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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY. JAN. 23, 1909.
3i ri f ,
Lelahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Pacific Flnt Degree.
Honolulu Chapter IrtUllatlon
of Officer!, 7:30 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F. !
Meets ovcty Monday evening at !
7:30 In 1. O. O. F Hall, Tort Street.
I! It HHNDHY. Secretary.
V D WKKI2. N G
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretaula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEKIUNO, C.C..
JA3. V. WHITE, K.ll.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 16, I). P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street avory l'rlday even
lug. lly order of tho B. II.:
HEHKY C. EA3TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. It.
W. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
Hall, cor. 1'ort nnd llcrctuula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE. C.C..
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Deretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles uro Invited to nt-
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOOIIE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally invited to attend.
A. R Altl.EIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer King and Fort Streets.
Hawaiian Postal Cards
HALF A MILLION
HtiA Tfiinlreil TlifTteAi4 Viam. -. it..
w..w --iut, ".. 1. MCttJ Ul UIO
.WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
.; Kiiif St.; P. 0, Box 914:
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K I r ;" 'iJ
ThN wninntt nya tlint Melt
women should not full to try
I-jilliv I' riiiklinui' Vegetable
Compound n.H nlm did,
I 3Irs. A. (iivRory, of 2355 Law-rcnco
y, of 5
St., Denver, Col., writes to Mrs.
" I wan nroctlcallv an Invalid for six
YrnM. on account oi icmaio trouDics.
I underwent an operation by tha
doctor's advice, but In a few months I
ttn worse than before. A friend hd
vised Lidla 12. Plnkhara's Veiretabls
Compound and itj-cstorrd me to perfect
health, such ns I liavo not enjoyed In
many years. Any woman suffering as
I ! with backache, bearing-down
pains, and periodic pain vhould not fall
J "" '$ lnkh.-. VegeUbU
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
tor thirty years Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Comix) und, mado
front roots and herbs, lias been tho
standard remedy for femalo Ills,
and hasimsltlrcly cured thousands of
women who navoDccntroutiieuwitu
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
porindio pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizzinessor nervous prostration,
Why Ain't you try it?
Mrs. IMnltlinm Invito nil sick
women t6 wrlto her for nelvlcc
She lias (nil dod tho inn, ml a to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Imported pure bred fowls, Brown
Buff, White Leghorns, etc.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
"1'inr man! So you arc n victim ot
the l.ilu tlnanclnl panic?"
"Yet. lady. Veil sec. folks nlong cli
iiiiili- It tmi poor now ter hand nut free
8.-tib!" Ni-w York World.
The Vcy It Originated.
Well, goodby, 1 1,1 11:111. When you
iji-t down ii" " "'ir 'hi- drop In."
Congressman John Dnlzcll of Pitts
burg withdrew ns n candidate for the
Stnnto to succeed Knox nnd declared
ho would support George T. Oliver, a
newspaper publisher ot Pittsburg, for
.Many propose to follow plan In
nugurnted In Cleveland, Ohio, to live
A i ..ir.
.LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't store the passe furniture
in the barn; two bits' worth of a u !
1 e 1 1 n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
Ten good MUto-hscks. Phone 6.
D. P. 11. Isertbcrg was un nrrlval to
day from Kauai.
J. F, llnckfcld, who' went to Knual
iccently, camo back this moinlnR.
Col. Bnm Parker returni'd'thls morn
ing from Hawaii In the steainci Mauna
C. M. I.ovestcd and O A. Slovens
wcro among the passengers who c.unc
on tho Klnnu.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
William McKlnley Lodge No. 3, K.
of P., Will meet In K, of P. Hall, Har
rison building, at 7:30 this evening.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family notary
sewing machine. Denny ft Co., Ltd.,
scents. 1266 Fort St. rhono s;
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Wllco. of Knuil
arc In town. They arrived In thti Klnau
today and arc stopping at tliu llu'
Will the party who borrowed the
western Union cable code from the
Bulletin office kindly return same
Tho cuuncrs oi uamornia nuvc vn-ou
to work for a tariff on tann..Hs and to
request Congress for n reduction oithv
tariff on sugnr.
