THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1910.
WATERFRONT NEWS j
GHIYO WILL BE
JURE DAYS LATE
:r.-M..-r? of the Fifth
iVc been ordered to rh-
sevt-r:il cabin passen-
B..dard will be one of
V aVuirv v.
By Merchants' Eschang.
Luriine Arrives With Big Cargo t!;.
Troopers Going Back : -
May Succeed Drew.
P. X.t js. n. one t tie oM
-r. Matron Navigation Com-
P:i:.cv I.d. ;
tr.sv return '
r date t Lan ori-j
San Francisco !
T. K. K. has arraLge-i j
to lk: i :Le CLiyo three day- and her S
sailiL; date ha been set for October j
7. riiiCt; iui Ji-un is spt.-na:n
thss. three weeK on
.;-- t tue Mauds, succeeding
Ii--.v. rt-sigr.e-1. Captain Niel-!
Lad t!.e ! ark Annie Johnson. ;
i- l -w disengaged. Several
-'ai-tain IWedson sustained
i v falhnc down a hatch.'
Wireless for Steamers.
SAX FRAX"ISa. September 20.
The -e:in.ers Aorang; as i Ma'tai. which
Le ! etweep. tins port and j
lit a c
are to ore
Australia, will, upon their arrival here
in the nest "uvile of months, be
! f j-';!'t witu United Wireless svstems
the American ' of the wo-kHowatt varietv. Tne tank
ed ;.nd is hurrying back home, j ers Roma and Whittler of the Union
i.iy.-. will arrive here about the ; oil orupar.y ure shortly to be equipped
: ' 'etude;-. J with the apr.aratns. as is also the steam
hooner Carlos of the J. Homer Fritch
Wednesday. September 2$.
.saa Francisco Sailed. Sept. 2. S.
S. Virginian, for Seattle.
San Francisco Sailed. Sept. 2. bk.
K. 1'. K.-her. for Honolulu.
San Francisco Arrive 1. Sept. 2. bk.
Jean Baptist-, hence Aug. 24.
Sau Francisco Sailed. Sept. 2. S.
S. Wilhelmina. for Honolulu.
Seattle Arrived. Sept. 2h S. S.
Hyades. from San Francisco.
Yo k o h ansa Sailed. Sevt. 2$. S . s.
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
itiio Arrived. Sept. 2. sear. W. II.
Murston, from Redondo.
s. s. Tenyo Maru. reported ashore
yesterdav. has been floated, undam
Coast, Orient and Colonial.
bis da;.-. :
the M.it- ... s
rester i.; y : r ;
list of : . . .
for .vari-. u
ill cad 1- : -Frisc
is v. . u
the lii.e:. :j.d
and M. Lea--er
uiasizig a i'-i-nrriy p
world. Tt.ey wiii vis
hor.rs and sev
r'a a g.-od siA-i
a heavy cargo
"s at w;.;eu si.e
Bringing Lumber to Hawaii.
"RTLAXTh Set.teT.bor After a
rs were brought on j s::e ; .
: M. de Kra H'ski i -c Uo-e
of 17 .lays the Aiiierieaa;
Wiilic U. Haw. Captain Mc-1
: a i.r 1 the river frjni Saa
:: ;s nu'i'inng. Sie is nii'ier j
o the L. W. I'avhl c..:npany !
'i.v'rr liTe f'r KoiU'iU'lI illi'l ;
be tao first vcs-.. i s..-:it '. r- .:.
'.tv to the ;;t:i i- with a
of the t
of P in. i.
i e w
iC volcano and
tiie I'rient t.u
xt montii. Col. Miiis I n.-t
partment it' here in ':-'
Mr. an.l Mrs. Walsli
,: 1 i..ine "'i account
Their child, but the
freight of 42"f tons ' ti;
s.: ij.ai.. i.t of frozen I
t (juartei -iia-ter of ;
i-eeiianeons store:! APKRDKKX. Sej teml
Itenrv Water-; iii-o: x. I
t Co;s:pai y. two horses for
abb's, os e for J. F. O'Iburn.
,p for Hind. Ivolph A: Co.
ai- there are 142. tons in
o:al h" t.'n boiis for Paia.
r . -.
nsissifoi, jor a mor.tn. whtie extensive
aberatioas are made in the passenger
otnino iations.. ine present' snia
tne too; i i
present i,u'n'er of stateroom? will be
added. She wiil then be similar in ap-;
pearanee to th Wilhelmina. ;
i ne f-vpoiimenr or snipping raolaes f
- hit : a
. .n s,.vera
d , I at ti;
: t'ohrnbia sd.
e II. Ihi!i:e ,
. bat she 1.-.-..'"
