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BVUMINQ 11UILUTIM, HONOLULU, T. II.. THUItSUAY, FKll. 2f, ,19011.
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WEEKLY CALEHDAR ' .
I METER I
iiiumhoav I b&I
haiuhiiav tSfl fioiu tliat used in H
y8d the tick room to H
All visiting members of the
Order are- cotdlally Invited to
uttend nicotines of local lodges
UARMONY L0DOK, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever Monday eulng at
1:30 In I. O. 0. 1' Hall. Tort Street.
L It. UllMJUY. Secretary.
1'. U WH'KL. N. 0.
All visiting brotneii very cordially
OAHU LODOE. No 1, K. of P.
Meets cny first and third Fri
day cve'ilng ut 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner 1-ort ami Uoretanln. ' VIsItluB
Cromer euiubilly Invited to ntteud.
r it. nl-ui:xt, c. o.
H U03L1NO. K. It. S.
HONOLULU L0DC1E 618, B. P. 0. E.
llojolulu Lodge No. C1C, 0. P. O.
li., will msft In ttiolr hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
log. Uy order of the E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. II. McINERNY, V. R.
War. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mcots every 2nd and Ith Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
Hull, cor. Tort and lleretania. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
toud. r. M. MiffUEW. C. 0.
E. A. JACOHSHN. K. U. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WF.D-
M 7 NESDAY evenings of each montn at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hell, corner
' Uerctnnla nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure InWted to at
tend W. L. I'KAZEE, V Prest.
H. T. MOOItE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meetb every first nnd third Thurs
ta of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
"""" dlall) tmlted to attend.
CJi:0 S VNDEKSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODt), C of K.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oraer for a tos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Tresh
Comer King and Fort Streets.
Tun st Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Arsilutely Pure.
' CONTRACTOR ind BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING. j
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221 j
KinR St.; P 0. Bos 914. i
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
' In tho Harrison Mutual Hcnevolotit
Association duo Dec. U,, 1!)08. 0.
llimuont Jan. ir, 1009. All aisti-
fc ments are payable nt tho Secretary's
v offlco. Kaplnlanl Huilding, King and
Illnnk books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufacturoil by tho Hullotln
ill the house is al
j..Mt a nccc ity.
We liave a large
fioiu that used in
the tick room to
the size for record
ing daily temper
ature out o' doors.
1 jjija the size lor rccora H
fi.-lj inn. rlniW (pmivr. iV
,' " W.J .,.. ,
SMITH & CO.
FORT and HOTEL A
COKQRLSS CARDS arc su
perior to all others. They
arc made right, and to never
get old and frayed and flimsy
before their time.
We have a large, fine as
sortment of them.
Alexander Yonng Building.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 hotels: "XT
At a Discount
arc jurt as easy to get as a good job
; of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
; Tom Sbarp
I Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BO'JTON BLDQ., PORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathinjr on the Beach."
Meali At All Houn.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water and Anorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
tesidence. niNQ UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water WorKs
12G3 Miller St.
M. E. DE SA
I 1S5 editorial rooms 250 buti'
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Strangers in Honolulu find what
they want quiekly when they Use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
Have you cleaned 'your 'sidewalk
this morning? If not, why ndtt
A grand clearance sale of ladles'
muslin utideiwenr begins at Mom's
next Monday morning,
Some new styles In Panama hatR for
sate at Expert Hat Cleaners, fort St.,
opp. Club Stnbles. Hats cleaned.
Mrs. Hiinna, 11th' avenue, Knlmu-
Kl, lias some choice settings of Hliode
Island lied eggs. Sea ud. this Issue.
Coat your Iron roofs with 'Arabic."
You will be surprised til Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
On Installments of S3 per month you
c&n purchaso a Whltn Family Rotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GC Fort St. Phono 488.
If Mr J V. Casey vlll c:ll upon the
bocretnry of Ihu local lodge of Elks,
at Nn. SO Alexander young building, lie
will rind n cablegram nwalling him,
Meet your friends at Roval Annex.
A newly fiirnlthcd room Is for rent
at HC2 llinnla Btreet.
