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THE HAWAIIAN STAR
DA1LY AND SEMI-WEEKLY. Dally published ovory afternoon (except Sunday) by the Hawaiian Star Newspaper Association, Ltd., McCandless Building, Bethel street, Hono lulu, T. II, Entered at the Poetofllco at Honolulu as second class mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Dally, anywhere In the Islands, per. month $ .76. Dally, anywhere In the Islands, threo months : 2.60. Dally, anywhere in the Islands, sis months 4.00. uailjr, uuywuuit? IU LUW idiuuud, uuq cut ........ Daily, to foreign countries, one year Semi-WeoRly, anywhero in tho Islands, one year bomi-weeKiy 10 Doreign countries, one year Advertising rates supplied upon request D. TIMMONS , MANAGER. Shipping: And Waterfront News 8.00. 12.00. 2.00. 8.00. Business ofllce telephone, 2365; poscofQce box, 36C. THE TRAWSPOBT SHERiOAN BULGING WITH HUMAN FREIGHT Oceanie St eamship Company Sierra Schedule UCAVE 8. P. ARRIVE HON. LEAVE HON. ARRIVE S. F. T. 14 OCT. 20 OCT. 4 OCT. 10 NOV. 4 NOV. 10 OCT. 25 OCT. 31 NOV. 25 DEC. 1 NOV. 15 NOV. 21 DEC. 16 DEC. 22 DEC. 6 DEC. 12 JAN 6 JAN. 12 DEC. 27 JAN. 2 JAN 17 JAN 22 RATES from Honolulu to San Francisco First Class, 165; Round Trip, ?110. Family Room, extra. Reservations will not be held later than Forty-Eight hours prior to ni advertised sailing time unless tickets aro paid for in full. FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO Brewer & Co., Ltd. GENERAL AGENTS. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Go ' - - . -" "Bisr -. Mauna Kea From Hllo. . Steamers of the above line running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z. FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER. B B HAKURA OCT. 11 S. S. ZEALANDIA OCT. 10 S. S. ZEALANDIA NOV. 8 S. S. MARAMA NOV. 7 8. S, MARAMA..-. DEC. 6 S, S. MAKURA DEC 5 CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. Theo, H Davies & Co., Ltd., Geii'l Afrits Pacific Mail Steamship Co. . . . , , h!?jk, Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this ort on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT: FOR SAN FRANCISCO . S. S. SIBERIA OCT 10 S. S. MONGOLIA OCT. 21 S. S. CHINA OCT. 17 S. S. PERSIA NOV. 10 S. S. MANCHURIA OCT. 23 S. S. KOREA NOV. IS S. S. MONGOLIA NOV. 13 S. S. SIBERIA DEC. 1 Will call at Manila. For general Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Agents Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1911 . DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN 8AN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU. Arrive from San Francisco. Sail for San Francisco. 8. S. LURLINE OCT 18 S. S. WILHELMINA OCT. 11 8. S. WILHELMINA OCT. 31 S. S. LURLINE OCT. 24 S. S. LURLINE NOV. 15 S. S. WILHELMINA NOV. 8 S. S. WILHELMINA NOV. 28 S. S. LURLINE NOV. 21. S. S. LURLINE DEC. 13 S. S. WILHELMINA DEC 6 S. S. WILHELMINA DEC. 26 S. S. LURLINE DEC. 19 The Honolulan of this line sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about October 21, 1911. CASTLE & COOKE, LTD GENERAL AGENT8 Looking like a frowsy old woman Just awakened from n bad dream, the U. S. A. T. 