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HONOLULU COIITEUCTIOK & DBAIKQ CO- LTD.
J1BC1 SHIPPING FMIS 11 it
IN SHANGHAI; RATES S41 PER TON
C '" - .J- - ;. - :
.Four ef the bluett American ship
pin; mpanieY of Shanghai hare
combined under the nam of ins ra
cSz Transportation Company, and
will Immediatelyput to serYJce of
large freighters-' Utweea-Baangnai
and San Francisco, to be followed is
tne near future with service be
tween this port, Japan. Manila and
Southern; China, T the San Fran
cisco Examiner of June 8. .
.8truthers.A'Lfcon yesterday were
officially v aDDOlnted fianr Francisco
agents of, the new" corporation by a
rtpreaentatire who passed through on
his way to New Tort. ; Harry Btrulh
ersy presldeat of the , local agency
firm, said: " . : '
i"Tha recresenUttre of the Pacific
Transportation' Company Insisted that
the names of the roar companies con
cerned be. not grren' out nntil he
reaches New York. But the combina
tion is a completed fact,' and the line
will be in operation rery ahortly; V
For the'presett the company will
pot four bit freighters on the San
Fratteisco-Shanghal run, with caHs at
Japanese ports if there be space. . The
company already has secured three
- ere fateely qrnei coin:
v Portable, WaWrprwf,f aid
Trear? longer' than; leatneivl
.Put on your worn shoes,
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It's a good iray to;save4
CIC?.n,' Held 'cud Fcrt.
Ldc! at the lives of
:.;': v, coda men Fiidin; the criginal vanderbilt, Eockes f
'..'y feller,' Carrci xcd tUl "the host qf othefjyon find :C
& v its principle cf ' SAVING
y,:; ; ytrned their csrly,uves;;
it"- shrevrdness in financial affairs
-: ? f cr Euccessfnl Tna.TTtiitfnn
III 1110. 'i--'-. . i - .
I ? rc pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits.
steamers, and ii now dickering for a
fourth. These four will be able to
keep up regular monthly sailings.
new line will be the Kenkon Mara No.
I. She has a dead weight capacity of
about 7000 tons. The next will be the
Kenkon Maru No. 5, of about 4000 tons
dead weight capacity, and the third is
a freighter, the name of which is not
mentioned in a cable we received
today, and which told of the compa
ny's caring secured the steamer.
: The company's plana are to get a
number of other freighters and extend
th service to Include Manila, Japan
and Southern China. Transpacific
freight rates are high at the present
time. The average between here and
Shanghai at the present time is 14 1
i m mm .
vuv seaVM ss we mm vav
American porta, states the San Fran
cisco Examiner of June 6, as follows:
"John H. Rosseter. rice-f resident ;
ana general manager oi ue riouc
Mail Company; and general manager
f W. IL Grace 4 Co., returned yes
ter&ay after a long and busy stay In
Washington and New York.
' "Rosseter's plans for the future of
the ' Mail Company, as already , out
lined, are bis: and include the oosal-l
biUtr, of the comcany's getting at
least flte of the , large Austrian and th' arrivals and departures of mer
German steamers interned-in Manila I chant vessels when they are engaged
and other 'American Island ports and;ia Inter-Island business. No mention
some of which. are already on their; will be made, of arrival or departure
way bl:?i&;?k ' vessels engaged solely in traffic
"Rosseter ""laid yesterday, that this with the mainland, as the voluntary
matter is not vet settled: that he did censorship has not yet been lifted by
not yet know'how many such "vessels'
the abipping board would permit' to
remain on the Pacific V :C - .
return thai hia star here would be a;
short one, and; he would hurry, back1
to New York. But. he denied this
yesterday, and said-he expected -to
be in San Francisco at any, rate "tin-,
ll the end of .thejrear.'
Tireless 'advices received
shlnninc deoarLneni . of ' Castle
Cooke, the local Matson agency.; from4
the next Matsdn liner which will ar 1
rive here from San Francisco, &Ytl
her passengers and cargo as follows;
Passengers, -2$ -cabin; ;; mail, . 253 ;v
bags express matter, 7T ; packages; ;
automobiles, 11; Honolulu cargot-7SlS
tons ; Kahulul cargo, 1451 tons. -
.The steamer Is three days behind
her schedule. The delay was caused
by towing one of the ex-German mer
chantmen to the coast for repair
is due to steam for Maul ports t;5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. v '
;V J DURING THE SUMMER: MONTHS,"
- - EXCURSION TICKETS, limited to 30.
dare from date of sale, will be eold
t -drily at the regular single fare for the
',v srr . iid tri between Honolulu and Vai-i
iatua, IlalfJwa and. Kahuiu aa follows
Seeend-CIass ..;., '.;,., tJBd
America's famous "self-; !
one of the strongest that : s
and lays the foundation -
of million of dollars latpr hi-J
OFF OIL SHIP
Here Is a Etory from the San Fran
Cisco Examiner of June a, concerning
two Germans who were taken off the
"UllU ltlS I trfeillAl ij Dl UllB ifJll "1UI
oil from California. The story reads
Wilhelm Plant ard Benno Peters
two Oennans. were taken off the ship
Marion Chilcott of the Associated Oil
Company yesteray at Sausalito un
der . peculiar circumstances.
