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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN"; FjilDAY. MAKCH 27, 1014.
; ...... -. - -... .... TWELVE HOTEL ! STIUABT mi f nnncisco Geary Street, above Union Square European Plan $130 a clay tip American Plan $3.50 a day cp New steel and brick muttuxc Third addition of hundred rooms now building. ' Every comfort and convenience. A high class 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. Htt Stewart rccai m HwSu UL4 H.adav.rt.rv. s CbU A4dwm Trw.u" A B C Cod. A H. Uf, IIosoJuIm rpr BtatiT. I ? TTAIMEA, KAU1I , "Newly renovated Best Betel . KanaL V.X; v TOURIST TRADE SOLICITED GOOD MEALS Bates Reasonable C W. SPITZ t t t Proprietor A CEIL CHANGE OP CLIMATE can be bad at the new boarding house . : 1 .... la ; ' , "T7AHTAT7A ' nearly 1000 feet elevation, near de pot, grand scenery, fine baas fishing. Fur particulars, address E. L. Kruss, Wahiawa, Phone 469. i Seaside Hotel . " Under the - Management of - jVkH2RTSCHE . I1ALEIVA THE TOURISTS' DELIGHT Trains to the Door '. ' t- THAYER PIANO CO, LTD. . STEINWAY . . AND OTHER PIANOS. 113 Hotel Street Phone 2313 TUNING GUARANTEED, ricCIusney Coffee Co. . COFFEE COASTERS ; Dealers la Old Kcna Coffee MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU. Lcdies' Panama Hats . HONOLULU HAT CO.? 36 Hotel St ' : If ndbands ealy knew tte pleasure their irhes - wonbi tale In gown made by DAVI SON, ranl&ecn BIdg, Fort St t Ye carry the most complete line of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS - In the city. JJ.1ES GUILD CO. THe Latest and Best in Dry Goods CANTON OR YGOOD 8 C O . Hotel St. onn. Empire Theater - PAPER All Kinds Wrapping Papers and Twines, Printing and Writing Papers. AMEEICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER ;. SUPPLY C (L, L TD.V Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu Phone 1416. Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mgr. HOTEL V, v; y. THE Crossroads BooRshop, . . Limited - - V - ' V ALEXANDER T0TJNT5 RFILTJrNG - v. - . ? EverjthIng In Rooks" ' " - BETHEL ST.. NEAR HOTEL Lawn Mowers 14-Jnv CALIFORNIA CLIPPER 14-ln. . .$3.95 each net .- . City Mercantile Co., Phone 4206 Geo. A. F V MERCHANT TAILOR V Moved to Waity BldgKIng St, Rooms 4 and 5. over. Welle Fargo & Co. - i; STAR-lirLLKTIN GIVES TOU TODAY'S SENS TODAY. lartin Masonic Temple WeeMy Calendar KONDAYs TTE5DAI s - 1 v - Honolulu Lodge No. .409. Sec ond Degree. - 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY I Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. Third Degree A. & A. S. R. 7:30 p.m. THCRSDAls Perfection, stated. Council, ... special. 7;30 p. m. Schofleld Lodge, U. D. F. & A. M. First degree. FRIDAYS Oceanic No. 371. Work in Third degree; 7:30 p. rn, SATURDAY I . Schofield Lodge, U. D. F. A. M. Second degree. All Tliltlng members of the erder are cordially lnrited to at- trnnA Tnotinre SCHOFIELD LODGE. Minf11ri sAef. TL D P. & A. M. ball over Leilehua Department Store. Thursday, ZCUi Bist, woric in urai degree. ' Saturday, 28th, inst, worit in sec ond degree. : ' . , W. C. GRXNDLiKY. W. M. ' HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. O. E, Honolulu Lodge No 616, B. P. O. Elks, meets in their hall, on King-St, near Fort, every Friday evening: Visiting Brothers are cordially ; invited to attend. ; J. L. COKE, E. R. ' II. DUNSHEE, See. