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THE PACITIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910.
16 13 an. hat iea, ill giTe I I hav, ucl bet lle Baae e wots again le. no peer, tj mflei of the e on . tmanship "iced eai. de job." nd then Ed some aimers a CK. the Su tor Cou rt? allot. rding u td. RFRONT NEWS f MARINE REPORT. By Merchants Exchange. J Cm mi i inn Tl III MILLIUli II Dix Receives Order. f i Orders have been , Teeeived to the 'effect that the 'transport Dix will dis ' charge but half of her Japanese coal j cargo here arid will proceed to Seattle J and San Francisco to load horses for the miiltarv on this Island. After de- RfiatS Have Taken Away il'.vering th,- animals here, the transport jatson duuio wi! to 8aitte in t0 load for MS IF PIS SHIPPED Immense Amount of Fruit in Last Few Days, PORT OF HONOLULU. ARRIVED. Tuesday. October 11. -A. S. S'. Makura, from Colonies, a. m. DEPARTED. Str. Mauna Kea, for Ililo and way ports, 10 a. m. Manila She will leave here early next , kai ports 5 p. m. tth" Str. Kinau. for Kauai ports, 5 p. m. Makura's Twelve Hours Here. . . C.-A. S. ."5. Makura. for Victoria, 6 . . ; . I P. ni. 'HJtvu xiuujb iu iiuuuium csii'iua v L-ntrree thousand eases of , " i" JTwenty "l,rc 1 sengers aboard the Canadian-Austra-nineaw.les will U-are Honolulu ,: ,: nuiw. u - a.iu siraiiifiii 1 janura. wuieu was ou CT the hold of the Matson steam- 1 . W m tne noiu u , &i 0..iocl. JU the morning from tv trilbelmina. ! aA ,.,:.,, f . 1, Matson people have so far this; lDth taken away something l.e eigh- atter six Q .(,!oek in the eveniug- .jeven 'thoutaDit cases 01 me cauueu j raSsengers Sor Honolulu numbered ft! Ct W fllC 'I - JUt ft lit' t' liu Uilil U IV. li Ltll'IU, I TV v 1 1 J" 3 -V 1 11 '4 J. H L or.llenee 01 its preparanon. .,1 "' ,e exteuen.e 1 1 , theaters. Irom this port but m the twest v-three thousand: , , ... .s,des me i a tew passengers lett for ancuuvcr , leaving this morning in the U u- :in, Victoria, the greatest num-ber be- ana,' there were seventeen thou- j ing in the steerage or third class and Li-eases shipped on October fourth 1 wmg hussians, jourteen men ana a .Mmkhi' ,evaIan, . ana lorrv- 1 J v . -- 1 r steams n 1 i , ; pects here and are anxious to a't to tea thousand cases were MuppeJ. iO . C;iuadaf w1(I10e, if thev can't find anv .Coast per Matson . . Lurhue , k f fair .wagl.8 they will go to U Kit nere J""' """fe ; t he United States. Most prominent Oetotoer nttn. j among the through passengers is Gov- tottnung two uuu i . iu iur w..-, , (irnor So,f wh() JS retiring frolll the rule U have-'been smpi-ea out ux jioho- : (f Oerman-Samoa and is homeward Lfnrithe mainland in the last ei:nt 1 innnil Mi, ar.1,1.,.,:Ji iiv- i,u -ife ver two million tins of juicy , an1 cLiw a maid a( a yaet Iniiin pineapples. . j The Maktira left Sydnev in the after- rK. Sierra, leaving this morning, also ; , f 8e;,tpml)0r 2i;, arrivins at Bris- U a lot of canned Irnit. iban- in the morning of September 2S. 5 ten o'clock this morning tne W U- j anJ reaeh;r Sliva n October 3. leav Qna and the Sierra both leave for j jnir th(ire in the lllorllis 0f October 4. U Francisco, tne earr.w..s 1"; Strong east and northeast winds were Tuesday. October 11. ; FJclondo, Arrived. October 10, schr. Tran.