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HVimiHfl IUl.t.lTlK. IKlMOl.fll T II lATlrlDAY IAN ?e IWi.
V 1. 1. K I. Y C A I. I. II I) A H
I rain Chapter No. 2 -Regular
Pacific Second Degree
Hawaiian Second Degree
Perfection Regular S p. m.
All visiting members ut tb
order are cordially Invited tu it
tend meetings ol locl lodgee.
rtARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. O. F.
Meeti every Monday evening at 7:20
tu I 0. O. F. Hall, Fort street.
K. It. HENDHY, Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON'. N 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. t P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
J SU o'clock la K. of P. Hall, K!u
(reel. VUlthitr brother cordially In
vitee tu MleDit.
a s. wnniiBit. c t.
F. WAI.IllON, K It. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. tf P.
Meets evcrr Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, Kin;: street, at 7:30. Mem
ber of Mytllc Lodr, No. I, Win." Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. S. and vUltitii
trotbera cordially Invited.
It. C.OSI.l.NO. C. C.
A. s. ki:nv.y, K. II. 8.
HONOLULU LODQE SIB, E. P. O. E.
Honolulu l.odgo No RIG. I) 1 O. H-,
will iiii-ot in their hull nil King iieai"
I Tort Street OMl FrlllU) OVCUlllg.
Uy ordur ir thu E. It.
IIAHHY II. SIMPSON,
II. i:. MUnilAY, 13.lt.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODQE No. I, K.af P.
Keels every Saturday evenlnc at
1:10 o'clock lu K. of, P. Hall, Klny
I'.rsit Visiting hrotherj cordially tu
ill to attend.
L. II. WOLI C C
17, A. JACODSJN, K. 11. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 14, F. 0. 2.
Uetto on the 2nd and 'th WBONHS
DAY ovenluc of each month at 7:S0
b'clock In K. of P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Eaglet are Invited tr at
BAM McKKAOUE. W.P.
H. T. MOOItR. W. 8oy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. ft. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FH1UAY of each month In I O 0. V.
Vlsltlne brothers cordially Invited t
n V. TODD. Sit'licm.
A II MIJItl'IIY. C .it I!
DANIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fjurth Wed
nesday of each Vuohtli at San Anionlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
R W WEBI), Pros,
n. V. TOD I), Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa.
on repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
' QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47,
P. 0 BOX 193.
C, W. ZEIQLER Manager
manufactured from pure dlctllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone B'lie 3151,
Phone Main 197
and you'll get FRESH BAKED bread !
Delivered to Your Home. ,
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETACHi
6EF.D8 FOR 8ALE.
Mrs, E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SU,
., WliliJ'Hfc ni'uum)
U lUUsUlUb.Ul UUn
Of Ail Kinds
Wo supply house and sign
painters with reliable materials
such as white lead, zinc, oils,
colors, brushes, etc.
We also carry the famous Hub
buck's boiled and raw linseed
oil. It is an oil a little higher In
price, but Is without a peer
where a superior finish Is want
ed. Vhen you let out a contract
for painting, you wilt be wise to
specify Hubbuck's oils.
177 S. KINQ STREET.
We have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather Is Just right for
picture taking and you have the
chance of your life.
Anybody can use a kndak it's
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
ths best the market affords.
25 CENTO WITH BEER.
I Thos. Lindsay,
Wank hooks of ill sorts, ledgori
etc , manufactured by too Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Want ad. habit It
not cultivated In Mono
lulu one-tenth at much at
II thould he. Many a III
tie worry may lie cured
by a little Bulletin ad.
I .t . it u k u )t w m n.
lull lion, livery, auto 8lkdt. Stbl
V I. Tenuoy wniuno oNlw nirhul
.it i he Vcnuim tiidny.
ItliiU open Wednesday and 3altu l'i
tilgliti only. Hand music '
Mr nml Mrs. M. Dntra wtniu In "
i he Ventura tills morning.
James II. CMslle vn among the Kl
tuiii iiasi-engers this morning.
MIks (1. II. Clark returned fiom th--(
-11111.1 on the Ventura this morning.
