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gygWINQ BTJLLBTTN. HONOLTJLP, T. It., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 1910
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific First Dcnree.
Honolulu Commandery Instal-
Hawaiian, Pacific, Oceanic
Lodge Scclal Meeting.
All Isltlng members of the
Order nre cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other a..
BENEFICIAL ASS1SIA1I0N. elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 lu I. O. 0. T. Hall, Tort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. D. Wlcko, N. 0.
All visiting brothers ery c6i'dlally
QAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of p.
Meets every flrst and, third Frl
flay oveutng at 7:30 la k. of P. Hall,
corner Fort aryl acretaula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. R. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING, K. n. S.
jit. HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, II. P. O.
tilts, meets in their ball, on King
Street, near Tort, ovory rrlday even,
lug. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend. V
i. E. A. DOUTHITT, E. H.
' II. 0. EA3TON. Boc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every nrst and third Thurs
flajB of eachmonth at Knights of
Pythlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
f L. A. PEnilY. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of 11.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hall, corner
Bcrotanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. . W. M. McCOY, W. Pres.
H. T. MOOItB, Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets cvory 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In Itf of p.
,Hnll, cor. Tort and Ucrotnnla. Vlslt
iiijc brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. P. M. McOnEW, C. 0.
E. A. JACODSON, K. B. S.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
' Business Suits for $25.
White River Flour
C. J, DAY, and LEWIS & CO.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
,,' CONTRACTOR and TtUIMER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 121
King St.; P, 0. Box 911
" IS.: editorial rooms "rifi bu.7
ft? 'nrts office. Tliess are the telnphoni
lumbers of the Dulletln office.
IIIERE was a time
ers felt it neces
sary to keep half a dozen
different kinds of soap
But tliat was before
Ivory Soap was made.
Such a thing is no
longer necessary; or de
sirable. For the bath, for tho
toilet, for fine laundry
purposes, Ivory Soap an
swers every requirement
994($o Per Cent. Pure
Kentucky' moat fa.
rnous and best; the
World's most famons
and best; the whiskey
that has girdled the
Globe. Sold by 1"
W. C. Peacock'
& Co., Ltd.,
For Good Furniture
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSION BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 107.
Dr. J. It Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours Frcm 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 1460,
MRS. 7. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style,
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Removed from 727 King St.
1113 Kinau St.
Phone 1428 ,
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Oddi Fellows' Bldg. Fort St,
Miss Kate Wooilard
1141 Fort Street
md cloth of A-l quality can b pur
e. 0. Box 901. ' Telephone fSL
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pad fer'ule
t the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n offlcV f er five cents,
is one inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for
Automobiles $4 tier hour. Phone 6.
Cat) and Bee Mlko Patim at the En
core. Telephone G03 to have Laundry
called for ami delivered quick,
Physical culture and massage given
by Prof, llaron, 61, 62 Young Hotel.
Automobiles hark ratos. Empire
stai.d. Phono 213. Hethcl and Hotel.
Mrs. Harriet Evans Is spending
week's vacation at tho Merrill Villi
In Palolo Valloy.
Effectlvo worker la tho early
church work will bo the subject for
study at tho Central Union church
mldwoek meeting this evening,
Tho Hawaii Promotion Cominlttco
will hold their regular weekly meeting
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Ordin
ary routine work will be taken up.
The cast- of Lionel Mathews against
Daniel Twtcdio, In connection with
the sale of a moving picture show on
Pauahl strcot, Is on trial In the Dis
Tho trustees of llip Honolulu Cham-
nor or 'ootnmorco Will hold their
ninthly meeting this afternoon at 3
o clock when the ordinary routine bus
iness will ho taken up.
It U posjlblo that one of the larg
est torpedo storngo statlous in -tho
world will bo located nt Pearl Har
bor. The Navy Department has the
question for an appropriation for the
same up before the present Congress.
