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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908
Oceanic Steamship Company
Alameda Schedule
Leave San Francisco Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu AiTlvo San Francisco
DEC. 19 DEC. 25 DEC. 30 JAN. B
JAN. 9 JAN. 15 JAN. 20 JAN. 26
JAN. 30 FEB. 5 FEB. 10 FEB. 1G
FEB. 20 FEB. 2C MAR. 3 MAR. 9
MAR. 13 MAR. 19 MAR. 24 MAR. 30
On and alter Juno 24th, 1098, the SALOON rtATES between Honolulu
and San FrancUco will be as follows:
ROUND TRIP, $110.00. SINGLE FARE, $65.00.
In connection with tho sailing ot the above steamers, the Agents are
prepared to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through- tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco to all points In tho United States and from
Now York by steamship lino to all European Ports.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
AGENTS FOR THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
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Canadian-Malign Rcjal Mail Steamship Co
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney,
N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
nno ei.it AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
AORANOI NOVEMBER 14
uniMA DECEMBER 12
Will call at Fanning Island.
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
Theo. H Dalies & Co., Ltd., Gen 1 Agents
American - Hawaiian
From New York to Honolulu
irrslght received at hi! times at the
Broo
rROM SAN FRAN. TO HONOLULU
TEXAN TO SAIL DEC. 24
VIRGINIAN TO SAIL JAN 3RD
FROH HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. PLEIADES TO SAIL JAN. 15
rrolght received at Company's wharf
Qreanwlch S treat
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
Toyo Kisen Kaisha S. S. Co.
r
KMmtti ot ths above companies will call at Honolulu and leavs this
pot t on or abomt ths dates mentioned below:
1 FOR TH1 ORJJtNT. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DTENYO MAR... TJ.... DECEMBER 18
KOREA DECEMBER 28
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD
UNION
PACIFIC
TRANSFER
CO., LTD
126 KING ST.
jTIATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
Schedule S. S. HILONIAN In the
and Honolulu.
Arrive
S. S. HILONIAN DEC.
S. S. HILONIAN JAN.
S. S. HILONIAN '. FEB.
S. S. HILONIAN MAR.
S. S. HILONIAN APR.
S. S. HILONIAN MAY
a S. HILONIAN JUNE
S. S. LURLINE of this line leaves
January 4th.
Castle & Cooke
STAR
Printing -:- Office
Per years ths Star's printing office has been a busy place. We have
sjalnsa a reputation for doing good work at fair prices snd dellv ring
the job when promised. Few printing offices can make a similar
slnlm. With addition to our plant wo are n a better condition
than aver to handle commercial printing. f -r three Linotypes are
at your servloe for book and brief work- if you are not a 8tar
Nstemar, send us a trial order; you wnl bs pleased with ths
Star Printing Office
M0nslMs lullslnp. TeUpbens s
MOANA NOVEMBER 11
MAKURA DECEMBER 8
Steamship Company
Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec
Company's wharf. 41st Street. South
klyn.
FROM SEATTLE TO HONOLULU
DIRECT.
PLEIADES TO SAIL JAN 1ST
H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD..
Agents,-Honolulu.
C. P. Morse,
General Freight Agent
AMERICA MARU.... DECEMBER 19
SIBERIA DECEMBER 26
BAGGAGE, SHIPPING,
STORAGE, WOOD,
PACKING, COAL.
Pipe
00
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING.
direct service between San Francisco
Honolulu Leave Honolulu
22ND DEC, 29TH
20TH JAN. 2CTH
17TH FEB. 23RD
17TH MAR. 23RD
14TH APR. 20TH
12TH MAY 18TH
9TH JUNE 15TH
San Francisco for this port direct
.
Limited, Agents
(Latest Shipping
I Shipping in Port. J
(Army and Nnvy).
U. S. S. Iroquois .Moses, station tug.
(Steamships.)
S. S. Rosecrans, Gavlotn, Dec. 23.
S. S. Hyades, Seattle, Dec. 22.
Nor. S. S. Mathilda, Newcastle, Dec.
