Newspaper Page Text
HONOLULU grAK-i5ULLLTrN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 51917.
n n ' n- J s- MM tm MARU BRINGS I? PASSENGERS HERE Harold Moroney, official representa tive of the Army and Nayy News, is returning to New York aboard a Jap anese liner after a six-months' busi ness trip through tho Orient, He was in Manila, China and Japan, in his of ficial capacity, as special correspon dent fop the semi-official military publication. He will remain a short time in Honolulu. A number of Russians, said to be on a diplomatic mission to Washington, are aboard the Japanese liner. When questioned as to their idenity or their trip to the national capital, they re fused to talk. They are P. Apsotoloff, A. Groozinoff, George Lordkipanidize, N. I'etrov, V. Proffen, D. Slubodinsky, Alexander Toutchisoff, and Sverge Zciaguine. Several prominent Japanese busi nessmen are aboard the liner, bound loathe east. '"M. Isimura is manager of the Yamashita Steamship Co. .of London, and is bound tor England. 1 Kimura, member of the Furukawa Gomei Kaisha, of New York, is return ing to the eastern city on business. S. Takagi, son of Baron Takagi, prom inent physician of Japan, is bound for San Francisco. He is an official of the Mitsui Bussan Kaisha. The weather coming across from Ja pan was excellent, although while two days outside of Yokohama the winds held the ship back. Officers of the ship had not been notified of the Ger man sea raider in the South Pacific. One of the ship's officers when asked if any further notice had been given the American employes of the compa ny that hereafter the Japanese would occupy their positions, declared that nothing official had been given out by the company. He declared it; was mostly rumor, and did not believe any such steps would be taken. Seventeen passengers are booked for Honolulu, antont them being C. H. Itattrey and Mr.fand Mrs. F. Snowden, who have been in the Orient for some time. ; About 2,500 carloads of food and supplies are being delivered daily by railroads at the various draft and na tional guard camps. Watch Our Windows! for the November display of Topaz Jewelry. Your old jewelry remodeled on modern lines. , . , We manufacture rings) brooches and lavaliers in platinum as well as gold. H. Gulman Co., Ltd. 1112 Fort St. We can 77 ham 1 When you were a school boy, do you remember the laughter that greeted the appearance pi that ill dressed new comer r Do vou recall his embarrassment? Later on you found he was as bright as any body in the class. Remember how surprised you were! His appearance was against him. Vou could not reconcile so careless an attire with abilitv and brains. ill On a larger scale this happens in business every day. Ability, poorly dressed, tries to :r.ct hearing and fails, because the busy mercluv hasn't time to investigate everyone who mi; have ability, but who doesn't look his part. Mclnerny clothes will help you look your part. They have real individual ity, not only in fit and material, but i:i style and workmanship. Sack Suits $60 Dinner1 Suits $80 Dress Suits $100 Special Shantung Pongee Suits $45 SEVEN STEAMERS I ARRIVE, KEEPING FOSTER ON JUMP It has been months since there was so much shipping In port as there is today, with at least two more vessels expected to arrive before evening. Ho- Jnolulu- water front docking faculties were taxed to the very limits, the ar rivals being spread all away along the front from the railroad wharf to the naval slip. Much of , the excessive shipping was unexpected, until late radio advices were received by the customs, quaran tine,, naval and harbor officials late yesterday evening. Three of the ar rivals were scheduled ones, but a steamer due in port yesterday failed to get to Honolulu until this morning and a Putch .steamer scheduled to ar rive from th6 Orient came- in a day or sooner than expected. Unreported vessels, Including two "tankers