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HONOLULU, T. H.. FniDAY, JAN. 7. 19l6. .. jj i't , ,' A -ft -'ft
Leahl Chipter No. 2 Installa
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 In
ttallatlon. All laltlnB members of the
Order arc lunllally Invited to
nttcml trectlngs of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
UT ni hf rn nf
aiinmi puAiurnii nwMwa v
MAHINt tKblNttHi' oilier Asso.
BENEFICIAL ASSIATlON. ciations cor-
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mnmlijr evening nt
7:30 lu I O. 0. P. Hall, fort Htreit.
I. H. IIENDHY. Secretary.
1 1). Wlcke, N. O.
All visiting brothem very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every llrst nnd third Fri
day oenlng at 720 In K. of P. Ilnll,
corner Tort und lleretaula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
R It. NUOCNT, C. C.
r" it. gosling, ic. n. s.
HONOLULU LODQE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
Klks, mcits In their hall, on King
Btreet, neir rort, every Prlday even,
lux. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
tuvlted to attend.
I. IJ. A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
f' II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
JVthlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
UUIly invited to attend.
. L. A. PEIUIY. Sachem.
vl IJ. V. TODI), C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
"Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretaula and I'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend, , W. M. MrCOY, W. Prcs.
' ,u ' 11. T. MOORE, Secy.
Win: M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K, ot P.
Hall, cor. Port and lleretaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tond. P. M. McORUW, C. C.
E. A. JACOIISON K. It. S.
lfZ!lilBf mui l
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 $8,000,
000. Ten years ngo California produced 2,000,000 barrels of oil. Last
year it produced more than 48,000,000 barrels, r clear train of 8,000,000
barrels over the product of 1007. Tl'c value of the 1008 product, in
pctioleum, is e-.timntcd by the stat: mineralogist at over $26,000,000.
At the present fine at least one-half of the California listed oil stocks
nre paying dividends, and, as the price advances, co will dividends in-
tiease nnd stocks advance.
All investors should g.'t in touch with this exceptionally nrofltable
industry. Now is the time for investment in meritorious oil stocks
such as wc lecommcnd. Ask for an oil book and market letter. Sent
1 free upon request. Our representative in Honolulu, Mr. F. L. Kibler, is
n member of the California Stock Exchange of San Fiancisco, and will
be pleased to impart full informatii" concerning the California oil
business to those interested. Call ou. or write "him at the Alexander
Young Hotel, Honolulu, Room CO, Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co., 108 ,
Geary Street, San Francisco.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Ht Shop'
Miss Kate Woodard
ll4f Fort Street puf
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
" Younf Bide.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Bcretania Sti.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone G53. 83 Merchant St.
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO.Sts.. Uonlnla
Q00D MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season,
notel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come 'jack.
WING CHON6 CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Zadt T
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
Kinp Si., Ewa Fish Market.
tnd cloth of A-l quality can bt pur
P. 0. Box Ml. Telephone Ml
SHEETINGS nnd SHEETS
' COMPANY, 1TD.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145,
RUM FTIN AUK RAV
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel ScrateH Pad for tile
st the Bulletin offict for five csflts,
Is ene Inch thick, 'mede'up of two Hun
dred shuts of good paper. Six for a
Automobiles 14 per hour. Phone fl.
Call and see Mike Paton at the En
core. Shorrette, the latest In white goods,
at Jordan'. '
Drop j our package xof laundry at $2
King street, near Fort, '
I'hjslcMl culture and massage given
by Prof, tfaron, 51, 2 Young Hotel.
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone 213. Bethel and Hotel, f
If you want a good Job done on an
auto rfr carriage take It to Hawaiian
Ca'rrlsge Mfg. Co . 427 Queen 8t.
' Charles' Ynrrick once moro faced
the court on a fhnrge of belpg soused.
He wns reniandpil till tomorrow and
will have to tell about It nil .then.
King up t.e's foi groceries. Phono
Uciutlful millinery creations on view
at Dunn's Iln: Shop. Fort and ijvru
Select dry ohla stote uoor and
baud picked fetovu coal can be ob
tained at Union Pacific Transfer Co',
phone 68, at the lowest market price.