"e :ii ill read." '
s a .. d u -v
rate, she -v
Mails are due from the following
rdnts as follows:
San Franeise.-i Per ancbu:a, Mon
day. Yokohama Per Mongolia. Oct. S.
Australia Per Makura. Oct. 11.
Victoria Per Marania. Oct. 14.
Mails will depart for the following
points a9 follows:
San Francisco Per Luriine. Oe 4.
Yokohama Per Mav.eUtrb-., Monduv.
Vancouver Per Makura. Oct. 11.
Svdnev Per Marania. Oct. 14.
lEuMdrng Lotis for aDe
KALIHI. near King Street, 50x100 lot $ 300.
KAIMUKI, near Car Line, 50x100 lot 500.
MANOA, near Car Line, 100x150 lot 640.
KINAU STREET, large lot 1200.
We have Lots and Homes in all
parts of the City for sale. The above
are some exceptionally good bargains.
Trent Trust Co-, Ltd.
POST OF HONOLULU.
Captain Peterson IV:
ca-t of :
.- -p;son ot t:
ad a nars o
lay af terror
ies when hi
X - ' .
of the uts r. me at "tie
11 t e piaeed out of com-
d-d v. . 'he II. K.
iloorian. It fa'Hno id
Captain Peter-on srv k
icg h-ok th.i vns danc'
deck. The hook caught
v,-hi:e it t.re the flesh h
roc.e tuc e nf nis ;
e wi;i De iengthenea out to ) p,-..r-on taken to tl.t
deek. and about double the ' o,,,,. ; rM.:-q' where h" u
oie fifteen s'irt
i . o-o the cut. iU
to h:s home.
tr;:a:o steamer stra
m tne t-tnpty :a,i,ks ot the Luriine tas
stsccessfr.!. The first shipment of 2"00
berth at Don ova i mill to-
v ed to it-
i'"11"' " - - 'i i i v a:t : w. ; ii-a-t a ranuti ea rso tor
tons was pumped out aj Crockett wnere ; Sv.t? .--,-. Xew South Waie-.
tiie sugar retinery is located. While at i dx-hooner Chrrchill is at the Lind-
Kahului tiiis trip the Lnrliue will take i srrom shdovar
n 2'.m" tons of n.olasses again lor the' fore loading for off shore.
for an overnauun.
Pacific Mail Stirred to Action.
an;e destination. In addition the Lur-i
line will pick op a big consignment of
canned pineapples, taking about 1-5.000
cases, in addition to a small amount of
The Luriine leaves for Kahnlni toJ they proposed to put on a. line of steam-
morrow afternoon. ers oetneen an rrancisc.) ana i anama
-aies news tu.ir tiie i aeine .nan win
upon the announce
& Chesebrough that
Luriine' s Cioce Connections.
The Luriine win not leave here for
start an express freight service be
tween Sau Francisco and Xew York,
Kahului until Saturday evening, owing ' via Panama, to begin on September 3'.
to the large amount of freieht to be which. It is asserted, should give a
handied here, and will return to Hono-1 twenty-day service, if the eastern con
lulu at two o'clock Tuesday morning ' nations make the time that they-have
sailing for San FranHsco at "six o'clock promised. In any event, the Pacitic
in the afternoon of the same dav. j Mad guarantees the time of thirteen
I davs between San Francisco and Bal
Troopers to Leave. ' the rort of .ncon. with sailings
The transport Sheridan en route from every fifteen days.
Manila via X'agasaki for Honolulu and J Shipping Notesv
San Francisco is expected here about . s s Manchuria is due here Mondav
October 4. The transport w:il earry fr(,m San Francisco.
mr tT nvfYrreT'n" mnT Tnrrnn I The Hall sails at five o'clock this
STATES WEATHER BUREAU.
IIoboIuIu, Wednesday, Sept. S, 1910.
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afternoon f cr Kauai.
Canadian-Australian steamship Ma
kura left Svdnev for Suva. Honolulu I
and Victoria on Monday. The vessel
is due here October 11.
The oil ships Marion C'hilcott and the
Tails of Hyde, from Gaviota, and the
steamer Santa Maria, from Port San
Luis, are en route to this port.
Purser Killing of the Claudine re
poits the Ftlfl Ziine. f'.iraano and Bore
alis at Ililo on Monday and the ship
W. T. Lewis at Kahului on Tuesday.
The Matson steamship WHhelmina, j
with a verv large list of passengers '
and a big cargo, left San Francisco for j
Honolulu yesterday. The vessel is due
here Tuesdav morning.
The Mat-on freighter Xevndan de
parted last evening fur Kahului, Kaa- I
napa'i. Hi:o and I'ort Allen, en route !
