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. BYBMINO nULLlCTIN, HONOLTJLTJ, T. II.. TCEBDAY. JAN. 4, 1910. V ' 4-J ' '-,' ' '
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, Weekly Calendar
. i Hawaiian
LiJahU fihapter No. 2 Installa
Aloha Chapter No.
All visiting members ot tlio
Order nro cordially In lied to
) attend meetings oi ioir.i iuub- j
Meet on the
2nd. and 4th
H tf.diys of
At K. T. Hall
7:30 T. M.
DCUCriP.lll ACCnCllVlnu .::.. .
I ubiibi ,wm nt-v Jmi'.uili wanwiia I.V1-
t dially invited.
HARMONY L)TJQE, No. 3, Lf0. 0. I.
Moots excry Monday evening at
7:30 In U O. O. V Hall, Tort Street,
i:. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
P. D. Wlcko, N. G.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
ff t 02OIU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
j Meets every first nnd third Frl
. day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
Corner Fort and Beretania. Visiting
.brothers cordially Invited to attend.
, 4 P. It. NUGENT, C. C.
K. GOSL1NU, K. K. S.
HONOLULU I0DQE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodcn No. G1C. U. P. U.
"f Klks, meets In their hall, on King
Birecc, near lorr, every iTiuay even.
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
..J . E. A. DOUTIHTT, E. R.
. ' . J. iiABlU. BCCJT.
f HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1.'O. H. M.
J.l TT-.... .. .
i wiruia every nrsi nnu tuiru uiura--dayB
ot each month at Knights of
, Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
' dially Invited to attend.
ir L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
.Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED-
fwCSDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
if 'Ueretnnla and Fort streets.
.Jf- W, M. McCOY, W. Pres.
H. T. MOOIIK, Secy.
,Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
or Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
Kijevrnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
if-, Hull, cor. Tort and Ilerotanh. (Visit
"fliic brothers cordially Imltcd to at'
P. M. McGREW. C. C.
t Ji. E. A. JACOUSON, K. n. S.
Wit". ; r : 1
" . ,!'' r-. .i " ""cti j'.JJs T. iC
Oil noj&Leads all Mineral Productions in the.
II State of California, Gold takes second place
Paisl flnlrl In In mammmiI tilnKA nmnlwl 1 mlnntnl nn,liifil!nn nt InllfMia
Gold is in second place among
nia. Petroleum takes the lead now by a substantial margin of $0,000,.
'AAA Tn vMn onn Pol if .in n.A..J O HAA AflA liqvol nf m.I T.,1
I j '," I""" SV uiii .1UUU.V C,WUU,UU UU1U1 Ui u,. uut
veur iv iuuuuucu mure ui.iu o,uyu,uuu
barrels over thtt-nroduct of 1907. Tlio
P. fnetroleum. is c'lranled by the state
r. At the present time at least onehalf
are payinc dividends, and, as the
crease nnu stocKs advance.
All investors should get in touch
r industry, now is the time for investment in mentcnou3 oil stocks
such as We recommend. Ask for an oil book and market letter, Sent
( ifree upon request, Our leprcsciitatlve in Honolulu, Mr. F. L. KMer. is
fi 'n "member of th? Callfumii Stoeh Exchange of Sti Francisco, nud will
J byijpleased to impart full mi'onnatlcn conccrninu' the California oil
.Wfbusiiiess to those inteicsted. Call on. or wiito him at the Alexander
poung Hotel, Honolulu, Room 50,
Tn,:7il-w.KtrrH K.iJi Vin,.r.n
vrzzf ' "'
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Rats Woodard
1141 Tort Street
Made np the latest or any style.
Fort nnd Beretania Sts.
REOAL SHOE CO.
Stop Paying Rent
S3 Merchant St.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent fcr JJawalian Islands,
Oor. FORI and KING its.. Ho--ni.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. HEAR BETHEL
Dealers in furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All lords of KOA ant
MISSION FURNITURE 'JLtAt T
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
ind cloth of A-l qnality can be for
. 0. Box B61 Teleohons Ml
SHEETINGS and SHEETS
This Week. .