The discharge of tho four Chinese
who were up for Rambling In the
cemetery docs tint sooni to be an end
of tho ca no. The jury In Judgo Do
Ilolt'H court did not place much faith
In the stories of the witnesses aealust
the Chinese, and It U possible that
charges of perjury may bo brought
A public meeting will be held In
tho tin lino room at tho Canltol at I
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, nt which
tho subject of tuberculosis will be up
for discussion. Tho meeting will be
under tho Allspices of tho Hoard of
Health. Tho meeting will bo open
lu all speakers who may havo an J -thing
to say on the subject ln-hanl.
Ikinuniitu of wash goods on sale at
Whitney . March's next Monday.
Whitney ft' Marsh announce that
their annual remnant salo will begin
next Monday, tho 17th.
New shipment of "IJce" brand cc
Ion tea packed in Uttlo gunny sveks.
Henry May ft Co. Phono 22.
You need not get a skate on It jou
call at tho Orphcuni saloon and take a
glance' at Pearj's skates. Fort strcu
The Wireless affords means of In
stant communication with tho other
Islands and )ou will find It tho most
satisfactory wuy of communlcatlug
w'th your friends and business asso
ciates. Tho W. W Wright Co, Ltd., arc
specialists In automobile repairing and
painting. Thoy will upholster your
machine, build you a top that will fit
and wear and put on tonncau or rum
ble scats. ,
Tour and one hull per ccn. com
pounded semi annually Is tho' rato of
Interest paid by tho Dank of Hawaii,
Ltd., on Its paving deposits. Open an
account today 'and make your money
work for you
Ilivo jou oi cr worn a Nemo corset?
It Is tho most popular corset of the
day and has tho most beautiful lines
as vcjl as perfect fltttng qualities. A
new assortment now on exhibition at
Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Prescrvo jour books from tho rav
ages of cockroaches, uud, at tho same
time add to the ,beauty of jour home
by using Macey Sectlonnl bookcases,'
Macey comes in handsomer woods and
moro beautiful designs than any other
make, II. Hackfcld ft Co. agents.
A Good Investment
The Templar Ranch Oil Co. with
COO ncres oil land, 'flowing oil wells
and all Its reservoirs filled with
hlgh-grado oil In the Tcmplor dis
trict, Kern Co , Cal , will soon com
plete Its tbreo-mlfo gravity delivery,
pipe lino. ,
This 01) Company Is at present
like a plantation with tons arid tons
of sugar on hand, ready to bo shipped
on tho Incoming steamer, i
An ublo management, almost a
squnro inllo of 'proven oil (and, cheap
transportation of ol, high prices
with steadily. Increasing demand for
ell, wl mako thli Company an early
dividend payer, and for that reason
the stock of this Tcmpor Ranch Oil
Cp. Is recqmmendcd as a GOOD IN
VESTMENT by tho Lincoln Mort-
cagn & j,(mn Co. of San FraaclBco.
capitalization is 11,000,000, di
vided into shares of Si. 00 each, l
have a smail block of them for sale
at 30c whllo thoy Inst, Hpctirn thorn
P. H. It, flTRAUCH,
74 9. King 8t.
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone vour order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Drtyfim tad Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
0. W. McDougall Prop.
LAUPAllOHHOE was omitted as u
port of call by the Inter-Island steamer
Claudlno on her last trip to -Hawaii
ports owing to tho rough weather
along that portion of the coist., The
stoamor arrived at Honolulu this morn
ing with twenty saloon end fifty deck
passengers. The freight list Included
44 sacks paddy. 61 sacks corn, 220 bugs
sugar,, 1 horso and 28 hogs. Tho ,vos-
sel met with northerly wnd and swells
throughout the round trip. All Ha
waii mall wi slandcd at Hllo.
THURSDAY MORNINO at daj light
Is tho time set for tho c. rival of the
Pacific Mall liner Koicn Horn San
frar Cisco. Tho Korci Is steaming
from San Kranelsco with a number of j
passengers tor tins port, ine vcksci
has beOn meeting with cloudy weather,
light easterly winds and swells. II.