1 he vessel is to pick up a.
crenient of canned pine--
WM. B. STuCKMAX,
TIDES. SUN A3TD MOON.
e ' 2 is
g i to Seattle.
apples tor eaTtie iiistriiaition. j
The cable sclmoner Flaurence Ward!
mav sail for Midway Island today,'
carrying stores for the cable colony,!
together with a lot of good soil to;
dump on the sands near the buildings I
of the cable company. J
Purnor has it that Captain Kit t may j
be reiieved of the command of the liner j
Mongolia because of the grounding of!
tne vessels ;n
;i wafers. Ceneral
, I,,'". P.ni i to, f.m i K'e
1U.2 1 7 ll.iii 2 20 ft.S 5.51 5.4B
t 27 U v
,1 t ii, a rn.
2Sl-:.37 l.f o.iti
J 1 . 1.5
S 2..'i 1.7
1 I i 1 -i
p.jn .ni I
S M 5.M 5.48 0.40
: i !
s .02 5. IS S.M S.47 j 4
s 1 ii .32 5.52 5 4-5 2 3s.
! s.47; 7.32 ;
! 5 4s 3. a
is 9.05 s 25 5.52 5 i 4.27
2 3.20. I'- a.Viii t 2 fi.lf.5 5J 1 43 5 1Q
r- "i -ot. 2 at .10:01 p. m.
I The tides at Kahului and Hil oeeur
ut one hour earlier than at Hono-
j ,,Ba.waiillZi standard time it 10 hour
-i minatei slower than Greenwich time,
IS ""n? taixt of the meridian of 157 de-
Ijeg 30 minute- The time whiatle
Wos at 1:.?) p. m hic is the same
Greenwich 0 hours 0 minntei. Sun
f a moon tr?- for local time for tb.
I A "fti sr-rnr.
Manager Schwerin saw the pilikia of
the Mongolia from the deck of the Man
churia as the latter was pnssing in to
Yokohama, and is said to h.ve been
Alexander & Baldwin are issuing
their three months' calendar to patrons
This calendar is pronounced one of the i
lost issued anywhere. It is invaluable J
:n the business section, as it carries on j
iis fa.-e the time of arrival and depart
ure of all mail steamer. The demand ;
for this calendar always exceeds the
siipplv. The company gets out an issue
of several thousand everv three months.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching. Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis.
U. S. of A.
ii. .-. "s. Ad i - .:. -
-. Yd. 1 1. :i :;. :.i- K .--c
- Cd: ; 1. ' C - - 1
M. X. S. s. Liirbne. :;r Kahului. p.
tr. K . a . fr K.. . . r ots. ;
Str. Mikahala. from Molokai and
Maui ports", a. m. !
DUE MONDAY. i
P. M". S. S. ' Manchuria. Saunders.:
from Sail Franeiseo. a. m. j
DUE TUESDAY. j
M. X. S. S. Lurhue, fioai Kahului,
2 a. 111.
U. S. A. T." Sheridan, from Manila,
M. X". S. S. Luriine, for San Fran
cisco, 6 p. ni.
M. X. S. S. Wilhelmina. from San
Francisco, a. m.
Per str. Claudine. from Hawaii and
Maui ports, September "J.. A. J. Welch
A. Gartley, E. J. Lord, Captain Bruhn,
T. Osaki, Ah Fook. C. Ac-hern, Takawa.
S. Ah Look, Miss H. Bobron. Mrs. M.
W. Hoge. F. 'F. Harvey. S. Kanae and
wife, J. F. Mackenzie, Miss F. Lloyd.
Miss H. Llovd. J. A. Sheedv and wife,
H. Bodell. W. S. West and child, A. S.
Prescott, Mr. Muir, D. S. Meyer. II. K.
Far. P. Lyan, Mrs. J. S. Kikoo and
child. S. M". Kana. C. Waldever, Mrs. C.
W. Hudson and 39 deck.
Per str. W. CC Hall, from Kauai ports.
Sept. 2. C. W. Spitz, Mrs. II. Arm
strong, . Ilev. V. Ault. Mrs. Smith. Li
Conway, Mrs. W. Barnard. Miss Irwin,!
Dr. George Huddy. M. Ito, K. Xaka
moto, J. Yamanaka, and -1 deck.
Per M. X. S. S. Luriine from Saa !
Francisco. Sept. 2S. J. Wagner. Mrs.
G. Flanders and child, Mrs. J. Buchlv,
MVs. W. L. Ly!e and child. 11. Bade'r,
Mrs. J. M. (iresham. Miss L. M. G res
ham. Miss A. Kuouse. Miss H. Knouse.