BUCIPTN AUS PAY
the mineral productions of Califor
uarrsis, a ejear cam oi o,uuu,yvu
vnlue of the 1908 nrodnet. In
mineraloeist nt over $26,000,000.
of the California listed oil stocks
price advances,- so will dividends in
with this exceptionally profitable
Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co , 160
r - - - -J
!r .. f&M
I . .. ... ......e I When you want to be SUHE to have your ' (r
LOCAL AND GENERAL w A -?.y ,a r r s ir tl 9 ! "
The Big, Nickel Scratch Pad for tele
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
le one Inch thick, made up e! two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phond,6.
Cnll and sco Mlko Paton at tlio En
core. Shcrrotte, the latest In white goods,
00 tu lllom's today and get sheet
ings nnd domestics below coat.
I'll) Meal culture and matsago given
by Prof. Uoron, SI, 62 Young Hclol.
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone 213. Bethel and Hotel.
Tlio transport Sheridan will bo hon
ored by tlio band's presence this af
Judgu Shinty M. Ballon v,n nincing
tlio iissciigcrs who loft for Hawaii by
tin) flatina Kca this noon.
.1. .1. Ilclscr has gone to Haw ill on
contracting business. He left by the
steamer Mnttno Kea today.
American iJinnilrj nnd American
Messengers aluass ready nnd on tlmo
nt 82 King street, near Fort,
It you wnnt a good Job done on an
nuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Qen St.
Among t,lio passengers deputing for
Hawaii nnd Maul ports at inott today
1) the (.loirnor M.imm Ken were- .1, 1
Woods I, S. Taj lor, SI. Ormsby, l.ipc
Polljrd nnd A. J. Stlllnnn.
Included lit n party who, are making
n trip to Maul nnd Haw nil pmts b llio
Mnuna Kca, which sailed nt noon to
day, were Captains Holbrooke, Wnl
cott. Wjllnrd, Lieutenants Jnines nnd
Sheridan, Major Foster, and othcis.
A Japinepo wnhlne who wns a pas
senger on tlio Mnuna Lot, nrrhlnj
this morning, had to be carried off the
stcimcr nnd taken to tlio Japanese
hospital. Sho was suffering from
some Internal trouble, nnd It was ng
grnN.itcd by sea tdckncsH.
All domesllci imdcrprlcod nt
Blom's this wee't.
If u aro a smoker ou cannot
mako a better icsolutlon than to con
fine your smoking to thn celebrated
Owl cigar, tho best five-cent cigar on
Tho Increasing activity In real es
tate Is an indication that this Is the
time to buy. Call on tho Real Estate
Department of the Hawaiian Trust
i If ou wnnt nn exceptionally stylish
business suit and ono that will lit and
retain I's shape, let the W. W. Ahana
Co. make one to your order from their
stock ot English and American tweeds
Tho EUUon phonograph la tho orig
inal nnd best reproducer of nil vocal
and Instrumental sounds. Hear It at
Hawaiian Nows Co. und compare It
with other machines. Complete stock
ot flno records.
Ono of tho many reasons that Congo
Roofing never leaks Is that each roll
Is carefull Inspected and jqu, novor re
ceive au Imperfect roll. lowers &
Cooke, Ltd, will gladly send J on a
sample of this perfect roofing.
. Np UGENSE
HoKomura, who runs n clothes
cleaning slore Is in tho tolls ot the
police on a charge of not procuring
n license. It appears that the Ja
nnoso was warntd by Inspector Tur
1 1 11 that ho would havo to tuko out
n license, but neglected to do so.
Upon boing spoken to a second
tlmo. Hokomura only laughed nt tho
inspector, who thereupon .ran tho
Japanoso In. Hokomura li now;
(milling on tho other sldo of his face
und may weep when Judgo Andrndo
is thiough wl(h lilm tomorrow.
