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Canadian -Australian Royal
-Btraers of the Above line, running in connection with the CNADIAN
IMQIFIO IvAlLWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, 11. C., anil Sydney, N.
.W., aad calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
Due At llonoluln on or nbout tho dntcs below stated, viz:
MO AN A... SBPTBMBBR
AORANGI NOVH.MBBR Jl
AORANQI OCTOBER 21
MOAN A. NOVHMBER 18
!mo anaT.V.V. . V.V. . . . bBcaainlsn io'miowera -bcembkr ic
Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both
Up and Down Voyages
mm H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'! Agts.
iseanic Steamship Company.
The fins Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave this port
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
BD2RRA NOVEMBER 4
ALAMEDA NOVEMBER 13
BONOMA NOVEMBER 23
ALAMEDA DECEMBER 4
CENTURA DECEMBER 10
ALAMEDA DECEMBER 25
- - - -
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA NOVEMBER 3
ALAMEDA NOVEMBER 18
VENTURA NOVEMBER 24
ALAMEDA DECEMBER 9
SIERRA DECEMBER 15
(for additional and later shipping o
pages 4, B, or 8.)
T1DK8, BUN AND MOON.
New Moon Nov. MUi, at 6:18 p. rn.
W Ft mm i
Nov. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Kites
1G 1.47 1.6 l.tO 7.40 8.20 C.1I S.1S 8.49
17 J.0 1.8 XM 8.18 9.18 CIS 1.18 4.45
IS S.lt 1.9 3,10 8,60 10.08 C.13 6.18 &.41
19 3.48 2.0 3.49 9.S6 10.(0 C.ll B.1T .Sets
20 4.86 2.0 4.30 9.67 11.38 C.14 E.17 C.69
5.19 10.32 12.15 CIS 5.17 7.49
6.10 11.07 12.66 6.16 6.17 8.40
7.1C 11.48 1.40 6.16 S.17 9.80
21 COS 2.0
32 6.S 1.9
Times of tho tide are taken from tho
U. S. CoaBt and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at itnhulu. and Hllo
occur about one hour earlier than at
Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time Is
10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green
wich time, being that of the meridian
of 157 degreoss 30 minutes. The time
whistle blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Is
the same as Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 min
utes. The Sun and moon aro for local
time for the whole group,
Saturday November 21.
S. S. Aorangl. Phllllos, from Victoria
and Vancouver, due.
Stm.. Klnau, Freeman,- from Hllo
and way'ports, due.
Stmr. Lehua, Nnpnla, from Lanai,
Maul and Molokal ports, due.
Sunday, November 22.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, due early In mornln.
Stmr. Maul, W. Honnett, from Maul
ports.'due early In morning.
Stmr. .Maul, W. Bennett, from Maul
ports, due early In morning.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pr
aax4 to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rall.-oad
Em Ban Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New YorK by
Steamship line to all European Porta.
For further particulars apply to
sSkeneral AgexfiB Oceanic S. S. Company.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S- Co.
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Saturday, November 21.
S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, for Suva,
Brisbane and Sydney, probably sail In
The Indoor baseball game at the Y.
M. C. A. tonlcht will be between the
Punahous and the High School. The
game will be called at 8 o'clock sharp.
The teams will play the rouowing men.
Punahou George Waterhouse, c;
Steere, p.; Colburn, lb.; Babbitt, 2U.;
J. Marcalllna, 3b.; Campb'ell, ss.
High School Cameron, c; E. M.
Desha, p.; D. Sherwood, lb.; J. F. Col
burn, 2b.; P. Schmidt, 3b.; Henry Wil
liams, ss.; II. Holt, fielder.
FOOT BALL TODAY.
1I1K ACTION WITH 1IHOAU1) TO
1KJN1J AND RAPID TRANSIT
Treasurer KiiwIUhI this mottling sftve
out the following with regard to
his action In connection with 'the form
of bonds and the Rapid Transit frttn
thk: "The mutilated form of bond which I
forwarded to the Mortgage and Trust
Co. was a form which had passed the
Inspection of Mr. Carter and Auditor
Fisher, and came to me with their o. Ic.
I then sent It forward In the preetse
form in Which Mr. Carter and Mr.
Usher passed It. If It was then Im
perfect or patched or mutilated, Its
imperfection, patches and mutilations
had already received the distinguished
approval of Mr. Carter.
"As to the Rapid Transit franchise, I
prefer that the written documents
should speak, rather than have Mr.
Carter place his malicious construc
tion upon my written opinions. I do
not profess to be the law adviser of tho
Territory of Hawaii. Ever Mr. Carter
ought to know this much."
Miss Alice F. Beard makes the fol
lowing report of the Kona Orphanage
for the month of October.
Wages $ 40 00
Salaries ; 360 00
Food 73 63
Incidental supplies, clothing,
bedding, and feed for stock
and poultry 115 93
Second Game of the Season Punahous
Bteamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
Brt on or about the dates below mentioned-
TOR SAN. FRANCISCO.
