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EVENING BTJLLBT1K. HONOLULU, T, H., MONDAY, JAN. 10, 1910,
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific First Dearee.
Honolulu Commandery Inttal-
Hawaiian, Pacific, Oceanic
Lodfleo Social Meeting.
All jltlng members of trio
Order nrq cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
Snd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0ther Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i Meets, every Monday evening nt
.7:30 In I. (). O. T Hull, Tort Street.
II. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
t 1'. I). VVIChC, IN. li.
All vlRltlnc brothers very corumny
VrOAHlf L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots every first nnd third Frl
Buy evening at 7:30 In K, of 1. Hall,
corner Fort und Uoretnnla. Visiting
'brothers cordially Invited to attend.
v. n. nuqcnt. n. a
fr H. GOSLING, k. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
! Honolulu Lodge No. 010, II. V. O.
Klks, meets In tholr ball, on King
Ktreot. near Tort, every Friday even.
fJ' lug. Visiting llrothcrs aro cordially
Sf f JtTUed to' attend.
', . A. UUUTiim, IS. It.
f" 11. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
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WVVtD QICIJ IIIO. UIIU .(.,, ...U.u.
Bays ot each month nt Knights of
FV Vwlliln. Tlill Vluttltir lirnllinro .nN
4 jiui.a .aw... ... u..'..v.s .w.
Plally Invited to nttend.
h. A. PERRY, Baehom.
V E. V. TODD, C. of It.
fit HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
I'.NESDAY evenings of each month nl
(7:30 o'clock In K. of Pliall, roruor
Ccretanla and Fort streets.
y Visiting Ragles aro Invited to nt
tend. W. M. MeCOY. W. Pros.
& ' ' H. T. MOORE. Bccy. ,
,, Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE-No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every Snd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clocl: In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Deretnnla. .Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. M. MrORlCW. C. C.
E. A. JACOI1S0N, K. R. S.
m h r r rrr-r--
R i f"i v i s f tWi . rT U
&. 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 ago California produced 2,000,000 barrels of oil. Last
year it produced more than 48,000,000 barrels, a clear gain of 8,000,000
barrels over the product of 1907. The value of the 1908 Droduct. in
petroleum, is estimated by the state mineralogist at over $26,000,000.
At the present t lime at least onc-half of the California listed oil stocks
tire paying dividends, nnd, as the price advances, so will dividends in
crease and stocks advance.
All invcstois should gJt in touch with this exceptionally Drofltable
industry, Now is (he time for investment in meritorious oil stocks
Mich ns we recommend. Ask for &u oil book nnd market letter. Sent
flee upon request. Our rcpiesentativo in. Honolulu, Mr. F. L. Kibler, is
n member of the California Stock Exchange of San Francisco, and will
be Pleased to impart full information concerning the California oil
business to those interested. Call ot.. or write him at the Alexander
Youiig Hotel, .Honolulu, Room 50. Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co.,"160
ucaryiBtreet, son jfrancisco, ,
Shapes. Trimmings and Flowert.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania SU.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAUAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
.verytMng in Mason.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all onr old en
tnmrs come 'jack.
WING. CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Ltc. AH kinds cf KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE itadt T
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
ud cloth of A-l duality can fce jwr
. O. Box Ml Telenhont Ml
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridcei. Buildmcs. Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and( Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
Tlio sailing of the' Mongolia ester
day was the occasion for a fcort of faro
well party nt the dock. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dillingham had a number ot
tholl friends In the various groups who
went to wlrh them bon voyage and an
other opnlar trove'ei who had many
friends to say faicwoll was, Miss Alice
Macfarlano, v. ho left for Honolulu af'
tcr a summer passed in this city, whero
sho has been extensively entertained
Among the nrmy people who sailed
wero General Thomas II. Barry, Cap.
tain F. K.' Ferguson, Colonel W. I..
Flnlcy, Major J. P. Ilalns nnd Colonel
John Diddle. San Francisco Call, Dec.