-ir. from llilo, September 15. San Francisco Arrived October 11. S. S. N'evadan, from Port Allen. San Francisco Sailed October 11 1 p. m.. S. S. Asia, for Honolulu. . f'usiet SoundSailed October. 11. tug Hereub-s. with Dredger Turbine in'tow llonoipu Arrived October 11, schr. Muriel, from San Francisco. Newcastle Arrived. Br. S. S. Eome ra. October S, from Honolulu, Septem ber 22. V Am. s,p. Marion Chilcoit, for Gaviota, o p. m. DUE TODAY. F. S. A. T. Sherman; from San Fran cisco, noon. T. K. K. S. S. Chivo Maru, from San J rraucisco (three days latej, ti a. in. SAIL TODAY. O. S. S. Sierra, for San Francisco, 10 a. m. M. X. S. S. Wilhelmina, for San Fran cisco, 10 a. m. DUE TOMORROW. M. N. -S. y Hyades. from Seattle. DUE FRIDAY. C.-A. S. S. Marama, from Victoria, a. m. T. K. K. Tenyo Maru, from Orient, p. m. or early Saturday. Str. Mauna Loa, from Kona and Kau, a. m. DUE SATURDAY M. X. S. S. Jlilonian, from San Fran cisco, a. in.- SAIL SATURDAY. T. K. K. Tenyo Maru, for San Fran cisco, probably p. m. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per C.-A. S. S. Makura, from Colouies r NEXT MAILS. Coast, Orient and Colonial. Mails are due from the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Chiyo Maru. todfv. Yokohama Per Tenvo Maru, Saturday. Australia Per Zealandia, Nov. S. Victoria Per Marama, Friday. Mails will depart ror the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Sierra, todav. Yokohama Per Chiyo Maru, todav. Vancouver Per Zealandia, Nov. S." Sydney Per Marama, Friday. I Palama Lots For Sale New Tract Just Opened The opportunity to purchase a lot near to the city is offered. You can get a splendid lot for as low a sum as $200; others for sale at $350, $375, $575, etc. Trent Trust Co., Ltd. J as she will lead' the Uhelmina , Pxperieace(1 fl0m Sydney, with rough October 11. Mesdames Quinlan and taiga vtuiucu v..v. tea? as far as Suva. After wuva was he Wilhelmina goes up comparative- I left 'nioderatc easterlv -winds and fine flight this trip, as does the Sierra for j weathr.r were prij0ved until October S. U matter. Aboard the big Matson j fol!owf.d bv f;es'hVasterlv winds and Ci ai ,v,a ipide the 2.'i.0iM) case-s I , , ... . i t? "1 . r 1 -u 7 heart seas untu arrival nere. xictgm- canned pines aoove -nor eu on i. a.uut f Honolulu consisted of seven eases JO tranches of 'bananas and about suo m SJU,ks of grass od. of raw sugar. She will carry over . f easin rf5 thirtv kegs 0f ty. passengers in tne eaDin ine;,orned bepf 40f) sa(,ks of lu.p5nSt 294 BttwaMn iw. TV v u m'" of dried Wood, 3fi00 sacks of tBOiis Island freight and about half , snl,rivat f ani,m0nia. 75 keas of frozen dred passengers. enn Q,rnMp frny.en mutton and fleWflhelmina is due to arrive at i 'ka of slinarieS. From Hono- V Francisco -n October IS and '" hnlu'the Makura took ' away 200 cases . 