and a schooner, were other arrivals which helped to add to Har bor Master Foster's problem of find ing wharves for all the ships. For the first time for many months a passenger steamer was docked at the makai end of pier 16 on the Ewa side. Farther up the dock ahead of her there are a couple of Oahu Shipping Co. boats and a deep sea schooner. A United tanker was the first to be given pratique and she was quickly followed by the Maru from San Fran cisco. Then an Associated tanker passed quarantine and quickly follow ing her came a putch steamer and also a Maru from: the Orient. It was about 9:30 o'clock when the last of these vessels mentioned -was docked, and at the same hour an Oceanic liner was sighted. ' Two' more vessels, a government transport from Manila and a Dutch ship from San Francisco, are expected ! to arrive before evening. If these i come in as expected it will make nine arrivals of transpacific ships today. 6tmcU1 Cable tn Niopu Jlji) YOKOHAMA. Nov. 5. The Toyo Risen Kaisha liner Tenyo Maru, which ran aground near the entrance to To-1 kio.bay, is expected to be pulled off the rocks today. Scores of tugboats and small craft have gone to her as sistance. . 7. f , Just how thff accident occurred has not been learned. '"The Tenyo was on her way to Honolulu when she ground ed. All the passengers were immedi ately taken off. The extent of . the make your TENYO GROUNDS IN li BAY I McMERNY j Carrier Fort and Merchant Streets TAKES TREASURE TOTlORiT Only a limited amount of the 2400 tons of through freight aboard, a Maru steamer in port today Is steel and treasure, and none of the steol is plates. There is half a million dol lars: worth of silver metal in the car go which is consigned to an Oriental mint. . There was one stopover passeager F. A. Hoflabaugh, aboard the Maru. Of the through passengers a number are government officials. - H. Grebst. former Swedish consul general to New York, is aboard the steamer bound for Stockholm by the Oriental route. . T. S. Lynn, who has been the Chi nese charge d'affaires at the " Chi nese embassy in Brazil, is bemnd for his home. Ho is accompanied by his family, which consists of Mrs. Lynn, four sons and a daughter, : L. A! En5r s is bound . for Kobe where he will take command of a British transport. Dr. H. A. Stone is an American dentist who is going to the Orient to locate. G. Hutchinson, a naval architect, accompanied by Mrs. Hutchinson, is on' his way to Singapore. F. B. Simmons is a member of the big import and export firm of that name in Hongkong. He Ms returning from a business trip to the states." N LONG VOYAGE Fifty-three days out from Sydney, a Viking Navigation Co. motor schoone: tc in nnrt tn tilVro nhnaH flfl Oil. She f 14Q0 tons of copra and nn w Aithm;eh BUiuc uaiunuuu iii-i - -"-- five days out from Sydney the cylin der heads of. the auxiliary engine wer cracked, this has not seriously, inter fered with the vessel's voyage, during which she traveled nearly 70.00 miles. Her course has been far to the east, according to one of the "'ship's crew, who declared the schooner was near to the South American xoast. In all the long voyage the schooner lighted no other ship. Capt. A. G. Svenson is in command' of the schooner, which is bound for Portland. 'damage had, not been ascertained, but hopes are held out that it will prove to be of small consequence and the liner can proceed with her voyage within a few days. The Tenyo Maru is one of fhe finest vesteels under the Toya-KisensKatsha house flag and capable of an average speed of seventeen knots. She is of 6284 registered tonnage and can carry 1000 passengers in all classes. Clothes GOOD TIME MADE ; ill I " 1 2 &jz SERVICE FIRST (Special SUr-Bvtin OorrMuondenet) ' HILO, Nov. 2. Kuhio wharf had an unusual visitor yesterday . morning when the steamship Enterprise went alongside and docked. The steamer was forced to do so on account of the necessity of