MST- P-IILl FTIN AU8 PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tht IIb Nickel Scratch Pid for 'tale
it the B u 1 1 1 1 1 ii"effle for Irfvt cents,
i on fneh thick, 'maeftup of two hun
dred shttts ef good piper, 8lx for
Automobiles 14 per hour. Phono C.
Call and see Mike Paton at the En
core. lllom's sale of embroideries, flounc
ing and towels Is now on. '
Physical culture and massage given
by Prof. Ilaron, SI, E2 Young Hotel.
At6mODllest-,hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone 213. Uethel and Hotel.
ll. P. !!aldv.lnnd J. P. Cooko vis
ited Knhuku plantation during Mr.
Baldwin's stay In the city.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Inspector ot Danks Z. K. Myers Is
making a iour of Hawaii looking Into
the banking business of the Dig Is
land 'There will be a meeting of the trus
tees of the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce at 3 o'o'.ik-i. on 'Wrdiiurday af
The now college building of the Alll
olani College Is fast assuming shape.
The bulldlng'is falny -veil closed !r
at present. '
The local'ClilnCKo are making great
preparations for the coming New Year
celebration, Which falls on Wednes
day, February 9,
V, T. Itawlln Is rororlod to be
quite 111 nt his home and it may be
soeral days before, ho will be able to
be around his office,
Six Japanese engaged In a game of
iwkor were gathered 'In by Chief Me
Duffle jest onlay morning In tho Mpl
lllll' section of tho city.
Mrs. Latham McMullIn one of San
Rafael's prominent summer tourists,
was a guest at MrB. George Cameron's
luncheon given nt tho Francesco Club
All accounts due Lewis & Co., .Ltd.,
can be paid until 'January 31 at their
old storo, 169 King street. Those In
debted wlll pleaso'sett(o before that
tlmo and oblige.
A Japanese house servant was liken
to the Palama hospital Saturday, suf
fering with a bad case of .ellrlum tre
mens. He was so liquor crated that
hypodermics were necossary to'oulet
Tho fnnoral of the Infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. J, P. McGregor was hold w
terday afternoon from the Sllva Und
ertaking parlors: The. Mn3tego-s r
sldo nt Hauula. on tho windward side
of the Island.
Through an error In ah announce
ment It Was made to appear that Mr.
Stanton would give his great rooster
and animal net at tho Park tonight.
Tho management wishes to creato no
wrong Impression ami wishes It known
that he will appear this week as a
humorist and mimic. Introducing com
ical character songs and Imitations.
SllnerlOr Pntlflirnln frnmn' .....I A..1.
at the Metropolitan Market, phone 45.
Go to Halelwa bv train nn.l vn.i will
havo all tho pleasure of a ride In a
new orK Central de luxe. '
An electric vibrator Id tho house
will do away with a tihvslclan it re
Lmotes the cause 'of lllneBs.
uet a Knabe piano from J. W. Bcig
Strom & Brov Masonic Tomplo. Sweet-
oi miuu aim mien construction,
Better begin using Butternut bread
sold by Palm Cafe. It Is superior to
all others. Phone 311, Hotel near
It Is time to begin cloanlng up
around tho house, pislnfectants are
needed and the best nre to bo had at
Benton, Sinlth ft'Co.'s.
SAILINO FROM Honolulu on De
cember 28lh, tho American steamship
Ilosocrans which dlBoharged a ship
ment of fuel oil hero, arrived at da
vlo(a last Thursday. TI19 Rosocrans
took o nanolhcr cargo of oil and Is
reported as having sailed for the 1st
amis on tho following day.
fTHERE is only, one ,
I 'soap that can be
JL compared with
Ivory Soap, and that is
white Castile Soap.
Very little of it is sold
in this country.
