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bvenwo nmtBTiN, Honolulu, t. h., Saturday, ArniL 17, moo.
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mastet
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
6 p. m.
Hawaiian Lodfle Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially InvlteJ to
attend meetings of local lodges
HAJBMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets oveiy Juouday evening it
7;J0 lit 1. O. O f Hall, Tort Street
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
1. U. WICKIJ, N. O.
Air vUttluK brotheM very cordlall
OAHU LODOB, Mo. 1, K. of P
MteU every Orst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Halt.
mner I'crt and lleretanla. Vliltlua
profiler cordially Invited to attenit
V. II. NUGENT, C. 0.
R. (JOSI.INU, K. 11. S.
XOJIOLULU LODQE 010, B. P. 0. S.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, I). F. 0.
Elks, meets tu tholr hall, ou Ktni
Street, near Tort, every Friday even-
leg. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTIHTT, E. K.
II. C. EASTON, Soc'y.
Wm, JZ'EDILEY LODOE No.8, K.otP.
Ucilt evory 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
Teniae at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
IUU, cor. Fort and Deretanln. VUlv
Ux brnthors cordially Invited to
r. m. Mcorew, c. o.
B. A. JACOB3EN, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. 1.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WT.D
NBSDAY evenings ot each month M
Tt BO o'clock lu K. ot P. Hall, cornet
Garetanla and Fort streets.
VUItlnc Eagles nts InTlted to tit
fond. W. M. McCOT, W., Preat.
II. T. MOORE. Becy.
U HAWAIIAN TRI3E Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every flrtt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! ear
.lially Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Baehem.
D. V. TODD, C. of R.
The bcit cssortnient ever
ihown in tie city. STYLES
uid PFJCES TO SUIT EVEI1Y
Leave yonr order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Cindy, Fresh
Corner King nnd. Fort Streeli,
(.', All kinds In roll and sb?ets.
AMIHICAN-HAWAIIAN FAPES S
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen its., Jtonolulu.
Tsl. 410. Gconte G. Guilci. Qen. Me'r.
ORDER A CASS BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING,
Odea: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kinjr St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by tbo Bullotln
For Business or
pondence Blank Books
Oat & Mossnian,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0,
Pastry than we
HOTEL HEAR UNION
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
7. ABADIE, Prop . Phono 1401.
AND DECORATIVE PLAJTTI,
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUHQ Bit
'Th Finest Bathing on the lBk.
Meals At All Hour,
WINS9, LIQUORS, AND CISABI.
W. C. BERQIN, Proprietor-..
FOR SALT. AT ALL BARS
jssatssa i ii wmd
riitSH FRUITS and
VEGETABLES just in.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St. near Bethel.
For Distilled Water and Assort!
Soda Watet, delivered to offlM us
reiidence, BINO UP 657.
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St. H. R. DE SA.
The Manhattan Cafe
Mecls and Short Order at All Time
of ths Day and Nighf. We Nevar
Sleep. POST ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop,,
TYPEWRITERS AND, . .
Everything that the Nam Implies.
Office Supply Co.,tfd
031 FORT ST.
aUSYSIONE-ILOIN WATCHESI .
At AU WakhdeaUn.
Agent for Hawaiian Iilaadf,!
lor. FORT and KIVG Sti.. H-oaojula.
put in at your home, connecting
hou,sc and garage or stable, servants'
quarters, etc., at very little expense.
UNION EJLECTRIO COMPANY
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. Look
it u. DO. IT NOW.
HAKRI10N MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Nos. 60-71 Beretania St.
. FhoM 411.
. LOCAL kW GENERAL
iWF" Tlievraost pleasant way to, ask
a malihini to occupy an unrented
room is to let a Bulletin Want
Ad. do it for you.
Ride in Sullivan's hack. Phone 200,
Al. Thurlow of the llujal Annex
8crcs the finest meals In town.