22
(Sailing Vessels.)
Am. sc. Holenc, Gray's Harbor, Doc.
Am. sc. C. A. Thayer, Peterson, Ab
erdeen, Dec. 9.
Am. bk. St. Katherlne, Saunders,
S. F., Dec. 9.
Am. bk. Nmianu, Josselyn, New
York Dec. 14.
The Mails
(INCOMING.)
From S. F., Alameda, Dec. 25.
From Orient, Siberia, Dec. 26.
From S. F Korea, Dec. 28.
From Colonies, Aorangl, Jan. C.
From Vancouver, Mnkurn, Jan. S.
(OUTGOING.)
For S. F., Siberia, Dec. 2C.
For Orient, Korea, Dec. 2S.
For S. F., Hllonlan, Dec. 29.
For S. F., Alameda, Dec. 30.
For Vancouver, Aorangl, Jan. 0.
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 aNgasaki for Hon., Dec.
21.
PASSENGERS BOOKED.
Per M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, for San
Francisco, Dec. 29. Captain Tuliett,
Mrs. Tuliett and' two children, Mrs. J.
S. Sharp and infant, Miss Jennie F.
Stevenson, Mrs. Podmore, H. Podmore
Sam Souza, C. H. Brown, Airs. Tom
linson. Per P. M. g. 3. Siberia, for San
Francisco, Dec. 2G. L. L. Harding,
Col. Spalding, C. B. Wells, Mr. Halvor
sen, Mr. McCann, Princess Kawana
nakoa, Mrs. Reeves, Mr. Tottenham,
Tarn McGrew, Miss Wiunlfred C
Wheeler, H. R. Berry, Francis U.
Smith, L. M. Cohn and wife, T. Cos
tello and wife, A. C. Beach and wire,
Misses Ada and Irene Broughcr, Whar
ton Thurston, D. W. Cooke, Walter
A. Fischer and wife, Win. F. McGee
and 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, J
Harry Griswold, Samuel Poorman, C.
Bolte, W. D. Wanlworth, Miss Anna
D. Wanlworth, Leeds Gulick, W. W.
Harris, E. F. Blaine, Mrs. Blaine,
Master Blaine, S. O. Fry, Miss M. Jor
gensen, K. Ito, wife and two chlfdren,
Miss B. Helen Skelly.
THE LOG-BOOK
MAY CALL HERE.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 14.
The whaler John and Wlnthrop leaves
Wednesday 011 what her captain, V. J.
Joseph, believes will bo the most pros
perous trip she has made in years. Not
only does Capt. Joseph expect to have
a voyage free from troubles with wea
ther or crew, but he hopes to sacure
many more whales than have been kill
ed 011 any of her more recent trips.
To hold the oil taken from the sperm
whales, after which the whaler is sail
ing, ,700 barrels have been loaded on
the vessel twice as many as were
taken out on her last departure from
San Francisco. Twenty-seven whales
were taken by the John and Wlnthrop
on her last voyage, and It will take
in tho neighborhood of forty of, the
mammals to nil the casks now on
board. Each whale yields from eight
to 150 barrels or oil, according to the
size of the monster.
This voyage of the whaler, to be
started bo soon after her return from
her last cruise, was decided on as a
result of tho Increased price of oil.
The cargo brought in by tho John and
Wlnthrop this fall was snapped up by
the Standard Oil Company before the
anchor had been dropped, and tho ves
sel's owners nro eager to obtain an
other and laargor cargo whllo tho pres
ent high price obtains.
Tho John and Wlnthrop has been
equipped with now mnsts and ynnls,
new dnvitu and boats, and her now try
works nro almost completed. Tho try
works are being constructed by "Try
works" Lituhllold, tho old Nantiiekot
mariner, the only mini In Suit Finn
rtsco ublu to construct I limn Hiicnmn
fully, ns no other ponton potwiuwns tlio
knowledge of J nil bow n mix Ilia
inorlnr put butwimu the lirluln so Hint
It will wltlwlniul tlio flfftuit of tliu
f)ll widim will) wills lillie llrti miliar
the tryliiB'Oiit pnw U kit roIiik.
