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EVENING nUlLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It.. SATUnDAV, FEU. 13, 190D1
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I . WEEKLY CALENDAR i VldixAX
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular, D p. in.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
ular. All visiting tncmben of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UABMUNY LOUPE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvety Monday eventng at
7:30 In I. O. 0. ' Hall, Tort Stroet.
l; It. 1I1:nDUY, Secrotnry.
r. i) uipku, n. o.
All dialling, in o tiiera very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1. K, of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
lay evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Kurt and Ileretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
1 It. NUGIJNT, C. C.
K. GOSLING. IC. H. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. B.
Horolulu Lodge No. 016, 11. P. O.
R., will meet lu ttielr hall on King
noar Fort Street every Friday evert
ing. Uy order of tho 8. II.:
1IEN11Y C. EA8TON.
Wit, II. McINERNY, E. It.
Wis. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Uerotnnla Visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Mccmnw, c. c.
E. A. JACOIISUN. K. Tc. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:36 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctnnla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FIIAZBE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOHE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of ench month at Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. AHLEIOH, Snchem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
. u.a MiurKii
The best assortment ever
shown in tin city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave youi order for a tox
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King: and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Klnc St.; P. 0. Box 014.
ASSESS:2NT NO. 0
In tho Harrison .Mutual llenovoleut
Association dua Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 1G, 1909. All dr3c33
ments nre payable at the 8ecretiry' '
ofllce, Kuplolanl liulldlng, Klne am
Blank bonks of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by tlio Bulletin?
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN; OUR
It will onlv cost von a Utile. Ynn
will not feel it. You will have a
vatch and a good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they last
longest. Sold by the
Alexander Young- Building.
At a Discount
are jurt as easy to get ai a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the-Bch,"
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINK'S
The most popular
place in tovn.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
lack Scully. lack Roberts
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place-and
have "MATT" HEFrERN serre yoa.
COR. HOTEL and NUUAND.
Best Draught Beer
Che Best Whiskey on the Haricot.
C-HOS. F. MctlOHE & CCAGENIB
101-105 KINO ST.
3H0NE 140. P. 0. BOX 765
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO.. LTD.
002-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WOE
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
7 BrretanU St Phone 1491.
P. H. BURNETTE, ,
Attorneyaf-Law for the 'District
Courts: "Notary Publioj "Draws
MorttraETs. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Todav.il the heat time' tn.flnd la
high-price customer" for your1 proper
ty, a Bulletin Want Ad. will
find him. .
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 0.
Have lunch at the Roval Annex.
II. 1". Dillingham returned today from
Hftwnll. " "
Col. John T. naker of llllo was nn
arrival this morning from Hav.nll.
Thka your carrlaee or nutomobtls
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfe. Co., for
A notlce-npppam In this lesiloHn re
bniBli',nres. Air.wlll tnko hotlco and
Rovurn themselves accordingly.
Coat your Irbn'robfs with 'i.rablc.
You will bo "surprised at lU'oodllnir
and prsseryatlve propsrtles California
On Installments of 13 Mr'.month-you
can purcl.ajK) a White Family notary
sawing machine. Ueuny ft Co., Ltd.,
agents, ItCC Fort Bt. rbone4l8.
Sam Parker, Jas. Parker and Krnpt
Pnrker nro In town. -Tbcy canto down
today In the Minina-Ken,- from Wal-
-Meet your frunds at Royal Annex,
ICIovun porsons were prostrated by
heat bhd fatigue after the Lincoln Pay
exercises yesterday morning. The
members of the Hospital company. Na
tional dtiard of Hawaii, rendered yeo
man service and soon brouglit them
I.uvers of Scottish literature should
examine the edition of Sir Wnlter
Scott's works that Is on display at tho
hookrooms of the Ilrown & Lyon Co,
on Alukea stroet and Merchant. It
is the genuine Kdlnburg edition on In
dia paper, publlrhed by tho old Kng
llsh house or Thomas Nelson and Sons,
and a very artistic library edition.
