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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN, H0NOLUL0, T. H., THURSDAY. JAN. 13, 1910.
Hswallai. Third Degree.
Pacific First Dearee.
Honolulu Comniandery Inslal
Hawaiian, Pacllle, Oceanic
Lodges Social Meeting.
All visiting numbers of ttio
Order nio cordially Invited to
attend inK'tlngs uf local lodges
Meet on the
Snd and 4th
at K. T. Hall
7:30 P. M
MARINE ENGINEERS' othtv Auo
BENEFICIAL ASSn?IATION. elation cor
HARMONY LODGLNo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mundsy evening at
7:30 In 1. (). 0. 1'. Hall. Tort Street.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
1 I). WUlic, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cocdlally
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets nvery llrat nnd third FrI
Bay evcilng at 7-30 In IC. nt I'. Hall,
corner Furl uud lluieiuulu. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r. it. Nuai:NT. c. a
It. GOSLINO, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01 C, II. 1. O.
f.UiB, moits In their hall, uu King
Street, near l"ort. every Filday oven,
lug. Visiting llrotliera uro cordially
Invllod to attend.
U. A. DOUTIHTT. 13. H,
I II. C. EASTON. Soc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R.'M.
MeotH every first and third Thurs
Hays of each month nt Knights of
I'ythlOH Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tilally lnvltcl to nttend.
I.. A". PEIlllY, Sachem.
i:. V. TODD, C. of u. ,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cv iilugi of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, corner
Ileretanla and Fort BticetB.
Visiting Eagles urn Invlleil to nt
tend, ' W It RILEY, V I'.
W.M C McCOY, Sec
1 V ;
Win. M'KIHLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 1th Siturday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock In IC. of 1'.
Hall, cor. Tort and Derotaiiln. Visit
lug brothers rnrdlnlly Itnltcd to at
tend. I'. M. McOKEW. C. 0.
13. A. JACOD30N, IC. It. B.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO, A. MARTIN,
I FASHIONABLE TAILOR. '
' Business Suits for $25.
White River Flour
0. J, DAY nnd LEWIS & CO,
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
' BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexnnder Young Bldg.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PLUMBINO and PA1NTINU.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co,, 221
King St. J P. 0. Box 914
185 editorial ruunm 25(5 bus.
neis'offlce. These are the telephone
rumbers pf the Bulletin office.
For Good Furniture
1123 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BERT HOliE-MADE BREAD IN
Kin? up 197.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakca St . Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours Frcm 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office. 500. Residence, 1460.
ON SALE AT
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style,
Fort and Bcretania Sts.
New Shipment of
"Bee" Brand Ceylon Tea
Packed in little gunny sacks.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
md cloth of A-l qnality can fce par
'. 0 Box 801 Teleohone Ml
Come and' learn rarticnlan at
rOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Bcretania St.. Opp. Sachs'.
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Was opened With the New Year,
and all are invited to inspect our
goods. Family trade solicited,
THOS. F. MCTIGHE & CO.,
101.105 King and Maunakea.
Phone 140. Po. 0. Box 755
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
WING CHONG CO
XING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Deafer in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
UISSION FHNIIUBE JA T
FANCY DRY GdODS
Wah Yini Chong, Co.,
Kins St., Ewa Fish Market.
fo? Rifts at i
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St.. Between King and Hotel.
HuliUin Htmnesr OHice Phone 2M
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189..
.LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for? tale
at the B u I f 1 1 n office for five eentei
It one Inch thick, made up of two nun
dred eheete of good paper. Six for
Automobiles 4 per hour. Phone C.
Call and see Mlko Paton at the En
core. ' ' ,
Telephone 503 to have Laundry
called for and delhcred quick,
j Physical culture and massage given
by Prof, Baron, 51, SZ Voting Hotel.
'Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone'213. Bethel and Hotet
If j on want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co . 427 Queen Stl
The business of H. John Pottle, V.S.,
Is now tiianaed b H. M, AteB, to
vvhe-nt all 'Communications should be
addressed. ' '
A. I-'. Thn) or leases this afternoon
for Manila. Mr. Thajer was formerly
with the 11 it 1 1 e 1 1 n and more recent;
1) vfltlr the Census Bureau. I"
Coat onr Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will, bo surprised at Its coollhg
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co . agents.