fitting a new blade to her propeller. It appears that on the voyage down to Hilo from ? the coast the blade dropped off and was lost. : The vessel is being lightened: by the discharge of some fuel oil ; and this will allow of -her being dipped at the bow so that her stern will rise in the air, and the mechanics can get at the propeller and fit a new blade. The Enterprise is expected to leave for the coast soon with a cargo of sugar. STiPSIFOR -V. Marked about his face and still part ially .crippled in, his lower limbs, as the result of contact with pieces of an exploding torpedo, D. Brown, a Scotch man, is aboard a steamer in port to day bound for the Orient, Mr. Brown was on a British steamer when r it was torpedoed by a German sub: marine off the Irish coast. He was in a lower passage-way -when the tor pedo struck the ship, the flying frag ments striking him in the head and knocking him unconscious. He was discovered and taken off with the oth er passengers in the lifeboats, and eventually, landed in Ireland. Mr. Brown is an. irn works man from Calcutta, India, where he is now bound. HARBOR NOTES 1 i a .?The steamer A. J. Chanslor is ex pected4in Hilo .shortly to, load 6,000 tcls ol molasses for the, Western In dustries company, of Crockett, Cali fornia. There are 8,000 tons in tanks there and-4,000 more contracted for but still at the plantations. The steamer James Makee arrived yesterday morning, from Honolulu with a cargo of merchandise for. Jo cal merchants. On her return 'trip the Makee will carry a good cargojo Mahukond and Kona ports. Captai Diggr cf the Wakee- i gmtlfied wltt the amount of freight he is getting l ere to the island points above nam ed. He hopes soon to be able to get down to a regular schedule This will be to the benefit, of the steamer as well as the merchants of Hilo The trade is there, those who should know say, and all that is necessanr is for the merchants and the steam boat people to properly work it up. Hilo Tribune (Nov. 1). Leon S. Grabow came down on the Enterprise as purser. Mr Grabow has made several trips Honolulu, but this is his first trip to Hilo. He has tad a varied experience as purser vas. he was formerly purser of the Roa noke, the ship which was swamped year or so ago off the coast near Santa Barbara. She was loadedto the guards with powder and other war munitions. Captain Dickson and his wife were lost. Grabow was also Snrsef of the steamer Bear ormerl cn the San Francisco-Portland run, which was wrecked off Cape Menclo j,,cf h-inw Eureka, on June 14, fiire. This was nof far south of Hum- boldt bar, where me wu kee was wrecked last summer while ?l" was trying to pull a submarine o f the sands. Grabow is relieving ILL, nussell. who has been cal'ed into the naval reserve i uiuvi it!1. T. ti-.ino The regular monthly meeting oi i c Mipoinna W ill the Woman's lioaru ui be held on Tuesday November b -Z0 in the Cible school room. The Hawaiian committee will have charge of the meeting. Special attention -is called to the missionary service to commemorate the Fiftieth anniver carv of the Woman's Board of Mis sions (of the Atlantic) to be held m the church Sunda? evening, H. under the auspiees of toman uuaiu vi islands. ;." otH r Aiissiuua x. s k v' telegram of congratulation on his promotion to the rank of general vas received by General Pershing, fmm Marshal Joirre. . AMOUS VOL m ENTERPRISE IS MllSBLiE iGATPl - . . ;- .. . : ? , TO THE . ; f (Directly Overlooking the Volcano of Kilauea) COVERS ALL EXPENSES Steamer Mauna Kea sails every Wednesday and Saturday HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO.; LTD. PHONE 4-9-8-1 1 : v : : ; ' For the second time since she has , been calling at this port " a Dutch ., seamer from the Orient is held in quar-, antine today. Upen her first. call here ' on her way via the Panama canal from i Holland to Batavia she was also held. in: quarantine. cTom wuat cau u