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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910.
s 4 . St dJti icial ipl- tial U7ATFD AROUND WHARVES FRONT NEWS ailors are t.rovided. Ther nr thrp of thee sleeping apartments, and each rut and its surround: ncrc :ir nntlncj and r'ean. For a moderate sum sailors' ran ;a a p:aee to sleep in and, ofi course, shipwrecked seamen are taken 1 V re ut lor not inns. I Fur o-tn-ers and ' captains there are Lrline Gets Away for Kahului nVi'.r are' veryttracthiOTkiEgUrTslt1 I nr.g rrtum tor otlicers is. also provided i and writing material, books and mans .ii . . . -.i..-. sin is are iu ue mtu mere. MARINE REPORT. By Merchant' Exchange high duty on agricultural machinery, which adds from twenty-five to forty I er cent, lo the cost of farm implements and supplies, which are bought for the most part in Los Angeles by the Kus 8ian colonies in Mexico. Representatives of the large Canadian colony also reported that they were j desirous of finding a elimale more favorable to airrieiiltnrsl nnrmii..; t(i-r Jjthe Dominion. It was stated that ast I year early frosts caused heavy losses to j Canadian colonists, and it is probable 1 that the big northern community will f) Inter-Island Steamers Leave Manchuria Monday. i i of all t, , , move oouiiy to tMtutiiern ( aiitorma it Thursday, December la 1 HO ! eonteip;ated negotiations tto through. Wtoria-Arrived, Dec. 14, s. s. Mo-j TUis wollU br ,rt ,hit IisS7ans ' , , ... , ireiii v.auaua to iihs state: tnar mimner uec. i-t, a. r.uur- ,i i ar,.,,m,,,i v,v wri,1T) Assistant Superintendent Harry Tur ner is always ready and pleased to show v:si:ors nver the institute, and he is at t lie Home. Local Notice to Mariners. Honolulu, December 14. 1010. Maui Island X 'ly side Kahului Har bor Spartan Reef Dell Buoy, reported capsize;!. December Mh, was restored to its correct position December 14, 1910. FEO SAIIM. Lieutonanr, V. K. N.. luspeetur li'th Francisco Hilo Sailed prise, for San Franeiseo Kahului Sailed, Dec. 14. S. S. Alas kan, for Salina Cruz. Seattle Sailed Pec. lo, S. $. Vir ginian, for Honolulu. Port Ti'.wnseud Arrived, Dec. lo. sehr. Coh inbia, from Kahului Nov. 23. r NEXT MAILS. Coast, Orient and Colonial Mails are due from the following .1, points as iduows: L. II. District. Astral'3 . Name Changed. The well-known four-masted -Fer Manchuria, Mon- were few movements' on the: very popular with the sailors who call laric Irtterfront y-r-iay. ana me ouats.( l-jt di-1 K'ii'' a lrili5 day were tne; wr.Island on--. Aue wai.eie saned .',)r Kukuihat-'e and lio'-ioKaa at noon. yjts at five o'cIock, 1'iotu the island Iiea21CrS TOOK iiiy usual .tuiuuut Vi. Lgbt; the Wailele had no passengers, rjt the Hall took fifteen cabin travel- ,-to the (.iar.ton isiaua. The MatS"U steamer i-umue sai.eu l-or Kahului shortly after ten o cioc-i .p.jjtrht. anil she nmnM-up uiseuarg j her cargo at the railroad wharf a Tf.ii-n th-ir time. liie.-Matson -ri tr in ..... - . I- fr take on a cargo ot sugar reenri-Ter.e-l. Tind her new name is tne san franeiseo 1 er i.urline, Dec. t. nnkes at Kahului, and will then Star of Zealand. She is now one of ; Yokohama Per Manchuria. Dec. 19. la, finally ail for San trancisco Ail Tti. - 1... ...,,,;,,. 