V M. UiViMtwl wild among thoce who
ieturhed from lltiwnll on the Klnan to
da. lime ion Kien the latent luitt or
llannnH ilreim linlmoniln lit Melliei
h'7 Wuleli lor lllom'a big muslin undei
Rem wilu tthlih begins next Krlilu).
An Oldsmoblle light lonueau, little
llfed. Ih oaeied fol sale clicup. See
lul tilts IHMII'.
Older our wood mid ol fiom the
Pnellle TlllllHfi-r Co. illid gel full ineiiM
n re mid uelght.
A mortgagie'H fiile ill le J. II. Malilno
vi. lliiKhluwiu Sugar Pl.iiitlillon Co.
b adveltlM-d In IhU lstue.
A hull leirler pui uiik lost near the
Mojuii hotel, llewanl w 111 be paid titr
iLliiru of H.1IIH' to Dr. I'ltzgeruld.
Mm. J. I. Ilrown and MIsh A. llrown
were mnons the arrUuln on the Ven
tura when uliu euiiiu In UiIh morning.
Mrn. C. N. Taylor. MIsh llemtle Tay
lor and Hurry Taylor relumed from
the Conn l on tin Ventura this morn
ing. A njle of real entule to iiiver inort-
Eiige mane h John P. Knliulmwnl ln
tiro. S. Ieliwu la adverllKed In thin,
(Jiu-eii l.llluokulaiii nan among the
liUHUHiigi rn who arrived thin morning I
mi the Kluau. She wan u rompmiled I
l MrM At a.
WnlMkl Inn In now owned by W. C
Utrgln. Acconiino.btlouH, Hiipdlen
mul nttendatue nlipoliitely first dauH.
l'lnos'l huthlng on tlm beach.
When tho weuther is hot "Amble"
will io.il your iron roof. When tho
weather Is wtt "At able" will prevent
rust. California l-'eed Co.. ugeutH.
Lists of the ollleerH eleeled tu Kerve
for thu ensuing ear In the Haw I Ml.
.'. Plmitntloii Co. ami tho lllml Plan
tntlon Co mo published lu thin Ihhui
N. .Kcrnundez. nmary puhlle, type.
writer, etr., ban lemoved hlx ollloi to
No. 811 Kaabununii ktreet, opposltu
tho olllee of Theo. II. Davlea & Co.,
II. A. Wilder ietnim.il from llinvall
oil the Kluau thin morning.
J. II. PorleoiiK returned fiom a busi
ness trli to Hawaii on the Kluuu to
day. Japanenc wieillliig lourmimentH urn
being held nightly on Front atreet,
llllo The Keekers for LhumploiiKhlp
honoiH ciiu-.u In fiom the Hiirroiiudlug
Dr. M. II. (iroxamun and IiIh bride
returned to Honolulu on the Ventura
this morning. There were a birgo num
ber of tho rrlends of the couple at thu
dock waiting to greet them.
You will suv(inoiiey at SucIi'h nrxr.
week; Hpeclal prices that will lutoiexc
j ou will prevail on ehlldieu'i ilrmnei.,
wulut beltri, nlbatiosH, silk eollnnu
uml blown linen erush. Seo ad on
Tbo Scasido ban plenty of sun
boards, stuf canoes, Ccnudlan cuuoe
etc., which are at the disposal of Its
guolH. Remember that tho best bat.-.
Ing and the best surf for buard riding Is
dliectly In front of the Seaside.
Captain Carter of the Iroquois Ih to
lake u patty of five to Hawaii on the
Guinea Mukee. Cntil. Heldt, Cnpt.
HumphrejH, cx-Conunodoiu William
Williauihou mid flrlgadler Admlrul
James Wilder will bo lu tbo party.