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mon days of each month : at K. P, Hall, 7:30 p. i xa Members of oth er Associations are cordially in vlted to attend. Carta iiItrl, Armm1a1Wi I Wm. McKINLEY LODGE, No. 8, v . K. of P. . MeeU every 1st and 3d Tues day evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. A H. AHRENS, C. a ! L. B. REEVES. K. R. S. HONOLULU LODGE No. 800, ' i O. O. M. will meet at their home, corner Fort and Beretania Streets every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. -Visiting1 brothers -cordially tinmen G. S. LEITHEAD Acting Dictator, : JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary. i NEW OAHU CARRIAGE MFG. CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Car. riage and Wagon Materials and ; v- -." SuoDlies. ' Carriage Makers and General Repaid era, painting, ttiacKsmiming, Woodworking and Trimming - Queen St nr. Prlaon Road ALOHA DRUG CO., Formerly the Talseldo Drug Co. Is i -c-.-i now focatea at v Fort and Beretania Streets, I - Opp. Fire Station. i' HONOLULU COLLECTION AGENCY AND COMMISSION BROKERS. Union and Hotel Sta, TeL 4586. Reference Bureau, Collectiona, At : tachmenta, Suits and Glaims. j . No fee for registration. ; ' if AE E. McKAY. . General Manager 5 CHEMICAL ENGINES AND WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS For Sale by J. A. GILMAN Fort .Street SHOE REPAIRING' At Reasonable Trleea . lIA3UFACTCEIlS, SHOE CO, LTD.. v' Fort near Hotel LOOK FOR THE WHITE WINGS I F Y O U WANT A TAXI 2f,00 ' Phone : 4988 EASTER CARDS AND FAVORS At ARLEIGH'S, on Hotel Street SODA WATER THE BEST-WHY? We have the Knackthe Know How? . - Honolulu Soda Vater Co. N Limited. Chas. E. Frasher, Mgr. Phnne 3022 ' 34 A N. Beretnla ROSE BEADS In All Colors A ' 'tV-V; HAWAII & SOUTH B- ; SEAS CURIO CO. OVER-NIGJIT ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS' STATUS OF HINDU TO BE SETTLED SAN FRANCISCO. Cat Har Dyal. Hindu savant former lecturer at Le land Stanford University, who was ar rested Wednesday on the charge of being illegally in this country, was re leased yesterday under 11000 bon'da after a conference of several hours with immigration officials. Because of the standing of Dyal in social and educational circles and his independent financial means. It Is ex pected that hist hearing w!U bring to a focuf.the right of Hindus to enter this country and their status under the immigration laws. LOVE FIGURED IN GUNBOAT TRANSFER DOUGLAS, Ariz According to re ports received here, the gunboat Tam pico, which recently hauled down the Huerta flag and raised the pennant of the constitutionalists, is being disman tled by the .rebel lorces. ' It is said on good authority that the commander of the gunboat r Tatnpico induced his men to desert the Huerta cause and join the: rebels because of his. love for the daughter of a consti tutional general. . OFFICERS WILL RESIGN. DUBLIN, Ireland A s majority of the cavalry of