The so-called "Castile"
soap sold by the majority
of drug' stores is not
"Castile" Soap at all; it
is a" cheap and inferior
imitation of a,' meritori
994A$q Per Cent. Pure
When you want to be
-- ... ... ..
nanojea ngnt, pnone your oraer 10 xne
' CITY TRANSFER CO.
Js. .H.Iove. . Phone 102.
DO GV-KTVr . -
Drtying and Exortssl
Wood and Coal Phone,. 888
Q. W. McDongtdL. Prop.
over machine work is thowr!
shirts -and collars laundered by
NIVE llttMnnrr Ttwia ,!..
tal freight will be discharged at this
port from the Pacific -Mali Interme
diate steamer' China. Tlila vpsanl la
due from Hongkong via Japanese ports
on Friday according to the present
calculations ofj H.' Hackfcld and Com
pany her agents. The China booking
10 Hnn tranclsco thus far have been
THE UNITKri" STATK3 nrmv
transnort Thrtmas. frnm ami i.-rnti.
Cisco to Manila. Iish wlrpleKupil t lint.
weather permitting, that vessel will
arrive ar Honolulu on Wednesday
afternoon. The nrmy boat is meet
ing with fine weather. The Thomas
brings the Sixth Infantry to the
WHEN' 128R miles nit Ihn nnrt
and proceeding from San Francisco
en route to the Orient, the PaclP.c
Mall liner Korea has wireless I that
she might he expected to nul-o at
Honolulu at daylight on Wednesday
morning. The steamer Is meeting
with tight northwest winds and
MOST OF TIIR Interlslnml otonninr
leaving for various Island orts during
me past row days have been taking
Filipino laborers (o (ho nl.intntlnnu
The Filipinos arrled hero 'by the SI-
ueria ana aro bolng sent to the oth
er Islands as rapidly as arrangcmciitH
for their transportation can bo made.
MODERATE NOIITJIEAST winds
wero met bv thiTMntinn Vnvii-niion
liner Lurlthe, which (' was reported
800 miles off tho port on Sunday
night. Tho vessel Is bringing two
thousand five hundred tons nf iren-
erol cargo, twenty motor cars nnd
a quantity of mainland mall.
PllltSKij I'uir npy r,r fii !...
Mauna Kea which arrived from Hllo
and way ports reKirls the schooner
Aloha as arriving at Hllo on Monday
with n full shipment of lumber. The
schooner Olympic and tho bark Saint
Kutherlnc were nt tho rallwnv whnrf
THE SAILORS who warn fnrpeil In
leave tho wrecked British bark Alex
ander Black are Btaylng at tho local
seamen's Institute. Tho men urrlved
at Honolulu frnm Mnnl Vrl, !.' it
Is understood that they 'may bo for-
Urnr.ln.1 tn tl.A .mna. ,1.-
of their consul.
NINETEEN DAYS WERE con
sumed by the American schooner'
James Rolnh ill nmklnir Hi a nnrf 'nt
San Francisco nfler leaving. Hqno-
iuiu. ine James Holph discharged
a shlnment nf Inmhor' nt thla mm
and sailed for the Coast on' Decem
SEVENTY CORDS of slabs wn In.
eluded lu the shipment which arrived
irom mho and way polls by tho steam
er Knunl Thla viibuuI tnA win. am.
, ...... ....., ,,,br ...I, vwu'
Biderablo rough weather with a lieuv
Bwii wnicn introased as the vessel
THE FOLLOWING sugar on Kauai
Is reported by Purser Logan of the
Klnau ready for shipment: Mnk.,
10,779 bagst a. & 11.. 8389; V. K.,
Makeo, 4000; k. p., 1681; L., 318C; I
ir.. sir. '
THE MATSO.M Navlsation liner
Enterprise sailed from San Fran
cisco bound for (Hlo o'n January 8, 1
uuuiuiiik iu uuviees receivuu ai tue
THREE THOUSAND five hundred
sacks of Kauai sugar arrived ut Hono
lulu yesterday morning by tho Inter
lajand steamer Klnau from 'tlie Gar
den Island. "'Die shlpmo'nl Includes
350. sacks K. 8. M. nm '31Q0 sacks V.