'i i ' . m.T, ) r
1 DANCE TOD TOUGH
According to tho police thoro is a
probability that a certain show In
which, a danco Is done wll bo stopped
ns far as tho dancing nnrt ol tho
pcrformanco goes. ,'
Several officials who havo wit
ncEscd the dance, which wus made
f unions by Kflsg, Adams, have ex
pressed their opinion that as at pres
ent, peforraed In Honolulu it Is In
decent. Steps maV he token today
to centor tho danr;o, nnd any further
oxnujuion or tho sort may bo for
ON MAUNA l,OA,
A Portuguese named Manuel Kuer-
eno, who boarded, tho Inter-Island
steamer Mnuna Lo at ono of tho Ko
mi ur mm jions oi run, wns ftund
dead In his stateroom booru tho ves
t had ratlied,fMqruKor'a Lauding
on dm Inward tilp or tint csd(.;. '
Cousumptjun is assigned, us tliV
raiihii nf (lonlj, Ti ilPcyflHoil wa u'
)oupg man nnj clajmod that.hls home
was In Honolulu. Tjio icmalng were
convoed to tho morguo awaiting nn
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LJ1LVJJiTV4i- pJlJlll JJJlllIl.
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jai. H. Love.
Srmvfaa tad Exnitssinic
Wood tad Coal' Phone 588
O. W. KcDoBgail, Prop.
8AI.TY SAINT NICOLAS; was n
visitor to Jlio Mateon Ninlgollon llncr
Lurllno on Christmas mu and Just
prior to her anhnl ut San Francisco.
When off the Farnllon Islands, Santa
Claus in the shapo of Captain Weedcn
Ui,i...u. ..v .......u ' -."-
cabin, whero a great Christmas tree,
cocrcd with brilliant lights, met hls
gaze. About tho trco wLre seated
the 33 passengers. Santa Claus was'
a Jolly one, uml In u shoit tlmo dls-
trlhutcd presents to cery ono oil tho
ship, nnd then dlsapiearid ns sudden-'
1) ns he nrrlvcd.
THERE 18 a largo shipment of sug
ar for Honolulu h) the slcjuar Man
ila Lou, which nnhi'il fioni Kon.i nnd
Kuu jKirts this morning. Tho freight
list or tho icuHsl Include 4702 sacks
nunr. 287 sacU coffee' 48 sJeks awa.
23 sacks beans. 95 bales hides, 27 bar
rels oranges, 45 sacks bran ,145 tack
aoa sundries and on deck 31 head
cattle. Tlo Mauna, l.oa arrived with
39 cabin and 47 deck passengers. Tho
liner met with fine weather nml
smooth acas In crossing tlio Hawaii
ROUGH WHATHIUI prevented tha
dlschargo of considerable cargu from
tho intir-lslnnd steamer Mauna Uu
on her outward trip to Kona and Kau
ports The vessel did not land freight
at Hook'cna or lloopuloj, on the out
ward trip but carried lho cargo to
Kau KirtS and 11 was uuio-ided upon
tha t'eturn of tho Maunu Loa. Flno
weather was encountered along tho
Hnmakua and Kau coast.
IF THE AMERICAN bark S. O.
Wilder does as well as the bark An
drew Welch, that vossel should arrive
at Mahukona -from San Francisco to
day, Tho Welch camo down from tho
coast In fourteen das and tho Wilder
Is now out the same period from the
California port. Thq 8. O. Wilder Is
bringing a cargo of general merchan
dise toitlio neighboring island port.
TUB STEAMER Mnul was reportol
at Honoapu loading sugar ana the vos
sel Is expected will take on 3588 sackj
beforo returning to Honolulu, accord
ing to a report brought to this city by
Purser Frlelo of the steamer Mauna
I.oa. tTlio Btcamcr Helcno was nt
Panullo discharging freight.
TUB AMKKICAN schooner iR-oro-
alls, with a. shipment of lumber con
signed to the local agency of Hind,
Rolph & Co, la reported to havo
sailed from Muklltco for Honolulu
fourteen days ago.
THR STEAMER 1WALANI wnH ex
pected would get uwny for Mahukona
nnii Knw-olhao this afternoon. The ves
sel goes to the Big Island to pick up
a shipment or cnttp for Mo'lokal and
IT IS THE INTENTION to dis
patch tho United States, Army trans
port Sheridan from the. navy slip at 4
o'clock this afternoon. Tho vessel U
dcBtlncd for San Francisco.