'Sheridan arrived from Ma nila at 5:30 this morning and docked on the Walklkl side of the Alalcen wharf. Pilot Sanders Insisted that the harbormaster had told him to dock tho transport on tho Ewa side, but the transport olllcers persisted In, docking her on tho other sldo, as a wireless had been received from tho depot quartermaster so to do. However, shortly after she had been made fast. and finding that the baggage of the Twentieth Infantry, which the Sheri dan is to take on, had been placed on the other side of tho wharf, they de cided that the harbormaster was right. Accordingly tho Sheridan was backed around and tied to the other side of the dock. The transport is twenty-two days from Manila. It was stated that for three , days after leaving the Philip pines she encountered rough seas and passed through a typhoon, this being the typhoon season along tho China coast. Eight days after leaving Manila tho Sheridan arrived at Nagasaki, and from Nagasaki to Honolulu fourteen days were consumed in the passage. Aside from the typhoon it Is stated that nothing worthy of note occurred. There were no deaths and none were seriously 111. The total number of military pas sengers aboard the transport is six hundred and twenty-six. Of these a hundred and thirteen are first-class passengers, forty-ono second-class, and four hundred and fifty troop Guar ters, Manila to San Francisco. Ten first-class were taken on at Nagasa ki an twelve In the troopers' quar ters, all bound for San Francisco. A few of the civilians will lay over at Honolulu: In the troop quarter's are five desti tute American seamen wlio are being returned homo and two Indigent citi zens. Four military convicts are be ing taken to serve terms at Alcatraz . M. Croft. Wnltnr r nnimm- Ho,, v The remainder in troop quarters are; Daly, Lieut. Fred Dammap, wife and I i Til Atnlltln Ifon nKftt.K,l . ( v uuivuu whs illum ing from Hllo with passengers and n miscellaneous cargo. Purser Phillips reports that-tho Ka iulani was at Papalkou yesterday, tho Kauai at Hnkalau, tho Helene at On. kola and tho Waialealo at Honokaa. The Waialealo will probably load cat tlo at Kawalhao on Saturday for Ho nolulu. Tho Mikahala and Claudlnol wero at Lahalna. Hllo Shipping. Tile schooner Prosper sailed vester. day morning for tho Coast In balladt. Yesterday morning the Wilhelmina ar rived at Hllo. Tho schooner Salva dor is discharging cargo at the Rail road wharf. The schooner Holmes is In tho harbor and discharging her car go. Llkellke With Cattle. The Llkellke arrived from Kaupo and ports this morning with fortv-slx head of cattle and ninety cases of honoy. A moderate wind and sea are reported on tho inward passage. Sugar on Hawaii. Purser Phillips, reports the follow ing sugar awaiting shipment on Ha waii: Olaa 12,700 bags, Onomea 15,. 5C6 bags, Hakalau 13,000 bags, Puna luu 3471 bags, Honuapo 1334 bags. Sugar List. HILO, October 5. Olaa 12.700 baza. Onomea 15,556, Hakalau 13,000, Puna- luu 34(4, Honuapo 1334. