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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. WEATHER DELAYS HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DR A YING 0 6' LTD PHONE .4-9.8-1. J; - ' J. J. BEL3ER, Manager. - STORAGE : 1" 65, TO 7rSOUTH QUEL1T CT. SERVICE FIRST - 1 I 7 ; anre iMirsvmrs-s-j ------ w -"Trr v and iPasseni&rs!- TEMPORARY SEMI-WEEKLY SCHEDULE OF STEAMER "KINAU" EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 26, 1917. First Trip Leave Honolulu every Monday at 5 p. m. for NawiliwUi, Aaukinl and Koloa. Returning leave" Nawiliirfli every Tuesday, at" 5 p. "ml" Arriving at Honolulu Wednesday a. m. Second Trip Leave Honolulu every Wednesday at 5 p. m. for Nawiliwili, port Allen, Makaweli and Waimea, taking passengers and mail only, for Nawiliwili. Passengers for other ports will dis embark at Port Allen. Returning, leave Waimea Friday at 4 p. m., and Port Allen at 5 p. m Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m. The Service to Windward Kauai Ports will continue the same at in the past. Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. HONOLULU. T. H, NOVEMBER 21, 1917. In an address delivered at the christening of the schooner Puck," Sat urday, the first one ever built in the Hawaiian Islands, her proposed use in the island trade was explained by D. J. Doelvers, a partner of Knaack & Co., contractors, who had ' the boat con structed. She was built in the new Peter Puck shipbuilding yard on Ala Moana road during the last three months. In part Mr. Doelvers said: -This - boat was built to help over come the shortage of cargo space -in the inter-island- trade, especially m the h transportation of firewood. A newly formed corporation has a sup; ply ? of , ohia wood on their land in South Kona which will last for several years to come. "It is-the intention of the company to use the timber of, the holdings ex clusively for fire wood, purposes. .Con tracts have been closed with various plantations' and other users of large quantities of firewood, and with the help of this boat we hope to fulfil our obligations. The South Kona Firewood & Ship ping Co. in selecting a name for this boat has chosen one which it hopes will always cause her to do her duty with the same joy and living spirit, as the night ghost after whom this boat shall be named the ghost which is still known to the seafaring peoples of Northern Europe, and especially Eng "In choosing that name we hope to keep .' her absolutely safe " from ,any mischance, especially at nights,' and we' hope that the spirits of her god father will watch" over her all the time, not only at nights, but also dur ing the days, on the high sea or in safe port It-was after this that the vesse was christened Puck. She was not launched Saturday as first Intended as it was desired to wait for favorable weather conditions. Quite a crowd of interested spectators witnessed the christening, The Puck has a gasoline engine o 120 horse power. She is 75 feet long, 22 feet wide and a draft of 12 feet. Her capacity is 75 cords of fire wood The second vessel of the fleet wil be launched within another month and the third in February or March o next year. An Oceanic steamer in port today brought more 'Honolulu passengers than any steamer of that line for sev eral months. "There .were nearly ; 80 passengers of all "three classes who left the. vessel this morntas after her arrival in port x ? " Two deports from the united states were taken In custody -aboard the steamer by the local police and held during the day a The only freight for Honolulu waf 22 cases of Wells Fargo goods and several days' coast mail. Miss A. England a local business woman, was one of the arrivals. Rev J. K. Dunne ana Rev. M. J. O'Callahan, two Catholic priests of 8eattle. are making an ocean voyage for their. health. -.They were undecided this morning whether to remain over In'. Honolulu or proceed on to Pago- Pago before turning back to the main land. .- Ginger" .Mayne of Hall & Sons re turned from an extended business and SPORTS YOUNG RECK pleasure trip to the mainland. Mrs.Jlieved the: monotony in. the. latter in- DEFEAT INFANTS (HpeeUl Siar-Bulilin ?oroan4t&e) SCHO FIELD BARRACKS, Nov. 25. Company A,. 