TIJE AMKIUPAJ? ship Marlon .
uwicott Is now ton dajs. out from
Oavlota with a shipment of fuel oil
consigned to tho local station of tho
Associated' Oil Company, ,
THE INTER ISLAND sleamor Nil?
hau is scheduled to sail for Honokaa
and Kukulhaele at 4 o'clock this after
noon. Tho steamer will toko general
lines of cargo.
PA88ENOER6 BOOKED f
Per stinr. Klnau, for Kauai iortsv
miss ueoco, miss K, II, Renton, Mrs.
C. M. qooko, C. K. Ifonryi Mrs, Henry,
F. Fornandoz, L. F, Biggs, Mrs. Biggs,
A, E. Bungy, 3. Blrdaeyo. O. O. Tailor.
C. H, Blrdsoye, Mrs, Thurston, Mfs,
K. Watorhouse,. Marston Campbell!,'
i; uamwin, t T. P, Waterhouso, Mrs.
Waterhouso, F, B. Dodge J. l Coolfo,
W. Charman, Mrs. H. Andorman. W.
r. Martin, Capt. Lyman, Mrs. Lyman,
n-r Bwnr. mauna i.oa. ror Kona and
Kau, Jan. 7. Bishop Ltlbert, C. Wol
tera, Mrs. C. A, Wills. Miss Wllla.
Isauo Pollard.-Mrs. Sllllwull, Mrs. Bar-
Pci stmr, Claiidlne, for Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, Jan. .7. Mrs. II. Doas,
R,qy D. Murraj. r , ,
MEN'S CLOTHES TO ORDER
English 'and American Tweeds and Serges.
W. W. AHAINA & CO. .
02 Bo, King Bt. , , ,
JutcmTaumc ana. ruling,
Excavating and. Filling.
Vineyardj St.. Ewa of Nnuanu Stream
PRIZES READI .
M Received and Wilt Be Dis-'
tnbutea to winners oi uanoe
HaCJ for g 8 Cleveland Pas-
sKtv ilnllar for nrlzcs was received
lho )ast mM by fjrorgo Osborno of
1(J outrigger Club und (ho following
letters that explain thcmseUcs:
New York, Dec. 18, 1009,
Mrj Gcorgo Osborn, clo Outrigger
Club, Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sir: I beg to ineloso n check
for $00 for n ennoo prlxo for tho two
,ovc", "'.'f two c a "ext Jnn'
""' fln, cl?n","p nml beS .J0U..t"
plcaro taku lho matter up with -Mr,
Ford upon his arrival January 7th, as
I Just talked the matter over with him
and my Idea met will) his approval.
I cannot thank jou all enough for
vour kindness and shall tako pleasure.
In grnsplni jour hand nnd thanking
jou perspnajly on my arrival In Hono
lulu with thp Westward, Cruise Feb
12Ui. I am glad lo say tho "Cleveland'-'
Is saling full up ujtli 700 pas
scugiira Feb 12th. 'ilicio might bo
half n dozpn bcitlis thrown over at tho
list minute by people lucking out, but
1 hardly expect even that.
With kindest icgards and now year
grictlugs, I urn,
Yours very sincerely,
FRANK C. CLARK.
New York. Dec. 17, 1909.
My near Osborn.
rronk Clark will send sou $B0 In
rhek for additional prizes during tho
events taking plnco while tho Claik
crutcQ Is In poit, January nnd Febru
ary dates. Ic wants,-If posslblu, two
small 130 canoes as second prizes, ilie
cups being first prizes. I hope to be
In Honolulu January 7th and would
like- to meet tho oITlccrs of the club
and outline events, etc.
I think a small canoe raco, h big
canoe race, and a sailing raco Is all
that we should havo In that l!ns. Thn
750 cruisers, op each occasion, wish to
ceo the surfboatlug, and the surfboard-
ing. The prizes, It seems to me.
should bo for these, However, wo
can talk It over.
I wish jou would stato that I b polio
to Clark about tho omission of Hawaii
In, his nowspapcr ads. He will rec
tify this for the now cruises. I would
hnvo spoken to him long ngo on this
subject but I knew that It would cost
him n great many bundled dollars to
havo now electrotypes made. This ho
will do, however. Ho sluccrcly appre
ciates tho good will Hawaii has shbwn
and I think wo will get him ns a resi
dent. My regards to tho bojs. Hopo wp
will hnvo llmo f'ti get our Col. Sam
Pnrtcr canoe from tho big Island nnd
lho big oli! Puliation cinocs In tliupu
bcToro tho February ovent.