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. Per U. S. A. T. transport Sheridan. Manila to San Francisco, 6ct. 7. Richard Allen,' wife and 2 daughters, Capt. Edward D. Anderson, Lieut. Charles L. Baker, wife and 2 children, Oliver A.i Barber, Herbert W. Ben nett and wife, Maj. Roger Brooke and wife. Joseph G. Brown, Mrs. Jose F. Brown, Horace E. Burks, E. C. Camp bell and wife, Lieut. Paul H. Clark, Lieut. Charles F. Codori, Lawrence L. Coleman and wife, John J. Connolly, Mrs. Edward Croft and son, Miss C. nurse, T. Bauman, W. Eberling, C, Reynolds. PASSENGERS BOOKED. Per U. S. A. T. Sheridan to San Francisco, Oct. 7. Major Koester and wife, Major Burnham and wife. Cant. Chapman, wife and son, Lieut. Mc- Cleery, Lieut. Pardee and wlfo. Mrs. Wilson and child, Lieut. Wright, son and wife, Lieut. Sowen, wlfo ami child, Mrs. Holland, Lieut. Rogers. Lieut Palmer, Mrs. Motcalf and Infant, Miss Kraus, Master Kraus, Mrs. Neal, Miss Clay, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Zummerhall, Sergt., Krauss, Sorgts. Webster, Clay, Edwards, Hutchinson, Smith and Mora, Mrs. Webster, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Good, Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Pretty man, Mrs. HIgglns, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Tyron, Miss Scholtz, Mrs. Paxton, Master Paxon, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Stalil, Mrs. Sanderson, Mr. Scholtz, Mr. Swift, Mr. Chase, Mr. Manter, First Sgt. Reynolds retired). THE MAILS. From Sank Francisco, ex-Siberia, October 10. To the Orient, per Siberia, Octo ber 10. To San Francisco, per Sheridan. October 7. From tho Orient, ex-Mongolfa, Oc touer 21. From Australia, ex-Zealanaia, Octo her 10. To Australia per C. A. S. Makura, October 11. SHIPPING IN POUT. enlisted men of tho army and navy and marine corps, casuals, discharged soldiers, and Filipino male servants. From Honolulu tho Sheridan will take thirty-one' in the-first-class, fllty six in tho second, and In troop quar ters four hundred and thirty-four, two hundred of whom are casuals and two hundred asd thirty-four men of the sec daughter, Lieut. George Dany, wife and son, Mrs. Jasper A. Davies, Lieut. Roderick Dmv and wife, Thomas H. Edwards, Lieut. Nedom A. Eastman, WnV. J. Enders Jr., James W. Ett- banks, Chailio II. Evans, Paul Febiger,! Mrs. Paul GIddlngs, John P. Gleffels, Lieut. Adolphe M. GI n and" wife, Mrs. Henry Glover and 2 children, on battalion of the twentieth infan-1 Lieut. De Witt C. T. Grubbs, wife and try. A large number of discharged 2 Miiiiiron ivrni anm..i n n w- i ......... '. i J . WMIUUCI W . UUIIIKV. soldiers who are entitled to free trans portatlon to the Coast and who have been waiting many weeks for the transport will be left behind, for the wife and 3 children, Mrs. Geo. W. Hall DDD 2..DD etaoin shrdlu etaoln imp and daughter, Lieut. Wm. L. Hart, A. E. Johnson, Mrs. Wm. O. Kin American-Hawaiian Steamship Co. FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day. Freight received at all times, at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street South Brooklyn. . FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT: g, s. .' TO SAIL ABOUT NOV. g, s TO SAIL ABOUT NOV. s', s .' TO SAIL ABOUT NOV. For further information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD, Agents, Honolulu. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamers of the more Company will call at and leave Honolulu on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT FOR 8AN f RANCI8CO. R. 8. CHIYO MARU OCT. 31 S. 8. NIPPON MARU OCT. 27 S. 8. NIPPON MARU NOV. 21 S. S. SHINYO MARU NOV. 24 8. 8. TENYO MARU NOV. 28 S. 8. CHIYO MARU DEC. 