I). I. Wlthluetoti returned from bin
trip to Washington this morning ou
the Ventiuu. Ho left County Attorney
John Cathtart In tbo Capitol waiting
for the cases lu which bo was Intetest
Pil to mine befoiu tho Supreme CourL
'I he tegular meeting of the Cullil and
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Andrew'rt
Cathedral branch, will be held nt 2:30
o'clock on .Monday afternoon, Jan. US,
at the lesldeuci! or Mrs. l-'reeth, 11 Vi
fchnnui Btreet, Instead of at Mrs. Pnt
lvcr's as ptevlousl) nriuiiRcil. Miss von
Holt will read u paper entitled "Why
Women Hhould bo Inteiesled In Mis
sloiih." Ato you lntorcitcd In music? You
may baui daughter or win who
would ll'lte to take up singing or thu
piano, Mrs. Hodgson with a studio nt
K7G lleietiinla street, has hnd'jeurs ot
experience and uses a very iiIciihuiiI
ml cusy method ensuring a tlioiougii
nml nijilil inogicsH. Call ut any time
between tho liourif of U and 0 dully or
teJdiess her by tetter.
Ai-coidliig to rejiorts rvculwil in
town on Sat in day from Kied Snow a
couple of Japanebu came near losing
lliclf lives on the new lavu IIqw last
Tuekday night. They Diluted to want
ncioua thu How jit a pat Daily cooled
spot. Niitmullj they could not get
niriiHH and getting untied they loot
themselves. One or llieiu uttincleil nt
leiitlon by llilug u jilstol and a lescile
party hiouglit them lu. The men's
bliocH weie seorchud and their reel
bllsteied, llllo Tlllmtie, Jan, 22,
That's right, five there ore others,
but these are the Impoitant ones for
you and your cyets
you frown or tuulnt In looking
at an object;
your eyes thow an Intolerance
they tire, ache, smart or wa
objects twlm or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of' the points that
point to the need rf glasses, points
that point to us.
II. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON DUILDIHO, FORT STREET,
Over May &. Co.
Aidiiufiiclurur of Hit
SOUVENIR GOODS which are unlvercally admitted
the best in the market. Any piece of jewelry stamped
H. C. which is found defective, no matter where it was
bought, will be exchanged for Its duplicate If presented
at my store.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I! M. Wiitwin, ntoiiie. for Joe!
Clark, who was liulleied h thu lust
(Ir.iiid Jury, for violation r Hie Snii-,i!n
Jay law, tlil.i niornlug ulgued heroie
Judge HoIiIiib.hi his motion to quusli
Thu JiiiIku took the matter .under ad -
vlsemcnt until next week. Instructing,
tlie altorneys for Hie def.-HM- and tbo
pioM-eiitlon to preparu uml tile their
briers ou thu matter.
A tart lul etllpi-e of the moon U
rcli.iluleu ror .run. t'l -. i.ir. in.
Nicely rurnlshed looms at Hiinlclca
Lawn, coiner Itlc hauls uml Hotel, are
Do vrni euJo a uood toast? Then
lead tho Italnlt-i toast In this Issutf.
It's In lulu
"I jits or new people came lu ou thu
Villoma today," tab! Promotion Com
Funnel- Police Ollleer Mlki, Iiuh a.'
tepted a po-diluu as tunuager ot the
A bale of houutliold elTectH will take
place ut Tbutstou avenue mid (lleen
btieet Mouibi). January 28.
Sidney M. Ilalloii ami 1-1. II. MiCInn
nban. both or this city, we're IcBlsleitHlj
nt thu JcfTfthon hotel, San Kriim-lsco,
on Jan. IS. I lot li ure ou their way
Head Henry Mey & Co.'s nil for spe
cial prices of l.lbby's canned meats
I tor one wek only. It will pay you.
Quality mid fresbnebs of thu goods
A committee or four, lepieseutlug
I the Jupuni-M- Ihpior ilealrs, culled on
Consul (Jem-rul Sutto yesleiday mom
ling and held a lonuullullou on thu
I proposed liquor law.
fudge Lindsay thla morning dliecled!
lor dlvoicu by his wire, pay alimony
I amounting to ),, a week pending lit I-
I gallon, and iitloiney'n fees of 25.
I IMwii.-l Cecil Vatighn, who was born
In Dublin In 1S7'J, deslics to tiuusrcr
hls allegiance riom King EdwnrA to
the Picsldent of tbo United Slutes. llu
has Hied his Hist naturalization papers
with Commissioner Frank Hatch.