1 ..... id i,r "1! M iurii .i i;j i. . . nvtr rit"rv :ire lwed in eonveviiisr TheMauna Loa is espeeiea 10 an.M - . , nrt this morning from Kona and , . Ti, j pen ..T . . . , . mmi rr.i-n tl,f fisheries to t n south- rt Mie win tmns in iaisi- jwiwen Vicrht of island produce and probabU i , Thursday, December 15. j-inmber of passengers, ! Mongolia From Orient. j Am scLr Eepeat, from Aberdeen, 5 Manchuria on Monday. The Pacific Mail steamer Mongolia. ' p. m. i I r. f M rv. I r. I M. X. S. S. Lurline, Weeden, for Ka- Yokohama Per Mongolia, Dee. 24 , i Australia Per Makura, Jan. 3. stel i Victoria Per Moaua. Jan. 7. s'iip AsMai. which made many a voyage j Mails will depart for the following! ,000 from this citv and several thousand now en route from Russia, making one of the largest communities of its kind in the United States. The Kussian community near Santa Barbara will probably be started dur ing the early part of 1911. as a good deal of preliminary preparation is neces sary before the big venture is finally launched. This colonv will be composed of Douk hobois and Moiokans as well as Russians of the Greek Church. The former class are followers of Count Heo Tolstoi and believe in the- equitable division of property. They are more up to date and intelligent than the Molokans, but all three classes assimilate and co-operate well and have got along together in perfect harmony in other colonies. There is now a small mixed colonv of Russians in Kern county, which will be greatlv enlarged in the near future, but it seems likely that the Santa Par- !bara county community will become j and remain thp largest in America. A Business Opportunity ' ' MALUKTJKUI ' Wahiawa ' s only Hotel, situate at Wahiawa, only a short distance from the Railway Station. Bracing air, beautiful scenery, modern accommodations. Completely furnished and equipped. FOR LEASE OR FOR SALE. Trent Trust Co., Ltd. big company s boats are , Svdnev Per Moana, Jan. ,. .f something or other, and PORT OF HONOLULU. are that no more than forty " ,v -Iolo Ws. S ti'.ra. - , . i i mi ; l.i W.l.-rvK-i mi ATI WpilllPsilllV. IS I TV next mail from the mainland wmi - x: ' , v:rt-u i-- ..i due to arrive at tins port on wemr , A elDV n Mondnv nest The "3- Sr'l1 r7ted t0 have TT Z Str. WG. Hall, for Kauai ports, 5 .. TTiYP here on .uonauv nti. tuiTnlrPi-l n.issenorers. Imt the ' r liner will be inspected with in- i,roTect st here, and the "black hole' where will join the vessel here twenty-five days on tne trip across, schooner Repeat Arrives. 4, Pacific fifteen Chinese men and, -L; ff0r, locked to be smusgled Yesterday morning, at eleven o clock, HWiCH v.- , , . I . . . . 1 3 .v.ii ut San Francisco, will, no uouor, the saiourei Kepeat was signaiea on thp attention of the local imm.- Tiinmoml Head. She was then some Lation and customs officials. fifteen miles out, and it took her all I I tKq v.ir r.r -rA i1:itt to TPaeh nnrt. 1 tie i DUE TODAY ,Str. Mauna Loa, from Kona and Kau ports, a. m. SAIL TODAY. Str. Claudine, for Maui and Hawaii ports, 5 p. m. DUE TOMORROW. . -. r r .. . . ii :: 1 . . . fri-t-,,, pe t ie ret or tr.e (tay 10 reacu j-on. , tr. .Mauna Jvea, irom iia;iu uu Virginian on Christmas Eve. ,.,., fr(fm Aberdeen, loaded Uro; , m n. imprifinn-TTawaiian steamer Vir-: with lumber, she. took fortv-three days 'occrwp.Ti!5 Aian is scheduled to reach Honolulu on the voyage and arrived with ad well Departed. ' .December 21, and she will bring:-" . ,a Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports, , boated Christmas presents1 Picked Up at Sa. December 13.