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EVENINO IIUI.LETIN, HONOLULU. T H , rnitlAY ITU 21.1008.
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Leahl Chapter No 2 Reejular.
Oceanic First Degree
Honolulu Chapter Rcnular,
5 p in.
All visiting merabors of the
order arc cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 lu 1. O. O. F. Hnll, Fort Street.
K 11. HBNURY, Socrclur)
iicn. r vickhhs, s u
All vIsltlnB brothers ery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock lu K. of 1. Hall. cor.
fort and Herotanlc. Visiting broth
;rs cordially Invited to attend.
V 1. LYLL CC.
r. Vv ALDKON, K It 3.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
730 In K of P Hall, corner Tort
and Uerotanln Visiting brothers
lordlnlly invited to nttend
a a ncnuiNo, c a.
JAS W S H1TE, K K S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, 11. 1. O
E will meet In their hall on King
Dear Kort street ovcry 1'rlday even
ing. Uy order of the 11 It.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, K. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets overy Saturday evening at
T:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
Irs cordially Invited to attend,
Vv L. FRAZI3I3, CC,
E. A. JACOllSON, K.KS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, T. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K of I'. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro lav 1 ted to at
tend. W. L rilA7.EE, W., rrest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M. 11
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to nttend.
J. W ASCII. Sachem.
A E MURPHY, C. of II.
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out bath j with every modern con
veniince. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAH0U ST.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
"rTr-tEoxcz croat xowrraoKsuxnacsTiV
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
King and Bethel Sts.
"Some people like to nsc
second-hand soap; others do
not." Max O'Rell.
It can be avoided by
In West's Liquid Soap Dis
penser your skin cannot be
contaminated if you will adopt
Hotel and Fort Sts.
1 It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
We have a big, fresh lot of
them just in. They are
just as good as ever. Phone
U. M. LEVY & CO.,
Holes in Shoes
are sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary oold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25 m
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1119 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 567.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ne new or tht day, ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Let a Bulletin Want ad lent
you a helping hand In your quest for
llolft In newest shade at Kerr s
Panama lints cleaned nt the Olobo '
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Hats of the Derby port, emlncntl)
proper stj lo. at Kerr s
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Honolulu I odgc No. Illi, 11 P O E
will meet In Elks' Ilnll this es cnlnp ni
Oalm lodge No I, K of P. will
meet 111 K of P Hull this evening ni
The Hoffman Saloon serves lied
Hots free with n drink eery after
The Fashion Saloon Is now scrvltu
mi excellent dinner between i and l
Tho best meals In town are served
at Iho Alexander Young Cafe nt pop
Fur ti few wcoks Mrs. Kcarns
chutney will le 25 cents per Jar at
all the stores.
Tho literal y circle of the Kllnhani
ArM.caguo will not have a meeting oi
I)r. E P. Phillip, the bee export
railed estcrday on tho trnnspoit
Crook for Honolulu.
Pol) nctlan Encninpinent No I, I 0
0 F, will meet In Odd Fellow' Ha,
this evening nt 7.30
Honolulu Scottish Thistle Club wl
meet thin evening nt 7 SO In the Orr
gon block, Union street
Tlllmnn s canned goods a fresh lot
of them Just In nt J M Lev) A. Co
family grocers Phone 71! King St
Miss Power will return soon from
the East with n beautiful lino of
carefully selected milliner), the vcr)
Coat )our Iron roofs with "Arabic'
You will bo surprised nt Its co illns
and preservative properties. Callfornb
I"o d Co , iiKi nts
You nils )our share of fun If )oi
wnlt to net a Vlitor Talking Machine
W'h) not get It now, on oin eas) pa)
mt nt plan? Hergstrom Mush Co ltd
The White Family ltotnry (lock an
chain stitch) Is thu best sowing ma
bine lu tho world lknny Co , Ltd
agents, 12GG, lrt street Phone 1SS