CHINA NOV. 27
DORIC ..DEC. 5
NIPPON MARU DEC. 14
SIBERIA DEC. 21
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
KOREA NOV. 25
GAELIC DEC. 2
HONGKONG MARU DEC. 10
CHINA DEC. 19
DORIC DEC. 29
NIPPON MARU JAN. 6
SIBERIA JAN. 14
COPTIC JAN. 22
AMERICA MARU FEB. 1
KOREA FEB. 9
GAELIC FEB. 17
HONGKONG MARU .....FEB. -24
COPTIC DEC. 29
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
KOREA JAN. 16
GAELIC JAN. 23
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 30
CHINA FEB. 9
DORIC FEB. 19
NIPPON MARU FEB. 27
The second game of the football sea
son will be played this after
noon, beginning at 3:30 o'clock at the
new baseball grounds on the extension
of the King street line of cars. The
game will be between the Maile Illmas
and the Punahous. Both teams are In
fine condition and nre about evenly
matched so far as weight Is concerned.
Both teams have been constant in their
practice, and fast work may be ex
pected. The management has made a conces
sion to the enthusiasm of youth, and
all persons under seventeen years of
age will be admitted to the game at
half price, twenty-live cents. Tickets
are on sale at Whitman & Co.'s, and
Pearson & Potters, -f he referee will be
Percy Morse; umpire, Carlos Long;
linesman, E. A. Mott-Smlth. The fol
lowing is the lineup;
Punahou. Center. Maile
Damon, Akina Hatfield
Bush, Judd, Alexander Jarrett
Anderson (Capt.) Vlda
Williamson Clark, (Capt.)
Right Half Back.
Left Hacf Back.
Johnson '. Heilbron
Tfotal $595 56
Mrs. Sallee 1 00
Epworth League and Christian
Endeavor, at Hollywood, Cal.. 2 80
A Friend 2 00
C. M. Cooke 100 00
James B. Wallls, Modesto, Cal.. -5 00
Miss Sarah Cork, 'Modesto, Cal.. 5 00
Y. P. S. C. E. of Christian church
of Modesto, Cal 2 20
A Friend In New York 1 10
J. W. Carruthers, Boston, Mnss.. 1 10
Miss A. Case, New York 3 00
Miss Helen L. James 6 00
Mrs. A. E. Beard, Modesto, Cal.. 1500 00
Taken In at Orphanage 2l 00
Total $1650 10
There are fifty-six children here. We
need a shed for the children to play
under when it rains. We need a laun
dry, we need bath rooms at the boys'
building and we need a school house.
I asked the Board of Education to
build a schoolhouse and supply teach
ers, but it will be two years before they
have any money which they could use
for that purpose. Two of the build
Inss need to be painted. We need an
other tank to insure sufficient water
for the dry season.
A good many people are Inquiring
what we would like for Christmas pre
sents. We need money more than any
thing. Would be very thankful for
clothing especially strong new cloth
Ing, not too light in color. Dry goods
and groceries are always useful. The
children would enjoy apples and nuts,
and books for their library, pictures
for the walls and some of Miller's
candy. We have plenty of toys and
dolls that came last Christmas.
ST geaeral Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
XORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
FROM NEW YORK.
S. S. TEXAN to sail about December 1.
A S. S. ALASKAN, to sail about January 1.
t Freight received at Company's wharf 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at alt
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU!
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail November 21.
and every sixteen days thereat ter, ,
Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No, 20.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO:
, , , S. S , to sail December
t FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA:
,, S. S. AMERICAN to said about December 1.
TEL: IXciclcfelcl fo Co.,
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS.
HABEAUS CORPUS CASE.
A writ of habeas corpus was asked
for yesterday afternoon by J. W. Cath
cart. In behalf of Goto, a Japanese
who was fined $350 for selling liquor
without a license. The writ Is usked
for on Judge Gear's recent decision to
the effect that all crimes punishable
by imprisonment In Oaliu Jail are In
famous crimes and require Grand Jury
indictments, and the petition gives the
first opportunity for an appeal from
By Cable to the Planters' Association.
Fiom Williams, Dlmond & Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 20. The
London price of 88 analysis beets this
day is 8 shillings, 5V4 pence. The last
previous quotation was November 19,
8 shillings, 6 pence.
THE CORNWELL FUNERAL.
The funeral of the late Col. W. II.
Cornwell will take place tomorrow uf
ternoon. About 2 o'clock the casket will
be taken to the Masonic Temple where
Masonic rites will be observed over the
remains. Shortly before 3 the body
will be taken to Central Union church,
where services, under Masonic auspices
will commence at 3 o clock.
Those desiring to uend llowers may
send them to Central Union church be
tween 12:30 and 2 o'clock.
The pallbearers will be S. M. Damon,
Samuel Parker, W. M. Glffard, God
frey Brown, C. P. Iaukea,' Arthur A,
Wilder, Prince David Kawananakoa,
J. M. Dowsett, Robert W. Shingle and
J. F. Bowler.
AT THE MOANA.
