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EVENING ntULETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY, MARCH ft, 1009.
llonoluln Commandcry Reg
u!ar, 0 ). in.
Ocismc Second Degree.
Lit Alalia Chapter No 3 Reej
All visiting members of the
Order nro coidlally invited lo
attend, meetings of low! lilge
HARMOUY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1
MeeU evei7 Aond., evening l
J:S0 in I. 0. O F Hall. Port Street
U. II. IIENIiilY, Senotary
!' I). Wli Ui. N
All vIsUluB broihon vuy tordiall)
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P
Moeu very first ind third Fri
day oveulug at 1." In K- of !' ""
coiner Furl und Ueretaula. VUltlug
Druthers cordially Invited to nttenrt
T R Nl i,r l, C V.
It. U03L1NC. K 11 8
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E
lloneluu I,odgo No. 010, 13. P. O.
E., will rn--t In tnelr lnll ou Kin
uenr Fort direct eory Friday even
Iuk. lly order of the K. R.:
llOHltl 0. 12A3TON,
WM. II. McINEItNY, i:. It.
V7m H'KINLEY LODGE No.O, X.ofP.
' Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'rlock In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. Port nnd ricrctaulu Visit
ing brothers cordhlly Invited to at
tend. r. m M nitnw. c c
12. A. JACOilS12N, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F, 0.
Meet ou thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evnlng3 nf each month at
7.30 -j i lock In K. of P. Hull, corner
C-ruUnta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
W L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
II T MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meota every flrsc nnd third Thurs
days of enrh month at Knights ol
PytMas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn attend.
OEO R'.N'DEHSON. Sachem
J2. V TODD, (' of It
Ths best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lshnhardt's Candy, Tresh
Center Kin;; and Fort Streets.
All lands in rolls nnd shiets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Pert and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel 410. GenrRf G. Guild. Gen. M$;r.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaiantced Absslutcly Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
, PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Ofllce: Honolulu 'Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Illanli books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc manufsrturnd by ' tho llullotlii
B LOOK TO THE I
LOOK TO THE
We sell ou a
plant food that
ntlds life niul vis
or to Ferns, Vio
and Grass. This is
not nn experiment
but a tried mid
Hotel & Fort Sts.
is written on every piece ol
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
arc just as easy to get as a good Job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work 1 do it right not cheap.
Elito Bui'ding. Phone 397,
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG.V FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLOREEST, HOTEL YOUNGBld
The Finest Bathing' on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOAR8.
w. c, JJEKUIH, proprietor.
For .Uistilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
! 1203 Miller St. M. E. DE'SA.
185 editorial rooms 250 "'
ness office. These are the 'telephone
numbers of the Dulletln office.
II Hotel & Fort Sts. A
J Ice Cream I
i THE BEST EXTANT.
I Palm Cafe,
Q HOTEL NEAR UNION.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that publicity can do toward finding
work for workers.
Hello Get Sullivan's hack. 290.
A clean city means a healthy city.
Meet your friends at Rotal Annex,
Illshop Smith leflior the mainland
by the Siberia today
Tim Alameda and the Nlpism Mam
arrived In San Francisco today.
Surgeon J. Stcpp, U. S. N It n
through passenger un the Siberia.
Oco. A. llachelder nnd, wlfo de
parted In the Siberia this morning.
Hon Qeo. It. Carter will speak at
the Commercial Club tomorrow noon.
Waller Dillingham went' to San
Francisco In the Siberia ou business-
Paymaster K. It Wilson, I). S. N,.
arrived on the P. M. S. Siberia yes
terday I you nro looking tor any of your
frlondj go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find thorn.
Take your carriage or nulomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
up-to-dnto, repairs. ,
Major Ilcechcr II. Hay nnd Mis.
Hay ai rived here on the Siberia from
the Orient yesterday.
W. I., llllgor and family left for
their home In Senttlo this morning
ou the Pacific Mnll liner Siberia.
Look (Hum, n Chinese, charged with
language unfit for publication, was
reprimanded and discharged by Judge
Papa, wia iiscit somo shocking Inn
guagu )csterday, was sent over Hit'
water for ten das, by Judgo Andrade
Havo -you cleaned your sidewalk
uus morninfri u not, why not!
Jack McVeigh, supertetendent of
the leper settlement, IV booked to
depart for Molokal this afternoon on
IsJillaBhl was fined six dollar and
threo plunks costs for assault and bat'
tery, Judgo Andrade handed him Ms
sentence this morning.
