pm. , y: ry K-y- , Monday, March 2Z. y Kauai ; ports 1 (windward) Noeaii . San ' Francisco Siberia, . P. M. 8. S. Maul ports Claudine,' str., 5 p. m. JCauai ports W. G. Hall. 5 p.'m. ( ?'::"': riTuesday, March 24.;- 7 " Hongkong via, Japan, ports Hong kong Maru, Japanese str. .Vancouver and ; Victoria, Makura, C.-A. S. S. : (- y Maui. Molokai and Lanal. ports Mi- kahala, str.j 5 p. m., y ,: - Kauai ports tvmau sir., o p. m. ; -x ,:i ,. , Wednesday, March25.... . ; . San Franrlaro Wilhelmina. M. N. S; S., io.a. m. , V v - , . " : - ; , ; Sydney, via Auckland and Suva Marama, C.-A. S. S... -;.. - ; Hilo via way ports Mauna . Kea, str 10 a. m. ' - Thursday, March 25.1 , t Kauai ports W. G. Hall, 5 p..m. S ' ' v Friday, March 27. v" Hongkong via Japan ports Persia, P. M. S; S. :'. ' -! v:., - i Hongkong via Japan" ports Shinyo Marn, Japanese str. , . v . v- Maul ports Claudine, 7 stri". 5 p.v m. ' V::; - Saturday, March 28. jf; San Francisco Chlyo Marn,; Japa nese str. . - -, v;..;-; v."v' ---;'; Hilo via way ports Mauna " Kea, str., 3 p. m. . - Tuesday, March 31. San Francisco Manoa, M, IS. S. S. f ,' ' ' : " " MAILS I Mails are due from' the following points as follows: . San Francisco-i-Hongkong Maru, Mar. 24. . -y-.y:?.y.:yy:z Yokohama Chiyo Maru Mar. 28. Australia Ventura, ; March . 20; Victoria Marama. March 25, ; Mails : will depart for the following points as follows; . . Fan Francisco Lurline. Mar, 17. : ' Yokohama Hongkong Maru,. Mar. 24; Australia-r-Marama. Mar. 2 5...-, v. - r-. Victoria Makura, March 24 . , , TRANSPORT SERVICE Logan, sailed from Honolulu for San Francisco March : 8. Sherman, . from Honolulu, for Manila. arrived March 3. .. Thomas,, from Honolulu for Manila via Guam, Mar. 1. - - Dix, sailed from Honolulu for Manila March 7. Warren, stationed at the .Philippines. Sheridan at San : Francisco. ..y . PASSENGERS DEPARTED Per. M. N. S. S. . Lurline for San Francisco, March 17. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Jones, I. J. Walsh . and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verts, Miss Wilkies, Miss Myrtle McDonald. Miss R. Keough, Mrs. A. J. Keough, Mr. Shea, M. C. H. Allen, Master Wymond, W. P. N. Tur ner, Jr., T. A. Gill. Mr. Kaler, Miss M. Xorris, Mrs. William M. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Loveland, Miss M. Har rison. Miss C. Becker, Mrs. W. deBraal, Miss Watts, Miss Wymond, Miss Rees, Miss Cliurchhouse, Mrs. F. W.. Church ouse, Mr. and Mrs. H. Reinhart and child. The General Electric. Company is huilding the largest minins hoist in' the world for the Crown Mlus of South Africa. The hoist motor will develop' 4000 horsepower. ; -. OCEANIC STEMSHIP CO. -lYDNEnHORT LINE" FOR SAN FRANCItCO S. S, Ventura ..........Mar. 20 S. S. Sierra ...Apr. 4 S. S. Sonoma ..........April 17 S. S. Sierra ........ ..iMay 2 S. S. Sonoma ... .May 15 TO SAJ FRAHflSCO, 15X0 KOCXD TRIP, Hll.CV T 7 TO SYDNEY, $1100; ROOD TRIP $2200, RaRlar LlsU and reisers appllcaUon C. BREWER A CO, , LTD. General Artnts. . . PACIFIC TTATT. ; ( H Salllnn front Hsntlala ai tr FOR KB ORIENT " Nile ... .. .... ... ...... . ,May. 16 . 'Persiavia Manila out .? and in .Mar. 27 Korea, via Manila. .....Apr . 8 s "Siberia, via Manila . ....Apr- 13 ; Ch I na," via Manila out ' , and. in ..Apr 25 'Manchuria, via Manila. .Ma 4 ; --'-''' 4'' - Fsr icenenl taforsiaUia a;?ly to Ha HnoTrf old: sjCo,f Lt d. ' - :V Eteamers of tha above Company will call at and leavt nonolala r about the dates mentioned below: ; f t FOR THE ORIENT : S. S. Hongkong Maru... Mar. 24 S. S. Shinyo Maru Mar. 27 S. S. Chiyo Maru. ..Apr 17 S. S. Tenyo Maru ....May, 15 S. S. Nippon Maru . . . May 21 v.. ; ' Calls, at! Manila, 'pratttijir tall at EhaxshxL ?; ;; CASTLE & COOKE, , LIMITED. .Ant:, H:r.:! Jj 4 i -j : . i . 'i Direct'Service BstwcVn $zn FRO U CAN FRANCISCO. S. S. Wilhelmina ..... . Mar17 S. S. Ma noa ; .T. .. . . . i , Mar. 24 Si S. Matsonia l .V.. Mar. , 3t S. S. Lurline ;;.....;Aprilf 7 ; Si S. Wilhelmina, ...... April U S.