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W 9. BVBN1NQ BU1JJBT1N. HONOLOLO. T. IT., 3ATURDAY, JAN. 25 1903.'
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r nflAI n It tfattf IWWX H B a K To kep in touch with real estate Bs'aBBsaBs'aW KKi
r wnuutuv .ihJliL." p a i $ B a u7 to'1164 in tliiJ city yu must keep in WKmsffw SmqWiWv
I $?MMf touch with Bulletin Heal, Estate Ad- SBS Vi'ii
I, " mrrtiv nnrtinin M 7 veitising.
g- WCCNLI UHUCnUAn K - fi
All visiting members ot h.
order are cordially Invited to
attend m stlngi o( local lodge
IARM0NY LODGE, Mo. 3, L 0. 0. 1.
UmU every Monday evening at
1:10 la I. O. 0. V. Hall, Fort Btreet.
K. II. HENDRY, Beeretary.
BEN. F. VICKHRU, N. Q.
All visiting brothers very oordlally
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 3, K. of I.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i ISO o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, oor.
fort and Beretanla. Visiting broU
tra eordlally Invited to attend.
W. U LYLE. CO..
F. WALDHON, K.R.8.
0ABTJ L0DQI, Bo. 1, X. of Z.
Meats every Friday evenlnc at
7:30 in K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Beretanla. Visiting brotbera
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DKKRINd, CO..
JA8. W. WHITE, K.n.I.
IOK0LULU LODQI 6H, B. P. 0. 1.
lioaolulu Lodce Ko. 118, B. P. a
a., will meet In tbelr hall on King
net rrt atreet every rriaay even
By order of the It.
HAJIRT A. WrLDBH.
f. I. RICHARDSON, B. R.
tb. x-mrirr lodox No.t, x,of .
! rrr Baturdar evening at
fira i'.lcek tn K. ot P. Hall, oor
fori and Beretanla. Viiltlng brain
are oordlally Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEB, CC,
B. A. JACOBSON. K.R.S.
I0N0LULU AERDC 140, 7. 0. E.
imtjj nn the 2nd and 4th WI5D-
STESDAY eveningi ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, corner
laorwtanla ami Fort streets.
VUltlng EagleB lire Invited to at
tend. W. L. rRAZEU, W rrctt.
II. T. MOORE. Seoy.
tIAWAHAN TBIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meots every first nnd third Thura
inya of each month at Kulghts or
I'ythtnn HnU. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. A3CH. Sachem.
A. U. MURPHY, C. of It.
and oloth of A-l quality can be pur
McOANDLISi BLDO.,' ,
V. 0. Box 981. Telephone 131.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved ind Modem BUOAJl MA
0EIHZQT of every eapaoity and.de
leriprion made to order. Boiler. work
and EIVETED PIP1I for irripitioii
norpctes a ipecialtv. Particnlar at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
tain necnted at shortest notice.
totll aai Ueditua CUm. OoafUtt .
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Mm! 44-10 Xiay St., XaWerllk.,"bt
Tnaanu and Imith Ita.; Tel. 18.
Three Men in a Boat
r thirty tnaket no difference If the
oraft is built by
Ctwles D. Walker,
BOAT AD XA0HTJ9X W0BXB
Xinjt It. nr. Alapal
m. Ptiiiiips & go.
n ' m c tl
Wlill imponere and Jebkere
CDnOPtAN AND ' '
AMKRICAN DRY KOD
inRT-m.oUn are . ,
rTer Rent" earde en eale at
the aulletlr efflee.
King and Bethel Sti.
Gas Co., Ltd.
Empldyncut Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractori
168 KING ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
668 8. BBUTAKU 81
can be done very easily with your
npanese servant by pBrehaelni aa
English and JapaneM Cook Book.
AT All BOOKWORM.
KEYBTONE-Eiaiir.WATOTM . .
At All Warflhdeaieri.
Agent for Hawaiian iliUnla,
Cor. F0BT and KINO 8ta Hoaolili.
Japanese Curios, filk. Xinomoi,
Ihlrts, Pajamas, Ikirt Waiiti, Taney
I0T1L ITBJE1T BXAK-BXTaTXIu
P. H. Burnetts,
Attorney: Notary: OenveyaitMr:
Keal Estate: Mfg. loan: Cellee
tioni. Agent to Grant Marriafe lie
sntei. ' fh f
OMce 79 Herehant It. Phone 310.
