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V 2 EVENING I1UI.LETIN, HUNOHIUW, T If , THURSDAY, rED. 26, 1D08. .
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H UirCVlV Oil CftillAD m n Panama hats cleaned at the Olobo If you wait too long befoic doing is the result of years of ex- ,
rt TIclIVLI USLCnUftn -, a P one 452 for ft haclc Bct),ei it, though, even good ghsscs cannot periment ond improvement.
t!lfli Art St. Hack Co. restore your slgn.
Sfi H Byhj)t" illa iScW" Wilder sailed In the Ala
SJl A l(ikVt!5 meda jestcrday for the Stntes. fi l CAMI"!!
K 7. . S " Henhy May & Co. will boeloscd all OPTICIAN
m Oceanic- F.rst Degree. S day Saturday (Washington's lllrth- BOSTON BLDG. .. . FORT ST.
Mi WliONESUAY l1ny)i .
I Hono' ,u Chspw- Regular, JJQ j$
r jtt av h
B ' B s . 4 " cl0- process: l I
I v. j i Voiding tarts
L ' lulll K r i rubc-s of die I t
B '.ate cordially invited to I M
f mlMiO outings of local lodges I fi
BARMOXY LCUGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. .
Mcott Mo v Monday evening at
?. id I ' u V- Hall. Fort Stroat.
: 1' 11KMJKY, Secretary.
, ,: r V1CKERS. N. U.
:, ' '$' i'.s brothers Tory cordially
J.Y3T1C LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Aire's ee v iuesday evening a'
, ; ii o..l k Hi K. of T Hall. cor.
foit hi. J I toimla Visiting broth
ers cordi.wh luvlted to attend.
V. 1. LYI.F l'i',
K. WALDKOS, K 118.
OAKU LODGE. No. 1, X. of P.
Meets eeiv rrMii) evening at
7...0 hi iv of P. Hall, corner Kort
and lleretonla. U-d'lng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A (5 Dl.i:UlNQ. CC,
JS. . WHITE, K.6.
aONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu I-oeUe No 616. U. P. O
., will meet in their bull on King
rear Koit stieet every Frlduy ovea-i
by orctor ot tho k! K.
HAH11Y A. ILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, B. II.
Wm. H'KINLEY LODGE No.B, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
J: 30 oe licit In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort ami Deietunia. Visiting broth
jrs cordially Invited to attend.
L I iiV.".".. CO,
K A J tOUSON, K U.S.
FONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
' ITeotn on the 2ud and 4th WED
ICTBO VY evenings of ucb month at
7 30 o clock in K ot p Hall, cornor
beret iuU an'! Pu:t treeta.
Vliltlni Eagles aro invited to at
tend. W L FHVZEE, V., Prost.
H T MOORE. Secy.
KAWAHAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets evpiv first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights "t
Pvthlan Hall. ViJlttng brothers cor
dlally invited to attend.
J. W ASfH. Sachom.
A E. MUIU'HY, C. ot n.
8'vell rooms en suite with or with
out batua; with every modern con
venience. Rates may he had from
. Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE and PUNAH0U ST.
t .cjn ouo.
t-MrKsmu iTaapr nsaai u.g;
f A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
HAKES GOOD SIGNS.
wi -vcanuix.- jtrr irr-, rr -jmu'viiiu.
Send in your orders at once to
Tho Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto,
Tho Finest Woikmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakca and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajiunas, S.hirt Waists,. Taney
K- R ulciroc!i3, .
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
If! effsdblass or Go. ,
" l.in and Bsthcl Sts.
"Somo people like to use
tccond-hand soan; others do
not." Max O'Rell.
It can be avoided by
la West's Liquid Soap Dis
penser your skin cannot be
contaminated if you will adopt
Hotel and Port Sis.
RUN DOWN I
2 It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
gT sm- -t-jit 'n:'i ku jc
received a shipment of
Oregon Raspbarries and
I Oregon is noted for its fine Rasp
I berries' and Blackberries.
TRY A CAN FROM
J. M. LEVY & CO.
are sure promoters of dis-
. case. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
cither may be brought on
. by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
V1CKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 567.