C. II. Medcalf of II. Hackfcld & Co..
who Is ono of tie Instructors at the
Honolulu Y, M, C. A. night school, Is
seriously III and confined to Ills home.
Mrs. Frances Clark and other tal
ented spcakeis will conduct a Junior
rnll) In the Central Union church
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
T. I., lb cm, tlui engineer' who Is to
take charge of tho machinery for the
1100,000 'luvu brick factory, to bo es
tablished In Honolulu, Is a guest at
tho Itoynl Hawaiian hotel.
Monty Montgomery, managing a
local saloon up to the first of tho year,
has resigned and Is now holding forth
nt the Two Jacks Fashion Saloon on
Hotel street; where he will be glad to
meet his friends.
All accounts duo Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
can be paid until January 31 at their
old store, 1C9 King street. Those In
debted will please settle beforo that
time and oblige.
The Outrigger Club Is going to Intro
duce a novelty to Hawaii in the shape
of n glass bottom boat, which will
corney passengers around tho water
at Walklkl and allow them to view the
lied of the ocean and all Its wonder.,.
James A. Hawlcy, one of the prom
inent citizens of Ilolie, Idaho, (s n
passenger on I he Pacific Mall liner
Korta on a tour of the cut. Mr. Haw
ley professes to bo delighted with Ho
nolulu. It being his first Ult to the
Some professional tharrers are al
leged to have come to Honolulu on
tho transport Thomas. This Is an old
game and every transiort generally
has a couple of tho crooks who play
wit und rob the soldiers of their
Floiul Parade officials have writ
ten In IIIIo'h puhllc-Bplrlted citizens
with n view to having that city well
represented In the coming parade. It
Is possllle that an excursion steam
er may be put on for the benefit of
thoso who would nttend here on the
22nd of next month.
Mr. Bryant, until repently with the
Associated Press In Ban Francsco, Is
a passenger on tho Korea on his way
to Manila. Mr. Bryant Is to tccept
a position on tho Manila Times with
Mrrtlu Kagan. He was able to see a
llttlo of tho city during the stay of
the steamer In port, and remarked af
ter halng mado somewhat of a tour,
"Ono thing I'm sure of. Though I
can't stay now, I'll come her to live!
when, I make my pile, and don t you
The Y. M. C. A. will hold Its month
ly roundup on the evening of January
22 at 7:45 o'clock. Tho feature to bo
presented will' be "Honolulu by Moon
light." This will include: Prize fights
at tho Orpheum, automobile parties
stopping off at various amusement
places throughout the' city, etc, all of
which will bo taken off In burlesque
form. This roundup in hoiug planned
on a big scale nnd It Is expected that
it will far exceed tho test 'that havo
ovor been presented In (his city, Ar
rangements are being ma lc to accom
modate 250 members. Itctrerliino.ilB
will bo served.
Flno drllng"nnd 'saddle horses 'for
sale or hire. Klgs of all kinds with or
without drivers. Club Stables, 1128
Fort street. Telephone. 109.
Call at Mclncrnj'M Shoe Storo and
ask (o ha fitted wth a pair of Hanan
shlles, then they will know thut you
want stylleh, shupuly, comfortable
Bhoes, ' !i
Call at Honolulu PhotoSupply Co.
nnd seo the new Anllnous Metallic lie
lease for the shutter on cameras'. It
dims away with the ttoublesomo bulb
and Is highly satisfactory.
Thero Is no preservative in the
Pond Dairy Cream. Still It keeps well
bccaiuo of special cato and model u
methods in Its pieparatlon. Telephone
Tho Pond Dairy, 'phone 890, or May,
Day or levy, Iho grocers.
Tho formation of a otmg lady's
mind ami character usually consists in
telling her Ilea,
When yon want.to be
. . ' .. T I .1' I
Handled right,' phone
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. love.
tfn Z Expressin,
leJuiil.CMl Phonn SRH
Wood and Coal Phone 58a
G. W. XcDongaU, Prop.
THRHE ARE nearly nine hundred
officers and troops on board tho Unit
ed Slates Army transport Thomas,
which Is now at the port and scheduled
to sail for Manila by the way of Guam
at 5 o'clock this evening, jhe vessel
Is bearing the Sixth Infantry, head
quarters, hand nnd enlisted men to
tho Philippines where they will com
mence a two ) ears' tour of duty, Tho
Sixth' will proceed to I.ejte and n por
tl6n will be distributed at the various
garrisons on Cebu. The Sixth has
been serving at Kort Harrison, Fort
Lincoln,' and Foit Missoula. Montana.
