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RVKNlNO fiBLLETiN. floNdLULTj. t. H.. THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1916.
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, Leahl Chapter Ho. B Installs
,' Lei Aloha Chapter Ho. 3 In
ttallatlon. All visiting members "' Ulu
Order nro cordially invltrd to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2ml nnd 4U
nt K 1'. Hall
7:H0 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Ao
BENEFICIAL ASSIATlQH. cialions cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 6. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. P. Hall. Kurt. Street.
K. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
P. I). Wlckc, N. (!.
All Usltlng brothers very cordially
,0AHU IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MrcM every nrst nml third Fri
day evening nt 7:110 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Port nnd Uerctanla. Visiting
brothers rordlally Iulted to nttcud.
P. n. NUGENT. C. C.
c n. gosling, ic. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
k Honolulu Lodgo N". GIG, II. P. O.
I 'JKllta, meets In their liall. on King
Street, near Fort, every Prlday even.
Ing. Visiting Hrotherg aro cordially
Invited to attend.
, .. ,i K. A. DOUTIIITT, K. K.
' V 11. C. KASTON, Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. H. M.
i Meets every first nnd third Thurs-
H.tya of each month nt Knights or
Pythias Hull. Visiting hrolhcrs cor-
Uially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY. Sachem
V.. V. TODD, C. of It.
.--HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
. Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
' "7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
, Ji.retnnla and Port streets.
,, Visiting Eagles uru Hulled to at
' ' tend.
W. M. MrCOY, W. l'res.
II. T. MOORE, Soey.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets cery 2nd nnd 1th Saturday
' evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Tfillall, eor. Port and Ileretnnla. Vlsll-
ihjt brothers cordially Invited to at-
P. M. McGItKW. (J. 0.
i. 13. A. JACOIISON, K. It. S.
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 n substantial margin of $0,000,
000, Ten years ago California produced 2,000,000 barrels of oil. Last
year it produced more than 43,000,000 barrels, a clear cain of 8,000,000
barrels over tho product of 1807. The value of the 1908 product, in
petroleum, is estimated by the state mineralogist at over $28,000,000.
At tho present time at least one-half of the California listed oil stocks
nre paying dividends, nnd, ns the price tdvauccs, so will dividends in
trcate and stocks advance.
All investors should git in touch with this exceptionally profitable
,.. industry. Now is the time for investment in meritorious oil stocks
. t,uch ns we recommend. Ask for nu oil book and market letter. Sent
free upon request. Oar representative in Honolulu, Mr. F. L. Kibler, is
n member of the California Stook Exchange of San Francisco, and will
"be pleased to impart full infonnatitn concerning tha California oil
fljvbusincss to those interested. Call
laiTiYounR Hotel, Honolulu, Room 50.
flrlfT 'iMa C1iuia( Caii TMiniitnn
I" Stapes, Trimmings nnd Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 503. S3 Merchant St.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts.. Hovnlnln
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
HEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers cone tiaek.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc. All kieds of EOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Zad T.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
snd cloth of A-l quality can We ant
. 0. Hoi Ilfil. Telenhont Ml
SHEETINGS and SHEETS
Consulting, DesiRiiine; and Con-
. structing Engineers.
Bridges,- Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
terns, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
ot.. or write him nt the Alexander
Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co,, 100
.fVttr- Hill I FTIM AUS PAY 4Jj
Zd a'. . -
Ym ... A 1
Wy. r,i tasisssK&A
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The' Big Nickel 8cratch Pad for. tile
it the Bulletin office for five cents,
It one Inch thick, made up' of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. 8lx for
Automobiles $1 per hour. Phono fl.
Call and nee Mlkn Patou at tho En
core, Shcrrette, the latest In white goods.
Physical culture and massage given
by Prof. Uaron, SI, 82 Young Hotel.
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phono 213. liethel nnd Hotel.
Two new 'telephones will shortly he
milled to Ilia present equipment nt
Port He llus'sy.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or cnrrlnge, take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 queen St.