Three gamblers, Frnser, Kahalcna
and Kam, were fined 7 this morning
nt tho Police Court. A number of
enscs were remanded till tomorrow and
tho next day.
C. J. Hutchlns was among tho out
going passengciH In thu Siberia. He
went to San Francisco and will prob
ably extend his trip to New York, be
foro returning to Honolulu
There Is talk of an Irishman's din
ner being held on St. Patrick's day.
It Is to bo hoped tint the rumor Is
true, as there :no quite a number of
native of tho Enuiald Isle In Hono
lulu, who can he relied upon to make
tho Thistle club feast look llko a Sun
day school picnic tn comparison with
tho Shamrock layout.
NO REDUCTION .ON
Cut Freight Rates,
According to Mr. Uajcr, of the Pa
cific Mall Steamship Company, tho
statement mada in tho morning patter
that Ms company was cutting the
freight rate from (3 SO to $2.50 per ton
is Incorrect. Mr. Uayer doea not know
how the mistake aroso.
Mr. Morse) of the American-Hawaii
an company, on the other hand, jiiuiuu
this morning that his company was
reducing the rate one dollar per Ion.
Tills reduction applies to (ho cargd
carried by the Pleiades, which leaves
San Francisco ou.lho 13th Inst
Roth tho MaUon Company and the'
Oceanic lino nro awaiting. Instructions,
from tho mainland. Cables ham been
sent with referenco to the cut In the
freight rates, and until answers aro
received no stops will bo tuken In con
ncctlon with tho matter. Much specu
latlon Is being Indulged in as to the
effect pf tho cheaper rates on Importv
to this city.
THE KINAU, which went over tq
Knual yesterday morning to bring
Lack C. M. Cooko audi family, returned
this morning, docking at, her wharf
nt 4:1C o'clock. She will leavo again,
this afternoon for her regular run to
Kauai, returning on Saturday.
Rov. W. P. McOlaskey threatens to
stir up scandal on return to Alameda.
Canadian encroachment threatens
to cripple halibut trade of Tacoma
Steel trust-announces, plan to cut
prices and form open market In
Reunion planned of class of 1871
of San Francisco Lincoln school with
master and former superintendent.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE MS.
JTHE BE8T "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
NEW REVENUE PLAT
WASHINGTON, I). C March 8.
revive, the wnr .revenue stamp tax of
vVhe duty on lumber will Me reduced about om-hnlf.
Hides will be put on the free list, nnd other substantial lediicllonn
will he made.
8ecrctnry of the Treasury Franklin MaeVengh, In nn Intunli-w, xnjs
thhl the stnmp tnx will be n ccessary liernusc of the serious dellell In
the revenue receipts of the country fiom customs duties' ojnl other
LAROE RUSSIAN APPROPRIATIONS
: x , MUSCOVITE ARMY AND NAVY PLANS
ST. PETEHS1IUHO, Hussla, March
Rlon, has voted extraordinary credits.
Army and for stocks and inunltlonu,
SPERRY RETIRES; SCHROEDER IN
WA81IINOTON, 1). 0 March 8. Adiulrnl Hperry loday hauled down
lilif Hag nn commander of the Atlantic Fleet, nnd was sucteedeil by Ad
AIRSHIP 'MAN KILLED
SAN PI'2DHO, Calif, March 8.
nn ascension here, was cnirlcd nut
Two Good Lectures In
College of Hawaii
The attendance nt the College of
Hawaii last evening was nearly dou
ble that nt previous evenings nnd
goes to show Hint people lire Inter-
cfted In live subjects which pertain
tho comforts and enjoyment of
.Miss Hunt spoke first on thu "Pies-
crvntlon'of Fruits" nnd was fallowed
by Prof. Porter on "Poultry and
Miss Hunt called attention first to
the end or pffrposo of preserving
fruits. Good po I n l were given' for
the prevention of decay, the retention
of flavors nnd the preservation of
form In fruits.
Fruit decomposition Is due to mi
cro-organisms; these may be cither
bacterial-casts or molds. After dls-
cuBsIng the character and habitat of
the three agents which destroy fruit,
a few slides were nut upon the
screen tu Illustrate the points men
tioned. There nre several methods by
which fruit muy be preserved; dry
ing is as undent as refrigeration is
recent. 12raporatlnn and tunning
are other successful methods. As for
canning, the practice began In about
1810 Mit at that time was not so suc
cessful ns today.