Salirfactlon assured to every custom
It's the film that makes the picture.
Anrco films gtvp negatives true to
tire color alue, chromatic balance
frco from halation nnd with detail In
the ihadows. Get Anrco films nt (Jur
rcj'B. Fort itieet near Hotel.
WORD ON COAST
Guests at San Francisco Hotel Greet
.tacn inner and the Hew .Year
With "Aloha" Parker and Cupid
Among the Gnests.
"Aloha!" was the e-v at the Stew
art . Prince Cupid and Colonel 8am
Parker of IJo.ioluhi were conspicuous
flguen around thp lobby. Manager
C. A. Stewart saw that e cry body
hailji good time and at the staid and
quiet hoteT the dining room was kept
open until 2 a. m. The hotel office was
beautifully decorated for the occasion
and the guests, oal ioithu Btqwart,"
spent their Nqw Year's celebration
right In their own hotel 8. P. Exam
iner. Jnn 1.
BREAK GROUND - '
J . ioa NEW CHURCH
' ' ' ' si i "
fCnntlntifril fmm TaM 1
primary room, the Dllile "eTan room
and ten other small class rooms, all of
which are conpected with the assem
bl room by folding partitions. In ad
dition to these Is a pastor's study and
a choir room. The most delightful
feature of the arrangement of this
church Is that the size at the audi
tortupi can be regulated to suit the
size of thn miittenpn Th m.ln flny
of the auditorium Is' but little larger
man mo auditorium of the old church,
soatlHg about 3,4p, but tbo capacity of
tlin ntlilltnrliim inn h.'nHu...j ,..
opening tfio folding doors or rolllns
iiuiiiiiuiiH, until somcicniiy large to
comfortablv seat eight hundred lu one
In the basemnnf lu n ou,ini i.ntf
kitchen, ond two toilet rooms. Tho
hole arrangement Is pronounced by
competent ludgeB of chnrch archltec
ture as a model of convenience. Thn
building completed and furnished will
cost approximately 35.O0O.
i no public generally have shown
great Interest in thin eninrn.. -...
doubtless a large crowd will assemble
in enjoy uie nrt cercmonv in rnnii'w.
Hon with tho construction of the
A full forco of hands will bo put io
woik Immediately by the builder. E.
P. Chapln. next Tuesday. It Is esti
mated that II Will Vnniilra -,... .., ...
eight months to complete the building.
.j is crc;it-ti inai lilsnop Kdwln II.
Hiiihes. one of the ablest bishops of
the church, will iireuM, ih ,i.u-k.
... ,...nv. ,..v uciiivuiiii
sermon and consecrate the building to
The building committee representing
tho church consists of tho.foilnwh'i
cll known gentlemen: Mossrs. n
H. Trent, A. J. I.yle. C. J. Day, O. II,
Walker and M. fl Mnainn t ii,.;
gentlemen much of the cuccess of the
enterprise thus Tar Is due.
TO nilll.D .in rl nitAmla ARMI.B. v..
kon fleet Qf Bteamern mid bancou la tho
object of the Alanka TrtdliiK ind Nav-
llfnllntl riflllllinnV UIIaI. lnA..H..n-n....l
-" l..rf. .li-l, MIltflllUIUlL'U
nt Taconia on November 22 with a cnii
Ital stock of S250OO0. Tlie popipany
will build this wonter two Yukon
steamers nnd p fleet of barges at Ta
coma. They will bo operated next
summer from HI. Mlrhnni tir i. ...,.,
DirniNO THE STAY Of IP Canad.
latl AllStrnlfnil lllir Mnnna o lfM
lulu yesterday, that vosppl was Inspect-
ii) nr upiuiu wiiiiam tiowe, u. H, In
spector of hulls and Captain Carl
lhtl01S. IT R' Intiiii'plnr 'of lu.lt..,.
Tlie law provjdts Jhnt tie Inspectliiii
tllllnt inlin .l.. ni it ii i -. . i
iiiacu uie nisi American
Pint toiiehfl nlllni ftvitli-nilfiii ,.r ti.A
date set for Hip examination.
