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HONOLULU CONTRACTION & DRAYING CO., LTD.
PHONE 4-9-8-1 J. J. BELSER, Manager.
.STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST.
SERVICE FIRST
DANCING CLASSES
Learn the latest New York dances
from MADAM C LESTER, Honolulu's
lead In teacher: Tuesday eTeninfc
Club; Friday evenlnc Punahou Class;
Faturdaj moralBS, Children's Class.
' Fancy and stare ancln& prtrats leV
soos Ly appointment pnone 1162. L O.
O. P. HalL Res. J$75, The Romajoy.
CANTATA
tlly Special Request) -
. "ESTHER"
The Beautiful Queen"
.Will be liven, by the young people
of fit; Peter's Church, at Davlea
Memorial Hall, Emma street
' Thursday, April 12, 8:15 p. m.
Tickets a falo at Hawaiian News
Co., Canha Music Co., H, F. Wich
man L Co., Jkfanufacturers Shoe
Store. South Shis, Curio Store and
Territorial Meaaenser Service.
Admission 75e and $1.00 -
DBOKOD
VcTzzn Tclli How $5 Worth
iy. of Pin!:hr.mf Compound '
';f'hlid3 Her Well:
Iio OL!3.r,,Itrti all Ircl-en cerxn
la health frca a -placeraest.One of try
lady friends came t
"'! '1-1 tv1 mhm -L
Wf - PMM a-M-at
Tisad'me to com
mence taking Lydis
E. Pmkham's Yer
etible . Compound
and to use Lydia E.
rir.Vhtnri Sana tire
7aab. Ibeantak
Ir.j your remedies
' esi tockOOworta
end In two months
. xs "well woman
efur threa doc'-crs tzli I never would
ttind strict rlx Iwtt a mid
wifs fcr seven yej end IreeoramKided
the VestUble Ccrrpotad to every wo
man to take before tlrtb and after
wards, and they all fot alonj so nicely
that it urt!y is codsend to fuering
wemen. If vrc-cn wiib to. write to
tzi I win be cV.: -ted to answer then.'
-Lira. Jr:.7vi2 UoYrr, Z 12 CKcrth t,
Lisa, Cila. . '. ' .
ATomcn rho sufTer from dirplace-nfr-ts,
wctkness,k Irregularities, ner
vouiacst, trclcache, cr tetrirj-dawn
piJns, need the tods properties ct the
roots 'and I "its ccr.Ued in Lydia E.
Piskbaa'a Vttitla Ccpci
t-.
BE AT THE
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Off Voaa
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CENSORSTRICT
- .- - '
I'M BIG LINER
Pilled with eminent people, of all
kinds and nationalities, and with a full
cargo and H.ORtUO worCi of treasure
In her specie cheet. the Siberia Mara
0 the Toy Kisen Kalsha fleet. dock
et at Pier " at 7:45 this morning.
Maay Salable Aboard
Among the passengers of note are
"Art" Smith, the boy aviator, and his
mother. Mrs. J. 8. hmith; 8. S. McClure,
the magazine publisher. n route to Pe
trograd; Miss Bessie Beatty of the San
Francisco bulletin, planning a trip
around the world via Yokohama and
ltrograd; A. G. Denbigh, who own
big fish cannrrles in Russia; Mrs. W.
W. Masteson. wife of an American
J consul-general in Africa; Capt A- T.
Kiramle of Slmmle & (Sill Ic. the big- Ma
nila stevedoring firm, and many other.
I.adtlsaea Ha .ew Of flee
. Purser-G. N. Liidvlgaen has a new
ofrice this trip. It is well forward,
conveniently located for ! passengers,
near the dining- aaloon. and was put in
at Ban Francisco. being finished the
night before the liner left.
Cars; Is. Heavy '
Capt. K. Hashimoto reported a pleas
ant voyage, lie brought his command
In on time to the minute. The liner's
cargo is capacity. 6000 ton, and her
passenger list Is quite good. It con
sists of CS first cabin. 22 second and
Ml steerage. From Honolulu the Si
beria is taking" 31 first cabin, six-sec
ond and. 100 steerage;- "Al Evan is
chief steward; as. .-usual.