Many fruits can be preserved by
the use of sirups nnd sugar solutions
of different densities. Several form
ulae were given for the making of
solution tu preserve tho arlous
kinds of fruits.
Prof. 11, 12. Porter Bioko on "Poultr)
and Fronts" with interest to all. Ho
called attention to tho fact tfiat of all
the various branches of nnlmal Indus
try thero Is probably none Hint brings
such quick icturns ns poultry keeping.
Ho pointed out tho suitability of the
location to peoplo of either box an 1
station in llfo. Somo very praciV-l
points were discussed,, union,; which
were the qualification of u successful
poultr) man, tho quality of fowls, the
expensu of equipment and tho quality
and kind of. market iackages wi'ldi
will please tho oye of the ronsiimcr,
such iiolnts If rightly considered will
ultimately lead to satisfaction, pleas
ure and irrolltK.
The lantern slides weu firm ho
lographs of poultry aids In success
ful operation and showed In nn Impres
sive manner tho possibilities ;f poul
try culture. Tho slides covered such
subjects as location and stto, o:cllon
or stock, management of l.cns, bleed
ing and Improvement, methods of mar
keting and disposal of by-prnductJ,
At tho closo Of the lectuu n success
ful poultrynmn reported tint ,for the
last year ho had made u prrflt or $100
out or his rowls nnd that at tho present
tlmo ho was gathering about IB dnun
eggs per day.
Next Weduesduy oveulng n lectin e
upon tho "Hotany or ICconom'c Plants"
will bo given by Pror W T. Pope who
will bo followed by Piestdent J, W.
ailmoro on tho subject or "Plant Im
provement." HAII.INO AT NOON today, the
Manna Kea and the Mauna Loa de
parted for Lahalnn nnd Hawaii. Tho
lornier goes to Hllo nnd the latter
to the Kona'Kau side or Hawaii,
AKTER LOADINO SUOAR tho
Aflzonnu, rrom'Kahulul, pabsed this
port last night on her way to Hleele,
THE IWALANI sailed this morning
at 9 o'clock for Ilonokun and other
Hamakua ports on Hawaii.
THE HI2U2NI2 will' leave this nf.
tornoon for Knhalalelo and other porU
in tno immediate neighborhood.
Tho new tariff bill will probably
8. The Duma, In executive soa-
To tho Navy, M,7 IH.r.Oii; to thn
Lester Illklns ,an nvionaut, who made
tp sea am) diowncd
Holstein Relaxes Hand
Sixteenth Day Afternon Session.
For thu Unit Mine this pension thn
. Ilouso of Iteprereutntlves inado ii'i
uuliuly bIhiw of Itself nil becauso
Speitkur Ilulsleln for an pour nnd
half relaxed bin hnnd uud iilloned one
of tho Dcliiocrntii to show his eoniM
tcucu ns it piesldlug olllcer The House
went Into Cotmfilttic of Hi" Whole to
I consider I he cm rent expense npproprl
nllon bill. All uflerno'iii tin memler
wiunglcd nnd kcrnpped. cluttering up
I tho air with words, piled motion ou
I top of motion, roo to points of order
mid more iHilnts of illsonler, called for
.rulings which it wux utterly lieond
thc power of the p.ii.ilyied Lliiilriii.ui
to make, nnd generally had u good
time of the sort that used lo bo an
nlmo.st dally occurrence 'itf tho good
old days of thu early legl"latiren.
And when the conimllUi- flu illy rose
lo "report progrtas," and Speaker
Holstein by his mere prerenro In the
chair biought order out of ihaos, tlio
House had done nliMilulel.v nothing
Mallcn stood exactly as tl'e) did.
A furnished coltaxo In Cottage
drove Is udv'ertlsed for lent.
Call at Wuinan's Exchange nnd ex.
nmlnu their largo stock of tap.iH, hat,
kets, mats, etc.
A camera bus been lust, marked
.Monroe" Inside, lluwaid will be paid
If returned to Moann hojcl.
Tho olllcers elected to servo for the
ensuing vcar lu the Haw-all Mill Co..
Ltd., mo published In this Ismic.
I. II. Kerr & Co. aio showing for
the (list tlmo a new lot of European
suitings. No two patterns alike.
