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EVENINO nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., THURSDAY. FEU. 27, 1908.
Oceanic Lodfle Stated.
Perfection Fourteenth Dcfl
Pacific Second Degree
All visiting members of che
order nre cordially Invited to
attend nuttings at focal lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P,
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. U. HENDRY. Secretary
HEN. F. VICKERS, N. U.
All Tlilttng brottieri vory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
t:30 o'clock In K. or I. Hall, cor
fort and Ueretanla. Visiting broth,
ers cordially Invited to attend.
V. I.. I.YLH, O.C.,
F. WALDRON. K.lt.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets eery Friday evening at
7:. i In K. of 1. Hall, corner Fort
and Ueretanla. Visiting- brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. G. REEKING, C.C.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.n.3.
fiONOLU U LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, U. P. tt
K., will meet in their hall on King
ear Fort strtpt every Friday even
By order ot the E II.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, E. It.
Wm. M'ZINLEY I0DQE No.8, X.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth'
m cordially invited to attend,
W. L. FHAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOHSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings o each month at
7: SO o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Pre3t.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Ortolan Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Ully invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Swell rooms en snite with or with
out bathi; with every modern con
venience. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. f.tacdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAHOU ST.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send in yonr orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
Lear yonr order now fpr Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
King and Bethel Sts.
The only prepara
tion that effectually
stops sneezing and
cold in the head.
Hotel and Port Sts.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS 0RU6 CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
We have a big, fresh lot of
them just in. They are
just as good as ever. Phone
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
Holes in Shoes
are sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1119 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 607.
The Weekly Edition of. the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newi of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There is employment for every
persistent Bulletin Want advertiser.
One word one cent.
Auto at hack-fare. Tel. 403.
Panama hats cleaned nt tho Olobo.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Remnants of wash and woollen
goods on Saturday nt Whitney &
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Wcter came oer In
the .Mlkahala from Knnnl jestcrday
H. A. lsenberg was' a passenger
from Kauai, arriving In the Mlkahala
Captain John Hosts litis gone lo Iln
wall nnd will do pome hunting In tin
W. C. Parke nnd George Leonard nr
rled from Kaiml yesterday on the
A complete account of the Floral
Faradc in Saturday's issue, ready for
mailing, Five Cents.
"Drink nnd the world drlnlts with
ou." The Honolulu world Is drinl
Ing nt the Fashion salloon.
Cnmoes Clrclo No. 210 A. 0. I'., will
meet In Ran Antonio lull, Vineyard
street, at 7:30 this evening.
Pacific Ilcliekah Lodge No. 1. I 0
O. F., will meet this Thursday cvptilnv
at 7:30 in Odd Fellows hall.
Mrs J. F. Drown left for Molokni
yesterday afternoon on the lllicr Iwn
lanl of the liitcr-lfJnnil licet.
Mrs. K. C. Dunn, Known to fame n-
Madame Lisbon, tho palmist, left In
the Hilonlnn for San Frnurlsco.
II. P. Fne and II. lscnucrg are
hooked on the Mlknhala, which sallr
this afternoon nt 5 o'clock for Kauai
A. S. Wilcox's name appears on thf
passenger list of the Mlknhnlu, allien
Is scheduled to rail this nftcrnoan foi
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic"
You will ho surprised nt its coillnt;
uml prohcrvatho properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
V. II. Merrlam, Registrar of Convey.
I'liccs, registered two deer nr,d a vvll.l
boar as the avails of his recent hunt
Ing vnentlon on Moloknl.
The work of getting out the cement
ti'o Ks for the now high school build
ing Is going ahead In good shape and
the yard aliout the foundations Is rov
cred with thoso blocks hardening for
11. F. Dillingham has brought suit
In Judge Matthewman's rourt, Kallun,
agalnet M. F. Scott, Kbna Dovcloi
ment Co. nnd F. 11. MiStocker for
$i.-j nnd Interest from 1902 on a
Secietnry Nagarawa, who lias been
Connoted with the Japanese Consulate
here for the past twelve years, being
the senior attache, will leave wllhln n
few weeks with his family for Japan.
Ho villi retire altogether from the eon-
Tom London, ono of tho men who
tame hero flio years ago on tho cable.
thlp Is reported to lmvo been murdered
by tho Fast African natives nt Mom
basn. Ho was ono of tho most re
spected of telegraph engineers In the
employ of the Telegraph Construction
anil .Maintenance Co.'s 3. 8. Colonla,
Tho new hydraulic elevator which
has recently been Installed nt K. O.
