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Honolulu Coinnmnilciy Iti;
ulnr 5 p. m.
lA1'! 'IMA V
Oceanic Lodue Practise.
All visiting members of tbt
order are cordially Invited Id at
Uud meetings of loot lodges.
rf ARMONY LODGE, No. t, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10 i Q
In I O. O K. Hull, rort atrm.
i: It HFNDIIY Secretary. .
(' A SIMPSON. N (I.
All visiting bro'licm very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Merti every Tuesday evening at
:S0 o.'lo.'K In K. of P. Hall, Kltir
itreet. Vltltlng brother cordially In
tltfii to attend.
a s winmnit, c c.
F WAI.UHON, K. It. 9.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meeti every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, Kluz street, nt 7:30. Mem
tier of Mystic I.odrfe, No. 2 Wm.'Mc
Klnley Ixidge, No. 8, and visiting
tuolbera cordially Invited.
It (10SI.INO, f" C.
A 8 KHNWAY. K. It S.
HONOLULU LODOE 1, . I. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. C1C, II. P O. K ,
lll meet In their hall on King n'
l-ort street every Friday evening,,
liv ordur of tliu l:. It.
HAItltY H. SIMPSON,
n. i:. MUititAY, i:.u.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. , K.af P.
elet every Raturday evening at
fin o'clock In K of r. Hall, Kliif
rrnL Visiting brothers cordially In
! n tttend
I.. II. woi.r. C. C.
i: A JACOHSON, K. It H.
ONOl.UUU AERIE 140, P. O. Z.
Meef "M the 2nd and 4th WKDN1CH
DAY eieulnc of each month U 7:3
o'clock In K of P. Hall. King stnyL
Vliltlur ICikIc are Invited tr ai
TAM McKSAOUE. W.P.
II. T. MOOIli:, W Hty
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Na. 1, I. O. H. M
Meets eveiy recond nnd fourth
ntlDAV ot e.irh iiiouth III I O O. K
VIsltlUK brothers rnrdljl'i lmli.il i
i: v Tin: i eiiem.
a r. mi i" i .i it
OAMIEN COUNCIL No. bOi, Y M. I.
Meets every second and fjurth Wed
ncuday of cnth month at San Atuonla
Hall, ViBltlng brothers cordially In
vited to attond.
K. V WCI'.n, Pros.
K. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't it art the New
'. Yoar wronn, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll beyln the
work right, end It right
and charge only wlut'i
42" QUEEN ST. TEL- MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part cf city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Bfiiv 31S1
Phone MAIN J 47
hint; and P:lhcl Sts.
Craniate paint made
A kind of paint wjiich
lasts IS years or long-'
cr, the handsomest
paint for all exposed
metal or wood surfaces.
177 S. KINO ST.
of the Century Camera is
the i evolving back. To our
full stock of Premos, which
we have carried for many
years, we have added the
superb Century. This ca
mera is adapted both for
plates and films. An exam
ination will repay anyone
the least inteiested in ca
mel as. o
" Everything Photographic "
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
have opened a horaeahoe
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having aeeur
ed the aervlcee of a flrat
claia ahocr they are pre
pared to do all work In
troeted to them In a flrat
data manner, :: :: :: :t
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King 8ta.
What's the use of telling the
neighbors what you need? Tiy
a Bulletin Want Ad., which will
Tall)lios, livery, nutos. Stkyds. BtbU
llcst cup of coffee In tlio city. New
Absolute!) chnlrii eggs. Lowest Jios
flble price at (.' J D.i) Co. 'a.
