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HO'XOLULf STAR-BfLI-KTIX. FRIDAY. .IVXK 1. 1917.
K3L XTXB iSaffiiaffiiminig Furniture and Piano R5D' MM HONOLULU CONTRUCTION & D RAYING CO., LTD. PHONE 4-9-8-1 J. J. BELSER, Manager. SERVICE FIRST STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN v Another S. A. Line Planned CONGRESS TO BE NEW METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET IS EQUAL OF BEST ON THE COAST OceanicSteamship Co. 51 DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO v., SANK WITH BOAT V ! . i ' . W - ( i .; e hV-raair S.ii!:n ' S.m Franai,-o mi-1 Svdnov, . S. W. " a i : ta- 1 '. of th. i I ,'i i 1 1 .pan; w "i a Amerlrb Nor! I; A: :; riorth ' the i !an ! l r, r . :fi. fa. t. ' rn.erlv at:, -hip i 'on. . ; aa : r. -. V r larti.-a- par! aaihir- apply t C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agents N.ai, ! m .-. r' an ft m MAIL FOR HAWAII GIVEN NEW NAME r-ncni '-i 1 1 enfl !-l! it VfU ru i 'I la- fa. r.Ohfl ''l-t u 1, . 1 ! a n T: 01 ' r a - are alaral-". A InnF. Ii( ui'i ! nr,'l ' lantic si'!'. Rio J.a. tcw-dio ;a, ! If;. r;' ?rrvf! The " ; a:1 a a tert i.' I"-"!::' of two !if: - h !! ' t rat fi":n i';' !':;" States Mr U'hee paper nTi here th W.MJ '! - ;is ! H . On t' S.iHtOV At Mnn- r: 'at:n Hi . I ..I - T h r t'h ( ; l.a : ti. flip an Fail! f i,'s at. while the en? a N a i . k : I! l: T'.t !in r w :!i ' . rf-, a;: 'r . v : k : !!:::; Ill VX : ; , f"r:;,'-rly ': i t:." ; n ('.-r.' cr,t rar t f. t V, ! n re1.'!! fran-panf;. 'an-. 12" f .r. a;. i a -s : -itriP'! an ta: S r" :r ii !1 tl 1 r:.'I..i. T" ran.T of the T'nlted States into thf war cndoi:'tf-rf!y would f-1ay oarryinr out the project for tho npw llnfs to South Amrion. it a liip idoa to rollrrt all ti'f nofdnl dafa. mi that o-fiprationp niicht proprfF? a . oon and a rapidly a posciv,;c --Christian S ir rr v Monitor. !-! -rac . i ! r ( a t ' 1 . 1" tf.r. a:-i ;t 1 .1 ho rn v ' i' a on hr maiden vorU- to Honolulu and the Ork-nt a- a ''. ;na Mail boat oni tim nrt No r :-. : r 1 J and a ; a 1 f y -a ; c p. ' tt-d : San Pran ism ! f-s ; a' c: t d . r Hun ka.i '1 1 Tit 1 1: at; , . . .! .a. J : . , ., ,i:" d 1 1 ! . O' rours flrirul novelist- nat ralh havr an advar.taco ovrr 'la lav liroihfn Tho lat3 Monsici'M Benson a most fl.ant h ak w ho. drspitr a slipht stanai ' r. ki llip nportrrs rarinp a '. 11.1: r'- 1 ARMAND'S Complexion Powder INDORSED BY EVERYONE WHO HAS TRIED IT This wonderful toilet accessory contains abso lutely no chalk or lead (ingredients common to most powders); and on account of its unusual fineness clings longer to the skin. It comes in two odors, Violets of Paradise and Bouquet of Paradise; and in five tints, natural, white, pink, brunette and creme. 50c and $1.00 packages r Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Cjil Eastman Kodak Agency Phone 1848 Fort, near Hotel Street (;: lets. :. a ! J! '.' .a.d f si' ks : r'!.- : r ". ' aa. I 1 1 .i'1 i ' . : ! .-r nail - -' ' m.A a k- ; "!i.t.- :" -r K ' !; ; nt let!' r n.ai, ' J ' .' i .a: i : - t. f ! raa f " r I 'a.i I. a i. i Siuia'd 1 "K. W. VA1LLK. ':.iot ('ark.' A soon as t!.p aiartn was eatn. Purser Kckiica told fAo ai!nr to so down to r!;p mail nx-m and hrini: up tlio mail I'as In thr exci'enaait thr tn-n saved two pom-hs of pi int mail hut pot no pouches of Na'prs Thay nade a sorond attempt hut wh.cn thpy pot to ti'.p mail room acain found it so tilh'd w'ith smoke from the f i r forward that they could not pet in. so they had to rush to the litehoats without pavinp any morn of the haps. a, i a..! . i: i f . anv 'a . K. ! ;:a:a. - i i. ' T ) . I'. er f Ch '. a; t h e . ? ;. t:a .nii-r'nr lnsi en po.itai t -a v out. iroui a !.d lsit tl;e new v.: re if'er v, ill find t i r e.ation i !' tetnpt ;;'i . n' i id e i-i m irketi Matson Navigation Company Dtrect Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu F'.t 1'inia'f pnrtioiilnr ;ip;l- to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Agent, Honolulu -a a a I. USE OF EX-HERMAN VESSELS ASKED B Y FRISCO FROM SHIPPING BOARD TOYO RISEN KAISHA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient For furthor particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Agent, Honolulu Re'iue-?