-Miss L. Day. Miss Pur- S8S tt . C bePeT dis-1 Captain o3cord of the steamship! vis, Miss Damon Miss ithington, U4 goous mat i Dniicrlns Pallw n. 0. Damon. B. Damon. sttled to the isianas at- me i'"" American oi :ne Auiencan-iiawanaunue,; - .-s f Ttonart Ter str. Claudine, for Hawaii via Maui ports. Dec. 16. J. McGrew, Mrs. Mc-j Grew, Miss J. M. Pierce. Miss Wichert,! , . . i fis. Tf. Hansen. . Hitelieoek, h.. aay aDoui iweuiN ,i c,i f,5 Prowder, I- iay, E. Gay, A. Gay. Elsie TI - 11 TT II V.T.TWT INTERESTING TO MOTHERS HOW TO CURE COUGHS AND COLDS. There is one subject which always in terests the mothers of young children, and that is how to treat their coughs and colds, or to ward off a threatened attack of croup. "For this purpose we can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It always proves beneficial. Tti rase of ronn it should be eiven as anrm as the crounv eouffh appears, so ! as to prevent the attack. Keep it at band rpnilv for instant use. Many ' mothers do so, and it saves them much uneasiness. For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. READ THE ADVERTISER. WORLD'S NEWS DAILY I IT Tphoto Al 11 . rinuTj If if . ; 1 i THERE ARE MANY THINGS OF FERED FOR CHRISTMAS. FEW OF THEM HAVE HAWAIIAN SENTIMENTS. WE HAVE THOSE FEW. Hawaiian Handicraft in Calen dars, Purses, Card Cases and Photos. GURREY'S LTD. Fort below Hotel. sble minute. The Virginian wnl tafce . ; f , puerto Mexico, has I . . P i'.M,. , lo r .1 nnvT c r Ibtek a cargo oi sugar j.iuih isiaw od will be followed by otner - - . . r,,f ' tnmi eir.J.fr KiCKeJ uti in Ilie uuu Jl WSV--V. ,t:i..i- rnotoc Snar : Stream on r.es TT.. . . 'southeast cf Palm Beaeh Hotel, The Matsoa steamer Hiloman wul not y . g f Xov ori I "1- Tut - l t'-a n vju . a3 at Hilo on this voyage, but wuI ; dipper is Thomas Hail a2 direct for San Franeiseo from Port Lucia Inlet, Fla., and savs The of Stuart, St. he went out ail direct lor oau i.v.... - . jiiia. ju'iM - 7 - , . -n , e,K-.iit nno .;.,1,. tn fish t IOU1 the IllOtOr Een, wnere sue win .- aooui '--i;u. .-j-, i, tend tons of sugar, in addition to boat, the Frances, Monday morning. A fatwh:ch she is picking up at Kahiv strnz coithwesterly wind came up and i " -r ii ii.. . ., .. Krnkii nvir the Mmd Kaanapaii. in an me ic";tIie .rts ril.(, vuc i.--- i f , worth. A. w aaswor nflhave about three thousand tons ot . giuuyu;e and put the engine out ot C01"-, Miss j. Gibbs, Miss Won board when she finally leaves TnissioE. The Frances began to drltH McKene, W. L. S feeeroup. " -He had only a few slices of bread, Moin Migs D. LidSati Oav. Mav Gav. A. Hall, H. H. oung.: W. Hansen. Mrs. C. Betts. Miss J. G. Mc Donald, Miss R. Copp. B.lith Baldwin, Ernest Baldwin. Harold Baldwin, Her bert Baldwin. Cecil Brown. Rudolph Gnndleon. Mrs. .T. M. Muir, D. Wads- worth. A. Wadsworth. J. MeinecKe. E. Gibbs. ranK