Tho Weekly Eiltlen of the Evenlnf
Bulletin gives a eomplate summary it
the newt of the day.
Panama hats cleaned, at tho Globe
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Miss Helen Wilder sailed In the Ala
modn jestcrday for tliu Stntes.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 200,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189,
llenty May & Co. will ho dosed nil
day Saturday (Washington's Hlrth
day). The Hoffman Saloon servos Hod
Ilotn fivo with a drink every after
Tlio Fashion Saloon Is now serving
mi excellent dinner between 4 and C
V. Knudsen of the Oarden Irlntid
mmi over yestcrdny In the steamer
II A Jncfier was an arrival from
Kri'inl In tho Mlkalinln, which inme In
l'or n few wcoks Mrs. Kenrns'
clintiu-) will be 25 cents per Jar at
alt the stores.
.Indue Weaver referred J II Caslle'i1
pptltinn for rcKlstered land title to J
I ightfoto, examiner.
A. . Hppii, who lias been vliltlnn
In ivnunl for many weeks, elurnci'
etiri1ny on the steamer Mlltahnla
.1 H. Coney, once Sheriff of Knnal
wit n pajiciiRor when the Mllsahnla
i ami In and docked at her usual stain!
Mr. and Mrs II A Rtic and Mr
A. II. HUr were among the AHUahaln
iaenc;ors who arrived from Kauai
Miss Power will return soon from
tho East with a beautiful lino of
carefully selected millinery. The ery
Cont our Iron rnoh with "Arabic '
Vou vlll ba surprised at Its cooling
and presenatUo properties. Calllorntn
Feed Co . iu?ents.
11 Knhllmum and William Stodart
who airhed In the MIKnbala fiom
Kauai .itrdn5, n ported rorythliiK
on the Maud prosperous
Tho Whlto Tamil notary (lock am1
oh alu stitch) Is tho best sowIiik ma
srfilnn In thu world. Ueuiiy & Co, I-td
ustntii, 12CII, Tort strvet. Phono -ISS.
Mr. V J Illckcrton lins Just pur
(hated, throimh the on Hamm-Youni.
Co., n fine fotiri Under Steiens-Dur
yea tourllii; nir, and Is nun li pleased
Tho Union snt eimine Is the mot
durable and ellblcnt A lnre kIiIi
mi nt of WasliltiKton pumps of all size
Is on the wnj. The on Hamm-Youni?
Ib 111 Mntsuda and Y Wakamoto
"eparntely Indhted for embezzlement
plcadcil not guilty before Judgo I.lnd
nay yesterday. Uoth had Wm. T. ltnw
litis for (ounsel.
MIS' 1. Mundon. MWh M. J. Klcc
Miss V.. II. Klce and Miss Kauai wen
hreclid by their friends when the
landed yesterday, nrrlvlng In the Ml
I ahnla from Kaunl.
Photographers will be pleaded t'
learn that the Honolulu Photo Supply
Co now handle the Seed, Hammer
and Cramer plates. Full Hue of al.
nandnrd photo supplies.
Those wlshlnp; to Fend selected fruit
to fi lends on the Coast, no advlser
that the Island Fruit Company wit'"
mnUe Its next shipment per S. S
Hllonlan, sailing on the 2Sth Inst.
Miss Center's opening ot selected
stuck of millinery Imported direct
from Now York will bo on display
Tuesday and Wednesday of next weolt
at her lesldence, S24 Orocn street
John Ncvln, a British subject fron
Movllle, Inland, yesterday filed n petl
lion for naturalization in the I'edera
court. Morris Iloscnbledt and Jo3cph
Fleming McKechnle aro his sponsors
Frederick Waldvogel of Sprlngllcld
Missouri, has brought an assumpsit
-nit againit C. Q You Hop, Pani
Luang and Chun Young for J1C50 atu
interest on a piomlssory note innJi
1 cbriury 20, 1001. Interest at 10 pel
cent Is claimed since February 20
11107, tnvc $32.50 paid on account.