U-ieu rurtaltiH nt ureal reductions
at lllnm's beginning this tmirnlui;
White linen parasols for the Floral
Parade at Whitney Ac Marsh's fiom
1 i!5 up
It was I'eulcd loil.iv at the ollltc of
Alexander At llaldnlii that Neil Adams
will take the place or It. W PI I lor nt
Sheriff laukeu In . onlemplnlllig tak
ing n tour uround the Island next w.ih
It Is his llltclll Ion to H''t aciiualllteil
v. ttli conditions In the outside districts
lteii i: W 'lliwing will KlM- u flip
iteiiopllcoti lectuie on Kilauea ill the
Hawaiian hotel .Mom!.i ev.iilng at S
o'clock. The gcueiul public Is Invllul
Registrar 1,-iurencc rcpoits that dur-
I lug the period fiom Fubruur) 1 to 1,
I four diatlis have taken place fiom ton-
ttugloiis illsenM'S In this clt) Tuber
culosis was the cause In all of them
I Sachs' (Ireat sale of Wash lioods In- '
J fins on Monday, don't iiiIkh the opio,--ttlliltv
In Kielire chilli i. nmterhllM lit I
nlinoot liuiHissible price icdiiclloiis
S.e ad oil p.i:e (,
One horse Is enou:;li In draw til"
nei:me wapou, but one glass of Itnl
nler beer Is nnl enough to hsillsfv lb''
neniKe man, he likes it so well he ul
was wants another
ll order of .IiiiIki' LIiiiIxii) this
moinlhi! the bond of the Hawaiian
Trust Co as administrator of the es
tate ot (Icnevleve Duwio-tt lumbal, ill
leiihed, was approved. It was In the
hum or $.U,l)lio.
Hiiniune Olllcei Miss I lose Davison
hopes to be able to uiiike nirangcmcult
whci.h) the innng) dogs she g.ithciH
III cull be Killed b) tue.ilis of gas. us I
tills Is the must humane wa) of ending'
the miser) of these poor brutes.
1 1 oss
The Catholic Clntrcli of Our l.aily.
r the .Mount, Knliilanl (Knllhl-tika) '
In chuigc of Kev. Father Clement
Tomorrow. IVli. 17 th, llrst Sunday of .
Lent It a in., mass, sermon, lolkc
tlnn, Sunday school, stations of the
A seiles of Sillula) evening herinous
to be continued through the Lenten
season will he lonimenced tomorrow
at 7-21) J i. in., nt SI Alulien's Cathe
dral The preacher will be the He
II. T. Simpson ami the subject "The
Paul John Hokeoulkae, better known
tu all Hllo people us .lohli Kill, passed
uwa at the Hllo Hospital lit : o'clock
last Krlday, six bonis utter being
i trie ken with nHipley, nt the hkc ol
OS. The funeral look place on .S.iliu
da) inninliiK mm the linuiii of his son-In-law,
Frank .Medinlf, to the I'nthiilli-I'hin-cli
and theme to the lliiuiehinl
cemetery, Hev. Kather Wendclln ion
liuclliiK the ncrkc..
Chilhlhin ('lunch, i oilier Alal.e.i nail
KliiK streets. Jiiuhii ( i;. p u m :
Senior C. i: , :.'l(l n. m . Illlili- school.
J" 41 ll. HI , pieachlliK, 11 n. III. hy 111 V
I.. A. Pier ol Komi OrphaiitiKc, uubject
".ManireslliiK Hie l-.xiellelieles ol
f'hrlst " The eieiilng senile will lie
held at t'eiitinl 1'nlon i lmii.li when
I)r llowaid Akiii-w .IiiIiiihIoii will );le
the closliii; iiihlii-MS In Hid piei.eiH
Miles of union imi'tlnr,n. c ii ;d
TomoiioH' arterniMin's meetliiK :i
the V M C. A will he addressed b)
l)r Johnston, who has been so uiiicli
iiijojed by all who hiivn heard lillu
durlliK llio week lit reiitrul Ilnhiii
Chinch. I'ew men nu..wur ho many
quest Ions and say mi many helpful
Ihliilts In the louiM- of mi address n-i
does l)r Jolinslon. Ills llliistiatlons,
tukeu mostly fioni his own large ex
perience. Illustrate. Ills whole per
uiinallty anil manner make him a
.ipeaker or whom one inner Hies. Tim
meetliiK tomorrow afternoon Hlinuhl
be largely attended. Theiu will bu
pedal music. Tliu time Is 4 o'clock
Articles or Incorporation were tiled
today with the Territorial Tl cannier
for the lompaiiy to be known us the
Nlppu JIJI Co. which will take over I
the plain and newspaper of Y. Sogn,
now tailed the Nlppu JIJI uud foi-i
merly called the Vaiiiatova S llmbiiii
The p.ipeis piovldo lor the lssuiiiico
of jr,,(iilll In stock at present, the
lamo to be luci eased later If found
iicicbHary, to $:i(l,00(l, The coiiiiany
will pay V Sogu 1500 ror the good
will mid SS.iiuii for his printing
I plant, and will publish tliu n.ivvsp.i-
i,uv iih we" aH ,i,,,"' j"" linnnug. Tim
hollowing dlieitoiH uro nuiiied' Y.