S. Williams, Jack eadiu;. mic r T.i.lcrntp Miss E. Lidsate. I.v:.,v, .t, V,tifnrf niodlt came on. TUe." ,"rV " ,.' t Tnti,iTio .Tno rbnl- i milieu i:r .ii'. - . vieiiiecivr, .i . .v. luhv , I next morning he was tar out oi I m v - m u m PINECTAR MADE FEOM WHOLE HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLES AND THE BEST EEFINED CANE SUGAR J - ' , ' l At All Soda Fountains and Stores ARCTIC SODA WATER WORKS HONOLULU DISTRIBUTORS PINECTAR SYRUP FOR USE OX HOT CAKES WAFFLES, ETC. A DELICIOUS FLAVORING FOR PUNCHES AND ICE CREAMS. J AT ALL GROCERS PINECTAR SALES COMPANY, LTD. group Local Seamen's Institute. TV Sailors' Home, which is really i f hm "required all his energy in rit. k situated on Alakea street, and; franii l. . iiswell worthy of a visit. The place; m-. mnre tl)an twen. irprbes people who Jiaie no mr ' . f , adrift the American hove k large size of the building, spacious , tj -loar .o . a inn t mds surround the Home, and some ; in -.X'l"n thc ,,ri,l2,. trees and plants are to be een. a-. autl her skipper. iiaiu i ue rui'iiisun. Tae p'nn adapted to t! mers. Miss M. Bardfeldt, Miss A. Waal. Per str. Mauna Kea. for Hilo. via wav ports, December 20. Miss Taylor, Miss M. Johnson, Miss M. Kipp, H. L. Kipp, W. McDousall. E. Dunn, Miss R. Renton. Mary Renton, A. W. Carter, H. P. Wood. Mrs. Wood. Herlert Shipman. s" rtin. K. Bond, Miss Roseerans, M:'s A. Bond, TT. L. Austin, Miss M. t- i Ar tIht.T .T. Hind. O. i ilcscrieii Tne x ranevs "- o r mirsi, i " , ,. ' . .-. ,.., ti,w., miles nit n;,i Af;e P. Wood Miss A . Austin, . ., ,. n ; t oT.-oin i r. eora nn v - , iin-i. -i - - j , Tae P'nn of the buibimg is : v-t - stolid alongside y. Sodden. Miss P. I.idaate. -M iss i-i. want- or sano - ) virnrised the log i Lid?ate. Miss .lolinson. aiiss r- -u.iv. nn t ... ,-rronnil Hour .tit - " i .. -r. V.-.1 .- s. . . ,i ,.,, ,;!,. r Higher Type of Efficiency, Entirely New at the Price, is offered in the all Hie chur.-h pnd billiard rooms, .-va He fined out in fine style, and the men io visit the institution are made to ' at home. . . . On the upper floor dormitories i" I0CAL OFFICTE O- THE UKITEP ITATES WEiVTIIEP- BUREAU Hmolulu, Thiu-day, December lo, l.-H- tp i-p, ,,v s..;t was out ot tne quesnu.. ;,. V--u';.in . olcord remarked that the ,.; ......ii ,! was to take Captain il.i:l a bo:. Cai der : s ' i a r 3 i i i. i,.,i"SO!lie SMl'l'" " i.,, ,,-,,nbl not abandon n has ciant derriCKs; 7. I jJO.CSt. u W ! &; so i i i. 0 7(5 1 SO C9! 79 M JO.ll' 74 I BB 10 .U5' 75 ' As B 9 7- ' 30. 12 79 S M S 78 i 7,. " 3C IS 7 d7 j 7t 72 7t 7J 2 . 7a 72 74 78 74 72 '-c. .00 T j .64' t .CfV i 'toi T ! 75 ; 79 19 7rt ei "Q 72 79 ij ; i i f. ! 4 5 ; 7 ; 4 ; 5 ! ( 1 3 8 I 4 5 - e sv s i NE s-s S E y e SE force 1 ii. m-i'I' 74 9 9 5 ' H 4 .v., v.-.- ,vin(f for a',; Tbibert Akew. . r reitas. .Mrs. nei- T , , .lK .Med motor boat m j ta. F. Lewis, P. Lewis. 1 a " ' . , i- ... , -i- at T m fnr TCnna find ler sir. .i.tun. - Kau ports, December 20. Miss Anee Pakiko. Marv Pnrns. Isabella P.urns, II. Chock. Miss'Hoocrs, M. Conant. W. A. Creenweil. Mrs. Creenwell. Jude Kau lukon. Miss Conant T.. O'Brien. Mrs. O'Brien, Edith August, Elmer August. VESSELS IN PORT. (Army and Navy.) Kukni. V. L H. T.. Kerer rXprp,hvt A"po1a Andrew Welch. Am. bk.. P. P.. Nv. 3". Ariznnan. Am. s... Sound. Dee. 13. Erskine M. Phelps. Am. sp., Norfolk, Dee. 6. tTelenc m. r-hr.. Tncnma, Nov. It. Santa Rita. Am. s.s.. Tort San Luis, Dee. 12. TRANSPORT SERVICE. TV.v nr. Seattle from Hon.. Dee. 10. 