When )our c)o smart ami sting
take the warning the) nio giving oi
and hnve them examined nt am r In
V S.inford. Optician. Ilo t m llullcl
Ine. ' Ul flJIK
the Honolulu (Ins t'n m piping mv
rrnl of the streets .mil ruuls In the
Manoa and College Hills illxtrkt fcr
the accommodation of the icldcnu
there who wish to burn gn
Tho numbers of tho Hawaiian Kn
glneerlng AFscclatlou held their re
ulnr meeting Inn night and llstcne
to tho rc-ullng of a paper b) C .1
Sohocnlng on nutnmubllo mnihliicr)
The new board of trusties of the
Queen's Hospital hao Issued rule
governing the management of that In
stltiitlon Under Iho rcorgnnlutloii
I)r HodRlns, who was denied the prl
lltgcs of (he hospital l the old bonru
has been relntnlcel
J II CuMlo has asked for a regl
tertd title to fort) elRht acres of Innd
lying In upper Manna Valley the ex
amluntloii of the title of which ha
been referred In (he Court of l.nnv
Registration to J 1 iRhtfoot, (he re
cently appointed oxnnilner
The S)inphony Orchestra will hnc
their rehearsal at 7 o'clock tonlRht In
stead of 8 o clock. Special musli will
be rehearsed for tho Cafo Chantant at
tho Seaside Saturday evening, for
which the S)mphon) Society tins ol
untcercd to play several numbers
There will bo a special meeting of
Pac lle Lodge. A F and A M . nt the
Masonic Temple today nt 3 p in., for
tho purpo-io of nttcnellng tho funeral
of the late Fraud Lnndets llnogs Mem
hers of Hawaiian and Oceanic lodge,,
mm all visiting brethren arc rrntei
nnlly Invited to nttend
A Chlncso grocery-wagon horse get
scared by a watering cart at Mollllll
)cstcrclny mornliiR and tho vehicle nnd
driver vyere preeliiltntcd over (in urn
bankment seven or eight feet high
The wagon was turned completely over
and tho shafts broken, but, strangely
neither driver nor hoi so wn injured
A decision of tho Supreme Court
was handed clown )c3terda) In tho np
pealed cato of the Honolulu, Rapid
TranBlt and Land Company from i
decision of the Tax Appeal Court of
Onhu disallowing n deduction of $23,
211 for loss from wear and; tear In iif",
claimed as a proper deduitlon from
gross Income lu 1D0U
Tho Kllefords, headed by Frank
Coole) unci Miss Kingsbury, will leave
for Hllo on TucscHy and will niako
the trip to tho volcano On tho return
to Honolulu the) will stop at Maul
and ascend Hnlenkula, before giving
performances In Wnlluku Whllo In
Hllo they will present their best at
tractions at Sprockets Hall
The divorce proceedings brought In
Juelgo Lindsay's court b) Maraea Akl
Kanoho agnlnst her husband, Joseph
Knnoho, and tho counter suit brought
by the husband ngnlnft tho wife, each
charging the other with adultery, were
dismissed becnuto proved Tho viola
(Ion of (ho mnrrlage vows was proved
In each suit tlieieby proving ono ns
bad ns another
A Most Excellent Assortment or
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST.
isn't always a sign of good eyesight.
The eye-muscles contract to make up
for defective vision. It's only when
they get tired of the strain that you
suffer from headache and cyc-strain.
A. N. SANFORD.
BOSTON BLDQ FORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
-. 1th their new FRENCH dry cleaning
253 Deretanla St. Phon-149t
CALLAO, Peru, Feb 20 Tho
ten d.i)s Admiral Hviiiih Illness Is
TAKAHIRA MEETS ROOSEVELT
WASIIINOTON, I) C, Feb. 20. Ambassador Tuhnhlrn wn formal
I) iccclvcd nt tho White llouso tocljy. Tho speethes of tho Ambassador
nnd President Bliowed a slicing un lertiiiient of deslro to prcscrvo tho
m i a
RED FLAG IN PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA, Pi Feb 20 Ono
u red ling niarthccl lu procession to the
which ncciiticd twent) pcciplo wero hurt
PINOLK, Cal., Feb 20 Four white and twcnt)-four Chinese wero
killed by the explosion of u powder mill here today.
ENGINEERS ON STRIKE
SA.V FRANCISCO Cil Feb 20
,I)lng mi tho Pncllle CcmkI stiuck .it
JAPANESE SEEK LIBERTY
lele.ihe b) hnbe.is
C I -li
K K II It H H K H H V P V. K H K
R WATfiRFRONT NOTES
PURSKIl JA8 I FIUEL reports th"
tollowlng freight brought over on tb
Maunn I.oa 71.10 lms3 A sugar, 880
bags toffee 1(1 luans, !i tnro, 10 ginger
I nwn, IP Ihuiis lir, bunches banana'',
18 barrels oringcs, 8 cases and mm
nrlcs, 3D bend rattle, 3 calves, 10 bogs
nnd 1 gent Purser Frlcl reports tho
lollowlng siifir on the other Islnnds
Hoiiuapo, 589S, Ptiualtlll, 150; llcmo
l,na, 100(1, Paauhaii, 1000; Paaullo.
