THE HAWAIIAN 8TAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1908.
Oceanic Steamship Gompany
Leave San Francisco Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu AlTlve San Francisco
nwn 10 DEC. 25 DEC. 30 JAN. 5
JAN 9 JAN. IB
t a xt oft FED. 5
taw an FEB. B
On and alter June 24th, 1098, the
and San Francisco will bo as follows:
nniiND TRIP. S110.00.
In connection with' the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are
prepared to lssuo to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any
yigymvu i , iun TTnlta.i Qtntna nml from
railroad from Ban urancisco 10 uu pumis in iu uu.wv
New York by steamsnip nno to an iuuropeuu uhd.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
. G. Irwin
AGENT8 FOR THE OCEANIC 8TEAMSHIP CO.
C a nad Ian-ftu str ai i an Royal Mail Steamship Co
. .. ti .,
Steamers ot uio aoove iuuh.uo - o.,.i,r
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C., and Sydney
N? S. W, and calUng at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane. Q.
r.. ,. .un AURTPALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
a nn a xrriT NOVEMBER 14
Will call at Fanning Island. ....
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
Theo. H Daies & Co., Ltd., Gen 1 Agents
American - Hawaiian
From Hew York to Honolulu-
rrelght received at all times at the
rROM SAN TRAN. TO HONOLULU
TEXAN TO SAIL DEC. 24
VmGINIAN TO SAIL JAN 3RD
TOOK HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. PLEIADES TO SAIL JAN. IB
Freight received at Company's wharf
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha S. S. Co
teamen of the above companlea will call at Honolulu and leave thli
at a or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THB ORIHNT. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
imovn MAR...TJ DECEMBER 18
KOREA DECEMBER 28
TOK FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD
126 KING ST.
flATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
Schedule S. S. HILONIAN In the
S. S. HILONIAN DEC.
8. a HILONIAN JAN.
S. a HILONIAN FEB.
a S. HHjONIAN MAR.
a a HILONIAN APR.
a S. HILONIAN MAY
a a HILONIAN JUNE
a S. LURLINE of this line leaves
Castle & Gooke
far ytara the Bur's printing office hat been a busy place. We have
lined a reputation for doing good work at fair prloea and dellv ring
ths Job when promised. Few printing offlcee can make a tlmllar
elalm. With addition to our plant we are n a better condition
than ever to handle commerolal printing. r Jr three Llnotypee are
at your eervloe for book and brief work- If you are not a Star
esetemer, send us a trial order; you wnl be pleated with the
5tar Printing Office
M'Oandlsw Building. TtHpheo 809
JAN. 20 JAN. 2C
FEB. 10 FEB. 1C
MAIL 3 awwv.
MAR. 24 MAR. 30
SALOON RATES between Honolulu
SINGLE FARE, $65.00.
& Co., Ltd
In fnnnor-tlon with the CANADIAN
MOANA NOVEMBER 11
MAKTJRA DECEMBER 8
-Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec
Company's wharf, 41st Street, South
FROM SEATTLE TO HONOLULU
PLEIADES TO SAIL JAN 1ST
H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD.,
C. P. Morse,
General Freight Agent
AMERICA MARU. .. .DECEMBER 19
SIBERIA DECEMBER 26
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING.
direct service between San Francisco
Honolulu Leave Honolulu
22ND DEC, 20TH
20TH ' JAN. 2CTH
17TH - FEB. 23RD
17TH MAR. 23RD
14TH APR, 20TH
12TH MAY 18TH
9TH JUNE 15TH
San Francisco for this port direct
TIDEH, SUN AND MOON.
Last Quarter of the Moon Dec. 13th.
