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EVENING BOltKTlN. HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, MAIt. 16, 19fl!.
i i inrii Awn
F uiCAHir -A. Tcumi I
Lcahl Chapter No. C Regular.
All visiting members o( Iho
Order are cordially invited to
nttetid meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eveiy Monday evening nl
7:30 in 1. O. O. F Hall, l'urt Street.
E U. HENDRY, Secretary
1'. D. ICKH, N. O.
All vltltlug brothers very cordially
OAHU L0D0E.No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day eenlng nt 7.30 )n K. o( r. Hall.
corner Fort ami Here tun la. Visiting
biotheia cordially Invited to nttenrt.
F It NUC1ENT. 0 C.
II. GOSLING. K. It S.
HONOLULU LODOE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honr-lum Lodge No. 016, U. P. 0.
E will meqt In their hall on King
near Fort Stroet overy I"rlday even
Ins. lly order or the E. It.:
HENRY 0. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. It.
Win. M'KIHLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at T.30 o'clocK In K. ot P.
Hall, tor. Tort nnd Rcretanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I M. McC.REW. C fi.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. ft. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
t..tm ii. n.i . u trrv
U mcii uu iun iiu uuu it,u t tr-
$ (fcl NKSDAY evenings of each month at
. " 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hull, cornel
i Osrutanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure invited to aV
M MiC'OV Prest
T. MOOIIE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. tt.
Meets every first and third Thura
dajs of each month at Knight ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OEO SANDERSON, Sacliera.
E V TODD. C of R
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Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Tresh
Corner King nnd Fort Streets.
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PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; T. 0. Box 014.
Illauk books of all sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by tho Hulletln
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Rat and Roach
rids the house of all vermin
in a night. Drives rats and
mice out of the house to die.
2 02. box 2!k; 10 ot. box f 1.00.
Sold everywhere or seat eipreit
prepaid on receipt ot price.
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HOTEL HEAR DHIOH.
is written on every piece of
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loumui. rtx-J Into l- "-'', . ,
.." -t.i. .- V...II. art vino? ItroloBM skd
n.int IrMtmODt. It ll lTftlBW Ul ttOlUrt
with i mall children.
TboM of a Con
will find lmracdtftt rIt
from Cougbf or 1b0hh4
Condition of tb thrtwU
5nd rotul tor a
J80 Vullor. RtrMt.
At a Discount
are juit as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it ricrht not oheap.
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SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITIOn.
E01T0N BLDO., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557, '
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destroy the value of unusual furni
ture; let a Bulletin Want Ad eell
them for you.
A clean eity means a healthy oity,
A speedometer has been lost. Sec
nd, this Issue.
You will always And your friends
at the Royal Annex.
Manuel Souza was fined $4 by Judgo
Andrada this morning for drunken
ness. Take your oarriage or automeblle
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
I; you are Ioousg tor any or yonr
friends, go to the "Two Jacks" and
joti'll Snd them.
Engineer James T Talor woh a re'
turning passenger on the Mauna I.na
from n professional visit to Han all.
John Erlcksnii, against whom a
chnrgo of being drunk was laid, was
discharged from custod) thin morning
nt the Police Court.
What about jour halt It's ttmo ll
wns seen to. Call on the Expert Hat
Cleaners. Work guaranteed. Fort
St opp. Club Stables.
Road Overseer J K Pnelc of Koo
I an reported that the Wnlkanc nnd
Wnlnholo bridge has been badly dam
aged b) the recent torrential rains.
The quo warranto writ secured by
John 11 Wilson nnd J. K. Tnclo
against Thomas P. Cummins and Sol
omon Peck was dismissed estorday
b. Judge Itoblnson
Mr Howell, contest manager for tho
H u 1 1 o 1 1 n, left on the Mntina Kca tor
n trip lo tho Volcano. Ho was accom
pli nkd by Harry Mclntlre, a Los An
Pupils of tho Normal School were
among tho Interested spectators this
morning of tho operations ot the
Irnnsport Logan nnd, tho arrival of
the China from Yokohnmn.
Captain Lane ot the tug Intrepid
ban been appointed pilot during Cap
tain Saunders' prcsenco on tho Lo-
tnn. Cnptaln Lano brought the Chi
na Into the harbor this morning and
docked ho rat tho Channel wharf.