Koga, A K 04HWII. K. Olio. M. K11111-
kawa, T Katminuma, K. Kawasnkl,
uud M Yumaslilo !
BEACH I0I iD
Two Huh ponds on the Walklkl
I load, toiitulnlug uu area of 08,51 1
Mu.ue feet, were sold at auction to
day by J F Sloigau Thoy weie pui
I I'liasu.l by Naniy lloliiou for J77C
i.oih a anil 4 of the llauiila beach
lots, rtxently opened, (ontalnlng an
area or 9,208 and 0,3 14 si)unio reet
icspectlvoly, woie hold together to
Older ror $300, Lot 7 or the same
propel ty, coiitalnlug n, IDS sqitaru
reet, was sold to the same party for
I BUYS JAPANESE I
has always been one of our chief
aims. Lowering the price by lower
ling the quality, and substituting, it
hot our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
jnnd the spectacle weaicr is the loser.
i There's merital satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET
Over May & Co.
THE 1II0H QUAIITY
jewelry has been attained by
Look for that II. C, stump on
the best. The Best is Always
I DO HIGH ORADE JEWELRY WORK OF ALL KINDS,
INCLUDINd, WATCHMAKING AND ENORAVINQ.
Ny as TO-DAY
Not lin Is iiereby given that tliu Ka-
uliiwela Dance Jii'ik been iostponed
from I'ebriinr) ICIli tu .Mnicli I'lul.
1'JO". ' MANt'lII, t'OltllHA,
Seietni), Kiiiiluwula Hradtintllih
COMMERCIAL CLUB DINNER
Then, will bu a ('lii)i dinner of the
meiubeiM of tint Comineiclal Club of
Honolulu held .it, the Will 1. 1 1. 1 Sea
tide Hotel on Wednesday cwnlliK,
Cell 11 l'liiT, lit S o'llnik. I'ouii)
eaih iiinl hl.i late
Tlie Kluau this foienoon biouglit .1
hiuall hunch of legislators fiom
.Vnul ami Hawaii, who caiiiu to at
tend the session On tliu way, last
night, the Kluau met the CI11111II1111
(iui)iiiK the Hll.s excursion, and tliu
two ships 1 heeied each other as they
passed in the night.
Among the legislators who arilved
were K. K. Kahaiia, a Home Itille
Democrat Itepresentntlvo fiom Ha
waii, Senator J. T. Hi own or Hllo,
Win N11III111.1, u lluinu Itiile-Deluo-irtilic
Hepiehentatlve fioni Hllo; Itep
reseutullve I. M. Kuulho, who galn
11I faine in the 1 ! U .". sesblon us the
lone Home 1 1 11 lor. uud M. P. Wulvval
.In the M1111I lteireseiitutlve. Nor
man K. I, mil in of Hllo came to pull
wiles for the Job or assistant dnrk of
the Semite Hev. J. K. Kalllu. e.iiiui
to seek the position of chaplain of the
I louse, while J I,. Klilllllkou, tliu well
known atliiiiiey, came rrom Hllo to
neck I Jin position i,r Borgeiiiit-at-aims
or the House.