Hall & Son's has been drawing a great
deal of attention, Tho firm Invites
everyone to rido In tlfo "lift" nnd nt
tho end of their Journey In fame there
will be clerks to show an) thing In tho
house furnishing line.
Kong Chow nnd four olhern wero ar
lestcd Tuesday night on Pnuahl street
charged with being present nt n Wo
Iln game, n gambling game, whero be
fore tho Pollco Court yesterday. None
of the police concerned In tho raid
wero familiar with tho game . could
swear that It was actually being
played and the quintet wero discharged
by Judge Andrnde.
Resides holding n number of confer-
enies with ilcpartmcntlioads yettei
day, as well as tho Walalao car confer
ence. Governor Frear was collet ting
data bearing on tho hydrogrnphle con
dltlons of tho Territory. This is for
tho uso of tho Hydrogruphlc Ilureau
In i.nshlngtnn In connection with tho
hydrogrnphle survey of these Islands
for which nil. item of $12,000 3 expect
o dto be loted by Congress this sea
Chief of Detectives Taylor has sub
mitted to Treasurer Cumpbell n draft
of rules to govern billiard nnd pool
looms. It Is propotcd to limit tho pool
and billiard rooms to the name hours
that tho law limits tho saloons to, re-
qtililng them to bo closed nt tho same
hour at night and on Sunday. It Is
proposed also that licenses ehnll bo re
quired to seo that no gambling Is per
mitted on tho prcmlec3, and of courto
no drinking, or anything olso that
would tend to dlssoluto practices.
Eighteen young Eagles wero initiat
ed last night at tho session of tho local
Acrlo which was well attended, Fol
lowing this, an enjoyable social session
ensued. The following olil, and some
ot them bald, Eagles tried tho (ledg
lings' wings: W. P., W. U Frozen;
V. W P., W. C. McCoy; W. C, II. T.
It Jackson; W 8., II. T. Moore; W. T.,
Georgo H. Soydo; W. C'dr., T. C,
Wlrndj I. 0 F. Waldron; 0. 0.. T.
W. Carroll; W. P., Dr Camp; trustees,
D. II. Lewis, II. L. Relly, II. Klemme;
finance committee, W. R.' Riley, II
Jungelnus, F. Waldron.
'Sec a Pin and
pick it up." It's easy to pick it up.
The thing is to SEE it first.
If you have your eyes properly ex
amined and fitted with good glasses,
you'll sec all right.
A. N, SANFORD.
BOSTON BLDG PORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v,th their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Beretanla St. Phone 1401.
PENAL CODEJS PASSED
WASHINGTON I) 0. Feb. 20. The penal code) linn been passed In
the Semilo. The code in addition to rccnnctlng tho various criminal
laws applicable to nil Territories, contains sections relating to tho slave
trade In the Philippines and providing penalties for thoso convicted of
taking part In the Ira Ilk.
TO BLOWJP JUDGES
OAKLAND, C.il . Feb. 20. The, pollco iinvo verified tho statements
made mi tho witness sliind by "llnby John" Martin that ho had stored
explosives under the houses of some of the locnl Judges nt tho order of
Mrs. Martin, In older to blow tip the houses nnd kill the Jurists.
OAKLAND, Cat, Feb. 11. Pro
today for tho first time what n vcr
bad nt tliu hands of Mrs. Isabella .1.
vlllo caused Sheriff Harriet to locato
bomb found concealed under Mrs. M
1534 West street. Tho Uncling of tli
wns made posslblo by confessions o
Court of Trinity County esteiday b
of Princess Clilmny and protego of M
at Weavervllle under J 10.000. bonds.
"Ilaby John," according to his t
by Mrs. Martin nt Sixteenth nnd Per
Hon nt which she tiled unsuccessful
Westchester Fire Insurance Ciinipan
MOSCOW, Russia, Feb. 20. In conscqiicnco of tho discovery of the
theft of ii million dollars' worth ot merchandise In transit, the thefts cov
ering u long period ot time, .tho value of railway shares have taken a
henbatlonnl ill op.
ST. PETERSIUIRG, Russia, Feb. 20. Tho Czar hns received three
hundred members of tho Duma In audience, in addressing them ho ex
pressed the hopo that the Duma would pass n measure dealing with agra
CHINA JOINS TELEGRAPH UNION
PEKING, Chliin, Feb. 20. Chlnn hns Joined tho telegraphic union.