Prof Vladimir Slatlowsky, leUurer
on Politic nl Economy ut the Unler3
Ity of St. Pclersbury, rnd u personal
inend of M. Witte, has been In the
dty for a fuw days. He Is Isltlnj.
ai luiis cnuntrlcb in the interests ol
n( in e, going, on 'to FIJI and Samoa
n om here His writings on his own
jimIIh Milpjoit are well Known to nil
uclentllle men Ho will Walt tho Vui
ano before lealng Hawaii.
Judge Lindsay conllrmed the return
ml tc court of sale of M T Slmonton
lommlssioner In tho foreclosure suli
of Ilatbilieba M. Allen ct al , trunk e
of the CKtate of S C Allen, agaliut
lawall laud Co., Ltd, ilefeudaut,nni)
.1. W. Leonhart. IntciNcnor. Tojtnl
principal and Interest duo w
$J018 1t.. and tho net jiroceods of sah
were 51300 23, leaving a total dellclen
cy, exclusive of commissioner's fee, ot
A lieifLflt concert will be given nt
the Salvation Army Tuesday cvf,ini
it 8 o'(doc 1; for the local UEpensei of
the Corps. Tho musical piogrnm will
indude a number ot well known Ho
i olulu people There will be prcent
cd by request the "Salvation Anrj
Hoitemai'l," nlfo the amusing piece
"file Conveited Poachers" Tlekets
uie beliu, -old and can be hud at any
time fiom nny of the Ami officers or
soldiers for 2 cents Hall, cornel
King and Ntiuanii strrets
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
;"'"'"" cm ((( iciiki ikiu cu ,i wuii, iim tho Philippines O. S. S. Alameda, hence Jan. 29:
i ignnoio, examiner. -
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
28 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
WASHINGTON. Ii ' . Feb. 111. The returned budget of tho Houso
Committee mi Mlllt.irv VO.ilis ecilH.tbe Fortlfic-utloiiH 1)111 to $50,000,0(10.,
ijiecifjlng that $10 0u not) of thlt sum shtill'be used In fortifying Ha
waii, and tho Philippines
NF.W YORK. N. Y, Feb. 19. Wliltelnw Held, United States Am
bnssndcir'to Groat Hindu, niado the principal speech nt n banquet this
evening. Ho declared t'mi vv.u with Japan Is tin Improbability niul tint
Ureal llrltaln's treaty vvi'h Japan m rely binds her to sustain her Ally In
case tho hitter's terrlioil.il lights In the Fr Unit nio attacked.
..g . Pi . O"
AFTER NATAL ACT
OTTAWA, Canada. Feb 19. -The Minister of Justice has recommen
ded that the Nutnl Act passed by tho Ilrltlsh Columbian legislature be
disallowed as ultra vlies. Tho Cabinet will consider tho matter tomor-mw.
ANOTHER WILFLEY ATTACK
WASHINGTON. 1) C . IVb 19 Loriln Andrews' petition for
impeachment ot Judge Wild) of Silanghal has been Introduced In
House by Congiessman Evans.
' i -
. CALLAO EXPECTING FLEET
CALLAO. Pent, Feb
to nrilvo hero tomorrow
Lydia E. Pinkham's
ELLEN M. OLSON
responsibility for a daughter's
largely rests with tho mother,
right fnlluenco nnd tho infor-
relation which is of vital Interest to
tho daughter Imparted nt the proper
tlmo lias not only saved tho life but
Insured tho Micccis of many a beau
When a plrl's thoughts bocomo
sluggish, with headache, dizziness or
a disposition to sleep, pnlns In back
or lower limbs, eves dim, desire for
solitude i when she Is a mystery to
herself nnd friends, her mother
should corao to her aid, nnd remem
ber that Lydla 12. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, mndo from native
roots and herbs, will at this tlmo
prepare tho system for tho coining
change, unci start this trying period
In a young girl's life without pain
or Irregularities. It has been thus
depended upon for two generations.
