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EVENING nUHETlN, HONOLULU, T. I!., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1809.
By a .
K ' -'-"""-':"' " "'"-..", l',,l WHEN YOU GET YOUR
BLf'j I, MONI1AV B
Eftt ' Oceanic Qtatcd.
He,' ' Rcte Croix Regular.
Kl , , Perfection Installation.
H ' I'HIDAV
Wt't ' ..,-..,.., 115 HOTEL ST
Mjy a l riiviiiuii i niru ucyi cct
8Kf ; ftlA'lUMWAY
mFji't ! All vhltlng members of the
B ' Order arc tordlally Invited to
H&' ' attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evety Monday evnlug ftt
7:30 lu 1. O. 0 F Hall, Tort Street.
E. 1!. HENDRY, Secretary.
r. u. wickk, N. a.
Alt vlslllug brothers Tory cordially
OAITU L0D0E, No. 1, K. o P.
Moeti cvtry first ami third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hull,
corner Fort unci Derctanln. Visiting
O-others cordially lnvlteil to nttoail.
1'. K. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. It. S.
H0I0LUIU LODGE 61C, B. P. 0. E.
llonelum Lodge No. 016, n. P. O.
&, Trill meet In their Iinll on Kim
scar Fort Street every Friday eTen
(as. li) order of the E. It.:
HENUY C. EA3TON,
WM. 11. McINEUNY, D. It.
Wb. M'KINLEY LODGE No.O, K.ofP.
Moats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort nnd Ileretauln. Visit
ing bmtlicis cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Mconnw. c. a
n. A. JACOllSEN, K. K. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each inontb at
T.30 o'clock la K. of r. Hull, corner
Qerotania and Tort streets.
Viiltlng Eaglis are-Invited to at
tend. W. M. MrC'OY, V., Prest.
H. T. MOOI'E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. II.
Meats every first nnd third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
I'ytblua Hall. VIsltlr.R brothers cor
dially Invited tn nttend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sncliem.
E. V. TOI)f), C of It.
The best cssortmont ever
shown iu the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King nnd Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AKIJtlCAN-HAWAIlAJJ PAPJEB &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fcrt nnd Queen Sts., Honolulu.
To' 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absclutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
TLUMBING nnd PAINTING.
Office! Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
lllunk books of nil orts. ledgers
etc manufactured by tliu llulletln
' Publishing Company.
by U3 yon will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
OE0. S. WELLS, MgT.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
B01T0N BLDG., FORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS .
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei. delivered to office tad
residence, RING UP 657,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St. M. E, DE 81
The Manhattan Cafe
Weals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Nieht. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
U. Wm. WAKHAW, T0p.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
The Best Whiskey on the Market
niOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AOENTfl.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 795
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.JLtd.
031 FORT ST. ,
At All Watchdealeri.
Agent for Hawaiian Iotasdi,
rtor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolnla
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street..
Illaulc bonks of all sorts, lodgers
etc, manufactured by the Ilulletlo
Publishing Company. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Orders for "the . Industrial Edition
of the Even'fnt Bulletin will
be tnken by any df the-B u 1 1 e tin's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy,
Ten good1 auto-backs. Phone 6. '
tV A. Klnndy was nn arriving 'pits'
scnKcr on tho Claudlno.
AI. Thurlow of tho Itoyal Anno
smes tho finest tucais In lown. "
A Japsneso leather bag, containing
bank book nnd Icttor has been lost.
Scond. . "I
Honolulu Lodge No. 016. 11. P.O. E.
meets this evening nt their xdgo hall
on Kin street near Kort,
T. Lane, 'charged with drunkdnnoss,
bad his cako remanded tilt April 10, nt
tho Police Court this morning. '
If ou want your hot elenned rluht
send It to thq Expert Hat Cloancrs,
lrort stroet, oywwiiq Jiuu niaoios.
I)rs. V.E. Collnsnnd A. N. Sin
clair now occupy ofllces at the cor
ner of Tlotcl nnt Itlchards streets.
It. Hamilton aid not depart on (lie
Aorangl as wis experfed, for Porto
Itlco. He "may, however, -make Jie
trip Inter on.
Wprk for tho KHohana Art I.oaguo
oxhlbltlon will be received nf 'tho
rooms on Saturday, April 3, from 9
to C o'clock.
