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EVENING BU1LET1N, HONOLULU, V. It., SATURDAY, MARCH fi, 1909.
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Lei Aloha Chapter No 3, O. E.
Leahl Chapter No. 2, O. E. S.
Speclat. SA1 UMUAY
. Aloha Temple Regular,
' 7:30 p. in.
All visiting numbers of the
Ordor arc, cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meots every Monday evening at
J: 30 In I. O. O. F Mill, Tort Street.
E. II. HENDRY. Secretary
T. D. W1CKE, N. G.
All vlsltlug brothers very cordially
OAHU L0D0E. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
iuy evening at ":3U In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r. . nugent. c v.
It. OOJMNO. K R. S.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
llonr-lum Lodge No. 010, B. P. O.
., will meet In their hall on Kins
near Fort Street every Friday oven
Ins. lly order of tho E. It.:
HENRY C. EA8TON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, K.oIP.
Meets ovcry 2nd and 4th Saturdaj
evening at T:30 o'clock in K. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Iterctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW. C C.
E. A. JACODSEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvonlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oerctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. TRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
itajs of each month at Knights nt
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO SANDERSON. Sachem
E. V TODD, C of It
The best assortment over
shown in the city. STYLES
end PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets,
AMEEICAN-nA WAIIAN PAPER 4 ,
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu. I
Tel. 410. George Q. Guild. Gen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality i
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR ond BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Illank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by tho Bulletin
is a neces
sity on a tonr
It is tetter to
b: sure than
tion of acci
dents is not
and when they
happen a euro
in hand is
worth two in
a drug store.
See our kits.
THE BEST EXTANT.
HOTEL NEAB. UNION.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
Wc Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee com with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
; At a Discount
, are just as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
1 1 do work I do it right not cheap.
I Tom Sharp
' THE PAINTER
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDQ., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
T1IE IXORIEST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOABS..
W. C. BEEGIN, Proprietor.
(For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St. M. R. DE SA
1S5 editorial rooms 250 bujl
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Oulletln office.
fc Benson, fc
Smith & Co., Ltd.,
M Hotel & Fort Sts. M
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that' publicity can do toward finding
work for workers,
Hello Get Sullivan's hack, 200.
J. J, Page was among .tlic arrivals
thin morning In the Maunn Ken.
Dr. J. 11. Howell Is In town. Ho ar
rived today in the Mauna Ki..
A week of bargain! at Kerr's depart
ment etoro begins next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F Hatcheldcr arrived
today from Hawaii In the Mauna Kea.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morning 1 If not, why not
Bco Whitney & Marsh's window dis
play for tho new gfngtiams at ICc. yd.
Kclekolla and Torrcncc, two drunks,
were fined four dollars this morning at
tho 1'ollce Court.
Mr. and Mro. V. A Loomls returned
today from Hawaii, having arrived In
the Mauna Ken.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., for
Conncss, formerly of the Star staff,
Is said to bo returning from tho coast
In tho near future.
There will he a moonlight dance to
night nt tho Moana hotel. Friends of
tho Moana nro cordially Invited.
Edward Harris, who Is alleged to
have shot I'arker jostcrda.v, wax this
morning remanded by Judge Andruik
till March 13.
Lieut T V. C. Cleave, It. N., ar
rived this morning In tho steamer
Moana, to await the arrival ot tho
W K Andrews left on tho Claudlne
csterday for Maul. Ho returns In
limn to catch the Aorangl for Van
couvcr at tho end of tho month,
Several Juveniles wcro ileultli with
by Judge Andrado this morning, one
Cbas, Knhele, was admitted to proba
tion, and tho rest romanded for Inves
tigation. C. A, I'ollard, manager ot the Pol
lard Opera Company, arrived today
from Vancouver. His company, con
sisting of thirty-four members, also
C E. Edmunds of the Hawaiian
Trust Co., returned on the Moana, hav
ing made tho round trip for his health
Ho is much Improved and ready for
work once more.
Four men,, W Powell. T Drown, V
Ward and Alf. Wilson, wctg this morn
ing remanded till Monday under tho
vag Act Tho quartet probably hoard
ed the-Moana, which silled for FIJI at
Mrs J Rosenberg announces an ex
hibition of special designs In French
ond eyelet hand embroideries. Trous-
seaus a specialty. At her parlors, 9
nnd 10 Alexander loung building,
Honolulu, T. II.