A. If. FORO.
To Geo. Oshorn, Ticasurcr Outrlgsor
Club, HiMObi'ii, IIuh.iII.
IV 8". Don't let lho h.os think I nm
working Clark for tho clu'j. It la nil
H oan dq to hold lilm back He wartf
cd to do all torts of things, "but let
him meet our bojs nnd bee tho club
first. Clark and I llvo at tho sumo
hotel nod hnvo known each other for
vcars and huvo many Interests In
common, both In tho Pacific and tho
Mediterranean. Ho uiod lo bo tho
best diver In tho Holy land and Is u
lovci of wntor sports: , f.
, PA88ENOER8 DEPARTED f
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, or Hllo and
waj portH. Jan. 4. Q. A. Kau, J. F,
Woods, W. M.cKto C. H. Wright T.
C. Davlps, n. MeCorrlBton, Z, K. 'Mey
ors I, H. Wood. Mrs. Wood. N. K, Is
fiiberg, A. W. DulBcnbcrg, S, It, Rob
inson, Capt. Holbrooke, Mrs. Holbrooke-,
Capt, Walcott, Capt. Wllllard
Mf, Wllllard, A, J, Stlllrpan. S. fl.
Parsons, 3, 8. Taylor, J, J, Pngo, M.
Qimsby, Mrs, qrnisbi-, .1, j, Reiser,
B. 1 Howland, C. R. Y(lllardv- R, Gob
lln, J. W. Doylo. Judgo S. M, Ilillau.
Mlka T. Blbguard, Tlios. I.lbhmnti
Isaao Sallard. Mis. Orntwoll Isa Hijr
num, J, K. Keimody, W. J. Dyer I,lyut.
Shprldiui, Lieut. James M. J, POHcr
Major lister, P. M. Corse, Miss Corse,
John Monro, Mrs, Moore, c' J, 1-eeblg
Mrs. Fcoiilg. Mrs. Swnnson.
1,1 ,.,. No Branches.
H H fc ""
Hi.... no ipn:utn i- departed '
I 1 i , ' '
TuendnV. Jjhuary' 4,
Mnnlln via Nagasaki bntrldnn, U
S. A. T., n. m.
Kona and Kati ports Mnuna urn
tpir., a. m. 1
Itdltcrdamf-j!. Hackfold, Gcr. bk.
P. in. J .
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, January 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Snlltd, Jan. 3:
S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
REDONBO -Arrived Jan.. 3:
8chr. W. H. Marston, from Hllo
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jim. I;
S. S. China, for Honolulu.
HII.O Arrived, Jan. 2:
Bk. Oljmplc, from Port Ludlow.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Jan. 4:
Bktne. Coronado, for Honolulu.
Per slmr. Mauna Loa, from Konr
and Kau ports. W, Embson, Mrr
Embton, W. Plaits, J. Schmidt, A. O
Hawcs. Miss N, Foley, Miss A. Foley
M, Foley, MUs M. I'oncst, J. A, Mat
thewmnn. Miss N. delimit, B, Cnnniit
M. P. Scott. Miss B. August, W. O
Chalmers, W. E Shaw. Miss R. Han
sen, Miss A, Alexander, T. Morton, 11
P. Baldwin, Mrs. R. A. Soarlo, Win
HIGH PRICES BUT
HMEI IS QK
Ed. Pollitz Promises To
Ed Pollitz will return to San Fran"
Cisco on tho Slberln nnd ho hisn't sold
This was about all tho broker, hat
this moiulng to Interest themselves
with. Busluezs was quiet. Theio art
busing aiders In tha mirkct but no
at the prices prevailing on the Ex
chnnge, nnd theio seems little prospect
of any drop In quotations.