I nllio matter of Henjnmln F. Dil
lingham vs. M. F. Scott, In which Judge
Do Dolt gato judgment nralnst Scott
lor 11G61.G7, Scott tins filed a petition
to tho Supremo Court for n writ of er
ror to allow Mm to carry tho case up
Chang Knu received a letter from
S. T Kong, a well-known Chinese,
formerly of Honolulu, who passed
through hero In the Korea, tinting
that he would proceed to Europe to
purchase mntnrl.ils for n railroad
company which ho represents, lie
also wrote that the Immigration of
ficials In San Francisco did not treat
A buggy, harness and mare aro of
fered for sale.
A Han alien oval belt luckle has
been lost. Seo nd
Toilet soap used over nnd over
again Is apt to spread contagion. Don
son, Smith & Co, Ltd., rmo a Mould
soap and dispenser that "111 prevent
Try Rjcrpft'a Sodas. Send for a
caso today far home uso. Thcro aro
no sodas of better flavor or finer, pur
er quality. Phono 270 for an assorted
caso nnd give them a fair trial.
Sonled proposals in triplicate, for
miscellaneous printing at Honolulu, II.
T dining tho jcar ending Juno 30,
1910 will bo received at tho office ot
Deport Quartermaster, Honolulu, 11. T.
.All tho now popular novels by tho
best authors of tho day aro to ha
found at tho Hawaiian Nowh Co. Fas
cinating talcs of lovo and ndventuro,
told In modem, living1 proso. Call and
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durable floor covering for homes, offi
ces and publlo buildings Hint Is not
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Tho Owl cigar is tho finest flvo-cont
smoko on earth, and better than many
a ten-cent smoke. Tho prlcu of a cigar
doesn't matter much after you have
lit it tho quality Is tho thing. M. A.
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tho law decides In what manner your
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"Dcnjntnin Clothes" aro famouB th
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exclusive, tastofulncss, and the flno
quality of cloth that goes Into thorn.
Uaa ono mado for )ou to jour meas
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isaar" For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
A Most Bxcellont Assortment of
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THE BEST '.'FITTERS" IN X0WH,
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LONDON, England, March lfi. Ono hundred nnd fifty thousand
leoplo attended the opening today of tho first American department Btoro
In this city, it was a mcmornblo ovent In the history of the' English
WAGES OF STEEL
HARR1SHURO, Pn March lf.
cmp!o)lng 9000 men, hns reduced Its
CARSON, Novndn, March IB Tho Scnnto has pasted tho nntlg.im
hllng bill which has already passed the House.
OYSTER HAY, L. I, March IB.-
guns on his private rnngc
OENERAL TELEORAPHERS' STRIKE
PARIS, France, Mnrch IB. A
NOTICE TO MARINERS
SUISUN HAY, Calif (List of
Lights, Iluoys, nnd Daj marks, Pacif
ic Coast, 1908, pago 32.) Notice is
hereby given that Scnl Island lluoy
No. 3, n first-class spar, was perma
nently discontinued Feb 2B, 190D, n
no longer ot ubo as an aid to naviga
tion slnco tho establishment of Seal
Island Deacon No .1.
Uy order of tho Lighthouse Hoard.
SAN FRANCISCO HAY EN
TRANCE. Collf. (List of I.lghlM
and Fog Signals, Pacific CoiibI, 1908,
page lfi, No. 26, and List of Lights,
Iluovs, nnd DajmnrkB. Pacific CoobI,
1908, pago 22.) Notice Is hereby
given that San Francisco Light Ves
sel No. 70 wns temporarily with
drawn from her station for repairs
on March 1, 1909, and the station
was marked by Relief Light VcshoI
No. 70. Tho roller light vessel shows
lights. nnd sound signals having the
snmo chnructcrlstlcH ns thosa ot
Light Vessel No. 70, excepting that
each of tho two lights are fixed
white without eclipses and shown at
a height of 46 feet above tho water,
vlslblo 12 mflcs.
HUMUOLDT HAY, Calif. (Llsi
of Lights, lluojs, and Dajmrnks, I'a
cine Const, 1908, pago 38.) Notice
Is also given that Middlo Ground
lluoy No. 4, a red 2d-class nun, mnrk
Ing tho East sldo ot tho channel,
Humboldt Hay, California, hcrctoforo
reported adrift, was replaced Feb. 13.