The Hoard of Supervisors will meet
tonight In Its regular AsscmliW Ha'l
C. W. Dale, formerly of Puuncno
cnRlnleerlng staff, 1r In town iur a
If you aro IooMdk for any, of you!
friends go to the "Two Jnclcs" and
jou'll nnd ibem.
Tako ypur cirrlaRs or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fo
If you want jour lint cleaned right
send It to the Expert lint Clcanein
Fort street, opposite Club Stablos.
Children' dresses and parasols ou
tale nt Rlom's this week. Oct In out
of the mm beforo i oh nro too lato.
J. A. McCnndtces linn so far recov
ered from his recent operation that he
was remmed today from the Queen's
Hospital his home In Nuuanii.
The new $25,000 bond of County Au
ditor Illcknell was presented to tho
Uonrd of Supenlsnrs last night and ac
cepted, nnd a charge of $250 ns pre
mlum was nlloned.
A city nnd county ordinance drctt
was prcrchtcd'to tho bonrd last een
Ing by Deputy Attorney Mllycrton re
lating to n prohibition against throw
ing banann and orange peeU and other
rubbish on tho sldenalksl on any mu
nicipal prcmlrcs, or In any railway car,
tbo penalty being plnrcd nt from $5 to
HIT n CENT OF THE
OF HE 0. i.
Ihe In rural districts remote from phy
sicians nr drug stoics, and they are
obliged to depend upon proprietary
mcdlclncH to a very great extent.
To the women In these homes such
stnndard rcmcdlc.i as l.jilln Ii Pink
hnm'H Vegetable Compound comu ns n
boon nnd n blessing. Records show
that It has cured more women of those
it ix' .id feminine Ills than nny other
BRING BACK MR. ABE
(Continued from Ppe 1)
In the indictment, the lii-iuJ Jurj
passed tho following reolu'.lun:
"Wo would rusicctfu.ly urgo upon
the Legislature of the Tcrrltoiy of Ha
waii, now in session, to appropriate
sufficient funds to cuablo tho proper
authorities to procure the extradition
ot tbo nboYC-nnmcd Yoshltoro Abe,
who la now on his way to Japan.
"Wo nro informed that Abo was for
merly extradited and brought back
from tho Empire of Japan to nnswor a
charge of. forgery, but that, owing to
n varlanco between tho proof and In
dictment In his enso, tho Territory
failed to obtain n conviction.
"Wo nro further lnfonned that Jap
anoso residents of Honolulu and cit
izens of Honolulu contributed largely
to tho expense of such extradition, nnd
wo believe that It Is In tho, Interests
of Justlco tlmt.Abc.sliouId bo, prosecut
ed, nnd if posslblo n conviction ob
tained, as the offenses with which lie
Is charged constitute a serious crimp,
striking nt tho root of commercial con
fidence, and calling for strenuous
prosecution to protect tho business
community and vindlcato tho law.
(Signed) "M. J. niSSEI..
"Foreman of Grand Jury."
Tho Oram! Jury roso at 11:30 and
wna excused until Monday, Dotccttvo
Iiko of tho City and County Attor
ney's office, vns In charge of tho wit
nesses and Mr. Cnthcart presented tho
caseB to tho Grand Jury.
SENATORS WILL HONOR
(Continued from Pace 1)
cldcdly fitting (hut tho Senato should
tnko tho lead In such a matter, Mr,
Fairbanks having, as Vlco-Prosldent of
tho United States acted as President
of tho United Statos Senato for buv
oral yearB. Ho appointed Senators
McCarthy, Kalrchlld, Kniama and Ma-
kukau on-the commlttoo. Tho resolu
"Whereas., Mr. Clias. W. FAjrbnnks,
ex Vlco-Presldcnt of tho United .States
of America, is to arrlvo in Honolulu on
rrldny, April 2S, 1909, and It Is do-
slrablo that ho should bo shown tho
coutcsy that his high position, do
mands, thereforo bo It
"Resolved, (hot. n. Commltteo con
sisting of tho President of the Bennto
and four mombcrs, bo appointed by
tho Presldontrtf tho Senate, bo autfior,
Ized to nsslstjln his e'ntortnlnmcnt."