k"00; Kukalaii 3r.O0. Tho stmr Like
like Is at Kukalau illseliarKlng. The
N'ocau Is nt Kukulhaclo discharging,
and the m homier H,-C. Wright Is nt
thi: clai'imnm: is Din: to sail
tonight nt r o'clciek for Lnhutuu, Kn
liulul, unit llllii ports. Sho will car
i) the usual amount of freight unci
THU DUCK PLANS of tlio now
llngslilp Muiiliik Ken of tho Intel -Isl-nnd
lleet .lie now on exhibition nt
the roiup.ui) s cifllce. Thoy show thu
lio.it to be undoubtcilly tho llnest
craft of her kind Hint has over been
In Honolulu harbor lu fact, tho
olllchls of tho Union lion Winks,
where the boat was built, In Kan
Fianclseo, mv that theio Is not nn
cithci boat In the United States th.it
cciii lis her lu the splciidldnebs of
(ciulpmcnt nnd furnishings Her
sleeping looms nro laigo nnd loom),
nnd theio nio fil of them. Thero Is
.i commodious smoking loom for the
men, with tin ce tables and n settee.
'I lie illnlng-1 noiii extends clear across
thu lio.it ficiiu Hide to side, nnd will
te.it 7fl people Ilesldcs this theio II
an olllccrs' mess loom, Tho toilets
nro vcr) conveniently situated and
are finished lu marble and tile. All
of the liiRldo llttlngs nio of polished
haielwood. Tho engines of the Mnu
in Koa nie 2200 hoiecpovvcr, nnd Bho
(.in make 1G knots an hour ciitdly.
For tho lit Kt month or so tho com
pail) expects to run tho Miiitiiu Kca
on u weekly schedule that Is, Bho
will mnke ono tilp n week. Litor on,
If the volume of buslnusi Justlllen
the change, &1ib will make two trip
a week to tho other Islands. Tlio
Br JOSH BILLINGS says: VH
T "Life short. H
f ain't jolly it H
m -. worth livin'." lB
If UffirA 'f yu wa't fr a nj
I JrW no uy 'l us now I
m smt&& VICTOR I
K11SrjSife' nave ",e Jollity while you are iH
("fflfes-! l?'i paying for it? jBm
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
lcmovablc Platen arc samples
of the' features that make, it
the superior of all othtrs.
Hawaiian News io.
Alex. Young Bldg., 'Hisliop SI.
J, .. IM , .. iassi,
United States licet will remain hero
thousand foreigners earning
Clt) Hall tcicl.i). In u riot
The engineers or steam schooners
detained J.ipanei-e lirio mo Kecking
Minimi Ken will salt ficmi San Fran
cisco tomorrow Sho will come down
in slow time, probably not reaching
heic before eight or nlno dn)s havo
c'apscd. Shu will Immediately take
tho inn of tlio Klnnu When sho ar
ilve. rO IB5PFCT OUARD
The ofllclnl Inspection of tho Nation
nl (liinrd of Hawaii by Major Dunning
of thu United State. regular army will
take plaio next Sunday afternoon at
Aala Park, commencing nt 1 o'clock
The Inspection, It Is said, will bo a
lengthy nnd thorough one, tho new
luw icquirlng that tho National (liiuid
of nil Slates and Tcrrltnrlc, tlioecpilp
incut, drill nnd standard of tho militia
l.nvo to conform to the samo Mantling
ns those of tho regulars
(lovcrnor Freer, who has Issued ln
vitntlons to the members of tho Legl
kitiirc to ntlind, will bo present Heats
on tho band stand will bo reserved for
them, and no others.
it ii ; it it it
;V it it it it it it it it it it it it
This evening the band will play at
the Monna Hotel. Following Is the
"Mareh "The Shrlners" .... Sehullr,
Ovtituro "Festival" Suppn
Internic77o "La Sorella" . . . , Horel
Internu.iO "I.n Sorella" Horel
Selection "Ilelle of llohemln" ....
Vocal Hawaiian Songs .ar by Herger
Sclcctiein "Pirate of Pcnnnte" . .
Wall "Ai list l.lfo" Strauss
March "Hllo" Herger
"The Star Spangled llanner "
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Saturda), February 22, being a lo
cal hnllda), the Pnstofflco will be
open for ono luiiir only from 8 11 111.
until 9 n 111
Ono tlellvory will be mntlo by letter
JOSUPII O. rilATT,
53df- BlLQETiN AD9. PAY &
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, February 1.
V MOUVi:il Sailed, Jan. 31:
Hi S S. Mluwurn, for Honolulu,
llll O Sailed Jan 31:
A II S. S. Arlzunan, for Sallnn
Monday, February 3.