Ily order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
THE MAUNA LOA nrrlvcd tills
morning from Kan, Konn, nnd Maul
ports, bringing the following cargo
for this port: 3S00 lings II sugar,
G08 bags coffee, IS bags beans, 3
bags ginger, B5 bags charcoal, 3
bales tobacco, 64 bunches bananas,
9 barrels oranges, 7 cases oranges, 4
barrels dried fish, 8 barrels dried
fish, 3 barrols water lemons, 7 empty
gasoline drums, 31 bundles hides, 18
crates chickens, 0 crates pigs. 4
horses, 2 mules, 21 calves, 19S pack
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN
DAYS from Now York, bringing 1200
tons of general merchandise and 300
lascs of oil for Honolulu, tho ship
Fooling Sucy, Captain .1. E. Wlllctt,
entered tho harbor this morning mid
docked at tho Illshop slip, where
aho commenced to discharge cargo.
Tho trip down was unevontful and
tho passage was ono of the quickest
mado between Now York nnd Hono
lulu. Captain Wlllctt Is well known
PURSER FR1EL of tho Manna Loa
which arrived this morning from Da-
wall and Maul ports, roports tho
following sugar ready for shipment
on Hawaii: lionuapo, leu; I'unn-
luu, 2170; Honokaa. 1200; Kukul
haclc, 7700; Paauhau, 10, G00: Paau
llo, 31,6()0; Kukalau, 7S09.
WHEN THE MAUNA LOA left Mu
hukonn the schooner Jns. II. llruce
was loading sugar thcro and tho
steamer Iwalanl doing likewise nt
AT G O'CLOCK this afternoon tho
steamers Klnnu and Mlkahala will
leavo for their destinations, respect
ively Kauai and Molokal,
TH BMAUNA KEA sailed today ut
noon for Hllo via Maul ports.
Per S. S. Korea, for Yokohama, Mar.
16. Mrs. S. II. Phillips,. Mrs. Robt.
Harris, MrB. C. W. Lewis, Miss M. 11.
LowIh, Herbert H. White and lta,
ucn. do Negrolor, A.. Qamot, Mrs. U. T.
Schmidt, Rev. E. Heck, W. S. Spauld
ing, J. T. Spauldlng, D. J. Doran, Ollv-
or II. Porklps, J, W, Smith and wlfo,
Cbcbsob Smith, Miss AriVlo stacker,
Mrs. D. W. Cooko and Bon, Miss J. 8.
Parko, Miss Hoxtrieo Cnstlo, Miss
Crow dor, Lanl Sal Kan, wlfo and 4
children, l.un Hoy, II. S. Patten, wlfo
and 2 children, MIsb J Caldnell, Mm.
McMlllor, Mlsi n R. Potter, Mrs. a,
Tho Pcnnsjlvnnln Blcel Company,
scale of wages 10 per cent.
-Mr. Itnosovolt spent today tcstln?
general strike, of telegraphers
LANE PILOTS CHINA
INTO HARBOR TODAY
Helm Of Big
Tho Pacific Mall liner China, Cap
tain Dnllcy, nrrlvcd from Iho Orient
this morning with forty fix lugs ot
mall nnd 800 Ions of fu-lght for this
port. She entered tho hirhor under
tho pllotngu of Captain Lano of thu
tug Intrepid, who wiib on tho bridge
with Captain Ilallcy of tho China
Mrs. II. Okl, Mrs. K. Ota, nnd Mrx
K. Nnkaim, comprised Iho Honolulu
cabin passengers There vrio n fow
Jnpatieso pasfengers In tho stt.cr.ige.
Tho China, which pissed thu Korea
last night, will resume her vovngo
this afternoon nt .1:30 o'clock, taking n
few passengers fioin line for the
.'SISTER SHIPS MEET
IN PACIFIC PARADISE
Tho lighter-colored sister, sho of
tho grey costume, looked with aston
ishment on tho approaching female
(all ships aro females, oven tho mas-tullnc-looKIng
battleships) nnd whis
tled her surprise. Could It bo lips
elblo? Why ,tho Inst time the) had
met was on the vojngo from Suva
to S)dncy, and, think of that p.irl
ing at Thursday Island tho most
wicked spot, barring Port Said, In
the world' Still Miss Cambrian
Drlttnnla had often admired her own
beauteous form as reflected by tho
bluo Pacific Knowing that her sle
tcr Flora nnd sho wcro twins, and
teeing a dupllcato ot herself ap
proaching, sho cost all doubts nsldo
snd warmly welcomed her sister
II. M. S, Flora Is n sister ship
built by tho sumo people and In the
uanio shlpiHids, of the Cambrian Tho
latest arrival is manned by u dupll
cato set of Cumbrian officers, and It
would not worry tho old country to
iun out thousands ot tho snmo typo
of clean-cut gentlemen. Tho typo Is
uumlstnkuhla always tho same
keen, alert countenance, ulwaja tho
glad-hand for a man ot any nation
ality who calls ns a visitor, nnd on
tho sldo a quick shift for tho
Tho Flora bunch aro n second
Cambrian cftiwd, and that is sajlng
n lot. Hill of fun, and yet ready to
be serious about .Important mattcis,
thoy all bear tho hallmark of gen
tlemen. During a hurried call this
morning tho reporter wns Informed
that tho trip from Yokohama to llo-
rolulti had been mado In fifteen
das, nnd that decent weather had
been experienced during tho voyngo
Tho Flora had been informed ot
tho Logan's plllkla by vvlroless, nnd
had nt once added n knot or two to
her g.ilt, hoping to ho of tomo usulst
mice to Uncle Sam's trnnsport,
"Things In tho East arc quiet Just
now," remarked ono of tho Flora's
officers. "Wo have been about 18
months on the Chlnav station, and
piovlously to that had been on
South Sea duty."