Terms arranged to suit customer.
no mm YET FOR
CAPTAINW. G. FAY
If Canraln William Oarlnnd Fnv or
the Marine Corps Is to be ordered
away from bore, no information of tho
fact has been received at hnntlnnnripru
at Camp Very. Captain Marlx, who
relieves captain Kay as post quarter
master, arrived on thn Sheridan lint
no orders arrhed for Fay.
' Captalu Kay will bo kept busy for
some tlmp turning over tils accounts
to Captain Marlx. After Hint. nnti
ho' receives orders sending him else-
wiiere, mo win no assigned to other
dutv bv .Malar Ijnntr fhn nnnimnii.Mm.
officer at Cartp Very.
no inrormatlon relative to any pro
jected Increase In tlie niarlnn frnrrlunii
has been received here' and officers arc
inclined to believe that 'rumors that
have been drifting around to that ef-
icct,- ore baseless.
FOUR'BILLS FOR HAWAII
I Continued from Purr. 1
It Is strongly backed by the Interior
me receipt or ine earned resolu
tlons of the citizens' mass ineetlnir of
Jan. 23d, favoring my coastwise bill,
together vfltli the support of tho
Chamber of Commerce, lias led me to
believe that the community Is again
pretty will united In favorlnr (his
legislation. I at once consulted with
the chairman of the House Cdmmlt-
teo to whom was referred the mall
subsidy bill that passed the Senate
at the last session, and he told mo
mat more was no prospect that tho
subsidy measure would be renorted In
the House nt all. Ilellevlng that un
der all the circumstances inv bill
should again be advanced, I then laid
tho situation before member of the
Senate Committee on Commerce, and
my bill will probably be considered
by Ahem during the coming week. It
3 Impossible at this writing to fore
cast their action.
We nro now taking un with mem
bers of the Senate Committee on An.
proprlatlons the Introdustlon bf a
riuor to tne sundry Civil 1)111, to pro
vide that all general aunronrlatlons
"hall be available for expenditure In
Hawaii; this. It secured, wlll'do away
with tho unjust rdllng of the Control
ler, which excludes' lis' from tlie ben
efits' of suchi general appropriations
ai (.hat for. tho Geological Survey.
Not For Lane
Tho nowsnMiers-'Irl' Honolulu nvn
reported an unfounded rumor that I
am backing Mr.-Lbne for the postmas.
tershlp In Honolulu. Mr. Lane has
never asked jhy BUppoTt' f6r this tip.
pointment, and my endorsement of
roBtmaater Pratt for reappointment
has been on file with the Department
for several months.
Very truly yours,
Delegate to Congress.
'Washington,' Jam 30. '09..
Bulletin Business nffl'pTinn. 9KA
BnlletinvEditbrial Roqrn Phone 185!
K MostExoellent Assortment-of
i, j LIMITED
62 8. KINO ST. PHONE M5.
'THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
V w ' ftH ti VWjisxssBBssssssssssssKiA ' 'T flJk
PKOItIA, 111., Feb. 12. Ainhnnsailor Tnknlilrr- ilidiveivd it lirllllaul
eulogy on Lincoln and liny nt the Lincoln Centennial Immiuet held heie
tonight. The Japaneso Ainbuusndor, lu the courru of his iiddn-s.1. slated
that war between , America and Jnpnn was un Impo-ulblllly.
STEAMER PENQUIN WRECKED
WKI.I.INOTON, N. '.., Feb. 12. The ateumer Penguin wna wicrl.ed
today, being driven ashore ut Cape
crew nnd paeseiigerH have perished.
' PASAI)i:NA, Calif.. Feb. 12. -A
canyon t(Hla, followed by a landslide,
two others fatally Injured.
Seo annual meeting notice of Kuliu
Sugar Co , this Issue.
A pair of fine Imparted geuso mo
far sale. See ad, this Issue.
Tlior Chas. It. Frazler Co., advertis
ing agents.-publlsh In this Issuo an ud
When you wont a messenger boy get
one from the Territorial Messenger
Ken Ice, telephone 301.
Hantas oil cloth for table and Willi
covering nt Whitney & Mnrsli'H, 54
Inches wide, 30c a yard.