-e-( i"rman i ers. w !i port to repairs. BEGIN DREDGNG ABOUT AUGUST 1 5 Offioial advices from the war de partment at Washington to Lieut -("1. Robert R. Raymond, corps of enui neers, Hawaiian Department, state that dredPinp in Honolulu harbor, which is under contract to the Stand ard American Dredpinc Company, will commence on or before Aueust 15. No word of any conference on the matter is civen in the messape. Col. Raymond says, hut the cable states that this date is satisfactory with th? war department. The contract for this work was given to the Standard American com- i pany several months apo and for con- siderable time no definite word lias ' been obtainable repardinp it. It is understood that the company will probably send its hip turbine dredpo which it lormerly had on dredging jobs here, for this work. Roosters that Strut and hens that lay well are healthy and happy; they're fed on our Progressive SCRATCH FOOD EGG FOOD Most successful poultry growers use it. California Feed Co., Ltd. Phone 4121 Alakea and Queen Sts. PASSENGERS BOOKED Per I. -I. str. Ciaudine for Maui ports, June 1 V. ('. .Moore, Joseph Abreu, M. E. Cordeira. A commission of three members, ap pointed by Govern r Whitman, is to be established in New York State to cooperate with the Federal Govern ment and other states in the conser vation and distribution of food. for of everal of th refugee ran hant stati'- !i !.ae l.e-n towed from ti.i. San FraiM isco for permanent have In en made t the fed- ' It i men t ra-arlv t: e .'. routes eral s!;i; pinp hoard by the San i- ran cis"o chamber of commerce and vari ous shippinp firms of tja Hay City, accordinp ti the Coast Seamen's .lout nal. It say: "An official request to tl;e United States Shipidnp Hoard from the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce to turn over at least two German vessels to the Pacific MaH Company for " foreipn service out of this nort to the Orient f, t!'e Hast. probably will be made. Several ship ping men iiae taken the matter up with the chamber of commerce and early action is looked for. Glut of Orient Freight "It is pointed out by shi; per that there is such a glut of freicht await- a further shown by tin? s: hat as the British haw ail withcrawn front t!:e : inere are tiainiia: i,-w and business a- bounds which commercia of this eountrv should do ir i u b ;e.-n icifio t rade and interests something to pet into their own hands. Another point to be urped upon the shipping board is the deflection of a l.irpt amount of Orient imports to Sar Francisco instead of throuph Svez to ew York, thus aivinp th" Arra-rb an railroads a larelv increasam busj- ejpht from this coast Want to Charter Boats "Work on repairing the German hark Ottawa, seized recently iv fed- . ul oan i ouui ii. a tl el lyins interned at Richardson's Hav since the opening of the w ar. w as be gun durinc the week at Hanlon's vards in Oaklanrl fa-itain Wa viand ing shipment in the Orient hat theyiforn0r magter Qf thp w,ja,pr Heluca cannot receive poods ordered. and;who has reCently returned from Aus ikewise that the tonnage hero is net .; tralia wjth that V(,ssei