The Industrial Edition of 'the
Evening; B n 1 1 e t i n , wrapoed
ready for mailing; 00 cenU at B u 1
le tin office. '
llosallo Ijong Is dotalncd at tho po-
Itco station qn sbsplclon of having
stolen a largo sum of Inonoy from an
old Hawaiian woman In lanoa vnlloy
E. A. Mcnorny, wio arrived home I
yesterday, Is very much lmprovcu in
health nnd wus cordlnlly congratu
lated by his frleqds who dropped in
to sen him.
Amateur night tonight at the'Son
Francisco Thentcr. Prises will bo
given to patrons this evening. New
stunts tonight 'between pictures; a
luau up to date.
Apana, who has been reinstated as
n dctoctlto, was not long before get
ting to work. Last night ho and) the
new chief bsggod a. bunch of gamblers,
who all appeared In Court this morn
ing. Prof. T. A. Jaggar nnd wlfo arrived
hero yesterday from tho mainland.
Thoy are bound for YoVohamn, but
will mako a visit of a few Weeks In
tho Islands nnd leave for tho Volcano
A 'number of tea merchants, going
out to tho Orient to gnt their pick of
tho now crop, passed throinh hero yes
terday. Among them wtro u F. Polo,
C. J. Cowan, Otis A. Poole, and Ocorge
Miss Katn Woodard has just re
eclved a new shipment of gloves, tlm
very latest stylcb. Call at her sloro
on Fort strootnext to the Convent and
seo thorn. Hand-palntcd. Easter cards
and plaques. ,
Governor and Mrs. Frcar vhavo Is-
nod Invitations for a garden patty at
their Punahou residence In honor of
Hear Admiral IchlJI nnd'hlSjOfncejn
and cadcta Saturday afternoon from
5 until f , p. m,
"Sailor" Morcb, of fistic fame, camo
to thorcscuo of bc&Uty In 'dlBtreiis to
night. Walking along Llllha street ttjo
pugilist heard cflcs of distress, and up
on entorlriffa housa found a Hawaiian
beating his wlfo. Morch af-orfeo feint
ed with his right, and then threw over
his left to the Hawaiian's iolftt, and
subsequent events Interested the wife
beater no, more. t
ASSISTANT R FOR ,
Mr. Pfliigor, manager o'f tho 11 611 (lit
er Drug Company, Is 'taking a wtill
earned vacation, and durlng-lilB 'ab.
sonco iir, Forrls, who has been iic'.Iiik
as chief clerk, will manage the buil,
noes. Mr. FcrrUils well .and favotyuy
known uy tlio pcoplo of Honolulu, and
wan highly recommended for tho vbtl
by Zeno IC. Myers, who ropreeonts tile
Parmalco Int6ronts In tho drug com
pany. .r. Ferris' promotion moans a
stop trjWor tho rest of tho stuff In the
DIRECTORS AftE APPOtNTtD.
Sacramento, March 24", ttovprnor Oll
lott today nnnonnccd tho following ap
IK)lntinnts ns members bttlio board
of dlrectorn of tho California Institu
tion for tho Det nhd Dumb nnd the
mind at Derkoloy: M, O. Chnpman, to
Hiiccocd W..E. Cropd, term expired;
W. W. aarthralto, Vlco solf; liiomas
Illckard, 1co J. W. Itlchards, term ex
AWARD BIG CONTRACT Spo
kane, March 24. A contract for md-,
nig ou niueH oi mo jviuwauxco nrancu
lino from 8t, Maries, Idaho, to Hovlll.
Idaho, has been awarded to MoFeo &
Henry of Seattle. It Is cstlmatetl tho
contract will amount to ubout 1 1,500.-
"- 1 L-'., . '. J...J.''
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
LIMITED . , -02
8. KING 61. PfltJlOE ftft
THE BEST "FITTEES" IN T0WH.
v ..HkidsiteskaU'ifk't.i u..-:,
ELIOT MX DECLINE
WABIIINOTON, I). C, April 1. It Is reported that President Eliot
of Harvard has declined the English mission.
President Eliot hns been decornted with the Order of the Hlslng 8un
"by tho Emperor of Japan.
SMttfl JO RETIRE
WASHINGTON, I). C, 'April 1. Gdvcrnor Oenernl Smith of the
Philippines desires to be relieved nhd will probably be succeeded by Com
BT. PI3TEIISIIUIIO, Ilussla. April 1. Tho
Army budget calling for 1266,300,00,000.