1 3 27th ixj TON, CM on, Attorw 5, 12, II n Mtmrl ninearvnles and a few miscel laneous packages. Mauna Kea for Hilo. Steamer Mauna Kea got away yester- U from that .port again for Honolulu October 26. arriving nere on tne sec- dav of November. ffheHilonian, of the Matson line, is t her Saturday from JSan J; ranciseo OfUimucsiui., .v o , , ... - . wkila th. Tnr ine is tmderirine JV " - kirs in Saa Francisco. I sized crowd of island people and tour- Bb the nest trip down of the Wil- j ists. the latter going to visit the vol- imina it is expected that a Jarge , eano whieh, according to wireless ad Iwd of ipassengers will arrive, inelud- j vices received yesterday by Lycurgus, V fur number or tourists, v apxain ; js verv active and presenting a most Ihnson having 'been informed when 1 magnificent spectacle. )t in Ban Francisco that it looked as j xrans-porx xue xuuay. there im going to be a crowd com- V her oa the next trip. XAL" OrrlCB OP THE XJTCITED RATSS WITHER BUREAU. Inoluln, Tuesday, October 11, 1910. ETING. 7, Limitai that the t of the lis ., Ltd., Willi ; compJ sday, Oeui m. - .1 NOETH, ry Pro Tea ora the M . will aij nsurane a :TENBEBH 1 M; 57 " 71 ! S2. 69 ; W SC S a.Kl 3J ! 87 V SC.02- 82 I 74 I f K.01 81 . 74 P 7S i 80 F ( 80 -; Jo j 75 f IS' iS 70 j 75 P ' SS : 72 ! 7: ICE. sh holiday O., LTD, ii 77 tflS.fi & 1 i 3. and XE. WM. B. STuCKMAN. Beetioa Diretr. OF Work th r. IC CO. inff. ATE OS. Building. EIU 5ya e Orpke8 SLn ws TBMMO. id CO! .CO .(0 ..CO .02! .tl 01 CO .00 .00! T .01 0 X 72 SO 74 -a 81 75 75 6W 66 C9 72 WIND 8 If W SE 0 s a SB S ..United States Army transport Sher man will arrive today, probably dock ing ea ly in the afternoon and proceed ing to Guam and Manila on the day fol lowing. She brings a squadron of the Fifth Cavalry and is carrying troops for the Philippines. A prominent pas senger is the Sultan of Sulu, traveling under American protection. Mail Trom Frisco -Today. Toyo Kisen Kaisha Chiyo Maru is due early this inorningf rom Sua Fran cisco, carrying Prince Tsai H.sun who is on his wav home to China and who three children, J. Holbrook, I). Iiol- brook Hare. S. F. Davies, Holding, Sparks and two children, M. E. Napier, Carver, Brown, C. L. Eaton, Cray and two children. Osborne. A. B. Clemeiice; Messrs. V. A. Wawn, 15. F. Syme, F. P. Jepsou, H. C. Willis, Golding. Carver, E. Pritchard, 11. Alberto, Rev. T. Goh mer, V. V. Brown, R. S. Grav, A. B. Pursell, W. 11. Gray, J. Wilkinson, B. Young, A. Osborne, Claussuer (2); Misses Cojipin (2), I?. Opitz, nemiug (2). Departed. Per str. Kinau, for Kauai. October 11 Francis Gay, Miss Hodgin, Sister Albertina, W. li. Jardin, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Deering. Per C.-A. S. S. Makura. for Vancou ver and Victoria. October 11. W. II. Soper, II. F. Engle, C. Moreni and wife, C. Knil and 15 Russians in steerage. Per str. Mauna Kea. for Maui and Hawaii ports, October 11. Prof. Baron, Bruce Cartwright. Miss M. Peterson, Mrs. A. Tavares, Dr. W. C. Watson and wife, Miss Field. E. J. Unstable and wife. W. Green, J. P. Foster and fam ilv, G. T. McHenry, A. R. Hatfield, J. K. Brown. Mrs. J. J. Han. Mrs. E. H. Ehu. Mrs. W. .Arlington. O. Sorenson, R. J. Hind, J. G. Smith, J. O. Young, H. Schultze, Mrs. Watson, Dr. Glaisyer, W. Watson, A. J. Schoeuberger, H. T. Hayselden. J. Buchanan, J. Kanui, A. Bowman, E. P. Chapiu, H. S. Decker, Miss C. A. Howard. Mrs. S. C. Bell and 3 children, Sarah Mookini, Mrs. E. H. Lewis. Miss A. H. Lewis, W. A. Clark, P. Kay, C. B. Hofgaard. D. Leith, W. N. Peterson, Misses J. and M. Fleming. . Booked to Depart Per T. K. K. Chiyo Maru, for Orient, October 12. S. Newman and wife. A. Levassor, E. S. Winslow, H. F. Kidder, passed