Meet your friends at Royal Annex.
At tho conference of tho Methodist
Mission of Hawaii, held last Friday
mornln, a resolution, which was pre
heated and adopted, was forwarded to
tho legislature, protesting against tho
change of tho present liquor law, Tho
resolution wos signed by R'shop Chas.
W- Smith, John W. Wadman, John T.
Jones, John M. Martin and Y. C. Kim.
Tho funeral of tho lato J. O. Carter
will take place tomorrow afternoon In
tho Central Union church, Dr. Scud
tier nnd Ilev. H. Parker officiating. Tho
local lodge of Odd Follows will con
duct n service at tho grave Bide. Tho
pallbearers will bo S. M. Damon, Dr. J.
M. Whitney, E. Faxon Dishop. Cecil
Drown. H. F. Dillingham, P. C. Jones,
M. P. Itoblnson and W. O. Smith.
Frohmari favors Howes for wlfo'a
Mmc. Stelnbcll Is recharged wjth
being responsible for tho death of
"Kipper" arousps Ilcrlln with his
mysterious attackB on woiuoji,
Sea burial was held, legal in Now
York when tho suit of Dr. Chalmers
Prentice of New York against tho
North German Lloyd Steamship com
pany for $250,000, charging" that
company with burying his wife at
sen against orders, was dismissed In
tho United Stajes Circuit Court.
K. A. Temple, founder and presi
dent of tho Dankers' Llfo association
of Des Moines, Iowa, died of heart
rallure at Orlando, Fla. Mr. Temple
waB 77 years old.
George Itlvcrs of Champaign, III.,
was shot to death by Henry Mallard,
a tenant '"whom he tried to eject.
Dallard gave himself up to the police,
Recorder Piquet In Augusta, Oa.,
fined seven negroes $30,000,000 each
jach on their conviction of falling to
ulspoip of garbage. Then tho record
er suspended sentence on the pay
ment of II by each defendant,
Mrs. Deatrlco Drunor GodfroV, well
known In Chicago, In Ilpston obtain
ed a divorce from Arthur W. God
frey, son of a millionaire, and at the
samo time (he suit" of the husbant)
against Mrs. uoarrey, naming Illch'
ard Carle, tho nctor, was withdrawn,
French exporters fear tariff war
und Insist on reduction of duties to
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Afiaha Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHOHEIhIb"
THE BEST "FITTEES" IN TOWN.
OYSTEH HAY. L. I.. Mnrch 5. Ex
day oxcept for n deluge, of letters nnd
world. It will bo Impossible for hi in
will sail for Africa on the 23d of this
COST OF INAUGURATION
WASHINGTON, D. C, March P. The Inauguration rnsunltlcs vvete
three dead, three fatally lnired, nnd sovcnty-flvo minor Injuries. There'
are numerous cases of pneumonia, besides which tho blizzard caused much
Buffering. Speaker Cannon sajs ho will work to have tho date of'Innug
uratlon Day changed to May 1.
WASHINGTON ,D. C, Mitch C William
President Kooscvclt, has been nominated for
m i i
SPECIAL SESSION OF
SALEM, Ore, March .'.
of tho Legislature.
SENATOR CHAMBERLAIN SWORN IN
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 5.
nna sworn In today.
m i i i
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY RESIGNS ON ACCOUNT
DISAFFECTION WITH THE PANAMA LIBEL
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Mnrch B United 8tntes Attorney Kenllng has
resigned. He, Is not In nccord with the Government over a strained Intel
prctntjon of tho law in connection with tho Panama libel case against
the Indianapolis News defendants.
m i mtm
BLI?ZARD TIED UP BALTIMORE
IIALTIMOIIE, Mil., Mnrch d. On nccount of the lillrrnril this rlty
has no communication with the rest of tho country except by wireless.
The damage done horo by the storm will amount to $1,000,000.
i l i Ci
RICE CONTINUES HIS STRUGGLE
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 5. A dramatic nppeal was mailu In the
Supreme Court today by Patrick Rlee, scntcncpl to Imprisonment for life.