Scnlcnco was suspended In the Cir
cuit Court this morning In tho coso ol
I'd Kaheln, charged with stealing a re
volver from Sylvano Nobrlga.
Lorln Karr of Utah, celebrated Mor
mon, who died lately, Iiob been repre
sented nt tho Mormon settlement horc
by sovcral members of his family. Ho
has 300 desrendants.
Twelve men of the schooner Flaur
enco Ward were paid off yesterday and
tho vessel was laid up for tho rest of
tho winter. Sho will not bo put In sor,
vlco again before April.
Tha Hnwullan band will play this af
ternoon at tho Hoys' Field for tho
Chlncso New Year's sports. Thoro will
bo no concert on Sunday, ur tho band
will go with tho National Guard regi
ment to Kaplolanl Park for drill.
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
The regular monthly English scrvlco
will bo held at Kamaukapllt church to
morrow morning nt 11 o'clock. Itcv.
R. A. nbcrsolo will speak. At tho closo
of tho scrvlco tho address will bo In
terpreted by Itov. Moses J. Nokulna.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all
to bo present.
Mrs. Chang Kim, a Chlncso woman,
Jumped from a moving trolley car on
tho King street lino, between Smith
street and Nuuanu avenue, about 8
o'clock last ovenlng, and fell to the
pavement, strlklns tho back of her
bead, fracturing tho skull. Sho died
at tho Queon's Hospital shortly after
A tuo-v,hcclcd cart. In which wcro n
Japanero boy and a man, was over
turned nonr tho corner of Alnpal and
Klnau street this morning by a runa
way horso which was attached to thn
vohfclo. 'tho boy suffered some
hfultes on tho head and ono of his
legs, nnd was taken to tho Queen's
Hospital. His Injuries woro found to
"Aro thoro More Women In Hoavcn
Than Men, or Scrvlco and .Sex!" will
bo Hcv. John W. Wadman's subject to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock In tho
MothodlBt church, comer ot Horctnnlu
avenue nnd Miller street. In tho even
ing nt 7:30 ho will speak on "Men ol
Wealth and tho Laboring Man," with
Kerliil reference to tho labor question
ns It exists today, horo and on hs
mnlnlund. Tho public Is rbrdlally In
vited. Our old book friend, Wm. C. Lyon,
has Just returned from nn extensive
trip on the mainland and has form
ed a co-partnership with Mr. B. Hct
rick Ilrown. The present location of
Urown'K book storo will bo contlnuod
by Urown and Lyon at the cornor
of Alakea and Merchant (streets. Mr.
L)on brings many new agencies for
publications of a special nature
which, with the prcsont store busi
ness, will make a vory largo book es
tablishment. It Ib quite remarkable
to what a largo extent Urown & Lyon
are responsible for tho wonderful de
velopment of home libraries. As a
result .Honolulu has a higher literary
development than any othor city of
Its size In tho world.
Mrs. Jack Gardner, It waB assorted
at lloston, arranged for the payment
of tho $S2,41L on art treasures In
tho n a mo of Mrs. "Emily Crane Chad
bourne, that worp scltcd by tho Chi
cago customs nuthorltles.
K. II. Ilarrlman is having con:
structod on his now 20,000-acro cu
tato In Orango county. Now York, a
playground ot two and n half acres
that can bo convorted Into a skating
rink In tho winter.
Nnvn! Constructor Evans nnmes
Lieut. Oaburn as cause for divorce.
A Most Excellent Assortment bf
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 028.
TILE BEST-TITTEE8"-IN TOWN,
Company Did Not Like
Fracas whh Ship's
Captain J. W. Snundorn of tho Pnclllc
Mail liner Mnnchurla, It Is said, has
lost command of his ship. The Man
churia's 'surgeon, with whom Captain
Raundont oxchnngod blows during tho
trip from tho Orient, also Is said to
Tho story, though not confirmed by
tho officers of tho China, which brought
tho news, has tl that Immediately tip
en tho nrrhal of tho Manchuria at Hun
Francisco, Sounders and the surgeon
nppenred betoro Schwcrln, tho general
manager of tbo Pacific Mall Hue, ami
explained tho pllikla, which led them
to fight during the trip. Schwcrln, It
Is said, wns not satisfied with tho ex
planations offered and discharged both
on the spot.