Whitney & Marsh iinnniiiico n great
bargain tmtu of skirts to begin next
The names of the ofllcera elected to
serve for tho ensuing ear In the Mill
op Trust Co appear In this Issue.
A list of the officers elected to servo
for tho ensuing jear In the Koloa Sug
ar Co. is published In this Issue.
For the bust fancy and btnplo groc
eries, ring up 70. J. M. I-ovy & Co,
carry full Hues of all the finest brands.
King street, near Ucthel.
Wo have Just unpacked a new lot of
films, kodaks, and Velox, received on
the S. S. l'lelades. Honolulu Photo
Supply Co., Fort street, near Hotel.
It jou ure looking for household fur
nishings of any kind. It vlll pay you
to bee the new stock wofhave Just
opened up. The prices are right. Jor
dan's. Black nnd white silk and voile skirts
at reduced prices at Whitney & Marsh
skirt salo next Mn-vjay.
Tho extent anj cop-i of thu wireless
telegraph Is b-eiuulng better known
with each message tent, A wireless
will cover a thousand miles of bc.i In
Lists of the afllrcrs elected to serve
for the ensuing eur In the Kail Agri
cultural Co., Walohlnu Agricultural
Co. and the Wchn Agricultural Co., are
published In this Issue.
We hae Bhoes that nro unusually
mlapteil to wet weather wear. Thcj
liro made of a flnu velour calf which
sheds water, yet will tako u high pol
lull. .Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
Tho annual clean-up sale of wash
mntcilaU at Sachs' will begin Monday
inornlug, March 1st. Watch Saturday
and Sunday papers. Friday and Sntur
day are the last days of tho annual
COUNTY CASE NOW
IN SUPREME COURT
Job Hunters Throng The
Room and Listen
Tho argument of tho county caso bo-
fore tho Supreme, Court this morning
drew u largo crowd of Interested spec
tators, principally those whoso Jobs
depend upon the ultimate decision In
the matter, who hopu to get Jobs, or
who nro otherwise jiersonnlly con
cerned. W. A. Kinney made tho argument
for the respondent. Treasurer Trent
cat at his side, while In tho upper back
ground were Mayor Joo Fern and his
secretary, Charles llholkti. County
Attorney Cathcurt and his deputy,
Fred MllVcrtnn, appeared In behalf of
tho complainant, Charles Coster, which
lb lo say, the Hoard of Supervisors.
Hut aro they l;6'dd? 'Nowark News.
An elephant In Now York tho oilier
day bIczimI h pitchfork from Ills' keep
ers nanus unit tried to neat mm with
the Instrument. Why doesn't Senator
Tillman kwear out an Injunction? At
If Hnbson wants wnr. tot htm frv litn
bund with Hammcrsteln. Florida
ET DULLETIN ADS PAY -g
A Moit Excellent Auortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
WASHINGTON I). C, Feb. 24. Former Queen l.llluoknlanl of llu
wall lias been sued In the Supreme Court or (he Dletilrt or Columbia by
Dr. C. II; English for a fee uf$ll,0oo.
War In Balkans
ST. PKTE11SHI ltd, Uussln, Feb. 24. Pessimism over the llalkau
trouble Is deepening It Is believed that hiistllltles will bleak out be
tween Austria ami Servla within n fortnight. The Duma lenders; arc con
vlnced that war l- luevllable.
VIKNNA, An ii la, I'eb. 24. It Is reported lhat two-Au.-fil.in.i In
limed lo li spli have hceu lynched ut Cettlnje.
i i tm
LADY LYTTON AND MISS SOLOMON ARE
ARRESTED AMONG STORMY SUFFRAGETTES
LONDON, Limland, Teh, 24. Tho Suffrngcttes against stormed
1'arllanient todat The nrreBted women Include Lndy Litlon, d.iughler
or the ex-Vlccro "f India, and MUi
niler of Cape Cm The sltuntlon Is embarrassing tu Hie (!oern
SACRAMHNIO Calif., I'eb. 24. A Joint lesolutlon was Introduced
lull) the eglshituii- loday asking Congress tu call u couveiillou In iimeml
Ihu Constitution l' prohibiting polygiiiiiy.
