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r?T2 EVENING UULLKTIN. HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1910 .
EVENING UULLKTIN. HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1910
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L'eahl Chapter Mo. 2 Install.!-
Lei Aloha Chapter No 3 In-
All visiting in inters of tho
Order art) cordially Invited tu
ntlend laeetliiKS lit loml lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. T. Hall
7:30 P. M.
ft .Tirrz. Members or
T MARINE EHGIHEEffS' other Asso-,
( BENEFICIM aSVMTluN. emtians cor-
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HARMONY L0DC1E, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Sleets every Monday evening nl
7:30 In I. (J. 0. P. Hull, Purl Street.
12. II. 1II2NDUY. Sceretury.
P. 1). VUI.c, N. (I.
All tsltlnc brothers ery cordially
I OAHU I0D0E, Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meets every tlrst nnd third rrt
Hay evening nt 7 "!0 In IC. of I' Hall,
ecu Tier Port and licictauia. Visiting
brothers cordially tnIted to attend.
P. It. NUGENT, C. C.
r It. OOSLlNll, K It H.
HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. filC, 11. P. 0.
' t Klks, meets In their liall. nn King
JEireut, near Port, every Friday even-
lug. Visiting Hrotliern are cordially
Invited to uttrnd.
12. A. DOUTIIITT, 12. It.
II. C. 12ASTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Mroto every first and third Thurs
tlays of each month nt Kiilghta ot
ll'ythlus Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Uially invited to attend.
, li. A. I'uuiiv, saencm.
12. V. TODD, C. of it.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
' ... ... . ... i -...I J1. 11-1-11.
juecis on iui" -u uii " !"
K&INnSDAY evening of each month nt
W 7:30 o'clock In IC of I'. Hall, corner
' Uorotnuta and Toit Btreets.
A Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt-
- s 7 i Mrr-iiv. v. l-res.
II.' T. MOOIH2, Secy.
lt,Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets; every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
vi.nitin nt 7-nil o'clock In IC. ot P.
EL Hull. cor. Port and Ucretnnla. Visit
ing brothers coruiauy mucu iu m
tend. r. m. Jicannw. c. a
t a t -iiiartvr rr n o
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mi 'n -su.
W ' kA
'Oil now Leads all Mineral Productions in the
: State of California, Gold takes second place
Gold is in second place among the mineral, productions of Califor
nia. Petroleum takes the lead now by a substantial margin of $6,000,.
OfUV Ten tears airo California nro'hiccd 2.000.000 b.'.rrcls of oil. Last
year it produced more than 43,000,000 barrels, a clear cain of 8,000,000
barrels over tne product ot iuu(. rue vaiuc oi tno iuuu paouuci, m
petroleum, is estimated by the stat mineralogist at over $26,000,000.
.-At the nrcscnt time at least one-half of the California listed oil stocks
-nre paying dividends, and, ns the price advances, to will dividends in
' crease and stocks alvance,
.- All -. 4 1 1.1 .. .A . in.... ...til. 41.1- A..i..illntiflll M.nllfAlila
till 1IIVC31U13 kllUUlU Kl 111 lUUU.l Willi una L..in'ii.iiijr iiiuuiuuiv
industry. Now is the time for investment in mciitcnous oil stocks
such ns wc recommend. Ask for nu oil book and market letter. Sent
free upon request. Our upie-.entative in Honolulu, Mr 1 L. Kibler, is
n member of ths California Slo;k Exclianire of San I'rancuco." nnd will
Ejbe pleased to impart full information concerning ths California oil
Mmiintat in fline inlpw'.tril. (lull nu. or write hi in at the Alexander
Young Hotel, Honolulu, Room 50.
Deary Stietl, Can rrancisco,
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Tort Street
MRS J. ROSENBERG
Made up tl.c latest or any style.
' Fort and Bcictania Sts.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN R2ALTY CO.
c . .
S3 Merchant St.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent ur Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FOltt i-.l KINO Sts. Homlnln.