'iZ 8. S. SHINYO MARU DEC. 19 S. S. AMERICA MARU JAN.' 12 Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents reason that the-Sheridan with a total Capt. Thomas X. Kite and wife, Master of about eleven hundred and fifty Jack Lafitte, Miss Kinta Lafltte; Miss souls aboard has as many as she can Agnes Lafitte, Miss Sarah T. Little, possibly take. By reason of the hard- MiSs Mary Martha Martindale, John ship and injustice worked - against p. Maxwell and wife, Mrs. John J. these men who have been loafing milor. Thnmnn m Mnra,v,i around for several weeks and spend- champs C. McCulloch Jr. and 2 chil ing their few dollars, an effort will dren, Lleut. Laurence N. McNair, be made by tho depot quartermaster Lieut. Thomas E. NcNell, Geo. E. Ne- iu ou.um uuuiomy to piace tnem at SOm, .Mrs. MInta G. Nlchol, E. E. 01 government expense on the next mer- son, Maj. Henry Page and son, Mrs. chant vessel leaving for the Coast. Jose,)h . Fatei Mrs Anne B PecU( The second battalion of the twen- i.in,,f Th iw r..ii n.. CUu .muiiuy ue saving louay alter tain Wm. D. Sheppard, Maj. M. A. four years' service at. Fort Shafter. shockley, wife and 2 children, Bailey They will go t Fort Douglas, Utah.)G. Smlth( wlfe and daughter, Lieut. In order that no delay wllj msue at Rl,dolph E. Smyser. Wm. H. Southard San Francisco by having their bag- and wlfe Geo. F- gturtevant. Brig, gage examined, the customs officials v r a,- ni r here have been busy for tho last threo Weed( Ca,)t. Aloxander s vVilUams days placing seals on tne trunks, box- and wlfe Rout R millama Miss os and other packages- belonging to Kthl, r, winimnn i'.it ,i,. this battalion. Altogether the cus- w niD .,' .uij... ,, oms officials have sealed about eight John s Y Nagasaki to San Fran hundred and fifty pieces of baggage. ,. t i -.... ni ,, By pursuing this method, not only in- w,fo , dallBhter8 UmL Jenner "f , , ',7" u"a"veu "Chlsum, Ensign A. A. Corwln, Lieut, tho men of the battalion, but much T ,ii,. n .,,.. , i i , , """"-i" riimaiuu, who uiiu u UK1- oss of labor and time for the cus- t(3r,,Enslgn Albert E Ueed toms people In San Francisco will bol n a m t , avoided I "lullii" num nuu uim , ..... . puns, uciouer ( m, roniana anu The transport will leave for the . ' . . " " -,, . , ... . . i i miHB i. uarreciougu,-airs, t , Coast tonight at nine o'clock, tak ngl0,a - n(. V u , . i Ovis, Jno. Detor, Mrs. Geo. Desha, mail for the mainland. . ... Mauna Kea Brings Undesirab es. ,,. , A txr . . i Wogdwnrd, A. V. Dunn. W. Dunn. H. i no fliauna is.ea, arriving rrom Hllo. vmm t ni,iin v m .v. . , v Yuglrl, T. Machlda, K. Ogawa. T. Ya this morning, brought with ner dock! ' ,.. r .. " ' 1 " ... i niuguui, itiiHs u, uarvniuo, Mrs. i'. r. passengers a band of gypsies. The , ' ; C. Eld Id band consists of two men, three worn- w, ? 'nB L7Tn T? Ca,,um an w,fe- c- D- Williams, H. in arms and afoot. Judging from ap- MoLoughHn( wlfe nnd chW B or. . a G. H. Bergstrom, J. V. Marciel, r lyed with confusing rapidity, as they chu 0uni( c. 0. Hottle H y pntten; (Government vessels.) U. S. N. tug Navajo from Mare Is land, July 20. U. S. Lightouse Tender Kukui from Island ports, Spptembor 14. . " " (Merchant TesseU) Sailor Boy, schr., in distress, from Fanning Island, September 13. Helene, schr., from Aberdeen, Sep tember 2C. H. D. Bendlxon, Am. schr., from As toria, October 