Ulom Is to sell next week nt "sale"
prices his complete, line of l.ico cur
tains In wlilto nnd ecru,
Tho annual meeting of the Kekaha
Sugar' Co. Is called for Wednesdny,
February 24. See notice, this Issue.
Thos. F. McTlgliu's whiskey la fam
ous. Ills wines nnd liquors nru of the
beet ouallty. Take boiiio home with
Draft No. 4983 for S1077, drawlu In
favor of 1'OHtmanter Honolulu. In
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co., has
Whltnoy & Marsh nro showing n full
assortment of Boys' wash stilts, made
by tho "Mothers'' Friend" people
Whon you drink you want tho best.
The products of tho Consolidated Soda
Water WorkB Company are the best to
bo had anywhere. Telephone 71.
L. Ahoy announces nn underskirt
sale for two weeks with a startling cut
In prices. You can get almost nny
thing In tho dry goods lino at his BloiC
on Nuuanu street.
Mr. M. Swahn, cutter for many years
with 'Sr Itoth of thlH city, ha accepted
the management of Kerr's tailoring de
partment. Mr. Swnlin begins hlti now
duties on Monday next.
There1 Is nothing quite so good for
wash skirts, suits and children'
clothes as tho Galatea, now being
shown by Whitney & Marsh.
Tho second week of after stock-taking
bargains 'at Sachs' beglna next
Monday morning with more bargains
than ovor. As ninny of tho lines me
short; early shopping will pay.
Somo of tho newest shapes and de
signs -Jn ladles' hats may be suen ut
tho millinery parlors of Miss Power, In
the Boston building. Honolulu lndlcr
are invited tcrcall ami look them over
Alwayirset a watch that suits your
personal 'taste. The great variety of
casts' and' movements that are handled
by II. F. Wlchman & Co. gives you n
bettor' ohaiico to get Just what you
Do ou want to seo tho Walrus and
llie Carpenter, or Tweedledum nnd
Twtfe'dledce, or the Queen of Hearts
or Father William standing on his
head? Then be sUre to get tickets for
the musical tableaux nt tho Opera
Tho annual meeting of tho sbato
holders of tho Honolulu Ilapld Transit
and Land Conlpany will bo hold In
loom (509'Btaiigenwnl.l building on
Monday, Fobrunry IS at 9 n. m. The
directors request as largo uu attend
anco of shaicholders as possible.
js'bUlletin ADS PAY jig
WAR IS, IMPOSSIBLE
Terawhltl. SUly-seveii fiiini li.r
cloudburst iiruirri-d In the Itublo
In which one ninu wns killed mid
IGNORING OF MAYOR
(Continued from Pace 1)
considerable talking. They nay dial
tho (icnemor Ikih absolutely Igniued
tho first Mayor of Honolulu.
Fern, when seen this morning, sabl
that he did nut lecelvo tin Imitation
either from llie (luvenior or Hie com
mittee, lu be on the stun 1 nn I partic
ipate lu tho celebration of Lincoln day.
He staled, however, thai ho did receive
un Invitation for the cvrclres, held
last night in tho Opera House. When
asked whether ho had anything to say
nbout tho tlovernor's nctloji in the mat
ter., Fern rented to mnke nny state
ment. Chairman Atkinson polntH out
that no one wan invited to the review
ing stand and only the (lowrnor can
rolow troops anyway.
Legislators Alto Innored.
Another thing which nutcil com
ment among the spectators was tlie
fact that tho Senators anil Iteprexeii
tntlves who mo liKtown nhto were no
recognized by the ICxecuthc. Many
of tho well known men, such as Sen
ator W. O. Smith, Blood lu tho crowd
and wutched the parade of the troop
He was forced to peek tlmiligli the for
est of heads lu front of him, lu order
to sin the soldiers. Other Senator-
lind ItcpreicntatlvcH were likewise
helping tliomrelvuH the best they knew
A numbor of the hniv-liead Heprcien
tullves wuio illsvnsHlng yesterday the
action or llie Governor In not Inviting
thoni to tho stand. They snlj that
they weie entitled lo u Hpacc on the
stand, as the local militia wns parad
ing thioiiKli the streets.