25th . Infantry, took Company H; 32nd Infantry, in tow. this afternoon :at the' post: atkletic park, and when the end of the game brought tabulation of box: score . it was. found that : Goliah's gang had 4 accumulated eleven I runs, ; while , Company H amassed five. . Jasper and . Buckland hooked up in what started out as a pitchers' battle. However, the second frame dissipated such thoughts, :, the cannonading of the A batteries com mencins in that frame, thirteen hits being scattered through . the .various Innings thereafter. Jasper . breezed eleg fine for four atanzes, passing through that period without apparent labor. 'He took it still easier in the fifth- result, five runs and .four hits. That was enough for Mr. Jasper, Davis assuming the pitcher's burden in the sixth and blanked the Castner aggre gation, so far as scores are concerned. though three hits and one ..walk re OceamiBcSiieainnidlhiSip e0 54 DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO - Begnlar Sailings to San Francisco "and Sydney, IT, S. !V7. For further particulars, apply to , C. BREWER & CO., LTD. v General ACenls i Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu : ! t: For further particulars apply to : t CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu HARBOR NOTES I Word was received Saturday from the secretary of commerce that permission had been given to change the name of the Inter-Island steamer Doris to Onomea. The Japanese steamer Kiku Maru .was expected , to . arrive , in, -HUo bay Saturday " and she will take on "board all the machinery that formerly was used at Kukaiau mill and which has been dismantled and sold to Jap anese interests for use in Formosa. SUGAR ON HAWAII The following amount of sugar was reported awaiting shipment on Ha waii Friday: Olaa, 1956; Pepeekeo, 4956; Laupa- hoehoe, 3595; Kaiwiki, 4794; Hama kua mill. 6806; Punaluu, 4300; Ho- unUapo, 9000. A Japanese, charged with peddling Intoxicating liquor at Schofield Bar racks, was arrested last week by sen tries and will be turned over to Mar shal J. J Km'ddv today. The man is held at the Tmt stockade. in? r3 A cause for ving that, despite the scarcity of sugar, every effort will be, continued to supply you with your favorite Candies Mayne and son wlU return by a later boat. Capt. J. H. Dawson, master of the vessel, said he had no direct Infor mation that the Oceanic liners were to be withdrawn from the Australian run. and sent to the Atlanic, although he had heard the report before leav ing San Francisco. . - mm X I PASSENGERS ARRIVED By an Oceanic steamer which Is in port today from San Francisco: Mra T. S. Andrews, C. G. Ballen tyne and wife, Mrs. F. Barnes, Mrs. A. Bernard, E.: P. Board man end wife, George Chalmers and wife, Mrs. W. W. Chamberlain, R. H. Coleman, W. W. Cruikshank and wife, Miss I. Dayton, Rev. J. K. Dunn, F. E. East man, Mrs. G. Edgerley, Miss A. Eng land, J. Esola, A. G. Fase, wife and child, G. E.-Fisher, and wife, Miss L. Fluno, Mrs. W. L. Frazee, M. Gold stein, J. M. Grant, J. T. Jacobsen and wife, Miss V. R. Jordan,. J. J. Van Keulen and wife, Miss C. M. Kelly. Miss M. Kuster, Mrs. M. Lincoln, L Lindsay, Jr., wife and two children, Miss V. Lonstorf; Mrs. E. E. Luman, J A. McCandless and wife, Miss Mc- Elroy, M. McManon,, n.. wayne. Miss E. Milhous,i Rev. M, Jr O. Calla han. J. W. .Roeitioai.Mt&, E. A. Rw Ross, H. Schultz,VMi8 .V. Thomas, Mrs. E. B. Tullock Miss E. Tullock, Miss H. Ulrich, MissfR. West, F. H. Ward, Miss F. ward,: Mrs. J. Dupont and two children,! J. E. Frank, H. B. Goldberg, wife and two children, J. O. Evans, wife and seven children. Miss A. Hall, Miss P, Hall, C. A. Johnson, T. C. KeithleyA. H. Perry and four children, Miss M. Strong, K. Taniga- wa, W. R. Warren, L. Margie, F. Mus pratt, E. Muspratt, A. Perry, G. Per ry, R. G. Raymond, G. H. Rhodes and E. Tatsumi. nines. Goliah and Fitzpatrick 1 were the heavy hitters of the f ray . with a rousing, homer each. Zearie gathered a three-baggers Fitzpatrick would also have had one had he not Merklerized the second hassock, and loses two bases on the credit of his clout, f It waa a peach. He did not neglect -to puncture the sacks with ; his : hoofs when he made the clreuit swat. Con nolly, : Flannigan, Thompson.; ; Moore, Hawkins and Goliah , contributed stunts In the fielding line.. Box score: -:' . COMPANY H AB RBHPO A E Fitzpatrick, 3b ..... 