this way when going to the:!. W . Robertson, S. Ozaki, F. Darsie, States to study American naval ineth-' Mrs. Darsie. W. W. Darsie, Miss M. ods. The local government wouldn 't let ! Darsie, E. C. Salmon. Miss Sarah Al- :he public approach him when he wasjlen, Mrs. Coldfaiu and child. Chock HDES, SUN AND MOON. here before and on the preseut trip he will probably not come ashore, perhaps fearing another attempt at assassina tion, he having been attacked in Oak land bv a crazy Chinese who wanted to shoot him. The Japanese liner is about Hthree days behind time and will likely 14 j get away ior me uneut in tne aiter- noon. Zealandia Reaches Suva. SUVA. Fiji. September 2S. The C A. R. M. S. Zfalar.dia arrived from Vancouver via Honolulu and Fanning Island at tl v. rn. on Mondav. The - ' 2 a at o ' o35 a ;r h I j a j; s . j s ' ,.;.m- P.m. p.m. p.m.. t iS ni J. ! -m - . u l.U 2.i S .38 1 ( 5.s 1 11 1. k- ' :"u-i M 8.50. S.Ov 5.56 5.35 ; 0.5( 7.10 4.54 5 57 5.34 I tm i i 14 tti i.a 1 12 it.. : U. 1.'! 1.5! l.S. 1.4 2 1- 0.02 1 0 i.l f .14 5 57 5.33 2. Of i .';) 7.1 5 St)5.82 ! 'hew and family, A. Kra.jewski Ter O. S. S. Sierra, for San Francisco, October 12 Mr. and Mrs. X. E. Gedge, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Burnett, H. A. Lee Miss L. G. Johnson, Mrs. T. B. Haight I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. K'rk- patrick, Miss C. Ij. Zehrmg, ,. Schar tin, Master Hayin, W. J. Cutting, Miss N. B. Winston, H. L. Waldo, Mrs. Hen riques, ('. W. Miller. Mr. Ilodson, Miss Miller, J. Scull v, H. T. Moore Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Blair, V. II. Frie'dlv, Mrs. C. II. Waterman, A. C. McNeill. Paul Withinrton, Miss Jones. Mr. ami Mrs. T.vle, Mr. and Mrs. C. p.aelnnan. Miss iF. Kellv. Miss V. Kellv. H. II. Scovel, U; T U'nllv Mr II T Itlltr, At rc on i-th September, and from Victoria ! (;ajj,g,;(.r A." W. ' Spencer, Mr.' Gal iJ. ., the saine evening; arriving at .,,,,. Honolulu on the H'.t.l, instant, at 5:1s, ' ppr 'M x s s wihflImina. fnr San i. m aJ Mnl.,1 at 12:2o p. .... the , Fr.tll(.is(.0- October 12 Miss . ',. next day. A call was made at I -anniug y,ynmu Mrs. L. J. Warren and child, Island on the roth instant, and arrived; H(,tVman, w. l;,,. K. R. shaw, at Suva a- ..bove. Fine weather was; w i.-;,n,. r purser reports -Sailed from Vancouver JL BARGAINS IN Second-Hand Automobiles experience' Amni'gst the W, Jackson, branch of the inroug.ioui tne v o.M.ge. , Sin;th A. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. tlnoug!. passeuirers is I.!,, Fre,.h. Waiter Dovle. Mr. and manager ot the Sydney nisteli and infnnt Alis "nion S, S. Company, a1 St QUartor r.f K .. -..I K, ' ' ui tuc umuu wciODer xi. f-n tides t Khni, u;i. L 0118 fao" Earlier than at Hono- F,riit fvnA,TA -in v autet ilower than Ureenwieh time, H that of the moriH;,, i:t ' at 1:30 p. m., which is the same -'wnwieb. 0 hours 0 minutet. Sun noon ar for local time fnr r, (ir.ti'i Storer. I-. lxenvon. Miss K T.ord. party f Australian mounted cadets -vrrs r I)v0 Mrs. A. M. Wertz. Mrs. who have been touring the world, also; w T) j.,r'a m. K Patv "Mrs a ..umber of American pugilists. When ; ,. ,, F.Hror yW alul Mrs. Fr,.,i Smith The Zealand.a b'tt ancouver she was;.1(, illt-allt, Miss Tda Anderson. Mrs. C. a full ship, both as regards pass-ensrers . T Mil!Si Mis B. Schott. Miss Margaret a:id cargo. F.