Harkfeld ft Co, tho local agents for
tho liner, expect to dispatch tho Ko
rea for Japon ports, and Manila op
TitK SEAGOING ttis Intrepid
salted for KnauipnH and Mahukona
this afternoon taking in tow tho Am
erican bark Nuuanu and tho S. G.
Wilder. Tho Ntiunnu will tako on n
full shipment of sugar at Kaanip.il!
destined fbi New York, while tho Wil
der will dlschargo a portion of her
San Francisco c-trg? at Mnhukona.
TIIHITY-FIVE DAYS was consumed
In the voyuKO of tho American schoon
er Allco Cooko from Honolulu to Poit
Ludlow. Tli a vessel discharged n
shipment of lumber' nt (his pert ond
was dispatched for the northwest coaat
port on December 11, The Allco Cooku
arrived nt Port Ludlow on Januaij 11
according to u cable received here.
ADOUT FORTY-FIVE hundred sacks
of sugnr was Included In tho inward
freight list of tho Intcrlsland steamer
W. O. Hall, wlitchj arrived from Kauil
ports this niornlnki. In addition to this
forty sacks of tnro and sundries ni,
rived. Tho Hall met with rainy weath
er on both outward and Inward trips'
IN ALL PROBABILITY the Pacific
Mull liner Koica, due to arrive from
San Francisco early tomorrow morn
ing, will bo dispatched for .lnpanes.
ports and Manila at 4 o'clock the same
daj Tho Koica Ms bringing only a
small cargo. Several lajovcr passen
gers will sail by the vcarel.
IT IS KXPECTKD that the Pacific
Mall liner China, duo to arrive here
from Hongkong and Japan ports on
Friday morning, will be dispatched for
San Francisco tho same dav, Tb
China Is bringing about nlno hundred
tons of oriental cargo for tlhs port.
IIII.O SHIPPING, according to a re
port from Purser Klbllng of the steam
er Claudlno, Includes tho barks St.
Francis and Olympic and schooner
Aohii, discharging cargoes. Tho Mu
kawcll Is nt Kahulul unloading freight
brought down from the mainland.
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting shipment,
accordng to a report fiom tho officers
of the steamer W. G. Hall, Includes
the following: M. A. K 13,420; G. ft
R..4910; V. K., 600; K. K. B., 1350;
McB., 14 332; K. S. O., D885; H. P.
1430; II. M 074; 1 P., 7Q0.
THE INTER-I8LAND stoamor Ifol
cue is bchcduleil to sail for Kukatau,
Laupahochoe, Ookala and ports at S
o'clock this afternoon. Tho vessel 'la
taking out gonoral lines of cargo for
THE TRANSPORT Thomas will go
fo the Oceanic wharf upon her arrival
from San Francisco this afternoon. The
Thomas Is expected will be dispatched
for Manila tomorrow about noon,
THE AMERICAN schoonor Carrier
Dove, whlrh urrlvcd hero on January
1th from Gray's Harbor with a ship
ment of lumber. Is discharging at tho
Allen & Robinson wharf, '
FIFTEEN HUNDRED sacks of
Kauai HUgar had already been loaded
Into tliij' steamer Llkellko at Anahola
when Iho steamer W. O. Hall left that
port for Honolulu.
It you want, a good Job, done on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage. Mfg Co., 427 Queen Bt I
,r .EVERY DETAIL PERFECT
The care exercised in every detail of the making insures the per
manency of style and fit of the clothes we make.
W. W. AHAINA sS: CO.
02 So. King St.
Island Transfer. ,
Vineyard St., Km of Nuuann Stream
(Continued from1 Page 1.)
Dark tlrahnfa, F, Santos, one second.
Dark Urahnia, Vincent 1'uinandcz,
I)i own Logh'iii, It. C W-'obn, Iwn
White Leghorn, R. C. llrown, ono
White Leghorn, Mrs
three seconds. .