Tho organization Is 81i strong with 44
commissioned officers. Tho irans)ort
met wlih considerable rough weathar
on tho trip down from San Francisco.
The vessel brought u smajl mull and
nt .this port were lelt seventy six cas
uals' who will go to the various isists
on Oahu. The Thomas Is to take clov
en Filipino stnwawuva who were taken
off 4fae Sheridan,
THE U. S. BATTLi:3HIP Indiana
has been placed In drvdock at tha
Philadelphia Navy Yard, to bo equip
ped with the La Costlo ship hrako,
which la to bo given n practical trial.
The brake consists of two giant wings
fitted below the water line on either
sldo of tho vessel. On the Indiana the
dimensions of each wing will bo 13
by 0 feet. Tho wlng3 are operated
from the bridge of Iho vessel. When
released the) spring out, fiirnlthtug
resistance to the forward movement
of the vessel.
A LINE of steamers will ho opoi
ated between Genoa nnd San Fran
cisco via tho Panama Canal, accord
ing to New York,ndvlccs. The an
nouncement Is authorized by Ceanro
Contl, New York agent of the Lloyd
Sobaudo Steamship Companj. This
announcement follows advices thnt tho
North aerman Llod and Hamburg
American lines would also opcrata
steamers botween Europe' and San
Francisco vlt tho Canal.
T"E TtECRNT loss or the British
ship Matterhorn, from Portland for
Ipswich, with birley, and which turned
turtlo off tho Washington coast, and
the probablv similar loss of tho Brit
ish ship Brodick Castle with n barley
cargo from Portland for Ipswich,
which dlsapiicared In December, 1908.
will result In tho marine underwriters
requiring barley ships to carr ballast
In addition to their grnln cargo, ac,
cording to the-.Seattle representative
of Lloj d's.
THE DOLLAR Steamship Company
has charteied tho Pacific Coast Steam
ship Companj's steamer Delhi, which
has been Ivlng Idlo at Eagle Harbor
for many months. The vessel will bo
operated In tho lumber trade between
Pugct Sound and California ports.
THE LOCAL quartermasters depart
ment has been advised that the trans
port Loguu with oillcerB, troops and
civil government passengers, has ar
rived at Manl'a on Janiia'ry 8. The ves-
'sel was delayed to considerable ox-
tent, presumably at Guani. Tho nrmy
transports usually arrlvo ftt Ib'o Phil
ippine capital on or about tho fourth
of tho mouth. '
CASTLE & COOKE, tho local rep
resentative sof tho Matson Naviga
tion liner Hllonlaii, havo oeen ndvlscd
by cable that the llnor Hllonlan sailed
from'Sah Francisco for Honolulu jes
tenia) at noon.
THE ARRIVAL ofttho United States
army transport Bhoildarratrsan Fran
cisco Is reported jesturday. Tho ves
sol bailed, from Honolulu on January 5,
TIH3 PACIFIC 'MAIL liner Man
churia Ib reimhed trf have, sailed from
Yokohama tor Honolulu )ostcrday,
FEW FAMILIAR I ACE3
r" OSVLOER KOREA
, (Continued From Page 1.)
what nuBtyf during th,o (utjer purt of
the voyage. The veBsel behaved In
her usual exemplary manner nnd the
eighty saloon passengers for Hono
lulu uud the one hundred who are
traveling to Japanese nnd Chinese
portB have no complaint to offer.
The Korea brought ten second-
class and one steerage passengers In
uddltlon to the cabin list. Travel
ing through are 3G5 Asiatics. The
EVERY DETAIL PERFECT '
The care exercised in everv detail of the makine Ininrei thn ner.
manency of style and lit of the clothes we make, ' '
W. y. AHANA 5b CO.
62 So. Xing St.
SURE to have your
v'our ordeAo the
Excavating and Filling.