He personally pleaded for liberty or electrocution The case of Rice bus
been one of the most remarkable In the criminal history of New York A
lawyer, he was sentenced to death and fought his own nppeal. He secured
a commutation of sentence, but this does not satisfy him.
Big special week at Kurr'a on Mon
day. Cash's waBh trimmings at Whitney
Kerr's now stock to hand. Some
astonishing bargains uru quoted in
their ad today.
Miss Power Is showing a very hand
some and cxcluslvo assortment of tho
latest Spring millinery styles In her
millinery parlors, Doston building.
Wo havo Just received a handsome
now lino of Bprlng goods. Dress goods,
millinery, trimmings, nnd ready-to-wear
goods, all tho latest dcslgps In
the new Spring patterns. Sachs'.
DEPARTMENT OF HAWAn
(Continued From Pace 1)
tho Administration hud bettor dovoto
moro of Its attention to collcclng
taxes before calling for moro taxes to
meet tho bills,
Tho general meeting was well at
tended, somo twenty members being
present. F L. Waldron occupied the
chair. After the minutes ot the
previous meeting had been read, tho
matter of tho merchandise tax and
tho shippers' wharf tax enmo up for
Tho special committco on trndo anil
finance, comprising E. II. Paris chair
man and W. T, Lucub, prcsontcd n
report on tho licenso problem. These
two gentlemen had looked Into the
matter carefully, and had tried to ob
tain frpm tho Treasurer, A. J. 'Camp
bell, his Ideas ot a remedy for tho
present stato of affairs. Tho report
concludes as follows:
"Wo find that a number of firms
And Individuals aro not paying tho
license fees, according to tho law na
"We would suggest that a special
legislative committee, be appointed to
look Into the existing licenso and tax
laws, whoso further duty It would bo
to consider leglslatlvo mattere and
all proposed bills which may bo
brought before tho Territorial Legis
lature, It bolng the further duty of
this committee to confor with n like
committee, from the Chamber of
Commerce, and, If possible, act Joint
ly. "It Is stated that out of thirty or
forty commission merchants horo only
seven have paid tholr licenso fee for
doing business $100 each; and that
tho Government Is losing any amount
of money by not collecting such
Mr. Paris said that Sonator Chll
llngworth had asked him to bring up
the question of whether or not It
would ho advisable to legalize tho
quarantine wha'rf tux. Ho stated that
- Presldcnt Iloosovclt had n nulct
telegrams from all parts of the
to nnswer n tenth of them. Ho
I.oeb, Into secretary of
Collector of tho Port of
-Tho Governor bus called n spcvl.il session
. IJftlM W J I ' mi
suggestions for the legalization hud
come from some sources, und sug
gested that, if legalized, the bill
should designate for what specific
purpcu; the money shall be devoted.
Paris stated that It would only he a
matter of time till somo merchant
would refuse to pay tho tnx.
Mr, Petrlo of, Ciiktlo & Cooko said
tho wharf tax nmountod to $1!,000
per annum. As far ns ho know, tho
only ones evading It wcro tho coal
find lumber people. The conl people
oujcci to paying tne tax, as the value,
of their goods Is so small in compar
ison to its bulk. Thoy consider thnt
It Is unjust that thoy Bhould pay that
tax pc"r ton, ns coal Is only worth
about $2, when a sniull package of
merchandise worth, perhaps, $1000,
would only bo liable for the ten
Mr. Angus of Davles & Ci. was op
posed to legalizing the tax, us that
would result in tho money being put
Into tho public Treasury, and then
It would "bo squandered."
Mr. von llainm thought It best to
Icnvo things na they nro. Tho money
wns of great uso In fighting epi
demics, and If tho coin was locked
up In tho Treasury, It would bo hard
to get It out when required.
Mr. Lucas of May & Co. did not
think tho tnx equable, and certainly
noT'when applied lo tho grocery busi
ness. Tho coal nnd lumber men
could easily ndd. ten cents to u ton
of coal, and mako tho consumer pay
It, but In tho grocery business It was
difficult to do this. Consequently his
firm was paying from $B0 to $100
per month out of their own pockots.