Yon Want EleotHc Wiring Dona or
mvate Telephone Installed er Dry
Batteries, call tho
UNION EJJ?0TBI0 CO..
68 Beretanla St Phone III.
Pine job Printlny at the Bui-
Rent Franklin care. Stkyds. StbU."
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
C. 1). llnll was u passenger In Iho
tT. H. Mnrslml Hcndiy rcttirnod from
llllo In llic Klium todny.
Matinco at the Oriiheuui ovcry
Wvilncedny and Saturday.
MIsh K. Cuiuwell of Maul cnuio
down on tho Htoamor Klnau.
Post onioo Infcioctor F. J. I Inns ro
tinned from Hawaii this morning.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
JmlKo Dole tills morning granted tho
petition of Y. Van King for discharge
Sweeping cut-prlco sulo lace cur
tains three yards long, 75c a pair and
up at A. Dlom's.
Returning visitors from the Volcano
House stato that tho crater Is still nc
the and that tho display Is One.
U. S. District Attorney R. W.
Breckona was among' tho arrivals thlrf
morning In the Klnau.
Coat your Iron roofs irtth "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative propertloe. California
Feed Cq agents.
Tho White Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best Bowing ma
chine In tho world. Benny &jCo., Ltd.,
agents. 1206", Fort street. Phone 488.
A motion for a new trial In tho case
of Oliver Kane, who was found guilty
this week ot burglary, was died todny
by the prisoner's attorney, Mr. Vln
Face and scalp treatment, man!
curing, vibrator treatments can be
bad at Room t, the Young Hotel, 2nd
floor, at Miss A. de Lartlgue hair
dressing parlors. Telephone 150.
Pau-ka-Hana, tho beat eoap made
nnd the greatest enemy to dirt. Is
made and sold by the Honolulu Soap
Works, of which Fred. h. Wnldron Is
agent. Your grocer will deliver a
editor K. Aljlma of the Osaka Mai
nlchl Chlmbun, who nrrlvod yesterday
In tho Hongkong Maru, was the guest
of tho local Japanese press and Mer
chants' Association. Ho Is a close
friend of tho Rev. O. Motokawa.
George O. Guild left In the Hong.
kong Maru today for New York. He
received a cablo to go to New York
on Important business and llad to pay
tho $200 fine for traveling under a
A deed was filed with tho Registrar
of Conveyances by which George Ke
Vauoha, who figured as tho star In the
recent "Mormon case' conveys to
David F. Notlcy one aero of land at
Late for a consideration ot I2S0.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Guild and Womans" Auxllary of St.
Andrew's Cathedral will bo hclif at
2:30 p. in. Monday, January 7, at tho
residence) of Mrs. Rycroft, 1CS5 Wil
Dldn for tho construction .pl.tho Ma
klk road extension will bo called for
by tho Department of I'nbllo Works
noxt Monday. This load, when com
pleted, will connect with tho now
Tantalus load. Tho section to be
built is about COO feet long, but tlioro
nro about 1000 cubic yaiila ot earth
to lie iiuned.
Over forty men hnvo tent In their
names for tho Old Giianl reunion and
dinner at tho Commercial Club, Mori
day night. Those who have not re-
bpomled should do so todny. There
will bo responses to toasts by W. L
Whitney, W. C. Woodon, W. R. Castle,
U. F. Dillingham, Paul Super, F. J.
I.owrey, F. W. Damon, Ed Towse and
W. h. Howard. T. C. Davlca will bo
Tho two plays in rehearsal by puplla
of Oahu College for tho Mission Ben
cflt on the evening of February 8,, at
the Chas. R, Ulsbop hal. arc ot a
distinctly different character. The
first is given by Ave girls. Time, tho
present, and. tho sceac, laid In a, little
town near Chicago, This little skotch
was recently put pn by tho pupils, ot
the, school pf,- acting of the Chicago
iiusicai college, ana was most iavor
Arrangements additional- to thOBe.
mentioned In another column ,liao
boon raado by the .American-Hawaiian
steamship company to not only carry
pineapples, but also tovtako care of all
the bananas, that. wlll,bo shipped from
this port. A special elevated platform
will be built on the Nevadan similar
to that now on tho NebraBkan, and
this wjll protect tho fruR from, the
sun, and also give it plenty ot ventil
ation. The steamship Mexican ot the
Barim.llne will arrive hero from San
Francisco on, February 1, ond,tbo No
braskan from Soaltlo on the same
Two or three redwood j,water tanks,
EQOD to 8000K gallons. Address
"P. O. P.," Sutietln. 3908-St
Coral stone and all other, building
matorla) cqntalned In that old ?or
al building situated on Nuuanu
St., corner ot Pauahl St. Purchas
er to removo same within sixty
days, "h.," this office. 3907-lw
A. ,N, SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
i over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Deretanla St. Phone 1401.