Would Have Revenge,
"In order to square up with llie
Governor," snid nno of tho men yes
terday, "n bill will bo Introduced In
the House abolishing the militia ullo
gether. Hawaii Is safe enough without
tho National Guard. The Federal
troopsnro sunielent to protect Hawaii
liom tho attacks of tho enemy."
EDDIE BOYD IS-PAR0LED
(Continued From Page 1)
will go to work nt once ns u laborer nt
the Honolulu Iron Woiku. lift nnr
illeni stipend will bo considerably less
man wuai no onco received when lie
occupied one of tho high positions In
Ilojd Iim tervod the minimum sen
tiuto which, under the law, enn be Im
posed for the crime of which he wns
convicted. He was sentenced to servo
Ion yeurs, so he Is extremely fortuu
ate lp being paroled now. An effort
was made to obtnlu uu unconditional
pardon for him, but Governor Fiear
refused to grant this.
noyd's purolo, however, except In
that It lequlrcs that hg must llo In n
clicunispect manner and leport at reg
ular Inlorvuls, and that It does not re
store hi in to his civil rights, gives him
virtually as much liberty, If ho lemalns
In tho Inlands, ns If he had been grant
ed an absolute pardon.
Tho Ciiiiullan-Mexlciiii Steamship
Company announces the completion of
r. traino anangemoiit with tho MeU
can Central Hallway CoiApiny opened
on December 12 by Piealdont 1)1 iz
and u tliiough bill of lading will be
Kiien from llrltlsh Columbia nftei
Jniiuary, via Jlazanlllo,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, February 12.
IlItU.MKHTON Airlved Hell. 12:
lr. H. N. T. Supply, hence Yah. I.
Thursday, February 11.
VICTORIA Arrived Feb. 10:
S. S. Mnramn, hence Feb. 2.
LOCAL' NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu. T. H.f Feb. 11. Ifl. 9.
Kiihutiil Harbor Maul Island Kit
trance lluoy 2, led lst-cl'iss nun. pri
vate nld maintained by Knlliitul Hall
load C'ontpany, leporlod hrtiln-ii nwuy
from Hh mooring during n recent
storm will bo replaced iih kooh ns prac
ticable. I!y order of the Llght-llouse Hoard.
8TANFOI1I) B. MUSKS.
I.leut.-Commntidei', U. 8. N., AHslslnnl
lo the Inspector, 1'Jlli I.. II. Dlrtrlct.
DECI8ION8 HANDED DOWN..
As ii result of the Investigations of
the San Francisco Hoard of Inspectors
Into the collision between the tug Ida
W., nnd tlie sleam-scliooiicr Despatch
111 Oakland Cieek October 21, the fol
I ivvlug lludlligs were handed down nil
December B: Ciiplahi Mllfonl -I.
Ilrown of tho bin W. violated the
Federal Navigation hilM In' fnlllng
to stop bis engines vvbull ho blow it
danger whistle unit bin license Is sus
pended for fifteen days. Captiiln Ko
1.(1 1(7. of the Deiptitch Is exOnerutiil
f I oui blame.
Till: MAGNA KCA or Un. Inter-!-.-laud
Hleum Nnvlgatluii Coiuinny ur
rlveil late tills iiiiiiiilug fioin llllo mil
Maul ports. She was delayed In icv
eral places on account of null un I pi'
rengers. who were not on Ii in 1 wbei.
the Rteamer an I veil. Tlie Maun.i Koi
liiought it big crowd. ther being l.'lt
cabin pasrengeis. The piHsenge: i In
eluded n largo numbor of tourists, who
have been vlnltlug lu llllo nn.! at lb
Volcnno House. Among Ibo knmiulnit
who nrilvrd In her vvuie .1. II. O.isllo.
