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HONOLULU STAB-HULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1917.
a- i . New Silk Goods Kimonos, Coat, Night Gowns and Chemise THE CHERRY 1137 Port St. CUD ttCA S)ftt Lit, a. j r Tn YOUTH one can get along with eyes krt are not normal, and feel no apparent "onvenlence. But IN LATER YEARS this strain will tell on the general health, ou the ability for clear thinking, and in many other ways. Yon may not know that you need glasses. Many persons insist that they do not. But for the sake of your future comfort, you should have your eyes examined. If no glasses are needed, none will be prescribed. 0. H. TRULLINGER, Formerly with tha Ohinn-Beretta Co., S. F. Successor to A. N. SANFORD Optician Boston Bldg., over Hay & Co. Store mmm n -IV. ' ':: "-h'tr-J ' i- IMf A TTT JIM 11 EM t ' v The Santa Fe for many miles threads park-like forests at alti tudes that make it the cool route to the East. Tickets are on sale certain days . during August and September. Begin your trip from California ' on one of the favored dates and effect a substantial saving " in the cost of the journey. rnone : : a E; VERNON, -, -r Central Agent, ' "4 ' iS ' 528 Fert SUvHenolulu MYSTERY VRAPS Vl IN MID PACIFIC Ell OF SHIP 7 ounQmig Furniture and Piano IWoirori SERVICE FIRST EOHOLULU COITTRTJCTIOK & DRAYINO CO- LTD PHONE 4-9-1 J. J. BEL6ER, Manager. STOR AQE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEE2T ST. Captain of Waimarino Sights Lumber Carriers Bones on South Sea Isle Whether or not the crew of Pa cific coast vessel perished from star vation and thirst on a desert isle in the South Seas after being wrecked as the mystery brought to this port by Captain John Poster of the steam- :VTk. c-r::-..." :r. r.. The former German ship Staatsse. taia Foster reported he saw the bones k"Ur Kraetke which w interned ( ' a uat had been an American him- Alon iiheWaterfront HARBOR NOTES I here for over two years has been re named the Verdun. err cirrylag vessel and pieces of tim- I':- cn tlie beach of Jarvis Island, Liia i3 a mere speck In the Pa ti:lc. only a mile long and three P'i'.ters of a mile wide. Identity Unknown The identity of the wrecked craft is unkuown. Captain Foster was cruis Izz about all the islets near the equa a laree Quantity of auick silver was tor in search for the missing steam- brought up by the shovel of the Ulsi Waimarino. The Wairuna is ovr- dredger which is working on the re- The schooner J. A. Moffit came in this morning from Kahului, where she has been discharging cargo. She lias 4000 bundles of sbooks for the Standard Oil agency in Honolulu. 'i:f days st this port No trace oi taining wall at Pier 10. How the her cculd be found by the Waimarino. Qalck Bllver got int0 the DarDor in I am sure the parts of a wreck I saw on Jarvis Island were of a vessel tullt on the Pacific coast," said Captain Foster. "I could see what had been the stern of the craft such quantities is unknown. MARINE INTELLIGENCE By Merchants' Exchange San Francisco August 13, arrived, str Sierra (5 p. m.), hence August 7. San Francisco August 13, arrived, str. Enterprise, from Hilo. August 4. Yokohama Augtist 13. arrived, str. Anyo Mara, hence July 29. Yokohama August 13. arrived, str. Shinyo Maru, hence August Z. Bellingham August 14. sailed, bk Benecia, for Kahului. Columbia River August 14, ar rived, sch. Forester, hence July 15. - . PORT OF HONOLULU Str. Arrived August 16, 1917. Sonoma, from San Francisco, OceanicSfieamGhip Co. bVt DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sjdnej, N. & T7. For further particulars apply to i C BREWER & CO., LTD. General