Miss 11. Lord. F. Kenyou. Mrs. .1. V.
Leonard and child. Miss L. ,). Law, J.
M. Wilev. Miss B. Wiiev, Miss .1. l'ratt.
Mrs. J. G. Moore. Miss"'!). Meyer. Miss
M. Thomas. W. M. Temjdeton. Judge
McKay, Mis. McKay. L. 1 tarn mei. CC I).
Freetii. L. A. (juiim! Ii. L. MiHIs. ,1. V.
Powers. P. W ICiii-. W. Walsh. Mrs.
Walsh. Mrs. L. Curtis and child. L. M.
Fox, A. Krajewski, A. Levassor, d
Menke, Miss L. Uemmer. !.'. G. Moore.
I. J. Sullivan. Mr-, ip Knight. A. M.
Webster, Mrs. Webster and three
children. II. K. Battel!.
Booked to Depart.
Per str. W. (J. Hall, for Kauai ports.
Sept. 2!. Mrs. 1 ). Kaulike and child.
K. W. T. Purvis. Mr. Irwin. G. X. Wil
cox. J. Cocektt.
VESSELS IN PORT.
(Army and Navy.
Kukui, U. S. L. H. T., Keriger.
Thetis, IT. S. R. C, Cochran, from
cruise, Sept. 3.
Andrew Welch, Am. bk., from San
Franc iseo, Sept. 22.
David Evans, Aberdeen, Sept 3 (Pearl
Dumfriesshire, Br. sp., Hamburg, Sept.
Flaurence Ward, Am. schr., Midway
Is., Aug. 11.
Br. s.s., Baltimore,
mm "ask xm?
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WAITED FOUR HOURS
FOR MEDICAL HELP
First Boy to Seek Aid for Victims
of Powder Explosion Went
court. in an opinion
Weed en. San Fran
Luiliue. Am. s.s.
ciseo, Sept. US.
M. Turner, Am. schr.. I'ort Hallock,
Sept. IS (Pearl Harbor).
Ma Tun da, Br. s.s.. Newport News, Sept.
Torsdal, Nor. s.s., Xewcastle, Sept. 23.
Volnay, Br. s.s., Baltimore, Sept. 19.
(Special Correspondence to The
UAN.V. Maui. September 23. The
coroner's jury investigating the death
of Poma'kai lias brought in a verdict
of death from the careless handing of
dynamite, the. boy having had his left
hip shattered and his chest, blown in
by an explosion at Ulaino on the 21st,
dy;ng from hemorrhage.
Further investigation of the aecident
resulted in new phases being given to
the cast-. Nearly four- hours" elapsed
after the accident before a physician
was notified, the first boy who was
sent to telephone becoming alarmed at
the coiisi-qiieiices and. going to bed in
stead, wlo re was discovered the next
David Lindsey Makahilahila. who
ha-l been stirring the powder that was
being dried ever the fire, lost his right
hand. Honokahi a toe and the five other
bovs received gravel and pieces of the
lard tin containing the powder in vari
ous portions of their anatomy.
Deputy sheriff Levi Joseph presided
at the inquest.
handed down yesterday, sustains the
circuit judge in Lis ruling in the case
of Kahua and Fpai eisus the Palolo
Land and Improvement Company, dis
missing the bill of exceptions upon
which the plaintiffs appealed.
The piaintffs sued the defendant
company for damages in the sum of
:irtM), alleged to have been sustained
by them through the breaking of a dam
owned by the defendant and the con
sequent flooding of the premises occu
pied by the plaintiffs. The circuit
court decided in favor of the defendant
company on the ground that the suit
was not brought within a year after
the alleged damage was sustained, as
required by law. This ruling is sus
tained by the supreme court.
Cooper Ruled Correctly.
Tn another opinion, also rendered
yesterday, the supreme court sustains
the trial judge in bis ruling in the
case of the Territory versus Lau Chong.
Lau Chong was convicted in the cir
cuit court of assault with a weapon
obviously and imminently dangerous to j
life. He brought exceptions upon nil- i
ings upon instructions and also upon I
the verdict and the refusal of a new-1
trial." The supreme court, however
considers that the trial judge ruled cor
recti v. and so decides.
WILL DO IT.
I EXPECT TO BE IN MY STORE
IRA O. CARTER,
UNION ELECTRIC CO.
In-beautiful Jewelry bits
Hotel St. bet. Maunakea and Smitk
C. L. HOPKINS
Agent Grant Marriage Licenses
Hawaiian Interpreter and Translator
Office: Judiciary Bldg. Honrs 9 a. m,
to 4 p. m.
s i. .
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