When yon want to be
Handled risrbt, phone yonr order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jm. g. tore.
Wc'irtCeij 'Phone 388
It's he Film That
The ANSC0 FILM gives negatives true to
hroraatic balance, five from halation, and
shadows. Get ANSC6 FILMS at
ALAMEpA'S HEW ' '
PnnftniA rwiM Vmma 1
vvuiuiuut xiuiu "K
conic to Hawaii to spend secral
Tl T Ilrrttnrint.l nAtim. fmm Alnolr.
am) hopqs to fliui a somewhat milder
climate at Honolulu for tho winter.
Alexander Hume Kord. tho author
ntlft InotlirAr fllltl tlin fnumtAi- nt tt.A
Outrigger Clpb, wns hn arrival by tho
Aiuiiieun, no comes imoueil Willi a
lot of good Ideas and while away he
llAtf been llfllflll n r-finnlilf.rnhla ntnnunt
of good and wholesome boosting for
Theo ftoffm.in. otprlrlrttin f.tr- tl.fl
Alexander Yoiinrr lintol hnu rnim-n...i
from a business trip to the mainland
a. reiser is maxing one or his semi
annual pilgrimages to the Islands. In
the Interests of a coast fertilizer man
ufactory, ' ,
FlOm tho late Cbast fltea llin fnllnw.
Ing Is gleaned of some pllikla that at
tended the Alameda while In the coast
"For flfl hntlr PRtnntm mArnUn. Ik.
steamer Alnmpdh was held iii ou what
f miuni oa rucKnniR hock, n row
hundred fppl tn ih qii.ibi.ki ..f .i...
China basin wharf, and tieforo tho
steamer was again Innkep water four
tugboats hivl been summoned, though
only two pf them, the Sen Fox and Sea
wiim, HBsisieu uie liner to tho China
basin berth nenr In ivi.aA i.A ,i.
mcila had freight to illscharge.
mo niniiieiiu was on uie way rrom
Fl btrt-street whnrf in r-i,i ,...,
VllOn she Mllddenlv rntnn In n D(nn
top of the submarine obstruction Tho
uue was at the lowest. There was
nineteen feet of water at tho stern
Of the CBMpI. lint fivnpvivha.n ..I,... f...
depth was from twen(.nvp to twentj-
... .i-i-i. a mo uue rose the steumer
was easily floated, but tho tugs Rest-
leHS milt Rf.fl OlIAa. n...l I.I .t. n
Fox and Sea Witch, were summoned.
tie uu-amer was not Injured.
COOK'S CORK LEG
; ' " - ALONE IS SAVED
(Continued From Page 1.)
found ail the after cabins utmost
filled with water fmm thn h..
seas which continually sweep the
vkh;i irom siem to stern.
Upon forcing the door of n stnto
room. the ii'allve aallnr.. hsiir.i .,..
cullur sound, as Ifa-falht cry from
a lost soul. The open door reveal
ed (he picturesque, and not the least
ungraceful movemept of a; man's leg,
extending above the surface of the
water, ami going through motion
viucii uiigni Lie construed ob sugges
tive of tho ballet.
With a bound the Hawalians wm
scrambling up the companion ladder
Willi 11 llluilln. nt ..lnn.lt.. ,1
...... ........ j ui uiukiui uinv wuuiu
nut to shame the best nfrnriu nf An.
tone Kaoo, the Marathon wonder.
once gaining the decks of t)o
wrecked shin, they 'lost no time, In
getting over tho side.
mat t was a ghost, was about nit
Ihut could be cotten nnL nf llmm lit-
Captain 4laglund. The skipper, how
ever, possessed no particular fears
f rnm li a ( Ijm . j t.