Osnkl and Oda, two Japanese who
did not provldo themsches with lic
enses, were ordered by Judge Andrade
to pay three dollars each. .
Kaalkattla, the wnhlne who did the
Salomo itiinl on King Btreet yester
day afternoon, got thirty days goal this
morning nt the police station.
Up till this niornln, thero were 478
automobiles registered at the .police
station, unci It Is thought that thu live
hundred mark will scon b? reached.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. It, Hllg, passengers
from Australia by the Moann, will re
main In the city for a few days, con
tinning their trip to tho count In the
There, will bo a tegular meeting of
Hie .Ilnwull Promotion Committee nt
3.30 o'clock this afternoon, when tho
oidlnnry routine business will be gone
The case ugalnsl Johq Hodrlgucs.
who neglected In take it n llcenso
for his business, was nolle prossed as
the clrciinistniicc Hiirioiindlng tho
case wero ieciillar.
Mls- Adcle Drclor nnd Hr. P. E.
Prates were united In murrlago last
evening nt 8 o'clock nt St. Augustine's
Ilomnu Catholic Church nt Wnlklkl.
The Hlght Iteverend lllshop I.lbcrt. as
fisted by Fathers Valentin nnd Ste
phen, olllclnted. Maidenhair and white
asters formed tho decorations of thu
Harney Oldfleld broke the world's
record for fifteen miles lately In n
llcnz 120-hnrsepowor rncer. He cut
out the distance In tho wonderful
time of 13:42 l-.". The former rec
ord was held by ltatph Depnlmn. A.
Nlckrent nlso established a new rec
ord for fifty m IK'h by doing the dis
tance in ri4:3 3-r.
AT FflRLOE RUSSY
t I.OO Mnjoi Wlnslow
Major Wlusiow was at his ofTIco this
Middling having returned from Illlo
jestcrday, whither he went to Inspect
tho now breakwntr.r.. "There Is noth
ing new as rcgnrdB tho breakwater,"
Bald M,uJor Wlnslow. "Work Is pro
gresclng favorably ami some 1400 feet
hnn already been completed."
Tho Mujor returned to Honolulu yes
terday on board the Kukiii nnd went
nt onco to Fort Ue RiiBsy, where he
made an insectlon of tho new fill,
Owing to tho heavy ruin niul the tilling
In process which Is being undertaken
tho roads wero flooded In many places
necessitating a largo staff of men be
ing put on to keep the water -within
Entrenchments novo been thrown
up nnd bags filled with sand and earth,
havo been placed lu the weakest Hpots,
so that thn roads are now passable,
Work nt Port De Hussy Is progressing
favorably nnd this important post will
soon bo permanently established.
LARGEST -BASS HATCHERY.
Eleven lakes In Forest Park, rov
ertug eighty acres, constitute the
largest bass and crapple hntchery lu
thn United States, The depletion nt
the streams and lakes throughout
Missouri, caused by the Inaensn In
angling In the past few yeais, re
quires u lurgo fish lcsorve The pur-
posa or tne Missouri Fish Commission
tins been usslstcd In Its course by
the cooperation of our municipal
usscmhly In granting tho State the
use of Forest Park waters as breed
ing ground without compensation,
and In tho form of ten-year lenses.
to bo renewed nt tho expiration of
the period for which the lease runs.
Notwithstanding the lark of suf
ficient labor caused hy the need of
luudH. thu bass and crnpplo crop for
the last biennial year was the great
est In the history of the commission,
From the Forest Park hatchery" GB,
3G8 black buss were distributed In
private waters uud 24G.92S were
transferred to the streams'and lakes
of our State, the total being 30.1,
293, mi we see the office Foicst Park
fills In the welfare of Missouri.
Thoie were iri9.G9,4 crapple distri
buted, so the grand totul Is 4p6,G94,
with 138,000 on hand nfter distri
bution. St. Unils Olobe-Domocrat.