Hawaii Land Leases Before
CoiDinmittee On Territories
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24 George R. McClellan and F. M.
Hatch figured today beforo ,the House Committee on Territories, in ref
erence to tho leasing of Government lands in Hawaii,
m i m i '
NEW YORK'S GR EAT SNOWSTORM
NEW YORK, N. V.i Jan. 24.
0 snow a foot in depth, has caused
classes of the city. ,
ORDER FULLY ESTABLISHED AT LISBON
LISBON, Portugal, Jan. 24. The situation, eauscd by tho discovery
ot a plot to establish a republic, has cleared and. the preservation ot or
der is assured.
HAYTIAN OFFICIALS TAKE REFUGE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24 A number ot Hnytian officials havo
taken refuge In the American Consulate.
QUEEN ALEXANDRA ROBBED OF MINIATURES
LONDON, Gng., Jan. 24, Burglars have stolen three valuable min
iatures belonging to Queen Alexandra.
The Inter-Island steamer Klnau ar
rived hero this morning Bhortly aft
er 10 o'clock, bringing one ot the
largest passenger lists that slio has
carried in some time. Purser Phil
lips reports that the boat had rather
"bumpy" weather going over,- but
that the soa was smooth and the trip
Was fine on the return Voyage. Tour
ists on Hawaii say that tho Volcano
Is very active, and splendid views ot
it in eruption have'beeri obtained by
many with their cameras. There
we're four commercial -travelers re
turned on the Klnau., t '.
The Hongkong Marii sailed at 11
o'clock this morning from tho llack
feld wharf. With her went sovornl
etop-over passengers who havu been
in tho Islands: for eoiiic tlmo past.
She did not tuLo on any other pas
sengers or f i eight from this port.
The steerage jiasa.engcrH who wero
exposed to tho smallpox nro now- be
ing held .'il Quarantine) Island, and
Will bo for 1 I days; then; If no now
taMM break out, they will bo reloaded.
A huge quantity of mall went mi on
The eaifio uf tho Klnau, arriving
at 10:15 this morning from llllo nnd
way polls, consisted ot tho follow
ing; 3 horses, S cases empty but
tles, C empty wlnp barrels, 8 bags
bones, 9 bags spuds, 9 bundles hides,
14 pigs, 14 barrels empty bottles, 14
bales gobs, 24 boxes chickens, 20
bags taro, 21 empty. kegs, 2CG sheep,
1C9 packages sundries.
The following list ot sugar await
ing shipment on Hawaii was brought
In by the Klnau: Olaa. 7800; Wai
akea, .CSOO; Walnaku, 2400; Pepee
keo, 8000; Honorau, 40C0; Hakalau,
17,500; Laupahoohoo, 3300; Ookala,
.400; Kukalau, CC00; llamakua, 2,
700; Paauhau, 16.000; Honokaa, 8,
000; Honuapo, 4166.
The U. S. transport Crook sailed
for the Coast this mornjng at 11
o'clock. She did not take on any
freight or coal here, tho latter be
cause ot tho fact that sho coaled at
Tho W. II. Morston is still at the
dock between tho two Inter-Island
wharves. She will probably remain
thore until her full cargo Is dis
Tho next mall from Frisco will
qomo down on tho Asia, which is duo
hero Monday, ,
The Hllonlan shifted over to the
rallwny dock this morning from her
The two torgerB.irecently arrested
in.Hllo were brought over on the Kl
nau. PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure .any case ot Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding. Tiles in, 6 to
Malaya or money refunded, Made Vy
PARIS MEDICINE CO,, Saint Lo'uls,
U.S. of A.