5 12 101 Farmer, r.f. ........ 5 0 0 2 0 1 Hayes. 2b. . 4 0 0 1 0 2 Buckland, p. ....... 4 0 0 0 1 p Thompson, l.f . 4 1 2 2 0 0 Zearie, c.f 4 13 1 0 0 Flannigan, lb ...... 4 0 0 7 1 0 Gabriel, c. ......... 3 11 7 0 0 Connolly, ss. 2 11 3 3 0 Totals .33 3 9 24 5 i COMPANY A AB RBHPO A E Dandridge, ct 5 2 2 0 0 0 Moore, ss 5 3 3 0 0 0 Hawkins; lb ....... 5 1 2 11 0 1 Goliath, 2b ......... 5 11 4 2 1 Ward, 3b .......... 4 1 1110 Johnson, l.f 4 2 2 0 0 0 Butler, r.f; ......... 4 0 I 0 0 ' 0 Gilbert, c. 4 119 0 0 Jasper, p. ...2 0 0 1 2 ') Davis, p. 2 0 0 0 2 Totals 40 11 13 27x 7 2 Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient I " "F 9STLE & COOKEj Ltd., Agent, Honolulu m. CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL. LINE '-; Regular Sailings to BRITISH C0LTO3IA, FIJI, NEW , ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA 1 ! For further particulars apply to ; - j THE0; H. DAVIES & C0i; LTD.; General Agents" ; PHONE 2295 REACHES ; Hustace-Peck Co-i Ltd. ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. - FIREWOOD AND COAL' V . -;s''" 'J " ' " '-;'V: t: ' '' P O. BOX 212 93 QUEEN STREET i Pacific IU3aiI $teamshifJiCpi ! Regular tailings to the Orient. and to San Franclacq. -vl'";.." - ' For further particular apply to y'v. -i- iV; . S. W. GOOD, Agent. 80 Merchant St i ihone;6299 Notwithstanding that the Government has cut down the sugar supply of all candy-makers, the quality of these de lightful confections will be maintained at the highest standard. 3& FOR SALE BY J. M. Levy & Co., King St H. May & Co., Ltd., Fort St Chambers Drug Store v Hollister Drug store 300 ACRES OF LAND WILL BE DISPOSED OF ON HAWAII SOON (SDMifcl Str-Bvi:atta CorrMpen4ae) Jtiii-O. .Nov. 23. Mora than 2ou ap plications have been made for par ticlpation in the drawing for 17 land lots which is to take place on Febru ary 7 and which will dispose of 300 acres of land, the lease of which has expired. The land is located at Hono- hina. near Hakalau. The tract of land is now under cane, ncluding some young rattoons and some big cane which is to be cut very soon. The homestead lots are divided up into areas ranging from eight to IB acres and the crops raised upon them n the past have, been very heavy. The value of the lots varies from J80 to S100 an acre, and the whole tract is to be disposed of for home stead purposes. The opening up oi the tract was approved of by Governor Pinkham on November 10, and applica tions for lots will be received up till January 21. MIXED DOUBLES WILL BE PLAYED TODAY The first round of the mixed doubles event of the patriotic tennis tourna ment will be staged at the Hawaii Polo and Racing club courts on Mon Polo and Kacing club courts this afternoon at four o'clock. At tna; time Miss Maile Vicars and A. L. Cas tle will meet Mrs. Graham and Os wald Mayall. The second round of play will be held on Wednesday, when the winner of Monday's match meets Mrs. August Schaefer and Billy Warren. Miss Ajicb Hopper and William Eklund will meet Miss Ruth Anderson and Atherton Richards on the other court Wednes day. The finals will be played on Fri day afternoon. NATIONAL GUARD IS LEAVING ENCAMPMENT With the departure of troops daily for their homes, Camp Liliuokalani is dwindling rapidly and Thursday ol this week will see the last tent peg pulled in the 1917 encampment of the National Guard of Hawaii. This afternoon at 5 o'clock a com pany of the Kauai battalion will leave for Kauai. Yesterday at noon the Oahu troops reached the city. These men marched down King street from the Oahu railway depot and made a good appearance as they swung by. It was evident - that . the two weeks training had been beneficiaL y''-: . En route from a French port to Port land, Me., the British steamer Mar coni is reported? sunk. ,:.7.