K, B. sugar.
LESS THAN half th rnhln nnaRnn.
ger accommodation has thus far been
lOKon tip uy Ntliot,o Intondlng lo sail
ui nan rruuciscu uy me Steamer Ala-
MEN'S CLOTHES TO ORDER
English and American Tweeds and' Serges. '
w. w. amina & CO.
69 89, J0a 8 . -. . t . Branches.
SURE to have your
' i Yr
,. . At- '
IUnd Tnasrfer. . ,
??caTttn and Filltm.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
of Hand Work
in the beautiful finish on the
us. Let us prove' it.;
I. ABADIE, Prop.
-Kmodn on next Wednesday. Tho liner
will depart with a fair sized nh In-
1 . .. .1
ment or Hawaiian product and her
freight list will Include among othor
Items 4000 sacks tof sugar, MOO cbsqj
of pineapples, 4000 bunches of bana-
nas, 3000 tacks of coffee, 1000 sacks
of rice and consignments of honey
8ugar shipments arriving at Hono
lulu by the Inter-Inland steamer Klnau
Included 3100 sacks K. K. B. and 3S0
K. S. M. sugars. Tho vessel also
brought from Kauai iorts a lot of
scrap Iron, 71 bales hides, 100 sacks
rlco bran and 85 packages sundries.
Tho Klnau mot with moderate woath
er and light northeast trados.
CATTLE TO tho .number or seventy-six
head have arrived from Hawaii
ports by tho Inter-Island steamer Nil
hau. This essel discharged cargo at
Honokna and Kukulhaelc. Tho steam
er encouniered much rain nnd north
west winds on the outward trip, but
returning 'to Honolulu the weather
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Like
like has orrlyed with 1225 sacks of II
Bligar and 41C0 sacks K sugar. Thf
vessel experienced flno weather on
both the outward as well as tho In
ward trip. The steamer W. G. Hall
was reported at Aliiiklnl discharging
SUGAR MADE ITP tho cargo
brought to Honolulu by tho Inter-Is-nnd
steamer Kcaiihou from Kauai
porta. The vessol brought 2 deck pas
sengers and 3000 sacks H. A. sugir
9S sacks rlco. 20 nacks paddy, 15
SEVEN THOUSAND sacks of 0. &
It. sugar from Maknwoll has arrived
at, tho port by the Inter Island steamer
Hclene. According to tho purser's re
port, thoro are 2590 sacks additional
sugar awnltlng shipment nt tho Kauai
AIT IS REPORTED thot the wreck
of tho British bark Alexander Black
has been sold to J. N. 8. Williams
for $400. Tho vessel Is rapidly being
converted 'into but Utile else save
THE FREIOHT list of the steamer
Mikahala, from Maul and Molokal
ports Included 22 hogs, CO bales hides
and 72 packages sundries. Consider
able rain is reported on tho outward
THE AMERICAN SCHOONER He
leno (rom Port Ludlow with himber
to tho UKOIICV of Allen nn.l llnliliium.
Is reported by cablo aa having Balled
lor Honolulu oif last Thursday.
THE INTERISirAND steamer Maul
was dispatched for a 'number of Ha
waii ports at threo .o'clnek Rinr,i,iv
afternoon. Tho vessol (ook out a gen
eral n.ie or carjo.
ADVICES hao beon received here
to tho effect ( that tho American
Schooner K. K Wniilu 11III in.. 1 ..1.1..
- "r ;' ... iiihii i nn.-
ment nf lumber at GrayH Hurbor, des-
tu u IJUUUnilll,
' ' " M
Sugar awaiting shlprdcnt on Hawaii
according tn tho purser's report from
ihn Mnlinn knn tnAl,..i..i.. , .,,
Ia ' n ... ...,.. vn. viunHea,
iuuy; iiaKaiaii, 5n; also Paatihau, Pu-
THE FUEL piL brought to this port
by ihn American ship 'Kails of Clyde
lias bOOIl illKellilriri.it ...., I ,l.n 1
has departed for Onvlola.
