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EVENING nUI.LRTJN, IIONOLULO, T. It , FUIDAY, IT.ll. 7. tons
Oceanic First Denrce.
s. i lun.w
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular.
Alt visiting members of die
order arc cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday stoning at
7:86 In 1 O 0 l' Hall. Fort Street
H II HENDRY. Secretary
I1HN. V. VICKKUS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordial!
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets cvory Tuesday evening at
it 30 o'clock In K. or P. Hall, cor.
(ort and lIorotnn'.K. Yhdtlng broth
ws cordially lultcd to attend.
V. I. LYI.B. CC.
F. WALURON, K.US.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Fildny evening nt
7: JO In 1C of 1' Hall corner Fort
and llerstnnlu Islting brolhor
cordlnlly Invited In attend.
A. 0 DKKUINO, CO.,
JAS YV .II1T1", K IIS.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1G, U. P. U
U., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort street every Friday omu
rjy order of tho K It.
HARRY A. WILDKU,
F. E. UlCHAItOSON. 5. It.
Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE .No.G, K.of P.
Meets ovary Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort nm! Hcrotanla. Visiting broth
tr cordially Invited to attend
v. i.. fuazii". c.c.
U. A J VCOUSON, K.R.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4 til WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Ueratanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles uro Invited to at
tend. V. L. FltA7.EE. W , Prcst. '
11. T. MOOUK. Seoy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. H.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers (.or
Jially Invited to attend.
J. V. ASCII, Sachem.
A E MPItPHY, C. of It.
iMJUnminwiwiiii inn h.aw s.Wsw m
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Jack and the Game also a carload
cf jewelry being practically given
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
P ".?. Surnetts.
Attorney Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'c Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Fhone 310.
Yon Want Elect ic Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ETJCTRIC CO.,
CO Beretania St.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
SbirK Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Taney
ifiOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Ojy BULLETIN ADS. PAY "TSBO
. I Baby
1 Go Carts
M King and Bethel Sts.
Gas Co., Ltd.
A New and
Complete Line of
The, best quality brush for
the money ever offered in Ho
nolulu. Prices .$1 to $5
ASK TO SEE THEM.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
85c a Bottle
J. M. Levy & Co.
King St. Phone 7G.
THE NEW SMOKING TOBACCO
To have solid comfort after dinner
All your pipe with QB0ID.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin.
Car A S
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ten Cents may be increased a
hundred-fold if invested In a Bulle
tin Want Ad, at One Cent a Word.
Panama hats cleaned nt tho (Hobo
Nliiml ildlng pen) lor sale. Sec ml
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
To onjoj n tide right, ring up 2'.lo
tin Qtilnn's Utile k.
I'tiliuiiti llralih PIIIh mako rich
blood 5df ti package. Tiy them.
Just arrived, Hnllwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Honolulu Lodge 010. II () H . will
meet In i:ik' building til 7 .10 this
The Fashion Saloon It now Boning
in excellent dinner between 4 and G
Ptcttt shirtwaist lulls nt Miss Pow
ers .Mlllluci) Parlors, Huston luillillim
I "or n few weeks Mrs. Kcnrns
chutney will be 25 icnts per Jar at
all the stoics.
Polwicidnh I'licnmpmcnt N'o 1, I ()
O P. will meet In Odd Fellow b' Hall
at 7 30 this evening.
Honolulu Srottlsh Thistle Club will
imi't in Hh mollis. Oregon block. Union
btruL'l. nt 7 HO tills OClllllR.
Illshtip Monro of tho Molhudlsl
chinch mid Ills daughter, Mrs. Pllkln
nf Denver, leau h the Koiea.
The iiiinii il nccoiintH of K P. Illtiliop
trustee, In tho estate of .lames G. Hay
feldeti, wcro npiroed jostcnla).
Wong ChtiliR was urioslcd jobIci
ila. on waiiiint cluuglng liltn with cm
bczzllng $07 from Sin Nip Cluing.
HolTiiiami Chop llourc open nil the
time on Hotel streot, near Ntiunnu
ncellent meals ut Ion rat prlcm
You'll co liotue In line shnpo If joii
Into n hlte of hot lunch with 111 nrior
tho daj's work I IolTm.it Saloon.
Mmisclgnoiir da Sllvu, HMiop of
Tiajanoptills, who has h-etl here for
nhotit a moiilh, sails liy the Korea
Izu.mi MaKlila applies for a dltorco
fnuti MnlHitnro Wakldn on I lie Kiouud
that he has another Tamil In .Inpau.