A Itaiild Transit uir this iiiuiiiliig
sliuek a rtiuv hniho at Mollilll, friu
tuilug Its bin. The 1111I11111I helougid
to a Jiiii'iiiehu iiaiued Yiniiuilu.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cluara It the
Why? Because it It the finett type
of a cigar. It it a make of exceptional
merit; of most pleasing aroma and
devoid of ranknets.
Try tho DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for 5c.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT BTREET8
NO KIND OF PLEASURE
as becoming friends with the master
minds of the past. The way to do
this is to have their works right in
your libiary. Few writers equal and
none surpass Goethe and Schiller in
deepness of feeling and beauty of
thought. Are not those the kind of
companions you desire?
examine our half moiocco laige quar-, by the storm. The test of the MiynRe
to editions of Goethe in five and .heavy winds anil sens wen- cxpcrlcnc
Schiller in four volumes, extensively " "'' 'hen- was no abatement till
illustrated. The editions are pub-, J"t bcroru the big collier reached
lished by Geo. Barrie & Sons, the fa- "I I"1"-
mous Philadelphia house, nnd the 'rll(' Ulnlm hilugs s.imo tons or
price is 10 per volume monthly ,ml ""'signed to W. ti irwln a Co
payment. I1""' '3 " ''"''' l "r "" unusual tpu In
these waters. Shu Is wlial Is known
11 in C I vntl ff I fit "s ,'"-' Tiirrunt model, being a varla
Tl III, V, LjUII VUt LIU, ! Hon of the whnlubnUt. Her chief
difference fiom the last-named t)po
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION. lies In the ract that she has u huge
. ... . . j... . . T
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give, a complete summary of I ,"'""' " ""' ". ' -..
. .. ... certain. HlllT.. IIS thev bnvi. n imtenf
h new of the day.
no other house in Honolulu.
the jewelry you buy nnd get
J 064 Fori St.
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
(Continued from Page 1)
cud permanency of prosperous cltl-
7c nshlp, rather than Immediate re
turns on larne masses of capital."
STATKMKNT OK FACTS
On Deiember 1 1 til. l'JIlt;, U. I..
('andless, a clllicn and laxp.ier of
tliu Tenllory of llavviill, brought a
1 Milt In equity fur uu liijuni Hon
ligalust (iovernor Carter and James
W. 1'ialt, hand Commtsslouer of the
Territory of Hawaii, to lestralu them
fi out disposing of nil tlu, (loveiiilueut
nieiil laud 011 the Island of I.11IU1I, to
one man, us being Illegal. On Kebril
uiy 1st, Hill", I ne Supicmu Court of
Hawaii, which ..insists or three
llilfces, b) 11 dcilsloii or two Judges,
Mr Justl.e Wilder dissenting, levers-1
ed Judge Du Holt's decision. Notwlth
itauding that the .iiiiipli.liiuut stilted
piihllcl) trial lie Intended appealing
the mailer to tliu Siipieme Com t or
tile United States, novel tlteless, on
the siiinu .lay (he Stipienio Court ren
deied Its decision, while the matter
was still pending In tliu courts, with
tliu light to appeal, tliu Supiemu
Cotiit having sta)ed tho 1 ci.iltt Itur
ten d.i)s, Covumor Caitei- transferred
the 47,i;i'.U acres of Government land
which .instituted tliu entile (lovein
iiient holding, to one man, who own
ed Hie balame or the Island, vesting
title to the entile Inland, .oiihlslliig
or over xs.ouil acres, in this man.