KOTICE TOrARINERS. ' jL
NOTICE TO MARINERS -, HUM
, BOLDT BAY-CALIFORNIA, ft.
Notlco Isjhorcby given that Middle
Ground West End Buoy; a us Second-
Class ItUll Which mnrloi n unit l,i....;..
.. -....- ,,.!. .,:invi7il
the channels going Into North and
aoutn bays, Humboldt Bay, California
has go-ne adrift., It will bo replace I
as Boon as practicable.
L. II, B. List of Buoys, etc., 1908,
Pacific Coast, pago 38.
Sunday, Jriniary 9.
JIaul nnd Mjl'jkal poi t Mthulrila,
stnir., a. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stiiir., n, in.
Ahuklnl Llkellke, Btmr., n. m.
Aliiiklnl lwnlanl, stmr., n, 111.
VE88ELS TO ARRIVE
Seattle and Puget Sound ports
Hyades, M. N. S. S.
Tuesday, January 11.
San Francisco -Mexican. A.-ll. S. S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Manshu
Maru. T.'K. K, 8. 8.
Wednesday, January 12.
Son Francisco Lurllne, M, N. S. S
San Francisco Korea, P. M, S. S,
Kauai ports W. U. Halt, stmr.
Thursday, January 13.
San Francisco Thomas, U. S. A. T.
Maul ports Claudlne, stmr.
fc Friday, January 14.
Hongkong and Japan ports China.
P. M. S. S,
Saturday, January 15.
Hllo via woy ports Mauna Kea
Sunday, January 16.
Kaunt ports Klnau, stmr.
Maui and Molokal ports Mikahala
Wednesday, January 19.
Son Francisco Hllonlau, M. N. S. S
Knual iorts W. (I. llnll stmr.
Thursday, January 20.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Clau.llno
Friday, January 21,
Hongkong and Japnn ports Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8.
Saturday, January 22.
Hllo via way portB Mauna Kea
Sunday, January 23.
China and Japan ports Cleveland
IbA, 8. 3. on criilte.
Tuesday,, January 25.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K
K. 8. 8.
Wednesday, January 26.
Kauai ports W. O. Hill, stinr. '
Thursday, January 27.
Hawaii and Mnul poru Claudlne
Friday, January 28. lt
San FrancisroAlumcda, O, S. 8.
Hongkong and Japan portB Chlyo
Marti, T. K. K. S. 8.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai ports,
Jan( 8. Mrs. F. (I. Douse Muster
Doure. Frank Walpa. T." Illkliln, Mas
ter V. Wright. Thus. Onokea, II. Ml
kl. Claudo Malaul, Mrs. C. M. Cooke
Miss Alice Cooke, Cooke children (2)
Mrs. J. Radwuy, h T, P. Waterhouse
W. F. Martin, C. IL Deverlll. J, P
Cooke, V. Weber, Mr. West, Katherlne
Rcntoh, Wm. Rathman, Mrs. K, O.
Wong. C. K. Henry and wife, John
Fernandez, M, It. Alexander, Henry
Antone, Godfrey Alolau. 'Otto Wlx
Mrs. Christian, W, A., Coney. F. Fer
nandez. J. D. Ncal, Jr., Manupl Me.
deros, H, l.ovell, Miss L. Wobcr, Is
llo Wlshnrd, Douglas Baldwin, Miss 10
Rlco, Miss K. Radway,
Per stmr, Mlkuhnln, fiom Molokal
and Maul ports, Jan, 8. Miss Ellin
Desha, Miss Aair'l-i (j,v HMe 11 iy
May Gay, Lawrence Gay, Ermst !av,
uouaiu nay, Hex Hitchcock, Han
Hitchcock, Wm. Mutch, Edith Kcola
F, B. Slllnock, A. E. Drunno, Wm. Mu
huku, John Moore, Mrs. Maluika, Aug.
itoinniann, c, M. Cooko, Jr., Lee Fy
Otfo Mojer.Jr., Mrs. Ella Kaal, Wm.