Tlio cost of living is lo bo investi
gated In Chicago. While it Is unfair,
of coin bo, lo prejudgo It, theru is a
pietty stiong hunch that It is guilty.
Do you know of nny man who Is
Hying in get rid of his wealth because
it doesn't bring hupplncss?
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, ,phone vour order to the
- CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
1 0 GKArrvrV,,-
Drarine and Exnressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. McDougalL, Prop.
A Johnson make bicycle has been' waterIoggC(, co,iuion hy the tug
found, Seo classified column. Navigator 'from Moss landing, nt
Hrluk Prlmo Heer If you would keep whcll ,polllt lt lmil uepll driven on
strong and well.' Prlmo Is brewed to ,,, beat)l hy n tuTiom gl,e,
suit tho climate. It Is thu best beer The AKsciclntc(l Oil Company, o.wn
sold i,n Hawaii. 'rr of tne t,lg Nnvlgntor, has' filed a
Friday and Saturday are the last glllt ngnnst J, Homer Prltch, owner
days of the gi tat Indies' muslin under- of tMc Kxcclslor, for ti2,B00 for
wear Balo at Sichs'Ury 0ds Co. Iluy salvage for rescuing the Excelsior
now nnd savo money. fro mtho bench nnd towing It up
uci your victor mixing .Miiciniie u:i inini niuss iiiuuiuk.
tho Installment plan If oti chisiso The Excelsior was first brought
but get It, A Victor makes homo oven- Into prominence nt the time of tho
lugs most pleasant, llurgtrom Music gold discoveries at Nome. It was
Co., agents. I tho first vessel that returned from
Novices In photography should bear," north bringing a crowd of mln
Iti mind that Kodak ftlms nro tho best. rs laden with the gold they had
They are ten years ahead of any other,1"1 f"'m hn ecUon of the court
films on tho market. Sold by Honolu-Itr'- u w8 " the llrst vessel to
lu Photo-Supply Co.
Wear Hart dchaffner & Marx cloth
ing nnd you will always be well
ilrcsi'eil. Tho latest styles nnd finest
materials nt Sllvu's Toggery. Elks
building. King near Fort.
It Is oasy to understand why thu
shlits nnd collars and dellcato gar
ments sent to tho French Laundry, 258
Uerctanla street., whom nil the work
is deno by hand, wear so much longer
than when washed at laundries w hero
machinery Is used.
M0ANA IS MINUS
HER CHIEF OFFICER
(Continued From Page 1.)
Ing thiough Honolulu tor several
yeurs, nnd nt ono time was on tho
Mnrnma, another liner in the Cati.i-dlau-Autrallau
Ine Moana arrived off tlo pott
early thlt morning nml was at1 her
berth nt Itlshop whnrr before eight
i cluck. -Tlio vessel brought pbout
one hundred und fifty tons of
freight from the Antipodes, includ
ing consignments of whisky, Uquoir,
tefrlgerutcd provisions und general
merchandise. Tho vessel will, tnl.o
out u' small shipment of sugar ami
plneupples nnd other Hawaiian
products when she sails for Victo
ria and Vancouver. Twenty-four
passengers left the vessel nt Hono
lulu. In transit there nre over ouu
hundred nnd twenty persons who
uru destined for the mainland.
Nasty head winds wero encoun
tered by tho Moulin during the
greater part of the trip from Sydney.
Mrs. Angelo, who Is stopping over
here, tepresents the Columbia Park
1'ojs, ii traveling organization In
cluding about fifty young mon who
me Bald in hai started out from
thu mainland about u year ago and
have been making a tourl of tho
world. Their specialty is singing,
vaudeville' nets und athletics. The
company Is said to huo made a big
hit in Aitbtrnlla, whcio they played
to good business. Tho troupe Is
said to follow by tho steamer Ma-
kuru, and It Is expected that they
will be booked for a short season at
Honolulu. Mr. Ournet Holmes Is
nlso traveling In advance of tlialBroup. Tho vossel was In service
J'lic fnmti'ig Amerk'au tonnla play
cis, Melville II. Long and Muurli")
E. McLoughlln, nro uniong .ho lay-over
pnsscngeis. Theso youug men will
.-, ............ ... ..w..n .
iiegollaU) soveial matches with local
Tlio Moann sailed from Sydney on
December 20 and Christmas, us well
as tho New Year, wus spent at sen.