' f k r
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nnuanu Stream
vessel Is sailing for Yokohama,
Shanghai and Manila at 4 o'clock
thi4 ii(,urnooii, nnd will leave over
two hiiudred tons of general cargo.
One hundred and fort) sacks of luto
liiMnlaiid mall have m rived for this
I ort.i One bundled and fifteen sa";l..i
of mall matter destined for the Phil
Ipplnes were transferred to tho
'I lie through cargo on hoard the
Korea Is mainly destined for tho
Philippines and consists of army and
navy stores. There are about three
thousand tons of the supplies. A
million dollars In gold and specie Is
to be left In Japan. '
On account of the big annual
fiesta which Is to be held nt Maiifli
from February 4 Iti 15, the Korea
will make! n speclnl cull ut that port
In the Philippines. This will give
her passengers the advantage of tul..
Ing In, the Fur Eastern celebration,
and will also penult residents of
Japan nnd China to make the part
Rev, Robert llurdettc, tho preach
er apd humorist of Los Angeles, ar..l
his wife me passengers' on the Ko
lea us far us Honolulu. From hero
they will continue to the Orient b)
u later steumei', p. L. Bryant, u
newspaper man, Is going out to Ma
nila to joluthe staff of a publication
there. 13. liesslcr, n government ol
ficlal nt Munllu, Is returning to tho
1 'mil with his wife. "o. R. Alber
ger Is n passenger to Hongkong,
while D. I. Webster Is going to Ma
nila to join the firm of Castle llroth
ers. Wolf & Sons.
There are a uuuibor of dlstingtilhli.
ed people going out to the East, In
cluding Several people of prominence ar
rived by the liner this morning. Miss
Clave Bristol tomes heie to wed a
well-known plantation man ' on
Itcbert Rurdetto nnd Sirs. Bur
detto were met nt thq wharf by Mrs.
J. T. Warren, formerly Miss Grace
lln tens) Tower, tha Pnsadenu nowB
paper woman. ,
Mrs. R. II. Plot tier h Iho dnugh
ter of Major llpoper, the rormcr pro
prietor ,of the Occidental Hotel of
Si.n Frnnc(sco. Mr. Plofner Is the
ptlnter of mluiutuies, and she has
caituied several valuable prizes
ut the Seattle exposition. Mrs. I'lot
ner will remain In Hawaii for sev
Mr. aud .Mrs I. K. Kerr are. prom
inently Identllledvlth the bocIu! und
business llfp of Eu Clalie, Wiscon
sin. In their party Is Miss Kdltli
Fitzgeind, who has achieved con
siderable fame ns a specialist) In kin
A. Huttoil is a member of tin
Japanese. Diet nnd has been devot
ing considerable time nnd attention
to the child labor regulatlonstas the
pertain throughout the Industrial
centers of the United Stales. Ho
is now said io ho a strong mlvocnte
for the adoption of stringent child
lulior law's throughout Japan.
Dr. I'alrfax Irwin Is joining the
Unlttd States Mitline Hospital nt
Yokohama. W. L. Full bank goaj t
P king, there to become a member ot
the secretaries' staff nt the Ameri
Major II- J. Saunders la well known
In Hrltlsh uimy circles and Is mak
ing a tour of the East by the Ko
rea. Major Saunders has of lute
been stationed ut Albertu, Canada.
J, W. Sweet Is going out --to Uie
East us an organizer for the Brit
ish American Tobacco Company and
he will probably muke his headquar
ters ut Shanghai,
Lieut. W. F. Osborne has been
transfoued to the Philippines naval
station, Osborne has prominently
figured In the divorce) proceedings In
stituted by Naval Commander Holton
Evans of Mure Island. Osborne Is a
joung fellow of whom pages of news
paper notoilty has of late been given
In the columns of tho Sail Francisco
Destined for Manila uro' Insular
Deput) Collector of Customs J. S.
Stanley and Mrs. Stunlej.
Nowton W. Comfort Is n, well
liked official connected with tut
United States Quaiunilue Servkp ut
Manila. He has been away on a
well-earned vacation Mr. Comfort
la also prominent In Y. M, C. A.
work In the Islands,
Tho Korea twill iako hut little
freight from Honolulu. t Eight tlrst
class passengers will leuve for ori
ental pons by the vessel this after
noon. . '
Wcitneitjlay? Jknuarj 12
San Francisco Tlioums, U. St A T.,
4! 30 p. in.