5:40 0:33 6:231 1:11
70 ai 8:34' 2:01
Times ot the tide are taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at Kahulul and Hllo
occur about one hour earlier than at
Honolulu. Honolulu standard time is
10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green
wich time, being that ot the meridian
nf 1K7 Hptrrooa 3fl mlnntoa Thn t!mf
whistle blows at 1:30 p. m. which Is I
the same as Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 mln-
' ' t
utes. The Sun and Moon are for local
time for the whole group.
Shipping in Port
(Army and Navy).
S. Iroquois ,Moses, station tug.
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, S. F., Dec. 12.
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, Kelly, S.
F., Nov. 27.
Am. sc. Alice Cooke, Penhallow, Ab
erdeen, Dec. 3.
Am. sc. Helene, Gray's Harbor, Dec.
Am. sc. C. A. Thayer, Peterson, Ab
erdeen, Dec. 9.
Am. bk. St. Katherlne, Saunders,
S. F Dec. 9.
Am. bk. Nuuanu, Josselyn, New
York Dec; 14.
1 The Mails
From S. F., Hilonian, Dec. 21.
From S. F Alameda, Dec. 25.
From Orient, Siberia, Dec. 26.
From S. F., Korea, Dec. 28.
From Colonies, Aorungl, Jan. C.
From Vancouver, Makura, Jan. S.
For S. F., Siberia, Dec. 26.
For Orient, Korea, Dec. 2S.
For S. F., Hilonian, Dec. 29.
For S. F Alameda, Dec. 30.
For Vancouver, Aorangi, Jan. 6.
For Colonies, Makura, Jan. 8.
U. S. A. TRANSPORTS.
Thomas at S. F. '
Buford from Hon. for Manila, Dec. 15.
Dix from Nagasaki for Hon., Dec. 10.
Sherman at S. F.
Crool. at S. F.
Sheridan at Manila.
Monday, December 21.
M. N. S. S. Hilonian, Johnson, from
San Francisco, 8:30 p. m.
Tuesday, December 22.
S. S. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way
S. S. W. G. Hall, for iKaiial ports. 5
S. S. Mikahala for Molokul and Maui
ports, 5 p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Columbian for Kahulul,
Kaanapall and Hilo, 5 p. m.
Per M. N. S. S. Hilonian from San
Francisco Dec. 21: Mrs. H. T. Moore,
Miss M. Ionsalves, Claude Kellogg, A.
O. Shodahl, E. Kelk, T. A. Honan, Jr.,
J. L. Whltmore, J. F. Morgan, W. H.
Hoogs, , W. Holland, M. Mclntyre, H.
E. iKelsey, E. Robertson, J. Andrade, A.
Carra, O. P. Chandler, P. W. McCarthy,
J. Schmidt, A. Calhoun.
After being rerlgged In record time,
the four-masted American ship Astral
sailed from Now York on December
5 with a cargo ot coal for San Fran
cisco, Tho Astral Is undor charter to
tho United States government, her car
go being for tho Aavy at Maro Island.
The departure of tho Astral Is her
socond on tho prosoiit voyage. She
first sailed from ilnltlmoro on SopUmi
hor 30th, hut on October 1th sho on
countered a terrlllo hurricane which
lunteil throe iluyx. In this torm the
tlirtw lopKulluut musts, with tnpguUaiit
and royul yards and all tmlU, weru
uurrlwl uwy. Hliti was plulied up by
tu mid towijil Into Now York on Oo
'Yte omm am msisas tor 'i"'k-
News on Pago 10.)
The Bulletin yesterday and the Ad
vertiser this morning refer to the al
legation that young Sprcckcls Is caus
ing tho T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Maru to
"burr, extra coal" that he may reach
Frisco soon enough to stay Ruefs
sentence until he tins been tried on
other charges. But the Tenyo Maru Is
Matson Navigation S. S. Hilonian,
Captain Peter Johnson, with Christ-
j mas trees at her mastheads, arrived
from San Francisco at S:30 last even-
Ing, docking at the foot of Nuuanii
street. She brought three days' mall,
I 253 sacks, and over 3,000 tons of gen-'
eral merchandise, Including about GOO
. tons ot Christmas goods. Her pro-1
menade deck was decorated with '
, Christmas greenery and the boat pres-
1 ented a pretty picture as revealed by
I her lights and the lights of tho wharf.