The fine liner wus gaily decorated
for the occasion. The prcsoncc of
leveral theatrical people on board
edded greatly (o the enjoyment ot
Bevernl il tic Impromptu programs
which wue presented for the delcc
ti'tlon of the passengers.
Tho Moana's offlceis report that
the striking coal miners contlnuo to
tie up tho output from the Austra
lian mines und that coal la already
being Imported from Japan to keep
borne of the industries going.
The Moana Is scheduled to sail for
Victoria and Vancouver nt fo'ur
o clock this afternoon. Quite a few
passengers have hooked passage for
the Coast by this vessel through the
local ugency of T. IL Davles & Co.
POUR INCHES ot rain roll on Maui
near Spreckelsvllhj yeslorday, accord
ing to a report brought to Honolulu
by tho steamer Manna I.oa.
MEN'S CLOTHES TO ORDER
English and American Tweeds and Serges.
W. W. AHANA & CO.
62 So, King St.
. . . ,
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St.. Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
Till: STEAMEH Excelsior, which
''ho v lies on the mudllutuut Hunter's
I point, will soon have Its cargo of
'lumber discharged, when It will go
to the drydock to see Wlint tho dam
ages to Its hull may be. The Excel-
mlnr wnH tnweil tn Hnn Frnnclsrn in
niuri lor me iiuriu lurrjiiiK K1"'1
SHIPPING nnd commercial organ
tzatlons of San Frnuclseo have passed
resolutions requesting tho Congress to
pass a law oxtendlng the coastwise
shipping laws so as to Inciudu thu Pan
ama Canal Zouo and thn Philippine Is
landr. Included In thn resolutions Is
given a list of in.'f Hailing vessels with
a net tnunaga of 111,221, and slxtcfi
'steamers with n net tonnage of 23,03.1,
I making a total net lonnngo of 131 851,
laid up on tho Pacific Coast suitable
for this woik.
THE UNITED STATB3 erulsnr Hem
ver' Is expected heio from the Philip
pines on or about January 15. This
psrel will act as convoy to the tug
Iroquois, which station vefsel for the
United Stateii navy has been out of
commission lor many months owing
to the necessity for now hollers. Tho
Denver nml tho Iroquois nro expected
to leuve here for Mnrc Island about
tho 18th of tho month.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Man
na I.oa returned fiom un Inspection
trip to Kuhulut to tho scone of tho
wieck of tho HrtlEh ship Alexuuder
lllack this morning, bringing thteo
passengers nml the mall transferred
fiom the steumer Claudlne. Tho Man
na I-oa passed tho Miller Salvage
steamer James Makec off Molokal light
at ii o'clock this morning. That ves
ted Is pioo.'cdlng to tho urslstalice of
the distressed bark.
THE LICENSE of Captain I-cl Sny
der of tho st cum schooner Argo, which
was wrecked near Tillamook some
weeks ngo, una hoe.ii suspended for
ono year hy United States Inspectors
Fuller nml Edwards. Snyder was
found guilty of carelessness and neg
ligence in attempting to cross' tho
Tillamook bar on u hair tide and dur
ing storm weather. Four llvfcs were
lost In the wreck of the Argo.
THE OLDEST whaling vessel Hy
ing the Aniei lean flu g, the burk Can
ton, has heen wrecked on tho Island
"f Mnlo, ono of tho Capo Verde
74 'years, first as a Baltimore packet
und tlien as n New Bedford whaler.