ficera stationed at Cur ragh yesterday declared that they will adhere to their determination to re sign rather than obey orders and serve again st Ulster. The officers are in dignant at what they term bad faith displayed by the government in repu diating the agreement made with Brig adier-general Gough, commander of the 3d Cavalry brigade., VILLA REPORTED AS Y RENEWING ATTACK EAGLE PASS. Tex. Federal head quarters at Piedras Negras, across the border from here, last night received dispatches to the effect that General Villa, after being repulsed at Gomez Palacio,,had renewed the attack on Torreon at Noe, a few miles north of Gomez Palacio. : ELECTION CROOKS J ;. i SENT TO PRISON JERSEY CITY, N. J. Convicted of the, charge of having made false elec tion returns, 13 officials onathe Ho boken ' election' boards in September, 191:3, were yesterday sentenced to serve not less than 18 months nor more than three years in prison. RIVERS AND HARBORS ; BILL PASSES HOUSE WASHINGTON, D C. The house yesterday passed the rlverscand har bors appropriation bill, carrying an aggregate of $43,400,000 without sub stantial amendment The measure is now up to the senate. i .' PASSENGERS ABETTED r Per T.K.K.S.S. 43hinyo ' Maru, from San Francisco, March 1 27. For Honolulu: H Croy, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. : Fleming ' 1 and G. Warrenton. Through to Japan and China ports For Yokohama: ;0. J. Barrett A. Coors, Mrs. A. Coors, S. Dewey, B. Elklns, Mrs.' B. Elkins and maid, U. Goto, H. Ikda, Y..: Idzumi, K. Isogai, T. Ikeda, T. Ito, M. Kobayashi, Hen ry Coleman May, Prof. M. Miyoshj Mrs. W. -Mellor, K. Miyamoto, G. Na gata. E. Rogers, Mrs. E. Rogers, ,T. Shibata, Mrs. Louis Schwabacher and maid, J, Stern, Mrs. J. 5tern and madi, Mrs. R. L. Spayde, Mrs. A. L. Smith, K.. Sato, Mi f akahara, W. H. Taylor.- T. YasuL For Kobe : K. One- uye, Mrs. K. Onouye. For Nagasaki: J. Schultz, - Mrs. J; Schultz. .For Shanghai: C. Adams, F. Adams, Mrs. F. Atfams, Miss Susie M. Bur- dick," "Miss Cornelia Bonnell, A. A Bonta, J. M. Burnett S. J. Cowhig, W. S. Clayton, Mrs. W. S. Clayton, V. L. Conaghan, C. W. Dorsey, Rtrs. M. E. Earle. Mrs. M. E. Faull, A T. Henckendorff, Master Arthur L. Henckendorff, Mrs. A. T. Hencken dorff, L. A. Holeman, F. C. Kiscad- don, R. C. McMillan, L.G. Matthews, E. W. Morgan, J. W. Quinn, M. B. Stanton, Mrs. L. Sterling. E. L. Smith, R. L. Scott G. E. Swartzfager, H. B. Shinholt, Mrs. H. B. Shinholt. For Hongkong: Mrs, E. S. Tuttle-Bray, LieutE. Bactat, Mrs. M. Bremer, C. A. Bachelder, Mrs. C. A. Bachelder, Master Carl Bachelder, Mrs. C M. Barron, Mrs. H. S. Cole, F. S. Doug las, Mrs. F. S. Douglas, Master Don ald M. Douglas. Mrs. D. H. Greene baumJUiss Olive Gilbreath. Rev. Fa ther Francisco Garcia, W. R. Heyne man, Henri F. Haber. Mrs. M. Hall, H. Hiscox, Mrs. H. Hiscox, J. K. Klein, Mrs. J. K. Klein. A. R. Loom is, Mrs. A. R. Loomis. A. W. Louden, W. Marks. Mrs. W. Marks. C. E. Mathewson, Mrs. C. E. Mathewson, Rev. Father Francisco Marin, Mrs. M. Martin. Mrs. S. R. Mills. L. E. Put