Mr. Hlggs said that If tho Govern
ment officials would enforce tho law
properly thoy could collect n vnBt
amount of monoy thnt would be very
acceptable Just at present. Mr. King
remarked that tho Inw was weak, but
Mr. Rlggs said that whb not tho trou
ble tho law was all right, but tho
weakness lay In tho propor enforce
ment of It.
Tho matter nf the wharf tax was
left ns It la nt present, hut tho Mer
chants' Association will nddicss a
lottor to tho Shippers' Whaif Com-
mltteo relative to the coul nnd lum
ber people. Tho meeting ndjournod
Ono thlid of tho American em
ployes In tho I'annnut cannl zone
aro married nnd thoro nro moro
American clill.lt on thero than of any
other nutlonnllty, nccordlng to flguies
given out In Washington.
Alnrmlug drought Is roported from
Llano county, Texas, whero cnttlo
aio starving. Thoro has been no rnln
since enrly last full.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MA0HINE WORKS
King St, opp'-y'tfl Souttt St.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Saturday, March 0,
SAN FRANCISCO- Arrived March 5
Schr Jus. Itolph, from llano, Feb. 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnrch C:
Schr. W. II. Marslnn, from llllo.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled Vnrch G:
U. S. A. T, Ixignn, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnrch C:
S. S. China, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived March C:
8. S. Mongolia, henco Feb. 23.
Friday, March 5.
TACOM A Sailed Mar. 4-
S. S Texan, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 3:
S. S. Illtonlim, hence.
SAN FRANCISCO Salted Mar. I:
S. 8. IlMides, for Senttld.
KAHULUI Sailed Mar. 3:
Ilktnc. Mnkawcll, for Elcole.
Wednesday, March 3.
SAL1NA CRUZ 'Sailed Fob. 27:
S. 8, Virginian, for San Francisco.
8ALINA CRUZ Arrived Feb 27:
S. 8. Mexican, from llllo Fob. 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnrch 2:
Ilktiio. 8. G. Wilder, for Honolulu.
HONOll'U Sailed March 3:
Schr. Defender, for Snn Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 3:
M N. S. 8. llllonlan. from Honolulu
Tuesday, March 2.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Feb, 27.
8. 8. Virginian, from San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled Mulch 2.
Uktno. S. G. Wilder, for Honolulu.
Monday, March 1.
VANCOUVER Sailed Feb. 20:
8. 8. Moana, for Honolulu.
SAN TRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 27.
S. 8. Texan, from Snllun Cruz.
PORT OAMIH.E Sailed Feb. 27:
8chr. Allco Cooke, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 27'
8. S. Siberia, for Honolulu
HII.O Sailed Feb. 27:
8. 8. Mlssourlan, for Snllir. Cmz.
Saturday, February 27.
VANCOUVER Sailed Feb 2-
8. 8. Monn.i, for Honolulu
SEATTLE Arrived Feb .'.'
S. 8. Toxiui, from fan Friurl-H-ti.
GRAYS HARllOll S.illei Feb. 27:
Schr. Alice Cooke, lor Honolulu
Friday, February 20.
SAN FRANCISCO- Anlvei' Tub. 20:
8. S. Koioi, hence Feb. 20.
8, S. H)iidcH, hento Feb. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Feb. 2:
S 8. Tciijo Main, for Honolulu, 2
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 20:
S. 3. Asia, henco Feb. 13.
Thursday, Feb. 25, 1S09.
PUNTA ARENAS Arrived Feb. 20.
S. S. Alaskan, from llllo Jan, 23, en
roulo to New York.
Wednesday, February 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb, 21.
8. S. Texan, from Salluu Cruz.
ACCORDING TO THE waterfront
people, tho schooner Concord, which
sailed for tho South Sen Islands, will
arrlvo nt Christmas Island, where, it
Is said, a Ilrltlsli vessel will bo found
dvlng .off tho Island. Ebcn I .on, who
went uloiig ns tho icpresintntlvo of
tho Miller Snlvngc Company will then
negotiate for tho purchiito of the rev
muliiB uf thu Aeon.
THE FREIGHTER Allzounn of tho
Amcrlcan-Huwullan line, cnrr.vlng 12.