-ity-s.x passengers were ; nnn() Mr ;nill Mrs. Geo. Rolph Mr. landed at Voncnver. She continued j Mr, n y . Camj.bell, Miss A. Wick i.er -..'iruev to Sydney via Brisbane at j -.-.,, ir. (llsort. Mrs. (i 1! T7i,.V-,nr.1- son. Miss C. Oilman. Mis? II. llobron, Rudolph Sprei kels. T. Magee, Miss P. We are offering for sale the following Second-hand Cars, now on exhibition in our salesroom at exceptional prices: Model 10 Buick runabout; three-speed transmission; single rear seat; English Lake color; new top; fully equipped, including magneto; 18 H. P. F. O. B. Honolulu t 850.00 1910 Model 30 Cadillac touring car; 33 II. P., new top; newly painted. F. O. B. Honolulu $1,200.00 1910 Model 30 Cadillac demi-tonneau; fully equipped, including new set of tires. Run 3000 miles only. F. O. B. Honolulu $1,450.00 1910 Franklin double rumble roadster; 22 H. P., fully equipped, including Bosch magneto. F. O. ' B. Honolulu $1,000.00 t .. Peerless 7-passenger touring car; fully equipped, including new top; body; radiator; hood; foot ! boards; tires; glass-front, etc. F. O. B. Honolulu $2,800.00 1907 Pope-Hartford 5-passeuger touring car, fully equipped. F. O. B. Honolulu.... $1,400.00 1909 Reo runabout; fully equipped, including top and glass-front. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 350.00 . . i. . Reo five-passenger touring car, painted black. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 150.00 Reo five passenger touring car, painted red. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 150.00 Winton Model K five-pa sssenger touring car, four-cylinder type. F. O. B. Honolulu $ 250.00 One 1908 Ford runabout $ 125.00 Model X Stevens-Duryea touring car, fully equipped, including prestolite tank, glass-front, tools, etc. F. O. B. Honolulu $2,000.00 One 6-40 Thomas double-rumble roadster, fully equipped, including top, glass-front, prestolite tank, two tire covers, etc. . T. $1,500.00 We should be pleased to have you call at our salesrooms and inspect these cars, which are now on exhibition. Further information and demonstrations given on application. The vonlamm-Young Co., Ltd. HONOLULU, T. H. ITOtlD. lEOXOLOOlCAT. r Pe Eterv Snnrt. f v. ..! -""a II t?2!0See. U. S. Weather Bureau. In a. :n. yesterday. Sewail Makes Smart Passage Th, Hattera September 27, bound from ll'iiKdulu -0 Delaware Breakwater. Miakin the iasage in the smart time of 121 day j a cargo ..t . IREK v W I N I men: run 1 'Mil P. T?ol,erts Mrs J P. Roberts Mrs T? hip Edward S-wa!l passed Gapei M,,a(1 an1 ehild. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Enquist. Mrs. J. ( . Moore, Mrs. M. Knigiit. 'ol. 7.. S. Spalding. Mrs. O. Wolters. li,o. B. McCIe'lan. R. E. Bald ing. R. I. P.entley. -Mis. A. Franks, O. I racommetti. A. S. Holman. O. J. Hughes, L. M. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. G. Hughes. M. Joi.geneel. Dr. W. H. Sehoening. J. A. s.ott. Mis Martha Smith. J. J. Sullivan. a! trom Xewport New. S i 3 - lC4 i5t.C8 ii 1 01 ' in i 2 !l 5 4 s K K S K F F. N K F. f-7Bomet temperature, instrumental :ed . "lclcr reaiinira are cor trtered to take! to ; ranc-s.