nam. W. H. Richardson, Mrs. V. H. Richardson, Mrs. E. F. Sanborn, H. F. Schmelzer, Mrs. H. F. Schmelzer, Mrs. M. A. Salisbury, K. Salisbury, E. Salisbury. Mrs. W. O. Scholtz, E. Stolterfoht, T. T." Shannon. Mrs. T. T. Shannon. Miss Alice Summers, H. L. Thomson, Miss A. H. Taylor, Col. V. C. Taylor, Mrs. W. C. Taylor, H. E. Westervelt Mrs. H. E- VVestervelt, Miss Helene E. Westen-elt Miss Mil dred G. Westervelt; Miss Gene Yar borough, Mrs. M. Yarborough. Per P. M. S. S. Persia from San Francisco, March 26: For Honolulu, none. Through to Japan and China ports: For Yorobama, Miss Nora Ak olt. Miss Anna Walter: for Shanghai. E. B. Rose. Mrs. E. B. Rose and in fant Miss Hariette Rose, Master Rob ert C. Rose, Master Stewart Roser for Hong Kong, Mrs. E. 1. Upcraft. C. W. Alexander; for Manila, a. J. de Sou- za, L. IX Gassaway, R; H. Humphrey, D. Nutley.'Mrs. J. R, Wagner. S.H5IL F, ROGERS OF KM), HAWAII, IS L All! TO REST ' The funeral services of Samuel F. Rogers, a prominent resident of Kau. Hawaii who died in Honolulu Wed nesday night as the result of a lin gering illness due to cancer, were heldi yesterday from SHva's undertaking es tablishment following which the re mains were incinerated at the Nuu ahu cemeterj'. . The ashes now are being held by L. H. Rogers, a nephew of the deceased, until instructions con cerning their disposal are received from relatives in the East Mr, Rogers, who was 45 years old at the time of his death, was native of Jacksonville, III., and came -4o Ho nolulu in 1899. Ia 1900 he removed to Hilo, where, with Jiis nephew, he en gaged . in the cattle raising business. He became afflicted with cancer short ly after, and, in 1905, removed to San Francisco for treatment When in formed that the disease was incurable in his case, he returned to Honolulu. Besides a son, deceased is survived by a brother, J. E. Rogers, and a nephew, L. H. Rogers,, both of whom are resi dents of the territory; also by J.' TV Rogers of Fairfield, Iowa, and George A Rogers of Oklahoma, brothers: and Mrs. M. E. Wray of Davenport, Iowa, and Mrs. James Parmer of Fairfield, Iowa, sisters. ' I PASSENGERS B00XX9 : : r Per T. K. S.. S. Shinyo Maru, from Honolulu, for1 Japan ports, March 27. K. Dreyfuss-Barney, Mrs. K. Drey-fuss-Barney, Mrs. H. B. Bierhaus, Miss Helen N. Bierhaus, G. G. Kin ney, JV C. Glade, Mrs. J. C. Glade, Mrs. A. J. Jolley, M. Ishida, T. Xfi yake, Miss A. C. Parsons, Mrs. J. Robertson, Miss M. Robertson, Mrs. A. M. Smith,, Miss E. M. Smith, R. Yasui and Sheba excursion party of 17. ' Per S.S. Mautta Loa, for Kauai, March 27 (Special Ad Club Excur sion): -'HV: H. A Giles, George R. Carter, JV A. Wilder, Mrs. J. T. Warren, Miss Mary Eynon, C. B: Gage, A. K Larimer, H. M P. Rose, Miss Mayme Nelson, Miss Dora Ambrose, Mrs. Geo. Henderson, Mrs. J. F. Child, Miss Henderson, W. R. Farrington, J. MJ RIggs, Geo. H. An gus, Henry Bredhoff, Gea Henderson, W. EJlerbrock, John Ef finger, A F. Clarkl Albert Lambert, L" J. Hurd, Cap tain S. Colman, ;v Mrs. Coonley, J. C. Cohen, . Governor. Pinkham, E. L. Schwarzberg, MrsB. Baldwin, Miss E. Kemp, J. P. Gomes, Jr., E. W. Ek strand, LVMVJudd, Ernest Kaal, E. H. Lewis, T. E. Wall, J. D. Levenson, J. Grube, J. W. Caldwell, W. J. Forbes, G. B. Schradef,. Dr. Cressy, W. TV