! It was to accommodate the Christinas
l3,tore n? Christmas shoppers
um iua.n jonnson urougm. ms ves-
I t . . I .... 1 I 1 i ......1 O 1 1. I ..
. infill, uiaii;(.u jl iti.o iuuiii-
ing. Captain .Johnson conferred with
the passengers In this regard, and on
being assured that Honolulu folks
would be glnd to receive tho Hilonian
last night, he decided to rush her for
the holiday desire. A pleasant trip.
was enjoyed by the Hilonian. A wire
less from the Lurllne, which left Ka
hulul on Saturday, however, is to the
effect that the latter vessel Is bucking
heavy seas and winds, which the Hilo
nian just escaped. W. H. Hoogs and
J. F. Morgan were two ot the promi
nent returning Houoluluus. The Hi
lonian passengers gave an amateur
concert and theatrical entertainment
during tho trip, managed by Captain
Johnson who also was one of tho per
formers. Mrs. II. T. Moore led the
orchestra; J. F. Morgan, of course, was
treasurer; Cajtnln Johnson told how to
stop a ship from rolling and Charles F.
Drew gave a Stein song. Prof. S. B.
Naddams gave a wireless dissertation
and Billy Hoogs was the main sound
; in a quintet.
The bark Andrew Welch sails at 10
a. m. tomorrow for San Francisco.
She takes over 500 tons of sugar and
Local Federal Inspectors of Hulls
and Hollers flnil that steamers of the
Inter-Island Company are welh sup
plied with life-boats. '
S. S. Pleiades, chartered by the American-Hawaiian,
sails on .Innuary 1 for
Honolulu from Seattle. She is due
here January 10. A.-H. S. S. Alaskan
leaves San Francisco for Honolulu on
the day before Christmas. S. S. Vir
ginlun sails for Honolulu from San
Francisco on January 3 Instead of
January 5. The Leilehua cavalry
horses are to arrive In the Virginian.
S. S. Columbian leaves Honolulu at 5
p. ni. today for other island ports, leav
ing Hilo on January 2 for Salina Cruz.
Aboard the Hilonian on the trip
down the passengers were almost dally
furnished with wireless news from
San Francisco or Honolulu.
repairs, and time was largely con
sidered in the bids. The contract went
to the Shooter Island Shipyard Com
pany at ?15,:!49, the work to be com
pleted in twenty-eight days, as re
cently and exclusively reported In The
Star. The contract called for de
livery to the owners on November 21st,
demurrage to be paid at the rate of
$150 per day. Few shipping men
thought that the ship with her wreck
ed top gear could he restored In so
short a time.
On the evening ot November 19th the
contract was completed, and the As
tral stood as spick and span as when
she left the builders, all ready for sea.
The work was finished In twenty-five
working days, .without allowing for
two days of bad weather. In the incred
ibly short time of nine days after send
ing up the main topgallant mast the
Astral was turned over to her owners.
Tho contract called for the largest
sallmnklng order ever executed in New
York, cutting and bending a total sail
area of 43,390 squaro feet of canvas,
fitting new topgallant and royal yards,
now stays, running gear and tackle
blocks, or In all a total of about 12,000
fathoms of Manila rope, On Novem
ber 21st tho work was officially ac
cepted h ytho owners and approved by
Tho Astral registers 3292 tons gross,
She Is one of tho thrco American sail
ing ships owned by the Standard Oil
Company, nud one of tho largest wind
jammers In tho world. New York pa
peiB are still talking of this great
font, said to bo tho larguut rigging Job
over iiudorlukeii on a sailing ship In
tho port of Now York.