Acenti IMson Navigation; Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolnla For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Agent, Honolulu 3, - - - t m. ru. Two vessels of the Toyo Kisen Kaisha line are due off port tomor-: a. m. on tm hh thrh ,v nnwerfni I row morning. The first of these will Schr. Repeat, from Soutu Bend, a Rlass. The only place auch veaseli rerun aru irom san rren am ronRtrurtPrf ar on thi coast. I cisco which has wirelessed her agents. alw) saw the poop deck of the ahip Castle L Cooke, that she will be off ! aad her dory and lumber from the j Port at daylight with 281 passengers. rargo was strewn all along the shore, pae bioena aiaru is aue io arrive ai Srw No Sign of Life I8 o'clock' and will discharge 972 tons "I steamed slowly around the lit- of cargo here. tie Island all one day, but saw no 3igns of life. No one could live J. t. Boyd, who left here as chief there.- as It is absolutely barren. It I engineer of the former German ship is of coral formation and steep on all I Etaatskretar Kraetke, which was tak sides, except where the wreck had en over by the U. S. shipping board, gone up. has written to Honolulu friends that "At Fanning Island I learned of an the vessel is taking on rice and flour American schooner having been de- it San Francisco for shipment to Ha- troyed by fire several degress above rana. through the Panama Canal. At the equator. Th wreck I saw could j Havana the ship Is to load sugar for not nave Deen tne Durneo vessel. I shipment to Philadelphia. He does Captain Fester was 56 days from jnot expect to be back in the Pacific syaney, malting long aetours oy or-1 for three or four months ders of his company in a vara searcn for the Wairuna. Reginald Back, agent In this city for the Union Steamship company, was notified yesterday that the Brit ish admiralty had commandeered the Wairamlno and the Walhemo, a Tea sel about the same size as the Wal i marino. The Waimarino brought. 7000 tons of merchandise to this port. The Claudlne came in this morn ing from Maui ports with more than 100 passengers. She bad 62 in the first cabin and 40 deck passengers Her freight consisted of 45 head of cattle, 20 hogs, 270 bundles of scrap Iron, 29 packages machinery, 10 cases honey, 21S bags of corn, 30 bags of onions, seven crates of chickens, 51 bundles or bags, 345 bags of bottles and 348 packages of sundries. Three big sampans are now under construction In Honolulu. One near i i i i FEAR FELT THAT TWO MORE VESSELS GOING TO SYDNEY ARE LOST r.. tt,. VA mr.r. fM-l to completion is for the liacfarlane a- p.i.a (cannery. Engines capable of develop- iMhown oyceunt la the Francisco Chronicle of August 7. The fi?li !XtK missing ships are the Win slow and .rr"- TZZZ R.C. Slade, ot which the coast paper ?ZS Tor the Call. Ifnm1.nav11nn rnnlne- ttt' which Is While both tht WInalOW and R. C. Lr.rtin. . narkfn nlant in Kakaako. Slade are rery much overdue, and I wm be 65 feet ion a and have mere io k puoBiuuuy iut imj I ensHnea also of 100-hOrseDOWer oeen iosi, we owners poimea out yes- a ca a m a mm wuay ma. reiauves oi. me otucersi Vhm ' n..ni,.. muntA neral of uu utw uccu loei uius .uaicij. ifv. tTnJti States steamboat lnsnec- Two wrecks, which might have been Hrt ..i-vIoa h.. anthorited th in- these ships, have been reported. One 8pectora at Honolulu and Hilo to in was adrift and burned, the other was dor-ft fOP transatlantic and coastwis oa the beach of a South Pacific isl- service licenses of deck officers pre- tnd. Ivloualr Issued for lake and inland Should both vessels have bees I steamers. The authority was granted wrecked, they met their fate In a part (under