TIju Julm Bin) Wlutlirai will go lint
TELLIGENCE
News on Page 10.)
to tho South seas, around tho Gilbert
and Marshall Islands, then In Febru
ary, north througn the Bonln group
and the Carollnns, and end her cruise
off the Japan coast about September.
Though this Is Captain Joseph's first
trip as master of the John and Wln
throp, he has been whaling, many
years. His crew for this voyage is
composed on'y.o( men who have sailed
with him on previous voyages, ana ex
clusively old wlinhngmcn, the picV of
the Arctic whalers.
WHAT FRISCO SAYS.
SAN FRANCISCO. December 13.
Captain Peter Johnson, a jolly mari
ner, will be Santa Clans for not only
the crew and the two-score passengers
aboard the steamer Hllonlan on the
coming voyage to Honolulu, but all
the Islanders of Hawaii. To begin with,
he knows nearly all of them person
ally, for he has been sailing to and
from the island, in windjammer and
steamer for almost a generation.
On this coming voyage, leaving here
tomorrow evening, nearly a day ahead
of time, Captain Peter Johnson will
carry In his steamer one of the biggest
loads of holiday supplies ever taken
to the land of the Kamehamehas. it
consists of 200 Christmas trees, tons of
turkeys and other fowls, tons of fruit
tons of swe'atmeats and Christmas
"fixings" and a wide array of things
for the great holiday celebration.
The Hllonlan will arrive at Hono
lulu In time to enable tho inter
Island steamers to reach every part of
the archipelago before Christmas day,
with their loads of good cheer. Dr.
Frear, brother of Governor Frear, is
returning to his home in the islands
with his wife. J. McBrlde the Gov
ernor's secretary, will also sail in the
Hllonlan.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDt
IN SOUTH AFRICA.
Mr. S. Schneider, ot Kofteyfonteln,
O. R. C, is very grateful to the manu
facturerers of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Ho 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
nothingf better for coughs, colds and
croup, and as it contains on Injurious
substance, thero Is no danger In giving
it to tho children. For sale by all
dealers, Benson, Slmth & Co., agents
for Hawaii. -, )
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
You won't tell your family doctor
tho whole story about your private
illness you are too modest. You
need not lie afraid to tell Airs. Pink
ham, at Lynn, Mass., the things you
could not explain to the doctor. Your
letter will he held in the strictestcon
fldence. From her vast correspond
ence with sick women during the
past thirty yeare she may have
gained the very knowledge that will
help your case. Such letters as thefol
lowing, from grateful women, es
tablish beyond a doubt the power of
LYDIAE-PINKHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
to conquer all female diseases.
Mrs. Norman H. Barndt, of Allen
town, Pa., writes :
" Ever since I was sixteen years of
age I had suffered from an organic de
rangement and female weakness; in
consequence I had dreadful headaches
and was extremely nervous. My physi
cian said I must go through an opera
tion to get well. A friend told mo
about Lydla K. I'inkham's Vegotaulo
Compound, and I took it and wrote you
for advice, following your directions
carefully, and thanks to you I am to
day a well woman, and I am telling
all my friends of my experience,"
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia IS. Pink,
ham'a Vegotanlo Compound, mado
from roots mid liorbs, has boon tlio
standard remedy for female U1b.
mid has posit I vi'ly cured thousands of
woinon who liuvn boon troubled vitlt
illsiiliu'oiiutntH.llilliuiimullon.ulcora.
lion, 1 uroui tumors, imufummioB,
noiioillii lutliiH, lmokuolio. (lint hoar.
nif.ilown fiiulinir. Ilfttiiitiiiiiv.liidlirus,
HF PFIII
Frntornnl Mootlngs
HARMONY LODGE No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In Odd Follows' Hall, Fort Street Vis
iting brothers 'cordially Invited to at
tend. BEN F. VICKERS. N. Q.