..win itMiiuiinioiii, uuu iiu jmm n
Visit to he ml. In nf mvalnrr
GrAHnltlfr thn minnA(.Af moOAnllna
pedal extremity, he soon discovered
iiim ne was me possessor of an ar
tificial lCT. Thn milUA fnmlnv frnm
the forward quarter proved to be
nip vry oi i no Aiexanaer uiack s pet
cat. An attempt was made to res
cue tlie feline, but tho aulmnltoul'1
not he located. i
The leg was all that was brought
hack, The Alexander llack Is rapidly
being bioken up by the iicilon of the
swells. The ship's bottom Is hard
mid fast on the reef, but as she lies
broadside on to the constant mirrea-
slon of breakers which sweep her
lore anq art, tho vessel simply
ut ttii mi h
.A.I k,'"! U...
MEN'S CLOTHES TO ORDER
English and American Tweeds and Serges.
W. W. AHAINA & CO.
62 Sp. King St. ' ....,, ,' . "' UoBranchei.
T t-nr if r
SURE to have yonr
Vineyard St.. Ewa of Nnuann Stream
. --. ft . ilUf
Makes the Picture
life color value,
with detail in the
" 111 i U ii
writhes nnd squirm at each Impart
of the trcmouiloiis volume of wate'i,
and all her scams are opening to the
The deck of the csscl Is going tn
pieces very quickly. K
All hope of saving nn tiling from
the csscl was abandoned this moiji
Ing. Tlie Mini I remained until It
was seen that the vessel wns doom
ed to rest her bones ou the Maul
Tho fertilizer la, of course, also
a total los9 Captain arlfuths, his
mates, J. Jenkins nnd It. Stover, and
sixteen' stllors of the Ill-fated init
ial! balk have abandoned the tssel
to her fate and came to Honolulu
this morning as passengers b) the
ALCording to the captain, the Al
exander Illuck went ashore off Pala,
Maul, during n heavy thunderstorm
Tuesda) ' nfternfion, January ),
nbouh 4 o'clock. The eBel was
heading for jniiulul harbor and wns
coming along ut a pretty good rate.
NV. winds nnd n heavj rnlu was
prealllng nt the time, but ut 4
o'clock u thick and hea thunder
s'torin suddenly nppearcd and with
in u short while nftcrw-nrd3 the es
se I went ushoro nt u point about
one mile nearer Pala than where the
ill-fated American ship Spartan
went ashore sevoral je.irs ago. As
the vessel was n'far off at the time
of tho accident, pilot E. II. Parker
did not have any chance .to get
aboard prior to tho disaster'.'
A board of inquiry will he con
ened at the llrltlsh Consulate with
in a fow days, In order to deter
mine the responsibility for the 'dis
The loss of the valuable cargo ot
nitrates fulls to the Hawaiian Crjni
merclal and Sugar Company, Mniit
Agricultural Companj and the Wat
luku S.ugar Cumpnpy,
ACCORniNO TO' tho best nvnllablo
advice tho Hamburg-America line
sttamer Clevchnd, which' Is cmnoj
Ing about seven hundred tourists on
u round the wprld trip, will nrrlvo at
Honolulu on Jnmiar) 23 and rcipatn
Hcr hero one day. Tho llijcr comes
to tho new Alakea street wharf.
A HEAVY norther!) swell Is report
ed en Muni. Tlie steamer l.lkellko re
mnlned at Knhnlul nnl thn Anmilcnn
Hunailan freighter Vlrglnlaiii Is ro
lipilpd us taking on sugar at that port
destined for Sallna Cruz.
THE most exquisite
cleanliness1 is nec
essary in the care
of bottles and
other utensils used in the
preparation of a baby's
For this purpose, there
is nothing quite so good
as Ivory Soap.
Dissolve a few shavings
of Ivory Soap in a quart
of hot water. Rinse the
bottles with cold water,
wash them insidd'and out
in the Ivory Soap suds and
then scald with boiling
99, Per Cent Pure
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ARPIVEP DEPARTED 1
Thursday. January 6,
lltngkong and Japnn portsr-Slberln.
P. M. S. S , p. in.
Friday, Januiry 7.
Snn Francisco Alameda, O. 8. S ,
Kahulul nnd Maul ports Maul,
slmr., a. m.
Knhuiiil llclcne, stmr., n, m.
VE88ELS TO ARRIVE I
Saturday, January 8.