'Ihls he h.i)B vas approved by tliu
If this a. Hon Is legal, tho eutlui
(loveiiilueut laud In the Territory of
Hawaii urn he all ti ailed to .me ndl-
vldual. l.i..s,.e,-ilv., ,.r .1... 1
.--. ...u . .vwv ..k. 1
ilaitsii in tliu Oiganlc Act What
ilianie has the homesteader ol nc
'IlllrliiK a hoiueslead? Is It not time
to change the land laws or this Tenl
"These have been hunt nil over the
United Slut.-H," said McCaudlehs this
morning. "They li.ivu been sunt to,
.very Senator and Itupicscntallvc, '
ami also to all tliu principal uews-i
It is tliu general opinion on the
i.treet that while tliu cliuilnr will not'
piohuhly ri until any piihlle storm or'
Indignation, which will dereat tliu
Lunul deitl. It iniiv finiKi tin, iiiiviii..
or home unpleasantness, as It is gen-
erally believed that It was fa, rrom1
being the P,eslde,.F wish that the
l.'lt.n 1... iHvi.it .ml
- r"" "
.i.iiiii on Hie isiami or (..mill on tliu ' """ " " '' mucn ihh- .jis. V II. Smith, .Mis. J, W Wienn
14th .lav or .Inniinry. A D. 1.107, u'""r'Kd iver his piospecls. uml child. II. C. Kastou, Jas Dougher-
'Judge lie Hon. ('licit Judge of the . ,.. sr'".r ", ,''", X T, l!,l"!l1,' ,,"',,l,t '' J!,u' l'",kr- V ll"r'1' "'" A""B'
Terrl.oo of llaw.,,1 gianted . In- 'aW' i ?t t '" ft,." "'".'i'
JiiiiLttuu viiJulnltiK J W Piatt, Hit'1 , , iw. r h ,, , t " ii Hi p
Ion nl.lonei-j.r Piihlle Lauds, mini DYNAMITE ON TRACK Daniels, Miss i: Daniels, Mlsii
trailing oIT 1 1.1,1.11 acies or Govern- Ilata. I). Sllvella, II. (Inrmiiii. fjuy Mv-
TJiu adjoin tied auuiial met Hug of ceptlonal showing,
the Itaphl Tiauslt Co. tool iiluie this You are Invited to look at the goods,
moinlng Tho icports, which vveiul We assure you satisfaction In prlca
presented nt the former meeting. vvereiand '"
..isiiniuieii in in inteii roini and ati
pi oved. The by-laws wero iimeiided
bo as lo allow- tho company lo Issue
ileun le-lssue leitlll.utes on jiioof be
ing given that the originals havo lieen
The tliltlsh steamer Elaine nrilvcH
this mom I ni; from Australia, after a
Very long nail rough passage. When i
the was out five days from Newcastle
she ran Into what Captain Miller
termed a "cyclone," which stayed
with her for three days anil washed
away several turret ladders ami ven
tilators. Nh serious damiige was
' done, though the ship was held back
house amidships. Thesu boats nro
l , ... ,,... ,...., ,....
( ii the style of M-ssel mid arc tuinluic
them out III Rrent numbers. Alie.uly
oer 1U0 arc In the water. A ship of
this style was neru from Nowcastli
with toal a J ear a no, but with this
HiiRle exception the Hlalue, which
beloiiKfl to the I. Ion Line, Is the only
essel of the class to hau ioiiiu to
SUPPOSED H0R0 RICH IN
Pacific drove. Jan. 2't'. A "holw"
cnpllalUl who Kiie his name its Alfred
N.ifus, has been taken In charge by
Pollcetnnii lllrks or Monterey, The
man had been sleeping In old shanties
or In the pine woods for two mouth
past, IMng on such rood us he (oiild
picked up When taken to Jail mid
isked as to his means or support, he
banded lllrks U-M in silver
A J10U bill was round 111 u mill belt
on Nnfus, ami as lllrks was having
the cell Nafus callul him back and
pulling riff u shoe produced another
. flno bill from the root or his hock.
Out of the other soik he pulled two
. $100 hills, one ?2(i bill and one J', bill.
I Nafus Is said to have ioiiiu to Mon
terey in November rrom Santn Monica,
bringing with him seveial ullses
which weie left unclaimed nt the
houtlieiii Pnclllc depot ami nnally heat
to the lost luggage otllce In San Krau
Nufus Is said to b a native or New
Jersey and to have lived In Oregon, lie
has been plaieil lii a iaiilliirum.