'. 3KOHAMA Arrived Fob. 1:
Jap. 3. S. Nippon Mnni, hctico .Inn
'1IIAY8 HAllllOll Sailed Feb. 1:
Am. schr. C. A. Tha)or, for llono
Am. pchr Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN ntANCISCO Arrlvcil Fob. 2.
U. S. A. T. Crook, henco Jan. 23.
HILO Anlvpil. Jan. 31:
Atn S. S. Knlcrprlso, fium San
HILO Sailed Jan. 30:
Am bk Annlo Johnson, for San
Tuesday, February 4.
SAN I'll ANCISCO Arrived Feb. :
O S. S. Alameda, hence, Jan. 29:
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Feb. :
Jap S S. America Maru, for Hono
lulu. POUT TOWN8KND Arrfvod Fob. A:
Am sp Jnbcz Howes, from Knhulul
Wednesday, February 5.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived, Fob. 5:
Am S S. Hllonlan, henco Jan 28.
AN FIIANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 3:
Jns. llolph, for Hllo.
POIIT IIAIIKOHD Sallod. Feb 3:
Am. S S. LaUBlng, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Snlled Feb. 5:
U S. A. T. Iliiford, for Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SAUNA. CRU7. Arrived Feb. 2:
Am. S. S. Columbian, from Hllo,
KAHULUI Arrived Feb. C:
A.-l). S. S. Mexican, from Honolulu
Thursday, February 6.
SAUNA CIIUZ Sailed Feb. 6:
A -H. S S. Texan, for San Diego.
Friday, February 7.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Feb. 7:
Am bk n P. ltlthct, henco Jan IS
SUATTLn Sailed Feb 7
A.-H. S S Nevadnn, for Honolulu
Saturday, February B.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Feb 7.
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Feb 8.
O. 8. S. Alaiueda, for Honolulu.
HILO Sallod Feb 3
Am bk. Mohican, for Sun Francisco
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb 10
8. 8 Asia, henco Jan 28.
IIIIX) Sailed Feb 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Kureka.
Tuesday, February 11.
SAN IHEOO Arrived, Feb. 10:
A.-H. S S Texan, from Salluiv Cruz
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Fob. 11:
Jnp S S. Hongkong Mnrn, for Ho
KAHULUI Sailed Fob. 10:
A II S S Mexican, for Kannapall
HONOIPU Arrived. Feb 11:
Am, schr Honnlpu, fiom Son Fran
Cisco, Jnn. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
POIIT OAMIILK Arrived Tub 11-
Am bktne. Kllkltat, henco Jan. 21
PAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Feb 12.
Am H S Hllonlan, for Honolulu
Thursday, February 13.
SAN FP.ANCI8CO Arrived Feb 12
Am bk Amy Turner, henco Jnn 25
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb 13
U 8. A. T. Thomns, henco Feb. 5.
HILO Arrived Feb 8:
A -11 S S. Nebraskan, henro Fob. 7
HILO Arrived Feb. 11:
Am bk. Andrew Welch, from San
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb 13.
P. M. S S. Slbeiia, for Honolulu (1
i:UUF.KA Sailed Feb 13
Am schr. O M. Kellogg. Tor .Ho
nolulu Friday, February 14.
SAN ITWNCISCO Arrived Feb, 11:
P. M. S. S. Korea, henco Feb. 8.
SAN DIKflO Sailed Feb. 14:
A.-H S S. Toxnn, for San Fran
in ix)iu:ion pouts.
Saturday, February 15.
HUIIKKA Arrived Feb. 11:
Am schr. F.vn, henco Jan. 22.
NKWCASTLK Sallod. Fob. 13:
Hr. S S. Hlvaston, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Fob 12:
Am S S. Kntcrprlso, for San Fratit
HILO Sailed, Feb. 13:
A -II. S. S Mexican, for Sallna Cruz.
KIHKI Arrived, Feb. 13:
Am. S 8. Lnnslng, henco Feb. 13.
HONOIPU Sailed Fob. 14:
Am schr. Honolpu, for Sun Fran
cisco, via Hann.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVER Ai lived Fob. 11:
Hr S. S. Aorangl, henco Feb. 0.
1IANA Arrlvod Feb IB:
Am schr. Honolpu, from Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Fob. 17:
n M 8. S, Mongolia, henco Fob. (!
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb 14.
rr S 8 Malta, for Honolulu
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 1G:
A -II. S. S Ncbrnskitii for San
KlHi:t Sailed Feb. 1G:
Am S S. Lnnslng for Port Harford
Wednesday, February 19.