Vancouver Aorangl, C A S. 8
Hawaii and Maul "ports Mount
Kea, stmr. ,
Seattle and Pugct Souiul IKirls
Hyndes, M. N. S. S.
IN POHBION PDRTS .
Frlday, January 7.
UIUSHANE Arrhed Jan. I:
3. 8. Swanlcv. hence Dec. 10.
PORT LUDLOW Sailed Jan. 6:
Schr. 1 lei cm e, for Honolulu.
atlAY'8 HARUOll Arrhed Jan. C:
Bchr. M. R Foster, henco Dec. 11.
SAN FnANCISCO Salted Jan. 7:
VS. S. Korea for Honolulu, 2 p. hi.
pi.nEL.E-Sailed Jan. 4:
S. 8. Asgard, for New castle.
Thursday, January 6.
SALINA CHUZ Arrived Ian. til
S. S. Alaskan from Kithuliil, Dec. 19.
8AN FilANCISCO Arrltnl Jan. 6:
S. S. Nippon Mnru, 11 a. in, hence
MAHUKON'A Sailed Jnn G:
Schr. Eva for Humboldt.
MJQWAY ISLAND-Saled Jan C:
" Schr. Flaurenco Ward, for Honolulu.
FOR NAM MILITIA
Coast Tars Will Make
The criilEer Marble head, for porno
time nt Maro Islnud, Is to 'i. .igr.ziicd
to the uie of tbo Naval Mllltii of Oal
Ifon la. Captain Gnoru W. D.iiui.
commaildlng tho mllltln. Is In receipt
of u letter ffoni Senatoi (leoigu C.
Perkins stating that Hi u Admiral
Phelps, commandant at the Mnro Is
land yard has been instr ictcd by Sec
rctuiy of the Navy Meyer to tuiii fiver
the Marbleheail to tho militiamen. 'Iln;
order Is tho raaut lof a lims oampajgn
kept up by' Genial J. Jl. Lalick, Ad
jutant General or Callfornli, and Cip
tuln llauer tti securu n moilmn ts3oi
for tho in I lit la.
Tho Marblepcail Is'a modern cnilicf
nf 20SQ tons displacement. Willi, a
length of 217 feet, beam of 37 feet i u 1
ilrnrt of 1G7J feet, and was built nt
Iloaton In 1894". nt n cost of admit
$t.oro,000. InclinlliiK the armament.
This consists of ten five-Inch guns,
six six poinders. two one pounJerK
nnd two machiiio guns. The Murblo
hcn.l has n api-i, of 1'J ki.nti and r,t
n speed of 10 knots has a Mainilu,;
radius ol 2900 miles. Her cnniple
nicnt Is 248 men. and II is roniempi.it
ed to put In a spar isck tint will
accommodate SO nioio.
In the Marblehead Irr mllltii will
not only -crme nlonr; the po.i it. but
expects to innko a vonge tivllono
'' PN LINER KOREA
(Continued From Page ,1.)
could get out qf a, score, it win this
abllll) to get work done that won him
nrnniiflnn In f!w flilim ll,m n.t.i ....nt
i'- w-- " " ...,.. ,, ..i, i,u mini
ho lost his 'peacock feather jestorday.
ii nit Hciieiuii epppuseu inai jnines
WUH Dna (If thn wlltlnlmb-iwl rmnli
of tho big bo-js.
Iio heads that fell -in the basket
belonged tq Second Olllcor Frank Elr
man. Third nntenr I. Liiiil- l.-,ii,ril, nr.
Ilcei J. Wlnkjo and Carpenter F,
Woods. Elmiun will probably ho as
signed to another uhlp liter on. (.niig's
detachment Is temporary.
This makes suven changes on tho
ship Bluce Its arrival In poii, anil thoro
arq biild to bo other In contempla
tion. Till) tlflVfltl Vlf llmu nt Ilia ImMuA
cleaning moved their things osterda
iiuiu me snip.
C. Hol7hauser. thn Inron'a 1ml. I,nn
has ulso been detached from the ship
A. J. Frey, assistant to Vice Presl-
dent and General Manager It. p.
ouivtemi, bum jesterua);
"Tho InvcLllgatloii in not et over.
