THE HAWAIIAN STAlt, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1908.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Leave San Francisco Arrive Honolulu
DEC 19 DEC. 25
JAN. 9 JAN. 15
JAN. 30 FED. 5
FEB. 20 FEB. 26
MAR. 13 MAR. 19
On and after Juno 24th, 1098, the SALOON BATES between Honolulu
and San Francisco will bo as follows:
ROUND TRIP, $110.00. SINGLE FARE, $65.00.
In connection with' ttao sailing of tho above steamers, tbo Agents arc
prepared to lssuo to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any
railroad from. San Francisco to all points In the United States and from
New York by steamship lino to all European Ports.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
AGENTS FOR THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Gn
" Steamers of the above lino running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney
N. a W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
eno cm iNn AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
oTAMfiT NOVEMBER 14
nVA DECEMBER 12
Will call at Fanning Island.
' CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON
Theo. H Dalies & Co., Ltd., Gen 1 Agents
American - Hawaiian
From Hew York to Honolulu
rreight received at ul times at the
FROM SAN FRAN. TO HONOLULU
TEXAN TO SAIL DEC. 24
VIRGINIAN TO SAIL JAN 3RD
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. PLEIADES TO SAIL JAN. 15
freight received at Company's wharf
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha S. S. Co.
Meamera ot the above companlee will call at Honolulu and leave thl
imt em or aboxt the date mentioned below:
FOR THB ORIBNT. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ffENYO MAR... U.... DECEMBER 18
KOREA DECEMBER 28
FOX FURTHER INFOR HAT JON APPLY TO
H. HACKFELD CO. LTD
1126 KING ST.
HATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
Schedule S. S. HILONIAN In the
S. S. HILONIAN DEC.
S. S. HILONIAN JAN.
8. S. HILONIAN FEB.
S. S. HILONIAN MAR.
a S. HILONIAN APR.
a a HILONIAN MAY
a a HILONIAN JUNE
S. S. LURLINE of this line leaves
Castle & Gooke
ftr yeara the Start printing office hat been a busy place. We have
gained a reputation for doing good work at fair prloei and dellv ring
the Job when promised. Few printing offlcea can make a elmllar
lalm. With addition to our plant wo are n a better condition
than ever to handle commercial printing. f Jr three Llnotypea aro
at your aervloa for book and brief work- if you are not a Star
uatomor, aend ue a trial order) you vvnl be pleated with the
Star Printing Office
MeOandiMt Building Telephone ioi
Leave Honolulu Arrive San Francisco
DEC. 30 JAN. 5
JAN. 20 JAN. 2G
FED. 10 FEB. 1G
MAR. 3 MAR. 9
MAR. 24 MAR. 30
MOANA NOVEMBER 11
MAKURA DECEMBER 8
BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
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, 29TH
20TH JAN. 2GTH
17TH FEB. 23RD
17TH MAR. 23RD
14TH APR. 20TH
12TH MAY 18TH
9TH JUNE 15TH
San Francisco for this port direct
Til) EH, SUN AND JIOON.
Last Quarter of the Moon Dec. 13th.
51 sL 1 la
ll fl 5 g p l b J Si
A. M. It. 1'. M. 1. M. A. M j
14 7:52 1.5 10.S0 3:42 0:15 0:31 5:22 11:3.!
15 8:40 1.1 11.40 4.18 1:611:32 6:2!
10 0:38 1.2 4:50 3:50 0:32 5:23 0:20
17 0 10 1.1 10 30 6:20 5:40 0:33 6:2a 1:11
18 0:45 1.4 U-30 6:55 7:W 0:3! 5:24! 2:01
10 1.22 1.(1 12:24 6:35 8:05 0:31 5:24 2:52
20 1:.V 1.8 1:12 7.15 t:0.i 0:3115:251 3:48
Times of the tide are taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides af 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 of the meridian
ot 157 degrees 30 minutes. The time
whistle blows at 1:30 p. m. which is
the same as Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 min
utes. The Sun and Moon aro for local
time for the whole group.
I Shipping in Port
- (Army and Navy).
U. S. S. Iroquois ,Moses, station tug.
M. N. S. S. Hilonian, S. F., Dec. 21.
6. S. Rosecrans, Gaviota, Dec. 23.
S. S. Hyades, Seattle, Dec. 22.
Nor. S. S. Mathilda, Newcastle, Dec.
22- i vi &
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, Kelly, a.
F., Nov. 27.
Am. sc. Helene, Gray's Harbor, Dec.
Am. sc. C. A. Thayer, Peterson, Ab
erdeen, Dec. 9.
Am. bk. St. Katherine, Saunders,
S. F Dec. 9.
Am. bk. Nuuanu, Josselyn, New
York Dec. 14.
8 The Mails g
From S. F., Alameda, Dec. 25.
From Orient, Siberia, Dec. 2G.
From S. F., Korea, Dec. 28.
From Colonies, Aorangi, Jan. C.
From Vancouver, Makura, Jan. S.
For S. F., Siberia, Dec. 26.