000 tons of sugar from this port, Ic it
yesterday for Elcolo, Kahuliil, Knana
pnlt und llllo, to tako In Hiigir at tlio.io
portB, before salting for her home
THE HHI.ENi: arrived HiIh moinlng
froiri Kaiiiio, Hawaii, bringing !U20
bags siigur from Ooknla Sugar Co.,
2900 from Hnmnkiia Mill Co., 71 head
cattlo from Knaluiilii Ranch and S
THE DARK Andrew Welch, which
has been receiving sugar fiom tho
.Mauna Lo.i, which arrived jesterduy
from Knna, moved over to thu mil
road wharf this moinlug to take In
THE ARMY transport Thoinns. Cap
tain Lyman, which arrived yesterday
noon, left 111 tho afternoon for tin
Stntos. Her passengers, before sailing
wcro serenaded by tho Hawaiian band.
THE FOLLOWING sugar Ib icnily
for shipment on Kuuul: H. M 1390;
G. l 2105; M. S. Co., 2",000; K, S.
Co., $3330; K. 8. M 850; Koloa, 2200;
G. & It., 538S.
THE CLAUDINE left jesteiday for
her regular ports of call on Muni and
Hawaii. Sho took mall, freight und n
Email list of pussengcrs.
THE JAPANESE oil steamer 8o
Muni, which arrived yesterday from
Peru, left today ut noon for Yokohama
THE ENTERPRISE, which Is load
ing sugar nt llllo, will leave for thn
Coast next Tuesday,
IIouso committee lccommends le
ductlon In duty on news print pupor.
Miss Rita Mahoney weds, sepnratcs
from and Is icconclletl to T. F. Ruikc,
Chicago leal estate broker.
The students nt Columbia univer
sity In Now Yoik havo Issued a do
cieo saying that tho only hazing In
which sophomores will be allowed to
paitlclpato will bo tho tea paity
given to tho fieshimm on thu open
ing day of school.
Saturday, Mnrch fi.
II. M S. Moana, from Vancouver,
8.20 n ni.
Stmi Mauna Ken, Freeman, iiom
llllo and Maul, 7:10 n. in.
Stmr. Klnnu, Gregory, from Kauai.
6 u. m.
Stmr. Helcnc, Nelson, fiom Hawaii,
0:15 n. m.
Friday, March S.
Am. bktn. Fiillorton, for Gavlotu.
0:30 p. m.
AMI. S. S. Arlzonnn, for Kaanauall.
10 p. m.
Saturday, March (!.
It M. 8 Mo.inn, fur Colonies, 12
T. K. K. 8. S. Soyo Mum, Ota, for
Japan, 12 noon.
Stmr. W, (I. Hall, for Kauai, u. m.
Per stmr. Mnunn Ken. Freeman,
fiom llllo nnd wny ports, 7:30 n. m
Mutch fi. V. A. Loomls, Mrs. I,oom
Is, J. A. Waters, Mrs. WutciB. C. K.
WJIIInms, F noteholder, Mis. Hatch
elder, Miss C Corey, MIsb Jasco, Mts
Alkln, D. II. lUnghnm, Mrs, lllnghani,
L. Chllds, Mis. Chllds, P. Casey. D.
II. Plckpu, J no. Nalton, Mrs. A.
Nojrs. Mrs. J. L. Ashley, Mrs. W. A.
Wall, Mrs'. L. A. Diinuin, C. II. Mon
.no, Mrs. Monroe, Mrs. 8. II. Kirk.
Mis Hughes, W. M. Klintnson, Mrw.
Klliitlicnu, W. K. Miillkc, Mrs. Monkc,
I. W. Casey, J. A. Damcdlnnn, v .
Cnrdlnglcy, J. P. Norton, J. J. Page,
V. I). Lang) ear. Mrs. Kclley, C. A.
N.iTes, Mib. Nnres, Mrs. Ilcaton, Miss
Smith, C. Smith, .1. W Smith, C. Nlr-
. ol, V, C. Lash, Kim Fook, Mrs. Klin
I'ook and five chlldicn, K, Gclseekc
S P Incolwn, Mis. Jurohscn, C. I".
('lemons, I)r J. M. Unwell, Jns. M.
olmw. i:. 11. Cant. Nnn Alull. L. W.
Offult, Mrs. A. V. Peters and child,
.Mrs. S. (laidn'er, 11. E. MiOiinn, .1.