1. i.,t.- nt- the town It f,., iinn for Manila. Dec. lo. ,'rd'the Frances and after j shori.l'aii. from Manila for Hon. and S. - . !.. ..f nrnvisiillW Will I TTI Tn 1 , Sherman, from lion, tor . r ., n. Few. VM. P.. STOCKMAN, Section Director. i ...1 bur.!' him to mis pon. 1.' V 3i.. nv.l tint llll- tam na.; wiui'av ,...s...... h- civ-um-'tances he would res. unit hi drift hur-.t'ewara. r.,r:pn r. nd was impressed w.tu I the phu-k tn! i ': " " him. 1 i!t -x . Aiixra ....,;.ii ,.,in lift muc-U nearer 1 a V'7-f. ot ci tor boat and chains ;';Ve ed in ler the Frances and she J-nl -mm ,n American "a decK bbe .',,h. needing among othei .;.:r..-i n r-..-c- s halt. 1 "e ,n inir Hie inline, J rtion. supplying even the .i :. ..,:.-r!,tt- tb:ir.k- 1 . i -;. !. H i h- w!l; t:"xi!r". reach St. Lucia Inlet irherri'ng'tbe canals and inland wa ..r where he can. Enormous Eonds Filed. I William F- Herrin. head of the law j . f the Southern t anm. j 1 R. I. Schwerin of the j s-f.:mship Company waited! the clerk's office of the j - d istrict court i n tan ; , Ijf.-ember 7. while the! T.r.Miare.i to re.easi; L USUI COLON! TIDES, STJM AND MOON. - h i'C 5 i Of 9 -33 5 S 5 3 i in. m. ii in. n m :S,e '12 Oli in n 17 .1 I. 7 '23.31 5. VI 2.i4 Ittl t t I 1 17 t.l- l.y 1 I 5 Tio 8 3 6 31 5.22 8.; iepartment Coirpnny. : Pacific Ma'. half an bfur i Fnite 1 Sta- -Frh".-i--o f:i bonds weie ti,e sti-;i;!.--..;' : i : iy th wa- sunk '' y t f,n Xoveniber The lil i- a-e- for and S4"''.'" '' Me-sr-. Herr in the si.ni for ar.y darr.. bv a iury :n FOR CALIFORNIA I,OS ANGELES, De...:mer 2 Santa Barbara county has practically bee;i se- . , , . . ; Mfoi fis r ne S;ii oi im- leaver, which lias , ee , . rbnrbnk . -(mi-hip Selia. wlin n : tommuniiy piauni , i H-aver off Point Reyes j Ue jlieal Kssian editor-leader, and his ! r. u s;,-,,i,.xt-iipr(i near the citv ot M ini s. "'iii. ....v... IT ina-noaA linrior trip Slpldptl Datent. 1 , li.HlVl 1 Tor 1911 It Creates a New Measure of Value in the Autcmibile Industry. Thirteen beautiful models now ready, comprising the latest ideas in automobile design and construction. Completely equipped with Magneto, Lamps, Generator, Horn and Tools. Alto aether the Greatest value ever offered in motor cars at prices anybody can afford. We start this new season with a record of having delivered 20,000 cars into the hands of satisfied owners in the first eight months of this year-with deposits already in hand for more than 18,000 of the new models just coming out. Mow This Demand Was Created This wonderful demand for Overlands is due to the sh-.r :r.nrit in the car itself. There was never a car so sample a" I none ever offe.ed nearly so much for the money Cver'a c's c body the good points of automobile construction uhich have been developed and suggested since the incenucn of thc industry, together with new features an c:uUt,:,e deas. all of which make the entire Overland - j - - -----ve. The New Overlands are made with Fore Doors and without Your choice at one price. r-. cover 27.".r"HI dam- j the hull of the m- wr in -1 TJ.'