E. P. Shaw,
White Leghorn, W. C. Wcoilon, one
Huff Lcghorn( Charles Wagner, two
Black Minorca, J, II. Oral)., one sec
White Minorca, W. p. Wtoilon, two
Blue AndaluMan, A. N Campbell,
Sliver Grey Dorking, W C. Wcodon,
Buff Orpington, J. F. G
Whlto Orpington. W. C.
White Leghorn, W. C. Weedon, ono
While Leghorn, Mrs. S. P. Shaw
Huff Leghorn, A. tj. Campbell, pfto
Buff Leghorn,' Chin lea Wagner, one
Black MInoici, W. C. Wccdonono
Black Mlnoica, V. C. Athcrton, ono
Whlto Minorca, W. C. Wcodon, ono
nnff Orpington, .1,
A. N.. Campbell,
F. G. Stokes, twn
W. C. Wecdon,
.Bdrred P mouth Rock, J. If. Love,
Barrel Plj mouth Rock, John aulld
uarrcil Plj mouth Rock, 1'. C. Allien
tone, ono third. .
Whllo Plymouth Rook, 0. B. 'High
Huff Wyandotte, B. P. Bearduiorc.
Dark Brahma, -Frank Santos,
Whlto Lcshorn, W. C. Wecdon, two
wimo i.cgnorn, Mrs. 8. P. Shaw,
Whlto Plymouth Rock, C. n. High
two fourth prizes.
White Leghorn, R. C. Brown, two
Whlto. Leghorn, Mrs. S. P. Shaw
ono fourth prize.
Buff Leshorn,.A. N. Crmpbcll, two
iiiacK Minorca, W. C. Wecdon. ono
lourtn prize. '
Whlto Minorca, John aulld.
Barred Plymouth Rock, O. Montnguo
i'miko. ono nrtii piiro.
Whlto Plymouth Rock, Jos. Tarring,
ton. one fifth prize.
White Leghorn. Mrs, 8. P. Show,
four fifth prizes.
Ruff Leghorn, Charles 'Wagner, ono
Dack Minorca, J. H. Craig, ono fifth
Whlto .Minorca, John aulld, one fifth
Tho names of tho winners of the
Japancso gamo 'birds now on iexhtli.
tlon at tho poultry show aro as fol-
Japancso Game, J, Amorln," two first
Japaueso Oamo, J. H. Cnmmlngs,
one first prlzo.
Shamo Jnpanono Game, Harold Jolts
two first prizes.
Rlack Shamo Japanese Gamo E J
Grnv, one flrst prlzo.
Pit Game, N. f. Scanlon. ono flist
Pit AbcoI. o. Do Freest, ono second
Pit Oamo, O. s. Curry; one second
Japanese Came, J. H. Cuiumlngs
ono second prlzo.,. '
Japancso Oamc, J. Amorln, ono sec
Japancso Oamo, Manuel Caniaru ono
Eccond prlzo, '
Shamo Japancso Oam,e, Harold
Jeffs, one second prlzo,
Black Shamo Japanese Oalno, n J
Gay, one t,rcond prlzo. ' '
Black Red Shamo Japanese Game,
B. J. Gay, ono flrst prize.
Japancso Game, J. It. Cnmmlngs,
ono third piizc.
Japanese Game, Manuel Cumara
ono thlid prize.
Shamo Japanese Game, Unroll
Jeffs, ono ttrtrd prize.
Shnmo Jarancso Game, Harold Jeffs
mlo fourth prize.
Shamo Jainncso Game, Harold Jeffs,
ono flflh prize,
W. C. Wecdon, who has captmed a
nninbcr of the prizes at tho fifth niv
mini jioultry show, Is tho veteran poul
try breeder of the Hawaiian Islands,
Forty years ago ho purchased from
Irn Richardson tho Sacramento prlzu
winning trio of white faced black
Spanish, pajlng for tho birds whnt
was then considered a fabulous prlco,
viz, $11. Two weeks after receiving
these birds ho had tho misfortune to
havo the cncktel stolen. But nothing
daunted, ho later Introduced more
high priced birds Into these Islands.