Tho officers elected to Bervu for the
ensuing year In the Kukalau Planta
tion Co., Ltd., n-o puhlMiLiI In this
Tho only time J on nro ttuio of Is
now, Mnko vottr will now, Ut us
druvv It up for you In proper foini wllh
out chaj-go. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd
Rycioft's Sodas nro best? Try it
case of them at home, niul ou will
never use nny other kind. Pioiupt de
liver) to nil pnitii of tho city. Phone
Tho new designs In mn- Inigo stock
of wall papor embody all tho most
bountiful Kt.vlo Ideas of tho roiemost
wallpaper artists, lu thu most urtlstle
pnttcrrs and similes. Lowers & Cooke,
Tim Wulea Visible Listing and Add
lug Machine Increases the speed ami
accuracy of llio operator at Hie biime
time. Hhnp.p 'McIcnt. Sco how It Is
operated ut tho Huwull.in News Co,
Mrs, J, Rosenberg Is bhowlng a beau
tlf ill lino or hand embroldorcil goods
made by tho women Immigrants fiom
Mndelra, This Js tho raiest and most
beautiful needlework In tho world and
prices nro veiy reasonable.
How's jour garden? Is tho lawn
rich, thick, anil of n heilthy daik,
green? Aio the plants luxuriant, boun
tiful? If they nro not, Forcgrowlh
will mnko them so. Call ami seo about
It at 12. O. Hull & Son, Ltd.
Mark Twain's "Innocent!. Abrnal"
was translated Into almost ever)
known language apd his books nro In
cieaslg In popularity. A new thip
ment of his books Ins Jutt been ic
celved by liiown &. J,)on Co, cirnei
Meichunt nnd Alakea titieets
BULLETIN AH3 PAY -J
1 1 ,lHKW2jfeggfc fjjffi
IN FOREIGN P0RT8
Tuesday, March 9,
HKATTI.K-Arrheil Muuli H-
H. H Hy.KluH, from San l'r.i!iclxrn.
dAN FRANCISCO All Ivrd, March S
S. !. Nippon Mnrti, henco Muich 2
VICTORIA- Arrlteil March !l.
H. K. Makui.t, litm-o Mnrr'.i 2.
SAN FRANCISCO XiiUimI M.irrh P
!. S Alameda, honeu March :!.
Monday. March 8, 190D
SAN FRANCISCO-Al lived Mur. 7:
H. S. Vlrglulau, rrcmi H.illn.i Ciux. '
III. til. Coron.idif, Iipiko Feb. 17. I
IIKlti. Irtng'ird, lieuce Feb. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived M.iiiIi S:
II. S. I.urllne, heuci' Feb. 1".
IIII.O- Alllvid Ftb 7-
S, S, IJllterpil.He, riom Sail 1 iftti
(isco, 3hapman and Alexander
To Include Honolulu
In World Itinerary
What bids fair to lie (he mightiest
flospel orfort III vvoild's hlstoi will!
be launch! d ou March 21, whuu Dr.
.1. Wilbur Chapman, the f.iliiouH nviiu
cells), with a toteile of noted help
ers, will still t from New YtuU to
girdle the globe In u simultaneous
luvlvitl campaign. This pliiu Is lo
assist lu tho Chitsthtiilmtloii of thu
win lil by tweullelli-ceutuiy busluesj
methods, fiijH n Chlt.igo dull).
Tho Itlneiiiry Intitules AuUi-ill.i,
China, Japan, Kon.i, tlie Philippine,
niul Europe, nnd will uqulie nine
mouths for Its completion.
Learning of Dr. Clinpmnn'H project
ed plans, l)i' Scudder or tho C'enlinl
Dillon (Chiil eh coiievponded with the
ev.ingellu in nn elTor I In book him
fur Hawaii, Dr. Siudde succeeded
In obtulnlng Ills onsen t to slop hele
en unite t o Auntlull.i uboiit Apiil 1!
for un Intioduclory servltu lif be licit!
in the Cenltal Union ninllloilum iui it
preliminary prcp.untloii rur u gieit
union, sluntllaueoiis campaign to bo
waged on the evungellst's return
rroni the Oilent next full. This ine.ins
Hint Honolulu will be shaken horn
renter to t liciiinferenuj. Tim people
uf Cod will Join Issue with vlte, lu
dtrferenie, jiialeihilism, uud every
In the ptrty will bo t'haile.1 M.
Alexander, tho hinging evangelist,
who louifd the world wllh Dr. It A.