8AL1NA CRUZ Arrived Feb. 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 Alapai,
A.'II. 8 S. Ailzonim, from Hllo
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Feb 18:
A -11 S. S Columbian, for San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 18.
Am bk. Annlo Johnson, noin m
OAVIOTA Arrived Feb. 18:
Am sp. Fnlls of Clyde, henco I cu. 0.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb, 19
P. M 8. 8 China, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 19:
Jap R S America Maru, henco
Am. bk. Mohlcnn, from Hllo Feb 2.
inunuay, xcuruiiry u.
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 19
Am hlp Hrsklno M. Phelps,
KAHULUI An I veil, Feb. 20:
A.-H. 8. S. Nevadnn, fiom
Triday, February 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb
Am. bk R. P Itllhct, for Honolulu
U 8. A. T, Crook, for Honolulu
A.-II S 8 Texan, for Honolulu.
IN FOIiniON PORTS
II tm i i m.
J 47 I t)' 4 8 9 JJ lo 41
I l I I Ul lo " ' 5
I a in, p. in
4 47 6 5 li 30 il o
II ' '
5 14 i 4' 6 c8 11 56 tl 58
I I . in
J 58 1 J 7 00 12 i)
6 18, 6 of
(1 tl. 01
6 16 6 '
6 ) ft O).
! rti a in ni
ti 4, o 11 1 01 o si
9 08 1 4 7 i 1 47 1 10
i'Ull moon Feb. ICtli, nt 10:35 p 111.
Hawailnu standard tlmo is 10 boms
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 1G7
icgrccx 30 minutes. Tho tlmo wlilstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m , which is tlio snmo
as Qrccnwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local tlmo for tho
2e 5C X K H 3t K X Jt :t ,li it CI X
K X X K K K !! ;( !! K JJ )f )( A
Thursday, February 2(1
Stmr Claud Ine, Parker, from Hllo
and Maul ports
Stmr J A. Cummins, Scarle, from
Frldu), February 21
Stmr Maunn I.oa. Slmcrson, from
Kan and K'ona. C a m
H 3i SC ii X X 51 K V X Sf, J S K k s m
X DEPARTED X
3S3t5S)tl ;sMK 53Ka
Thursday, February 20
Stmr. Maul, H rutin, for wlndwnrd
Hawaii ports, 11 '30 p. 111
Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, for Knual,
f. p m.
Stmr J A, Cummins, Scarle, for
'- 3S iC K K X X X K K K li X K 3C 33 M. X
Stmr Clnttdlne, Parker for Maul
ports and Hllo, 5 p in
A -II 8. S Alaskan, Nichols, for
Sallnn Cruz via Kahuliil, Knannpnll
mid Hllo, fi ji. ni
t DUE TODAY
Stmr. Kauai, Sachs, from Hawaii
X DUE SATURDAY
x s k n x x 58 u k x a u a it
P. M 8 S Siberia, from the Orient,
In tho morning.
Stmr. Klnnu, from Hllo and way
8lmr W. (I Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai, n, in.
H K X X X !J 3C X 3f X 5C M X 3! K 3t
K S 50 K M X M K X X 3d 5S K M
Stmr Iwnlanl, from Maul mid Mo
lokal porls, n. 111.
Stmr Despatch, Kokcrwlt, from
Stmr Ke An Hon, Tullett, from
It K K !I B S4 K K K K U i !! K J!
Ji. 3C K X V K & X , M V. X K X X 3! it
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson,
fiom l.nhalna, G GG n. m. T Hodman,
IM C Drown, I). Conway, Mrs. Mall
laud, Mrs. 1) L Peterson and children,
U. A. McWn)iic, Mrs. M C do Mells,
A. C. do Mells, Queen Lllluokalant,
Mrs. J. Aea, J. Aca, F L. Winters, 13.
O. Pornnnd wife, I). H. Case, II. duel
ico, Mrs. W Ixuigher, Mrs. W, Jelling
and two children, Mrs. (lOOdhuo and
child, T. V Pease, Illshop Reetarlck,
Mrs. llotnrlck, Rev II, A Iltichanan
ond wife, Y Talipkuwa, Ah Chong,
Chas Sang, Ur Hodniann and 2G deck
Per stmr Claudlno, from Hawaii
and Maul norls, Feb 20 Col J. Rid
dle, Captain Otwell, M. Parmentci,
IJinlly Toomey, Mrs. Deus, N. Oinsted,
Miss F. II. i:ngle, C (1. White, wlfo
and Infant, Mrs W S Winter, R F.
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Miss I3va Scholtz, Charles Copp Jr.,
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son, C. A Macdonald, I) 11 Kuhutilc
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wife, and G3 on deck
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