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Canadian -Australian
Royal
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COMPANY
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pages , 5, or 8.)
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uwil lii' Hi"' IllKll Hrhool AI'h HPrviceM I
u'lv not i iiilli i.l. Mr h ihullKllt to1
lL- llt'lIK tlt 1.
- Steamer of the above line, running In connection with tho CANADIAN
'FACrPIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, D. C. and Sydney, N.
B, W., and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolulu and Drlsbane, Q.
Buo at Honolulu on or about tho dates uolow stated, viz:
' FOR AUSTRALIA.
MO AN A JAN. 17
MIOWERA FEB. 14
LAORANGI MARCH 14
MOAN A APRIL 11
FOR VANCOUVER.
MIOWERA JAN. 14
AORANGI FEB. 11
MO AN A MARCH 11
MIOWERA APRIL 8
AORANGI MAY 0
Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both
Up and Down Voyages
H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co.
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
ort on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. I FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC JAN. 10
AMERICA MARU JAN. 17
KOREA JAN. 27
GAELIC FEB. 4
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 12
CHINA FEB. 20
TX3RIC FEB. 28
KIPPON MARU MARCH 10
B IBERIA MARCH 18
COPTIC MARCH 26
GAELIC JAN. 13
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 20
CHINA JAN. 30
DORIC FEB. 7
NIPPON MARU FEB. 14
SIBERIA FEB. 24
COPTIC MARCH 3
AMERICA MARU MARCH 10
KOREA MARCH 20
GAELIC MARCH 28
AIUtlVINO.
Thursday, January 15.
8. 8, Allan, Uanfleld, from JCnllU'
lul at 10:30 p. m.
.IIIIVI lllk .1.1. VK'llip) ..".I.
Fninclm.'o, expected In afternoon.
Tliurtmuy, junuury
9. S. Alaskan. Banlleld. from KallUlul
at 10:15 p. m.
Htinr. J. A. UlimmiUH, neurit:, iroin
Kuolau portH at 3 p. in,
SUlir. Charles 1.0V1 woouirary, uurna,
from Illlo at 2:30 p. m.
friuay, January iu.
aim, 'Minimi. W. Thomnson. from
Hanamnulu, Kolon, Wnlmea, Eleele at
5:55 a. in, with 0.833 bass sugar 200 bugs
rice.
Snturday, January 17.
s. S. Mnana. Carey, from Vancouver
and Victoria, duo In morning.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman ,irom 11110 ami
way ports, due about noon.
, T.nliim. Nnnnln. from Lanal.
Maul and Molokol ports, duo in after
noon.
Sunday, January IS.
Ktmr. rinudlno. Parker, from Maul
ports, due early In morning.
Stmr. W. u. Hall, s. 'inompson, irom
Kauai ports, due early In morning.
DEPARTING.
Thursday, January 15.
S. S. Sonoma, Hnrrlman, for 7:15 p.
m.
S. S. Mlowera, Hemming, for Victoria
and Vancouver at 4:30 p. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, for Ana
hola, Kapaa, Klluuea, Hanalei und Ka
llhiwal at 5 p. m.
Am. bark Foohny Suey, Wlllett, for
Kahulul ut 9:15 a. m.
Saturday, January 17.
S. S. Moana, Carey for Suva, Bris
bane and Sydney, probably sail In
afternoon.
America Maru, Going, for the Orient
probably sail about noon.
PASSENGERS.
Arriving.
Per stmr. Nilhau, January 10, from
Hanamaulu J. K. Farley.
Departing.
Per stmr. Mikatmla, January 15, for
Kauai ports Mr. Knudsen and wife, W.
C. Parke. Mrs. 11. P. Fuye, Miss Knud
sen, Mrs. Kruse, R. L. Wilcox, T. R.
Robinson. J. McLellan, Captain C. b.
Johnson, II. A. Jaeger Mr. Kawahana.
KAHULUI.
Arrlvlntr January IE. S. S. Nevadan,
Weedon, from Honolulu.
Denartlnir. Januarv 15. S. S Alaskan.
Banfleld for Honolulu.
GOVEHNMEN
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USE OIL FOR FUEL
OFFICIALS EXAMINE THE OIL
BURNING APPARATUS ON THE
STEAMER ENTERPRISE.
A New Home
Sewing Machine
Is generally regarded as the best Machine
on the market to-day.