Kee Lox .Clean
MAKE IMPRESSIONS that
are permanent. They do not
rub or smear, because they
ARE clean; for the same rea
son, they are used longer than
the grease criibon papers, and
make olenr-cut records.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
A severe storm, accompanied by n fall
intense suffering among the poorer
No. 133. TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION
TERRITORY OF HAWAII TO 110
SHIOAWA; DR. M. OYAMA; T. KA-
DO; PANQ FONG CO.; KAI NAM;
LAUTONO; YONQ SEE; EMMA
M. NAKUINA; KAHAEULA HIR
AM. Trustee; COUNTY OF OAHU
by CHARLES UUSTACE, JR., aa
Chairman ot the Board ot Super
visors; TERRITORY OF HAWAII
by C. R. HEMENWAV as Attorney
General; TADI; CHOY LIN; und
to ALL whom It may concern:
i Whereas, n petition has been pre
sented to said Court by WALTER E.
SHAW to register and confirm his
title In tho following-described land
LOT No. 1.
Beginning at tho North corner of
this piece, at an lion pin oil tho East
lino ot I.llllm Street, which point Is,
true azimuth, 23& 2S' nnd distant
193.2 feet, from tho Klng-LUIha
b'tiect Monument, which said Klng
LUIha Street Monument is, true azi
muth, 30 C und distant 29.93 feot
troin tho Sewer Man llolo at tho in
tersection ot KlngMiiul Lllihn Streets;
nnd running, by true azimuths;
(1) 321" 14- 00" 9n. 8 feet, along
fenco of Knhneula 11 1 nun prop
(2) 232' 59 20" C6.0 feet, along
fence ot Wong See and Lau
. Tong property;
(3) 131 42' 00" 99.9 feet, along
fenco of Emma M. Nakulna prop
(4) CO" 25' 20" 49.4 feet, along
Llllha Street to the point ot be
ginning;. Containing an area ot
o&9. squaro leet.
LOT No. 2.
Beginning at tho South corner of
this piece, which point is the North
and beginning corner ot Lot No. 1,
and running, by, true azimuths:
(1) 230 26 20", 49.4 feet, along
Lot No. 1, or Llliha Street line;
(2) 131 42' 00", 1.8 feet, to North
corner of L. C. A. 8323;
(3) 60 36' 00", 49.1 feet, along
West boundary of L. C. A. 8323;
(4) 321 14 00", 2.1 feet, to the
point ot beginning; Containing
nn area ot 92.8 Square Feet;
Total Area, 5C91.8 Square Feet.
Said two lots being portions of L.
C. A. 8323 to Kalalkullno, on Llllha
Yoii are hereby cited .to appear at
the Court ot Land Registration, to
be held at Honolulu, Island ot Oahu,
on the 13 day of Fob., A. D.,,1908,
at ono o'clock nnd thirty minutes in
tho afternoon, to show cause, if any
you have, why Jhe prayer of said pe
tition Bhould not bo granted, ,And
unless you appear at said. Court at
the time and place aforesaid your de
fault will be recorded, and the said
petition will be taken, as confessed,
and you will be forever barred from
contesting said petition or any decree
Wltnoss, PHILIP L. WEAVER, Es
quire, Judgo of said Court, this 17th
day ot Jan., In tho year nineteen
hundred and eight.
Attest with Seal of said Court.
(Seal) W. L. HOWARD,
3901 Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
NEWCASTLE Soiled Jan. 1:
Am. sclir. Ilelene, for Mahukona.
Tuecday, January 7,
KAANAPALI Hailed Jan 6:
A.-H. S. S, Texan, for Sallna Cruz.
Saturday, January 11.
A II. S. S. NebriiHkau, for Sound.
IIII.O Arrived Jan. 7: .
Am, bk. Amilo Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Sailed Jan. 7:
Am. schr. H. C. Wright, for San
NBWCASTLE-jArrlved Jan. 9:
Br. 8, 9. Highland Monarch, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, henco Dec. 31.
- Monday, January 13.
BAN FRANCIBCO Balled Jan. 12:
Am. bktne. lrmgard, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. O. C. Tobey, for Honolulu.
Am. bsT Fort Goorgo, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. B. M. Phelps, for Kohulul.
GAVIOTA Balled Jan. 11:
Am. 3. S. W. S. Portor, for Hono
lulu. Tuesday, January 14.
MOJI Arrived, Jan. 2: -
B. S. Admiral Borresen, henco Deo.
14. ,, y& WJ-
YOKOHAMA Balled Jan. 14:
Hongkong Mara, for'.Honolulu.