Arm strong. Miss E. y V Miller, R. A. Wads worth, H. .I Kerr, Mrs. P. Ruttman, Miss M. SomiherVMIss F. Sommer, L. Petrie, R. P. Brown, 'C. S. Weight R. W. Perkins, Captain Bray, C. A Cot trill, H. A. Jones, Captain Scherer, C. C' Coonley, 1 Miss Watkins, Miss Holmes, Chas. RFrazier, W. Yin Sam, Miss Emma A Chang, W. E. Shaw, A. W. Meyer, G. C. Banta, T. P. Meleim, Archie Robertson, Mrs. Southard, E. AVBerndt P. A. Swift, T. H. Gibson, H. W. Rice. M. Brasch, Howard D. Case. . Per stmr. Claudine. for Maui ports, March 27. Miss C. Case, . Miss M. Taylor, WV A. Anderson, Henry Ifr Pogue, F. S. Besson, E.,G. Bartlett, Miss Harrispn, Mrs. Driver, H. A. Hardy, K . Emory, Clarence Baldwin, E. E. Block. A. Wads worth, J. C. Wine, Joe Meinecke, D.S. Wads worth, Roland Gay, E. Gay, Elsie Gay, May Gay, A.' M. Brown and wife, Master Brown, Miss Peggy Wilder, D. Kau oha, Harold Baldwin, Herbert Baldwin'-,. . '- .-" . Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports, March 28. Miss Aileen Gibb, Miss E. Went, Miss E. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. L. Weinzeheimer, G. Moir, Geo. Schaeffer, H. R. Young and wife, Ward Montgomery, W, .H. Zeigler, Miss Jane Tyrell. Per stmr. Claudine for Maui ports, March 30. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bar clay, Miss Hill. E. Giesecke. Per stmr. Kinau for Kauai ports, March 31. Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, Mrs. Geo. Isenberg, infant and maid; Mrs. E. M. Cheatham, Master O. Cheat ham, Master H. Cheatham, Mrs. R. D. Israel, Miss Israel. Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports, April 1. B. F. Heastand and wife, Mrs. H. R. Bryant, Miss Bryant, H. Harris and wife. PASSENGERS EXPECTED Per M.N.S.S. Matsonia, from San Francisco. due at Honolulu March 31. R. Hazlett and sister, Mrs. D. P. Lawrence and maid. Miss Alma Lang. G. F. LangW. O. Kraft. Jr.. Miss E. DuBois, Miss Lenore May, Miss Mar jorie Dennett, Mrs. Geo. K. Dennett, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Snively, Jno. D. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Foster, Mrs. Arthur Sniith, Miss E. Strick land, Mr. and . Mrs. E. F. Kline, Mrs. E. W. Hobles, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Berton. Miss M.. McClurg. Mrs. M. G. McClurg, Wm. M. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. L. Scott H. F. Danforth, Frank Harris and family, Mrs. H. A. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith, J. W. Taft, G. R. Websterm, Mm. Dr. E. K. Wil lits, Thos. H. Doane, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. E. Balding. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Uhl, C. G. Heiser, Miss A. El iliott. G. A. Marshall. Norman W. Ste phens, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hazlett, 'Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Timmins and daughter, P. H. Smith. i PASSENGERS DEPARTED ! Per 6tr. W. G.. Hall for Kauai ports, March 2(3. Miss Blanch Wishard. Miss j Esther Gibb, Miss D. Lidgate, Miss In dia Wayson. F. W. Broadbent. -M. Co ney, Paul F. Baldwin. Sedric B. Bald- -win, Curtis R. Turner. F. A. Lyman, Master Hans Hansen, Miss Sabo, .Miss MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS f TISSILS TO A&EIY1 Saturday, March 28. Hongkong : via Japan ports Chlyo Manx. Japanese str. . Seattle and Tacoma Ilyades, M. N. S. S. ., Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. ' - r Sunday, Mary 29. Maui. Molokai and Lanai ports Ml Lahala. str. Kahului Manoa, M. N. S. S. Kauai ports Kinau, str. . Maii porta Claudine, str. Kauai ports W. G. Hall. str. . Monday, March 30.