Toiniy; Mm Alexander, who, liefiiie
her uiuirlage, vv.m MIm Cnilliiii.v,
daughter of tho ileh Engll.di toeo.i
uianiiruetiirer; Itobeit mil I. lie 1, nn
Anal 1 ill Inn by blitli, tompoxci of gikS
pcl lijiuns, uud ii noted pianist; uud
Mr. uud Mrs, William Ashel, the
great saloon evnngellsts. 'I ho latter
will hi lug with tliem the little oiguu
which vviih pictentcd to them by the
fiiloonl.oepeiH of Minneapolis. Miss
Agni-H Chapinun, thu joung ilnughler
or tho evangelist, will iiccompany her
fnt her. Foul C. Ottoman, mi evan
gelist, Ik to he among tho torps of
norkei-M, ulho tleorge T. II, Davis, u
Various missionary boards will he
icprescuted lu this movement, which
will be noiiscctariau In cliaiacter.
Uultko thu old-f.ishloiitd ilveval in
thu davs of Moody nnd Suukuy, when
people gatheied In one big tenti.il
hull to hear tho (iospel mid fioni
Soul) lo lu.tlOU peiMins vveio iitliatt.
ed to tint sei vices, tho simultaneous
taiiipalgu Is ou a winter scale Each
city vlslled will bo divided Into bec
tlous, with mi ev.iui'.cllsl or helper
for ouch section. All thu thuithes.
Young .Men's Christian AbmicIiiIIoiis,
and other Christian organisations
will pioparu iritiutlis abend, for the
ciusaders uud vvtnk with them when
they arrive. Dr. Chaptuan and Mi.
Aloxumler will, ot touise, conduct
tho gieut Lcntiul meeting In thu city
hall or auditorium, hut olhei evitu
l.ellstH uud p.isloiH wlllhold slmllai
btuvltesln thu tit) at tho sumo houi.
In the Hulooiis, or lu Jails or peni
tentiaries, Mr, and Alts. Asher will
Thu campaign will not only bo nn
Impetus to Christian thuiUics lu tiiu
Orient, but also will exlend the gos
pel to hiindieds of thousands who
havo never' hcaid thu Woul.
TIII2 ANDREW WELCH, whlih
has lii-on taking lu sugar fiom thu
Milium Ui.i and other liitor-Isliunl
tteamuis, will piohably bu nlilo lo
get away on Th.uit.i1ny rur thu
inulnliiiiil. She will. It Is Mild, i.ii.
ry a ruw p.issenguia for San F1.111
clsio. AT C O'CLOCK this nfteinonn thu
Klnau and the Noeau will leave for
Kuunl, tho hitler going to the Kon
I1111 side of that Island, thu Mlkahala,
for Molol.al, Maul, nnd Lan.il. nnd
Hie Llkollko for Hawaii. Thn sleaiu
em nil take iiaisengeis uud null.
'luesd.i), March 9.
Stun Klnau, (litgory. fiom Nawlli
will. I.r,2 n. in.
Monday, March 8,
M. 8. I.. II. T. Kllktlt, .loblon, for
Rnu.il, Ki:20 p. m.
luosdiy, Mairh !l. '
iUinr lwalnnl, Mitchell, tw llomi
ka.i, 9 n. in.
Hum'. Mnuiii K'ea, Frmuiiau, for Ha
waii, 12 in.
Hlmr. Manna l.o.i, Hlnierfon, for Ha
waii, I.' in.
I: Jr. S. H. Klh?il.i, for San Fran
clreo. HI n. in.
Stiur. I.II.1III.0, Nuop.ila, for Hawaii,
H p. 111.
f PASSENGERS ARRIVCD ','
Per stmr. Klnau fiom Nawlliwlll,
u. 'I- .vir. mil Mrs. C M. Cooke,
.thn Allf Cooke C M. Ceoke. Jr . C.
11 Cioki , Or Piilii.uu, Miss Squires,
J'I-k Ml Mm 011
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED ',''
Per S. S. Siberia, for Sun Fraliclseii",
March P. MIph Selon Cordon, Mis .1.
W. Smith. .1. W. Sinllh, Chesbro Slilltb.
Adelu Smith, Mrs. Kieiilxlminer, Dr. A.
(1. Hodgllis, Miss P.essle Loid, T. M.
MrCord mill wire, Mrs. Poller and pir
ty. .Mrs. W. It. Leeds, (i. A. H.iiheldor
uud wife, K. llachelder. Mrs. Daniel
Itcnton. E, R. Shaw, S. I. Dilggs and
wile, l). P. Plpur, Mrs. M. It. Watts.
Mrs. K. O. MeEveii. Miss Lilt la Mc
Eveii. Mrs. W. Long Ilitielnuu, Rov.