'The Chilcott goes to Honolulu with
oil and returns usually with a cargo
of molasses. This is destined for the
alcohol factory in Marin county. The
Honolulu boats do not hare to pass
Quarantine, and so Captain C. O. An
derson took his Tesel directly to Sau-
allto and anchored there.
"It is definitely not within the prov
lnce of immigration and bug inspec
tors to board any Teasel that does not
anchor in quarantine, except under
direct orders from ' headquarters on
"So the Chilcott was allowed to an-
chor wltiout being boarded. Tester-
day morning the mmigration tug wa
seen to go akmgrida the Chilcott and
go thence to Angel Island. Inquiry
developed the fart that the two Ger-
- M . MM m A
Until further notice the Star-Bulle-
tin will, print news concerning only
Washington, although it may soon be.
Yesterday a letter was received by
ta, newspaper from Capt. George R.
oor naval stauon,; reading as follows
T am in receipt of a letter from
the director of naval communications
ia which it is stated that It is not
thought necessary, to apply the re-
s trictions to local merchant vessels
in the lnteHslsnd trade.' This re
lates, to th publication of shipping
news. Please be governed accord
"Yours very truly,
GEORGE R. CLARK,
"Captain, U. S. Navy,
1 A Dutch steanw ir in port with
3000 tons of freight and 41 Chinese
auor as rasscngera.
-" 1 '.
Sugar reported - awaiting shipmen
on Kauai is as follows, by plantations
and bars: Lihue. lS,000: Makee.-18.-
000; Kekaha, lWJi;1 miauea,1 1551;
V. Knudsen, 1250
The Matson lifter -Lnrline is pched
nled to steam for Port Allen, Kauai.
at fi o'clock SatnrdiT renin r. to dis.
ia; freight and -load cargo. : She
Dr0Ugbt I0a head of livestock here for
tha army. - , , . - v. - ,
The Inter-Island ateamer .Manna
Loa t brought ,-' the following freight
- from ; Kauai '-porta " yesterday: 6000
t bags of Grove Farm sugar. 42 empty
',oil drums, nine barrels of .honey and
The Matson motor achooner Annie
Johnson Is - loading; sugar at Hans,
according to the trip report of Purser
J. F. Mackenzie of the uaudme. . She
has 809 tons of Hana sugar and 864
- The Inter-island ateamer s Claudlne
arrived this morning from Maul ports.
She brought 26 cabin and 28 deck pas
senger. - Her inward freight indud
ed 765 bags of sugar; six of peas, four
of spuds one, auto, and 288 packages
of sundries. -
' i All, main deck apace for the sailing
of the - Inter-Island steamer Mauna
Kea at ,5 o'clock ' Saturday afternoon
for.Hilo has been taken by the army,
es a" company of infantry will leave
on the boat for a stay at the Kflauea
military training - camp on the Dig
island. j -
Per Inter-Island fteamer Claudia e,
June. 14 From riana R, R.; Motea;
from Kahului Mow Kui, Mrs. Yap
See, Kim Yow, . York Horn, Mary Ka
pu, B. D. Stegnrn. Mrs. Stegman. Joe
Dla3, , M. Roar, ; Katekara,' Jno, Ferrt-
era, Mrs. Ferriera, H. H. Yarns. M. J,
Moura, Mrs. Moura, Miss Moura, Mrs.
I TTelnxheimer,- 'Howell, F. B.
Cameron, E. J. Hammer. J. B. Me-
Swanson. M. Imabuji, E. Tanaka, Sum
Kee. O. Intttska. - . .
NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL &
To Batavia, Tava, via Yoko
hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong
and Singapore. , Sailing dates,
freight and passenger rates on
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure blind, bleeding, itchir or pro"
tzndine PILES in 6 to U days or
money refunded. . Manufactured by
th2 PARIS MEDICINE CO.SL LooJa.
SEE VICE FIRST
Returning from San Francisco after
taking to that port the remains of the
late American ambassador to Japan.
George W. Guthrie, the Japanese
cruiser Axuma is in port, docked st
the navy pier
The big fighting craft is taking on
600 tons of bunker coal before pro
ceeding to her home port in Jspan.
The coal is being supplied by courtesy
of the oavy department, Japan now
being an ally of the United States in
the world war.