For general Information apply to
Oceanic
ieamship Company,
TIME) 0D33XyE)
Th fine Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave this port
M hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA ) JAN. 14 I ZEALANDIA JAN. 9
ALAMEDA JAN. 23
,VENTURA FEB. 4
ALAMEDA FEB. 13
SIERRA FEB. 25
ALAMEDA MARCH 0
VENTURA JAN. 13
ALAMEDA JAN. 2S
SIERRA FEB. 9
SIERRA FEB. 3
ALAMEDA TTEB. IS
SONOMA FEB. 24
Lo.il Boat.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are nr.!
pared to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rail.'oad
from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New YorK by
steamship line to all European .forts.
For further particulars apply to
ELEELE.
Arriving, January 14, Am. bark Wres
tler, Nielsen, from Honolulu.
B! FAR THE
W
T OF ALL
BREMERTON'S THUGS AND HOW
THEY DO UP SAILORS ON SHORE
LEAVE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 8. An ex
amination of the oil-burning apparatus
on the steamer Enterprise was made
yesterday by a 'board of Government
olliclals, and a report on their conclu
sions tvlll be made to Washington. Tho
olliclals were Colonel T. A. Hunbury of
the Lighthouse service; Captain O. C.
Hamlet of the Revenue service, and
Captain J. 1$. Milton of tho Hydro-
graphic Ollice. John F. ureen or me
Navy, who Is a graduate of the Royal
Naval Institute of Marine Engineering
of Holland, was also with the party,
as a representative of Rear-Admiral
Henry Glass, commandant at Verba
Buena Island.
The steamer Enterprise was the first
ocean-going steamship to use oil for
fuel, and her experience has teen
watched with more than ordinary In
terest by representatives of the Gov
ernment, who are under instructions to
report fully upon the practicability of
using oil, instead of coal, for fuel, les
terday's examination of the apparatus
on the Enterprise, while in the line o
their duty, was entirely informal, but
the report that will be forwarded to
Washington will in all probability
highly approve of the methods in use
on the Enterprise, which c.e the em
bodiment of a device that was invented
in this city, and is generally consider
ed to be the most satisfactory manner
of utilizing crude oil tor fuel on steam
ships.
"It is the best method I have yet
seen." said Green, after tho examlna
tlon. "The Government will no doubt
finally adopt some system of oil-burn
ing, but Is waiting for a perfection of
the various methods in vogue. This
system on the Enterprise does away
with the danger from gas accumuia
tion, where there is a superheater, for
the reason that the superheater in this
vessel is in her furnaces, and the su
neriluous cases are consumed, much
on the principle of a Welsback light."
It Is understood that Green will recom
mend the adoption of the system on
Yerba Buena Island.
The Enteprlse, on her last trip to
Hllo, made remarkably irood time, both
going and returning, the Improvement
being credited to the new system of
oil-burning In the furnaces. The fronts
of the boilers as well as the burners
are specially constructed for the use
of oil under the new system.
The Greatest Dander from colds and
influenza Is their tendency to result In
pneumonia. If reasonable care is used
and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tak
en, all danger will 'be avoided. It will
cure a cold or an attack of Influenza
In less time than any other treatment.
It always cures and cures quickly. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., general agents.
In those days while some manufacturers aro flooding tho country with'
worthless sowing machines and Issuing circulars wherein they have copied
tho legitimate claims of reputable companies, many purchasers become be
wildered and puzzled and find It difficult to make a selection. The popularity
that the New Home Machines have earned and which they maintain through
out the world Is evidence of their supe rlorlty and as we have always enjoyed
the enviable reputation of handling only first class machines, there need ba
no hesitation in buying from us. We also handle the Pan-American Hand
Sewing Machine. I
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
KAAHUMANU STREET.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Irwin
(LIMITED)
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Company.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
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DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
FROM NEW YORK.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, to sail about January 31.
S. S. OREGONIAN, to sail about February ..
Freight received at Company's wharf 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail about January 20.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail about February C.
1 and every sixteen days thereafter.
i Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. 20.
! t FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO:
' S, S. NEVADAN, to sail about January 20.
S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail about February 7.
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA:
' S. S. TEXAN, to sail about February 10.
BE. ITciolrfelcl
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Co..
AGENTS.
tM.'B'GB&ER j
1 Guaranteed Pure. None So Gootj I
sold EVEJtTWHERE. rmmrJr
WASHINGTON, January 7. Senator
Foster of Washington having urged the
Navy Department to send ships to
Bremerton Navy Yard, this morning
obtained a report from Captain J. G.
Eaton, who commanded the battle-ship
Oregon from February to August of
last year, during which time the Ore
gon was atfBremerton being overhauled
His report is dated January 0th and
reads In part as follows:
"Shortly after my arrival the com
mandant of the station, then Captain
W. T. Burwell, Issued an order that all
men going on liberty should be re
quired to avoid the town of Bremerton,
march out of the navy yard by the
Charleston gate and take steamer from
Charleston to Seattle. This order was
Issued because men going on liberty
were repeatedly drugged or made drunk
und robbed on the main street of Brem
erton while on their way to the Seattle
steamers.