Since 1881, when tho llrst Hue was built In China, the telegraph lines In
tho Empire built about sixty thousand miles.
SAGHALIEN BOUNDARY DECIDED
VLADIVOSTOK, Siberia, Feb. 20. Tho dispute between Russia nnd
Japan over the bounenry between the tcnllory of tho two countries on
tho Island ot Saghnllcn has been settled.
21,000 MEN TO
KIIARAKOW, Siberia, Feb. 20.
mad and tralllc has been suspended,
out at work on clearing tho tracks.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Feb. 2C Tho Universal Municipal Suf
frage Hill hns pasted Its third reading.
(Continued from Page 1)
altogether) on whether tho Rico vo(o
Is cast. It this Is done, tho vote will
result In a tie of four to four, and
Chairman Robertson will then cast tho
deciding otc, which will bo In favor
ot the endorsement, which will then
be given. If, on the other hand, tho
Rice vote Is not cast, tho application
for an endorsement will bo turned
turned down, ns tho vcte will then
btnnd three to four, nnd thcro will be
no opportunity for Uobcrtbon to cast
his vote at all,
(Continued from Pane 1)
planted, iind several fields woio dam
aged by soil lining In and coveted
tho cane, which had to he dug out. 1
estimate this year's crop to yield
Wo stalled milling In October and
have In date taken oh I, R00 tons of
sugar. Tho damage done by leaf
hopper Is very Biiinll, hut wo have
considerable aphis which do a great
deal of damage tn tho young cane'.
Clop 11)09. llavo planted nbout
220 acres of now land on tho hills
under the new ditch, 200 ncios of
' " -"-
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
cleans and fills itself; no ink
dropper, smeared fingers, twis
ted rubber, extra parts, or ex
It's the new Fountain Pen.
Hawaiian News lo..
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop SI.
i 5 . ' I I w
nilncnt Jurists In Oakland realized
y nimoiV esenpo from death they had
Martin when ndvlccs from Wonvcr
nnd obtain possession of n dynamite
artlu's former Oakland residence,
e bomb, pi lined nnd ready to explode,
n the witness stand of tho Superior
y "Maui" John" Martin, nllegcd son
rs. Martin. Mis. Martin Is now held
cstlmony, set flro to cottages owned
nltn streets, Oakland, for tho destruc
ly to collect insurance from the
y of New York.
-Tho snow has blockaded tho rall-Twcnty-ono
thousand workmen nro
this will ho harvested nnd 20 acres
used for seed.
This cnuo wns planted rather late,
October nnd part ot November, but Is
looking very well nnd promises to
glvo a fair yield.
For 1910 ciop wo expect to plant
100 to 600 acres of land mauka of
the now ditch, for "which wo lmvo to
pump water from the new ditch by
power developed from tho water used
en tho makal Elands. This clcctTlc
pumping plant has been ordered nnd
Is expected to nrrivo In June. Wo
have plowed about 200 acres of these
Ditch. Tho new ditch Is delivering
a good supply nt water, and slnco wo
gut tho water down In August wo
lmvo only used the pumps for two
days; this was due to n small brenk
niaiiku lit tho Walmcu valley which
was repaired In a slim t time.
Wo will lmvo tn cement part ot
tho ditch this year, when demand for
more water for tho mauka land be
gins; so far1 wo have hud enough.
x )t it tf ii x k X x X X M M W M SI
H PABSXNQERI ARRIVED a
Per stmr. CJaudlne, Dennett, from
islnnd ports. .Mrs. Okamura nnd
daughter, It. Catton, F. S. Winter, C.
M. Watson, M. M. Graham, Geo. Do
fcha, L. C Lyman, D. Sylvester, J. Hoo
hano, W. Ilalemnno, Dr. E. C, Wnter.
boiifo, A, Waterhouse, Wm. Clnrko,
Miss R. Kcakonn, Mrs. K, I. Ezera, A.
W. Cordlnnll, Dr. Osmcr, Dr. It, II.
Dlnegar, Capt Macauloy, Rov. F. 8.
Stuililcr, Rev. O, II. Guild:, C. W
X V, 3C it M It St. C K X1 M M M W X )i
B PASSBlfQMg DEPART1D
a s. a sc a g s m h a1 h h a a. a a
Per stmr. Iwalanl, for Maul and Mo
lokal ports, Feb. 25. Mrs. J, F. Drown.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, February 3.