The only visitors aboard the Azuma
today were the reception committee
of Japanese citizens who entertained
the cruiser's personnel when she was
here about a month ago, and who en
tertained the Japanese naval training
squadron cruisers Toklwa and Yaku
mo last week. Chairman S. Aweki
and Treasurer Y. Takakuwa called
aboard the cruiser this morning, wel
coming Commander Nllro and his of
ficers. Viscount Tamura, who accompanied
the ambassador's body to Pittsburg,
where Interment took place, is not on
the Azuma, but will leave San Fran
cisco on a T. K. K. liner within a
Tomorrow night representative
Japanese citizens and businessmen
will entertain the Axuma's captain and
officers at a dinner at Toklwa-en, on
Before the cruiser resumes her re-
turn voyage her officers will be enter-
tained by Consul General Rokuro
Moroi at his residence on Nuuanu
With 1303 tons of island sugar in
her hold, which she took aboard at
Hllo, the ex-German steamer Straats
sekretaer Kraetke returned this morn
ing from the Big Island port, and is
todsy completing her cargo ' here,
loading about 500 tons more at tho
According to her captain, the for -
mer German merchantman, now the
v- tt e -,J, v.,a
made an average speed of eight knots
an hour coming back from Hllo. She
returned In 24 hours' steaming time,
J""f 8 "c"cr Bue
m . er . J
Aiier we rs.raeiae goes, me nexi oere became so acute that Consul Ed-ex-German
freighter to take a sugar waxdg wa ordered to close his con
cargo to the coast wlU be the Elsass, gulate Be&i lt with the, pfflcial
now -beings repaired at her berth at the geai Df United States government
navy slip Just waikikl of Pier 6. She ' TaIa WM don9 mn y, IfiinC tX time
can- carry about 8S00 tons, . as her American consulate has - been lo
10,000 ton cargo capacity is reduced c. ia the federal oullding In El
by 1503 tons of general cargo which pso. with the return of peace in
has been lyinfftn her holds for threo Northern Mexico the consul has re
years, ever since she fled Sydney i tttrned with his records and files and
harbor by night in 1914 and steamed, the American"flar azaln will fly from
to Pago-Pago, American Samoa, for
refuge" in an American port.
Investigation of the explosion and
burning of the : Inter-Island freight
steamer Hamakua in Alalakeiki Chan
nel." between- Maui and. Kaboolawe,
has been concluded by the local U. S.
inspectors of steam vessels. Find
lngs of the Inspectors are expected to
be made public some time next week.
According to Capt. Joseph J. Meany,
TJ. S Inspector of hulls, today, the
hearing : was -completed- yesterday.
Those who appeared before the in
spectors and concluded their testi
mony included the Hamakua's mas
ter, Capt Carl Wicbert, her second -of
ficer, 4 chief, engineer, assistant engi
neer on watch at the time of the dis
aster, quartermastei and watchman
on watch, and feer seamen.
The Investigation began June 1, the
disaster having occurred at 4:25
o'clock the morning of May 30, Decor
ation Day. , Two lives were lost, the
chief engineerr who was killed In the
explosion which : followed ' about a
minute after fire was discovered In
the hold, and a boatswain, who drown
ed when a; lifeboat being lowered,
fronV the1 burning Vessel capsized,
throwing the men into' the water.
Per Inter-Island steamer Mauna
Loa: - Mrs. Chon Hon and daugalcr.
Yark Kam.' Hee Fat, Mrs. S. H. Desha,
Mrs. "W. C. Brewer, R. C Macfle, Miss
Victoria- Castrc. Miss - IW nrleo Chins,
Misa Tuya Sakuma, Miss Hose Kau:
hane,' Rosall, Alba, Misa Naomi Pa-
ama. Miss Helen Pa1 1 a MJs Ann !e
Vacilioy MkBter Chung Mee, Miss
Lucy Ing; Mrs. G. J Gonser, T. Osaki,
Miss G.' Wieoke, Miss Lucy K. Pea-
body. Mrs. . Edgar ' Henrlques. Mrs.
r.'len.'DivlsIo, Mrs.. V AKnna, Mrs.
sam rvuuanu, airs. r.wi Aoner, mis
a a 9 v vbi - t.vii wars ...is
Lizzie Piimoku, G
IshiL Miss Lsh'l,
Jibs kbit, ;
PICTURES OF KAISER,
EMPEROR AND SULTAN
IB7 AAmcUteS Prsil
SOURABAYA, Dutch East Indies.-
Printed portraits Of the German Errr
peror, the Emperor of Austria-Hungary
and the Sultan of Turkey havo
been spread broadcast among the na
tlves here, particularly In the pro
vince of Sourakata. The Dutch gov
ernment has ordered that such prints
shall be: seiezL Where they com?
from is unknown.