Valentines me kuIiik to ho wreath
In miriie this jear. Let the Ten I
torlal MesseiiRi'i Kerlre send J ours
Tlieie's a new shipinetit of tomato
Nectar Just In at .1. M. I.e 11 Co,
KIiik stuet KinruiH SSc n liottlu Call
up Phone 70
riiKiut oak extension dlnlns tnlilo
uooil as new, Is olfeied for sale at a
li.ite.ilii l Union-Paclllc Transfer Co,
Ltd Call and see It.
Mrs. W. II. Ithoacles, wife of Hie
ihlef clerk of tho Pnlted Slntiii ipiar
tenuaster'B Depot, with two (hililreti
hailed li tho Thomas for tho Coast.
JihIko Dole Is bK'inlliiK u. short time
at Ihi) Volcano, hnlns loft Mil" for
that resort on Mondn last. Mrs. Dole
piccottcil the .ludKu thcio some dayt.
One daj mole of the Rieat no prollt
sale at nliun's LailloA' waists, sk'litN,
Klotes, rollais, cr.ivenette laincoatb,
and chlldieii's coals, nil at cost price
to clinr stock.
race and scalp ticntmcnt, maul.
curlnk'. lbrntory trcatiueuu can ho
had nt Hoom 0, tho Young Hotel, 2nd
lloor, nt Miss A. do l.uitlKiio's linir
dressing parlors. Telephono 350.
MIps A. Coster, ono of tho passou-
Kers who m lived )pntcnlny In llio Ca-
ninliaii liiur AormiKl, Is the guest of
Mrs S. I Damon. She eaiiio liviu In
he married to It. Itiidland llode of this
Iloiisewhes who are particular
about food liuilly mid food ipiallly
kIioiiUI Insist mi 1i.iIiik the Snnltnry
Can Onl Heinz foods come in those
enns Try Iltlnz apple butler. Ask
jour Knit ci.
All fl lends and inelubciH of Iho
Catholic Ladles' Aid Soeltty tun ur
gently leipiosled to utteuil tho annual
mectluK. Hi bo held this iifleiiioon ut
3 o'clock at tho convent, (iniceis will
be elected for the J car lflrtS.
William SaUdRo, administrator un
der the will nf l-ruiik I.ucweiko, has
filed an Inventory of tho estate, Iho
total uliie or which Is ?MU2. Nearly
one hair of this consists or a claim
I'Kiilnat thuTonltorj of Hawaii.
United Status Deputy Marshal
UiittiH leturued fiom Kami jcblerda),
biliiRluR with him two Koicius, who
uro nccused of counterfeiting. l'lo
spurious ten dollar Rold pieces uro iilso
hioiiKht nloiiR lis cvlilcmc against tho
A. i:. Murphy, cleik of tho tliilV'd
States District Court, icliirned jester-
day fiom HIlo, whoio ho aconiiianled
JitdBo Dole on Olllclnl duty. Them
in oi oil to bo notliliiR for the United
States Comt In do ut HIlo and tho
opeultiK and adjourning nf the sooslnn
of tho court was pmelj formal
.Tho ejectment suit hiuiujht by tho
Department of Public Iiistiiictlnu
nRitlnst Kallhlwa Dails ct al , In which
u Kona schnnlhouho mid Dr. and Mlb.
Atchcrley IIriiic, was on tho calendar
for trial befoio JudRo Do Holt jestel
daj, hut was transfeiied back uriiIii to
tho T i id Clicult Couit for tilul.
WaUer C. Shields and T. 11. Davlca
ft Co. have filed their winner to tho
application of an Intoi pleader on tho
imrt of II Rh Sheriff Heniy and l)ep-
utj Sea leBpectliiK the ownoiahlp ot
certain baps of suijar soUcil by tho
HlRh Sheriff. Tho answer denies nil
tho claim of Iho Kipahulu SiiRnr Co.
In the seized Roods and asks that the
shorlff'H salo bo proceeded with.
Ah. Wall, a Chinese attor. was ns
saulted Inst ovonlns In tho Clilnoso
thentro on Hotel street. Ho had fiot
ten Into trouble oier a noinan with
tho Woiik LconR Do toiiR of San'l ran
clsco, whence ho ennio recently, nnil
that toiiR hull nildontly pussed the
IlKht over tn Its local branch, which
has IIb stioiiRost lodRo at Walpaliu
Tho police urrested soveral men but
somo or their prlsoncis were taken
away from them During tho melee
Chief Tnylor received a sprained
thumb and was tolled In tho mud.
kocs unnoticed or unattended to by
the tame man who rushes to the den
tist at the first twinge of toothache.