Ilefoie It la thfirn will ho ntlm. ,l...
ou Hie oKrea perhaps a good man)."
With this "happy New Year" contri
bution to tho season's gladneis or
those htlll on tho Korea's nrtlcles Frey
declined tq illtcii3s tho subject further
(lift its auy ,
"Wnlt! Tlierp will be 111010."
TIlEf Tnvn iMoi-f ,...n... ..
mi I. vp-" irtionA liner
Nlpiion Muni, which salted finni Ho
uollllu nn rip,f,tiili.ip Qiui
tho Orient to San Trunclbco, la ropoit
Cd to have anlyed nt tho Callfoinln
1)01 1 vehtenlnv iii,rnln.r
tm . '
CAPT, ROHEHT C. HAHR. mast, r of
the CunauJ lluor Campania, ln3 IH.,,
appointed master of the Mnmetanli'
fm.cceedliiK Captuln 1'iltchard wjio has
ibmi i assigned to bl.oru dulj ufer hi?
IHg G Hal's ut sta.
THE ARRIVAL of the Diltlsli steam
tr Swonley at ilrlsbaue Is itpoited ,
Tuesday. This Is the essol 1
luouglit tho largo numbor of p, ,,.
guese liiiiiilgi juts f,om tho Azores'
Thursday, ajnunrv C.
Vancouver and Victoria Moana, C
A. S, S , li. m.
Fridn), January 7.
Sin Francisco Siberia, P. M. 8 S ,
10 n. m,
"" VE88EL8 jp pEPART
r Kauai portB-J-W. tl. Hall, stmr., 5
P. in. ,
Hawaii and Mnul ports Clnuillne,
stmr., & p. m.
8-turday, January 8.
Svdney and Australian porta An
rangti llr. stmr.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Por'O. 8. B."" Alameda, 'from San
Francisco, Jan. 7. Frank Anderson,
O. Uabson. Mrs, Dabson, M, Halluclic ,
Mrs. tlallachey and child Dr. J. Ueit
tie. Mrs. J. W. Dergstrom nnd two
children, II. T. Uromfleld, II. C. Car
ter. Mrs Wi '. Chlsholm. Mrs. I. A.
Curiey, Isaac Kvans, Alex. Hume
Ford, It. S. Onult. Jas. Glacomlnl, Mrs.
Glnconilnl. Donald Gra, A. ilernun,
Theo Hoffman M"S 1-. H. Horton, K.
S, I)udsun, Mrs) Hudson, tlrothcr
John, V. A. Johnson, J. , Jont J. D.
Kendall II. Krelfe. Miss O. Levins.
Thoa. McVeash. Mrs. McVeacb mi I
J two children. Thus. McVengh, Jr.. J.
u. Miner. Airs. Miner. J. jr. Millet,
Stnulev Norrls, Mrs. Norrls, I). Paul,
F. A. Pnvvln, Mrs. Pavvlu and child. S.
I'i'Ibtr, II. Preuss. Clias It.imsay, Mrs.
Ilamsay, D. U. Itoot, Mrs. Hoot and
child, Walter Hoss, Mrs. Itoss and two
children. Miss Kva Shaw, Leo. Sol
omon, M, C. Swift, Leo Tauhiiian, Mrs.
Tuubman, Jno. 1'ajlor, N. Wnllaco.
I PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED I
"pcr P. M. S. S. Siberia Tor San Pram
clsto, Jan "..Miss 0. Wadiiiau, Miss
Alexander, I'. I.cc,Jnck nan, Mr, ahd
j.Mrs. Gullaghcr, I). It. McDonald, Jas.
c. Jlontgoinury. I). Frellas and wire,
Mrs. it. D. Faniuhnrson, Mrs. IX S.
Cunhn. IM Polllti. W. L. atripalno.
Major-Gen. T. II. Harry, IT. 8. A.. Pol.
Walter Flnle. U, 8. A , Colonel Hid
die, U. S. A. Captain Fcrgtihon, V. S.