Prof. B. C, I'oitcr hat nwrly llu
Ishcd Judging the largo limnbtfi .l
birds on exhibition nt tiv fifth nnnuj
poultry show, now open to tho publlo
In tho N. 0 It. nrniniv cm Miller
street.' Tho coops nro Jl lltltil mil
with the addition of bumliu and f-Oine
flno exhibits of patholnijlral sreel
ments, a col'ectlon of eutumoUislcal
specimens and somo fine photoguih1;
from tho Board of Agriculture and For
estry, tho nrmory has taken on the ap
pearance of a thoroughly up-to-date
In addition to the hundieds of coop
of birds, nil tho modern iippllancct fr.i
the successful raising of rhlckcns ami
poultry of ovory kind nro arrange,!
around the room In the form of booth?,
Thcie aro Incubators In full blast, fits
tor-mothers with broods of llttlo chick
ens, all kinds of feeding a id watering
troughs, wire mesh nnfl samples of the
different kinds of fooo n.iltablc for lh"
various breeds and seasumt of the jear.
It Is ndvlsable to be provided with
sound mufflers as a batch of jouns
guinea fowls hivu been coorcd and
mako their presence felt almost everj
minute of the day. As rich rooster
seems bent unoti outrronlng tho cf.
forts' of tho others, tho noise can the
better be Imagined,
By special Invitation tbo Boird rl
AgiicultureNand I'oicbtry have on ex
hlbltion n splendid colfeoUi.ii of pho
tographs of Hawaiian grown eucilyp
tus. The Division of Entomology i
exhibiting a number of cases filled
with tho useful and Injurious insectr
of tho Territory. Tho Hawaii Cotfor
growers' association hava a I irg9 pah
tuet filled with Island grown lotton
tho exhibit including such well hftown
varieties as Upland, Egyptian, Carn
von lea. Sea I Blind and Chlncso "Flro '
A pathological collection, includlh;
specimens of glanders. tubercu'oBls
hcartworm. etc.. In air-tight bottles
will prove of much interest to visitors
All theso extra exhibits aro on Hit
right of tlio nrmorj'. In mid I lion there
Is an exhibition of wafting by ap
proich and by Inarching. Those In.
ciuuo illustrations ror removing a
graft from a cholco variety to a ratted
seedling; grafting a cholco variety on
an established root ajstcm; uud n
method for giving a now root rystcm
to a stunted tree by planting a sood
near-by and Inarching tho. seedling.
J. J. Green, secretary of tho jioultry
snow association. Is busy preparing
nia list of entries for publication and
expects ttf hnvo It In book form this
afternoon.,; From present Indication
mo show will be a record breaker, and
us exiru oiectilc lights havo been In
stalled tho'publlo'wlll be. able to view
tho birds until 9 o'clock each night.
(Continued from Page 1.)
rived at Los Angoles, declared today
that "CurtlSs will he-nrniinrml tn w.
tain his title of champion aviator of
mo world, no matter how sensational
tho feats of his rivals may be."
Fanclulll's duc!nrntlnn nm (!,,
hero to bo n den to Louis Paullmn,
me trench aviator who said Just be
fore he left Now York for Hall for.
nla that ho expected to capturo the
Kruno prize at tue aviation meet,
here, for France.
This llldlcatCH that thn met nrnli.
ably will bocoino a spirited contest
or i ranee vb. America.
Iunclulll etatod thnt Cnrtlm, wi.i
fly In Ills elKllt-CVlllldflr uernnlnnn In
which he won tho Rhelms grand
prlzo tests. For endurance and alti
tude, tho American will i i.i.
Piano caulpiicd with n foiir.evllmini-
Another American who ennriam.ii
hlmsolt as anxious to contest against
t'aulhun is Char es Wlllard. wh,v ,,,.
plojs u Curtlus ueropluno In -his
flights. Ho doclarcd vehemently
that, no matter how lilch thn nihi-
fellows fly, that ho will top his high-
I ARRIVED 7
WudncBday, Jantmiy 12.