He has 32 teeth, and two eyes, but
he'll blame his headache on his
stomach, and risk his eyesight.
ARE YOU D0INQ THAT NOW?
A. N, SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BLDO.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY VyORK
done by tha
-. Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
213 Beretania St. Phone 1401
$709,000 Appropriation Is
Passed For Seattle Fair
WASHINGTON I) ( l'eb t! -Tho Senate has passed tho Scatllo
Imposition hill, cnmliiR mi appropriation of $700,000
Don't Like A Hindi Bill
Ni:V YOIIK, N..Y, l'eb. C Tho Now York Mficlmiitx' Association
has passed resolutions opposing tho Aldrlch curiency hill, characterizing
It as u ilangeioiiH makeshift.
WnshlnRton, D. C.Jan. 27. ArcordltiK In tlmse "close up," It Is cer
tain that tho .Aldrlch llnanilal bill will bo leportcd not Mnuttuj', and
that it will go tliiiniRli the Iliuiso without, delay.
The hill would be icpmtcil by tho cumnllttec snoner but for Secre
tary Coitcljoti's do l.i) In maUtiK his icport tn the Semite, and tho de
sire of tho President to ro ocr tho reiort cniefulty himself bofino nltow
iiir It to go to tho Capitol. Ot uiuibe, the Scnnto could limn gone nhcail
with the Aldrlch hill anjway, hut haMiiR asked Coileljou to make the
icport, It was not appai cut how legislation lould be decently enacted with
nut walling for It.
I'nwler, chairman of tho lluuso Committee mi Hanking nnd Cur
icnrj, made nn elaborate speech today nil Ills own currency bill, but It
is said Hint ho Is ictunilled to sco Ills hill sidetracked tn make way fur
the Aldiich act.. In fact, the story
icposcd, but by pionilslng the Spea
bill he was permitted to hold tho c l.alrnmnshtp. The Aldiich hill is do
scilbed us merely u logical cxtcnslo u of tho present sjstem, hut tho Re
publicans feel that thc arc compel led to do Bometlilug, und that even
an unsatisfactory bill will be hulled as belter than nothing.
Washington, D C , .Inn 27. T he complete toxt of tho Aldrlch fin
ancial hill, which will be siihinltte o In tho full committee after u meet
ing has been held to go nier tho d situ from tho Treasury Department,
will Contain Hip amendments that have been tentatively agreed tn nt tho
Mirlous meetings nf the Committco on I'lnunco.
It will bo made mandatory upon the Secretary of tho Treasury tn
mako and keep on hand a supply of notes vhlcli can bo quickly Issued
upon call. The Secielary nf tho Treasury will be lequlrod tn proceed
imiucdl.itely upon tho law taking cirict In gather data concerning the
nev dabs of f-cttultlcs pinvlded by the mc.iiire. Tho bunds nf oicry city
In Iho country will bo Inspected and' their worth stated In Treasury re
potts, ns will bo done with any i-ocurltles that are ut any time liable to
como within the workings or uny cm ergencj ctiirency law. It has been
settled that the distribution of the cuiicuey will be by States, Instead ot
clistiicls, as foimerly proposed.
FIGHT BUT NOT OVER TAFT
ST. AlHlt'STINH, Pin., I'd), fi The Hopulillraii Stnlo Convention
has split ami thcie have been a uuuiber nf lights, ilolli factions, how
cicr, lime endorsed Tuft.
IION(iKON(i, China, l'eb (1 -A Japanese steamer, landing nrms nt
Macao, has been bolzert. The arms were for use in u icvolt ugulnst Por
MILITARY APPROPRIATION CUT MILLIONS
WASIIINC.TON. I). C, I'eli (i. The Hoiibe Committco on Military
Affnlru has cut Iho army iipprnpilatlnu bill $!), 000,(100.
WILL CUT RATES NO MORE
LONDON. Iliiglund, I'eli.
iigreed In slop cutting latcs.