In response to Inquiry nt tho oftlces
of Hackfeld & Co., the local ngents
stated that they had received no In
formation pertaining to Captain Saund
ers nnd tho ship's surgeon. None ol
tho high nfflcvH of tho Chlnn will
Confirm the rcKrt, but through some
of thvmtnnr officers the story leaked
out. They stated that Captain Frelle
tho regular commander of tho China
remained ashore In order to be ready
to take command of the Mniichurl
when sho leaves 8an Francisco,
"What's tho matter with Captain1
Saunders?" asked tho reporter of ono
of tho minor officers.
"Ho Ib pau," was tho answer. "He
was discharged because ho did like
this (exhibiting his arms as ho swung
thorn In tho act ot hitting n man.' You
know tho old tnnn did not llku Ibo Hen
of Captain Saunders fighting with tin
"Manager Schwcrln is a strict man
Ho expects tho employcB of the cent
pnny, bo they high or low, to bo gen
tlemcn. Thoy must not fight i:i the
presence of passengers. In order .
mnko no personal favor, ho discharged
all tho high officers of tho Mancburit
and their places will bo filled im soon
as possible. Captain Frello h.n been
given tho command of thr Mnnchurla.'
Tho Mnnchurla Is due to arrive hciv
noxt Friday, tho 29th.
Kilohana Art League
On Tuesday ovenlng, Jnn. 26th,
tho Dramatic Circle will givo tha first
ot Its Independent entertainments
and dances. From tlmo to time, this
port of the Art League, In order t)
perfect Its organization nnd maintain
Its extra expense nccount, will glvo
entertainments to a limited number
of members or others who aro willing
to alii tho pupils in their progress,
nnd be their guests nt Jolly little eve
The pretont one will consist ot
"Mrs. Oa It ley's Telephone," to bo fol
lowed by dancing In the main hall
and puzzlo and othor attractive new
games In the library for thoso who
do not dance.
Good danco music has been secured
and tho buffet supper will bo sorved
during tho entlro evening.
Tho tickets nrn limited; applica
tion for same may be mado to any
member of the class or to the Art
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss C, Hall, Mrs.
W. Coombs, and Mrs. G. Augur will
preside In tho library and see that
tho puzzle tables and buffet supper
progress wall under their special
Mr. A. G, Hawcs, Jr., Mr. B. K. Ar
nold, Mr, C. Jenkins, Dr. Collins, Mr.
Page, Dr. Augur, and Dr. Armltngo
have consented to manage tho danc
Mrs. Charles II, Cooper Is anticipat
ing a very dcllghtrul trip. Sho ttfavue
by Ihe Mongolia tho 30th and after vis
iting some friends and relatives In tho
Snst, will Join Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Focko lu New York, In March, and
with them visit somo of tho prlnclpa
trt, and piuslc centers of Europe.
An Informal hop was given at the
Moana.Jast evening. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Rannlo
Scott, Mrs. Herman Ashley Ilobortson,
Capt. nnd Mrs. Falls, U. S. A., Capt.
and Mrs. bturgls, U. S. X, Capt. and
Mrs. .Castner, U 8. A., Capt, and Mrs
namscy, U. 8. M. C, Mr. and Mrs.
Mannlo Phillips, Capt. and Mrs. An
drew Fullor, Dr, and Mrs. Augur, Mr
and Mrs. Montroso Graham, Mr. and
Mrs. C, W. v-sbo Deerlng, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Collins, Mr, and Mrs. Ilryan, Mr. and
Mrs. 'Lyons, Mrs. A, Murphy. Mrs. y
J, Lord, Mr. and MrB. Chllllngworth,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Mcuicnnau, Mr. nnd MrB
J, A. McCandless, Mrs. Van Tlno. Mrs.
Pratt, Mrs. Leeds of Los Angoles, tho
Misses jiicas, Sara Lucas, McCorrls
ton, Bpaldclng, Cotton, Wadman, A.
Spalding, ... Catton, 11. (llrvln, I.abe-
roe, Day, Curtis, Murphy, A. Murphy,
Bryan, Murray, ItobcrtBOii, L. Robert
New white goods ot Whitney
A bunch of kcyB Is ndvortlrcd
lost. See ad, this Issue.