BOER WAR HERO SUICIDES
.'N''w Viirk, Jan.
I. Colonel J. F.
V. llllike, who
orcunlzeil it it liluli.
I,r r . t i. i .7. .. "
Ti TV . . ". J ,r """
ni i '."f,"1"'.1 (.!rt, Ilr,lal11' "'
ill., ,1",c,'le1l"")" a Harlem
bourdliig-liotiK, by Inliallng llliimlniit -
... , . ,., " "ca" "oma
n.'.'.ai', u"",'!,. V1"1,0 ''8,l'r,l,l-v "'l'1 kljjoliii''ion, W F. Shollboni, II Aim'lt'age.
Portland, Jan, SI -A allck or .linn
nille, iiieiisurllig teven Inches In
I. iiglh, w. Ighliig one ami a hair pounds
ami s.t with rour nips, was round Just
beside the mil neur Piedmont slntlmi.
c' "ie St Johns division or the Port
hind Hnllvviiv, Light and Power Com.
pan) hhortly after d.i)bieak today.
The i!)htiiult! was :iij).u i-ntly pluce.1
oil the lall with ilellbcratu Intent to
blow to jileces 011.1 nf the heavy cara
on the St. Johns line, and It Is sup-
oseii nun me Jar iiiused hy the ai-
l""',cl' lf 'he cms shook It off Just in
line to pievent a teirlhle accident.
Juiues J. mil, piushient or the (Heat
Noit hern rallioad. takes pleasure In
lecallliiL' that he nit lh0 ilrst stencil
and inurked the first barrel of Hour
ever niaiiiirn.-tiu.'.l la Mlniieaiiolls.
This In ,r,!i or ISCO. when ho was
agent Mr a Hue or freight Meaim-r.i
running uu I lit- Mississippi.
Sidney M, Halloti has jiut In a claim
or 11000 as damages h) reahon or the
niliioveineiit .,r Hie road rrom Alewn
)iue sueei. lie asserlH that the
.'..' ":.'"."'" ",K" "'"' f" "t his
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT 8T. near DERETANIA.
Sewing machine fo- sale.
TEL. MAIN 117.
nr ih i.. Hn ..
were received by us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef.
feet, character!,, the line.
Vnii'll -.11 - -- U -- .....
"-" ,"" w u no ctisicrn bivie
If you neglect chooslnn from lhl ...
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O, Box 081
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' t lilt Ibl I ln.oil 6r) I w II uS
New moon Feb IS, nt 7-12 a. in.
Times of the tide are taken from
the United States Coast uud Ueodetla
Hawaiian ttumlard time ts 10 liouri
30 lulnutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the merldluti of 1CT
degrees 2u minutes. The time whlellu
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is the Bama
aa Greenwich, U hours U minutes. Huu
and moon are for local Hue for the
Friday, February 10.
Am bk Andrew Welch, Kelly, S5
ua)s fiom Sun Kraiiclsio, 8-IS p m.
Arrived, IVbruaiy IS A -II. S S.
Nevad.iu, (Ircene, (loin Honolulu.
Sutuidii, Februar) 1R
SI in r. Kluau Fieemaii, from Hllo
uud wn portH, ti::iu a in.
S. S. Klalne, Miller, from Newcastle,
t: If, a m.
Arrived, Feb. 14, Am. whr. Defend
tr, SI das fiom San Francisco.
Frldav, February If,
Kawalhuil, for llauiila, K:3il
Schr. Mol Wahliie,
for llauiila and
iiouoipu, r. -:tn p. m.
Stiur.'.Mniii, lleunett, for Kawalhiie,
4 i. in
Stair. Cluudlne, Parker, for Maui and
Hawaii ports, l! p. in.
Dciiarteu, Feb. 13. A.-II. H S. Cal
iforulau, Hueelhci, for Hllo.