Cuhlll Jr., Lucy Dudolt, Mrs. II. O.
Clark, Geo, Kcklpl.
IPer O. 8. 8. Alameda for1 San Fran-
clsto Jan. 12. Mrs. K. Angolo, J. L
Burgess, K. W. Butgess, A. H. Gor
don, Mrs. Gordon. Mrs. K. A. Kenton
Mr1, and Mrs. Korshnor, Mrs, J. S.
Young, Miss E. 8. Spencor. Mr, and
Mis. G. W. Brown. C. P. Wiirts II.
Kindt, Tbeo. II. Jameson, Miss Ooso.
Mrs. Slovln, Mrs, Martin, Martin
AbcIi, Mrs. O. Holmes, . Lang, M.
M. Lnughlln, C. A. Vnncc, I Schweit
zer, O. Usborn, Dr. L. L. Sexlot).
Per steamer Mauna Kea for Hllo
and way porta, Jan. It. A. Jonoa,
C, G. Dnrtlett, I), H. Davis, C, Wal
lers, .MrB. John Hind.. Mrs. Geo. Ren
ton. M. Af. nrnhnni T firm- a...
JohiiBon. J. J. Belsor, J. II .Rlco, Mrs
Rlco, J. L. Rlco, H. D. Rice, M. Onl
bralth. W. H. Armstrong, Mrs. Ann
Btrong. Mrs. PhlllpH. Miss McLean, L
Ah On, ll. Fogg, Mis. Fogg, Z. Cueb
Ing.'MIss E. Croll, Miss II. Mnckuy
W. McCallum, J. D. Ruddy.
Per Btmr Klnau fo"r Kuiinl ports. Jim
11. Mury Cook, Mrs, L, A. Sleo'l. A.
F, Knudsen, Mrs. Knudsen, Miss Ruth
Kuudsen, D, G, May.
Per P, M. S. 8. Koiea for Hongkong
via Japan ports. Jan. 13. N. A. Staf
ford, Mrs. 8tulTord, O, E. Ncsom Mrs
Nesom, E. Bleau,
Per sfmr, Mauna Ixia for Kona and
Kou ports. Jan. J8.-Judgo Knuliikou
Mrs. Knuliikou. Miss Ooddlngs, Miss
Hodden, ' '
NOTICE TO M.illNBHS-I)UHimY
Notice Is heieby given that Diixbnry
Reef Whistling Buoyt placed 1 7-8
miles SSE 1-4 C from Duxbury Point
entrancu to San Francisco Day, Cali
fornia, heretofore reported, not Bound
ing, has heon ropolrod.
VE8SEL8 TO DEPART
San FrnncUco It. P. Rlthot, Am.
bk p. m.
Knual ports Noeau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Hnwall ports Maul, stmr, p. in'.
Tuesday, January 11. j.
Mnul nnd Mdtokal ports Mlkah"la. '
mrr., 6 p. m. ,
South American ports Mitnthu
Maru. T. K. K, 8. 8.
Knual ports Klnau, stmr, ft p 'm.
Hllo and way ports Mu.iua K1:...
Mahukiina and Knwalhac Iwalanl,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Honokaa 'and Kukulliaele Nlllnu,
stmr., 5 p. m,
Wednesday, January 12.
Snn Francisco Alameda, O. 8, 8 , 10
Thursday, January 13,
Japan ports and Hongkong Korea,
P. M. S. 8., p. m.
Manila via Guam Thomas. U. 8. .
A, T. ,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, January 14.
San FrnncUco China, P. M. S. S.