Judge Hohtnson today Hied his de
cifo lu the matter of Carlos Iong, ad
ministrator de bonis with the will an
rexed veuits Jolm I). Holt et al. Tlio
I decision in the matter was tendered
rome time ago. Tlio decree is merely
formal uml eouflnuutory.
Thu IlilouhiUH ii ro kicking about tho
condition of their stieots. Hut then
they (tho streets) will bo nttuuded to
rigui nwii) ror thu Trlbumi says:
m. luiiiotuiiic-iii oi ixiiik sireois its
thu next mutter to which tho Super -
visors must' turn their attention."
iuii) .i. aiiiii, prchuieiii oi inu iva
mehmnelui Alumni Association. ie-
iltiests that theuluiuul or Kmiiehamehu
! bihool chapel meet tomorrow morning
l at 10:3o o'clock to attend thu Bcrvlee
lu honor or Hie 85th annlversuiy ot
C. It. lllbhop. Seals will be reset veil
mid the alumni nie asked to eomu lu n
I REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 26, 1907
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
, F 0 Uu Itosa to Joan de S Plies. . .Itel
Kunuknl lianiipa to Protostaut
i Chinch of I-:. Huniakuu I)
! Mis II K Kulwlaea et al to Ah Yoo.,1,
Cozar ItodrlKues lo Miula Conea.AM
I Kst of Auguslltio Unos by Tih to Kn
Imilwaliluo K ICera Par Itel
Kalanlwahluu K lCzera and lisb to
John VascoucellaH , .,,,1)
JJM..AtkJMtt'i,t fit'ti.a-.' Uiiil,., , :t...i..Mii-JLV..jtaat4
' You will find lie on Hotel Ctrert
jutit opposite Union.
We air down claim because we
, w n 1 1 1 " moie visitors. At was, many
cuituners would have climbed live
lllghtc of stalls to sec our magnlfiient
, stock of books. As is, these will not
j be iliccomfoitcd and the new store
will be more convenient lor the don't-
We cordially Invite customers,
whether they wish to buy or not.
j We want them to tee what we have,
j to they can tell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, oflg
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Lid,
l The Yeekly Edition of the Evening
I Bulletin gives a complete summary of
H nfwi of the day.
J064 Fort St.
SEASIDE BATHING FINE
Tho wa at Wniklkl has resumed Its I
foiliier clearness, since the eliding or
lieavj rains, uml a beuutirul
slielch or beiich has Mrim-il III riont
or tho Seusldo hotel. This siiuliir
,tea bathing ivsort from today will
, lurvi- Its palious ugnlli with the very
best or bathing ami surr boanl an I
MACDOUGALL GOT TO FLOW
Continued from Paoa 1.1
At tills willing llleli" In no le.iisou
I,. t.t..ilir.. n.t.lliltiiF lit tttv Itiu, r-.unrl
., I.. II,.. I.,.,.ulv Xii.l rn,i.li.i,r t II...
How rioui .Mauun l.oa's side.
Words fall to describe tho sight
wlilch up to Monday night, January
2Ut, had not grown less entertaining.
Saturcla'. January lOlh, most ot
thoso who saw thu early How at Kit-
hiikii bed retiiined mid wen n. ills-
Although a cbango lu tbo direction
of thu flow made it necessary for the
party to go up higher than tbo roml
(the seine of thu llrxt bivouac), fiom
the uuw iHisltlou could bo t-cun tbo nd
J,,P',1,B B',w; """'"B 'lmw', "",,ro r""-
iiii. ...ut. .1 iiii.i mum iiut mum; , i,,i.