Stmr. W. (1. Hall. S. Thompson, trom
Kanul Jiorts, a. in.
Stmr. lwuhiul, Pilt, . fioiii MuloKal,
Maul ami filial ports, a. in.
X X A X KJ(I(XNKXXJIIX
a. PASSENGERS X
K Departing it
, K H. V X it. x , K X x K M W X
i-..h ti.. n.. ...,i.... ,...,.
"""""" l,v.' "lu"- ""I'lllie. J-en.
If'-H. P. Ilolli, Waller Dole, Jack
Do)le. Juo. Fleming. C. Davles. J. II.
How laud. K. K. ItlLhardson, K. H.
Tlli sou, U M. Whlteliouse, C. II.
"""-'.Hull, l'. T Olimzy. fleo. O'Neill, Ham
tligstou, W C. L)ous, (1, A Mnrtlu, A.
Cocked, J L. Homer. H. P. Low. II.
A. Wilder, C. J M.Ciirth), (Jus Schu
luaii, l. J Uud, Miss Kniina Keaiiu,
Miss llalu.ilanl. .lack Alkliisun, Jack
Liuas, W. C' Pia.uck, ( A. Ilrown.
Chas. Iluuna, P. Cockett, J. II. Muc
keiiile, J. A. Aiming. II Heckley. lh
Pottle, 'I bos O'llileu, ( F Murray,
II. T Morrle, C II. Hcllliia, M. .
Druiiiiiiuiiil, J. II. Woods, A. It. How
Ml. S. Du Freest, II. M (letlel, J. U.
Cohen, J. 1). Aluiokii, Mrs. Mai) (liven,
Chas. K. Notley. Mm. J. Cockett. Mar
tha Kealahlkl, J. p. Wilder, O. P. Wil
der, J. II. Cook, T. II. (Illheit and wife.
)' PASSENGERS K
( Arrived M
From Hawaii and Maul, per tttmr.
Kluau, Fell. 10. i: A. Humsay, Mis.
K A. Itainsay. W. II. Wall, Louis (l.
Celllller. II. P. i:.iklu, Mm. II. P.
l.'al.ln, J. L. Kaiilukoii, Hon S. K. Ka
huna, Mrs. S. IC Kahana, Senator J. T.
Drown, Hon. Wiiij Nulllinnl, Ji., Mra.
II. N. Wiggins, A. Feniuiules, Miss (I,
Foriiaiuler, Mis. 11. II. Morehe.ul, Nor
man K. Lyman, tleo. p. Caatle, Km
W. I). Westervelt, Mis. J. Metcair. John
lloomanls, 0. Walters, A. Colder, John
T. Molr. Jr., Otto Ilriinuer, Master K.
Kahana, Hon. L. M. Kuplho. Mrs. L.
M. Kanlho, It. K. NuIjki, Mr. Julia
Kami, A. O. Alexunder, II. L. Hudson,
J. W. Waldion, A. 11. IJndsay, James
(llhh, Mis. J. (llbb. Miss Lllliiou (llbb.
Mis. W. II. Cruvvfind.. II. K. Plckei,
IteV. J. K. Kullllll. M l U'nli.nl,.!..
"John Waliialole, T ll. Itobliihon, It!
, r. Ilohliihon, W. K. Wilson, C. Hoy.
i Per stmr. Ko An Hon, February 15,
from Kllaueii. Win. Kahlllkolo.
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iisi in inu iiuiiiiv or ihh mtu nin.iH
.. .. .-w lanjri
i twin uin uijjji-uiui.ru ui uitt Hat tliu
Miliary Is evidently -i very good one
hut ll Is Impossible lo inuku this state
ment positive on account of the luxuesH
of tho Inventory which renders It prac
tically woithloss. The names of tho
books alono are given and not their
authors, ami as most of the bookB am
cither historical or legul the nmno r
tho author N or the gieatest liumrt
uncc. Outsldo tha books UUlu ol valu
is mentioned In tliu Inventory
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