has hppn large enough to take care of the narm?fI commander of the Ottawa and freuht offering They believe that suporvise her repair. While sv this aid to the .Mail Company should eral dipping firms in San Francisco be pr. en because it is impossible to ' havp askP(1 for Ul0 rnarter or pur have steamers built at the present; chase of' German 'vessels in San Fran- 1 e- Cisco ml Honolulu, which are to be' "Just now, they say, is the time to j repaired and put into commission, no foster an American merchant marine) such authority has been granted. Wire on the Pacific and to trivo San Fran-J advices to one firm from Washington Cisco a large fleet of American ves , stated that the government plans to sels to compete with the Japanese ; operate the vesseis itself and that steamers which are in such numbers! none will be turned over to private here. owner t ,J CANADIAN -AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL Mill i iwc Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA FIJI wpw ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA' ' For further particulars apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents ALl PHONE 2295 REACHES Hustace-Peck CoM Ltd. rmu Up ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRFtc FIREWOOD AND COAL j uutfcN STREET WORK. P. 0. BQX 212 OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9: 15 a.m., 3:20 p.m. For Pearl City, Kwa .Mill and Way Stations f7:,;o a.m., 9:U am. 11:.'!0 a.m.. 2:13 p.m. 3:20 p.m.. o:lo p.m.. 1D:30 D.m . n k For Wahiawa and Lellehua a.m., - : 4 U p.m., 5:00 p.m. P'or Leilehua 1(5:00 a.m p.m. -11:02 11:30 r F R H T E I G and TICKETS Also reservations any point on tha mainland. See WELLS-FAR-GO A. CO., 72 S. King St, Tel. 1515. TO ASK BOARD TO NAME ENGINEER 13 EMUS In order that work on the belt road from the Pali may commence as soon as possible, now that the legislature has appropriated $300,00o for this purpose, George Collins, city and county engineer, will ask the board of supervisors at its meeting this even ing to approve the appointment of another engineer. In his letter to the board Collins points out that work of that magni tude will need an engineer who will give iiis entire time to it and as the present force has all the work it can attend to another engineer is neces sary. For this position Cojiins has select ed Chirles Kea, a civil engineer who has done considerable construction work about the territory. It is esti mated that the .$"."'..000 will take th1 belt road to the Waikane district and will entail a large amount of prelim inary surveying. COURSE TO OPEN AT V. M, TONIGHT IX WARD Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Waialua and Waianae 8 : 36 a.m., 5:30 p.m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 7:43 a.m., S:36 a.m.. 11:02 a.m., ! :38 p.m., 4:24 p m., 3:30 p.m.. 7:2S p.m Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and F. L. WALDRON LTD. Shipping & Commitsion Merchants Phona 3428. Fort & Queen St. p.m., lellehua '9: l.- a.m., 1: 3:53 p.m.. 7 : 1 3 D.m. The Haleiwa Limited, a twrvhrmr train (only first-class tickets honored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:30 Offering an opportunity for men a.m. for Haleiwa Hotel; returning who want tu prepare for examination, arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p.m. for commissions in tht Officers' Re-! The Limited stops only at Pearl City, serve Corps to secure coaching in the r.wa .Mill and Waianae. Y. TAKAKUWA & CO. Limited 'NAMCO- CRABS, packed In Sanitary Cane, wood lined Nuuanu St., near King St. Absolutely Pure Made from Grapo Cream of Tartar no ALUM Richard Hippo. ?.. of No. W. 113th St., New