SACIIAMKNIO. Calif., Feb. 21. -Tho Jnpanene censua bill has pass
ed. This bill appropriates JIU.UOU. to tnke a census of the Japaiu-te les
Ident In Cullfornl.i
i in i m
M'VEAGH OF PENNSYLVANIA
WAS1IINOTOS. I). C, Feb. 24. It Is believed that Piesldent-elert
Tnft has offered Hie Treasury portfolio to Mc'i-agh nnd that the lal'er
SAN FHANCISC. Calif., Feb. 2 4.
stolen from MIsh .lennlo Crocker ut n
GOVERNMENT'S CASE PRESENTED
WASHINOTON. D. C, Feb. 24 The llowrnmunt has rested II m
case against the American Suga'r Company.
NO GAMBING FOR NEVADA
CAHSON, Nev I'eb. 24. The .'intl
II on sen.
FORT GEORGE WILL
Boston Stevedore Said
Ship Would Be
As the days pass uud no news Is re
ceived of the? Fort (leorge, now 213
dayB out from New York City, various
Modes concerning tho probable fate of
tho Matson windjammer ate current.
The rumor that tho ship Is coining by
way of Capu of (lood Hope. Is being
revived, and apparently with good
grounds for belief
When the Fort (Jeorgo sailed from
Boston, tho stovcdoreH who loaded her
announced that she would never be
heard from ngaln, according to a story
lhat has come hero from tho Atlantic
seaboard. There was some filctlon
tetween Captain Fiillertou nnd the
Btovedores concerning tho maimer In
which the caigo or pig Iron should bo
taken on board, the captain's conten
tion or courso prevailing.
It Is said lhat (ho man In charge of
tho Job announced that he washed his
hands of all respomdhllity, and that
tho Fort (Jeorgo was sailing' lo her
At that (lino Captain Fiillertou made
tho statement that, should tho ship net
badly In rounding tho Horn, ho would
take tho longer, but safer, course, nnd
Leat his way around the Australian
When tho reinsurance nolleu first.
mado Its appearance, ull Mirls or
stories wero current on tho waterfront.
"Tho Fort Oeorgo Was of narrow beam
and might havo capsized In a hurri
caho." "The load of pig Iron might.
nave Miiiieu uiiii beiu uiu kimiu nnip
to tho bottom ot tho sou."
Tho Only rear ship captains seenisod
to have was that tho Iron windjammer
might have poker lifer head Into an Ice
berg and gono to l)avy Jones' locker.
Captain Fiillertou Is accompanied by
his wife this trip.
FARM CORN'S PIL1HIA;
At tho Police Court yesterday after
noon Judge Andrado took occasion to
pass some remark with lerercnco to
the professional 'conduct of Attorney
It appears that some months ago a
Chinaman who'was friendly with the
family of a young Chlneso girl, In
formed (he mother of (he girl that her
(iniightcr was missing from her house
A"few days later the Chliinman who
pretended to bo assisting the mother
Solomon, daughter or the e-l,ie-
- -A $110,000. penrl necklace was
St. lYnncIs Hotel ball this exenlug.
- gnmbllug bill hits passed both
To Look After Legislators
And Their Bills
The liar Association had a lery live
ly meeting yesterday afternoon nt
which some of the measures before
thu l.eglsli'luro were dli-cussed.
Tho iip-L-.o: of the hcsslon was tho
appointment of a committee consisting
or Attornvs Olcsou. WutMiu and Hob
crtson, to look idler tho bills 111 which
(ho members of the liar nro likely lo
Thd dhOrce law amendment wus
one of the bills that came up for u
good bhnro of the talk. The utturueya
do not lake kindly to the prevision
that leipilren tho prei.eneo of u deputy
Ironi tho Attorney (ii'iiei ill's depart
ment ut every hearing for dliorce.
Thin Is neomed unnecessary. Thero
nro other features or tho bill that will
be gouu Into tlioiini'ilily by tho com
mittee and nieinber.i or tho ll.tr.
Till: MAKUUA or thu Canadian
Australian line Is expected to arihe
l.ero next Tuesday moinlng from tho
Culonles. She left FIJI exactly on
lime, according to advices leeelved
l.ereby tho local agents, Already
there nro about flit- three people
booked lo leave lu her.