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Blak books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured , by tho Bulletin
I. ' ,' i
BULLETIN AD8 PAY -g
A Most IxotHtnt Assortaut at
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 8. KING ST. PHONE 525.
IHE BEST "FITTEaS".-IN TOWN.
Japan's Big Scandal
TOKIO. Japan. April 16. Nine members of the lower, house of the
Diet hnvo been arrested on chnrges the nnture of which Is withheld from
the public. It Is believed, that tho crime Is bribery In, connection with the
(Juestlonablq transactions ot tho Japan Sugar, Company. A great sensa
tion has been caused In political nnd social circles.
CHANGE. IN. ARMY OFFICERS ,
WASHINGTON1. D, C, April 10.
brigadier general nhd Rrlgndlcr General Carter n major general on tlio
retirement or ucncral weston, uoionci.jtnigiii or mo engineers win uo
mnda a brigadier general, vice Carter,- Colonel M. P. Mnus will become
a brigadier general on the retirement' of General Knight next year.
T ,., -,;-; r
'' , -TAFT TALKS WITH LABOR MEN
a , n -
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 16. OomperB and other leaders of the
Fcdorntlon of Labor had a long conference with President Taft on labor
NELSON TO FIGHT AGAIN.
CHICAGO, HI., April 16. Rattling Nelson and McFnrland hnve been
mntched for a 4 5 -round go at San Francisco on July 5,
Royal Annex for oysters, crabs.
frogs' legs nnd lobstcrr. Sco sign.
A notlco of sealed tenders for pub
lishing In Hawaiian language tho Ses
sion iMwa of 1909 appears lu this Is
sue. Valtoldl, In tho Mnionlc block, Ala-
kot street, has nlwajft on hand tho
choicest cut (lowers, nnd will supply
Individuals on nny occasion.
J. Cnrlo will loan suit money It you
aro hard up, and fix tho Interest nt n
reasonable amount. Two stores. Nuu
nnu nbuvo King and Fort abovo Ilotol.
Tho Packard Shoo for men Is a
stylish shoo at a popular price. The
best value In shoes on tho market U
our $1.50 nnd $3 PackardB. Mclncniy
'You must have tnmcthliiK to Inter
est J ou. Why not let It bo n rnnll
Wt nt Knlmukl, with a pretty cottage
Just being built. The Hawaiian Trust
Company, Ltd., can Interest you."
Tho Alameda brought a big ship
ment of the now est nnd most fetching
spring goods, which will bo shown next
week nt tho N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Co. La test, millinery nnd dress goods.
One, thousand new records for the
Columbia Graphophono havo Just been
lecelved by Wall, Nichols Co. Com
plete ontfllB at prlcca to suit ever) one
can be purchased of thcin. on easy
Ladles of Honolulu will find tho very
latest and most exclusive millinery
stjlcs at the parlors of Miss Power in
tho Doston Rulldlng. Most of these
wcro personally selected by Miss
Special offers on books from East
ern publishers , aro In tho magazines
and In tho malls'. Ilrown &. Lyon Co.
dupllcato theso orders. Somo ot these
special bankrupt offers aro on hand
now. Sco their ad.'
Jordan's big sale has fairly won tho
approbation of nearly every lady In
Honolulu. Thcro has been moro bus
iness at No. 10 store this week than
Is usually dono In two months. Tho
salo Is a thoroughly genuine, ono. Tho
business Is being reconstructed right
from beginning to end. Immense quan
tities of now goods aro ordered. Tho
whoto of tho present stock must bo
sold. Tho bargains for Monday and
next wcok aro offered In another col
umn ot this Isaiio of tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
'Continued from Pace 11
ond, amendment to tho effect that os
teopaths holding a license from tho
Doard of Osteopathic examiners ot
any stato shall bo granted a llcenso to
practice In Hawaii.