GOOU MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort,
Wc want to see 11 our old cus
tomers come !ark
WING GHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Uadt Ti
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
Kinp; St.. Ewa Fish Market.
FINES'!' Fl I"
snd cloth of A-l quality can be pur
chase d from
P. Q, But Sfll Telephone Ml
SHEETINGS and SHEETS
Consulting, Desinine; and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
Hill I PTIM 4 IIS PAY
Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co., 100
. ,. . , .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
, The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
'at the Bulletin office for five cent,
Is one Inch thick, made tip of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Prank llakcr la now located nt
I'nlon Hack Stand. Prone 405,
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phono fi.
Call and see Mlko Paton at the En
core. Sherrette, the latent In nblte goods,
nt Jordan's. '
PIi)hIcu1 culture nnd massage glen
bj Prof. Daron, SI, 62 Young Hctel.
Automobiles hack rates. Kmptre
stand. Phone 213. Ilethel and Hotel.
Jlnrla Carosa Mns charged with iro-
fnnlt) tills morning and her case was
sent cicr till tomorrow.
Mncrlcan Uiupdry nnd American
.Messengers nlwnjs ready nnd on time
at S2 King street, near Port.
The foundation for the new lilt.li
power lift pump at the tleretnnln
street Btntlon Is being placed.
If )ou want a good job done on nn
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage, Xlfg Co., 427 Queen St.
Mnnboles. connecting with the con
duits recently laid for telephone wires,
nre being put in along Hotel street.
Two drunks faced Judge Audradc
thin morning, nnd one of them was
lined four dollars; tho other hnd bis
case continued till Friday.
Tiiwusend the woll known b-iseball
man. considers Hint tho tlcst thing to
do wllh refeunce to tho proposed In
ter-leuguc series Is to have the games
'I ho lenders of the Home. Ilulo party
nro renewing lliulr acquaintance with
those who linvc Joined the other par
ties, wllh n view of bringing Ibein
back to their original lull
llo Chew, who was nrrcsled for giv
ing bier to hi, customers with their
New Year's dinner, wan treated fii n
suspended'senlenco of thirteen months
this morning at the Polled Court.
Announcement lij the morning pa
per that Mnkancll Is an entirely dlf
Ion tit pleutntlnn from Hawaiian Sug
ur caused m.ich amusement among
(hose la business circles who read It
Tho case against .Mrs. Klla, who was
charged wllh violation of section 3142
which refers to disturbing the quiet
of tho nlgbt, was stricken rroni the
calendar ut .the Police Court this
12a cry recond man nr.iiin 1 town this
morning was commenting on tho cold
snap, mid some, (eopo suggested that
thcru wns snow nn Tantalus, or else n
few Icebergs adrift niuunil tlie coast
Contract for the construction of the
new Methodist church was let jester-
day in the Concrete Consttuctlon Com
nam of this city. Tho new edifice
will bu completed within eight months
fiom commencement of work.
Work on the string of electric lights
on Hie l'nlolo road tins come to nn
iilitunt standstill. Tho reason given
for the stoppage Is that the bracket
nrius, which will extend tho lights out
over the roadway, have not nrrhed
from the Coast.
Mrs. Hlggs. wife or 1.. P. Illgss, who
is with the survey purty which went
to Kauai jesterday, has accompanied
her husband on the tilp nnd will tnko
her chances on some rough climbing
that will certainly be found In tho Hue
nf ti.iel of the map makers.
At a meeting of tho trustees nml di
rectors of the Y. M. C. A", held laBt
e cuing It was decided to select the
aichltect for the proposed now build
ing by competition. As soon as the
committee have perfected their plans
the competition will ho started.
Play has ii'st begun In the chess
tournament nt tho Y. M. C. A. Twelve
plajcis hate entered, Including same
of the best exponents of this 'game In
the city. A schedule hfs been drawn
up ncconllng to which each contestant
must piny oery other by Jan. 31
Over twentj new students were
present on opening night of tho odu
rational classes at tho Y. M, C. A,
This brings the total number of stu
,-at8 enrolled to 110. With the open
ing of the commercial law class one
week f i oiu today, un enrollment o'f
otur 200 Is assured.