- San Francisco Sierra. OVS. S. Tuedayr Marchk 31. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. . Friday. April 3. Hongkong and Japan ports China. P M S. S - ' - ' Seattle Honolulan, M. N. S. S. Tuesday, April 7. San Francisco Lurline, M. N S. S. Friday, April 10. San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. S. Saturday, April 11. : " Hongkong, via Japan ports - Man churia, P. M. S. S. " ' Monday, April 13. San Francisco Ventura, O. S. S. San Vranclsco Siberia, P.-rM. SV S. Tuesday, April 14. San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. S. S. --'V'-- ---:'--.--;;-. Fridayl April 17V ' San Francisco Chiyo KMaru, Jap. stmr.-..' .V: Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O. S. S. VV.;V- --v;-;- - ;V -: Monday, April 20. - i ' Hongkong via Japan ports Nile, P. M. S. S. . i - '"', ' Tuesday, April 21.' V San Francisco Manoa, M. NV S. S. " Saturday, April 25. Hongkong, via Japan ports Tenyo Marti, Jap. stmr. ; V ' San Francisco China, P. M. S. S. Tuesday, April 28. San Francisco-r-Matsonia, M. N. S. SV--.v-.C::- 'V V;- 'V--V '.: -V..-vSV V Wednesday, April 29, Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon Maru, Jap. stmr. v V ; I TISSILS TO 9E7AS2 r TV Friday, March J27r -fc'j r Hongkong 'via; Japan v porta-Shlnyo Maru, JapJ 6tmr p. m. Maul ports-rClaudlne, . str.; 5 p. m. Saturday, March 28. .. San Francisco Chlyo Mara, Japa nese str. ' . v - -. Hilo via way ports Mauna V Kea, str.,: 3 p. m. V- '' : ; : Monday, March 30. : 'Kauai ports (windward) Noean, str 5 p. m. . -V'-;. VMaul ports Claudine, str., 5 p.. m. Kauai ports W. GHalL str 5 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 31. Kona and Kau porta Mauna Loa, sir., noon. .. v, .Maui, Molokai and Lanai. ports, MI kahala, str., 5 p.m. Kauai ports Kinau stf 5 p.m. San Francisco-j-Manoa, M. N. S. S. Friday, April 3. San Francisco China, P. M. 8. S. Saturday, April 4. San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S., noon. . Wednesday, April 8. . San Francisco Matsonia, M. N. S. S., 10 a. mV Friday, April 10. Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P. M. S. S- Saturday, April 11. San Francisco Manchuria, - P. M. S. S. Monday, April J3. Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura, O. S. S. Manila via Japan ports and Hong kongSiberia, P. M. S. S. Tuesday, April 14. San Francisco Lurline, M. N. S: S., 6 p. m. '. -V,' ' " , . Friday, April 17. ... Hongkong via Japan ports Chlyo Maru, Jap. stmr. , V ' v San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S.' Monday, April 20. San Francisco Nile, P. M. S. S. . Tuesday, April 21. Victoria and Vancouver Niagara, C-A. S. S. Wednesday, April 22. San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N. S. S., 10 a. m. Sydney via Suva and Auckland Makura, C.