Hundreds of letters from young
plrls nnd their mothers, expressing
gratltudo for What Lydla K. Pink
liam'H Vegetable Compound has dono
for them, aro constantly being re
ceived. Miss Ellen M. Olson, ot 417 N. Ea3t
St., Kewanco, 111. writes:
Dear Mrs. 1'lnl.h-im:
"IliavoluiilthoK-stdoctorsIn our town
for my slrLiuvt and tltey nil thought that
an operation w as necessary. I hod headache,
No other remedy 1ms such n record of nctunl cures of fomnlo
ills. . Thousands of womoii residing in ovory part of tho United
States boar willing testimony to tho wondorful virtuo of Lydia
E. Pinkham's VoKotablo Compound nnd what it has dono for them.
Ljala E. Plokham's Vegetable Compound; a Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills.
POllGf 1 iiil
The police are again after the jmo
mobllUts. 'I nl , time It Is a bald of
sixteen nuto owners who aro tho ;rtt
of the depai'iiint Some of them are
prominent ii. business circles whllo
others nro lilith territorial otr.ci. All
tho sixteen huvo secured their inn.
chines compiratlvely icc,ontly, and
whllo they havo applied for chauf
feur's licenses, they hnvo not us yet
received thim, and nre therefore vio
lating the law when they drive their
nutos It may bo stated, as aw exten
uating circumstance, that sevnal.nf
them have tiloi to get their license?,
but havo been unable to do so be mi i so
the auto Inspector tins no regular huel
ncss hours, and is therefore at Uraei
very hard to llnd.
Each of tho sixteen has rccclvod a
Utter In the following terms: " '
is the result of years of ex
periment and improvement.
Best fitted for all the require
ments of actual use.
The Tri-color Ribbon and
removable Platen are samples
of the "features that make it
the superior of all others.
Hawaiian News to..
Alex. Young Bid,-. , I'.in j j'..
American battleship llect Is expected
hnlf - hollday festivities are preparing.
I sldonclie, ami
sldeaclie, and my feet wore so soro I could
I 1 tooK two uomes 01 i.yain .
Vegetable Compound whon my
period wcro established and now I am
iwrfrrtlv will. Mama suvs tho vvnnt bo
without your modlcine in tbo house. 1 havo
told ono girl what Lydia E. I'inkham-s
Vegetnblo Compound has dono for mo
and sua is ticking It now."
Miss Clara E. Darmstadtcr, of 4S3
llrcckenridge St.. lluffalo.N.Y., writes:
Doar Mrs. Pinkham;
'Tor about a j ear, oxcept during tho post
few mouths, I sufTered with xivoro pmn
every month, with backiches and hendachos.
I had tho blues so bad tbat 1 was In dcapulr.
It U a pleaiuro to tell you that Lydla E.
I'lukhnniM Vcgotablo Couipound has cured
mo. Tho change In my opiarauco is wou
clcrful and I doilre that thin good may come
to ov cry suiTercr Any ono dwlring to know
further dc-talU may wrlto to mo and I shall
bo glad to give them."
If you know- of any young girl who
Is slclc and needs motherly advice,
aslc her to address Mrs. Pinkham, nt
Lynn, Mass., and tell her every detail
of her symptoms, and to keep nothing
back bho will recolvo advico abso
lutely free, from a source that has no
rival In tho oxporlcnco of woman's
His, and It will, If followed, nut her
on tho right rond to a strong, healthy
and happy womanhood.,
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound made from natlvu roots
and herbs cures whero others fall.
Honolulu, T. II., Teh. 20, 19M.
No ni lion has yet been tnken on your
nppllinttnn for n chauffeur's llccmo,
permitting you to operate an automo
bile In this county, and you nre hereby
uotllled that if you do not obtain a
icrtlfknto on or before Wednesday
evening, February 2Cth, you will ba
subject to tho penalty provided In
Order No G, passed by tho Hoard of
Mr Hairy Wilder, Examiner ol
Chauffeurs, -will be nt tho Pollco Sta
tion from and after 10 o'clock a n ,
February 2(lth next, and will n t on
Very truly jours,
I C P. IAUKEA,
Sherllf, County of Oahti.
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 7 Edmond
Lnmy of Sat nunc Lako, N. Y won
the International Indoor Ice skating
championship by taking tinea out of
tho flvo ovonls run nt tho Duquesne
Gnidens hoio for tho world's cham
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, February 1.
VANCOUVEU Sailed, Jan, 31:
Ur B. 8. Mlawera, for Honolulu.