A.. Will II. Dllg nnd wlfo, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hugo Huttmunn, Miss Larzcn, Mri, F,
U. Clajton, Jose Mlrnndoa, Dr. Nclllo
UeUhle. Gordon Usborne, J. S. Mc
Candless, C. CI. llockus, Dr. L. U Sex
ton, F. II. Hivvlor mid wife, Stanley
Hensbnw, G, T. Garland, Mrs. Lucy
Glenn, L. M. Kullnsky, Geo. A. Hull, A.
J. Wilson. D. J. Wllllamo W. Jackion,
J. S. HnrglsB, Mrs. E. Deacon, FMvvard
Dreler, Mlts May ans.
Per H. M. 8. S. Mo ina. for Vanemiv
ir, Jan. C Mr. mil Mrs.'A. II. Gor
don, Miss ,V6i,s MlssDarcy, Jas. Hen.
dtjibon nijd Ife Mrs, Stephen ami
'laughter, Cipt. Ort.'t(oii. "bIIhs Holm
Igne. Mrt. Cuiiw right nnd daughter,
J. Zleglcf. O. J.ncmi, J. R Doonali, II.
Hahlan. A. J. Wflson, J. A. Maithow
nnn, O. Iijuliolpi.,
Per stmr. Manna Loi, for Kona and
Knu. Jan. 7. Illshop Lclbcrt. O. Wo.
tcrs,Mrs C. A. Wills. Miss Wills,
Isaac Pollaid. Mrs. Btlljwell, Mrs. liar
num. PASSENGERS BOOKED
Pei stmr, Clnudlne, for Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, Jon. 7. Mrs. II. Deas,
Hqv. 1). Murray.
Per stmr. W. O, Hall, for Kauai
ports, Jun. 7. W. A. 'Kinney, H. A.
Malls nro'ouo at Honninin fr,,,,.
points as follows:
Yokohanin Per Chlm, Jnn 14.
Vancouver Per Aoranul Jnn r
Colonies Per Mnkura, Feb. 1.'
jfiaus win depart ror ttio following
points as follqns:
Yokohama Per Korea. Jan. 13.
Vancouver Per Mnkura Fob. 1.
Co'onles Per Aorau.,1, Jan 8.
j TRArjSPORT'BERVipE. f
Buford arrived at San rrnnclt,co from
Honolulu Qct. 15.
Dlx. from Honolulu for Mnnlln TW or
Tgon, arrived Manila. Jnn. 3, ' .
Thomas, sailed finni San Francisco.
Jan. 5, '
I WATERFRONT NpTES
Tim tNTen.'int.AMn .,. w".i'
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returnul from the pcenn of (ho w'reck
nt iU I...I. . ' . ... . I..
hid mini Alexander mack mis
morning, -mo essd bpu.sht simm.i1
liassenci rs. liiclmlliu? r?m,t iin'ririmii.,
his two matiM and slxtmn BillurH In-
lunging io uiq III rnttil hIiIu. Oipl.tn
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lel.Iulnn.l nmt,ni, ni.. .... ...i ......
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the sceno of disaster.
OENEHAL CAKOO was brought to
Honolulu tilts mm-nlti" Iiu I1i liitn,-.
Island steainei'llelenn, which nrilvml
friiiu Kiilmliil. Tho freight llrt In
cluded (,() sicks taro, 33 lials hides,
ami ten n.ult.iL-im KirinirlAR Tim n, i.
f)t aUq Ktood iy ready to lend assist-
miej io me iioomeu Aluxnmlur ll'iik,
wlileh Is now u total wr'Ck off Pali,
THE tlKllSIAN shin II llnfni.i
wlilih Is now laliig lit tlie l.illway
wharf dlsehnraliii: a sblniii n f,r r,...
Illlier cement, nipl geiieml cnrgn
Hiiiii i.iinipu, win promiiii) lenuilu nt
mo ' on ior mo greiitui pin of
lnoiilli Upon leaving, the , 0(.
fold v.'lll (ako ballast only.
THE SCHOONER Evn having dls
clnrged Her shlpmeiit of lumber nt
Mahukono. brought down fiom Puget
Souin), suled from tho Hawaii port on
Wednesday, with destination as Hum-
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