An cxtorlcnced soda water man de
sires n situation. Sec nd.
A watch .belonging to John W. Oil
mure has been found. Seo nd.
A petition for dlschargo in tho mat
ter of 8. A. Green, a bankrupt, Is pub
lished In this issue.
Tho Count' Clerk advertises for bids
for furnishing supplies to the county
during the month of Kubruary.
A dividend notlco by thu German
Savings & Loan Society of San Fran
cisco Is published In till Issuu.
Confine jour buslncrs, when It comes
to nutsldo delivery, to tho Tcnltnrlal
Messenger Service. Telephone am.
Your wntcli Is-not keeping good tlmo
Is It? Tako It to 11. F. Wichtmm &
Co. who havo an export repair man In
Good olil-fnshlnncd strawberry short
enko, finest IcO cream nnd sodas served
every day at the Alexander Young
Cafe. Try their soda fountain.
Liberty bntTii at Whitney & Marsh's
special vuluo at CCc yd.
Ladles nro Invited to rail and see
tho beautiful trimmed bats lit Miss
Power's millinery purloin In tho llos
ton building. All tho latest farhlon's
There will be a special snlo of whlto
goods of jjvery description at tho N. S
Sachs Dry Goods Co., beginning Mon
day morning, Jnnnary 'J5th. Trcmend
ous cuts In prices,
niom wl'l bcglh n great Inco bale at
his store on Fort street on Monday
morning. It will bo tho greatest laco
show and will contain tho greatest bar
gain seen horn In years.
If you aro looking for n shoo that Is
strictly correct In every particular, nnd
yot scnslblo nnd comfortable, nsk for
tho -"Kit Knsy" S3 60 ladles' Oxford
at tho Mclnuruy Shoo Btoro.
Next tlmo you need n hat, rcmem,
ber thnt tho Knox Felt, for ?5.no. Is
tho dressiest and most exclusive hat
jou can wonr. Ileacon hals nt 13.60,
(Knox Quality). Sllvn's Toggery.
Itoad niom's ndvcrtlsoment today
mil nolo the speel'il birg-tlns nffen-d
for Mondny only. Such u slaughter of
?ntton goods Is unbuiiril or nnd I.iiIIhh
should Jump nt tbo oprlimlty to gel
tho benefit of the i eduction In prlcn.
Whitney & Marsh havo Just received
some now models In the "Iledfern"
and "Warner" corsets.
Genial Clergyman (visiting the par
ish school) Well, my little Minn, what
do you do In school nil day?
Promising Pupil -I wait till It's time
to go out, sir. Tntlsr
H. L. CL0TW0RTHY
(Continued from Pane 1)
more of Hawaii and tho details of
the Island of Onhu than ho did him
self. "Japan Is frlghtfilMy poor," said
Mr. Clotwortby. "No'statement of
their nntlonnl poverty can bo exogger
atcd. Bvcrytnlng Is taxed to tho lim
it, nnd It will bo years beforo tho
nation will bo In a position to taka
an agRrcs8lvn attitude toward any na
tion, unlcsN nsslstanco romes from
BOino unexpected quarter.
"I have had n splendid trip nnd
especially In Australia wero wo re
elvr 1 with deep-felt and slncoro en
thusiasm. I am glad to be In Hono
lulu again, and, although I expect to
return to tho Orient. I am certain
that I shall come to these Inlands for
a stay that will cuiiblo mo to enjoy
tho place to tho full."
Mr. Cljitworthy reports that when
ho parted with Correspondent Math
ews of U10 Now York Bun ho wus still
talking about tho benutles of Hawaii.
rgm- BULLETIN ADS PAY -mtS
it n a n n tt n n n t: a tut
son, McStockcr, Lydla McStocker,
Saunders, Van Nyncs, Anna Tucker
Minor, Marjorlo Klugel Messrs, Fuller
A. Mackintosh, Walter Wlllliighnm, W.
Itoth, G. Macfarlane, Judge Ilallou, D.
Cartwrlght, Clerks, Pngo, Clegliorn.