- S. Manoa Apr 21 S. S. HONOLULA sails frbrrv Seattle for Honoluluon or about Mar, 23 . For further particulars apply to - , CASTLE 6 COOKE; LTD.C:n:nj A::nt:, tlrn::::: CAfJADIAN-AUSTHAUSIAFi. ROYAL' I.IAIL LLi For Saia, AncilirJ tzl ZjZzzy 88.. Marama ...... v. Mar, 25 " S. S. Makuca . . . . . . . . . Apr. 22 s; Niagara "..iU:;;:. May 20 ( THEO. H. DAV1ES ti CO., v. C AJEERICAJf-nAYfAIIAjr STEAMSHIP C0PA!7T ' From New York ta Honolulu every sixth day via. Tehuanttr:?. fraight received at all times at ;Ut. aoapaxyf wixrf, 4Ht Caath Brooklyn. . . . -SS. COLUMBIAN, to sail about S. S. ALASKAN to sail about.. ' H. Hackfeld A Co.. Ltd., Agents -.. 8. S. MISSOURIAN to sail about V, The Tra nsconti nenta I Scenlcway. ': THROUGH TRAINS DAILY- ; - '.'.'';. . " Betwe en i . :'y San Francisco, Oakland, Kansas' City, c St. Louis, Omaha and Chicago ';y(y via .; ; ;;..: ..;:;.-.': Salt Lake City, Colorado Springs and : Denver - -v y;-" FRED L. WALORON, LTD, V-yy.r W..: -'Agent. ' .Y ' FREIGHT v- and ,T I C K E T 8 , Also Reservat'ona any; point t on the ; mainland v See WELLS FAR GO dL CO 72 8. King St. Tel. 1515. PARCEL DELIVERY V PHONES MESSENGER j 3461 YOUNG LAUNDRY PHONES Cigar Union Feed.fo., Wholesale and, Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain and Feed Tel. 3468 Ala Moana Road Every Kind of Tool For all Trades LEWERS A COOKE, LTD. QW.L Be FOU SYDNEY N . VY. S. S. Sonoma ..........Mar. It; S S. Ventura... ....... Apr. 13 S. S. Sonoma... ........May 18 S. S. Ventura. ...... ...June 15 S. S. Sonoma ..July 13 STT A T THHTP . C Q. . aboxt ths fl!otilr2 aUsi ; v JFOR SANj FRANCISCO Korea ,. ......Mar. .17, Siberia ...... .... ..... Mar. 23 China -.v. ; . . . . ...... . Apr. S Manchuria: . .. . . . . .Apr. 1 1 Nllr . . ;.. .......... .April 0 M ongbiia li...' U...... . . May . 2 Amenta 4it F07I CAM FRANCISCO ; 8. S. Chiyo Maru ......Mar. S. S. Tenyo Maru. ... . .Apr. 23 23 23 18 20 S. S. Nippou Maru .....Apr. S. S. Hongkong Maru ..May S. S. Shinyo Maru. ...May t . - Franclsco cnd Hcncluluf : FOH CAN FRAKCUC3 S. S. Wilhelmina. April 22 S. S. Lurline Mar. 17 S. S Wilhelmina '.V..'..M.v. 3 S. S. Manoa .......Mar. 31 S. S., Matsonia ..t... April 8 S. S. Lurline .......... April 14 ' For TIc!:r!a tzi Jz?".ziT7 8. S. Makura ........March S. S. Nia;3ra ........ .MApr, 21 . S S. Marama:... Way .13 LTD., GEHEHAL AGZIITJ .Mar. 15th ..Mar. 23th . C, P. Morse, pen!. Freight Agent Apr. 9th Q:hn DdhyayTim 2 Tcb! 2 ;" .: ' OUTWARD. -', - For Walanae, Walalua, Kahnku axi Way stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. n,' For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17: 20 a, m 3:15 a. tx, 11:30 a. m, 2:15 p. 3:20 p. ro 6 :15 p. m.; J9 :30 p. vu tlL15 , p. ta. For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:21 a. t2:40 p. 5:00 p. n- U:S1 p. m. v y -'" ' ' - .:, inward. , . Arrive Honolulu from Kahnta, TTaV alua and Walanae S: 35 a. cxi, S:I1 p. m. ' -' t -, c Arrive Honolulu from "Ewa Mill sal Pearl City tT: 45 a. 8:3S a 1X4 11:02 a. nt; i:40 p. xa 4J5 p. cl ' 5:31 p. O p. m. - Arrive Honolulu from Wahiaws and Leilehua 9; 15 a. m., fl:65 p. CL, 4:01 p. m 7:10 p. a. The ' Haleiwa Limited, a two heal train (only first-class tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:21 a. ra., for Haleiwa Hotel; returning ar rives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The 'Limited stops only at Pearl City ail Walanae. .-.)-- .; -"; Dally tExcept Sunday tSunday only G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH, Superintendent GV P. A. T. MuraKami Shoten - Importer and Dealer I JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOODS PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Eta. 32-34 Hotel Street, near Nuuaan, ' H. Fujimoto, Wholesale & Retail Dealer fa ENGLISH & AMERICAN W00UE3T, SILK. A'D COTTON GOODS Corner Nuuanu & Beretanla Sts. Y. TAKAKU1A & CO., . Limited. ' ' y:y C03IMISSIO MERCHANTS : ' ' Japanne- Pj-otIkIoos and -. Goueral Merchandise Nuuanu St. near Kins St.