-; , xFitzpatrick out for not touching second. Co. A 02203013 x 11 Co H 0 0005000 05 Struck out By Buckland 5, by Jas per 6, : by Davis 3. Bases on balls- Off Buckland 1, off Davis 1. . Stolen base Hawkins. Umpires Swinton and Davis. Time of game 1 : 50. ttfttttt ATHLETIC OFFICERS TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT . " f Athletic officers of every regl- f ment at Schofield have been re- f qested to be present at the big athletic meeting which will be held at tlie Pan-Pacific rooms at f 244 Hotel St. on Tuesday even- -f ing at 7:30. The athletic officers from Fort Shafter, Fort De Rus- t -f sey, Fort Kamehameha, Fort -f Ruger and Fort Armstrong will -t- be present as well as represents- -f -f tives of schools and athletic f clubs. f The committee has asked that -t-all athletic officers make ar- f rangements to be there in per- -f son, and failing to do so, send a -f f proxy, as a number of matters in- eluding discussion of the Hilo- -f Kilauea race, the Army and Navy -f Y. M. C. A. indoor meet and gen- eral athletics will be discussed. 4- 4-. 4- -f mm -: It takes a bigger man to take' than to give suggestions. We suggest a few ads In the Star-Bulletin! A Perfect Day should end as well as begin with a perfect food,8ay Grape Nuts with cream. A crisp, delicious food, containing the entire ; nutriment of whole wheat and barley, including the vital mineral elements, so richly provided by ' Nature in these grains.' ' Every table should have its daily ration of Grape-Nuts. " ' ' ; 'There's a Reasoii NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM - LLOYD JOINT SERVICE To Batavia, Java, via Yoko hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong and Singapore. Sailing dates, freight and passenger rates on application. -.. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9 :15 a, m 3.:20 p.m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Wa7 Stations 17: 30 a. m., . 9:15 a. m.. 11:30 tun., 2:15 pjn, 3:20 pan, 5:15 pjn., 59:30 p.m., tll:15 pan. For Wahiawa and Lellehua 1L02 a.m.. 2:40 p.m., 5:00 p.m, 11:30 p.m. ' Fox Leilehua 16:00 a.m. mm? F R E I Q H T, i,'CKET8 W Point oa til Mainland. . "S8.FAR.' GO CO., 72 Q.' Kfl St, Tel. 1513 Most Complete Line of Chlneit . .' , Good at ; - FONG INN CO. Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curia Storc-1152 Nuuanu g;vnr. Pauihl . : Shipping and COMMISSION ; V ' . . 'Merchants '" ' FRED L.' WALDRON, LTD Fort A Queen Sta.- v ' Honolulu INWARD Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Waialua and Waianae 8: 36 ajn 5:30 p.m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City f7: 45 a.m 8:36 a,nL, 11:02 a.m l:38 p.m., -:z p.m., 5:30 p.m.. 7:28 p.m. ' Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Lellehua 9:15 a.m ;1:63 p.m 3:59 p.m.. 7:13 p.m. , The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored;, leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. m. for Haleiwa noiei; returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Umlted stops only at Petri City. Ewa MU1 and Waianae. Daily. tExcept Sunday. JSunday Telephone 3375 V 1116 Fort St The Standard Optical Co. OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS ' ' ; . Pantheon Block Walter I. Seymour -Pres. & Mgr. - i- CHCf SUI 93 Nortn King . Street Catl and 6ee our brand new CHOP SUI HOUSE ' Everything Neat and Clean Tablet may be reserved by phono r. . : No. 1713 . ; ' - Chocolates for the Holidays.' Henry May & Co ' Limited. Distributors: A. great . assortment of beautifully printed and il lustrated '-C v Christmas BOOKS for Children including all - those in the Library of Hawaii 's Christmas Display. vpAPETERIES CHRISTMAS CARDS Hawaiian New -Co., idr : YoungHotel Bldg. ; ; - (: , .Bishop Street TIDES, SUN AND MOON. Date Hlsh High Tide Ht of Tide Large Tide Small , Low- Low. : ; y ;: l- Hlaei . Tide Tide V.'-.Sna ) : Sua V; ad ' Large 'Small Rlati . " SetJ :. Sats A.M. . FT. I P.M. PI. ; A.M. Nov. 26 ... 2:12 :;T;"", 27 2:53' 28 .......... ! " 29 3:33 4:15 w:so Dec .1 k 4:54 5?34 6:13 2.1 2.3 2.4 2.3' 2.3 2.2 2.0 1:34 2; 24 3:11 3:54 4:43 5:33 6:32 7:30 8:06 8:43 9:21 !:9:06 9:59 10:47: 11:34 - '-P.M. 9:58 ' 12:20 -10:35?; 1:08 11:16-1:52 6:21 6:21 6:22' 6:23 6:23 6:24 6::3 5:17 5:17 5:17 5:17 5:17 5:18 5:1S Eats 4:12 5:13 . 6.2Z uU moon, Ko7. 2V at 8:10 a.