.OOO each as security . i,p awarded u;i i in. v - . in a climate and loeality iri- ;iio 'Santa Uaroara i... ... c il. ,.iroi. i iwi.i'flll v au P' -u ii"'"" r i in iws ii i iir ...-. -,v. . i , .'. i ' c.,i,...-i.ri'i onalified itr.,i .Miternrise. 40,000 or ;,cros will soon be acquired for the great :..i:... ,-,.r,,iri nf nolitical and Cniom.ai n'u iu..i..t - i-- oi'.OOO raited States district i i reii -riou s exiles from the land of the 2 l' 2.1 2.1-.. lV 2 57 2 2 41 Bj 3.42 2.S 3 T, i Uj 4.15 2,3 1. r, r. a 7 ii r.SO fi.'Si 4 31 i S.li U.2 6 a: 5.23 5.37 h 4S 11.17 SJ.5.2S Kife p m. ' 9 29 U.i - rt.:j.3 5.24 S.iO i "i ! i 1 12 IJ f.5 34 5 24' M r ire-1 eaml'oa t Tn'spectors ( zar ( i i :'-s reiriu'cr ,.-..r yesterdav signed a r'"-hat' Tapt. William Kid ' t;.e P-eavr. wn neither -n''killful in navinatins ti e oecaion of Jhe col- ti-n' was hold at the rherbak's Prices for 1911 ,,f 0 ::-,r l i;ricejJ for 1911 begin at S775 for 20- yr.tr. 1 c;-Ur.dcrs-or.d S830 for a Torpedo Roadster Vhethorse power Overlands sell at $1000 and S10 93, according to style of transmission. The 30-horse power Overlands sell at SI 250. So does an inside drive coupe. The prices run to S1600 and S1675 for the finest cars possible in 40 horse power with 118-inch wheel bases. t. n jnrinrtes a magneto and full lamp er.uipmenx. The M.i--Hi'o f'- r W ;" lar. and -i mnnn 1 I. . .. l..-.r 1ft nt iV?.i a. HI. tides t Kahului nd Hila oeeui 'M one ho'ir earlier thn at Hono- Bwaiian srandard time i 10 hoan t-'-f T' "ttinnte slower than Greenwich time. 1 The . 'tta that muriitn nf 157 de- iMiled if" 2n tv,h tirr whiatle necfin' t r ""3TT.er n rrir an 'i the Peaver ' ;'f"" Sh:Fri-3 Xotes. sTenmrr Pntenre !ett t-. ... Wpdnesdav ;V"expreted to make a rbe ra-t. .it- 1 i 1 T 1 . - It : n lNt-entiv a meet ...... ,i,., .,(; fie Oceau. I'llico i in " KVC"V DllCe luliuueo a. .... .15 Uussian weekly, 132S Past First stre, t. - Send for our latest book, showing all the new models with complete specific- depi.Ti.s uufji MUVHI.UL. puuu i t this meetinir "'ere presen or embsari. s from the Kussian colonies j in Knsenad 1 and Canada and a repre- j showS s0 many styles as this. Mutative of several thousand Russian I ., T Vtiwles from I tni'ir ;o 1 u now on the fatherland ...I-,-.-.! t i , .-1 1 n v.nariimoiisly mi 111 '.Tilt t A 113 at 1:30 p. m.( which is the sum Greenwich 0 honrs 0 minute. Sud J moon v for ioel t'me tc i 1! 7. i n(,hii;i for V:u v.. .i tb.-. (":! riio i uv 1 11 Tue wiT h fine w eath r o e vrvase was a p .... on port -lil . the isn nt i i ei the l; fUi'l ' T;,. It was further co-Munmsue . m;ol. in Mexico, de- , tii- I'i'iz government ' di?!vi?cd toward : . . . cr , 1 1 1, 1 n n .1 ! -i'. ail'l lias (iil'-ii't ' ii r. bidV-s of other kinds. j chief objr.-tion to Mexico is the, Tn Tt will enable you to make your comparisons. No catalogue published Send for it now before you forget it. The cars are on show by more than 800 dealers. THE WILLYS-OVERLAND CO., Toledo, Ohio. The von Hflmm-Yniiiw -rear Co,, Ltd,, Distributors. , ft ' ' ? 4 -, ft i I V I. ? " .1 i. .- - f I i. A.' f It E- JC 1 ' -' I ft P V r, m