II. McGtinn, II. I,. Aldrcdgo, T. K.
Itoblnson, A. tA. Wilson, J no. Illnil,
II. It. Hrvnnt, T. W. Giey, Miss Stew
n I. Dr. O. A. Nott, F. J. Hare. Dr.
A. C. Wall. Snin Parker, Jr., Unbelt
Fil-U, R. 8. Norils, J. 11. Wall, A.
Emu, J. K. Tnjlor, 1). II. Case. E
Hiiuiieby, C. II. Klucgcl, Mrs. 8) mi.
From Vancouver, per It. M. S. Mo
nnn. Mar. 0. Miss L. Skllllcorn, Mra.
M. Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Amilstend,
Mlssen Aimlstead (2), Mr and Mrs.
F. I.ctrlt ami child, A Mackenzie,
Lieut. T. W. C Cleave. R. N., A. S.
Nlekerhon. A. (I. Hanson c. A. Pol
lard, Mrs. It. nn-l Miss Hewitt, Mlsa
F. Allen, Mrs. W. A. Taylor, MIbs I.
limes, C. E. Edmunds, I)r und Mrs.
McKondrco, II. Phillips, C Porter. Mrs.
It Parker, It. Dickson, Pollard's Opera
Company (31 members), A Wnlluco, C.
Zlclinc, Mr. and Mrs. C Johnson an I
family, W. Wlnsley.
Per stmr. Kiiiiu, Oregoiy, from
Knii.il, March 0. C. A. Rico, Mra. W.
P. Sloddart anil child. I). O. Nell, Capt.
Ilrndley, An Wong Ho nnd 3 deck.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii. March 5, 5 p. m Mis. W. II.
Dens, It. A. Jordan, II, M. Aloxander
and wife, (1. P. Wilcox. W L. Illlgor.
II. T llnysolden, 11. M. Glttel. Dr. Dei
by, A. Onrtcnberg, J. P. Mak.iliinl, Mis.
A. J. Gomes, Misses rjomes.
THE MAUNA KBA, arriving tlil-t
morning fiom llllo and Maul, brought
n good load of passcngeis, a number
of whom wero tourist's who hnvo been
visiting tho volcano. Her cargo con
sisted of tho following: 2 nutomoblles,
1 bugs rnln, 3 empty enrhovs, 5 empty
di tints, 10 empty wlno birrels, IG emp
ty kegs, 23 empty barrels, 101 ,-ih
empty bottles, 75 hides, 20 cords wood,
1 cow,' 1 calf, 2 goats, I case.) chick
ens, 11 cintes celery, 18 pick'igcs veg
etables, 89 bags turn. 2G pltceK Jap in
eso oais, 10 bags nwu, 111 packages
THE KINAU returned cuily till
morning fiom Knual with six cabin
nnd threo deck passengers. Her cugu
consisted of 3011, bugs sugar fiom II, i
nainanlu. 72)3 fiom Grovo I'.iun, 98
bugs middlings, 2 bundles hldos, 2
boxes pigs, 1 box chickens, 17 packuges
humbles. Pmser Logan, who Is Ink
ing John Grulio's place, reported that
Iho Mlkuhalu was illsthniglng Height
nt Wnlmea yestcrduy nnd Hie Ko An
Kau ut Kllaiicn.
PURSER PHILLIPS inports tho fol
lowing sugar on Hawaii, leady "for
Bhlpmont: Olna, 18,114; Walikca,
330(1; Huwiill Mill, C500; Wdliuku, 111.-000-
Onomvi, 97ti; Ptipcekei 910 1,
Hnuomii, 11,800; Hnkulnii 11.00U, Lull
pahochoe, 15 000; Ookala, 1000; Kukul
an. H. 3303, 4. 1933; Iamakim. 14.000;
Pnuuhnu, 14,150; Honokaa, 10,000; Ku
kiiihaolc, 3700; Puiialiiii, 070; Ilonti
THE STEAMER W. fi Hull, wlilc-h
has boon undoigolng general lepalis
on tho marine railway, Is nj;iiln ready
for n dip to Kiiunl. She halls toinui
low Tor Nnwlllwlll, piob-ibly lu emu
iiinnd of Captain Thompson, llor reg.
. y.- ii.
n lummikitfitiA,-i MjlL: .