Tlio Astral Is wall known In Hono
lulu nml Interest is uddml by the fact
Unit Major 1'iinlyn m I aboard,
wiiuplutliiK IiIh nimllwil education,
HARMONY LODGE No. 3, I, O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. BEN F. VICKERS. N. Q.
E. R. HENDRY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, P. B. O. E,
will meet In their hall, King street
near Fort, every Friday evening. By
order ot tho E. R.
WM, II. McINERNY, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Secy.
DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H.
DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H.
Meets every first and third Wednes
day, at 8 p. m., in C. B. U. Hall, Fort
Street. Visiting brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
FRANK D. CREEDON, Pres.
JAMES T. CAREY, Sec.
4 SUITS FOR $1 50.
4 SUITS FOR $1.50.
we will clean and press 4 suits a
month for $1.50 if you Join our clothes
cleaning club. Good work guaranteed,
rite Ohio Clothes Cleai'lim Co.
Harrison Block, Beretania nr Fort.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Estimates given on all kinds
636 South Hotel St., between Punch
bowl & Alapal.
The City Messenger Service for
prompt delivery, personal attention
and carefulness to parcels and mes
sages. CITY MESSENGER SERVICE.
Union Street. Phone 422
Why not fix
up that den for
Original designs and coloring by
Sharp Signs make trade.
At all Bars
You get the finest glass or beer la
town at the
Fort St. above the Orpheum Theatre.
Finest wines and liquors in stock!
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD., Proprietors
Importers and ueaiers in
Automobiles and Auto Supplies, Re
pairing and Storage.
Sole Agents for the Pierce Great Ar
row, Franklin, Kissel Kar, Thomas,
151 Merchant Street.
NCW ARRIVALS IN SILK GOOD
For years our line of silk goods has
been the but in town and our last
shipment piwved no exception.
Iwakami & Co., - - Hotel St.
B I Mf. 'Ill .
Honolulu, T. E.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION ME)
SUGAR FACTO R8 and GENERAL IN
Ewa Plantation Co,
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walmoa Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St, Laols.
Blake Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Vllcox Boilers,
Croon's Fuel Economlier.
Marsh Steam Pumps.
Matson Navigation Co,
Planters Line Shipping Co,
Now England Mutual Life Usat
nce Company ot Boston.
Aetna Insurance Co,
National Flro Insurance 0,
Cltlien's Insurance Co, (Hartforf
rlre Insurance Co,)
Protector Underwriters of tat Paoeili
MACARONI (HOI 0B0)
BUCKWHEAT (HOSHI SQBA
The largest and only incorporated concern of its kind
A new enterpriee launched by enterprising merchants.
Hotel tit. near
El ?i? r3f
To ATTRACT THE JAPANESE TRADE advortlse In THH DAILY
NIPPD JIJI, the most popular and widely circulated evening paper amoma
the Japanese colony.
JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY with either language of Japanese, Cai
aese, Korean or English.
Phone Main 41.
$The Best is the Cheapest!
If you are going to have your picture taken you want the beBt at J
the most reasonable prices. If you are not going to have a likeness
of yourself for Xmas, you ought to. !j$ H. 4
f LET US GIVE YOU OUR PRICES.
I Pacific Photo Gallery f
Waverley Block. 17 Hotel St., Makal Side.
Bindt's Transfer Co-
All Christmas packages placed in my charge will be delivered before day
light Christmas mornong. .
180 Merchant Street.
Fresh Salmons and iHali-j
I ceivea oy s.
ARB SUPERIOR I NT
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They arc Specially Adapted to Stores and Show Windows where
it is Desirable to Give the True Color Values.
Tim First Cost is Soon O set by the Saving in Current Consumption.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.,
King Struut near Alakon. Phone 390,
n . in I
i Minn co.. i
near Aula Street.
P. O. Box 810
Jiji Co., Ltd.,
Hotel Street near Nanamn.
b. Columbian f
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