As finally passed tho bill permits
both osteopaths and Christian Scl
pntUts to pract(co,JU tho Blcks Tho
original bill barred bpth classes.
$5000 For Cummins.
Tho bill, 8. U., 95. to pay back to
John A, Cummins tho $5000 ho was
fined In 1905 upon his Inadycrton't
confession o high troason, passed tho
House without debato by a voto of
27 to 0.
Road Fund Money,
Senate Dill 137; providing for turn
ing over to tho counties a total of
$1670.03,, special road fund money now
ln the Territorial treasury, paBsod
third roadingi and goes, to tho Gov
ernor for his approval.
Houso 11,111 217,. Introduced by Ht)d
dy,,tg creato'a sinking fund,for tho re
demption or purchase, of Torrltorjal
bonds now outstanding or to bo Issued
lu tho future, passed its third reading
this morning In tho Houso. ,
Houso Bill 210, relating to public
loans, also paBsod. This bill provides
that all bonds Issued under authority
pf.Act 42 of, tho, Session Laws of, 1903
shall bear Intoijost', at 5. per cent, pay
able somi-annually,, and bo mado pay
ablo or redeemable at such tlme,a
from tho date ot Issuo as will comply
Ith tho Organic Act.
Knmahu Introduced a resolution
calling upon tho Doard ot Health to
Colonel Augur will bo made .a
cauje n reexamination of Charles
Wulnul, who for twenty jenra has
been confined nt the leper, Holtlement
ns n lopcr. The resolution sets out
that tho only symptoms of leprosy
shown by Wnlnut nro certain Bhrlvcl
Icd fingors, and that ho lina carried
these slncu his lmjhood.
Shingle Introduced n bill defining
tho powers nnd duties ot tho Hoard of
Regents of tho College of Agriculture
and Machnnlo Arts, providing that
they may nppolnt n treasurer and oth
er oinceisj hnvo power to acquire
property, etc. The bill ncccpts tbo
Congressional grnV of April .10, 1890,
and provides thai nil lauds nnd otiicr
piopcrty ncqulied shall remain tho
property, of tho Territory In perpetu
ity. Another bill was Introduced by Shin
glo minting lo Usuinco of certificates
of tltlo by tho Court of I.nnJ Registra
tion. WATERFRONT NOTES
PURSER PHILLIPS of the Manna
Ken, which arilicd this morning frpm
Hawaii, ropoits the following sugar on
Hawaii, rendy for shipment: Qlaa,
23,224; Walakct, COOO; Hawaii Mill,
G000; Walluku, 9500; Onomea, 13,31,1;
Pepcokco, 11.130; Hnnumu, 34C0; 11a
kulau, 15,000; Laupahochuo. EP00I
Qo'kala, 5800; Kukalitu, It. 1C0O; I)
1800; Hamakua. 13,000; I'aauliau,
90C0; Ilonokaa, 19,000; Kiikulhnclo,
iS.80Cf; Punaluii, C170; Honuapo, 7171.
THE KINAU, nrrlUng this morning
from Knual, brought SO pieces rails, 9
empty oil barrels, 10 bags cocnanuts,
and 50 packages sundries. Purser
Grubo reports tho following sugar on
Knual ready for shipment: P., 22,821;
II. M., 15.2C0; K. P., 6513; Malt., C8,
039; McU., 30,093; O. & R.. 1130; K. S.