learned disease is not the cause of the vessel being quarantined, but a failure to-have a proper report of the death and burial at sea of a fourth-class pas senger.: ' '-y'y-:. ' ' Questions directed at the ' water front frequenters as to the reason for the ship being quarantined, however, are answered usually by the reply: "She's a Dutch ship and this one is in Dutch with port officials here." One of the ship's officers says that? the dead passenger a Hollander by the name of Ai M. Grinaendam,' bound for his home from . Batavia, was struck t over the head in Yokohama and - was ( brought aboard bef ore being : given proper medical treatment. A few days out at sea he died from his injuries, t PASSENGERS EXPECTED J I i Passengers Expected The follow! ing passengers are booked to sail by the S. S. Matsonia leaving San Fran cisco November 1, 1917: I A. Huling, ' W. S. Stedman, J. E. Foster, C. Olsen, A: I. Silva; Mr. and Mrs. Fessenden, . Miss W:, Foster, Mrs. C. C. Schell. Mr. ; ana. iirs.5 ju. n. jviisuy, '.uim: .tivacAi Karbtf,; Mrs. Alice Murray Mrs. Choate arid children, Herbert Cuth hert, H. Burkhaus, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bernard, Mrs. H. C. Berggren, T. M. Goodall, Hue M. Luquiens. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hommer, Mrs. ' J. B. j Thompson, Miss Pearl Hewitt, Miss Martha Chlckering, Miss A. M. Eng land, Mrs. A. H. Mix, Mrs. Charles C, Kilby, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Guilfoil, a. G. Budge, Miss Belle McRoberts, Francis Gay, H. Von Holt, Mrs. Su sanna Armour,' Miss M. Butt Mrs. F. E.-Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. John : Watt, Mrs. W. T. Dunn, Mrs.. Joseph Scow croft, C. R. Smeade, AfhResMott-Smith, Frank Waitfield, Mrs. "J.Mdrade, M. Klentner, Miss Schmeik Mr. aud Mrs. A". F. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. E. ll Tenney, James Fenwick. . Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. McCandless, Miss Popple ton, 4iH F. A. Huling, Mrs. WV S. btedman, T. B. Lyons,, V. Brandage, R. C. O'Connor, Mrs.rAJden, Mr. and Mrs. V. Li. Porter, R. A.' Schell, Mr?. J. S.: Warren, Mrs. Helen "M. .Raynioncj, Mrs. G.' L. Bergman, Mrs. J, A. Oil man, F. V. Owen, A. H. Ford, It. C. Berggren, F. R. Zelliff. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kopstad, Mrs. Emma C. Luquiec?, Miss Violet' Searby, Mr. and Airs. August Haneberg, Miss Sadie Hitch cock, Mrs. R, A. McWayne, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fernandez, Master Morgan M. Kilby, Miss Marie Boklund, A. Lewis, Jr., Senator and Mrs. W. C. Pitt, Mrs, Ida Skinner, Mrs. H. Von Holt, -Alis3 Dora Hook, Miss M. Browa, Mrs. E. J. Kelly, Miss E. Werthmuller, Mr. and Mrs Bockus, Mr. and Mrs. Scowcroft, Dr. P. J. Mermod, F. R. WerthmueKer, W. P. Morgan, J. AndradJ, Judge and Mrs, J. U Coke, Frank Harlocker, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bergsman and children, Mr and Mrs. George Slierraan, Walter Coombs, H. S. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Hunt, Mrs. H. Focke, Fred erick L! Jullerat, W. , Frear, ' Mrs. S. V. Earnes, Dr. C. B.;Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bates S. M. Stock, Miss M. J. Walker, T. Imai. The steamer Enterprise on her last trin from the coast to Hilo had the misfortune td break one of the blades of her propeller. It was necessary to make repairs before leaving, so the Hilo Iron Works undertook to do the work without placing the Enter prise in drydock, and this was suc cessfully accomplished. The vessel was loaded down at the head suffi ciently to expose the propeller and the vessel was towed to Kuhio wharf, where the work was done; Hilo Tribune. iATS Straw Felt Forms All kinds of Hat Cleaning . T. OZU HAT STORE . Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu Street. OFP Ci it" " DllTiSTEAMERs lISfARAlTiED r. 1.