tying down masses or lock, forming
jams, then breaking away and plung
ing downward There was to bo seen
and beard a blow-hole opened slnco
thu party or tho Manuka or 2nd Mow
To all Intents and purposes tho flow
was omptlng Into tbo sua. Hut, lu
loallly, neither tho Mnnukii Itow (nor
probably) tho Kabiiku How has
touched tho sea. It aiipeaied from
ubovo as If they had, und reports ) Hi eckons, took exception lo tho decico
enmo f i natives that tlio Hows weroiof thu court mid gave notlcu that h
pouilng Into tlm ocean. It Is easy to
tilings, mid i.onie persons of un oxclt
uhlo turn are led to form unhusu'l
-udgmuiits, to say nothing or unmit
Some say that tho flow ot 1S87 is
covered by tlio now onu; others that
tho now Is smaller and has ciossed
tho flow or 1887 only; definitely cor
luct knowledge ns to men und direc
tion cannot bo pbtnlned until tbo flow
Ono or two kumunlnns at least nro
sum that tho second flow extends over
tho Manuka lauds, but other says that
thu whole flow Is icstrlcted to Kaliti
ku. Artnr thu Manuka flow crossod thu
load It went down fastor and by mom
lug of January 14th It boeiued to havo
nearly reached tho sea. Hut ns 't
nctunlly separated Into sovurnl
, branches, dividing and spreading out.
R coom, ueforo ronclitiis tho beach.
To their favorite emokng tobacco.
Tobacconists try to keep all brands In
order to supply their trade's cemand.,ub llflt.r , 0.dod( )jetro ,0 mgUe ,
Our Standard Smoking Tobacco and the last Chluesu wus bundled Into
Stock Is a large one. If you carft get ""' ,alr"1 'VU1!0" ' lmu1'-'- uw0'
what you want at your tobacccnlst, Th. BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN.
-come here; we're Sure to have the DEX, published In the Saturday Buhv
brand you want. ' ,i, anH iha wei,iu bi.i ',"...
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
MISS GILES HURT
(THROWN PKuifl HuK bb
MIm Hilt- im.-e nt iLe (Jnwn
Imipllnl v. .ii thin foicnoon ldi
li -i, ') r . on 'he comer nt
Merciiani nod lil Hliii1-- Miss tlllm
. mounted her liiirm lit Hie ll Jee
' tint did Dot ihiciiciI III t;alulne her b
iM-rure the miuuiil siurttil down tin
Iii-i I Hlie eliuiT on. hnMllK oul li
in) pieeniloUH hold, mid when thu
horse innrie n Kinbleii linn down Port
stn-el, she wtis piis-lpltati d to the
sniiiud dlris'ily lu fiom 'of the main
"iitrnnrc of the Hank of Hawaii, rail
ing on hcrf Iliad uml shotildei
A law lillinber of K-op!e naw the
acrlilent Sotni) xeen red the borne, J
large nrtlve. giuy animal, while
nlhers eurrlul the lad), who Keemed
tu have been leiideusl iiuioiimIoiis,
into a hack, lu which she was couvejed
iO the t)ueeu'H boKpllnl. This alter
loon the attending plOKlcl.'in ieiiortol
i that MIkk UIIi-h has kiiiYiti-iI ii seven
flunk mid had tuMulm-d a cut lu the
bead, whlili. however, was out) n
tealp woiiuil It was not thoiigbt proh-
.able that the uccldciil would ba wrl-
AMI FIRST TO
rnncc tuc rinui
unvoo mil nun i
i: M Campbell or tho Wnterliouse!
Tiunt Co. leturnwl today from H&
I wiill, lii-re hu visited the lava How,
which Is nearest llooptiloa. Ho ro
(KirtH that the How stopped last Sun
day night Ou Wednesday, when
Campbell saw It. tho lava was cool
lug on rapidly. .
Campbell rciortn that I,. 8. Auugst,
the manager or the Kona k. Kail Tel
ephone Co., was tlio (list mini to cross
tho How. Hu did so last Thursday
morning, walking across It from the
Kona to thu Kan sldo nml back again,
laying his wlru as hu went along. As
the lava M a nonconductor It wn
necessary only to lay tho wlro ntur
It. As thu Itow was still hot with lire
showing hole ami thero through
cracks. Aungst ork was iiiltu linz
SAD DAY FOR ,
(Continued from Page V)
to the Circuit Court. Ie thought that,
II a Hue were Imposed, It should not be
less than that Imposed In the lowci
court However, he thought that at
leant uliorl Jail Kcnlcuiu should be
given lu tint earn ur uii inn Hit- kc
' ' ' '' "''. '""' llu a"M lhvm
given lerius lung einiui,ii i.f jutunn'
mi linnietblo.i. The lines, no nam,
would undoubtedly be paid by the
men who run tho game.