VOK1IIAM A Arrived Feb. 1:
J.tp S. S. Nippon Mam, heiieo Jn'i
UAYS HARIIOR Sailed Feb, 1:
An. schr. C. A. Thajor, fur llimo
Vm. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
I'MIT TOWNSKND Arrived Feb. I:
Am. sp. Jnhcz Howes, from Knhnlul.
Wednesday, February 6.
f AN FRANCIBCO Sailed, Feb. 3:
Jas. ltolph, for IIIIo.
Saturday, February 8.
H1LO Sallod Feb. 3:
Am. hk. Mohican, tor Snn Francisco.
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 10.
S. S. Asia, licuco Jan. 28.
HILQ-Salled Feb. 7:
Am, pclir. Compeer, for Knreka.
Tuesday, February 11.
HONOIPU Arrived, Feb. 11;
Am. Bchr. Honolpu, from San Frail'
Cisco, Jan. 23.
Wedneiday, February 12.
PORT OAMULK Arrived Feb 11:
Am, bktne. Kllkltnt, hence Jan. 21.
Thursday, February 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 12:
Am. bk. Amy Turner, hence Jan. 25.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 13:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, henco Fob. t.
HILO Arrived Feb. 11:
Am. hk. Andrew Welch, from Sau
YOKOHAMA flailed Feb. 13.
P. M. B. S. Siberia, for Honolulu (1
EURHKA Balled Fob. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Ho.
Saturday, February 16.
EURHKA AitIvcmI Feb. H:
Am. schr. Eva, hence Jan. X.
NEWCASTLE Balled, Feb. 13:
Dr. S. S. Elvnston, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed, Feb. 13:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, for Sollna Cruz.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVER Arrived Feb. H:
Dr. S. S. Aorangl, henco Feb. G.
HANX Arrivod Feb. 15:
Am. schr. Honolpu, from Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Feb. 17:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, hence Feb. 6.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 14:
Fr. S. S. Malta, for Honolulu.
KIHEI Sailed Feb. 10:
Am. S. S. Lansing for Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Feb. 17:
A. 'II. S. S. Arlzonan, from lllln
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Feb 18:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrival Feb. 18:
Am. bk. Annlo Johnson, from IIIIo
GAVIOTA Arrival Feb. 18:
Aju. sp. Falls of Clyd, henco Feb. 6.
YOKOHAMA SnUed Feb. 19.
P. M. 8. S. Chlnn, for Honolulu.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 19:
Jap. S. S. America Mam, hence
Am. bk. Mohican, from IIIIo Feb 2.
Thursday, February 20.
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 19:
Am. ship Ersklno M. Phelps, for
KAHULUI Arrived, Feb. 20:
A.-H. S. S. Nevadnn, from Hono
lulu. Friday, February 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am. bk. II. P. Rlthet, for Honolulu.
U. 8. A. T., Cropk, for Honolulu.
A.-H. 8. S. Texan, for Honolulu.
Monday, February 24.
AUCKLAND Arrived Feb. 15.
Nor. bk. Concordia, henco Jan. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 20:
Am. 8. B. Enlcrprlso, from Hilo
KAHULUI Sailed Feb 21:
A.-H. S. S. Novadan, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. bk. G. C. Tohey, from Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Feb. 19;
Hr. S. 8. Hampstend, from Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am, bk. St. Kathcrtno, for San Fran
cisco. MAI1UKONA Anived Feb. 21:
Am. schr. H. C. Wright, from Snn
HONOIPU Arrived. Fob. 24:
Am, schr. Heleno, from Novvcastlo
NEWCASTLE Stilled, Fob. 23:
Am. schr II. C. Slado, for Honolulu.
HRISIIANEAi rived, Feb. 24:
Hr. S. S. Mloworn, henco Fob. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Anived Fob. 24.
A.-H. S. S. Nebnisknn, from Kolitt
Int. Tuesday, February 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Anived. Feb. 23:
O, 8. S. Alameda, henco Fob. 19,
SAN DIEGO Ai rived, Feb. 24: A.-H.
S, S. Columbian, from Snlina Cruz.
11RIS11ANE Arrived Fob. 19:
S. S. Mn.ina, from Ilrlsbanc, for Ho-'
IQU1QUE Sailed Jan. 11:
Hr bk. Holywood, for Honolulu.
CALLAO Sailed Feb 4:
Jap S. 3. Kaoado Muru, for Ilono
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Fob. 25:
P. M. M. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
Schr, Mm to), for Hnnn.