M., 10,050; M. 8. Co., 21,000! K. S. Co.,
THE NOEAU arrived this morning
from Kllauen, Knual, bringing 2091
bags of sugar and 33 packages sun
dries. PAaBKNQCRS DIPARTID
Per S. S. Mongolia, for San Fran
cisco. Anrll 17. Charles F. Doln and
wlfo, J. R. Gait and wlfo. Carter Gait,
F. C. Schcrnstcln and wlfo. O. J. Ger
main nnd wlfo, Mrs. E. C. Atkins, Mrs.
A. Mackintosh, Mist G. Mackintosh,
Miss F, B. Day, A. F. Inudscn. Mrs.
V. Knudson, Mrs. C. L. Soylott. W. 11,
Woftervolt, wlfo nnd child, E. II.
Wodohousc, N. A. Gladding, Mrs. W.
H. Chnrlock. Mrs. P. W. Crnlc. Miss
JUanltA Ie'ck(oy, Goo. .1. Rlrhnrdron,
wtro and Inrast. Mrs. Loulso Duncan,
u. KrunntaqK, v. s. Stewart.
Per stmr. Claiidlno. for Maul nuM Ha
waii ports, April 16, 5 p. m, Miss Fitz
Jfenry, MIbb A. L. Hitchcock, Capt. J)
Wlllctt. MM, Ionn, Master Iona. Lapn-
nn Kcawcpooo'Io, M. Kcfello, W. G.
nan, Mrs. Bruns, Mrs. Jardln, H. R.
Smjthe nnd 3 children, Mrs. Kniiahclc.
Por 8. 8, Hllonlan, Johnson, for San
Francisco, April 20, 10 ns in. Mrs.
Ilcnnor nnd 4 children. Miss Perkins,
C. I). Mr Williams, Mm. Harry Johns
ton and 3 children. A. F. Pelern, Mrs.
J. V. Boat es, L. D. Mcndoncu. Mrs,
Mcndonca. Robt. Rndlck, M. L. Chllds,
Mrs. K. Wnldcn and 3 children, Miss
E. Gnomnn, Miss Lawrenco, Mrs. Law
rence, Miss II. J. Ilrlerloy, W. K. An
drews and wife, Mrs. H. I. Lllllo, Col.
Geo. Frcncli. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Pnr
sons. Mrs. Harger and 2 children. M.
A. Ellvn. Thos. I'ustaco. Mrs. Hus
taco, Mrs. M. 8. Iteutor, J. T, Staff,
- Tho funeral of tho lato Henry R.
Mncfarlano takes place this after
noon at 4 o'clock from tho resldonr-o
Of Goorgo C. Potter. Tho pallbenrors
aro Cecil Brown, Capt. Ross, Judgo
Dole, 3. Ml Damon, II. F. Dillingham,
Ocrrlt Wilder, and Curtis Iaukea.
Notable among tho wealth ot floral
PlTerlugB wa3 a splendid remembrance
trora tho Chamber of Commerce, of
which Mr, Mncfarlane was one of,tho
oldest members. -
gUn. BULLETIN AD8PAy
Sea? Wrens, $ 1,00
18-foot Mo(or Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, S17S, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D.-WALKERS. B0A1
AND MACHINE WORKS
Klim fit, opp'a South St,
IN FOREIGN PORTS ,
Friaay, prn 10, iv.
uniSHANn Balled April 13:
S. 8. Mamma, for Honolulu.
RATTLK Sailed April 16:
B. B. Mlssourlnn. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 15:
S. B. Chlyo Mam, fof Honolulu.
HILO Arrived April 11:
Ship John Kna, from San Francisco.
HILO Arrived April 13:
Ilk. It. P. Rllhct, from 8nn Francisco.
HlLO-Balled April 14:
S. S. Unlcrprlse. for San Francisco.
Thursday. April 15.
SAN FRANCISCO-r-Salled April 14:
Bchr. J. II. Bruce, for Mnln'.kona.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apill 14.