II. L. Holi'lrlu, Seuilor M'ikek.iu and
M'Ver.il others. Her cargo consisted
of the fottovvlii';' I lioife. 2 iiiiiomii
blles, 2d lumdlcH obla i-iatn 2l cords
wood, 2" barrels etup'y bollles. 2!l
empty kegs, 1 box pl, I box chickens
4 erates celery, K Ing-t uwa II pack
ages vegetables. Hi lugs lain, t;r. obla
ties, 14" packages nundies.
PUnSlCH PHILLIPS or Hu Minna
Kea, vihlili nrrlvi'd Ihi.i inonilng, le
I'Oils thn following mir 'mi Hawaii,
ready for hhlpmeut: Olaa, 1.1 R!H.
i hipping nil lo Mexican lud.iy; Wai-i
ken. SOtO. shipping to Mexican Inlay;
Hawaii Mill. ISuil; Wuliukii. 7150;
Onoirten. 15,000, 'shlpiiInK today: Pe-
lieekeo, naoo; llonomu ttfioo, nlilpplu;
today; Ilukalaii, 73d0; Lailpahoehoo
r.O(li); Ooknli, 72UII, shlipliig ldav;
Kuknlaii, shipped nil; Hamakua, lo.
out); 1,'aauhau, Mill); IIoiioXih iS.ihiu,
shipping today; Kiiklhaele, hen; Pu
lialiiu, 4GU; lloiiuapo, .inn.
TUB STCAMKIt Klnaii, whlc,h wub
expected lo urilve this moinlng will
return from Kiiu.il tomoiinw morning
Resides bringing Fug-ir, she will. It Is
raid, bilng along the lelurns of the
election, which Is belug'held today nn
Till-: MIKAIIAI.A will let urn rnim
Molnknl tniuoiinw nioinlng. Hho
brings mall and general cargo.
i PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per klmr. Mniiii.i Koa, 1'ieeui.in
from llllo nnd way pints, Feb, 13:--Mrs.
Howling, Mis. Frnnklc, Miss Shu
lilenian, T. T. CalT, Mm. Calf, Mm.
Dr. ItimJIialne, Miss A. Thompson
-Mrs'. Holmes, Jack Lucas, W. II. Hugh
ey, W. Holmes. M. II. llentou. J. F.
New lauds, J. T. Dllle, F. llmvoii, .Mrs.
llnwen, -Mrs. F. J. Patterson, Miss Van
Nup, .Miss Leeds, P. Peleisou, MIhs
A. Killers, A. II. Coi', Mis. Coxo mil
maid, Mrs, U. Page. Mrs. W. L. Hon
ham, Judge S. II. Dole. Mm. Dole, V
II. Illekuel, Mis. lllcknell, Miss H.
lleeker, W, J. Coelhn. M. Held. V.
Neiileniaii, V. II. Ilaker, Mrs. linker
F. Cruvvfrnd, Mi's. Cr.iwronl, .. n
Scalens, C. Cnbiirn, K. II. Palish. Mrs
Pailhh, MIsh Hodges, Miss Stone. Mm
tfochle. M. K. Kcalaw.i, Jim, T. Ilrown
W. I J. 1 lodges, Mrs. Hodges, F. 11
Slnno, Mrs. Stone. It. V. Morse. .Mr.
Morse, Jas. II. Castle, T. II. Ilimvn, .
A. Thurston, II. p. Dillingham. V. Slil
mini, Iviiii Dow, Miss Shlniljnma, C. J
iiecser. v, hiivii. II. P ckett. C. H. An.
Idegale, .1. D. Kiislmi, II. F. Wlciiiiiaii
llev. 8. I,. Desha, W. II. O. Campbell,
Mrs. Campbell, Dr. A. Irwin, -Mrs. lr
win nnd 2 children and servant. At.u
ter Ileers, W. II. Iloera, V. M. l.edg... ,
i. HeudeiMin, J. It. Tiilmiiii, Captn
Hrndley, Hov. T. Kiiho, I). K. KJuelil
S. It. .Ionian, It. A. Jordan, Fatbei
Wendolln, Mrs. Itancliel and child, Geo
II. Robertson, W. (1. Walker. It. It
Klglu, .Inn. Hind. It t: limni u i
llolsteln, II. M. Kiinlhu, J. F. Woods
i: i: Woods. V. S. Konll. James Par
ker, Krnest Parker. Sam Parker, ami
servant, It. If. Mnrkhnin. S. Sponcai
-us. upeiicor nnd 2 children. J. W
Pratt, J. W. Mo-mull, Mrs. MimiiiiII nnd
2 chlldien. A. K. Murphy. II. Unit. II
Pelris, J. Doffey. J. W. Waldrnn. J. O.