TALTAI Sailed Fob 25:
Schr. Alumna for Honolulu,
boats are our specialty. The boating
season will soon be at hand and you
will need a new boat. Let us build
it for you.
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alipai,
Wednesday. February 26.
HAN DIEGO Balled Fob 25:
A.-H. S. 8. Columbian, for San Fran
cisco. YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 20:
P M H. H. Mnnchurla. for Honolulu.
PORT HARFORD Arrived, Feb. 25:
Am. S. S. Lansing, from Klhel Icb.
MAKAWKI.I-Snllcrt Feb. 21:
Am. bktne Hawaii, for Gray's Han
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 25:
A.-H. S. 8. Alaskan, for IIIIo.
Thundav. February 27.
GRAYS HARIIOR Balled Feb. 20:
Am. schr. A. J. West, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Feb. 22:
Am. schr. James Rolph, from Sau
KAANAPAL1 Arrived, Am. liHlno.
Punko. from Newcastle.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 27:
A.-H. S. 8. Columbian, from San
GAVIOTA Sailed Feb. 27:
Am. sp. Falls ot Clyde, for Hono
lulu, In tow.
Navigator, towing Falls Clyde.
PORTLAND Arrived, Feb. 27:
Fr. up. Hoche, henco Feb. 7.
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Last quarter of tho moon Feb. 24.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower tbau Grcenwlclt
time, being thnt ot tho meridian of 157
fegrcci 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which Is tho samu
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
end moon nro for local tlmo for tho
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Thursday, February 27.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, from l.a
1 it X X X ". X X X X J X X X X M
X M M X 'X W X X X X M K M K X tt
Wednesday, February 20.
Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Searle, for
Walmanalo, 7 p. tn.
Stmr. Despatch, KoKcrwItz, 8 p. m.
Am. bktn, Fullcrtou, Ans, tor Sau
Thursday, February 27.
Fr. S. S. Maltc, for San Francisco,
10 a. m.
1 X X t X X X X 5! X X X X X M
K SADLING TODAY
11 x x x x x a: x x x x X X x
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Knual
ports, 5 p. m.
Fr. S. S. Malte, Ilenard, for San
Francisco, 10 n. m.
Am. schr. Concord, Ulunnhele, for
Kalaupapa, p. in.
v m x x x x x t x x x x, x x x it
E DUX TODAY
X X X X X X X X W M X X X W X
U. S. A. T. Crook, "Williams, from
X X, X x X X X V, X X X . X X X X
K DOE TOMORROW M
rt X X X X )! X X X M X X X M M
P. M. S. S. China, Frlele, from Yo
kohama. x x x : x x x x w, x x x x x m
K SAILING TOMORROW
x ; x x k x x x x x x x x x x
P. M. S, S. China, Frlele, for Ban
Francisco, In the afternoon.
Am. schr. Concord, Ulunnhele, for
k ii it k. if, Ji if X X X tt it n X
Ii PASSENGERS BOOKED-
if X " ) X X X X X X X X if Ii X
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Kauai, Feb.
27. Mr. Young, II. I. Faye. II, Isen
berg, John Fnssatb, II. W. M. Mist,
J. Lennox and child, M. J. Pcrclrn,
Miss Uclllnn, MIsh Weluzhclmer, J. I.
Sllva and wife, A. 8. Wilcox, Yap Ten
V X X X x ) X X x X X M K X rt
a rursRVRONT notes m
t la M X X X 3i X X X' X XX It
THE FULLERTON camo near drift
ing on tho reef oft Diamond Head last
night on nccount of tho fact that thcro
wns no wind. Tho tug started out In
lender assistance. It necessary, when
u brcezo sprung up thnt rarrled tho
Fullcrton out of danger. This morn
ing, iiowovcr, she was Etlll outside
waiting for wind.
Mil. KENNEDY OF THE Inter-Is-land
Company, has received no word
from tho Manna Kca. Ho cabled tn
the Coast yesterday, hut has received
no answer as yet. Ho cays that tho
Maunn Ken hos not sailed from Sau
Francisco yet, or he would have been
THERE WAS considerable of a mix
up yesterday between tho Captain and
crow of the Fullcrton over wagos and
hours of work. Tho men all stayed
with tho ship, however, oxcept threo
of them, and others wero secured In
Tlio transport Crook Is duo hero to
day but up until l' o'clock she had not
been sighted. She will bring news
paper files nnd several days mall from
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