Ewa sagged off twentj-flvo cents t
thare this morning but the offering!
are not largo. Olio of tho unexpected
features of the market when R openod
up was the stiffening of; hie -price o'
Mcllryde. There wcro bids In plenty
at 5 25 but nothing is offered at that
figure. Olaa pn the other' hand M I
little weak; ,
Brokers are expecting a season o'
quiet, beciusc no ono will sell and tip
'bujers nro not vet educated -to th
high rnngo of prices n( the opening o
the now year.
PROMOTION 18 DUE
TO AMERICAN WIFE
Marshall Field's Daughter Has Influ
en'ce Great Enough to Place Hei
English Sailor Husband In'Admira'
LONDON, Dec, 18. The promotion
.of Captain David Beauty to the rank
or Roar Admiral in tho Eugllbh ,nuyy
cstuldls'hos u rocfird iu uuval annnh,
Ho Uecmiiys tho jouiigonL aduilrul In
thu Eorvjco nud v,'hh piumoted, before
ho served his customary 'six jeara a.
a captain. His rapid rjso In malnlv
duo to tho strong Influcnco of bis wlfo
thu daughter! of thu lain Maishuli
Field of Chicago, In ioal clrelei). She
Is not only rich but Is populur und
handsome, nml both tho King and
Queen nro fond of her,
It iwas her Influence that mado her
husband nn aldo to tho King. Hlr
Jump to flag rank was ulsb duo to
Still Captain Beauty was ono of tie
distinguished mon of lho navy. He
was with tho famous NHo flotilla under
Kitchener and In 1900 during tho Box
er uprising In China ho again shnwpd
great bravery, Ho was promoted cap
tain nt tho early ago of 29, and now pi
38 ho la a toar admiral nn oven onrl
ler ngo than marked Nelson's citroor
S. II. Mclrvaln, the gtmo colon d,
boxer who fought pick Sullivan here
some ypars ago, is In jtawp Mcllvnln
Is on his way to tho Coast and t
nboard the transport Sheridan.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
! mv tMUn.,.1 Hnnm tlnn. (Vi-
qpVEHNMENT WATER NOTICE
The supiily of water In tho Nuu
nnu Vallej has Incronscd to siich un
extent that the samu may bo unp
lor purpubea bf h ligation lutwccn
IhcMiourb o( if and 8 n. in. nud I lu
t. in- 0. M. LIT TLB,
Superintendent of Honolulu
Superintendent of Pnhlln w,i,.
Honolulu, T. I... January , ioTo.
f til f -.'"-' v . . .., imuvr. .
". m a i f
Monday, January 3.
Honokaa' nnd Kuftulhalo Nllha
stmr 5 p. m. ' l
Japan ports and Hongkong Tons o
Maru, T. Ift K. S. 8 . G p. m. ft
Kahulul and Kaanapall Virginian
A.-H.J8. 8., p. in. is
MoJI, .Japan-Mnsunda, Br., sttnr.,
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr. tf '
Kahulul nnd Port San Luis Lans
ing, Am. slmr., p. in. ' 1
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Australian ports Ma Suva Moana,
CA. 8. 8.
Wednesday, January S.
Knual porjs W. O. Hall, stmr. (
Thursday, January 6.
Maul ports Claudlnc, stmr,
Hongkong and Japan ports Siberia,
P. M, 8. 8.
Friday, January 7.
San Franrlrco AlamoJa, O. S. 8.
Saturday, January 8.
Vancouver Aorangl, O A 8. 8
Hawaii und Maul ports Mauna
Monday, January 10.
San Fr.inclkco Mexican, A.-II. S. S.
Tuesday, January 11.
Hongkong and Japan ports Manshit
Maru. T. K. K. 8. S.
Wednesday, January 12.
San Frniiclhco Lurllno, M. N. S. 8.
Thursday, January 13.
Sau Francbtco Korea, P. M. 3. S.
Friday, January 14
Hongkong nnd Japm portsChina,
P. M. S. 8
Wednesday, January 19.
San Francisco Hllonlnii, M, N, 8. 8.
VESSELS TO DEPART
San Francisco Sheridan, U. 8. A.
T p. m.
Port San Luis Lansing, Am. Btnir.
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkahaln,
stmr., C p. m,
Kauai ports Klnau. stmr,, 5 p. in.
Wednesday, January 5.