"Finding their prey escaping them,
the sharks who had congregated in
Bremerton sought other waters, and
for a time, the conditions of affairs Im
proving the order to avoid Bremerton
was abrogated.
"So open and dangerous had these at
tempts upon bluejackets become that I
have known liberty men to be picked
up Insensible and moneyless on the
streets of Bremerton, near the Navy
Yard gate, within twenty minutes of
tile time when they had passed out
clean and sober, with money In th'eir
pockets. It was notorious that there
were in Bremerton men who made their
living by either enticing men-of-war's
men into open gambling hells, which
were located near the Navy Yard gate
or, falling In this, they placed knock
out drops (choral) in the first drink
offered to their victims, who, falling
unconscious were at once robbed.
"After nearly forty years' experience
at many seaports, I have no hesitation
In adding that for open robbery and
organized pillage of bluejackets Brem
erton surpassed all other towns I have
known. Seattle is not particularly not
ed for its saintllness or order, but in
that city men-of-war's men were not
made the special prey of the vicious
clnsses and consequently men going on
liberty were encouraged to make Seat
tle their destination. I consider it due
Seattle to bear testimony to tho caro
and protection extended by the police of
that city to the visiting sailor man in
uniform."
Twenty-five cents pays for a Want
ad in tho Star. A bargain.
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Bail
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PRACTICED WITH GATLING GUNS
Tho coast artillery were given gatllng
gun practice yesterday on the northern
slopes of Diamond Head. The range
was about 850 yards. A total score of
S32 out of possible 5,500 was made which
means that the target was hit 315 times
out of 1,100 shots. This practice ends
tho prescribed season for artillery prac
tice for the year.
DR. MAYS APPOINTED.
Governor Dole yesterday appointed
Dr. W. II. Mays a member of the Board
of Health, to succeed Dr. Sloggett, 10
slgncd. Dr. Mays was at one tlmo a
member of the San Francisco hoard of
Health and Is a well known practitioner
Ills selection was very satisfactory to
tho other members of the board, who
endorsed him.
AI WAS MOULTING.
W. Al an old natl n declared yester
day that his clothes' bothered him and
he would burn some of them. Ho al
so stated that he wanted to set fire to
tho High School building, Tho police
took him Into custody, The old 'man
Is Now Being Erected In
PAWAA
TRACT
.There are only four chances left for
the selection of a homo in this most
popular residence district.
Fort particulars see
W. M. Campbell
AT HIS OFFICE ON PREMISES.
1034 Young Street.
Phone White 2111,
Or Special Agent.
W. M. Minton,
JUDD BUILDING.
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Etlefropolifan mml Co., Ltd
Telephone Rfiain 45
WON & LOUI CO.
Hotel street, near Smith.
Sanitary Plumbers, Tinsmiths, and
Sheet Iron Workers.
Water Pipe and Gutter Work in all
its branches.
Orders filled with dispatch.
OH.TA,
Contractor and lluilder,
House l'nintfii
tf-wp.lo, Sheridan Utrpet. near KJd
Honolulu. H. T
IMPORTER AND
DEALER IN
LIQUORS,
apane8e Provisions.
General Merchandise,
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
C. HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
Telephone White 241L
P. O. Box SOS.
LINOLEUM
New patterns Just received. 2
grades of the Inlaid, and 3
grades of the printed.
RUGS IMPORTED AND AM
ERICAN. All 3izes and grades.
WINDOW SHADES
Several colors, and any size.
BARBER'S CHAIRS MAT
TING. PORCH SCREENS,
FURNITURE COVERINGS,
ETC., ETC.
A full line of New Furniture
for tho Christmas season.
Upholstering, Repairing and
Hand Polishing done by first
class workmen.
Mm I Co.,
Leading Furnlturo
Dealers . . .
King and Bethel Streets.
Phone Main 111.
Twenty-five cents pays for a Want
ad In the Star. A bargain.
DOES THE BUSINESS
A Three-Line Advertisement
(18 words) will bo inserted in
tne STAR'S classified columns
for 25 cents. Each additional
iine at the rato of 10c. extra.
ADVERTISEMENTS IN. THE
CLASSIFIED COLUMNS OF THE
QTAD
BRING QUICK AND SURE RESULTS.
If it is help wanted, or house
for rent, or boarding, 25 cents
covers the investment.
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