If tEIIHKKlf V M II it "t X K X 31
a WATERFRONT NOTES
K ll !l 5S S K K M n L t X K M
Tho American Hawaiian fielghter
hailed fni Hilo and other Island ports
twin) nt noon, wheio she will com
plete her cargo nf sugar. Tho Nubian
lean carried mall for thu whole Island
ot Hawaii. She will connect with Ihe
tl.ilu at Hilo, ami at Iho end nf the
lino, the mall wfll be taken by stage
Iho rest nf the wav around,
Two painlliiRs of ships mo on exhi
bition 111 the Union (hi!!. They iep
luheut the Kobe Jlnrti and Iho Kiemh
slllp Hoche, wlilch Balled out of pint
this miuuliiR, -nn nto tho weak nf ono
of the Ballots cm tho I'iciich iu.st.cl.
They who giien by him to the man
ager of the drill.
Tho lellci nt Captain (lialmui, of
the i:i ulilnc- M Phelps, which Is
tainted In another column, 1b leiy In
loicmlliiR nnd piovim beyond u doubt
that the I'hclps was tho winner of the
race down fiom tho Coast,
Iho Intel Island steamer Cl'iudlne
lulls lids cloning at fi o'clock for Kn
liiilul, I.ahiiina, and .Maul (nuts. A
goodly number of passoiigors tiro nl
YOU'RE ALL RIGHT
when you let us huild
your launch, canoe,
Charles D, Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alapai,
First-class Popular Books
Handsomely Bound in Cloth
Now's Your Chancel
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop SI.
Is out that I'nwler was to hnio been
l.er that ho would accept tho Aldrlch
Atlantic steamship lines haic
leady booked foi tho trip, and Iho boat
will carr) tho usual amount of fi eight.
Tho ricnch ship Ilocho sailed this
morning. Captain I.u Maltio's wire,
who nccompanled him In the ship to
this pott, leturucil tn the Coast on
ono nf Iho stean-erH a shnit tlino uro.
When Iho Korea arilvos today, sho
will bring In nbout .IHO tons of Height
fni Honolulu, ami will take mi u lit
tle mer 1G0 tons heio.
NOT WORRYING NOW
Long: lly tho wa), old man, )nu
aro looking u hundred per cent, bet
ter than (in did this tlmo last jear.
Aro )ou feeling good?
Short- You bet I am, A )car ago
I was twiirylug about my debts.
Long: All paid now, eh?
Short: Nn; but they halo Increased
until theie Is no use In trjlng to pay,
to I'vo cut nut tho worry.
"llt'H ii poor soldier )cz arc," ban
"Pliny should je. Bay thot?" 10
plled Donny In Injured tones. "Dur
ing tli" great battle wasn't 01 tvlioro
th' shellB wor thickest?"
"Ycz wor thot! 01 hurr-rud th'
tnipornl say yez gnt bo scaled vt
tvlnt liitn a barn an' Muck yez head
Into an egg crato, bedad!"
Tho i Idlest, tho most populous nnd
Iho most prOBpoious pait ot India Is
lo bo found In Iho liasliib of tho Induu,
Iho Oangca and Iho Lower Ilraluna-putra.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, January 27.
BAN PUANCISCO Sailed Jnn, 23.
Am, pclir. Houolpu, for Honolpu and
SAN PUANCISCO Sailed .Ian. 20:
Am. hk CieorRO Curtis, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. Androw Welch, for HIlo.
YOKOHAMA, Arrived Jan. 2B:
P. M. S. S. Muncliiiiln, henco Jan. 11.
ASTORIA Arrltccl Jnn. 25:
Dr. S. S, Huron Cawdor, henco Jan.
KAHUI.UI Arrlted, Jnn. 25:
Am. sp. G, M. Phelps, from San
SBATTI.K Arrived Jnn, 28:
Dr. S. S, Mimosa, henco Jnn II,
8YDNnY Allied Jan. 28:
Dr. S S. Moana, henco Jnn. 13.
Wednesday, Jalnuary 29.
SAN PUANCISCO Arrlled Jnn. 29:
II 1'. Whllnoy, from linhiilut.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 29:
P. M. S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
Thursday, January 30.
SAN PUANCISCO Sailed Jan. 30:
P. M. 3. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
HII.O Arrlted Jan. 2fl:
Am Schr. Compcor, from Hureka.
Friday, January 31.
SAN PUANCISCO Arrlted, Jan. 31.
Jnp. B. S. Hongkong Mum, henco
SAN PUANCISCO Sailed, Jan. .10:
Am. schr. II. C, Wilght, for Malm
Friday, January 31.
SKATTKI.i: Arrlted Jan. 31:
A.-H. S. S. N'otudnti, from San
POUT OAMllU: Sailed Jan. 31:
Am. bk. Albert, for Hilo.