1IILO SaI16d Jan 31:
A.-II. S. S. Arlzonan, for Sallnn
Monday, February 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 1:
Jap. S. S. Nippon Maru, hence, Jan
.irtAYS, HAItnOR Sailed Feb. 1:
Am. schr. C. A. Thnyer, for Hono
lulu. Am.'schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 2.
U. S, A. T. Crook, henca Jnn. 25. ,
HILO Anlved, Jnn. 31:
Am. S. 8. Enterpilse, from Salt
HILO Sailed Jan. 30:
Am. bk. Annlu Johnson, for Sun
Tuesday, February 4.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Feb. 4:
O. S. S. Alameda, hence Jan. 29:
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Feb. 4:
Jap. S. S. America Maru, for Hono
lulu. PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Feb. 4:
Am. sp Jabez Howes, from Knhulul.
Wednesday, February 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Fob. 5:
Am S. S Hllqnlnn, heucc Jan, 2S.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 3:
Jas Rolph, for Hllo.
PORT HARFORD Sailed, Fob. 5:
Am. S. S. Ionising, fOr Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 6:
U. S. A. T. Ihiford. for Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SALINA CRUZ -Arrived Feb. 2:
Am. S. S. Columbian, from Hllo,
KAHULUI Arrived Fob. :
A.-H. S. S. Mexlcin, from Honolulu.
Thursday, February 0.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Fob. C:
A.-II. S. 9. Tt'xan. for San Diego.
Friday, February 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 7:
Am. bk. It. P. Hlthct, henco Jan. IS
SEATTLE Sailed Fob. 7.
A.-H. S S. Nevadnn, for Honolulu.
Saturday, February 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Snllo.1 Feb 7:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 8.
O. S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu,
HILO Sailed Feb. 3:
Am. bk. Mohican, for San Francisco.
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Fob. 10.
S. S. Asia, henco Jan. 28.
HILO Sailed Feb. 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Eureka.
Tuesday, February 11.
SAN DIEGO Arrived, Feb. 10:
A.-H. S. S Texan, from Sallna Cruz
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Fob. 11:
Jap. S. S. Hongkong Maru, for Ho
KAHULUI Sailed Fob. 10:
A. II. S. S. Mexican, for Kaanapall,
HONOIPU Arrived, Feb. 11:
Am. schr. Honolpu, from San Fran
elsco, Jnn. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
PORT OAMULI3 Arrived Feb 11:
Am. bktnc. Kllkltat, hence Jan. 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 12:
Am. S. S. Hllonlan, for Honolulu
Thursday, February 13,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 12:
Am. bk. Amy Turner, henco Jan. 25
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 13:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, henco Feb. 5.
HILO Arrived Fob. 8:
A.-H. 8 S Nebrnskan, henco Feb. 7
HILO Arrived Feb. 11:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from San
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 13
P M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu (I
EUREKA Sailed Feb. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Ho
nolulu. Friday, February 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 14:
P. M. 8. 8. Korea, henco Feb. 8.
SAN DIEGO Sailed Feb. 14:
A.-II. S. S. Texnn, for San Fran
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, February 15.
EUREKA Arrived Feb. 14:
Am. schr. Eva, henco Jan, 22.
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Fob. 13:
Dr. S, S. Elvauton, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Feb 12:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for San Fran
cisco. IIILO Sailed, Fob. 13:
A -H h! S Mexican, for Sallnn Cruz.
KIHEI Arrived, Feb. 13:
Am. S. S. Lansing, honco Feb. 13.
HONOIPU Sailed Fob. 14:
Am schr. Honolpu, for Sau Fran
cisco, via Hnna.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVER An Iv ed Feb. 14:
Ilr. S. S. Aorungl, henco Feb. G.
HANA Arrived Feb. 15:
Am. schr. Honolpu, fiom Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Ai rived, Fob. 17:
P. M. S. S Mongolia, henco Feb. C
YOKOHAMA Sailed Full. 14:
IV S S Malta, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 15:
A.-H. S. S. Nebrnskan for San
K1IIEI Sailed Fob. 10:
Am. S. S. Lnnsltig for Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Fob. 17:
A Wet Sheet
And a flowing sea and a wind that
follows fast. Such is yachting. Let
us build that yacht for you.