She has n not reclstcr of 2i( tons
"nu carried n crow of 31 men. all
tho 'atlor being saved when the
uar" WUB wrecueu
A SPAH, evidently tho lower mast
of a largo schooner, projecting six
feet ubovo wuter, 'uppuiently ut
tached to u submerged wreck, was
passed on Nov. 24 'in latitude 42.40
north nnd longitude G7.18 west by
the British stenmshlp llostnnlan.
The wreck1 lies directly' In the truck
of Dleamers and Is dangerous to nuv-
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port' Thomas, from San Francisco for
Manila by 'tho wny of Honolulu und
Guam, has salted from tho California
liort "on January B, Thu vossel Is brliig'
Ing officers, hoop nnd caVuals. The
transport should nnlvo hero on or
about next Wednesday
THE FREIGHT list hiought from
Hawaii and Maui ports hy tho'stenmer
Claudlne, arriving nt' noon 'today. In
cluded 300 foot of ohln "amber, 20
sacks corn, 100 cases of 'pineapples, 10
barrels' of wluo, 43 hairs of hldes and
89 packagos sundries
,. . , Ho Brancbei,
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, January 7.
Sau Francisco Alnmcda, O. S. S.
Saturday, January 8.
Vancouver Aornngl, C A S. 8
Hawaii and Maul ports Mnuni
Seattle nnd Pttget Suund ports
Hyades, M. N. S. S.
Sunday, January 9.
Kauai ports Kliuiu, stmr.
Maul nnd Moloknl ports Mlkahalu
Tuesday, January 11.
San Francisco Mexican. A.-ll. S. S.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports MniiBliu
Mnru. T. K..K. S. S.
Wednesday, January 12.
San FranclBCO I.urllne, M. N. S. S
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, January 13.
Ban Francisco Korea, P. M. S. 8.
Maul ports Claudlne, stmr.
Friday, January 14.
Hongkong and Japan ports China,
P. M. 8. 3. '
Saturday, January 15.
Illlo via way polls Maunn
Sunday, January 16.
Kauai ports Kluau, stmr.
Muni qnd Moloknl "ports Mlkahala
Wednesday, January 19.
San Francisco llllonlan. M. N, 8. 8
VESSELS TO DEPART
Vancouver Moana. C. A. S. 8., 4
Friday, January 7.
ports W.'ll. Hall, stmr., t
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S
10 a. in.
Knual ports Llkellko, stmr.. 5 p. m
Hawaii and Maul ports Clnudlnu
Saturday, January 8.
Sydney and Australian porta Ao
rangl. Dr. stmr.
Tuesday, January 11.
Mnul and Motok.il jiorts Mikalnhi
t'irr., S p. in.
South American ports Mnnshu
Mnru, T. K. K. S. 8.
Knual ports Kluau, Ftmr, S p. m.
Illlo und wny ports Mn.mi Ke..
Wednesday, January 12.
San PrnticlBCo Alameila, O. 8. S.
Thursday, January 13.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Korea,
P. M. 8. S.
Friday, January 14,
San Francisco China, P. M. 8. R
Friday, January 21,
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M
IN FOREIGN PORT
Wednesday, January 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. G:
8. 8. llllonlan, henco Dee. 28.
SAN PIIAncISCO Hnlleii Jan. 3:
8. 8. I.urllne. 1 p. in., for Honolulu
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, 2 p. in., for Ho
Tuesday, January 4.
SAN FrfANCISCO Sailed. Jan. 3:
8. S. Moxlean, for Honolulu.
REDONDO Arrived Jan. .1:
Schr. W. H. uMnrston, from Illlo
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 4:
S. S. China, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrlvod, Jan. 2:
Ilk. Olympic, from Port Ludlow.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snllcd Jan, 4:
Iiktno. Coronado, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 3.
jiuiiKKA Arrived Dec .31:
Ilk. S, C. Allen, henco Dec. G
SAN FRANCISCO Soiled Jan. 1:
Rk. Annlo Johnson, for Hilo.
8. 8. Alameda, noon, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Sailed Jan. 1:
S. 8. Aornngl, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived' Jan. 2:
8. S. Falls of Orchy. henco.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived Jan. 3:
8. 8. Enlerprlso, from Hllo.