Itiiv, filiniincoy M. Pond, of Oberlln
College, dellvoiHcl a most cnteresllng
nddress before tho Woman's Hoard of
Central Union church yoBtordny after
noun His subject dealt with tho
negro women of the South and the
work"that was going on there for'lho
uplifting of that race.
O, W. Roberts, tho champion wrest
ler of tho Territory of Hawaii, yester
day surprised tho passengois of the
trolley cars, waiting at the Pawan
Junction, by lifting a paialyted China
man with one lidnd unto the patrol
wagon, Huberts was at one time a
sailor on the U. S. S. Iroquois.
Qcnhury Short of Astoria, Ore, who
lms'iecently moved to this city with
his 'father, tile Itev. W, S. Short. ioc
tor of St. Andrew's, lias accepted the
position of olllco secretary of tho Ho
nolulu Y. M. C. A. Mr. 'Short will bo
remembered ns tho star end on the
McKlnley Ill.sh School football team
The first wmlc In the llnu of nup
nmUliii will be started on Kuuul on
tho arriv.il of C, II. Ulrdsuyo wfth a
part of his staff, which left for tho
garden Island last night. Topograph
er Illidseye expects to return to Ibis
city In a week's llrtio but wl'l at ouco
return In Kaunl wllh tho rest of his
staff to complete Ills work.
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone vour order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Jfhone ohb
G, W. McSougaU, Prop.
If jnu have a house to rent fur
nished or unfurnished, list It with
lllshop Trlist Co., Ilethel street.
Are J our ees troubling 5011? If
they nre oti should have them ex
amined by S, K I. neas. He Is nn ex
lert optician nin. will give them prop
The man who starts the New Ycari... .... ..,',.. 1... ,i. ti.
icxohed to sne Is suro to llnlsh that
ear In a good frame of mind. (!o tu
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the Hank of llawnll. U, . today and
open n salng account.
You don't whut to appear In
Floral Parade with our automobile
looking dingy. Take It 10 the W W
Wright Co., Ltd., corner of King nnd
South streets, who have skilled paint
ers mid dust-proof drlng rooms.
The lustnnt communication of the
wlrtles makes It a valuable medium
In business, eliminating as It does the
delas Incident to the Infrequent mill
service. Thoo requiring the service
on Sunday will find the office open
from 8 until 10 in tho morning
In nu IntorUow nt the Young Ho
tel with I. like T. Kibler, 11 promi
nent member ot tho California Stock
nnd Oil Exchange, this morning,
some Interesting fads were ellilted
In regard tu the California oil fields
which nro now booming ns never be
fore. "The Pacific const depends more
essentially upon tho great Califoi
til a oil fields than upon any other
hourie" said Mr. Kibler. The 10
llnliii; possibilities nro readily ap
preciated when It Is known that not
less than thlrt-two refineries are lu
Oil us a fuel Is ns great to the
Pacific Coast as the coal Holds nre
to Pennsjhanla. Steamships, war
thlps of the llrltlsh nnd Jupaneso
navies, rullro.ids, mlue-s, smelteis,
machine shops, factoiles, mills nnd
even kitchen ranges mo now run
with oil. The products secured
from crude oil Include gasoline,
iinptha, benzine, keiosene, motor oil.
lubricants of nil grades, c Under
oils, mineral paints, nsphaltitm and
Tho distribution of oil to the
manufacturing and Industrial cn-
terpilse-s of the coast hns been pin
vldcd for by three large pipe lined
nnd transportation companies, whose
combined Investment pine, lines,
tank and storage facilities will ag
gregate over one hundred million
dollnrs. The output of pntioleum
In California for 1D0S was ubout
48,000,000 bands, valued at over
IN ADDITION to twentj-Ilvo hun
dred tons of general cargo from the
mainland, tho Mutson Navigation
chin tored freighter lljiulea, duo to ar
rive from Punet Sound ports on Sat
urday afternoon or Sunday morning
Is bringing a shipment of threo hun
dred and II ft 5' thousand feet of lumber
for various poits In tho Hawaiian ls
lands. Castle & Cooke, tho local rop-
icsontatives for the ato.imer have.