3 (at Pearl Harbor.) Mlndoro, Am. schr., from Astoria, October 3. R. P. Rithet, Am. bk., from San Francisco, October 2. PROJECTED ARRIVALS. From San Francisco. Siberia, October 10. From China and Japan. Mongolia, October 21. PROJECTED DEPARTURES, For San Francisco. Wilhelmina, October II. For Vancouver. S. S. Zealandla, October 10. S. S. Marama, November 7. For FIJI and Australia. S. S. Makura, October 11. S. S. Zealandla November 8. For China and Japan. Siberia, October 10. WHEN THE UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. HANDLE YOUR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT STEAMER. Office King-St., next Young Hotel. Telephones 1874 and" 1875. INTER.J3LAND VESSEL8. For Maul and Hawtdl Ports. Mauna Kea, I.-I. S, N Co., every Tuesday. Claudimj, r.-I S. N. Co., every Frf day. For Motokal and Maul. Mikahala, every Tuesday. For haual Ports. W. Q. Hall, I.-I. S. N. Co.. everv Thursday. Kinau, I.-I. 8. N. Co., every Tues day. Kona and Kau Ports. Mauna Loa, I.-I. 8. N. Co.. alternate Tuesdays and Fridays. TRANSPORT SERVICE. U. S. A. T. Crook, laid un at San Francisco. U. 8. A. T. Thomas at San Fran cisco. U. 8. A. T. Warren, at Philippines. U. S. A. T. Dix from Honolulu for ; Manila via Guam, September 2S. j U. S. A. T. Buford laid up at San Francisco. I U. S. A. T. Logan for Manila via Guam, September 14. I U. S. A. T. Sherman, ar. San Fran cisco from Honolulu, September 12. U. S. A. T. Sheridan from Manila v"a Nagasaki, September. 15. tember 5. ANDREW WELCH, Am, bk., from. Honolulu for San Francisco August 29. 4, BELLE OF IRELAND, for Newcastle, N. S. W from Honolulu, September 20. BLAKELY, schr., ar. Port Blakely from Hllo, Sentombor ir BONCHAMPS, Fr. bk., from Collao In ballast, via Honolulu, an Portland Ore., September 13. BOREALIS, Am. schr., for Hllo from . urayB Harbor. Sentnmhpr ? BTJFORD, U; &. A. T., from Honolulu ar. San Francisco. An mint is BERTHA, Gorman nk., from Kahulut ar. Gray's Harbor. Mav in. BUYO MARU, Jap. strar., from Hono. lulu for tho Orient. Animat oa CAMANO, schr., from Port Gamble for Hllo, September 19. CARRIER DOVE, scr., for Port Town- senu from Kahulul. Scntfimi.or n C A. THAYER, schr., nr. GraVs liar- nor from Honolulu. Sentpmhn- ir. C F. CROCKER, Am. bk., from Ho nolulu, ar. Columbia Rlvnr. .Imi. 9.1 CHINA, from Honolulu for San Fran- Cisco, Sept. 23. CHIYO MARU, Am. S. 8., from Hono- mm, ar. Yokohama August 26. COLUMBIAN, Am. S. S., from Hllo for Sallna Cruz, September 15 CORONADO, Am. tk., from nono- lulu, ar. San Francisco, June 9. CROOK, Xt. S. A. T.. lidd nn nt c- ' "A' Mb uuu Francisco. CROWN OF CASTILE, stmr., for Van couver via San Francisco, from Ho nolulu, September 21. DEFIANCE, for Port Allen from Co. lumbia River. Sontemhpr is ECLIPSE, schr., from Honolulu for wanila, September 9-. EDWARD SEWALL, Am. ship, from Kahulul. ar. New Vm-ir i.,m,ni ELDORADO, Am. schi., nl. fledondo rrom Hllo. Ju v 31. ENTERPRISE, Am. S. S. from Hila ar. San Francisco. .Jul v o ERSKINE M. PHELPS, Am. ship. ar. fnnaoelphla from Honolulu, June 14. ETHEL ZANE, Am. schr., from Hllo ar. Gray's Harbor. .Tnlv 9i EXPANSION, scr., ar. Gray's Harbor, rrom Kahului, September 8. FALLS OF CLYDE, ar. San Fran cisco from Honolulu. FLAURENCE WARD, Scr., from Mid way island, ar. Honolulu. Aucimt a