THU STKAMF.rt W. (1. Hull, which
has been tied Kwu of tho Manna Ken
wharf, wus lowed over to the muriiio
railway this morning, where she will
be given genet ul overhauling,
In her renrth for the girl, confessed
tint ho tin 1 abducted her.
I-arm Corun appeared on tho ninth
er'b hrhulf nt tho I'ollce Court, uud us
a lesull ol u conference between tho
abductor nnd the girl's parents, tho
accused man was released. Tho moth
or of tho girl received promissory
notes for n largo amount In payment
of tho damage sho , had sustained
through tho loss of thu girl's services.
Ono nolo for $100 was not paid, nnd
this formed the basis of a civil action
which was heard In com t.
Judge Andrndo considered thut Farm
Cornu had practically been on both
tides, uud ns he wns nn attorney, tho
Judgo considered this reprehensible,
and suggested summary pjoceedlng''.
Attorneys Humphreys and Douthltt
mado statements to tho Court thut re
su'ted lu the Judgo deciding not lo
tako .action In tho matter.
Farm Corun says ho does not feel
In the wioug about the mntter us ho
had effected n compromise, uud hud
naturally lo consul both panics lu the
s . .;" -r
j IN FOREIGN PORTS . I j Jln,AE? .1
Wednesday, February 24,
HAN I'llANCISCO-Arrlved Keb
S. 8. Texan, from Siillnii Cruz.
FOR FEBRUARY 22
Wood Recommends Their
If the Hiiggesltou of Secretaiy II. P
Wood of the Hawaii Womotlim Com-'.:
inlilei) Is ucloii upon favorably, 'aih
Inglon'H blrthiliiy will bo observed with
airh.itlc i purls or llko iMiteitalliuieut
jlMhu aflenioojis heticeforlh. In 111
icftei ib theiiKilrnTiuiiiiTil iiicmb'ers
of ihii IMiillinltnii Coiiimltlee, Wood
HpeKks of ho fuojeet. The leler fid
The suceesH nltendlng llu Finn III (
annual Fmral Parade, under the nbl
dll-ecllim of Mr.' T, H. Pelrle, niiiiulei
the periiiliuency of IIiIh mo.tl Inlt'iMI
lug oVeiil. Tim ittght-elriilval fo-ituri'
V;ns nlso n decided i.uci'eHH1'. Aunllii',
ear provision nlioulil ln made for br.l
llautly lU'litlug the nlleetn set nslilo
for the maskers.
"It would bo well nhii In rrrurv
for Nome speelnl fiMtmes for Hie :if
li-rnoou, Mteli ns surf tiding iouter.li,
ilc, thus l minding out the day mil
nlfordlug n relies of eiitt'ituluiiienlH
lhat cannot be duplicated elicwheie In
Mld-Wlnter. The twenty-second of
February Is nlrendy gettlui: to bo
known us Hawaii Day oil the mlulaud
uud It will lip u comparative!) e.iy
matter to Incieaso the Interest
"Our arrangements for n.l'erllslug
thM year's eienl T.cre quite ctmiplelo
uud we will see further tlml the main!
land press, monthlies, weeklies nnd
dallies, nro well supplied with write
ups mill photographs.
"Ily the next ste-uuer, we will nlso
send out Kiiuio 20uu marked copies of
our dally papers, coveting the United
States and Canada thoioiighly.
"Wo in under obligations to (ho
I'acldc Mall Sleuiiibhlp Company fo.
their couttesy In ict milling the U. S.
Mongolia lo remain lu port mil II the
morning of tho 23rd, Ihu urrnngi'iucn'
having been mado nt liur'rciiuVst.
"Ono of tho Mnngollu's through pas
fengers vjtis n special eorreripoiuli'ul
of the Itocky .Mountain Nowm, (pub
llshed at Denver), who promised to ar
range for an extended wilte-lip "f Ihu
parade uud carnival In tin early liirnlu
of his paper.
"Hy tho Mongolia, we tent six en
larged colored photographs to tho Or
ient. These will bo jilaccd In Cook &
Soii'h olllces ut Yokotmnn mid Hong
koug mid III tho leading hotels.