-. : -. - . . . -.4 ' . HOUSE . i : J. J. BELSER, Hanager. ' SOUTH OUEEIT ST. V2 DAYS TO Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. W. ' ... . ,' x . ".. . , v . .- ' . .: .... . ' . 1 - - v ;. For.further particulars apply,t'o-i C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agents v Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu ; For further particulars apply to . CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu TOYO IOSEN-KAISHA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient For further particulars apply to . CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu : CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, HEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA ; For further particulars apply to : THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents . , PHONE 2295 REACHES : ALL KINDS OF ROCK 'AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK, :, - v. . FIREWOOD (AND COAL ; 93 QUEEN STREET : : ? NEDERLANmROYADMAlL: c 'L-yTRfe-.?1:" T ROTTERDAM LLOYD t 3 JOINT SERVICE ltr 50 reseation3 . juiii 1 ouuvtuu I lowz 5ustu v any point cn tha To Batavia; Java, via Toko- J&hr, inland, hama, : , Nagasaki,- Hongkong Vf io Tcott and Singapore, Sailing ;dates, ; c slS King stv Tel. 1313 freight-antV passenger rateAvCn - - ; - application. ! v ; ; Most, Complete Line ot Chinest A '--a 1 '; I" 1 ' :: '- S- : Good- at " , , - C. Brewer Co., Ltd.,; Agents FONG INN CO OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE! i : 'r '2 " . ' . " f For Waianae, Waialua, Kabuku and ; : Shipping and Way Stations 9: 15 a. m.. 3: 20 pui. POMMT CI QTHTM . For Pearl City, Ewa, Mill and Way VmiVllOSlUiN ..... StationS-t7:S0 a. in. V- ' FRED L. WALDRON, LTD. ll:S0 a7m2:U p.m.,:;3:20?p.m. Tort & Queen Sts.' Honolufu 5:15 p.m., J9:30'p.m tH:15 pjn. L. , - For Wabiawa and Leilehua 11.02 ',;.,!,. . '.. , : ' a.m., 2:40 P-CU- 5:00 p.m 11:30 . . 1, Teiapnone 3375 , 1116 Fort St. p.m. ' For Leiiehua ts:oo a.in. The Standard Optical Co. . ' . . OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS 1 INWARD ' Pantheon Block . Arrive Honolulu from Kaknku, tWaIter I. SeymourPres. & Mgr. Waialua and Waianae 3: 35 ajn 5:30 p.m. ':' : ; : -; 'f, . :;V: - 4 -; ' Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17145 a. nu 8:36 a.nu 11:02 a.m, 1:38 p.m.,' 4:24, pjn 5:30 p.m., 7:28 p.m. rj 7; rrive Honolulu" from Wahiawa and Leilebua 9 : 15 a.m ; 1 : 53 pjn., f 3 : 59 p.m., 7:13 p.m. 7 '7r; . :" ';;,7": Tho Kaleiwa Limited, : a two-hour train (only first-ciass tickets bonoredj. leaves Honolulu every sunaay at a. m, for Haleiwa Hotel; returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. ml Tbe Limited stops only at Pecrl City: Ewa iliil and Waianae. 7 ... Daily. jExcept Sunday. JSundaj CHCK SUI 93 North King Street 7 Call and see our brand new 7 " CHOP SUI HOUSE Everything Neat and' Clean Tables may be reserved by phone No. .1713 :v--7-:-7 THE J. S. WINVICK CO. Paper Hanging ar. Decorating Rear Stangenwald BIdj. Phone 3134 Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Buy your gasoline 5TATinsr Rear of Boston Bldg TIDES, SUN High -. High Tide ITt.of Tide Lars Tide Small Date A.M. . FT, PL Nor. -10:03 -11:161, ", - i ' . .- i '- v A.M- i 0:Q- -. ,12:00 v 12:417 '1:20 a 6 7:: 9:29,.1.T .i. . .10:23.' . 1.6 rSSf 8 ......-11:1 1 . 0:44 1:207 1.4 1.6 l.S : r SAN FRANCISCO - ; j : p. o. box ; 212 L. AYAU SHOE CO. Sole Agent3 for W. L. Douglas . ' - Shoes. Phone 2S63 1005 Nuuanu, nr. King mmM Steel-board arch files. rery attractive in appear ance and far superior, in service - to the wooden bo.ird file. 7'7 7: Hawaiian Nevs Co., Ltd. , YoungEotel Bld. , Bishop Street AND. MOON. ; M0C3 Rises Sua"--7' acd . Set3 '-;StJ Low' Tide ; Large Low; Tide Small Son : RI30J -P.JL 7 A.SL 3?3 ::i 4:35 5:13 5i4. 0:23 1:49 3:40 6:07 6:03 6:09 5:20 5:20 5:20 11 0:i: 6:10 5:19 6:10. 5:13 0:D 6:33 6:55 7:20 6:33 7:34 8:25 6:10 6:10 6:11. 5:13 5:13 1: '9 10 11 - - ' r i 1:53 Last quarter cf theciocr.