IreleM CeaaaraJklp lr rfe
Purser LrtHJviaseB said, the navy cen
sors of the Marconi's Kahuku wireless
plant refused to take aar" wireless
meBsa area from the liner to Castle &
i Cooke giving the hour of arrival. He
T .. . ... . . ...
r&ia ne - mm a pian wui wn;u
devised whereby the ifOTemment will
permit all staamern t wireless in the
tfme-oX arrival, mentioning the cap
tain's -name Instead the liner: Tim
British -authorities at Ifongkonu- now
permit this, although at first they al
inwrl no -it-lrelesa from boats to be
sent In. The tlan now is. when the'
boat neara Hongkong, to wire in "Ha'
shimoto will arrive Wednesday morn
ins" or whatever the day is. y.
passengers get
var Sews today
' Because of the rensorshlp ort wire
leas, passengers- of . the Oceanic liner
Sonoma did not learn of the United
States' declaration of war with. Ger
many, until a territorial pilot boarded
the steamer off port this morning; when
she arrived from Kan Francisco.-. ... y t
- The . Bonoma has a powerful radio
set. v Federal -Wireless, equipment, on
board but Immediately after the -declaration
of- war with Germany- not a
fcolitary word-about the 'war . was
caught by her wireless, becausenone
wn allowed to be sent out. The So
noma has not received" a word of wire
less since Saturday night, officers said.
-- Even a wireless which Capt.J. -D.
Trask 'sent -out -Friday to the local
agency.. C Brewer Company, giving
out the time he would arrive here, fail
ed to pa the censor and was in con
sequence nevae delivered to the agency.
- French experiments have Indicated
that augar ui a decidedly restraining,
effect when added to photographic
developing solutions. ' ;
Secretary of the "Navy Daniels' an
nounced that 60 of the new motor pa
trol boats would be constructed at the
New York navy yard and four at the
New Orleans navy yard.- ' :- 1
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. - J - t - e . . . ; , . - . ' ;- ' ,-r- r -' ' " . - '
HEETHTQ OF THE SENATE WAYS AND
- .y.:' - 'iv MEANS COMMITTEE i;; ;tS? i
HELD TO DISCUSS THE SO-CALLED TEBBITOEIAL
ROADS AITD THE ROAD QUESTION; GENERALLY.
YOU'VE GOT TO BE "ON THE JOi" NOWNOT NEXT;
suiimer, : : - l :v : :. :' ' ' ;-';V '
nnnni
IUIUQ
R. FARRINGT0N, President
BRITISMARM STflGIifflRKETIS f
JAPANESEBOATS1 SL07 AND QUIET ' 1
I-Hght Japanese cargo boats have
been chartered by thr British admi
ralty for carrying munitions supposed
ly from New York to the European
war xone. If reports today by officers
of the Hiberia Maru are correct.
One of the through passengers on
the big Japanese liner today is Cant.
w. Bunion, who Is en route to K
ob
with r a crew of nine men. to
charge of the first of the eight
ateamera.
Officers of the Siberia say there are
2vaav-plK,-V
n ,.iu.i nnmiwr nf -hn rtr.t j, nn .
nese steamers. Whether the boats will
carry munitions from the Atlantic,
roast to
or from Japan t
Great ttrlt&lr. could not be ascertained
definitely.
No word was received this morning
by the; "ocatjageficies of. the Matson.
Oceiani'andAmMrica.nHawalian lines
GREHIIE1
CUTSLASTTRIP
as to-whathajr any of their t earners arelltawallaa -Agr,
to. be taken orr by the government ana
Used for war purposes. - ', -
A cablegram received Sunday by the
local Great Northern company, from
President Fred JU Waldron of the firm,
said the Great Northern . will make
pnly -one trip.. This. will mean she will
steam from Honolulu for the last tlmeKekaaa Sasrar O.
t his- reason on . ApriU i3; -instead of
May.-v--v .v- i.-v-.