been udvlscd that the llyndes has 2000
tons of cargo and ,150,000 feet of lum
ber for Honolulu, 800 tons ot fi eight
nnd 200,000 feet o number for Knliu
Iui nnd about 200 tons of generui mer
chandise to bu discharged at Port
Allen. The II) ados will tako on a
consignment of sugar declined for San
IlE2TWBi:N THREE and Tour hun
dred tons of Oriental freight will bo
left at Honolulu by the Pacific 'Mall
steamer, Blberla, which In expected to
arrive fiom Hongkong and lupin ports
tomorrow. Tho Siberia will bo given
u prompt dispatch for San Francisco
through the agency of 11. Ilnckfcld &
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
l.iirllnn was Bchcdiited Jo sail from
San Franelbco for Honolulu at noon
todaj. This vessel Is dun hero on
Wednesday, Jnnuniy 12th, nnjorddig
to the piese-it calculations of her
MEN'S CLOTHES TO ORDER
, 4 - , h 1 -
English and American Tweeds and Serges.
W. W. AHANA & CO.
'02 So, King St. . .. . , , . No Branoue..
Excavating nnd Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
NINCTY-roUIl Filipino luborcra
lutCided for vnrlous sugar planta
tions on Ilnwull were left by the
steamer Maul oil her outward trip
to the big Island. The Maul re
turned to Honolulu this morning,
bringing 2,883 sacks of II. A. sugar,
705 sacks C sugar, 70 sacks coffee,
and 75 cattle on deck. Purser
French reports flue weather along
Koiin nnd Knit coasts.
TIIEIIK IS A possibility that sev
eral pnssengors will anll theuiBelvps
,1... nnnii.l t, il! , tt mmlni, .tnwn
ill iiiu iniimun 11) 1111; nmci ,lu.,'i.u
wnllnfi liner Ncvndan, which Is
riliviuieu ill mm nuui nan I i,iiiiibi.v
,, ,,recl ,,. ,c. This
rcluNluled to snll from San Pinnclscb
vessel will bring a large -rargo
nniiiiF.I Hm.nlinmllu. t . n.i. T.,(,.
ciiviui lllTlLlltlllllini; ,,uit( ..v..
York, vln Teluiantcpec, nnd also
from the roast.
THE AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN
freighter Virginian Is now taking
on a shipment of sugar at Knnna-
pall and the. vessel will next visit
Kuhiilut and then II llo, where ad
ditional -oiirHgnmentK ot sugar,
pineapples nnd oilier Hawaiian pin
ducts will be loaded preparatory to
ailing for Sallna Cruz. The Vlrgln-
Itin Is scheduled to depart from Hllo
on Jan. 12.
PURSER PEIPI2R of the steamer
W. t). Hall nriivlng from Kauai
ports thin moinliig, repoitH tho fol
lowing sugar awaiting shlpmunt'oti
the Oarden Island: K. S. M." 350;
O. & R., 5,390; M A. IC. 7.279; V.
IC. 500; Mel!.. 7.294; K. K. It, 1,-
800; I. P, 1,885; II. M.. 1,060; K.