NWdniday, January IS.i
MONTBRBY Arrived, Jan. 14;, r.
Am., sp. Falls ot Clyde, hence Dee.
8- Xi '. . .
. 'fhuraday, January 18.M,
BAN FRAlfCIBCp-rArrlyea Jan. l..t
A.-H. S.i 9. Mexican, from San Dtogo.
BAN FRANCia'CC8a!IedJan. 1:
Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived" Jan. 15:
Am. bk. St. Katherine, from San
.. .n-Friday, January 17. A
MOrfTHyiDBp-rBaUed Jan. 11:
Am. jp,,B. Fv Packard, for-Honolulu.
BAN KRANOISOO Arrived Jan. 17:
U. S. A, T. Buford.'henco Jan. 8.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 18:
Ar-H,vSr9. Nevadan, hence Jan. 9.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Jan. 18:
O. B. 8. Alameda, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 20.
SAN PRANOIBCO Arrived Jan. 18:
P. M. B. S. Mongolia, hence Jan. 12.
GAVIOTA Arrived. Jan. 18:
Am. sp. M. B, Chtlcotti hence, Jan, 3.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan, 18:,
Br. B. S. Mlowora, hence Jan. 11.
HILO Soiled,' Jan. 18:
A.-H. S. 8. Columbian for Sallna
Orur. , r
- i, Tuesday, January 21.
NEWCASTLE Soiled Jan. 10:
Br, SoS. Lord Stanley, for Honolulu
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 17:
Am. bk. Olympic, henco Nov. 12.
YOKOHAMA Anlvod Jan, 20:
P. M. S S. China, honco Jan. 7.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 20:
Br. bk. Invernelll, hento Dec. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 21:
P. M. S.sR. ARln, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Jan. 21:
A.-Il. S. S. Dispatch, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. 21:
Br. S. S. Den of Ruthveu, henco
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jnn. 22:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
Thursday, January 23.
MAKAWELI Arrived Jnn. 22:
Am, bklno. Hawaii, henco Jan. 21.
KAHULUI Arrived Jan. 23:
A.-H, S. S. Arlzonan, henco Jan. 22
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan, 18:
Br. S. S. Hampstcad, for Honolulu.
SAN DIEGO Arrived Jan. 23:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, from Sallna
, Monday, January 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 23:
Am. scar, IL C. Wright, from Ma
SEATTLE Sailed Jan. 23;
A.-H, S. S. Nebraskan, tor Honolulu,
SAN DIEGO Sailed Jan. 23.
A.-H, S. S. Alaskan, for San Fran
cisco Saturday, January 25..
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Jan, 19:
A.-IL S. S. Texan, from Kaauapall,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 24:
A.-H. 8. S, Mexican, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan, 25
Fr, S, S, Amlral Fourchon, honco
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 24:
A.-H. S. S,. Alaskan, from San Diego.
BRISBANE Arrived, Jan. 22:
S. S. Aoraugl, from Sydney, for Ho
nolulu. NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 25:
Am. bp. Hawaiian Isles, for Kahulul
via San Francisco.
James P, Edoff, appointed receiver
of California bank, will give 1300,000
bond and promises quick action to de
A Molt Excellent Assortment of
IEST ujmiiisii jji .
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W.' W.- Ahina Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 625.
Friday, January 24.
Stmr, Ko An Hon, Tnllolt, from Ha
wall ports, II a. in.
Satuiilay. January 2f.
Stmr. Klnau. NHson, fiom llawnll
poits, 10.16 a. in.
K K K X 3C at J K X X K K it K il '
M K id X JO i M w X n 35 X X it
Kildn), January 21.
Slmr. Mnuna Lon, Shnen-on, for Hn
wall and Maul portx, 12 in.
Stmr. t'l.mdiiip, Itcnnetl, for lla
wnll nnd .Maul polls, r:2.' p. in.
Htnir. Ileleno, Nelson, for Hawaii
portH, 6:45 p. in.
Halm day, January 25.
T. K. K 8. S. Ilougkong Maru, Hunt,
for San Francisco.
V. S. A. T. Crook, Williams, for San
Jl PAS8ENOXRS ARRIVED "
Per stmr. Klnau, Capt. Nelson,
from llllo nnd way ports, 10:16 a. m.
Jan. 26. Geo. C. Uobb, Mrs. G. O,
llobb, Mrs. L. Chapln, Mrs. M. K.