SNum rom Lt voi
Try Murine Eye Remedy
(By AiMdsUd mail
CHIHUAHUA CITY. Mexico. Once
the powerful Don Luis Terrazas lived '
in his palace of white marble on the1
; Alameda, surrounded by a retinue of ,
servants, secretaries end retainer
which gave his establishment the ai-
appearance of royalty.
Now the "palado bianco- the white
i yaiace is aeseizeo. its paim garaca
; made fodder for the cavalry horses
Villa's boy guard when he was in com
mand here; General Terrazas and his!
family are in exile in El Paso and the!
Terrazas millions have been scattered
by the winds of revolution.
First came the hordes of the Ma
dero revolution which swept over the
vast Terrazas estate like a plague of
locusts, devouring, killing cattle and
pillaging the ranch houses. Then the
Orozco revolution levied its tribute
upon Don Luis and his wealthy family. ;
Then came Villa and his revolutionists '
to complete the destruction. Now the,
vast Terrazas cattle ranches are
barren of beef cattle, the ranch
houses are wrecked or burned, the
country and town houses of General
Terrazas and his family are in dis
repair and the entire Terrazas family
continue to live in the United States.
Fate has heaped her load heavy
upon the stooped shoulders
Mexican general. His son,
rasas, Jr., was held in prison mere
than two years by Villa and recentl
oied in exile from the eiiecta of his
confinement. His son (grandson and
namesake of the old general) was
arrested in Mexico City and condemn
ed to be shot as a revolutionist; anoth
er grandson was killed during one of
the revolutionary battles while a third
was wounded and never recovered his
Friends of General Terrasas say he
lives for the day jrhen he can return
to his native land and his one hope is
I said to be that he will survive to see
the family reestablished In their
abandoned homes in Mexico.
ON U. S. CONSULATE
(Sx AsoUtod Itast
JUAREZ, Mex. After the absence
' . " f . ' " , . I 7l t ! . ' .T"
. ... .A.y,A v,,(Min
ed on the side of an adobe building
r:"7"r."3ust off the main street of this little
border town, and Americans from the
Interior may now register with Ameri
can Consul Thomas D. Edwards.
men the Carrlzal Incident occurred
last year the feeling against Americans"
the flagpole f alongside the German
flag on Mexican holidays. . , t i
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VITAL STATISTICS J
. BORN .
MENDES In Honolulu, June 7, 1917,
to Mr. and Mrs. John Mendes, Jr of
221 Perry street, Atiwaiollmu, a son,
Melvin Theodorp. -
ROBERTSON-BOLIN - In Honolulu,
June 13, 1917, Manley S. Robertson
and Mrs. Jennie Bolln, Ret. Samuel
K Kamalocili. assistant pastor of
Kaumakapili church,: Palama. off i
. elating. . Witnesses,-, Fred ' Huber t
and Mrs. Lily Ohlalau. , ; xi j
PONJATJLANI-ROCHFORT In Pala
Maul, June 3, 1917, Oliver K. Ponia-,
: ulan I and Mrs. . Emily . Rochfort,
Rev. Father Francis of the Pala
" Catholic church officiating, v
LOCSIN-AKANIAtT In , Wailukn.
Maul, June 3, 1917,; Alfred Locsln
and Miss Mary Akiniau. Rev. Father
Justin, pastor of the WallukU Cath
olic church of St. Anthony officiat
. v died ' '
KAM EH A M EH A In the Queen's hos
pital, Honolulu,' June 13,. 1917,. High
Chief Lot KapuaiwaTKamehameha
of Kamehameha IV road, widower,
a native of Hawaii. 33 years old.
TAYLOR In. the Queen's Hospital,
Honolulu, June 12, 19.17, Henry Tay
lor: of this city, colored, married, a
native of Tennessee, 50 years old.
WAIWAIOLEAt Malulani hospital,
walluku, Maui, June 3, 1917, Mrs.
Dorcas Lua Waiwalole, wife of Jos
eph K. Waiwaiole, a native of Ha
waii, 28 years old. Buried last Mon
day In the Walluku Catholic ceme
tery. . r ... '
STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU :
TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
Intending deck passengers per the
Steamshio "Manna KeaM sailinz from
Honolulu, June 16th. are hereby noti
fled that' all Main Deck space has
. INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
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Honolulu, T. IL. June 12, 1917.
Mani's Tourist Guide
Personally conducted trip
to points of interest.
5 DAYS TO
Kegular Sailings to. San Francisco and Sydney, N. a T7.
F or f nrthA particulars apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
of ii nn . i - ni s . - a
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For farther particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE,
TO YO RISEN KAISHA
Regular Sailings to San Francbco and to the Orient
For further particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE.
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