"NEW YOItK, N.
formed a (50,000,000
MEXICO'S CONGRESS -OPENED
CITY'6 FMEXICO, Mcx., April 1. President Dlax opened the 24th
m i i i m
OEN. KUROKI IS RETIRED
TOKIO, Japan, April 1. General
CRAWFORD SERIOUSLY ILL
SOIIUENTO, Italy, April 1. K. Marlon Crawford Is seriously III.
Have 'you Been tho prutty American
flags distributed by Thos. F. McTlgbo
& Co.? They nro tho Intest.
A now rhlpmont of Kollogg's AA
special whiskey fourteen years old
JusJ rcco'lved by Thos. K. McTlghC &
Co. Flno tahlo wines nnd liquors al
ways on hnnd.
Thoru s no guess-work about ordor-
Ing Alpine milk. It nlwn)n pleases,
whethor used for tho table or for cul
inary purposes. It makes uu'rythlun
tasto better. Ask for It.
You will find Just the right sort of
Knickerbockers for your boy at our
ntoro In bluo serges, khaki, nnd col
ored woolens. The boy will llko them,
too. Sllva's Toggery, King street near
Our stove wood Is hard, dry, and
seasoned nlgsroba and ohla, cut In
convenient length. It gles n steady,
lasting host,, We carry tho finest coal.
Unton-Pacltlc Transfer Co., i,iii
Fprall kinds of light and heavy,
drsylng, the Honolulu Construction
and Dr.ftJlbg Co., Ltd.", has tho finest
and most 'complete, equipment In the
cty. 'PhonV orders 'to' No. 281. Offlc6
Fort Stir opp Irwlh Co,
W SOREST, PWMElMt
fills h natluiial h'eCl,n tho land' and It
Will iako more, Ihatf the cry of J'traud"
arid "taW" froSfi' iio nvaHcldua, 'dror
reaching physlfc'lan 'to 'oVcrlhraif an
hdnopt, n(liablu. and standnrd proparrtt
tloij like Lydla E.'l'lnkhani'g Vcgotablo
6dmi6dpd. which' is mado from .'the
roots nnd herbs of tho flelil, nnd hns
curpd mo'roiwomeri of feinalb Ills than
fcny othor'r.cmcdy, Y'o.know of.
' ... .
!, (Continued from Paee 1)
llfcvo'ho has only one Btring to his
Onb of Ihcnew.schcmcs being talked
I now In tho cutting up of Pioneer stock
into twonty dollar snares, this lias
hot boeh passed tfiwn by tho Hoard
of "Directors and there la nothing to
Indicate that tho agents of tho planta
tion aro favorable The hrokor of
courso will not object to It as thoy
make their commission on tho number
crf'sharCB they handle On tho other
hand many btellevo In tho small-share
plan. bCcauBo It puts tho securities In.
to possession of moro people and gives
a wider porsonnl Interest In tho gen
eral "brbgrcsa of tho Country.
Hawaiian Commercial Is now poll
ing readily tit 1117 nnd' Is hold higher,
WalAlun 'Ih strong nt $08.60. Ouhu
Sugar holds Its own. Honoknn Is
steady at 18. . NOno of tho other
stocks wcro doalt In this morning and
ll.maybora Hay" pr two beforu things
beglh'to pop again.
' Inqulrlea fbr teal estate contlii'io,
but the Cohen tax', bill put a blnhke;
on all real cstato business from which
, Itmay not recover till tho f.eglslatutu
adjourns. Thore is not the slllihtesl
chance of Cohon'a bill raising but
Bomo pcoplo who loan money refuso to
believe It The wlso ono oro picking
Up good buys hero and ihu"j, bellcivlug
that It Is Impossible for real oslato to
remain long at Its present IgutH.
ToGUREf A COLO IN ONE SaY'
Take Laxative Dromo Quiniht
Tablets, "All druggists refund
the money i if it 'fails to cure.
E.,W. Grove's "Signature Is on
each, box "
PAR13 MEDICINE CO, St. Unit, U. S. A.
Duma has pn?ncd
FERTILIZERS IN TRUST
Y April l.-Scvcnty-flve fertilizer companies have
m . m,m m
Kurokl hnn gone on the retired
JAPAN'S JWND PLAYS
f Mayor Fern In n'ccoptlng the
f proffer "f the band from tho -f
f Japanese squadron, has mado nr-
4-rangoments for tho flagship bund
f to play nt Aala Park Saturday t
f (tomorrow) evening from 7 to t)
I Ml NEWS REVIEWED
& in m nnmm
A ,,v" l
SUICIDE OY DE3ERTED 8WAIN.