P. M. 8. S. Asia, 5 p. in., licnco
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlvi il April 15:
S. S. Hyndes, from Kahulul, Apill o.
8. S. Pleiades, from Knnuaputl,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 15:
S. S. Lurllne, for Honolulu,
Wednesday, April 14.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed April 13:
8. S. Columbian, for San Francisco.
POUT GAM11LH Anlved April 13:
Sclir. Ilorcnlls, from Kahulul.
QUAYS HARBOR Sailed Apill 13:
Bchr. Robert Lowers, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 14:
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, hence. April 6.
Tuesday, April 13, 1C39.
PORT TOWNSKND Arrived April 12:
V. F. Oarms, from Kahulul, Mar1. 22.
YOKOHAMA Balled April 13:
B. 8. Alesla, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed April 10:
8. S. Virginian, for Balina Cruz.
Monday, April 12.
SHATTLH Arrived April 11:
B. S. Mlr.Domlan, from San Fran
cisco, rORT LUDLOW Sailed April 11:
Schr. Hclenc, for Honolulu.
KVKRKTT Sailed Apill U:
Bchr. O. M". Kellogg, for Kahulul, ,
SALINA CRUZ ArrUeil April 10:
S. S. Toxan, from Hlln Feb. 27.
YOKOHAMA Arrhcd April 12:
13. B, Siberia, hence April 1.
Saturday, Aprlf 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlcd. April 9:
S, S. Lurllne, hcuco Mar. 31.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Apill 9:
8, 8. Manchuria, 1 p. m., for Hono
VICTORIA Arrived April 9:
8, 8. Aorangl, henco April 1.
HILO Arrived April 9:
Ilk. Albert, fiom Port Ludlow.
Friday, April 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Bulled April 9:
P. M. S. S. Muiiihurla, 1 p. m.. for
llnnfiltilti " -
Thursday, Apfll 0,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Apill 7:
S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Sailed April 1:
"M. K. Chllcott, for Honnliilu.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed April, 7-
Bktno Fullcrton, for Honolulu.,)
Wednesday, April 7, 1009
YOKOHAMA Arrived April C:;
8. S. Nlppou Maru, henco Mar. 26
SAN FRANCISCO Balled April 7:
Noon, S. 8. Hllonlan, for Honolulu
Tuesday, April C.
SAN FRANC18CO Arrived April 5:
Bk. S. C. Alton, henco Mar. 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 5:
U. SA. T. Thomas, 12 in., for Hono
lulu. 8AL1NA CHU7. Arrived Mar. 27:
S. 8. Columbian, from llllo, Mar 13.
KAANAPALI Sailed April 4:
8. S, Plolades, for San Frauclsco.
KAHULUI Sailed April 5:
8. S. Iljndes, for San Francisco.
Monday, April 5.
SAN FRANCIBCO Anhed April 5:
8. 8. Mlssourlan, front Sallna Cruz.
8. 8. Chlyo Maru, 8 a. m hence
March 30. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 4.
Schr. J. H. Bruce, from Mahukoiia.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 3:
Schr. Dofondcr, for Honoluu.
PORT TOWNSHND Arrive! April 5:
Bktno. Makawclt, from Glcclo, Mar.
COOS BAY Arrived April 5:
Bktne. M. IJ, Wlnkclmann, from
llllo, Mar 15.
MIDWAY ISLAND Arrived April .4;
"Bchr. riaurenco Ward, henco Man
Saturday, April 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Snllod April S:
Schr. W. H. Marston, for Honolulu,
a. B. Alameda, 11 a. m., for Honolulu
SAN LUIS Arrhcd April 3:
Bktne. Fullerton, henco Mar. 5.
Friday, April 2.
GRAY'S HARBOR Arrived April 1:
Schr. DaunHcss, henco Mar. 13,
8AN FRANCISqQ-Salled April 2:
P. M. 8. S. China, 2 p. m for Ho.
BKATTLG 8nlled April 1:
8. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
GRAYS HARBOUrSallod Aprll-2:
Schr, Ci A. Thayor,' for Honolulu.