Mnul and Iluwall portr Claudlne,
Tuesday, January 18,
Hllo ami way ports Mnuua Kea,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr, G p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mikahala,
Thursday, January 20.
Knual pons W. O. Hall, stmr.
Prlday, January 21,
San Frauclkco Manchuria, P. M.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Tuesday, January 25.
San Francisco Hllotilan,' M. N. 8. S.
Jnpan ports and Hongkong Nippon
Maru. T. K. K. 8. 8.
Thursday, January 27, "
Knual porta W, a. Hnll stmr.
Friday, January 23, '
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Clau.llne,
San Francisco Chlyo Maru. T. K.
K. 8. S. . '
Monday, January 31,
Japan jiorls'nud Hongkong Siberia
P. M. S. 8.
Malls nre nun nt iTnnAit.i.i r
K)lns a follows:
Snn Krnnclt.cn Per Korea, Jan. 12,
Vokohamn Per Chlnii, Jan. 14 ' ,
VullCfimer Inr Mnmn r-.,lr r.
Colonies Per Mnkurii, Feb. 1. '
mans win nepart ror tho following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, Jan. 12.
Yokohama Per Korea, Jan. 13.
Colonies Per Monna, Fob 5.
Vancouver Per Makura. Full. 1.
"F TRAN8PORT 8ERVICE.
Buford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu, Oct, 16.
Dlx, from Honolulu for Mnnlla. Dec 7
Logan, arrived Manila, Jan. 3,
Thomas, sailed from San Francisco
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San
iiuiviDw, jun, 1.
1 IN FOREIGN PORT t
Monday, January 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Afrlvod Jan. 9:
Schr. Jaa. Rolph, licnco Doc 20 , '
SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed Jan. 8; .'
S. S. Enterprise. forjHIlo
o .H'. 8 ' Now 0rlcn"',. 'or Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-ArrJvod, Jnn 10
U 8 8. New prleans, from sen.
PORTLAND-Arrived Jnn. 9;
8. 8. Solja, henco Dec. 30
PORT TOWNSICND-Arrlvod Jan. 9:
Schr. Kona. from Hllo. Dec. 22
Schr. Dauntless, henco Dee 14
PORT TO WNSEND-A, rived Dec. 10;
bchr. I(ober( Lowers, henco Dec 17
POKER PLAYERS .PINCHED.
A half dozen Jnpanoso gentlemen,
all 1110.0 or less well known In local
business circles; wero gathered In by
be, poiu-e lato last night while Indulg
ing In the BeJuctlvo ganio of 'Nlppo,,.
Tlietr tiitiind . .. . . -
, " " caneu ucroro
Judge Andrndo this morning but 'tho
Bllenco following tho roll call waa Buf.
nel(nftv .!,. ... 1
cane-knife. Tim ,.vii rA.tu..., t...
UlO IllliOHIlt of I0,S
"SIGHTLESS PIQ" C0RRALED.
A(tOrnO'T.Pfiti Rlrnxa Its ... .
"g "Phoney" Davis, who Is alleged
by the nolfi-H nutborltlnii.nu n,,;i,..
er of a "sightless pig." or bottor
UlUIWn o .. ...m ...1 . .'
" iiiwiro wimro gnrnulliiK
'uul tho unlawful sale of tfiilrljucmH
Davis was placed under nrrost Inst
night, by oHlcers who raided hlsabodo
near the corner nf him..,...!.. ....
n... . i c ... i'i"iiw anil
Queen sdcefs. Six Amerkuus, who
gave names of James llari, j. n.
lyuuurs, r, jonnbon, J, 1,-rye
Mitchell and J. Mm,i,,.l. ...;, .'. . '
, . ., -mum, luiieu iu
lespond to the lullcull befoie Judgo
nuuicn hub moiuiiig and thoiefore
foi felted ton dollmu ns ball. Davis
will be tried for maintaining u blind
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