For Orient, Korea, Dec. 28.
For S. F., Hilonian, Dec. 29.
For S. F., Alameda, Dec. 30.
For Vancouver, Aorangi, Jan. C.
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.
Crook at S. F.
Sheridan left aNgasakl for Hon., Dec.
Tuesday, December 22.
S. S. Hyades. Alwen, 11 1-2 days
from Seattle, 10 a. m.
Nor. S. S. Mathilda. Kierland. 23
days from Newcastle, 9 a. ni.
Wednesday, December 23
S. S. Rosecrans, from Gaviota, 7 a. m.
S. S. Kinau, from Kauai, 4:30 a. m.
Tuesday, December 22.
S. S. W. G. Hall, for ICaual ports. 5
S. S. Mlkahala for Molokul and Maui
ports, 5 p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Coluniblau for Kuhulul,
Kaanapall and Hilo, 5 p. m.
Wednesday, December 23.
Am. Sc. Alice Cooke, for the Sound,
8 a. in.
Per S. S. Mauna Kea, Dec. 22, for
Hllo and way ports B. D. Bond, W.
Macfarlaue and wife, MIbs K. Smith,
Mrs. W. O. Smith, Miss R. Richard
son, C. K. Stillman, A. Williams, Miss
It. Swanzy and servant, F. M. Swanzy
and wife, Miss W. Larson, Mrs. W.
Conradt, S. Baldwin, W. O. Smith, H.
P. Wood and wife, -Mrs. M. W. Gunn,
Mrs. Copwell, Miss V. Bickon, Miss E.
Glbb, R. E. Askew, D. K. White, Jack
Hall and wlfo, Miss F. Blndt, Miss M.
O. Sollan, F. M. Blndt, J. W. Doyle,
W. Crozler, Chas. Kaohu, Chas. Slem
aen, G. N. Hancock, Miss M. Wnlaholo,
Violet Makeo, Miss E. O'Rourko, Miss
V. Hind, Miss EIslo Lydgato, Miss Do
ra Lydgate. W. Lydgato, Herbert Ship
man, Oswald Hind, Miss Curtis Mar
garot Shlpmnn, Mrs. II. I. Lllllo, Mrs,
Lufgon, Miss Blacker, J. J, Horner, J
A. Magulre, Miss Duolmlakey, Mrs, J
Union, M. A. Rycroft, Louis Wnrron,
R, I), Anderson, A, Lewis Jr., II. (Hast,
r. W. Holland, H, V, Ulnno, wife nnd
son, I J, Ukberg and wlfo, Miss 01b
toil, MJ M, ICokuewa, Mai Fodnur
News on Pago 10.)
Miss A. Mulvaney, L. Wilson, J. Gib
son, Mrs. Nee Yau.
Per M. N. S. S. Hilonian, for San
Francisco, Dec. 29. Captain Tullett,
Mrs. Tullett and two children, Mrs. J.
S. Sharp and Infant, Miss Jennie F.
Stevenson, Mrs. Podmore, H. Podmore
Sam Souza, C. 11. Brown, Mrs. Tom
linson. Per P. M. g. 3. Siberia, for San
Francisco, Dec. 2C L. L. Harding,
Col. Spalding. C. B. Wells, Mr. Halvor
sen, Mr. McCann, Princess Kawnna
nnkoa, Mrs. Reeves, Mr. Tottenham,
Tarn McGrew, Miss Winnlfred C.
Wheeler, 11. R. Berry, Francis U.
Smith, L. M. Colin and wire, T. Cos
tello and wife, A. C. Beach and wife,
'Misses Ada and Irene Brougher, Whar
ton Thurston, D. W. Cooke, Walter
A. Fischer and wife, Win. F. McGee
land wife, Geo. F. Drake, Alex. Cross,
L. Hope Robertson, A. Hope Robert
son, Miss Robertson, Miss G. Robert
son, L. F. Moulton and wife, Miss
Beatrice Campbell, Mrs. A. Whitney?
Harry Grlswohl, Samuel Poornian, J.
Bolte, W. D. Wanlwortli, Miss Anna
D. Wahlworth, Leeds Gulick, W. V,
Harris, E. F. Blaine, Mrs. Blaine,
Master Blaine, S. O. Fry, Miss M. Jor
gensen, K. Ito, wife and two children,
Miss B. Helen Skelly.
S. S. Korea, sailed yesterday from
San Francisco nnd is duo here Decem
ber 28, In the morning.
Captain Matson awaits mail infor
mation from Honolulu concerning the
local attitude in regard to his new
boat before he concludes whether she
shall be freight and passenger or mere
S. S. Hilonian sails for San Fran
cisco on December 29 at 10 a. m. She
takes refined sugar and other Island
A Mahukona wireless reveals fears
for Captain Neilsen and a boat's crew
of the schooner II. C. Wright that
they were lost in Sunday's storm while
fishing. Those ashore thought the
men were picked up.
The commission given Japanese ho
tel keepers by steamship companies
doing business here, for passengers
secured, which meant ?2 per head, has
! Local interests recommend to the
Matson Company that the S. S. Lurline
' return to iiouolulu after visiting Ka-
hului en routo to the coast.