Tl-mesBag-e .said ' only Last trip
Northern cancelled: cive publicity." No
explanation for cutting off the last
acheduled salling'May 11 is given. It
Is due either to poor business or the
war.- - - ' - :.. ' . . ,
Among- the eminent Japanese' on
board the Siberia Maru today are the
following, according- to a "Who's Who"
complied by Purser C N. Ludvigsen: ,
- I. Iahikawa. ' professor of the engi
neering, department. Imperial Univer
sity of Tokio". - , : - - '
G. Totoki, chief of works, Matsuoka
Spinning Company. .
Y. Ilikl of the Nippon Cotton ,Spln
ingr Company, and Mrs. Y Hlki.
v M. Ktwimjura of the Tokohama Spe
cie Bank, . - ' . " ; . -. - - A
it. Omichl of, the Takata Company.
T. Ehibata,-president of Datbutsu tt
Company. San Francisco. ,
8. FnJImaki-of .the Mlteul, Bussan
M' Ojra . of "he ilitsuj' Bussan Kai
sha. .: ' - . -.
( PA8SEXGEBS ARRIVED. ' J
Per Oceanic str. Sonoma at 11 a. m.
today, from San Francisco Thoa.: II.
Benton. A. Corcoran, C. C. Chapman.
Mrs. Chapman. Miss Alice Cosby, Miss
Anna De Bretteville. T. J. Flavin. Mrs.
P. M. Gatch, C. E. HaJstead, 8. F. Ho ben,
Mrs. C M. Kittle, J. A. Fielding. Geo.
Munger, t M. Scho field, Mrs. Larsen.
J. I McAllister. Mrs. F. C. T. O'Hara,
R. Porter. A. W. Rice. J. 8. B. Roberts,,
L. H. Smith. B. D. Slegrman, S. M. Wal
ters. . : ... . :. ' . :- j
STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOUv
.TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
LE CLUB
Sales cf 410 shares of stock and
120,009 of bends were recorded on the
stock exchange list today. Of these
rales all of the bonds and 204 shares
of stock were made between boards,
the bond sales being VW Oahu Rail-
way 5s at 10f and 115.000 Olaa 6s at
I S9. Stock prices were Olaa 15, Ha-
iaiiau wuiuuicri'iai f"a, uauu n auiu
McfJryde JOi. "
market was also
1 QuieL Montana-Bineham was
; cents, Mountain King SS cents. Made-
- ,, , anrt nil l?an Thre were
no sales of Mineral Products or En
gels 'opier,' the former being quoted
at 88 and S9 cents and the latter at
and 6.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
MERCAMTII.-h"
Alezaader Sc. Baldwla
C. II re we r St Co.
SUUAH
Ewi Plaatatlaa Co.
Halkai Saiga r C. .....
C.
Hawalfaa Coaa. ?agar C
Hawallaa Sarar Ca.
MaaoMiN fiifir C.
Haaokaa Jagrar (.
Iloaaaan Sasar C. .
Ifateblaaoa Sarar Plaat C
Kakaka PUatatloa Cv ....
MeRrle Sscar Co. Ltd.
Oakn Kanr f ew . :.
Olaa Sagar :- Ltd. ....
Osostea faacar Co. ......
Paaakaa Satsar It a at. C
Pelfle Saajir Mill ......
Pata Ptaatatttm Cm . ....
Peseekew Sag-ar Caw
Ptaaeer Mill Ca. . . .
3TVt
.aa Carlos Mllllag t'a, Ltd.
W alalna Age. Co.
AVallakn Ssiar C. v. . . . . .
MISCELLANEOUS--Gadaa
Develaanteat Co. Ltd
1st I same Aaaeaa. OS) pe. P
2nd la. Aaaeaa. 9. Pa.
Ilalkd Frail Pack PfeL
Halka Fralt A Pack, Cass.