provisions of the shipping laws of the Pacific that is studded with I which permit such action In an emer- stolla and Islands which are well cov-jgency. The action may tend to re ered with banana and cocoanut trees I lieve the shortage of licensed officers and where there is fresh water and now existing In island waters. food enough to keep survivors alive until auch time as trading schooners Walter Macfarlane is arranging for sight their signals. & cruise of the sampan Kenei Maru The Winslow Is 79 days from 8yd-1 to Palmyra island and it is probable ney for Apia And the Slade 105 days that a number of fishermen win make from Sydney for San Francisco. the voyage for the pleasure ot fishing mm in the waters which surround the is- NEW SHIPBUILDING land- The Kenei Maru can ctrry M DI AHIT flDCHICi umDV many as iz paascngem, Desiaes a cp rLAfil UrtNdy WUKK tain, engineer and stewards. A fine CONFINED TO SAMPANS 100ob Onoin engine was re , cently Installed in the Kenei. A fine Wtthin th Immedlat futur Hono. planned to have the Kenei sail for lulu is to-have a new ship building Palmyra either next Monday or Tues- concera which will confine Its opera-1 y. tlona nrraciDallv to the construction of sampans, although vessels of larger The schooner Louise was at an- typea may be butit In the future. chorage on port this morning and it . Peter Puck, a recent arrival from WM expected tnat sne wouia sail tor the mainland, is the head of the new Apia, Samoa sometime today. She concern.' He has secured a 2-year na8 experienced some trouble In get lease of a site for the plant and ting a crew, as have all the other marine railway from the land board I ninT vessels In port. Seamen are at a rental of $25 a year. o few that the captain or tne A. J. The site is on Ala Moana road, at ; Fuller agreed io pay nis men in tne the corner of -Ward street. A large forecastle $.0 a month for the voyage power schooner Is already under con- to Alaska. This is $10 more than the struction and work on the building union schedule for sailors. The Louise Of marine railway has also started. skipper also ottered $5 more than the s i . mm I union scneauie. ! DAILY REMINDERS I . Str. Claudlne. from Maui, a Departed Str. Manoa, for San Francisco. 12 m. Schr. Louise, for Opia, Samoa. Sail Today Str. Ma una Lea, from Kauai ports, 5 p. m. Str. Sonoma, for Sydney, p. m. Due Tomorrow Str. Persia Maru, from San Francis co, a. m. Str. Siberia Maru, from Yokohama, a. m. Str. Kilauea, from Kona and Kau ports, a. m. Sail Tomorrow Str. Siberia Maru, for San Francis co, p. m. Str. Persia Maru. lor Yokohama, p. m. Str. Claudlne, for Maul, 5 p. m. Due Saturday Str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo, a. m. Sail Saturday Str. Mauna Kea, for Hilo, 3 p. m. Due Sunday Str. Mikabaia, from Maul and Molo- kai ports Str. Kinau, from Kauai ports, a. m. Str. Claudlne, from Kahului, a. m Str. Mauna Loa. from Kauai, a. m, Due Monday Str. Princess Juliana, from San Francisco, a. m. Sail Monday Str. Mauna Loa, for Kauai ports 5 p. ra. Str. Claudlne, twrMaTtf ports, 5 p.m Dua 'Tuesday Str. Wilhelmina, from San Fran cisco, a. m. Str. Goentoer, from Yokohama, a m. Str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo, a. m Sail Tuesday Str. MIkahala, for Maul and Molo- kai ports, 5 p. m. Str. Kilauea. for Kona and Kau ports, 12 noon. Str. Kinau, for Kauai ports, 5 p. m. Due Wednesday Str. Mauna Loa, from Kauai, a. m. Sails Wednesday Str. Matsonia, for San Francisco, 12 m. Str. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports, 10 a. m. Vessels in Port Schr. Robert Lewers, from Port Gamble. Sp. Katherlne, from nitrate ports, J ly 24. Sp. C. E. Moody, from nitrate ports. July 26 William Olsen, from nitrate port. August 14. Str. Matsonia, 'from San Francisco, August 15. Schr. Repeat, from South Bend, August 16. J. A. Moffit, from Kahului, August 16, a. m. U. S. transport Dix, from Belling ham, Washington, August 12. 4 , 4 TOYO KISENrKAlSHA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient For further particulars apply to '' -4. : . . L.CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Agent, Honolulu . " 1 CANADIAN-AUSTRAL ASIAN RDYAi urni . mc Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA. 1UL NET ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA For further particulars apply tU ' mcu. n. uMvitb & uu., uDn General Agents SjBBJBJBJBJBJBJBJiBBJBBBBBJBJBJBJBB PHONE 2295 EEA0HE3 HtiGtacoPccri Co., Ltd. Af KINOS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE wai PASSENGERS EXPECTED A savings account U insurance policy that returns to you its full-face value PLUS interest at the time that you need: it ;Your needniy Wan accident that cuts oil your earn ing poTrer for a while, it may be the result of burglary or it may be only; the opportunity to make a profit able investment that requires a few hundred dollars capitaL;V;:-t-v -y- Why not take, out a policy today, by depositing a dollar in this savings bank, and then putting aside regularly each payday a certain amount. ., .,-,t . Bishop Compciny Savings Department 'fJ Merchant Street , Wanted Two more passengers for Honolulu and the territory of Ha waii are declared to have suffered a distinct loss when the armed Brit- motor party around island. 14 each. ,8a merchant cruiser Avenger was Lewis Garage, phoae 2141. Adv. unit in the Nortn sea recently. This For Distilled water. Hire's Root vessel, Better Known to island snip- Beer and all other Popular - Dr'nks I ping Interests as the Aotearoa, had try the Con. Soda Water Works Co, I only a short time ago been completed Adr. (at a Clyde shipyard for the Union No music lover should be without a I Steamship Co. of New Zealand. She Vlctrola? The world's greatest music was a sister ship to the Niagara, now artists have them for their personal operated on the Canadian-Australasian recreation, why not you? Bergstrom service between Sydney and Vancou Musie Co. ver. touching at Auckland, Suva and i "m I Honolulu Whpn romDleteri h ton The petition of the Queen's hospital taken over by the British admiralty. tor . registration oi uue io oi.oa square feet of land adjoining the hos-1 Honolulu has joined in an effort be pital premises In Miller street, was ins made by business interests along granted today by Circuit Judge Kemp, the Pacific coast of the United States that representation be made at Wash ington to bring about the assignment ot German vessels now in Asiatic wa ters to American shipping firms op erating in the Pacific. Figures com piled by the Chamber of Commerce show that importations from the coast of Asia last year were such that ad ditional tonnage is required to move the products from Japan, China, the Philippine islands and India to sup ply the Hawaiian island demand. It is estimated that the war will more than double the requirements, and thai the German ships now in the far east will be sufficient to meet the demand for tonnage Is assigned to Pacific i trade. By str. Wilhelmina, from San Fran cisco, August 21. C Halllday, Har lan F. Benner, H. H. Brodie, Ralph P. Quarles, Jr., Miss McDonald, J. A. Richards, Miss Edith Kinney, Mrs. 8. J. Carley, Mrs. Maggie Perkins, Miss H. E. Carlson, Mrs. Lucy L. Hazard, Mrs. F. W. Strang. Mrs. C. G. Heiser, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. William