San Francisco Lurllne. Jl. M. h r
8 a. in. '
Kutiul ports K. (I. Hull, htmr., a. in.
Wednesday, January 12.
San Francisco Alnuiodn. n a a
10 am. ' '
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Per U. S. A. T. Thomns, .from San
Francisco. To Honolulu: Lfsut.-Col.
C. G. Woodward, Inspector-general or
this department. Through) MJ
John II. Beacon, Sixth Inraiiti.v;
MnJ. and Mis. J. C. Waterman and'
child, MnJ. and Mrs. J. A. ItHndolpn
and dnughtci, Ma. Julius A Pcnn,
Capt. and Mrs. J. L. Htlics mid tw.
chlldicti, Capt. and Mrs. U.-Ander-son,
Capt. W. II, Simons, Capt. una
Mrs. S. J. .11. Schlndcl nnd son, Capt,
and Mrs. J, M. Moo?o nnd two chil
dren, Capt. D. W. Itythor and two
sons. Capt. nnd Mrs. II. C. Ilonnj
castle and two children, Capt, and
Mis. I. L. Hunt and two children,
Cnpt. F. it. do Funlak, Cnpt D. J.
Moynlhan, Capt. Harry McEldcrry,
Lieut. W. G. rielschhauer, Lieut. nd
Mis. E. It. Agncw, Lieut, and Afr8
C. M. Gordon and two children,
Lieut. J. H. Page Jr., Lieut, ana
Mrs. D. C. Anderson, Lieut, and Mrs.
II. G. Davids, Lieut. 0, W. England,
Lieut. K. T. Smith, Lieut. It. Glade,
Lieut, and Mrs. L. II. Cook and
child, Miss Pcarl.MltchclI, Lieut. W.
I Conway, Lieut, and Mrs. R. Wcth-
erlll and child, Lieut, and Mrs. A. F.
Dannenmlller and child, Lieut, and
Mrs. J, It. McOlnncs and child, Lieut.
11. Lemon, Lieut. W. M. Archer,
Lieut, and Mrs. E. Wilson nnd rhltd,
Lieut, and Mrs. It. r. Phillips,
Lieut. M. E. Sllncy, Lieut, nnd Mrs.
W. R. Door, Lieut. l S. Wilght.
Lieut, nnd Mrs. 0. A. Trcuholtz,
Lieut. L. R. Dunbar, Lieut, and Mrs.
A. D. Davis and child. Ltotit. 0. 1".
Hennlng, Lieut, nnd Mrs. K. S. Ore?
ory nnd two children, Lieut, and
Mis. J. D. Elliott, Lieut. 1. 11. Bag
by, Lieut, and Mrs. 1'. W, 1 -
Lieut. W. F. I Simpson, Lieut, and
Mrs. 11. Itawlcy nnd child, Lieut, nnd
Mrs. D. T. C. Grubbs and .child,
Lieut, and Mrs. B. W. Field nnd
child, Lieut. J. W. Simons Jr., Lieut,
it. II. Wills Ji.. Lieut, and Mrs. C.
W. Elliott. Lieut. T. S. Ilovvon, Lieut.
W. T. Simpson, Lieut. It. C. Diuo,
,VctoilnarlJii and Mrs. T. T. Edwards
and two children, E A. Bobbins, Mr.
and Mrs. W. I1. A. T. von Hnrtung,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. G. Kcarns, Miss O.
A. lloppci nnd Mary V. MpVnn,
Ami) Nuito Corps; 0. D. Lolscnrlng,
Mis. S. A. Roberts, Mrs. L. M. Uath
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno, from San
Tranclsco, Jan. 12. Mrs. N. D. As
dell, MrB. J. W. McGnlro, Mrs. V. L.
Toiinoj', Muster nTcuncj . Mrs. C. 0.
Muraikj', Mrs. 0. P. CaMlo, Mlssct
Caftlo, Mrs. A. L. Canton, Mrs. C. B.