-AS. S. . Saturdayf April 25. Manila via Japan and Hongkong China. P. M. S. S. San JFrancisco Tenyo Maru, Jap. stmr. ' v Tuesday, April 28. . San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. S 6 p. m. ' ,4 MAILS I Maila are due from th following roints as follows: San Francisco Sierra, March 30.. Yokohama Chlyo Maru Mar. 28. Australia Sonoma, April 17. Victoria Makura, April 22. Mails will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Chiyo Maru. Mar. 28. Yokohama Shinyo Maru. March 27. Australia Ventura. April 13. Victoria Niagara, April 21. I TRANSPORT SERYICE I Logan, sailed from Honolulu for San Francisco March 8. ShermanV from Honolulu, for Manila. arrived March 3. Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila via Guam, Mar. 14. Dix, sailed from Honolulu for Manila Ma'rch 7. Warren, stationed at the Philippines. Sheridan at San Francisco. Fanny Sabo, Mrs. Dr. Lyman, Lieut R. Warren and wife, Fred Damon, Neal Mohr. Mrs. R. D. Mohr. Per P. M. S. 3. Persia for Manila via Japan and China ports, March 27 Dr. R. Hodel "Does ycur wife make your money go far?" "I jndgeso. None of it has ever come back that 1 know of -Buffalo Express OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. SYDNEY FOR SAN FRANC! tCO . S. S. Sierra ............Apr. 4 8. S. Sonoma ....... ...April17 S. S. Sierra V. ..... . . . . May 2 S. S. Ventura ..........May 15 S. S, Sierra .1 June 6 TO 8A5 FRANCISCO, tttXOj BOUND TRIP, IUI.CI. TO SYDNEY, 110X0 ( BOUND TRIP, t2iSJ. Sahlif L1U and Folders en application to C. BREWER t CO LTD. General Agents. V - ' PACIFIC ttatt. Sailings rrem IJMielalt en er FOB XII ORIENT ; ' ' ' Nile ....May 16 Persia, via Manila cut . and In .....v;...'. V.-Mar. 27 Korea ... ........April 10 Siberia,.via Manila .....Apr. 13' China,- via Manila out ... i and In Apr, 25 Manchuria, Via Manila. .May 4 .. '.. Fsr general tsforxiatJtn aijlj ta H. HaokfbltVi Coa Ltd. - Amenta Eteamera of the above Company r about the dates mentioned belo: V FOR THE ORIENT i 8. 8. Shinyo Maru Mar. 27 8. S. Chiyo Maru...... .Apr. 17 S. S. Tenyo Maru ...... May 15 S. 8. Nippon Maru ;...VMay 21 8. S. Shinyo Maru .....June 12 ; Calls at ManUa,1 omitting call at EhanghaL . CASTLE L COOKE, LIMITED ,Ac:nt:r 1!:-:! i . IWatspn Navigation Com Direct Service Between San !V FROM SAN FRANCISCO ; S. 8. Matsonia ........Mar. 31 S. S Lurline .;I..April r 7 8. 8. Wilhelmina. ...... April 14 8. 8. Manoa ...........Apr. 21 S. S. Matsonia .....V..VApr. 23 S. S, Lurline ........ ... May 5 S. S. HINONIAN sails from Seattle For further particulars apply to r vv CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL Ll.iH For Snva, Ancklani and Sydney 8. S. Makura ,i. .Apr. 22 .-3. S. Niagara .....May 20 S. ' s; Maram . . . . . . t . . June 17 THE0. H. DAVIES & COu ( AHEBICAN-HAWAUAN STEAHSHIP C02TPANT r From New York to Honolulu every sixth day ti Tefcuanttpci. Freight received at all tiiaea at tte toapany'i fUrf, 41xt Crrc V fenth Brooklyn. ' , . ' - FROM SEATTLE OR TAC03A TO nONOLCXU SVS. ALASKAN to sail about.. J,..........:...... .Mar. Cth S. S. MISSOURIAN to sail about ............ ..-.April 9th S. 8. ARIZONAN to sail about... ........ ........... V.. April 21st H. Hackfeld A Co LtcL, Agents C P. Morse. GenL Freight. Agent The Transcontinental .Scenicway. ? ' TH ROUGH TRAINS DAILY Between V' ;. I San Francisco, Oakland, Kansas City, St Louis, Omaha and Chicago " - V - " V' V:-. V via : ' V V: ; r; : Salt Lake CityV Colorado Springs and ; Denver FRED Li WALDRON, LTD., Vr Agent f R E I G H T : ana TIC K E TV 8 Also Reservat'sns any point -on : the mainland v See WELLS FAR GO & CO- 72 S. King St Tel. 1515, PARCEL DELIVERY V PHONE8 PHONE f 346i MESSENGER YOUNG LAUNDRY PHONES Wh 5 c Cigar DO IT ELECTRICALLY Hawaiian Electric Co. Every Kind of Tool For all Trades LEWERS A COOKE, LTD. SHORT LINE FOR SYDNEY. W- . Yf . 8. 8 Ventura.... ...... Apr. 13 S. S. Sonoma . V. ........ M ay 1 8 S. S. Ventura,... V. ..June 15 S. S, Sonoma ........ ..July 13 S. S. Ventura V. . .v. . . .Aug- 10 STEAIISHIP CO. aboit the fellewlag datef t FOB SAN FRANCISCO China ... Apr: 8 Manchuria ....... ...y.. Apr. 1t Nile ..iiApril 20 Mongolia V.....i. May 2 Persia , . . . . . . . . .......May 18 Korea ...... ..May 31 will call at and leave Honolala ta . WOK SAN FRANCISCO 8. S. Chiyo Maru ......Mar. 23 S. S. Tenyo Maru. .....Apr. 23 8.S3. Nippou Maru:,....Apr. 23 S. SV Hongkong Maru ..May 18 SVS. Shinyo Maru. ....May 20 Francisco end Hcr.clLl J FOR SAN FRANC! tCO 8. S. Manoa . . V. , ..Mar. 31 '8. SVMatsonla ........April 8 S. S. Lurline . ...... . ..April 14 8. S.Wilhelmlna ....Aprll 22 S. S. Manoa ...........Apr. 23 for Honolulu on or about Apr. 9th Gcnrrd Ac:nWf zrr For TlctorU ail Tntma ' 8. S. Niagara ........Apr. 21 3. S. Marama. .May 19 f S. s: Makura ..........June 15 LTD GENERAL AGEI1T0 V , . :OUTWARO. V, . Vv:: For Walanae, Waialua, Kahukn asl Way statIon-T-3:15 a. m:, 3:20 p. X2. For Pearl CIty,VEwa Mill and Way Stations 17:30 a. m., :15 a. tx, 11:30 a. 2:13 p. ix, 3:20 p. rt, 5:15 p. m., t9:30 p..m tll.15 p. o. For Wahiawa and Leilehua lO:!! a. '-aw t2:0 p. m, 5:00 p. n- )!:! p. m. . t. , , , !.v.'.--.V . ; INWARD. Arrive Honolulu from Kabnk Wai alua and Walanae 3:35 a. tsu p. m. . c ' Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill all Pearl City 17: 45 a. nt. .8:M a. rx 11:02 avnt, 1:40 p. ! p. JX 5:31 p. nu 7:30 p. m. ; Arrive Honolula , from-Wahlairi . and Leilehua 9: 15 a, m4 fl:55 p. TX, 4:01 p. 7:10 p. m. . . The Halelwa Limited, a two heat r train (only first-class tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:31s a. ra for Haleiwa Hotel; returning ar rives In Honolulu it 10:10 p. m. Tit Limited stops only at Pearl City aaA Walanae. V " Dally V'tExcept Sunday - tSunday only . a P. DENISON, - F. C. 8MITH, . Superintendent ' v G. P. A. " VV T. i Importer and Dealer la ". riluraKami Shoten PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Etc - V 32-34 Hotel Street, near Nuuaao. H. Fimotc TTbolesale Retail Dealer U ENGLISH k AMERICAN WOOLU. SILK AND COTTON GOODS Corner Nuuanu k Pretania Sta. Y. TAKAKUWA & CO., r r .Limited. . V COMMISSION MERCHANTS Japanese Profisions and - General HerrbandUe ' Nuuanu SfV near King St. I 4 'J - V' 7