Hawaii Ca. Hy, T ak' . . . .
Hawaii Cm. Rr. 0 Il.v.
Hawaii Caa.iRy. Coa....
Iliwi. Eleetrie Co. .
Hawallaa PlaeaaalevCo. ..
Hob. Brew. t- Matt Ca. , .
Hoaolala Gaa Caw- Ltd. ....
Han. R, X aiL Co. '. s. . .
Iater-alaad Staam Nav. Co.
M tua I - Tele pko Co. ....
Oahn Railway Iiad Co.'.
Pakaar KnMter Ca. .
SeracaawDiadlaa-a Plaat. P.
Selaata-DlacHaara Pta. 3 stew
TanJn Olak Rabbcjr . :
BONUS : k n s.s
31
30
31 ft
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Beack Walk Imbv DIa. 5Vt ...
Hawaktaa Dltek Caw Sa . , , .
04
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Hawaii eKK'M..i;,.
ITawaltaa Irr. Co. . 5 .
Haw. Tar. 4 0 Uafaad. 1005
Haw. Tar. 4 pe. Pak. Isapa.
Haw; Ter. p. I. 4 v 1912-13
Haw. Terr'l, Vt awkf.i..
Haaekaa Sacar Ca. ....
llONolala Gaa Co Lid. 5.
Ham. R. T.-A L. Ca. 4 p...
Kaaal Rr Caw 4a . .v
Maaoa lata, Dlat. SV p.,.
MeBryde 8aa-ar Ca. 9a....
Mwtnal Tel. fa ........ .
Oaba Ry. A La ad Co., 5 pe. .
Oaka Sua;.- Co- a
.3
104
a
100
100
100
Olaa Kaarar Co. pe , . . . .
Pacific (iaaaa A Feat. Co.. 10S
laelfle Sngrar MIU Cav a. . 100
Saa Carlos M Hilar Cau, pe 100
100
. Betweea Boardat, flaleat 23 Olaa, 13
73 II. C. A Ha 48w50 104 Haw. Conn. Rr.
A, 0.731 S5O00 O, R. A- L. 3a. 1O0 f 13,000
Otas .'.. . - ---..-J
Scasloa Saleai 1, 1ft, K, 0 Oaka Sugar,
20t MeRrde. lOJiet 1, Id, lft, 40. 40,
15 M-Brj der- lft-0. - -
" Latest ataa-ar ajaotatloat M dear.
g.Afe eta. ar 0120.70 -er 4oa.
test,
Sugar 6.035cts
Henry Walerhouse Trust Co.,
7---:V::Ud... - ; :
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
v Exchange -:
; Fort and Merchant Streets
- Telepho- 1208 -'v
PASSKXGKRS ARRIVED.
.'.Per I.-I. str. Klnau, from .Kauai,
April -8. S. Hamooka and wife, K.
jNT-Toboyama,,J. F. KUkline. T. O. pug
gan. B. " Bremer. Miss Tillman, Miss
Fountain. Miss O. Beckett. Miss L. Pi
moa, H. -Brandt, 'Miss Mason, W. Van
derford, T.-Nott, R. M. Moler. Master
C. Mayer. R. Dayle, D. M. Semple. Miss
Wria;ht.J. Hood. M. Lydgrate. H. Rice,
P. -Baldwin. Miss. Wishard. Miss Gibb,
Miss. Snyder, H. Hanson. A. L. Hogg,
Miss Damon. F. Broadbent, Miss Bald
ing, S. P. Bartley, W. Walters. C. O.
Smith. J. - Berg-strom. W. G. Greenly,
Mrs. tSeml, H. Oreha, P De La Crux. I.
Henri q nes, Kam San Bo. S. Kaahu, T.
Fukunaga, Hee Fat. Rev. W. Kamau.
M. ' Kawakatso. Kwal Foon Lung- and
wife. -Dr. Chang, Miss M. Choy. Miss
Chang- How. Mrs. LJzano. Mrs. Malani.