Saturday, February 1.
VANCOUYP.U Sailed, Jan. 31:
Ilr. S. S. Mlowcra, for Honolulu.
11 II.O Sailed Jnn 31:
A.-H. S. S. Arlzcmnii, for Snllua
Monday, February 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrited Poll. 1:
Jap. S. S. Nippon Main, henco Jnn
OKAYS HAUIIOU Sailed l'eb 1:
Am. schr. C. A. Tha)er, for Ileum
Am. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN PUANCISCO Arrlted l'eb. 2
V. S. A. T. Ciookj Iionco-Jan. 25.
HILO Arrived, Jnn. 31,': ,1,
Am. 8. S. nnterpilse, from San
HILO Sailed Jan. 30:
Am. bk. Atlnlo Johnson,, for 'San'
Tuesday,' February 4.'!
SAN PUANCISCO Arrived Feb. 4:
O. S. 3, Alameda, henco Jnn.'SS:
YOKOIKMA Sailed. Fob. (;
Jap. S. S. America Mam, fdr Hono
lulu. POUT TOWNSKND Arrived Teh. 4
Am. sp! Jahcz Hones, fiom Knhulul.
Wednesday, February 5.
SAN PUANCISCO Arrlted. l'eb. 5;
Am. S, S Hlloiilmi, hence Jim, 2S.
rJAN PUANCISCO Sailed, Pel). 3:
Jas. Uolpli, for HIlo.
POUT HAUrOUD Sailed, Feb. 5:
Am. S. S. Lansing, for Honolulu.
HAN PUANCISCO Sailed Feb. 5:
U. S. A. T. Uiirord, for Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SAUNA CIIUZ Arrlted Feb. 2:
Am. S. S. Columbian, from HIlo,
KAHULUI Arrlled Feb G:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, fioiii Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SAUNA CWVA Sailed l'eb, 5:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for San Dlegn.
Friday, February 7.
SAN PUANCISCO All lied Feb. 7:
Am. hk. It. 1. Illlhct, henco Jan. IU.
SHATTI.i: Sailed Feb. 7.
A.-H. S. S. Netadau, for Honolulu.
NOTICE TO MARINEflS.
SOUTHHUN PART OF SAN FRAN
CISCO HAY, CAL.
Notice Is heieby given that the
liildgo of Iho Central California Hall
way, authorized by act ot Congiess.
In cuoss New ni k Slough, lower pait
nf San FinnUsco Uny, California, Is
about to bo Mailed tho woik In bu
glu In Ihu center of thu channel.
While under cousliucllon n fixed
whlto laiitcin light will bn shown ev
ery night f I oin tho outer end ot each
tiesllo, and dining foRgy weather n
bell will bo sounded.
When completed n draw, 50 f;et
clear on each sldo, with cloar head
mom under tho spans nf l'j feet
measured fiom oxttemo high tldo
lotcl, will ho permanently lighted, In
accordance with tho regulations for
lighting nf luidgcs utcr uuilgtiblo rlv
lly older nf tho Llght-houso Hoard.
It. F. LOPKZ,
Command, II. S. N., Inspector 12th
C) ulcus 1 hnvo been engaged In
ut least a dozen glrlB. Slllcus Ai
wa) a been unlucky In lovo, chT Cynl
cub Oh, 1 don't know. 1'to novor
married any of them. Philadelphia
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S, KING ST. PHONE 525.
M-ni. It n rt.fii-
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Flist quaitcr nf tho moon Feb. 8.
Ilawullnti Blniidard tlmo Is 10 hours
80 minutes slcwcr than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 167
legrees 30 minutes. Tho time wlilstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is the samo
ns Urconwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon aro tor local tlmo for the
K ARRIVED M
Thmsdav, February 0,
Slmr. Nllhau, Oncss, from .Mnkawell,
1 1 . 59 a. 111.
Slmr. .1. A Cuinmln", Searle, from
S K R X K a M U 31 Si M )f K H M
A DEPARTED .
:? a x u n n ;t w a v. k ) x
Thursday, Fcbruarj fi.
Slmr. Mlknhala, for Kauai, 5 p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scaile, for
S. S. Aornngl, for Vlctoiia and Van
comer, C ji. in.
Fi May, Fcbruarj 7i
A.-H. S. S. Nchrasl.au, Knight, for
HIlo, 12 in.