E. R. HENDRY, Sec.
, HONOLULU LODGE 616, P. BO. E.
will meet In their hall. King street
' near Fort, every Friday evening. By
order ot the E. R.
WM. II. McINERNY, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Secy.
DIVISION No. 1, A. O. H.
DIVISION No. 1, A. O. II.
Meets every first and third Wednes
day, at S p. m., in C. B. U. Hall, Fort
Street. Visiting brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
FRANK D. CREEDON, Pres.
JAMES T. uaREY, 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.
JOIN NOW.
TELEPHONE 49G.
; Tlio Ohio Clothes Cleaning Co.
1 Harrison Block, Bcretanla nr Fort.
J M. OWFA.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
I Estimates given on all kinds of
. work.
, C3G South Hotel St., between Punch
bowl & Alapal.
Ring Up
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
your husband.
Original designs and coloring by
Tom Sharp
The Decorator.
Elite Building
Phone 397
Sharp Signs make trade.
RAINIER BEER
At all Bars
You get the finest glass of beer in
town at the
Orpheum Saloon
Fort St above the Orpheum Theatre
Finest wines and liquors in stock!
J
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,
Cadillac.
151 Merchant Street.
N-MRRIVALS IN SILK GOOD
For yearn our line of silk goods has
been the bait in town and our last
shipment proved no exception.
Iwakami & Co., - - Hotel St.
Pl'BII
IMS
D I ME. ill .
Honolulu, T. E.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MBit
CHANTS.
SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL IN
8URANCE AGENTS.
representing
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Lta.
Kobala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Laals.
Blake Steam Pumps,
Wostons Centrifugals,
Biibcock & Wilcox Dollars.
Croon's Fuel Econnmlisr.
Marsh Stesm Pumps.
Mntson Navigation Co.
Plsntors Line Shipping On,
New England Mutual Llfs lassr
nca Company ot Doiton.
Aetna Inaurancs Co,
National Flro Insurants Oa,
ftUlten'i imurancs Co (Uartforf
Mrs Insurance Co,)
I'roUctor uinlsrwrltirs ni tit I'sctali
of Harlfortl.
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HAWAIIAN
One Hill
Beretania Street
MANUFACTURERS OF
nn A A in A
: mwKum uiUM WM) r
BUCKWHEAT
The largest and only incorporated concern of ito kind
iu Honolulu.
A new enterprice launched by enterprising merchants
BALES
Tel. 399.
Hotel St. near
R 7&
To ATTRACT THE JAPANESE TRADE advertise In THB DAILT
NIPPTJ JIJI, tho most popular and widely circulated evening paper amoaa
tho Japanese colony.
JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTT with either langnag. of Japanata. Chi
se, Korean or English.
The Nippu
i'FSx-' T. SOOA.
Phone Main 4L
I The Best is the Cheapest!
If you are going to have your picture taken you want the best at ?
the most reasonable prices. If you are not going to have a likeness f
of yourself for Xmas, you ought to. . $
X LET US GIVE YOU OUR PRICES. f.
I "Pacific Photo Gallery
J Waverley Block. 17 Hotel st Maka, s,de
Telephone 588
Bindt's Transfer Co.
All Christmas packages placed in my charge will be delivered before day- '
light Christmas mornong.
4,
RUDOLPH
180 Merchant Street.
We wish you
MERRY CHRISTMAS
and a
1 1 Prosperous
!-poootxooooooac
Tungsten Lamps
-ARE) SUPERIOR IN
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They arc Specially Adapted to Stores and Show Windows where i
it is Desirable to Give the True Color Values,
The First Cfllt is Soon O set by the Saving in Current Consumption.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.,
LIAIITHP,
Kiiif Street iifur Alnken. I'hone 390.
lilL,
near Aala Street.
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Yamamoto
AGENT.
Nuuann.
P. O. Box 819
P$ V it:
Tiii Co. Ltd..
Manager.
Hot, BfreBl nf NnMam
BINDT, Mgr.
Magoon Building
one and all a I
New Year
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