Young, Mis. P. Mm ton, Capt. .Inn
Uoss, .Inn. t. Ilaker. MIsh t Cum
niliigs, Thos, Jones. AdJ. Lewis, f" N
Splcer, I). V. Meyeis, D. Quill. C. II
scnraiier. Mrs. Sehrnder, Jim, . Fn
im- i',,i ...i.ii.... i. -.....
-, ....i. vmiiiiii,, !., inme, airs.
1'ilday, February 12
U. S. A. T. Slieildau, from Sail
Francisco, 11 p. m.
Saturday, February 12.
8. 8. Asia, Gaukrogcr, from Han
Francisco, S:C0 a. nt.
: '- i ,, .i
Vrlda). l'hru.trv 12.
Hlmr. Claudlnq.'llennetl, for Hawaii
and Maul, .", p. in.
i 8. 8. Asia, Gililkinger, fur Japan. I
I p in.'
"i DUE TODAY ' T
Jap. S. S. Ivllsagala Mnru. finm Yo
kohama. Am. bk. Allien Hesse, fiom Sim Pi"
drn." DUE TOMORROW
Slmr. Klli.ni. Giegmy, from Kiini.
Hlmr. Mlkuhala. Plllz. frnm Mdnk,d.
"" '.. . " '
UUU WUUelLbUAY. J
M. N. S. 8. I.urll.ie, Iniii. Hi u I i. ..-
clcn, n, in.
Am. bk. Muhlcaii. from San Fran
cliuo. ii, m.
j PASSENGERS ARRIVED ''
Per II. S. A. T. Khe-i.lan. fioin R,S
ri.lliclscn, Feb. 12- For Hiuinliilu.
Dr. Gen. II. Cas.ulav wife mil 2 rid!
dicn, l.leul. T. II. Cuiiuhi-li'itii mid
wire, Mis. (. it. ).,y, f,ipi. V. W :u
Inn, I IimiI. W. I.. Flnli'V .1 It lianiv
mid wire, l.leut. J. K. Iliuiir'. Capt A.
T. M-irlx wiru and Infant. MN Ki. pli
ens. ('apt. Mr 1). McAIMer and wli-.
Mm W. It. Nnji'H. (!iil. t" . Otweil,
Gen II. lllei-. C.ait. A. M. Slilpp. t' II.
HOiilhwoith mid vlre. I.t t'nt. ( r
Wondvvird mid wire. To Gu.inr Mi'
Frank II. Fieyer, It ' M Wn-lleU and
wife. I. W. Snliliuan, II A r!. -i To
Mnnlln: Mm. T. Adains, son m-d i Is
I'Tm, Geo. Dennett, Mm. J. It Hern
liein ami Infant. Mis.t T i h It.
t'ooHo, wife nnd son. Col W It Davis
and wire. MnJ, J. T. Dlckmai . wi;. and
daughter. Aim. I,. H. Dlngmaii. infant
and two i.lsters, I). I). I'imi-'.i mid
wire, l.leut. i:. J. Farrow, vile i-.,i
and mother-In law, I). P. Fnx li p.
II. Gunurll Mian PiiohiIm, Mr. II W.
Ilinileks. V. I.. Holland. W. " Ilm
and wife, Major II. 8. llnvvland. Miss
i:. G. llnvvMr. Papl Wm Ki Ilv. .lr,
P. K. Klrkp'itilek. Mrs. P il ultin
sfler, Henry A. May. Mi,. M i;.
Meigs, Mrs. C. C. Mitchell. 2 c-iiil i
tuul sister, Mrs. K. Morgan. Majo- tl.