KAHULUI Sailed Dec. 31:
S. S. Arizonun, for Sallun Cruz.
Saturday, January 1,
EUREKA Arrived Dec. 31:
Ilk. 8. C. Allen, henco Dec, G.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 1":
hk, Annie Johnson, for Honolulu:
8AN FRANCISCO-Snlled Jan. 1:
8. S. Alameda', for Honolulu.
.VICTORIA-Snllcd Jan. 1:
8. 8. Aornngl, for Honolulu.
Friday, December 31.
SEATTLIJ-Salled Dec. 30:
8, 8, Hyades, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, December 29.
SYDNEY Arrived IJec, 27:
8, 8. Makitrn, henco Dec. 11.
YOKOHAMA-rArrlvod Deo. 2fl:
8. 8. Asia, hence Dec. 14.
OAVIOTA Sailed Dec. '24:
Bp. M. Chllcott. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 2B
8. 8. Siberia, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived Dec. 28:
8. 8. Alameda, henco nec. 22 '
BAN FRANCI8CO-8ulled Dec'28:
8. 8. Tciiyo Mnru, 2 p. m., for Htr
NAGASAKI Sailed Dee, 22;
U. S. A. T. Sheridan for Honolulu.
Monday, December 27,
IIIUSHANE-Sallod Deo. 24:
8. 8. Moana. for Honolulu,'
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived Dec. ?3:
8. 8. Lurllno, fiom Honolulu.
SAN PHANCISCO-Afilved Dec. 20:
S." S, Korea, from Honolulu,
Thursday, January G,
Australian ports via Suva Moann
C.-A. S. 8., u. ni.
Wednesday, January S.
Kahukul l.ikcllkd, stmr., 2 p. m.
"Kahulul Mnul, stmr., 2 p. pi.
Knhulul Maunn I.oa, stun-., 4:3)
Knhulul James Makec, stmr., 10
Thursday, January ,C.
Vlctorln nnd Vancouver Monnn, (J.
A. 8. 8., p. m,
I PA8SENQERS ARRIVED
; ' j.
Per C, A. 8. 8. Moann, from Aus
tralian ports, via Suva,, Jan. C. Mes
dames K. Angelo, W. Stnnton, D. 11.
McConnel. W. H. Dllg, Mncdonald.
Mesrrs, A. W. Kendall. O. Holme, M.
M. McLoughlln, W. Long, W. Stanton,
D. ni McConnel, W. It, Dllg, P. W. S.
Fllzroy, C. S. Fltiroy, Dr. V. Spencer,
Masters McConnel (2), anil Trovor,
Jones, P. V. T. Leo'. Miss W. Holllday,
Mr. and Mrs. Dowllng, Mrs. D. S.
Drown, Mr', J. Korbmncher,
Per stmr: Claudlne, from Hawaii and
Mnul porta, Jan. C. Chas. Thumpson.
Mrs. Thomrson, F. Mackenzie, Faster
Itoblnson, W, S. Howe, Miss Marshall,
Miss I.add. W. Williamson J. Sahey,
3. 8. Poxson. V. W. HobertH, It'. II.
Walker, II. domes, Mrs. 'Cloinea, J. S.
Cooke, W. 11. nrj'unwell, A. Waal.
Per stmr, Manna I.oa. from Knliu
IM. Jan. G. J, M. Dowsctt. Jas. ken- '
nedy, John Wntoihou?e.
Per P. St. S. S. Siberia for San Fran
cisco, Jan. G. Miss G. Wndmaii, Mlsa
Alexander, F. Leo, Jack Itynn, Mr. and
Mrs. Oallaght-i, I). R. McDonald, Jas.
C. Montgomery. I). Fieltas und wife,
Mrs. It. II. rurquliuikon, Mrs. E. S.
Ciinha, Ed Pollltz, W. L. Germalne,
AlnJorGen. T. II. Harry, U. S. A., Col.