K. Luke, Jacob Ordenstein, Mrs. George H. Robinson. Mr. Foresyth, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Byers, Miss Mar lon' Maddux, Miss Isabel Gilmour. M. V. Stelfer, A. McDermid, Miss Z. M. Brickenridge, Orrin W. Robinson, J. F. Haglund. Jr., J. Q. Gill, Miss Louisa Haslop. Miss Gardiser, Mrs. D. Forbes, Master Donald Forbes, Miss Chloe E. Stockwell, Mrs. E. B. Carley, Miss E. F. Mecready, Master Ellison Haz ard, F. W. Strang, C. Heiser. Jr, Mrs. Rea and Infant, Miss Cecyl Hoi Ilday. Miss Muriel Ordenstein, Mr. Waller, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Campbell, Jr., Mr. Byers, Miss Grace Edwards, Mrs. J. G. Eccleston, Miss May C Gilmour, H. S. Hayward, Mrs. A, Mo Dermid. The Kamehameha Schools NEXT SCHOOL YEAR BE GINS SEPT. 10, 1117. APPLICATIONS FOR AD MISSION SHOULD BE MADE EARLY. For application blanks and complete information address E. a WEBSTER, President of Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, T. H. MAKEE BREAKS SHAFT WHILE LEAVING PORT Due to a broken ahaft the James Makee of the Oahu Shipping fleet was unable to continue her voyage to west Hawaii ports after leaving the harbor late Tueaday afternoon. The little Island freighter anchored oft port and remained there during the night This morning she was towed In for repairs by the Kaena. rmiUE Grasslatea EreSls. ' SiEw, Em Inflamed b , , 1 5 iWsiMfWM quickly Un LlUra&aar&BtvysstEytCssuatt Ask CZarta Eye Cxruj C., Cilrrr ' mfrn 93 QUEEN STREET FIREWOOD ANp COAL NE0ERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE To Batavia. Java, via Yoko hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong and . Singapore. r Sailing dates, freight and passenger rates on application. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD For Walanae, Wanuus Kahukra and Way Stations lS ajn., J:20 sjb. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations fT: 30 aura 9:15 a.m,. 11:10 aon- 2:11 p.m. '3:20 pja 5:15 pon 9:30 pjn, fll:15 pb. For Wahlawa and Lellebua ajn.. tUQ pjn, 5:00 pjn. U:10 p.m. For Lellehua t:00 swTj. INWARD Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Walarca and Waiatae : aja, 5:10 P-m. . . . .m Arrive Honolulu irom bw m uo vri City HAS ajn- 8:38 sua 11:0 ff m j 1:33 P--. m 5:30 pan.. 7: pan. . Arrive) Honolulu irom wuw Lellehuar :15 a.m 1:52 pJJt. 3:59 p.m., 7:1J P-tn. rrv. wiiwa limited, a two-hur tram (cnly flrst-clus tickets nenoTed). leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:10 Ajn. for Maieiwa nmn tsumum in Honolulu at 10:10 pjn. The Limltad stops only at Pearl City. Etra Mill ua wuu. r ly. fEzePt sunaay. jaunuj only- . ....r. G. F. . NI80N, r. 8uperlntsndsnt. r LIB " 1 ! F R E I a u. - ' . sr and T I C K I T Also ressrraUcai "y point ca tit ;; malalaad. t WELLS-FAR. OO i CO- 72 a ; KlfiffSUTel. 1St5.. Fred miiM ShlBpIng; tni CommUslon Mtrehantal HsneJuitf Fort and Quttn Sta. Y.TAKAKUWAfiCO. .1 'Llmits4 - -: anltary Cans, weed fined Nuuanu SL, near Ktag st CHOP $UI 93 North King 8trt st Call and see our brand new CHOP SUI HOUSE tveryinirg nn and Clean Tables Ky bj rswawsiaf by phone Honolulu' Leading Chfntta Curia 8tor-.1152 TMuanu 8L, n pS Boclxcio ; of Hawiir Choc DaUcaelea -;: ; H. MAY eVCO, LU i Fhene 1-2-M , D. J. CASHMAM J TENTS AND AWN1NQ8 Luau Tents and Canopies for ftsnt Thirty Yaart Experience Fert 8t, natf Allan, upstairs ; Fhana 14$T ;;,-';. ' ? -. Dn.CAPPS -Optometrist STANDARD OPTICAL CO. ' " -11H Fort 8treet. - r r I. Thexhbxt.eSidtnt tjpewriter in the viaarkct todaj; " , Call-tad'. 23 fcr Yo T10E8. 8UN AND MOON. Date-, f Hlih Hlxh;Eow ' Low ,;, - Tide "Ft of Tide ? 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