II. f.IcMnsters. Miss Jane Ollvir. Pipt
Lo'Vls Pntstnuc, Major T. I lllnnes
Pol. W..C. Itlveis. Mia. Ilnli.n , mi ,ir jV
4 children, MM Pralins Aiilnii ILu
ler, l.leut. 1). L. Itoirni- Ml . . ( .
llukke. Gen. I., Huvh,,. MS '
Echrneter. Col. W. A. Shimk ami .if(.
J. il. Hmllli and wife, T. I. Kiere, ..
C. Hlutt mid wife Arthur W. Sv!:. ,'.
Mrs. G. II. Trllilo. l.leut J. I) Wi' I
and vviro. W. II. Wiumli'mul vv.fe. p.,;,t.
H. 8. Wilght ami mother.
Per S. a. Asia Gaukrnger lion- .-: "i
Fl.mrlsen, Feb. ).- ForllimnliiMi W.
II. Douglierly. For Yokohama' Pi,.
W. Hull. Vm Sh.nieh.il: M,-,. .:
I'oikI.is, Mrs. It. II. Cllllii'mui. ,
Manila: Mrs. P. M. Andei.in. M .)
Han ley. Mis. M. .1. Ilarllc. Ml,, i', .
ctlla Harlley, Miss Anna llail'i-v, Mb i
Km nu Dahl, T. J. Dlekermi:. M'h. p
J. Hlckerwin. .Mis. Gilbert Fill' A. II.
Johnson. Kiuln Jolmsnii. Fimik I ,n
Ing. Mis-! It. M. Mnnlii Mrs. DiV'i'"
McDunio nnd llifnnl Miss T lx Mel
vllle, Jhs Kmma l)el(ervnti. I . Mnr.i.i,
Mrs C. P. NIclmlMin, Mastei Mlile,
Nlcliobnii, Alius Claire NMi.iNnn.
Ibeodnrn I. (jwen, Mm. Tlinidoie I.
Owen mid Inr.uit I, o. Salmon, Mr.
L. (I. Salmi u and Infaiit, Jack Sea
Mm. II. p. Shirmuii MIih Hllih i
Slieimaii. Tlinmis T. Tuiiple i villi
nneva. For Ilangknng Dr. ('
PiiMer, Mrs. !. A. PiiMter. Mrs W II
Doilgheity. Mls3 Lucy Donglinli.
Father C. F. Glbney, n uu,,,,,,,,
MIsk Mai) llnuston. Mrs F llnwirl
Kevv. W I), l.ee. Father IJ J Mr I
lick, P. K, ,ivv, Mm. P. t-'li.iw. Win C
Hher.i. I'loni llnnoliilu: II H ., ,
PASCCNGERS DEPARTED T
Per rtmr. Pliiudlne for M.mi .ia n'.'
wall, Feb. 12 -IJ. il Hi .- A ,.,.
mini. J. W. Wadman B. II Itothlon
SUE FOR TOWING FEES.
Stilt in udnilinltv wii.i in... i i.. ,i...
1'iiTted States Dlstilu Pnuit at San
I'liincliico nu Doeeinlier in ,y tno
Kay Sleamshln Cniuoaiiv mn, r
the steamer ,1. j. .,,BS'Hf , ,,.
master and crew or Hint vc-el,
ngalnst the steamer llnmil,,! r.... i...
lug inlvage. It alleged that dm lug
uie p'lSMiige fiom IJinel.a lo San 1'ed-
10 tlie Loggia iii,,.,i ii in,, llfii.nl. I
ten mile:, west or Port Harlfurd and
i.t t'le leiiuejt or (he steamer's mni.K
towed her to S.m Pcdio u dhianen
of 17(1 ml'ei. A claim of IID.fllW for
mis hiiiviio la made.
Sea Wrciic, $?00
18-foot Motor Launch witli 4-0jrl-
Motor. S175. CotnnlMe
'HE CHARLES T) WALKETl. BOA'l
AND MACHIWE WORKS
King St. opposite South St,
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