P.. 1,271;, IC, S. M 3,057, nml M. S
THE LOCAL AGENCY nl tho American-Hawaiian
steamship lino has been
advised of the sailing of tho fie-lghtei
Mexican from San Francisco. This
vessel Is piocecdlng to Honolulu dl
reel nnd Is duo In arrive here on or
about Jauuaiy 10. The Mexican Is
bringing u large bhlpment of general
NINE HUNDRED tons of Oriental
carpo will nrrhc nt Honolulu from
Asiatic ports by tho l'actllc Mall liner
China, which bus stilled from Yokn
nnina. The China should reach hero
on or about January 14. The vessel
lias cabin pitsengcr accommodation
for about sev'ent)-fhe Intending trav
elers. NEW LANDINO moorings nre be
fng laid at Honakna by tho Inter-
Islnnd steamer K.ilulanl, according
to tho 0 lllce is of the steamer Like-
like, which has arrived here fiom
Hawaii, The btcamer Ilcleue wus
(Uncharging freight at l.ip.ialoa ut
the time of dcp.irtuio of the Like-
PIVE THOUSAND flvo hundred
sacks of uugur urilved ut Honolulu
from Kautil poitn this morning lis a
part of tho caro brought by tho
steamer W. G. Hall, The vessel
also hi ought GO backs tnro, 35 sucks
lice and 13 packages sundries,
A SHIPMENT of lumber from
Ora's Karluir to tho agency of Allen
k Robinson has arrived at Honolulu
by tho American schooner Cnrrlcr
Doxo. This vessel made a rather
quick pnssago down from tho eoadt.
coming heio In nineteen das.
THE UNITED STATES nrmy trnns
port Sheridan got away for San Fran
cisco Inst evening, taking only a few
cabin passengers from Honolulu. Tho
vessel did not tako on a supply nf coal
nt this port. Tho hand placd at tho
departure of tho army boat.
PROM SEVERAL Hawaiian poits
the stcamet Llkellko wub nn nrrlval
lit Honolulu this morning, bringing
p.irtB or Fitgir mill machinery, 20
barrels of wine, 35 sacks wool, 12
sackB peanut3 unit 9 packngeu sun
dries. THE AMERICAN baikontlno Cor-
onado, from San Francisco has sailed
according o cables received ut this
port. Tho Coronado Is piocecdlng to
Honolulu and bringing general cargo
consigned to C. Drewer & Co.
THE INTERISLAND Btcamer Mail
nn Lon Is scheduled to Sail for Konn
nnd Knit poits on Pilday noon. Tho
vessel will tako a number of 'passen
gers nnd 11 fall -sized cargo.
TuesdaJ, January 4.
tlottcidain H. Ilnckfcld ' Clcr. bk.
p. in. ,
(Irajs Haiboi Carrier naa, Am.
rchr., p. m.
Wednesday, January 5.
Koltal ports W. 0. Hall stinr. n. 111.
Hawaii ports Maul, stmr,, a. "in.
ltuwnll ports l.lkellkc, tmr., a. 111
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Australian ports via Suva Moana,
C. A. S. S.
Kauai ports W. O. Holt, stinr. '
Thursday, January 6,
Maul ports Claiidlnc, stmr,
Hongkong and Japan ports Siberia
P. M. S. 8.
Friday, January 7.
San Pranclsco Alameda. O. S. S.
Saturday, January 8.
Vancouver Aorangl, C A S. S
Hawaii and Maul poits Mutiu
Scattlo and Puget Sound ixirts
IIndc'B, M. N. S. S.
Sunday, January 9.
Kauai potts Kitiaii, stmr.
Muni uml Molokat ports Mikahnla
Tuesday, January It.
San Francisco Mexican A.-II. S. S,
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Manshti
Mnru. T. K. IC S. S.
Wednesday, January 12.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. S
Kauai joits W. (I. Ilnll, stmr,
Thursday, January 13,
San Pranclsco Koien, P. M. S. S
Maul ports Claiidlnu, stmr.
Friday, January 14,
Hongkong nml Japan ports China
P. M. S, S.
Saturday, January 15.
Hllo via way poits Mauua Kca
Sunday, January 16.
Kauai icirlH Klnau stmr.
Muul and Moloknl ports Mlknh.iln
Ft till .
Wednesday, January 19.
San Francisco jlllonlaii, M N. S. S
IN FOREIGN PORT
Wednesday, January 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 6:
8. 8. lllloiilan. hence Dec. 28.