Wulter Plnley, U. S. A.. Colonel Rid
dle, U. 8. A. Captain Ferguson, U. 8.
A., Will II. Dllg ami wife, Mr. nml Mr.t.
Hugo Hiittinanii, Sllss Laraen, Mrs. P.
E. Clayton, .lose Mlrandea, Dr. Netllo
lleighle, Gordon Ushornc, J. S, Mo
Cniullcss C. G. Ilockus, Dr. U L. Sex
ton, F. It. Fowler nnd wlfo, Stanley
llcnshnw, tl. T. Garland, Sirs. Lucy
Olcnn, L. SI. Kolinsky, Geo. A. Hell, A.
J. Wilson, D. J. Wllllamn W. Jackson,
J. 8. Ilurglss, Mra. E. Deacon, Edward
Dreter, SIlss Slay Evans.
Per It. SI. St Sj Slouub; fur Vancouv
er, Jan. C. Mr. and .Mrs. A, II. Gor
don. SIlss Voss Miss Daioy, Jas. Hen-
deraon nml wife, Sirs. Stephen and
daughter, Cupt. Gretton, SIlss Helm
gou. Sirs. Cnrtwrlght und daughter,
J. Zlegler, G. Iiucon, J. P. Doonati, II.
Iluhlan. A. J. Wilson, J. A. Matthew.
man, O, t.yshr.lm.
Per stmr. Manna I-o.i, for Ko-aa nnd
Kail, Jan. 7. lllshop Lelbert. C. Wal
ters, Sirs. C. A. Wills, SIlss Wills,
Isaqc Pollard, Sirs. Stlllwell. Sirs. Dar
num. Pel stmr. Claudlne, for Hnwail nnd
Slnul ports. Jan. 7. Sirs. II. Dens,
Rev. D. Slurray.
Per Btmr. W. G. Hnll, lor Kauai
potts, Jim. 7. W. A. Klnnoy, It. A.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. f
lluford. arrived at 8an Francisco from
'Honolulu. Oct. IB.
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila, Dec. 27.
Logan, arrived .Manila, Jan. 3,
Thomas, snlled -from San Francisco,
Stalls aro nuo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Prniieluco Per Alameda Jan. 7.
Yokohama Per Siberia, Jan. 7. '
Vnticouvot-M'pr Aorangl, Jan, 8.
Slalls will depart for tho following
points' as follows:
Yokohama Per Korea, Jan. 13.
Cot'inlcs Per Aornngl. Jun. 8.
i WATERFRONT NOTES
PUR8ER hlHLiNo"o7 tho steamer
Claudlne fiom Slnul ports, rcnoits
cou?lderahlo rain and northerly sons
on tho Inwdril trip of that okhuI, Tho
hark Saint Finncls nnd tho Olymplo
nro at Hllo. whllo tho schooner Aloha
was sighted off' Illlo bound In as tho
Clnudlno Balled fiom tho Hnwail port.
Thu liarkcntlno SInknwoll and thu
American stoamor Lannlni; wero tit
SHANGHAI, CHINA, Is tho deal Ina.
tlon of tho Uilllsh ficlghtor Dunedlii,
which will piobnbly get away for tho
China roast port'by Batufiiiy. Thlt
vesBi'l Has been' dlscIinrglng'H Bhlpmcnt
of tonl conhlejied'to tho UnlUul Slates
Naval Station. Tho Dunedlii will loi.l
bean cako nml olhor llnou at Shan-jhal
Inten-Ied for London.
AN INCREASE of 10s. per cent, hai
heen made by tho undcrViitorH on tho
Ciinard'Conipany's fleet Insurance- con
tract, with the oxcoptlon .of the Lusl
tanln'and the Sluuretuiila, for wlilch a
l eduction of 10s. ior cent U conceded
under the clatisa providing for tho psy.
inent only of tho oxeoss of JJGOOOO on
nil claims for oach'iouml voyage.
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