Young, Wrlglrf, Warren, Dr. Arniltngu
UlO'vn, Perkins Johnson II. Wilder
C. Murray, II, Lucas, II, Catton, Loom
Is, Robertson, Major Dunning, Major
Uiiiu, Capt, Campbell, Capt. Shearer
Paymaster Douglas. Lieut, Moses,
Lieut. Kllgore, Llout Ghormloy, Lieut.
Ancriim, Lieut ParViir, Lieut. UnJcr
- wood and many others,
i"' 1 ;;. : m
BBMBnfciBB'asir,jijpt,y'B tjt.i"w f awyaTB 1
lHa'HsjsBV HHvHsaVHQ '
& IN FOREIGN PORT8 ' ARRIVED J
I rf. T , -r
Saturday, January 23.
SOUTH IIKND Arrived .Inn. 22
Schr. Philippine, henco Dec. 17.
ClltAYS HAIlHOIt Sailed Jan. 22;
Hchr. Dauntless, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 22:
Ilk. Albert, from Knannpall.
Friday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 22:
8, 8. Chlyo Mam, 11 a. iii.,,henco
KAHOLUI Sailed Jan. 21:
8. S, Lurllno, tor 8an Francisco.
KAANAPALI Sailed Jan. 20:
Ilk. Nuuanu, for New York.
Thursday, January 21.
snATTI.i: Arrived Jan, 21:,
8. S. Ilyndes, from Ban Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 21:
S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu; not .1
Wednesday, January 20.
fcAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn I!):
Ilk. St, Knthorluc, henco Jim. 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 2:
8. S. Pinna, henco Dec. 11.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 20.
8, S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 18, 1009.
SAI.INA CltUZ Arrived Jnn. 1.1:
S. S. Columbian, from Kan'niipall
8ALINA CIUJZ Sailed Jan. 16:
8. 8. Arlzonan, for S.m Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jnn. 10:
1 p. m., 8. S. China, for Jlono'alu
S. 8. Mexican, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Jnn. 17:
8. 8. Ilyndes, for Seattle.
L'URKICA Arrived Jan. 10:
Sch. Kthcl Xnno, henra Dec. I.
8KATTLK Arrived Jan. IS:
Transport Dlx, hence Jnn. 7.
NKWCA8TLK Suited Jan. IS:
llktn. Koko Head, for Honolulu.
GAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 17:
8. S. W. 8. Porter, for Honolulu.
GAVIOTA Soiled Jan. IX:
Ship Falls of Clyde, hence Jim. I
1III.O Sailed Jnn. 17:
8. 8. Tcxnn, for Sallnn Cruz.
Per Btinr. Clnudlne. for Maul inn
Hllo, Jnn. 22. O. M. Luther nnd wife
Miss Kiini'p, i:. P. Low. .1. A. Scott.
Per M. N. S. S llllonlnn for Ha
rreiiclrco, Jan. 20. Miss May, K. b
Tnlcr. Mrs. W, II. Scott nnd three chll
ilren. Mrs. 8. B. Paxsnn mid child. Mrs
Gurrey, Miss Floreiico Gurrey, B. C
Rhodes, M. I.tndscy, P. W. Felrhtiui
L. L. .Mann, Mrs. Mimu. Dr. Melllccn
Cosgnnu, Miss Hlvlna Pruwpu, .Mrs. C
H. Cooper, Mrs. SI. Palon.
Per 8. 8. China, for tho Orient, Jnn
23. K. 12. Ilnrtmun.
T1II2 MAUNA KI5A niilved earl;
this morning from Hllo und Mnu'
ports. Shu brought 68 cabin passon
gcrs nnd a large number In tho steer
ago Her cargo consisted of 2 bag
corn, 3 automobiles, T barrels tallow
13 barrels empty bottle, 32 empt:
kegs, 14 bags telephone pins, 20 bag
brackets, 20 bundles hides, 1 1 pick
ages vegetables, 3D bags taro, fl crates
celery 1 box pla, 1 box chickens, !)3i
ohla tics, lOti packages sumlifes.