K H 5C 34 ;( V M "? 5f 3T it 3C 36 & 5 )
?f DUE- TODAY
i m s r k x n n u jr. a r h n u x
P. M. S. S. Koiea, fiiim the Oilent.
Ii V v r v v v v i? v ii v v v if if v
K SAILING TODAY '
A it X 5 ii X. .7 51 H ii K K K M
Fr. sp. Iloche, I.e Mnltie, for Port
laud. Slmr. Claudluc, for Maul and HIlo,
5 (i. in.
Stmr. I.lkelike, may sail to wind
ward Hawaii ports.
P. M. S. S. Korea, for San Finn
clscn, probably at 5 p. in.
Stmr. J. Ai Cummins, Searle, fur
!t M3iJj;0!:lM.MMW.K; js K K "X
X ' DUF. TOMORROW it
31 K 5C K W K H K K -t. ii ti R K 35 M
C.-A. S. S. Mlowern, from Vancuiiv
o,r and Victoria.
Afi H XX, X K X JS K Z,X U 3 Ot)
X ' SAILING TOMORROW X
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jm bk.v(,oiaid C Tub.-, Sf.u'1, for
HIlo, In lullast.
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PA6BENQERS ARHIYED "
SilRHBlfRXU .5i Jj V K it
Per slmr. Nllhau, fiom Mnkawell,
Feb. c- Heput) U S Maiahhl UriiiiK,
and 2 Km cans on deck.
K S 3C 3( M it K it ii X J M S 31 K 3t
H X K ii it X K K it Ii A A A it 3 It
Per P. M. S. 8 Mongolia, for tho
Orient, Feb. fi. Mr. nnd MrB. Joseph
S. FmerBon, Master Oilier II. I'mer
son. Miss Claire Kclle), II. Honlg, wUo
and child, F G. 1. Walker. Miss A. I.
Morrison, L. llclnrlch nnd wife, J. II.
Paiker and wlfo. Thomas Saunders
and wife, ami r1 Asiatics.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Febniary fi, fur
Kuii.il. A. S. Wilcux and wire. Unt
old Rico and wife, 11. Von Danini, Mr.
Huckholtz, Miss Fmlly Ulce, T. A.
Ilurnliighnm, W. II. Itlcu, 1I. P. Fa)o
and wire, Dr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Wag
goner, D. Sheldon nnd wire, Jcibeph
Maiubrlga, Miss Minnie Kiuogor.
Per C.-A. S. S.Aorangl, for Van
ceiuter and Victoria, Februaiy C Mr.
and .Mrs. P. D' McMillan and Infant,
Mr. and Mm, K Flohr nnd Ilvo chil
dren, William (Urdu noil, Mis, M Wll
llauis, J. C. HviuiB, T. S. Fastou
5t & K M X 5C R K X "i it 5 it 33 38 W
a PASSENGERS BOOKED M
31 K X K it K J K 3C 3 X 38 A 3C It 3
Por stmr. Clnudluu, tor Maul and
Illln, Fell 7.- M. V O'llilen. Arucs
.Johnson, Mrs. M. P. O'llrlen ami son,
Mrs. J. F. Miirlln, Mrs. J. W. Master,
Mrs. Lydla Mason, Miss Gelstndorfer,
Miss Wnnd, JIIsb (Itnco Wood, Mis. T.
Ilayselden, dipt Otwell, Ottu Illdilell,
II. Itlckaid, Father Juseph, Mis, S.
Nntt and child, Miss Kulelploplo, Mis.
D. Mnknlo and child, S M Kanakaiiul.
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a ?.' a a a :: -s- a -x- i -
TenipeintuieB fi it. in, fil); s a. m ,
70; 10 ii. in., 72; noon, 70, morning
Ilaromeler, 8 n. m 30.0fi; nbsoluto
humidity, S u. m., 5.7K! grains per
cubic font; lulallto htinildlty, b n. in.,
72 per cent; dow (mint, 8 a. in,, 02.
Wind ii n. m , teloclty 12, illitcllmi
N. i:., 8 n. in., teloclty 8, illierllnn
N. I..; 10 u. m.. teloclty 10, dliccltou
L.; noon, velocity 18, dliectlou N. K.
Ualufiill dm lug 21 houi'H ended S a.
in., .1.1 Inch.
Totnl wind moiomont during 21
houiB ended at noon, 210 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. U. S. Weather Bureau,
It Is not to tho auto hlz
Tho horse his tumbles owes,
Ilecause, jou gee, his driver Is
Tho Bourco of all his "tvhnas."
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