SAN FHANCISCO-Snlled Jan. 5;
8. S. Lurllne, 1 p. m., for Honolulu
U. S. A. T. Thomas, 2 p. m.. for.IIo
JJPANESE LABORERS COMING.
'Continued from Past ti
Mexico, Canada or Hawaii, nnd com
therefrom, be refused permission ti
cutei the continental tsuitorj of .lu
Secrotarj Ito of tbu J lpino-io Con
sulato Oener.il stated today that tin
Japanese government has nilei
against the emigration of Ilk laborer)
to tho United States.
"So far as the Jnpaneso Rovernnicn
Is concerned," said Ho, "there Is 11
law In Japan prohibiting tho coming o
the Japanese, laborers to the Unite
States. They mo at llbcrtj tu go nn
where they want, provided, howeve,
they obtain the permission of tl.il
government to do so.
'It Is pi nimble, that somu dcflnlli
step will bo taken regarding the Im
migration laws, but unless Mich ii'.ei
Is adopted tho emlgrntlo.i of tho lab
oreni will be subjected to tho nfllm; o
tho foreign ofllco."
"Aro tho Japanese coming from tbi
South American portB permitted bj
tho Japanese laws to land hero?" h
"They nre at liberty to go anywhere
thoy see fit," ho answoied. "They are
not lostrlcted nor aro they prohlbltei
by tho Japanese Inw from lnndllig In
Hawaii or In the United Stntes.
"It Is up to tbu officials of the Im
migration stations to seo that the
aro wltlUn tho piovlnco of the linml
gratlon'lawB or the United States
Bhould they And thut the Japanest
have violated tho Immigration Iuwb
then It Is up to them to permit their
to land or reject them from landing
Tho Japanese government hns no bus
Inc-bB whatsoever to Interfere with tht
Immigration laws ot the United
"In onler to ascertain tho coricc'
number of Japnneso residing li
Hawaii," continued Ho. "tho locnl Con
sul floneral ami his staff will, begin
"lug lu April, Issiio n proclamation re
quiring all the Jnpaneso to submit 10
ports of their vocations, their tliuo u
unlval hero, date of birth, plucu ol
ubodq, and oilier matteiB which nr
uece-ssaiy to inuko complete statistic!
of tho conditions of the locnl Japanoso.
"At that tlmo we shall know bow
many havo come fiom different placet
and countries, tit will bo tho duty of
tho Japanese subjects coming bore to
report themsolu'B nt (ho Consulate
td make true nnd correct repoitB nc
cording to thu iCquliements of tho gov
In concluding, , btated that ab ul
the local consul Is not aware officially
of tho urifvul uml landlni; of the Jan
anesu who came on the America Maui
fiom Peru or other South Ameilcnii
B-"For Rent- cards on sals at
h Bulletin ottlc't.
Tuesday, Jnniinry 4.
San Pranclsco Sheridan, U. 8. A.
T 5 p. m.
Port San Luis via Knbulul Lansing,
Am. stmr., p in,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr., 6 p. 111.
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 5 p. m. '
Wednesday, January 5.
Vancouver and Victoria Moulin, C.
A. 8. 8 , p tu.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Vancouver Moana, C. A. 8, 8.
Thursday, January 6.
San Pranclsco Siberia, P M. 8 8.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Kauai ports l.lkellkc, stmr.. B p. m.
Hawaii and Mnul ports Clnudlne,
Saturday, January 3.
Svdiiey nnd Australian porta Ao
rangl, Rr. stmr.
Tuesday, January 11.
Mnul and Moloknl ports Mll(ah-I.i,
tiirr.. 5 p. m.
South American ports MniiKhu
Mam. T K. K, H. 8.
Iwiunl ports Klnau, stmr, 5 p m
Hllo mid way ports -Ma.iiia K"-
Wednesday, January 12.
San Frnnclhco Alnmcd 1, O.'S, S.
Thursday, January 13.
Japin ports nnd Hongkong Koiui,
P. SI. S. S.
Friday, January 14,
Sun Pi anclsco China, P. M, 8. S.