MAKAWELI Salicd Mar. 31:
8. 8. Hyadcs, for Kahulul.
Wednesday, March 31, 1909.
GAVIOTA Balled Mnr. 28.
8. 8. Rosocrans, towing Monterey,
SAN FRANCIBCO Arrived March 31
S. 8. Hllonlan, 2 p. m., henco Mnr 23.
BAN FRANCISCO Balled Maieji 31'
Bk. R. p. Rlthet, for llllo.
Tuesday, March CO.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived (Mch. 29:
8. S. Manchuria, henco. Mar.23.
Bk. Andrew Welch, henco Mar. 11,
Friday, April 16.
P. 'M. S. S. Mongolia, front tho
Orient, C11C p. m.
Saturday, April 17.
Stmr. Mnuna Kca, Freeman, front
llllo nnd Maul ports, 7 a. m.
8tmr. Klnail, Gregory, from Kauai,
5 n. m,
Stmr. Nocau. Pedcrson, front Kllau
en. Knual, 12:30 a. in.
Bchr. Concord, Piltz, from Chrlslmau
Island, 7:30 n. m.
T,Vl.lnv. Anrlt 16.
Stmr, Claudlno, Bennett, for Maul, C
Saturday, April 17.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for San Fran
ilsco, 10 a. m.
Schr. Allco Cooke, Pcnhallow, for
Bk, Dolbardarn Castle, Baxter, for
Per P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, from tho
Orient, April 16. For Honolulu: K.
Salto, James Scott, C. Hedomann, Mm.
C Hcdcmaiin, II. II. Hcen, Geo, W.
illll, Mrs. Geo, W. Hill and 2 children.
Sils's J. C. Emery, N. Faurlo. Through:
Miss K. McBurney, J. K. McForrlster,
.Mrs. L. 1", Miller, Garrlljor Ajoncr,
Rov. W. C. Nowtoi Mrs. W, C. Now.
ton nnd 6 children, Miss F. Phelps, R.
M. Ransom, Mrs. R. M. Ransom, E.
linage, II. Bayers. Mrs. B. Sayers, Miss
Bayers, II, W. Schumann, A. E. Schacf
far, W. 8ldoboton, II, Abegg, J. W.
Ilntem.'in, E. W. Boach, Miss 3. Beach,
Rov. H. T, Black, Mrs. II. T. Black nnd
eon. Mre, A. J. Cndy, Mrs. F. Clar
Mire, A., Clarence, Ylng Hung Clilng,
Air i. T. Y. Chang, 2 children 'and eci--viint,
O. W. Chung, G. W, Clcmsoji,
Mid. G W. Clcmson, Miss F. Ctcmsqjt,
Mlta E. Clcmson, Capt. B, B. Cobcck,
Lieut. F. A, Croks, a. W, Crpoks, Mrs.
O. Wl Crooks, A. M, Clothier, Dr. T. ,
II. Daniels, Mrs. T. II -Daniels and 2
children, Rov. J. H. Dickson, Mrs. J.
II. Dickson and 2 children, W, JvDoh
orly. Mrs, V. Dubai r. .Mrs. O. B. Ells
worth, Mrs. II. II. Ellsworth, Mrs. En
worth, Cnpta. II. C. Fairfax, A. J. KliOi
er, ..Mrs. A. J. Fisher and child, J. C.
Fletcher, D. Forbes, O. O. 3. Forsyth,
Mrs. O. G. 8. Forsyth, Miss M. Boll
man. Rev, Burton St. John, Mm. Bur
Ion 8t. Juhn nnd 2.chl!drei,,J, Thava
net, J. Stewart Thompson,, Georgo
TIsehcn), Mre. Geogo, Tlschein, E.