FOOHNG SUE'S. Am. bk.. from Hon. for N. Y. via Mahukona, April 17. FORESTER, from Callas for Honolulu, September 1. GAMBLE, scr., ar. Port Gamble from Hllo, August 28. GENERAL HUBBARD, str. from Ho nolulu for San Francisco, August 5. HAWAII, Am. liktn., from Mahukona ' ar. San Francisco, July 22. II. D. BENDIXON. schr., nr. Honolulu from Astoria, October 3. HELENA, Am. schr., from Gray's Har- oor for Honolulu. Sentemhnr 9. HERZOGIN CECILS. Ger. ship, from iieuu ior Honolulu, August 1. HILONIAN, Am. S. S., ar. Honolulu from Seattle, October 3. HONGKONG MARU, Jap. s. a., left Honolulu for South America. .Tnlv 17 HONOIPU, Am. schi., from Hana for San Francisco. September 2. HONOLULAN, Am. S. S., from Hono lulu for San Francisco, October 3. HYADES, Am. S. S., from Honolulu: for Seattle, September 20. IRMGARD, bktn., from San Francisco. ar. Mahukona, September 12. J. A CHANSLOR, for Monterey from Honolulu,. August 30. JOHN O. MEYER, bktn., from New castle, Aus., for Honolulu, Septem ber 18. JOHN ENA, Am. Ship for Delaware. Breakwater, from Honolulu. Mnv 14 JOHN SMITH, bkt., arrived Kaana- pali from Port Ludlow. Sentembcr fi. KIYO MARU, from Honolulu for South American ports, September 21. i- j m IKOKO HEAD, bkt., from Newcastle rot; Honolulu, September 13. KONA, Am. schr., from Ahukini for Gray's Harbor, August 3. KOREA, Am. S. S.. from Honolulu for Yokohama, Sept. 25. U. S. A. T. LOGAN, from Honolulu, for Manila, September 14. LURLINE, Am. S. S from Honolulu, for San Francisco, Sept. 2C. LYMAN D. FOSTER, Am. schr., ar. Port Townsond from Honoipu, July 11 all seem to bo of .about tho same ace The entire band Is bedraggled, dirty and unkempt. Their appearanco makes wholly plauslblp their statement that" Hllo no good. No ko0 sabo for tune." Maul In From Kawalhae. Tho Inter-Island steamer Maul ar rived this morning from Kawalhao with 10,903 bags of sugar and seventy five head of cattle. Miss M. Woods, R. R. Elgin and wife, A. Mason, W. P. McDougal, H. R. Bryant, Miss A. Woo, Rev. Ito nnd (laughter, W. Lennox, wife and in fnnt, W. Jenkins and wife, Miss Jen kins, L. W. Tribe. II. Sing Fook, B. Knpunl,,M. Yokopa, J. Lindsay, Wm. Hcokanui, J. Williams, Otto Borndt. Wong HIng, Y. Van Hlng, G. Rnv mond, E. Fernnndoz, J. Konnodv. W. G. Scott, R. Barnott, wlfo, Infant and VESSELS' WHEREAB0UT8. A. F .COATES, sch., from Hllo, ur Port Townsend, September 15. A. M. BAXTER, Am. schr., ar. Gray's 'mabft mrirmrtrnc , ' . Harbor from Phrf Alton a,i, ,MaREI' RICKMERS. Ger. bk., from ALASKAN, from Honolulu Vo7seattle lAKv7lrr V via ports. September 20. '7 ur.ui, Am. dk., ar. Port Townsond MAnAM a (rom ,, - ..... from Kallua, August 30. ALEX. ISENBERG, Ger Sp., ar. Portland, Oregon, from Honolulu September 5. ALEX. T. BROWN, for Valparaiso I from Honolulu, July 11. ALICE COOKE, schr., ar. Honolulu I from Port Townsend, September 10. ARIZONAN, Am. S. S., ar. Honolulu ' from Seattle, Sopt. 28. AMERICAN MARU, Jap. S. S., ar. Honolulu from San Francisco, Sep tralia, September 13. MANCHURIA, for Honolulu from Yokohama, September 19. MARION CHILCOTT, ar. Gavlota. from Honolulu, July 21. MARY E. FOSTER,-Am. schr., from Honolulu ar. Port Townsend Aui' gust 28. ' iARY E. WINKELMAN, nr. Port Townsend, September 5, MASSACHUSETTS, for Delaware Broakwater, July 11. .