Friday, January 21.
San Prancleco Mnncbiirla, P, M,
h . j.
j PASSENGERS ARRIVED
' Per stmr. W. O. Ilnll, from ICauil
porlp, Jan 5. SI, W. Ilanver, C. II.
Inmea, flra. SIcKeague, (2. II Young,
Mrs. Young (1 c. Ilofgaard C. Kopp,
Miss A. llai iImiii F. (liote-, E. r. Den
nis, I). Soxtnn.
Pet stmr. Kitinii for Kauai ports.
Silts Reeco. SIlss K. II. Ronton. Sits.
C. SI. Cooke C. K. Henry, .Mrs. Henry.
V. Fernandez, L. F. Hlggs, Sirs. Illgg's, '
A. E. Uiingy, S. Hlrdsejo, O. O. Tnlor,
C. H. Ilhdseje. Sirs. Thurston. Sirs.
K. Wnterhousc, Slnrston Campbell, II.
P. Baldwin, F. T P. Watcrhouso. Sirs.
Wnterhousc, F. U. Dodge. J. P. Cooke.
W. Charmuii, Sirs. H. Aiiderm in, W.
F. Martin. Capt. Lyman Mrs. Ljiuan.
Per U. S. A. T. Sheridan, for San
Francisco, Jun. 4. Lieutenant Dock
eiy. Mrs. Dockciy, Lieutenant Oronln
er. Sirs, flrlfhths and child. Sir. Hun
ter. PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Manna Ici, for TCoua nml
ICnii. Jan. 7. IlUlioit U-lbert, C. Wol
'crs. Sirs. C. A. Wills. SIlss Wills,
sauc Pollard, Sirs. Stlllwell. Mrs. liar
num. Pel stmr. Clnudlne, Tor Hawaii and
Muul ports, Jan. 7. Sirs. H. Deas,
nev. I) Sllirray. ,
Pei stmr. W. O. Ilnll. for
poitB. Jun. 7. W. A. Klnnoy,
I TRAN8PORT SERVICE.
liilord. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 16.
Olx, from Honolulu.for Slanlla. Dec. 27.
Logan, arrived Slanlla, Jan. 3.
Thomas, at Pan Francisco.
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San
Frnnclsco Jan, 4,
I ; .
I MAILS. I
Stalls nro mio nt Honolulu from
nolnls as follows:
3an Pranclbco Per AlaniPdi Jan. 7.
lOKoiinmu Per Siberia .Inn 7.
Colonies Per Sloana. Jim. ft
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Jan, 8.
SIoIIb will depart for tho following
points as fnUows:
Snn Pranclsco Per Sheridan, today.
Yokohama Per Korea, Jan. 13. ,1
Vancouver Per Sloana, Jan. 5. '
Colonies Per Aorangl, Jun. 8."
IT IS THE present Intention of tho
Inter-Islund Sloam Navigation Co. u
,'iostpono tho Hailing of 1)13 steamer W.
O. Ilnll fJr Knual imrts until Friday
ovcnlng lu onler thut tho paasotigom.
mall mid expicss matter brought down
from tho toast by tho Btcamer Ala
iroda may receive prompt transship
ment to tho (Inrdoii Island. Tho
steamer Llkellko may bo dispatched
to Kauai portB 011 the Hall run tumor
low. AIIOUT THIRTY Intending paBson
4ci b to tho coast havo booked for San
Fianclsco by tho Pacific SI11II liner
China, whlcli is dim to aiilvo fiom
Hongkong ami Jupan iiorts on Junu
CASTLE & COOKE, tho local rep
osentatloB of Iho Slalsim n..S3.
IIoii Line, havo been udvlbed that Iho'
steamer lllloiilan fiom Hunriiihi ai
llU'd ut Sail Fruncibco today,
THE SHSSOUIUAN, an American
Hawaiian freighter. Is scheduled tu
elopait from Puget Sound porta on
Jan. 14, with iloBtlnatlon, ,lt Honolulu,