Itlplty, W. P. Johnson,- F. I). Crcedon,
Mm.-A. M. Alexander, Mrs. I. II
Lewis. Mrs. M. IT. Smith. M. C. Mc
Gurry, Miss Kclley, Mrs. J. A. Noble.
C. H. McCloud, T. 1 Mejcrs, C. F,
Rtni-hart, F. Alexander, C. I'lnlton, C.
B. Haydcn, T. 11. HlIiIo. For Kahulul:
II. M. Aloxandrr, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs.
N, I'. Mossman, Miss U. Aten, T.
Pratt, Miss A. Wallers.
Per stmr, Claudlno, from Hawaii and
.Maul ports. C. E. Tupper, Mrs. Marks,
Miss E. Chalmers, W. M. McQiuld,
Miss M. Hong, Miss R. Copp, Mrs. J.
Smythe, Mrs. Geo. Paly, Miss Mote- .
ci nns, Miss D. Engle, Mlsu M. Taylor,
W. 0. Chalmers.' Miss O. Mason, T, A.
Birmingham, Father Maurus, Wm.
Robb, E. J. I-ord.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports. W. A. Kluney, It. A. Kcarns,
Mm. Kahana, 62 deck:
Per O. 8. 8. AUmcd i for San Fran
Cisco Jan.' 12. Mrs. K. Augclo. J. L.
Burgess, E W. Burgess, A. II. Gor
don, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. K. A. Ronton,
Mr. and Mrs. Kershner, Mrs. J. S.
Young, Miss E. Spencer. C. P. Wurts
and wife, W. C, Pomeroy, S. W, Kindt,
fhco, K. Jamlobon, II. J, Walker. MIbs
A. Johnson, C. A. Vance nnd wife.
Miss L. Marclo, Martin Asch, O.
Holme, M. Long, Mt McLoughlln, Gor
don Utborne. Dr. L. 1. Rrtnn a n
Guirey, Mrs. Slav In, Mis. Martin, Mrs.
urosa, .Miss Gross.
Per stmr. Klnau for irmmi nri.
Jan. 11. Miss Rico, Mrs. Cook, Mrs!
i.. c. sieei. ji. Blrdsejo, Mrs. Birds
eje, H. L. McDonald. A I. i,-,mi a
J. Ogle, "J. s. Linn W, H, narrlnger",
r. wuipa, airs, wnlpa, F, Wober. A.
F, KnuiUen, Mrs. Knudscn, Miss
Knudsen. II. M. r.Mtft n n .. .
Bailham, 8. W. Damon. M. Richards,
Mrs. V. o. Dou'so, Chuns Deem, Ah
PCr M. N. R R I l.rllnn r... ..
---.- -.... .g, ,w, anil
Francisco, Jan. 19, Mrs. J. W. Kersh
ner. Mis. Kill,, nnin, m. o,..,,.
. . ...,.w.., ,IBO cumuli
AiimwaU, Mrs. Fauny Krauso, C. P.
Win is, Mis. A. F. Cooko, Mrs. T, Oj -I'cpps.
N. M. Lewis, Mrs. J.o.vlu, Chas..
Vv"'' "1UH. W, e. J. Shavv.
IN FOHEIQN PORTS
Wednesday. J.n iq
MANILAAnlved Jan. 8:
U, 8 A. T, Logan, henco Dec. lu
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 2i;
8. S. Mitnrlnii-hr f- ir....i.....
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan I'
ll. R A T l,..l,l.,.. I...1... . I '
ni.. .... ' """"""". iiunco jan. p.
BAN KRANCI8CO Siillt-,1 Jan. 12:
tiMi'..-. !'""nm"' !'00. fT Honolulu.
WIRLLEas-JJ. S. A. T, Tl,W,as will
"i 1' iiunqiiuii mis 3 p. m.
8. 8. Krtroa. fmm a. i..'.,..i
, b III arrive, tomorrow nt,,da)ght.
T"For 8sls" cards at Hullstln.