"Wo uio now making u.iother Spec
ial effoit lo Interest the Canadian Pa
cific lliilluu) nnd the Canadian Aus
tralian Steamship Company In en
larged plans for next cenron's luisliier.A
and iilre.nl) have the nssuraiice of
some of the leudlg olllel.ils or Ihese
Companies that the matter will be tie
lively liiken up.
"Tho following letter from Mr. Fred
C. Salter, Kuropean tralllu inauiigei
of tho Oraud Trunk Hallway uybtcm,
is d lntcichl:
"Liverpool January 11, llitiO.
"Mr. II. I1, Wood, Secictury, Hawaii
Promotion Committee, Honolulu,
"Dear Sir: I am today lu lecelpt
or jour postal card, dated Honolulu,
December tilth, whining your Islands
ns nn Ideal spot to spent Jhu winter.
"1 wish to congratulate joii upon
your enterprise; I inllij agree with
you that there Is hardly any more
beautiful spot lu (ho Win Id, Hum our
"It wum my pleasure hoiiio years ago,
when lUlug 111 New York to visit tin;
"I shall bo ery glad In our work to
bring thu iciourccH or thu Islands be
fore the Handling public, in our nov
prnpognndu on this side.
"I hop',' one or theso days wo will
have a lino or steameis i mining from
l'llucu llupeit to Honolulu.
"I him lunch pleasure lu sen Hug
)ou four pocket limps or tho (Irniel
Trunk rallywuy system, which may
bo of InUrest to )ou.'"
"Hy (he lust mull, wo leeelved. with
tho compliments or the uiithor, Mr.
Oscar Vojuleh, a book entitled 'The
Island Win hi of tho I'aclllc.' piibllshol
at lludapcst Forty-llvo of the four
hundred i ml nrty-IHo pages ure devo(
,.,, ,,, ,, , , I , inours ci i en in noon, ,iai nil eH.
ed to Hawaii, tho following niciitloiHiM . ... 4. ... , ....4,ii
our Cominlileo'H woil; appealing on
"'The Hawaii Promotion Committee
existing under the contiol or tho vu
I foils big comma clul houses, tikes.tlie
, place or a touilst otllco. All Informa
I Hon concerning trivelllng lu the Is
lands Is glum gratis. Tho first thing
jl did was to go (o (ho Piouiotlon Com
i milieu, to Hud out thu tlnio-tahlu ot
tho Iocn steamboat bcrvlco uud to sot-
tlo my arrangements for n visit to tho
other Islands. The olllco drew up .u
plllll for lue. mid nrili-rml luit-i.mi unit !l
'guide by uliLduhH telegraphy; uveu In
Wednesdns IVbruary 21
A H. 8. 8. Pleiades fnlm San I-'ran-Cisco,
3 p. 111.
Slmr. Claildlne, llciihelt, from Ha
waii mid Maul, a. m.
Wednesday. February 21.
Ilr. H. 9. KlvasloK.l'lil't, for Now
South Wales. I p, In.
.'. ... .
" llr. 8. S. Muiex, Tnpsrll, for Jupau.
I SAILINQ TOMORROW T
Ilk. Alden Hesse, Denny, for Illlu.
(). 8..S, Alaiucda, Dowdcllfrom San
Franelsco n, m.
uuti oMiunuMi i
All. H 8.
i bed, p. in.
Pleladi'H, for San Fniii-
I'rr Hlmr. Clnudiiio. fiom Hawaii ami
Muni. IVIi.-B.".-A. Destie!!, 0. F. Joneii.
1 1'. Jlmniy, W. A. AiiiIitfom. .1. .1. Dium-
iikiiiiI. H. Ah Look, Miss K, Maker. MrH.
K. K Kiibiikuiiluiin, W. 10. Iloiintne,
W. 1.. IHIIIiron. A.Ilorl)l. Miss llor
In. A. Wntlrhoiise, W. II. I'leld. 8. M.
Kiinakniiiit, wlfo. clilM and rervaut,
.M.ilMUKlg.i nnd ehlfd, Win (liecti, T.