A query as to tho goricrol opinion
on the Wllfley matter In 8hnughal
elicited tho roply: ''Well, you know,
people wcro divided about tho mat
ter. Some favored the Judgo and
others Ilrooks. It is hard to say why
YIlley, resigned or wns recalled."
Tho Flora bojs havo already Join
ed In with tho Cambrian officeis for
tho cricket match, nnd ns thoy havorlv.., ,.f . .,nllBC1. Thn ,.,,, rn.
two good l)0v(ors, tho combined team
will make tho Honolulu team look to
The Florn and Cambrian will leavo
Honolulu In company for South
America about the 27th InBt.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
, . ,. J.
f ... enn.lo., c-m-ro fll ARRIVED J
I in rwniM rwniw i . i ,.
'. 'r l -.-
Tuesday, March 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mnr
Ilk. It. P. lllthet, henco Feb 21.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Mar. 13.
B. 8 Mlssourlan, from Hllo, Feb, 27
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Mnr. 12:
8. 8. Mexican, for San Francisco.
1III.O Sailed Mnr. 13:
8. 8. Columbian fur Snllnn Cruz.
Monday. March 15, 1009.
SAN FRANCISCO At rived Mnr. 13,
U 8 A. T. Thomas, hence Mnr. 0.
10 a in., 8 S. Siberia, enco Mar. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 13:
11 a. in , S. S Alnmeda, for Hon.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnr. 14:
fi p m., S. 8. Lurllne, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnr 13:
S. 8. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE 8alled Mnr. II:
S. 8. Hyndcs, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnr. 14:
II. I J. M 8. tf), for Honolulu.
II I .1 M. 8 Soya, Tor Honolulu.
ORAYS IIARIIOR Sailed Mnr. 13-
Schr! It C Searle, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Sailed Mar 10:
T. P. Emlgh, for Sound.
Saturday. Mnr. 13. 1000.
SAN FRANCISCO Arihcd Mnr. 13:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, home, Btli.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnr. 13:
1 1 n. in., 8. S. Alameda, for Hon.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar. 13:
S. 8. Mniirhurla for Honolulu.
Friday, March 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 11
8. 8. Virginian, for Sealtlo.
Thursday, March 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March 11
S 8. Pleiades, henco Feb. 27.
Wednesday, March 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnrch 9
S. 8 Korea, 4 p. m , for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnrch H
8. S. llllontnn, 1 p. in . for Honolulu
KAIIULUl Stilted Mnrch 9:
S. 8, Columbian, for Hllo,
Tuesday, March 9,
SKAT r Lit Arrived Mnich .
8 8. Ily.ules, from Sin Fr.inclheo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, March S:
S. 8 Nippon Mnru,. henco Mnrch 2
VICTORIA Arrived MiikIi 9:
8. U. Mnkurn, bunco Mnrch 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlvnl March 9:
8 8 Alameda, henco Match 3.
Monday. Marcli 8. 1009
SAN FRANCISCO An Ived Mar. 7:
8 S, Vliglnlan, from Sallim Cruz.
UK tn Coronndo, homo Feb. 17.
Ilktn Irmgnrd, henco Feb. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March 8:
8. 8. Lurllne, heme Feb. 17.
IIIIX) Arrived Feb. 27:
S, 8 Enterprise, from San Fruti
clsco. Saturday, March 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Al lived .Much .1
Schr. Jns. Uolpli, froin Hani, Full 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnrch li
Schr. W. II MnrHlnn, fiom Hllo
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March :
U S A. T. Login, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed .Match C:
8. 8. Chlnn, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA-r-Anlvod Mnich :
8. S. Mongolia, hemo Feb 23.
Friday, March 5.