Vancouver Moani C. A. 8. 8.
Thursday, January 6.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. Btmr.
Friday, January 7.
San rranclsco Slbtri i. V it, 3 8.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlnc,
Saturday, January 8.
Svdney an 1 AUttralUn porta Ao
rangl, Br. stmr. j.
Tuesday, January 11. '
Maul and Motokal ports Mlliihila,
t'lrT., 5 p. in
South American ports Manshn
Maru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Khual ports Klnau, stmr, 6 p. rr..
Hllo nnd way parts MiiJiia Iv.
s'r i., noon. t
Wednesday, January 12,
San Franclrco Alameda, O, S. S.
Thursday, January 13.
Japin ports nnd Hongkong Korea,
P. M. 8. S.
Friday, January 14,
San Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Friday, January 21,
San Francisco -Manchuria, P.
Pci U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, froni Ma
nila, Marivcles and Nagasaki, Jan. 4.
Col .Alexander RodgcrB, Lt. Col. M, W.
Day, Chaplain O. W. Froeland, Capt.
J. 'A. Colo, Capt. Oroto Hulchi-3on,
Capt. O. L. II) ruin. 1st Lieut, J. A.
Baer, 1st Lieut. W. V. Morris, 1st
Lieut. D. H. Diddle, 1st Lieut. Arcblo
Miller, 1st 1 leut. F. T. McNafncy. 1st
Lieut. J. II Hemphill, Ut Lieut, I'. A.
Turner, lnt Lieut. W. M. Coolev, 1st
Lieut. Cop'ey Enos. 1st Llout. R. But
ler. 2d Llout. E. R. W. McCabe, 2d
Limit. Oscar Foley, 2d Lieut. F. I),
nrlfflth, 2d Lieut. J, S, Jones, 2d Lieut.
S,tanl0 Koch, 2d Llout. Roy W. Hold
erncss, 2d Llout. L. Mcintosh, 2d
Lieut. J, T. Kennedy, 2d Lieut, l K.
Ross; 1st Lieut. F. B. Artaild, Cant. C.
I)Duok and -wrc, C. L Cliarlejiols, B.
p, Clayton, Miss Llrzlo Connor. O.-IL
Crawford, Wi. D'Esmond nud wlfo,
Cnpt. A. R. Dillingham, wlfo and child,
Ist-I.lcut. J. C, Dougherty, C. II, Es
toy, J, C. Evans, A. O. Fanucuf, F. T.
FlenulLpn. O. O. Fort, O. F, Hanson,
Mrs, F. Hnnt-cn and 2 children,, 1st
Llout, Jit. n. Hughes, Jot Lieut, r, ,w.
Jacob, II. L. KldweJI, 1st I.luct. Edgar
King, Capt, J, U. Knowlton. w)f0 and
child, 1ft Licit. C. C. Kross nml wife,
Daniel E. McCaHhy, E. S. Mcllvnln
and wife. MnJ. A. 8. MqLeraoro, MrH.
A. f?. McLemoro nnd 3 chlldrpn, E,,J.
Murphy, 0, E. Nenl, Mrs C. Nookplds,
Mrs. R. 8, Parrolt, 1st Lie-it.' H. L.
Pepjcr, Mrs. K L. Popp9r nnd.3:chll.
dren, Mrs. M. B. Pollock ami dlllll, J.
IV IllchuidMJii, D, W. Rlfey, R, Roicn
uluili, Irt l.!cnl. G. V. RukUo wire-und
ehlld. I. M, Savng-j. Mrs. C, Keiono,
Capt. W. O. Sills, wlfo und child; W.
0. Smith, wlfo, und clilhl.iZiid. Lcut. T.
1. Steco, H. W. Rtoildrl and wife,
Mrs. n. Pcndcigabt und child, Cnpt. R
'. BKuitburn. Etmlgn J. C, Stimplor.
Mrs,iA. N. Tuskor, Ht Uuut. Geo. S.
rhcmpEon and 3 childicii, let Lieut
Geo Trotln Tyh-r, Capt. Allen WallJ
ci, Mrs. F. D. Wlckham nid child N
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children. Mrs. R. llutinr nn.i i.i,..
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