Judge Hoblusim took oriaslon to re
liiai'k that lie thought the senium. es Im
posed by the judge ill the police court
were loo severe lu that they did not
' "llmv "f ' Kirmh J'"1"" 8vlll -"
Utiees enough liaider to dlicouragu thu
taking of appeals on trivial cases. He
then announced the sentences. As tbo
luterpietcr translated what the Jtidgu
bald, the unwashed countcmuues peer
ing out from Int.gk-d quuties assumed
(xpnt-slons that were exceedingly Kor-
lowlul The Judi'.c icferied t.i the de
fendants us mostly cooks and wulters.
but ir there I" a liou&e In town that
would euiplo us u cook u Chinese ot
un appearance' aiich us most of thu fi
piesented, It would be haul to find.
For they weie nearly all samples or
the great unwashed.
A. Judil, who appealed ror the de-
I rendaiitfl lu the ubscnio of II. W
would ipove ror a new trial.
Atte rsenteneu hud heen Imposed. It
was n (jiiestlon as to what should bu
done with Hu OS. They hud lo bu go.
ten out of tho courtroom, ror they
filled It so full that til ere wus no room
for anybody else, mid no opportunity
to go ahead with tho other business of
the cum t.
The problem vc. finally solved by
marching them all nut to the upper
Iront liinal to wult until ue patrol wn-
I r.ou, by niinierouu trips, might take
The evidence In the circuit court
against thu gamblers wus much muiu
conclusive than Hint given lu the lower
court. In addition to that of the raid
ing members or the draml Jury ami
the olllcers, thuro weie several Chi-
ncso who were Informers, and ono ot
those previously convicted turned
State's evidence. Ah Chec, who wuj
blveu a sentence of two weeks In thu
lower court, was one who peached on
Ills fellows, The caso agulust him was
nolle -uosred mid ho getH off unlet,
bouio of his hicthruu take it on' on
him. Pending thu motion ror u nu.v
trial, tho Jui;e fixed ball for CC of thu
.Chinese at 'M each. That for tho men
who ran tho giimo was plated at 259u
Clerk Slmoiitoii had u fine lob tire
IMilng a mlttlmuu for each man und ft
concise ana comoiera resume of all le
gal notlcet, calls for tender, Judg
ments, building permits and real ea J
i me transactions, evening Bulletin,
7Rd per month. Weekly Bulletin,
i.r n..i, nuy'l!vn!m!l p. n
Hntnnla), Jnnunr' It
) K K Vi'Htttnt, HnywMd, limn
h'tmi Hlmtu, Pjeenmn, f i run llilu
am) wap hi !. k au i
Thurmlay, JnnuaiT U
Hlmr Clnndlne, Piiil.or, for Maul
lni Is. laiuit.hiHdiiH nml I lllo. r, 20
Ktmr Nlilimi, lowiiseiid. for Mnka.
well. 1 P lu
I U. K. K. Vi-otina, Hnywnnl, for tbo
Stlnr. Mnul, llenuelt. for Ookula, I
Hluir. W (I. Hall, 8. Thompson,
from Knunl irlK, i-nrly In. morning
Ktmr. Iwnlmil, Pllti, from Molokul,
Maul mul Ijiml imrta, early lu morn
dig. DUE MONDAY.
Jap 8. H, Ameilea MAru, doing,
ri-om thu Orient, Ifiturtcrnooii
m iai ,
Jap. 8. 8 America Mam, Colng. f.n
Hau l-'ruucisco, may sail ut night
Slmr, l.lkolik)-. Niioiialu, fur llama-
kua MirtM, S p. m.
Jt li M n n 'i A - V H K 15 M it X W
V. PAS8ENGER8 V
tt u U A It Jt X n X X M ), X .