A. llurinliigbntii, I). Conway. F. Slack,
Y. Vim Illhg and 31 deck.
j PASSENGERS OOOKED
Per Htmr. Cl.iudlue, 1 1 t-niic-i t . for
Maul mid Hawaii, Feb. 2H. ", p. tu.
Mils II. Klal'toua dipt. W. i:. Hal,
v.'ll'i nnd child Lieut. .1. K. Kiimiika.
1 1,., w y Kunft iilm () Mnekliilosli,
Miss Hilda I.yoni, Judge S. W. Klug-
h:ir. ntid wlfo, Mrs. fleo. 11. Schodder,
J. K. Nnkookon. (
I 'or hlmr. Mlkahntn, I'ederson, for
Hniial. Feb. 2:,, G p. m. A. S. Wilcox
timl wife, Win. Klllolt. A. l.-irnaeh,
Mist ICthuI Wilcox, MIsh Ida Me
Keagtli'. Jl Oueha. II. P. FnVe, llev.
1'otwlnc. O. I". Wilcox, M. J. Pereira.
Per slmr. Muutin l.na, Slmcrson, for
Madl and Hawaii, Feb, 2C A. Ahreni.
MrH. It. I.lster, A. Mason. Hev. O. II.
flullck nnd lfo, Mlsn Jennie nleene.
J. I). Paris, It. Hind, Mrs. Moore, Mls.i
! WATERFRONT NOTES V'
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
1 Illd Hay, Hawaii Island Cocoanut
Island Ileef Huciy fi, n 2d-clnss spar, re
ported ndrlft February 1, was rephued
Hy order or the l.lghthouso Hoaid.
STANFORD U. MOSHS.
I. lent. Conimaiider. If. S. N.. assistant
lo tho ItiKpector, I2lh I. II Dlslrlel
THK CI.AUDINi:. ' uriUIng this
morning rrom Illio mid Maul poils,
brought tweuty-nvo cabin and Ihlny
four deck passcngora and mall Her
caigo consisted of 102(1 bags siigur. "SO
bagi nitrate, 72 bagH Imnes. 2 b.ineli
empty bottles, GS bogs nnd llu p.uk
rges sundries. Purser Klbllug lepiut
iiHhat on Monday, while the steaiui.i
vnm at I.aiip.dioehoe, a Chinese llre
ninn'vwiH so ludlj liijuied by accident
that it was necessary for ('apt. Hen
llett loitnke his ship back lo llilo to
place tho Injured man lu the hdsplt.il.
THU I.IKCI.IKi: will leave fur Ho
l.okna nnd Kukiilhiiele. Hawnll, tinlny.
Flio sails ut r, o'clock. Oil her leliiin
dip sho will bring theep and c.iltlo
THIC MAUI, which sails ut S o'clock
lids nriernouii, will go to I'aauh.iii,
Kukiilnii uud Pap'ialo;i, lluwuil. She
will tako cargo nnd mall.
Tin-: fort nnoimi: is out
humlreil and twele days rrom
York today. Ca lain Fnllerlon,
ikliper, is accompanied by hl
TIIK HNTIHtPltlSK will arrlv
Illlu next Saturday morning nl d
Till-: MIKAIIALA. going to Kauai
tills urternoon, will leave at f, o'elorli.
Temporalities li a. in., 70; K j. in.,
71; HI u. in., 71; noon, 72, morning
Ilaionictcr, S :i. in. :lo20; ubinlii1
humidity. 8 a. in., r,.27l gi'.Jns per
cubic foot; lelallvu hiiiiildlly, S a. ui ,
1,1 tier cent; dew point, ,H a. in., CS
Wind U a. in., eleclty 20. iMieellou
N. i:.; S u. in., vch city 22. dliecllou
N. I.'.; HI n. in., velocity IS, illrecllon
N U.; noon, velocity 20, direction N. .
Itulnrall during 21 hours eudeil S a.
Total wlnl movement dining 21
Kin opo uii greater foresl'tht could lie
hhowti by iinjone liefnu, undei taking
11 Journey ' "
(Signed) "II P. WOOD.
Sea Wrous, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opjvj South St ,