York, told Fire Marsha! Prial and Principal Hirkins. of P S. l",i 117th St.. and Sr. Nic'iolas Avenue,' how he caused four fires in the school; in three weeks. I An American servine in the German I army has been awarded the Iron Cross. He is Capt Oswald Sapper, of Mavi!lo. Wis. He asked American; newspapermen to inform his wi;'e and1 friends at Ma.wille that he is m good health. technical subject in 'hich they are examined, a preparatory course under the instruction of Lieutenant K. F. Witsell, 1'. S. A., will oun at the Young Men's Christian Association this evening. Lieutenant Witsell will direct the study of the men in tr.e class and will lecture on the various subjects with which they must ho familiar in order to pjss their exam inations. Captain P. M. Smoot of the Reserve Corps and Lieut. Wit.-eii have just : completed courses of instruction with i two large groups of men who are nowj to take their examination. There is a lare advance enrollment for this new class. It will meet three evening a week from 7:3u to p. m. Men! interested should enroll at the ass-j ciation before 7:3o ton,ght. j Dr.ily only. G. P. I .NISON, Superintendent. fExeept Sunday. tSunday C. SMITH, G. P. A. Most Complete Line of Chinea Goods at FONG INN CO. Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curio Store 1152 Nuuanu St, nr. Pauahl. NIETERT IS SLATED FOR STENOGRAPHER IN HEEN'S DIVISION H. F. Nietert, official shorthand re porter for the local federal court, has been selected by Judee William H. lieen as reporter for the third divis ion of circuit court. The judges have appointed Attorney Willism L. Whit- D. J. CASHMAN TENTS AND AWNINGS Luau Tents and Canopies for Rent Thirty Years' Experience Fort St., near Allen, upstairs Phone 1467 ney and Reporters J. L. Horner and H. R. Jordan as a commfftee to ex-' amine Nietert as to his qualifications. The examination may be held tomorrow. CAPE CASE GOES TO GRAND JURY thi J June Sale of Millinery Starting Saturday JUNE 2ND offer an t'X'etional opportunity t oltain imported Hat-, now shape, rlowers ii i l m s. reduced )ria--. City Attorney A. M. Brown afternoon was to present to the ter ritorial srand jury tla- cae of Wald F Cape, an enlisted man. charted with assault with intent to murder It is alleged Cape, using a revolver, s!;ia I'etf-r Manuel Johnson twice m tia -tomach and otae in the arm follow-in-a row at F'earl City. other cases scheduled to en befoiv ;.ie grand jury today ware tiiose o: ' .an C.iT;ioso. charged wit!; an ind' era assault on Roseline Ilosa. and i'kars Naone, charged with first de cree burglary. It is alb'gpd Naone en tered the store of I. Aoki and stole i - at and five pairs of trousers. Also Silk Goods, J.a'iiior Cliine. Pineaple Silks. Ware, Kimono-. lato-t m -r-;ttlv la K. ISOSHIMA I NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE To P,atavia, Java, via Yoko ; aina. Xaija-aki. Ilonirkoni; and Singapore. Saiiinu dates, freight and pas-cnirer rates on' application. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents" Professor Bryan says: In offering an exchange of speakers at the Republican and Democratic rally Monday night: "It is of course mutually agreed that both parties will be given a respectful hearing and that their speeches are not subject to newspaper report or editorial comment. We naturally wish the voters and not the daily press to pass on the relative merits of the speeches made." Thanking Professor Bryan for his kind offer, the Republicans find it ia quite out of the ques tion to hold a star-chamber rally. PLAY SAFE AND VOTE THE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN .TICKET. r. V, '' ltiyHEflYfllW EYES flEEn.R""FJ