McAtester, Oklu., Mnrch H. W. II
Knlsloy of Hochcster, Wash., -cominlt-
ltd sulcldo by taking creasnte at u
hotel hero today. Ho left a loiter to
his mother, Mrs. Salomo Knlsley of
Itothester, stating that his flnncto had
secured all of his money nnd then ilc
WOMAN BOTtN ON BATTLEFIELD
OF, WATCRLOO DEAD Detroit,
.Mlct)., March 21. Mrs. Mary Ann Sul
lltrstl, wlul was horn on tho battlefield
of Waterloo,' died yesterday at St.
r.uko's.llospltal. 8ho was 93 )en
, NEW MINI8TER OF WAR-8t. Po-
lefsburg, Itussln, MArch 2i. The ap
rolntmeni of Lieutenant General Souk
litJnllliorr. chief of tho general staff,
as minister of war, to replace General
Tttidlgur.. has been officially gazetted.
LAND DEALER SHOT Santa Ann,
. " ,
March 24. As n result of a quarrel
otcr laud, Edward Ttlencrt, n German
i anchor, residing nt Lobo, this county,
twlco shot and probably fatally wound
ed O. N. Garry, a land dealer of rtcno
TRIPLE MUHDER AND SUICIDE.
-Dnnvlllo. lll..Murcli 15. Word ha.i
been received jiurn of a triple murder
and utilcldd by Itnbert Strawscr, n
rural jnkll carrjer'nt Flora. Strawser
gayo Ills thted children atrychnlne nnd
then cummilted sulcldo by swallowing
taFt simplifies spellino-
Wnshlngton, March 21. President
Tafl, by exocutlvo order, has changed
tho spoiling of' tho La Ballo national
forest tn southeastern Utah to La Bal
to conform to tho local application of
tho name to tho Salt mountains, called
by tho Spanish "La Sal."
COUNT TO WED AMERICAN
Now York, Marih 21. The Announce
ment was mado hero tonight of tho
engagement of Count ttobort do Mon
tcsquleu-Fezcnsac, the French noble
mH 'and jwet, to Mrs. Robert T. P.
Flske, nn AmoilCan widow of means,
who hns long boon a resident of Paris.
(Continued from Page 11
to thp II n I I e 1 1 n man. "Wo hnvo
a protty good city, but your street
pavements nnd tho city trams are, I
believe, ahead of ours. I am very
much surprised and pleased with Ho
nolulu, Its climate, and all.
"Wo of Australia aro 'very much
Interested In tho problem of tho Ori
ent, nnd I have a royal commission
from the Australian Government to
Investigate conditions on the west
coast or America) with special refer
ence to the Oriental.
"We of Australia Intend to pre
serve the country as a white man's
country, and jou may depend upon It
thAt there will be no'dovlatlon from
that Idea. Wo were all glad to seo
tho American fleet In our waters. It
mado ns feel better. Ours Is the most
exposed position of the Pacific ocean
to' far as proximity to tho Orient Is
concerned. It Is the firm determina
tion of our peoplo to ddlay progress
If thnt progress must bo bought with
either Oriental or black labor,"
I IN FOREIGN PORT8 ' ARRIVED
Friday, April 2. 1,
QUAY'S IIAItllOIt Arrived April 1:
Schr. Dauntless, henco Mar, 13,
SAN FIIANCI8CO Sailed April 2:
P. M, 8. S. Chlnn, 2 p. m for Ho
nolulu. SEATTLE Sailed April 1:
R.'s. Mexican, for Honolulu.
GRAYS HAItHOIt Balled April 2:
bchr. C. A. Thnycr, for Honolulu.
MAKAWELI Sailed Mar. 31:
S. S. Hyades, for Knhultl.
Wednesday, March 31, 1903.
GAVIOTA Sailed Mar. 28.
S. S. Ilosocrnns, towing Monterey,
SAN FRANCISCO- Arrived Mnrch 31.
S. 8. Hllonlnn. 2 p. in., bc-ico Mnr 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Macli Si
nk. It. P. Rlthet, for Hllo.