STEAMER FOR ISLAND ROUTE.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 13.
The large freight steamer Pleiades,
which has been on Puget Sound for a I
long time, has been chartered by the I
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com '
pany to ply between this port and
ports of Hawaii. The Pleiades is a
sister ship of the Hyades, recently
chartered by the Matson Navigation
Company for use on the triangle route
connecting this city with Paget sound
and Honolulu. It has been reported
that competition between the Matson
line and the American-Hawaiian Com
pany would probably be keen, since
each had secured an additional
freighter for Hie island trade, but the
story of a prospective rate war is
denied by officials of both concerns.
The large steamers of the American
Hawaliau line are now used bn the
route connecting Salina Cruz with this
city and Puget sound, the vessels sail
ing from the sound for the Hawaiian
islands on the way back to Salina
Cruz. This leaves the company with
out a steamer for the line connecting
this cty with Honolulu direct, and It
is for this trade that the Pleiades has
been charered. The business of the
line is reported to be very good, and 1
the coming sugar crop will add to the
CHAMBERLAIN'!! COUGH REMEDY
IN SOUTH AFRICA.
Mr. S. Schneider, of Kofteyfonteln,
O, R. C, Is very grateful to the manu
facturerers of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. He has found that it cures
his children as wen as himself of their
coughs and colds. They were all
coughing and got no relief until this
remedy was used. Many parents have
made this same doscovery. There is
notblngf bettor for coughs, colds and
croup, mid as it contains on injurious
substance, there is no danger in giving
It to the children. For sale by all
dealers, Benson, Slmth & Co., agents
tulg I u ' n (MIQ
A 1,1. IIIIWIIillK'fH .
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. O.
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 the E. R.
WM. H. 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 aro cordially
invited to attend.
FRANK D. CREEDON, Pres.
JAMES T. CAREY, Sec.
4 SUITS FOR $1 50.
4 SUITS FOR U.50.
We will clean and press 4 suits a
month for $1.50 if you Join our clothes
cleaning club. Good work guaranteed.
rho'Ohio Clothes Cleaning Co.
Harrison Block, Beretanla nr Fort.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Estimates given on all kinds of
636 South Hotel St., between Punch
bowl & Alapal.
The City Messenger Service for
prompt delivery, personal attention
and carefulness to parcels and mes
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 of beer in
town at the
Fort St,-above the Orpheum Theatre.
Finest wines and liquors in stock!
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD., Proprietors
Importers and Dealers In
Automobiles and Auto Supplies, Re
pairing and Storage.
Sole Agents for the Pierce Great Ar
row, Franklin, Kissel Kar, Thomas,
151 Merchant Street,
NtWRRIVALS IN SILK G000
For years vrar line of silk goods has
been the bant in town and our last
shipment pjjved no exception.
Iwakami & Co., - - Hotel St.
1 1 6IL 111
Honolulu, T. B.
HIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
SUGAR FACTO R8 and GENERAL IN
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., LU.
Kohala Sugar Co.
VVaimea Sugar Mill Co,
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of SL Lealt.
Blako Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Wilcox Bollora.
Green's Fuel Economlier.
Marsh Steam Pumps.
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters Line Shipping Oa.
Now England Mutual Life laeei
nce Company of Doiton.
Aetna Insurance Co,
National Fire Insurance Oo.
Oltlion'e Iniuranee Oo. (llarttor
Clrt Iniuranee Co,)
Protector Underwriter! of tke fkmii
Mnoi Miiciiii Co.. j
MACARONI (HOI UDOH)
BUCKWHEAT (HOI S0BA
The largest and only incorporated concern of its kind
A new enterprise launched by enterprising merchants.
Hotel St. near
To ATTRACT THE JAPANESE TRADE advertise in THE DAILT
HIPPO JIJI, tho most popular end widely circulated evening paper unou
the Japanese colony.
JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY with either IanKuan ol Japanese, Chi.
, Korean or English.
rafS-f-' T. SODA.
Phone Main 41.
The Best is the" Cheapest !
If you are going to have your picture taken you want the best at Y
the most reasonable prices. If you are not going to have a likeness f
of yourself for Xmas, you ought to. Jgjjrf--
t T.. LET US GIVE YOU OUR PRICES.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Waverley Block. 17 Hotel st Makftl s,de
Bindt's Transfer Co.
All Christmas packages placed in my charge will be delivored before day
light Christmas mornong.
180 Merchant Street,
Fresh Salmons and jHali-! I
ceived by S. S. Columbian f
ARE SUPERIOR lie
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They are Specially Adapted to Stores and Show Windows where
it is Desirable to Give the True Color Values.
The First Cost is Soon O set by the Saving in Current Consumption,
The Hawaiian Electric Co.,
King Street near Alnkea. Phone 390,
I tHH in 1
fcJ M I
near Aala Street
Nuuanu. P. O. Box 810
Jiji .Co., Ltd.,
Hotel Street near Naaaan.
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