TACOMA Sailed Mar. t
S. 8 Texan, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 4.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ived Mnr
8. 8 Hlloiilan. htnen
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 4:
8 8. Hviulos, for Seattle.
KAHULHl Sailed Mat 3.
Uktiie Makawell, for E'eolo.
Wednesday, March 3.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Feb. 27:
8. 8. Virginian, for Snn Franelbco
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Feb 27:
8. 8. Mexican, from Hllo Fob. 1.1.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 2:
llktuu. 8. O. Wilder, fur Honolulu.
HONOIPU Sailed Mnrch 3:
Schr. Defender, for Snn Francisco
8AN, FRANCISCO Arrived lar. 3:
M. N. S. 8. llllnulnii, fiom Honolulu
Tuesday, March 2.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Feb 27:
S. 8 Virginian, from Snn Finnehcii
SAN ntANCISCO Sailed Mairh 2
Uktiif. 8. (J Wilder, for Honolulu.
OLD BREACH MAY
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho hopo of legislative succor bejond
tho immedlutu horizon, nnd, pending
action on thu now bill, thern will bo
no aid from tho King stioel edifice
At least ono Supervisor Is opeul
pleaching "lawsuit" to tho pa) less
workuiH Ho suggests that suits bo
filed Just as fast im tho ueccssury pi
perH can bo dinwu up, and that un
opinion fiom tho cnuita bo thus tu
cured. It Is conslduicd mora than
possible Hint tho matter inn) bo fought
out at tonight's meeting
H. M. S. FLORA IS HERE
(Continued from Pace I)
ant Commander Moses boarder! her
and nfterwnrds Commandant noes of
tho Naval Station called In copgiatu
f Into n.intnln Wlimmt fit, tlin uufn up
Bill called on board tho Flora, and ac
companied b) tho captain, returned tho
call of Capt. Roes at tho naval station
Miss Rtimblo left a will which Is
now In the hands of l)epit Sheila
Rojo. Tho will montlona t.01110 prop
ert) on Rcrotanla nvemup, Killhl, an 1
also some CTaa btocK.
.Monday, March 1G.
llr. S. 8. Knmon.i, Stringer, Irom
Westporl,.N. K, l:.1ll P. lit
Ilk. Fooling Suov, Wlllctt, fiom Now
Tuesday, Marcli 10.
Stmr. Vlnunn Loa, Simerson, from
Hawaii nnd Mnul ports, 5:30 a. in.
S. 8 China, llalloy, from Yokohama,
10 n. m.
11. M.'S. Flora, Ntisent fiom Yoko
hama, 8.10 a. m.
8p. Fouh!i Sujj, Wlllett, from Nov
York, 9:00 n in.
Monday, Mnich IS.
P. M. 8. 8. Korea, for Yokohama,
nbuut G p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scurlo, for
Schr. Ail i, for Pearl Harbor, 9:W
Schr. Molwnhlno, for I'nw.ill, 1:13
Tuesday. Marcli 10.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Ficotiuu. for
Maul polls and Hllo, 12 n 'on
Stmr. Nllhiiu, Oiicsh, for Hniu.ikut
poitH, 12 noon.
I SAILING TODAY
' 8. S. China, llalloy, foi San Finn
el ro, G:30 p. in.
Stm-. Klnnu, Oregory, for Kami
pulls, 5 p. in.
Stun. Mlkahnli, Plltz, fur -Moloknl,
Maul and Lau.il, 5 p. m.
M. N. S. 8. HIIoiiIjii, Johnson, from
Smi Francisco, noon (per wireless).
Per P. M. S 8 Chlnn, Ilallcy, from
ololinmn, 10:40 n. in, Mnrch 10.
I or Honolulu: Mrs. K Niikiuin,MrK.
II Okl, Mrs K. Oln Through: It.
Pne. Amn, Mrs 11 Perez Auru, Mli-s
Aura, C. 11. Ilasto, J. Ilasto, '.. O.
Heals. Mrs. Z. C Ibjlls, A V. Heals,
W, J. Illshop, Mrs W. .1 Illshop, Minn
M Illshop. Mis. Clara T llooth. Mlm
I'onth. M. Christophcrson. Mis. M.
Clulstophcraon, Master Christopher-
urn. Thou Cnmcion, c A I., n.iiic),
I' Fan, O E. Field. (1. L. P. 1'lK-
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phuim 183.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cye;
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
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King St. opp'N'c South St.