Kennedy, Mrs. M. Rnmsayer, Rev. Tn-
kaml, Miss K. Cornwell, Mrs. G. O.
Jaklns, S. Spltzer, Lee Hanekc, E. C.
Hnncke, R. A, Douglass, Moses Loan,
Sam Luhlau, Antone Manuel, G. Ta
knkoa, W. S. Glbbs, E. II. Cant, C.
W. Landls, F. J. Hare, It. W. llreck
ons, E. It. Hendry, Victor Hurd.'ll.
Waggoner, O. M. West, Miss M. Aus
tin, S. K. Kim, A. Conway, J. P.
Cooke, C. F. Hcrrick, C. W. Baker,
J.. D. Tucker, G. Amoy, K. Takano, E.
GJesccko, C. C Kumbhaar, Chas. it.
Frazlcr, J. J. Reiser, J. O. Young.
W. K. Notley, Rev. K. Shirauhl, Mrs.
A..Kokl, Miss E. Kokl, C. it. Hall,
Mrs. S. Lazaro, Wm. Hoogs, S. Full
5 PASSENGERS BOOKED
HHKMXSMKK KM H K 58 S
Per M. N. Co.'s. S. s! Hllonlan, for
San Francisco, Jan. 28. Miss Dorothy
iiownm, suss Lawrence, Mrs. Cnpt. F,
II. Svenson. IL Moses. C. II. Smith, F.V
v AVickett, C A, Krumbhaar. J.
Schnrpe nnd family, W. B. Shaw, Miss
L, Anderson, Mrs. tJ, Rosenberg and
two children, IL Rosenberg, O. W.
Brasch, Dr. Bcrno Hermann, wife and
child, Master Herman, J. Koolman, O.
T, Stono, Miss A. Svenson, Mrs. C. L.
RhodeB, Alfred Bllllups, Mrs. C F. Pet
erson nnd three children, Charles Bon,
I. J. Howe, Mary A. Austin, Dr. I,.
Toltekl, Mrs. Ferelra and child.
vPer O. S. S. Alameda, for Sau Fran
cisco, Jan. 29. Miss U A. Flenre, II.
W. Davis, and wifo, V. U Tenncy, Mia.
J. Rosenberg "and two children. It.
Rosenberg, Miss p. Lawrence, C. E.
Hart, Mrs. Capt. E. II. Svenson, J. C.
Godwin, E, R. Ilibborillno, Mrs. A. 1).
Watson, Mrs. 1m Mnltre, Dr. G F.
Brnckctt and hou, Mrn. 0. L. Rhodos,
Miss Nan Hoductt, N. S. Rlloy, S. II.
Moses, Cnpt. A. N. Walson, 11. ,T.
Heeney, wlf nnd ilnugliter, II. Sal. S.
That a team ot ciack lenuls play
ers from Honolulu will gn to I'uunctit)
nnd meet tho champs of tho Athletic
club ot (hut place Is now almost cer
tain, according to u letter' received
hoio by a prominent player. It
states that tho wiltor has been au
thorized by tho Piiuueno Athletic s
boclatlou to nrrango to bring tho Ho
nolulu plajcrs over to that placo for
tho tournament. While no deflnlto ac
tion has been tnken as yet, It Is ex
pected that a team will bo sent from
Through a misunderstanding ot
dates', it was stated in yesterday's pa
per that there would bo a foursomo
golf match at tho Country Club to
morrow. This wob a mistake, and
tho match already spoken of will
take place on February 2 at tho
NEW - TO-DAY
HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL SOCffiTY.
The Annual Meeting ot tho Ha
waiian Historical Society will bo held
at tho rooms of tho University Club
on Monday, Jan., 27th, at 8 p. m.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
PIONEER MDLL COMPANY, LTD.
The stock books of tho Pioneor Mill
Co.i Ltd., will be closed to transfers
from Jan. 2tf to Feb. 1, both dates in
clusive. (Sgd.) W. PFOTENHAUER,
Treas. Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
A meeting is called for Tuesday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock of tho resi
dents ot Llllha street and vicinity to
l.ear tho report of the committee, last
appointed, to take action against tho
proposed chauge la the service ot tho
Rapid Transit, Co.'a cars pn that
street, and to consider furtbor pro
ceedings. BY THE CHAIRMAN.
Placo ot meeting. School St. Hull,
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