H. Mataumarav S. C Chang, Ctou Kim,
J. Correa. M. Aguiar.
Per. I.-I. str.. Claudine, from Maui.
April 8. Mrs. J. K. Nakeu. In Tal and
wife. H. E. Cook. H. U Freeman, W.
H. Henry, J. Lynch. Mr. Sabery. O. To
shl. H. Lyman, H. Pogrue, F. Poajue, R.
Conant. E. J,, Meyer, Jiss Samson, J.
M. Cox and wife. Miss McCarthy. Miss
McCarthy. A. Edmondson. Miss Wads
worth. F. Howes. F G. Krauss, Miss
McKinley. Miss Madoz.
Per X.-I.'-str. MIkahala. from Maui.
Molokal and ; Lanal. April 8. Mrs. J.
Guerrero, Mrs." 'J. Dudock and 3 chil
dren, J. D. McVeigh. .Cecil Klilehua,
Oeft. P. Cooke. 8. L. Desha, G. Wilder,
S. Correa. - Ed. -Fernandez. J-.--Brown.
U Sterling. J. F. Brown and wife, A. M.
Brown.' Jr,' 'A FraBe." .
STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU
TODAY'S "NEWS TODAY
Program beginning at 1:30 p. m. until
' , ' V - 4.D1,' m. " '''
Evening (two shows) h: 30 and 8:30
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR TODAY
AND EVENING
"The Limousine Mystery" (two-part
drama), Victor.
"rhsat'8 Icey Inquiry" (two-part
comedy); Elko.
-Local Color- (comedy), Selig
m fl Vvivr If Oil i tSf Public demands continuance of National Pfepawdnesa
i f r ll 1 ' Picture. Three More Special Perf onnances
VY Jlkv TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
JMl' vliSr U4 ! Reserved Seats After 6:30 P. M.
BM.A.ked t) Phone 57 :
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II sit 'As i ' TftlliftllT . " II
..... 24e ii iir ll-U I , i. llflll'UI .. r : ,
I.::'. At :40 o'clock. . : At 7:40 o'clock t
(Honolulu's Amusement Center) '
Triangle FilmCo.; presents ,,:
Supported by
THE L M A SALT E R !
MATEIFiOBJY"
; ; A 5-part fJramatic feature which every maamarried or
singleshould see. It teaches a very string moral lesson.
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK' and MABEL N0RMAND in a
"whirlwind KEYSTONE K0MEDY entitled . ,
-V r. i STOLEN MAGIC ' : ' : r ! -
A side-splitter for fair; Sixty laughs to ) fie , minute and
minute. V Thirty minutes of solid fun... :- 0 '
PATHE C0L0RFILM Science and Nat lie in ail their
r
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.: Tho 'tiumo of
a, --BK. . aaaasj -"-aaaaa,
JAPAN'S GREATEST SCREEN. STAR AND
TSURUAOIIO
V SUPPORTED BY ;
MYJ
YOU ALL KNOW GEORGE FORMERLY OF. THE WEBB STOCK CO. AT THE BIJdU LAST
YEAR THIS GREAT CAST PRESENTS A POWERFUL DRAMA .
SECOND BIG CHAPTER OF THE GREAT PREPAREDNESS DRAMAWITH PEARL WHITE
.. ', On account of the big crowds, our patrons are requested to come early for good seats
PRICES:. 10, 20, 30 CENTS. V r . 1; V BOXfS: 50 CENTS.
; : : - FOR RESERVATION PHONE 506a -
Pennsylvania has $ 1 .QO.00O In Its
state' sinking fund. State revenues
are $32,000,000 yearly.
After tfta
mn laiitwaitiawaawiaMii a
Two Eras for a Lifetime 3
a t ,V? Maiaa Is for Tired Oyaa. Bed a
s Hytw Bore Bye-ArGiaaalatad 2 ,
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1 1 Battorea.- ktariae Is a favorite Tt f nt S
1 iur mjwm inn wi mry ua imwi. vif v jvar s
Br at at - of yoar lovlac car as roar s
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