Vogelsang, Commander G. WcbBtor,
Mrs. a. Webster, F. C. Wecms., Mbs
Nora Weir, II. W. II. Wilkinson, Mls3
M. D. Wllloford, Mrs. A. Wills and
daughter, R. T. Wjnston, Mrs. It. T.
Winston, A. V. da Frc'ltas, Rov. L. II.
Fretts, Mrs. L. II. Frctts, A. Froy,
Lieut. V. D. Fustado, S. Henry Gray,
Miss N. Gray, Mrs. M. J. Gosling; Mm.
S. La Grave, Mrs. L. M. Hathaway,
Miss M. Hempstead, Miss' E. Hcrsch
lor, M. S. Illll, T. M. Hill, 8. L. Hop
kins, J, Ichlcawa, Miss K. R. Irons,
.Win, G. Irons, MIbs Ella Jeter, II. A.
Kcoly, Mrs. S. 8. Kerr, Miss E. E.
Kestler, Mrs. II. Krusl, Miss P.
Krusl, Miss E. M. Lewis,, Hon. J.
LowIb, Liu Hun Kltt, II. W. Lombard,
Mm. Loo Yii Chlng nnd son. Major A.
3. do Lotblnlcro, Mrs. A. J. do Lot-
binlero, E. O. 1ivott, Mrs. E. O. Iav-
ott, Miss J. McBurney, Miss J, F,
Lewis, Georgo Wlllcy.
Per stmr. Mauiia Ken, Freeman,
doiii llllo and Maul ports, April t7,
Miss U. Moore, Aliss M. BkllllBOii, C.
Atherton, Miss M. Bingham, Mrs. G.
E. Bingham, W. Ljnch, C. A. Brown,
Miss 8. Todd, W. A. Todd, R. 8. IJIIIo.
MIsb J, R. Grluto, St. C. Sayrcs, J.
Hughes, J, Aklnn, Rov. S. Desha, C.
8. Schultze, Van Hlng, J. A. R. Vlorla,
J, A. Russell, D. McCorrlstim, Mrs. W.
8. Porter, Mrs. G. McGowau, A. Lind
say, W. J. Dyer, F. Takcnchl. D. K.
Eguchl, N. Munro, Mm. Mcrrlllj Mm.
E. Barnnid, H. P. Beckloy, J. II. Fill
der, J. O, tawts, Baron Knrluhlcy,.
W, Todd, J, MoIbo, B. Jnmmlo, R, Snlf
fen, M. Faria, W. Lnwnlo, A. F. Tn
Vares, N. Unlisted, W. F. Coko, L. K.
Smith, 8. R. Sylvn, A. Furtado, . S.
Smith, Mis.. E, n. Carloy, A. J. Spitz-
cr, D. Adama, Mrs. A. G. Mnillnsou,
Per stmr. Klnnu, from Kauai, April
17, 2:46 n. m. T. A. Burnlnghnin, Mrs.
J. Kaao, Mrs. Mnklkoa, O, II. Swecry,
Miss Iibeny, Mrs. Kobber, F. ,E.
HawcB, q. D. Herrh-k, Miss II. Wa(or
honr.o, Mm, Cliow Kco, I, Nakamura
and 29 deck, i
Per stmr. Noeau, Pedcrson, front
K,aual, Aprjl 17, Mr. anj Mrs. di
W H,a S 3E 5 K K K K 3t K a H St a
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved Mnr. 30;
8. S. Alameda, henco Mar. 24.
SAI.lNA qrUJSl-Salled Mar. 27:
S, S. Mlssourlan, for San Francisco.
HILO Sallod Mch. 27:
8. S. Tpxan, for Sallna Cruz.
Haija Arrive Mnr. 28:
Bchr. Jas. Rolph, 'from Son Fran
Cisco. Monday, March 29,
8AN FnANCiBCO-Snlled Mar. 28:
Sp. John Enj,. for llllo.
SAN FRANpiSCO-Sallcd Mar. 27:
S. 8. Entcrprlso for llllo.
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