-o tor the I . . irovein-; The Hawaiian Isles made the' rom Kahu'u! to Philadelphia inj n " da', s. the record for that! rar, the ticv bet being the bark Nuu-1 ai.u iio-ii Kahr.lui to New York in 1171 lavs and th . "Oi'p I-'irigo frm Hono- j ;a i a t. i a . .a'le i pi, la ; n i n aa. Shipping Notes. Schooner M-.iriel yesterday arrived at! cruise, Sept. S. ll"!ioip; f roai San Franeisc. j (Merchant Vessels.) srea !-!! Asia sailed from San Fran- j Herzogin ecilie. (5er. p.. Leith. Oct. 7 cisco f iv IJonoluiu yesterday. j Kilehattan. Br. s.s.. Norfolk. Oct. 3. Schoorer Transit arrived at Redondo j Philippine. Am. s.-hr.. Fort Bragg from Hilo on Monday, having left Ililo VESSELS IN PORT. ! (Armv and Navy.": Dix. U. S. A. T.. from Manila. Oct. 9. ' Kiikui. U. S. L. H. T., Keriger ! Thetis. U. S. R. C, Cochran, from II SHIRLEY PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS are the only suspenders made with the sliding cord in the back, which instantly responds to every movement of the body and relieves all strain on the shoulders and trouser buttons. This makes " Shirley Pres ident" Suspenders not only the most comfortable, but the most durable. Ask your dealer for the "Shirley President" Suspender the genuine has"Shirley Presidenf'on the buckle. ji' i in 1 - I !f If; I Manufactured by The C. A. Edgarton Manufacturino Co. SHIRLEY, MASS., U. S. A. 0 Every pair guaranteed Avoid Inferior Imitations A Audit Company of Hawaii P. 0. Box 646. 924 Bethel St. Telephone 2047. Conducts ail classes of Audits and Investigations, and furnishes Reports on all kinds of financial work. Suggestions given for simpli tying or systematizing office work. AI! business confidential. org. ,a r . eu ATerage ciotidiness stated id i, JL 0 t0 10- Direction of fSUt8J. m' Velocity'of airect-cn during 24 o, September lo. The Tug Hercules left Paget Sound ves-erdav for Pear Harbor with the big dredger Tnibine in tow. The latter vrV. be used in the Pearl Harbor work. Sfea mship Nevada n arrived at San Frar; ciseo on Tuesday from Kleele. or Port Aie-'i. presei;; otbe'a ict. 7. S. ('. Alien, Sierra. O. Wi 1 helm; n a , rn. bk.. Port Ludlow, Oct. 3. . S.. San Francisco. Oct. 7. Am. s.s.. Hilo. Oct. 9. TO CLEAN KNITTED SHAWL TRANSPORT SERVICE. Buford at San Francisc. Dix, in port. I.og;ii:. at Manila. Oo', 4. i is the Kauai port "s i Sheridan, from Hon. for S. P.. Oct. 6. name. biierman, from S. F. for Hon., Oct. 5. The shawl white soap. She w a t e r wnirc woman who finds her knitted soiled can make it look soft and bv using cool water and white shoiil,! fill a tub full of cold witii a quarter cake of pure ieilt Tr.elr.,,1 in it ' Tnto thi lather she should put the shawl, wash ing it well between the hands, rubbing ihe sidle. i spots between her thumbs. The siiawl should then be rinsed thor oughly in clean, cold water and hung to dry without wringing. All the time it is drying it shou'd b shaken ocasionally. Defore it is en tirely, dry it can be pulled into shape, pinned to the bed or a large chair. When it is dry it might be folded into squares with a little sachet between and laid a wav until ir is needed. This Paper ta kept on file ai THX DAXZ AD VERTISTNO AGENCY, ENO, 427 Souta Main St.. Los Angeles, and 12 Geary St., San Francisco, where eorrraet fo adTertiaiDf can be mad for it. H m si.