Charles D. Walker?
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Ahp&i.
A.'H. S. S. Arlzonan, jrom min
SALINA CRUZ-Sallod Feb 18:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, ror aan uicgo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am bk Annie jotinson, irom imu
OAVIOTA Anlved Feb. 18:
Am at). Falls of Clyde, nenco i-cii. o,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Fob. '19.
P. M. S. S. China, for iionoiiiiu.
Wednesday, February 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived .Feb. 19:
Jap. S. S America Maru, hence
Am. bk. Mohican, from Hllo Feb 2.
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Mill moon Feb. 10th, nt 10:35 p.m.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian ot 167
iegrces 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at '1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon aro for local time for tho
X M K X M t 3v X M M tj X 5f K JC s
DUE SATURDAY M
Jl 3t M K M K M i' K K 55 rf JC X X X
P M. 8, S. Slbetlu, from tho Orient,
In tho morning.
i PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Mlknhnln, Gregory, for
Eleelo, Feb, 20, 5 p, m Mr. Morrison,
W Stoddart. I), II. Murdock, A Iloli-
Inson, II P Fujc, John Ncven, John
Medina, Frank Medina, C E. Calvert.
- o m 1
H WATBRFHONT NOTES
WHEN THE ALAMEDA went away
the other day she carried two more of
the sailors who were nmong the crew
of the foundered Eellpac. They had
waited their tlmo here and got n dis
charge from the hospital so Uncle Sam
paid their fare. One of the other sail
ors becamo anxious to get back to tho
States so ho went up some time ago
on ono of the larger ttenmer, paying
his own wny. In null enfrcs, If the
tailors follow out certain Instruction,
the United States Government pays
tho faro ot bailors.
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com.
pany's big freighter Nevadan sailed
from tho railway wharf last night nt
about 8 o'clock for Kahulul, whero she
will complete her cargo of sugar. Tho
Despatch arrived tarly In the morning
with 700 tons of Btigar from Makawcll,
nnd sailed again In tho evening. The
Texnn will be the next vessel of this
lino to arrlvo here. She will sail Feb
ruary 21 from San Francisco for Ho
nolulu. THE PACITIC MAIL liner China
has sailed from Yokohama and will
arrive hero on tho 28th of this month.
She will have 000 tons of freight for
this port and will have room for about
100 cabin passengers. The Siberia
will bo hero Saturday morning from
the Orient with 1500 tons of freight
for Honolulu, She will aho havo room
for about 70 cabin passengers,
THE STANDARD OIL company's
crack ship, tho Astral, Is getting rid of
her cargo of navy coal as fast as pos
sible at the Navy wharf. For all 'of
tho fact that she has such a dirty
cargo, she Is the cleanest boat In tho
OWING TO A 1IREAK In the crank
thaft of the miction dredger which has
been working It) the harbor, the dredg
er was towed over to tho railway
wharf, whero she will probably bo tied
up for repairs for the rest of tho week,
THE MAUI SAILED this morning
for other Island ports. Tho Mikahala
will sail for Kauai porta this evening
at 5 o'clock, Tho Claudlno Is due to
leavo for tho big Island tomorrow even
ing nt 5 ii. m.
THE NEVADAN will not return
hero Friday, as was stated In this
morning's paper, but sho wll leave Kn
hulul Saturday night und be hero Sun
THERE IS A 11RIOHT lltllo lad on
board tho George Curtis studying nav
igation. Ho Is only 14 years old, but
has been with the ship for some tlmo.
Edmond Jncquelln, the champion
French cyclist, has been suspended
indefinitely by tho Union Cyclisto In
ternationale of France for holding
up his backer tor $100 per moutii
mure tliati his salary called for.
BULLETIN AD8. PA V
A public meeting Is hereby called
for Wednesday, tho 4th of March, at
3 p. m nt the 100ms ot the Cham
ber of Commerce, to "consider action
In legend to the fleet.
E. A. MOTT-SMITII,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Kxccutlve Building, Honolulu,
Fobruary 20, 1908. 3930-lt
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