Tuesday, March 30.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived Mch. 20:
8. 8. Mancliurln, henco Mnr. 23.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco Mar. 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed Mar. 30:
8. S. Alameda, henco Mar. 24.
SAI.1NA CHUZ Sailed Mnr. 27:
8. S, Mlssoifrlan, for Ban Francisco.
11II.O Sailed Mch. 27:
8. 8. Texan, for Sallna Cms.
Hnna Arrived Mnr. 28:
8chr, Jns. ltolph, from San Fran
cisco, Monday, March 29.
SAN FRANCISCO Snlled Mar. 28:
Su. John Kim. for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Suited Mnr. 27:
8. S. Enterprise for Hllo.
SEATTLE Arrived Mnr. 28:
8. S. Mexican, from San Francisco
GAVIOTA Arrhed Mar. 29:
Schr. M. E. Chllcott, henco Mar. IU.
Saturday, March 27,
VANCOUVER Snlled March 2(1:
8. S. Makura, for Honolulu.
DELAWARE IIIIEAICWATKU An
rived .March 27:
8, 8, Alaskan, from Hllo, Jan. 23.
YOKOHAMA Snlled Mnr. 27:
H. S. Asln, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mitr. 27:
Uktne Coionndn, for Honolulu.
Friday, March 26.
NAGASAKI Snlled March 22:
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnr. 2':
8. S. Mexican, for Scuttle.
SAN FRANCISCO Snlled Mnr. 2J:
8. S. Siberia, 1 p. in., for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mar. id:
8. 8. Korea, henco Mar. IS.
Tuesday, March 23.
SYDNEY Arrived Mnr. 81:
8. 8. Mo.mu, henco Mur. .
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed Mnr. 23.
S. 8. China, 9 n. m., hence Mur. 16
HII.O Sailed Mar. 21:
8. 8. Arlzounn, for Now York la
KAHULUl-Sntlod Mch. 22:
Dktn. W. F. Gannon, for Poit Town
send. MAHUKONA Sailed Mch. IC:
J. II. Ilruco, for Sun Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar 20:
8. 8, Choo, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed Mnr. 20:
S. S. Mexican, from Snllnn Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed Mch. 22:
Schr. Defender, from Honnlpu,
SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed Mnr. 22:
Itktno Irmgard, for Honolulu.
EI.HELl-8alled Mch. 20:
Dktn. MnkAwell, for Port Townsend
Saturday, March 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mch. 20:
S. 8. Mexican, from Snllnt Ofuz.
YOKOHAMA Sallod Mch. 20:
8. 8. Chlyo Muni, for Honolulu.
WHAT IS TAYLOR'S
BUSINESS IN TOWN?
Presence of U.S. Secret
Service Man Cause
Tho fact that n secret servlco man
from Washington Is In town, Is stirring
up much curiosity lu certnlu circles.
Richard Taylor, who was considered
one of President Iloosuvclt's best men,
hns been In Honolulu on several occa
sions. His last visit vvnR rumored to hnvo
been In connection with tho puichuse
of tho site for tho Government build
ing, but It Ih said that that wus only
a nldo Usuo. Ho Is remarkably well
Informed about those Islands, nnd hna
traveled all ovor the group. His
knowledge of tho real Inside workings
of tho various concerns of this city Is
Why 'Honolulu Is hoiioied with this
present visit ho ono seems ablo to sny,
but It Is generally conceded thnt ho Is
hero on Important ljslness.
Tho Marquis of Angelsey hns nr
rived lu Sun Francisco with his cons.
In, Captain A F. Paget. They nre
travollng for pleasure, and will pro'
ceed'Bouth In a few dnyB.
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyote
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin; St. opp-"j'a South St
Friday. Aurll 2.
8. 8. Makura, Glbh, fiom Vnncottver,
!:I0 p. 'm.
' 8. S. Mnktira, Glbh, for tho Colonies,
11 P. m. ,
Thursday, April 1.
Slmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, B p. nt.
Btmr. Helene, Nelson, for Hnwnll,
.:l!i p. m.
Btmr. Mlkahnla, Pedersen, w
Kauai, S:3r p. in.
A.-H. 8. 8. Pleiades, Armstrong, for
Knhulul, 7: 2." p. m.
C.-A. S. 8. Aorangl, Phillips, for
llrltUh Columbia, B:30 p. m. -
P. M. 8. 8. Siberia, for tho Orient,
G: 10 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Sheildnn, from Mnnlhi
(rctiorteil by wireless off Midway Is
land, Wednesday night).