Tlll-2 STKAM8HIP Asia of I ho Occl
dental & Oriental Hue, arrived (lib
irnrulng from Yokohama and went ill
rect tn tho llnckfcld wharf to ills
chargo her Honolulu freight. Ah iihiio
she encountered both pleasant mi'
rough weathor during tho trip. For till
port sho brought four cabin pasicngnr
mid a few- In tho stcorngc. Sho will
continued hor voyage at 6 o'clock thi
TIII2 KIKAU arrived early till,
morning from Kaual with 9931 bag
of A sugar, 2070 bags II sugar, 60 bag'
pin slips, 13 pkps. sundries. Pursei
Orubo reports that tho steamer Nllhai'
wan loading sug-rr at Bleelo when tb(
Klnau left there.
PUI1SI2R (IKIIIII'2 of the Klnau te
ports tho following sugur on Kaual
ronily ror shipment: P., 210; II. M
360; K. P.. 2170; Mnk. 0800; 11. & R.
5200; K. S. M., 4860; M. 8. Co., 17,500
THB 1IH1TISII gunboat Algeiliio wll
be hero In April.
1.11 field Tollnot-Mt'te's 11 piece In
li paper nboiit 11 feller wm went tn
loop In ile batb'.iili 11 nil vn. drowui-il
I'ra.veil I'ligln-Sened him rlgbt.
,iiMSht-cr -Xs Ti
Saturday. January 23. -
Slmr. Klnau, Gregory, flora Kiiu.il,
Stmr. Mauna Ken, Freeman, from
Hlto nnd way ports, 7 a. in.
P. M. 8. S. Asia, Gaukroger, from
tho Orient, n. m. t
P. M. 8. S. China, Frlele, Trimf Sun
Francisco, a. in. ,'
Friday. January 22.
Stmr. CInudlnc. Dennett, for Mnul
Hid Hawaii, 6 p, in.
f SAILING TODAY I
A.-II. S. 8. Pleiades, for San frail
clsco, 5 p. lit.
P. M. S. 8. China, Frlelo, for Japan,
o p. Ill,
PA88ENOER3 ARRIVED .1
Per stmr. Mannn Ken, finm Hlln nnd
wny norts. Jan. 23. E. C. Ciussett,
Mrs. Crossett, II. A
Halt. Mrs. Hull,
. Pratt, Dr. K. I. Rich. Mrs. men,
8. (1. Mooio. Mis. Moore, II. 8.
Leo, .Mrs. Lee, J. C. I.nch, Mrs.
Lynch, Mis. It. Daker und rhllil. Mrx.
K. Punker, Jas. Parker, Sam Parker,
Allss J. ChalnioiB, Mrs. It. Chalmers,
Mis. It. Andrews, II. Alexander, Mis.
Alexander, V. Hurd, 8. Spltzer. Mrs.
il. II. Klllolt, Mrs. It. I.lshman, .1. II.
dear. Mrs. Rear, 2 chlldien and nurso.
.. 8. Hull. 0. It. Cool. Mrs. W. II. Ilecii.
Mrs. Moses, Itcv. J. Klplkl, .Mr. SI.
oar, Mrs. St. Goar. Miss St. Guar.
Miss Low, Mrs. Cosgravo, K. C. Cal
ln, W. II. Ilancinfl, Jus. II. rustle. W.
I. Sloan, M. Graham, B. Gray, J. II.
Islier. W. A. Lleber. 8. N. Munis Rev.
N. Tooda, All Chung, A. (5. P.ilfiey.
W. K. Notley. Rev. W R. Olesou, Rev.
I. W. Wadman. II. Gorman. F. J. Link-man,
I). Yonuknrn, F. V. Amell.
Per 8. S. China. Ilnlley, from Can
'raiicln-'i, Jan 23, For Honolulu: M.
'Inriett. Mrs. M. Ilnrretl, Mrs. W. L.
!lrd. Miss J. lllrd, J. C. Coppage, Lloyd
.'lollln, J. 8. Do Menu, James D. Dole.
3. Durliln, Mis. S. Diirbln. C. T. Blllntt.
Mrs. C, T. Blllott, Miss Adelaide But
ess, Thus. C. Gardner, Clnrenco
-.uinge, W. 8. Hall, Mm. W. 8. Hull.
1. F. Iliiwliind, Mis. A. F Kmiilscn,
)r Hugh II. Mitchell. P PcIitmhi, Mrs.