Per 8. 8. Ventura, from Hau Fran
cisco, Jan. 2C, lu a. m.-For Honolulu:
I. T. MeNulty, J. It. Heiisler, Mr. ami
Mrs. J. Williams, Miss U. ItaiiKom,
V. I.. Tcnuy, Miss M. 1. Wllllauis,
.Mrs. 8. W Parker. Mrs. C. II. Ilussoll,
Mr. mid Mrs. II. L. Pllklngton. .Mrs,
N. A. Sptoug mul son, Mr, and Mrs.
C. A. Cocurove, .Mrs. 8, Pecarlch nml
I wo chlidien, .Mr. nml Mrs. It. F. Mar
cum and children, 1. t. Hosier, MrM.
K. Wunderllch, .Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
Chamlierlaln, Mr. and Mrs. I). K, Mc
pherson, Miss 8, K. Hall, Mrs. F, II.
Soiitlimnydu, Miss K. M. Cram, Mr.
nml Mrs. V.. Knight, Miss A. M. Held,
II. F..Howlaml, Miss it. Hoseuberg, A.
I). Mcllrydu, Dr. uml Mrs. M. K. dross,
man, Anthony Loftuh, Mrs. 0, T.
Cook. Xtr c N. Taylor uml maid.
Miss Ilesslo Taylor, Mustur Hurry
Taylor. Mr. und Mrs. II. II. Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Douthltt, Mrs. It. M.
MorriB, Mr. and Mrs. J. dalhraltli, Mr.
and Mrs. T. It. Flemmlng, I). I.. With
liiglon, Capt. J. H. Parker, Mrs. J. I..
Morris, .Mrs. C. Ii Tow, Mr. and Mis.
J. I (Hover, Mrs. .1. F. Ilrown, Miss A.
Iliown, J. T. Thurston, Mr. und Mm.
SI. Dutru and nurse, C. B. Carlisle,
Mrs. J, 8. Spltzer mid son, A. W. 8eus.
W. I). Htilson, .Mr. and Mrs. (loo. Hey
iiolds, Miss It, B. Woolcy, It. Zarrs, It.
Hattenbury, B. II. Illanchurd, Mr. und
.Mrs. d. II. Hjiiinn, Musters .Mathb-n
(2), MUs d. II. Clark, Mrs. J. 1)1
liiond. Miss Dlnioud, 8. B. Wisiluy.
l"or Pngo Pago: Mr. uml .Mrs. J. F.
Green and daughter. For Aucklmid:
Mrs. II. M. Sterudale, Miss 1,. Clark,
""I'KK J-,Jt,jjl ). Xli
H f x
" PAStiErGERS X
X Departing W
x m. x. x x K x x 'x' X ;t X x x x'
Pur stlnr. Claudlno, ror Maul and
Hawaii )ioi Is, Janu. 25. II. p, llald
win, W. A. Anderson' und wife, SUig
You, C. Abu, Jim Hoy, Mrs. 11. Ilarr,
Dr. 0, I.. Stow, Mrs. II. 0. lloswull, K.
It. lleiulry, Mr. Taylor. Mrs. Ithlu
hurdt, Mrs. Kruegur, U Naliuti, K
Kruegor, W. I.. Kiilan, M. W. Pnrk
hurst, Mrs. B. Johnson, J. II. Ilouuell,
Clias. Dawson, Wm. Williamson, .1 T.
111 P 1!)
A lot ut Piiunul, at the head or Wy
llle and Llllha streets, containing an
urcu of 177,200 tquure feet, wus sold
ut.iiuetlou by Jas. F. Moignu this noon.
It wus purchased by the llawalliin
Bviiugellcul Association for o:i25,
Flvii shares of stock of the Pacllllc
Oimno & Fertilizer Co' wus bought by
Paul Isenberg ut IU7.C0 u shuie.
Bay BULLETIN AD8. PAY -J
Here now In MEN'S 8TYLI8H SUITS,
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterna and col.
orlngs. You are Invited to come In
and see them.
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
82 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. 0, Box 08 ,