PA83ENOER8 ARRIVED f
Per 8. 8. Mnknrn, from Vnncouver,
April 2. Miss It. Norrlo. Messrs. 8.
If. Dowsctt, O. Ileadon, Misses F. Cnr
(ledge, II. Wilkinson, A. Dalmcy, Aus
tin (2), Mcmlnme Lnwrcnce, 15.
Inines, SI. It. Wnlty. M. A. Ilowltt,
Mr. C. E. Lawrence, nnd 12 steerage.
Per stmr. Cl.iudlne, Dennett,
Maul nnd Hnwnll ports, Mnreh 22,
p. iu. Prof. T. A Jagger nnd wlfo.
Mrs. .Iiiklns. Miss II. Smith. Miss V.
Mnkeo, Mrs. 8. Kelllnol nnd child. It.
Hitchcock, Gay boys (2), II. Hugo, A.
Wnkofluld, Miss J. O. McDonald, Miss
Alleen Olbb, C. Itcmccke, C W Haiti
win, L. Y. Alona. Chns Alapal. W.
Lldgate, M. F. Prossor, J. J. Kline. A.
riurliley, It. Wnlker, W. D. Lowell, (loo
Up Chong Sun, Young Young
j WATERFRONT NOTES i
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
1IUMUOI.DT I1AK, CAI
Notice Is hereby given that Outsldo
War Hell Duoy, Humboldt biy vntrnnro,
California, wni reKrtcd capsized thin
morning. It will bo replaced ns soon
Ily order of tho Lighthouse llo ird.
ONE OF THE LONGEST wlteleH
messages was received fiom tho truus
port Sheridan hist Wednesday night.
Sim reported thnt she was 20nn miles
iwny from hero, and 2.1 miles off Mid
way Island It Is expected Unit shu
will bo heio next Sun lay Among tho
ngfllcers on board her nro Major Rob
ert S. Woodson, medical corps; Clip-
Inln Patrick A. Connolly, Twenty-sixth
Infantry; Lieutenants William J.
Ayres. Philippine Scouts; William J.
nrowne, Philippine Scouts; John .1.
Klngmiin, Engineer C'oips; John ('
Muloney, Philippine Scouts; Iliiinn T.
Schcr, Third Infantry, George II.
Shawn. Thlrtlclh Inriintry; Frank ()
Smith. Philippine Smuts; Francis W.
Iltfflliiy, Twenty-ninth Infantry; Wal
lace'!:, Sibln, medical roHorvo corpa
Tliu last-named two officers nro ic
piirleil to bo M-rlously HI Tho tram.
pott (H)k S30 tons of coal nbo.nd nt
M nulla and cirrles foit one rnsiiul.i.
thirty-four sick nnd twenls flvo mil
THE OIL STEAMER Itosccrnna,
with tho Inrgo .Monterey In tow, nr
rlvcil this morning from Guvlotn, bring-
lug nbout 30,000 barrels of oil for this
port. They inndo tho trip In ll'S dnju.
As soon ns they have discharged (heir
oil cargo nt tho railroad whnrf, limy
win leave for their homo port.
THE CLAUDINE will lenvo thin u(
lernonii for Maul nnd Hnwnll poiln.
She siiIIh nt 6 o'clock, taking passcu
gers, mall uii'd general cargo.
THE W. O. HALL sailed yesterday
iirteinnon lor her tegular ports of cull
Friday, Apt II 2
Tonipcrntnres o u, m., r,8; 8 n. m,
71; 10 n. in., 72; noon, 71; inoriilug
Haromcter, 8 n. in., 30.01; nlno
lute humidity, 8 a. m r,.933 gnilns
per cubic foot; lelatlvo liunildlty, 8
n. in., 72 per tent.; dow point, 8 ,i.
Willi! G n. m velocity 9, dli op
tion NE; 8 n. m., velocity 4, direc
tion N; 10 n. in., velocity 0, illree
Hon NE; noon, velocity 12, direction
Rainfall during 21 hours ended
8 n. m. Tinru. -
Totnl wind movement dining 24
hours ended nt noon, lir miles.
WM. D, STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Iluioau.
Now Yorkeia who mo promnllug
nn Independent movement In pollllva
pioposo to ralBo $123,000 a e:ir by
private subset Ipthm and pay It In
the 'honest," Inedcpondciit man who
will consent to bo Mnor of the city
mid who Is elected to tho olllco.
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