C. W. Smllh, MIsh E. M. Sinllh, MrH.
Ileadley. Jlls.s Harris, W. L. llllgur and
wlfo. MIxm Ruby 12. llllgor. Hen. 12.
I.lriilv nnd wire. II. M Rleo nnd wife.
Daniel Smiley, Dr. II. C Allen unit
wife MUh Morenee Allen, It. I., I.lppllt
and wife. Leopold Hheiiei maw. Mis. II.
Fienker. Miss Jcltu Keheneiin.in, W.
C Itamna) uud wire, L. A. Noios uud
wife, II. II. Tompkins uud wire. Mlsn
Ratufey. Frank N. llo)er and wlfo.
Per Hliur. Maiin-i Kou for .Maul anil
12. Mm- U, 12 111 C. R. Wlllard. (1. P.
Mar. .1. A. McCaskill nnd wire, J. P.
Spaiiltllng, W. S. Spauhllng. .C. 1..
(litin and wife. Miss Cannon, Mlus II.
Sinllh, 'Ijios Hall, W. (I. Tlmsley nnd
rtRe, W. A llolni.m and wife, Mrs. A.
N l.oiku, Mrs. W. 11. (J. Campbell, Mr,
Aldrldgc. Mlss Snow, Alice Nakeu. I).
K. Eguchl and v.lfc, I'resldent Hmllh,
.Misses Sinllh (I). C. W. Nlbley, E. W.
Smith. Mb fen Nlbly (2).
Per Klim- Mann 1 Lou, ru Maul uud
Hawaii. Mar. 'J, 12 in. Mrs. Akoiu,
Mm. ".I A Mngnon, Mis Win. Kama
un. Joo (Jasper.
j PAS3ENOERS BOOKED ''
Per i.liur Klnau. for Kauai, .Mar. P
0 p. in.-Allan Wilcox, U.Miihelona, a.
E .Mm tin, Mrs. Aiuleiiinun, Mll.iul
niul wife. 1
Per stmr. Mlkahala, ror Moloknl,
Mar. !i. r, p. m. Mrs. C C. Couindt, Dr.
.1 M Howell, J. D. McVeigh, F.
March 11, tliop '
Tempt'iatiucs (i n. m fit,; s a.
m.. 72. lu n. 111., 71; noon, 711; morn
lug mliilmum, US,
nitrometer. S a, m. ,2y.M; absolute
huuildlty. S 11. in., r, 2 a 1! gialns per
cubic reol; lelatlvu liimildlt), K 11,111.,
71 per tent ; dew point, S 11. 111. , K.I.
Wind - 1; a. in., velocity y, dliec
Hon S; X n. in., velotlty 1:;, dlieillon
W; 10 11 in, velotlty 20, dlreitlou
V; noon, velocity 20. illreUlon S.
llalirall during 2t hoiiis endeil
-S n. m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
bonis ended at noon, lull miles.
W.M, II. STOCKMAN.
Sccllou Director, Weilhcr llure.iii.
1 n m
Nebrnsku man convicted on thuijrti
or luiiiiluilng woman lupiluved line
hour heroin tlmo n,.t ror execullou.
S.in FiiiiuImo electric inllwajH lu
toipornted to build new st'eet car
David llolafcn hntinrcil by behind',
males or in )cais ugo.
Cnmpioiiilsu nny ,0 loiched lu tho
OunzalpR will contest.
Ntulhern Paelllc uuuountes bpcclnl
servleo In the Pacific coast.
JiiFpph O. Deiulng, pioneer Hour
Ulllle.- on pacific eo.ibt dies.
Piofebsor lo.vell says eml or woild
will bo know 11 U )oars 11liP.nl.
Fiei'eilck 11 Slguor, ciinvlcteil ror
gtU'.Js taken to male penitential y.
Two luothers unknown lo each oili
er luairy divoiccd blBlers In law.
Ptoplo's lobby tots forth lis puiposo
In uillcles of Intoipor.itlou.
Hrolllsh Masons will erect n million
dollar leinplo In San Francisco.
Supposed robbers or Ran Frnnclscn
sulthoiiK' ni ret led In Los AipMos
ludge Hait ictiacts gencinl censiiro
or building and loan associations
i!ipi..n,.iH H imler llio ,,,', nr
despotism, sa)s l-ederlck Palmer.
Soa Wrens, 100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cvrv
Motor, 5175. Comnletf.
'HE CHARLES B. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WOP.KS
King St. opp'-N'e South St,
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