The management of the Moana Ho
tel will give a ball on New Year's evo
In the grand dining hull. Similar func
tions In the past have been most high
ly enjoyed 'by tho participants, and the
end of the present year will be marked
by a social gathering at Walklkl which
will probably beat tho record.
SOME HERE, TOO.
There are several measley kids
town. JBroadlnnd (111.), Journal.
Star Want ad pay at once.
TROLLEY ON NUUANU.
Beginning with this morning the
Rapid Transit Company runs its cars
over the newly completed Nuuanu
street section as fa as School street.
,V ten minute service will be maintain
ed over this line -.vhlch runs from
School street down Nuuanu to Bereta
nia, along Beretania to Fort, down
Fort to Allen street past the Naval
Station to the Honolulu Iron Works.
A trial car went over the line yester
As soon as the Nuuanu street -line is
completed to Bates street, the company
will turn 'Its attention to Beretania"
street. The electrrc line will run
straight out this street from Fort to
Alexander street. The section now
operated by the tram system on Puna
hou street from Beretania to Wilder
avenue will be cut out entirely.
THE PADLOCK'S ON THE GATE
A gate will shortly 'be put across
the private road way that runs past
the Walklkl residences of High Sheriff
Brown, Fred Macfarlane and the
Alexander Young Annex Into the Hotel
Annex grounds. The gate will be
placed directly at the Ewa end of the
Annex grounds. It Is claimed that the
Annex management has been bothered
by numerous teams hitching to the
posts in those grounds. The Alexan
der Young Hotel Annex will shortly
open a buffet at Walklkl close to the
Annex and it is claimed that the Idea
In closing the Ewa entrance to the An
nex grounds Is to prevent the visitors
to the Young Annex using the hitch
Ing posts of the older resort.
COTTON TO LEAVE BEIRUT.
WASHINGTON, November 21. Rear
Admiral Cotton has been ordered to
withdraw his fleet from Beirut, Its re
tentlon there being unnecessary.
The Best and
Ever used In Honolulu and Is giving
excellent results. There Is no other
water that has ben so universal In Its
cures and whoso sale and reputation
has extended so rapidly simply by Its
own merits, as a euro for all stomach
liver, kidney and blood diseases.
WITTER WATER it
water, not a boveruge,
ant to take.
Ask us for a booklet.
and is pleas
Corner Fort and King Streets.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COM
PLETE SHIPMENT OK THE 1?AaIUS EG
LENTINE METAL, SPURS, BITS AND
STIRRUPS MANUFACTURED BY FERDI
THEY ARE GUARANTEED NOT TO
RUST OR CHANGE COLOR. ALWAYS BRIL
LIANT IN ANY CLIMATE.
WE ALSO CARRY A LARGE ASSORT
MENT OF GENUINE ENGLISH SADDLES,
AUSTRALIAN SADDLES, AMERICAN SAD
DLES AND A LARGE STOCK OF HARNESS,
COLLARS AND BRIDLES.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
COAST TURKEYS AND
By. leaving your order now the pro
per weight Is certain to be obtained.
It Is Just as easy to order early. Our
turkeys are the best In the market.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOM,
Fort Street. Opposite Wilder Co.
H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r.
First-Class Lunches served with tea.
coffee, coda water, ginger ale or milk.
Smokers Requisites a Specialty.
Contractor end Builder
. House Psinter
Kewalo, Sheridan Street, near King.
Honolulu H. I.
AND PLANTATIy SUPPUES.
:fO. 41 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
Telephone White 241L
P. O. Box 108.
Furniture made to order, UP
and FRENCH POLISHING
done by first class workmen.
Hopp & Co.,
King and Bethel Streets.
Phone Main 111.
Twenty-five cents pays for a Wanl
ad In the Star. A bargain.
Prepare for Winter!
If other paints don't stop the leak, ours will. The Peerless Pre
serving Paint is guaranteed to do the work and to give absolute satisfaction.
Proofs of which are found at the following buildings:
Alexander Young Buillclinji,
Honolulu Brewina Builclinp;,
C Bi-o-w-er m. Co.'m 13uilclljce
New Morgue BuIlcUng
And Many Otliers
We Handle Felt. Pitch and Gravel Eoofs
v i t i i- j ri wo. an
jreeriess irreservjng irami o. u
Closing Out Sale !
20 io 30 per cent Oiscouni
On All Snlcs From
2CS Cents Op
The entire stock must be sold! We
are simply sacrificing the goods in or
der to get tho money out of the stock
aa quickly aa possible.
1G6 HOTFJL STREET.
Is the on" fhsolutely sure
remedy for dandruff, be
cause It penetrates the scalp
cleanses It, corrects tho
cause of dandruff and henco
STOPS FALLING HAIR
which will surely result In
baldness If allowed to con
tinue, PACHECO'S DANDRUFF
Sold by all Druggists and
nt the Union Barber Shop.
Telephone .Main 232.
Want ads In the Star bring quick re
sults, Three links thn.e times for 25
cents. " , t , 1 , '