"Lira t'liaukbiud, Mm. Kulbeiluo R.
linllli. J. K. WYtln-rliy. Miss Marlon
.Vcthoiliy, Cant. 12. Wlrschiilelt. For
k'okiihainn: Win. II. Cooper, Mis.
Vm. II. Cooper, V. Cuius Drlllleld. L.
'.U'unwnlil. V. K ll'JiiilMou. Mrs. 0. K.
lamllton, Mrs. 8. M. Tabcr ami sou,
'.Irs. II. T. Vriiinaii, K. Wadnmorl. For
'tobc: W. T. Orr. For Shanghai:
Miss P. B. Dudley. John II. Ffi. W. .1.
lundn, Mrs. W .1. Gande and liifaut,
W. J. amnio, Mrs. J. W. Gnmle. Miss
Clltli Giimle, lt- J. M. II. Gill, .1. I..
Oocke and ramlly, Miss 12. 12 Hull, Mls.
Miule Keller, Miss l.lla Melntyre. Hov.
.urliis C. Porter, Mis. W. II. Whitney,
I. 12. Wills. For Hongkong: Mrs. 11.
llooni, O. Ilryant. Mrs. Corlnno llur-
irldge. Miss I. Carioll. Mlis Biully
2ilsiunn, Miss Martha Garslde, MIhs
""ansy Gieen, Win. Kdwnrd llugliey,
diss M. L. Keller. C. L. Long, Jin Z.
.Invllle, Bd Lyman, W. l lliinner mid
vlfo. Chns. B. 1.5 nam. Chnu Maw, II.
Moulder. Mrs. II. Newman, Mia. M.
hmo, A. II Oiigh, N. Palmer, J. C.
Patty, Francisco Poiico, Dr. II. O.
Somiuer, Mrs. Grace L. !sehokk6 and
Per 8, S. Asia. Gaukroger, fiom Ja
pan. Jan. 23. For Honolulu: P. G.
'Hid. Mrs. P. a.lllrd. Ilnrry Hill, Mrs.
Ilnny Hill. I'm- San FraiicNco: It. .1.
tiriryinun, Mrs. It. .1. Ili-iryman. I..
Clotwortby, Miss I). Carter, Sister t'or
lellua, Mis. J. G Currlo mid Infant, (I,
. Drew, A. .1. Francis, Mrs. A. J.
'"ninels, M. IlolTnnu. J. N. Nord, II.
M. Jonoi, Mrs. 11. M. Jones. J. O.
Kerne, Leo Sing, John l.onini. Mrs.
Hugh McDonald, 51.' (1. McLano. D.
McPhcrt.011 llnyd. Jllhs M. Miller. D. G.
Moberly, Dan O'Cnmirll, Qnan Joe. W.
I. Sawyer, .Miss Nnniina Scrlzawn. L.
Sllversteeii, L Tin Ins, Mrs. A. B. Tils
'on, Mrs. L. Tnrtns, Infant and auiali,
A. J White. A. Yeuger. T. D. Young.
Per stmr. Klnau, fliegorj;. from
!nunl,..lan. 23. A. S Wllrox and wife.
I. F. Hackfeld, P. II, Isonberg ("has.
AndtTMin, Miss Bduards. Mia. J, R.
Meyers, C. Duukhaso, J. Wakefield, J.
'i. Morngne. C. M. Lovosted, O. A.
Slovens anil 3 deck.
TUB SKCOND CLASS cruisers Flora
mil Cumbrian aro expected beio In
Maich, tho runner coming from tho
slatlc and the latter finm 1I111 A.iih
rnllnn stntlon. The Cambrian Is com
manded b Capt. Lews, I). S. O , nnd
ho Flora bv Capt. Nugent. Until woio
built In inn and carry ten guim. Thoy
i.osKcsB twin sciews and cm muKo
I9VS knots an hour.
Pimsr.lt PHILLIPS of tho Mnnna
Keu, tciorta the following hiigar lendy
Tor shipment on Hawaii. Olaa, 7000;
Walakea. 3000; Wulnuku, 1000; Ono
met, 1218: Pepeekeo. 1500. shipping ull
today: Ilnkalau, 7050; Laiipahoehoo,
V)0i): Ooltala, 300U, Panulinii. 5000;
lloniikna, 5001). KiiKullmele. 2000.
18-foot 'Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $173, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
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