Thursday, January 1.1.
San Frnnclfco Korea, P. M. 8. S
8 n. in, ,
Kauai poits Llkellko, Mmr., n, m.
I DEPARTED I
.Wednesday, January 12.
Hawaii ports Ilclcne, stmr., 5 p. m.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
' Thursday, January 13,'
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 13:
S. S. Siberia, 9 a. in., hence Jan. 7.
Wednesday, January 12.
MANILA Arilved Jan. 8!
U. S, A. T, Logan, henco Dec. 13.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan, 22:
S, S. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived iJnn. 12:
U, S, A. T. Sheridan, hence Jan. 6,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 12:
S. S. Hl'oulan, noon, for Honolulu.
WIRELESS U. S. A. T. Thomas will
Per P. M. S. 8. Korea, froni San
Francisco. Man. 13. For Honolulu; C.
11. ))alley. Mrs. C. II. Ballc). Mrs, F.
it. Baxter, Geo C. Beck. 1). E. Bee
man, Mrs.'ll. E llceman, Kendall Bon,
Miss L. C. Bouldln. Miss Clare Bristol
Oeo. A. Brown, Mrs. Geo. A. Brown,
Mrs. T, A, Biirmlnghnm, Jlr, 8. 1).
Carglll. Mrs M.'P. Clark, Miss Mil lam
Coffee, J C. Co page, Walter 13, Dick
inson, Mrs. U.I. Fish. Miss Edith Fitz
gerald, A. 1 Gay. 'J. C. Golwlii, lit.
M, E Grossman, Mrs. .M. E, Groscmiu
and Infant, P C. Hall,' 0. A. Hartman
Mjs. G. A. Hartman, Merry lla)ei,
Mri. Henry Hn)cs, Muster Henry G.
Hajes, J, F, Hcffernnii. Mrs. J. F. Hef.
fcrnan. It. I), iillls, Mm. I',. W, Hills
H'. W. Hoffman, C. It Hovey. II Hulso
housei, S A. Jaeger, Martin Jongo
neil, Mra. (J. 8. Ionian. Mrs. N". E
Jordan. A. F. Judd Mrs. A. F. Mndd
Ms, Agnes H 1) Judd I K. Kerr, Mrs.
I. K, Kerr. O, O. Lanslnr IC. 8. LI
Harold Lord, W. J.tirns, Ed McCarthy
F. McDeimott Mrs. F. McDermott. A.
M. Morganthaler. Mrs. Phillips Morri
son, F. D. Mullln li. A. Newcinib,
Mrs, 8. L. Newcomb, Mrs. Win. Pig
ott, Master Paul Plgott, Mrs.' It. II
Plctner,, Master II. Plotncr Major II.
B Ray. W. Held. MrB. W. Held, llivltl
Rica, Mis. David Rico, Morris Rosen
hlcdt. Mm. A. E Spinney, Miss l.lnj
II. Sturgis, A. Weill. Lajover nt Ho
nolulu: John Ilrcdvll, Mis John Urn
dell. Dr. Rpbt. J. BurJctle Mrs HobL
J. Bindelto, Miss Kami a Lien. W. E,
Sauir. II. O. Furman..Mrs. II. C. Fit.--
man, Wm. C, Ma)er, Mrs. Wm C. Mnj-
er, Roger E. Welles. Through: Dr.
Theodore Illl-s, Mis, Theodore Bliss.
A. f. Diickwiuth .Ion. Concet, A. Hat
tori. W. K. Hill. Di. Fulifax Irwin.
Mrs. J, M, Ke'll). C. K. Marshall Mar
tin, Mrs. C. IC. Marshall Mai tin au1
servant, Caroline Skinner, M. D., T,
Tsumura, C. M, Washington, Miss Isa
bella Hoot-no, rctcr Arlington, Mri
Pettr Arrlngton, W. L. Fulrhnnks,
Mis. W. I.. Fairbanks, H. H. Go-iro
Earl C. Lnno, Dr, W. Malcolm, .Mrs
.V. Malcom, Miss D. Malcolm, Miss C.
Malcolm, Master W. Malcolm, W
Vaughuu McGee, Robt. Schurman, J,
W. Snqed, Mis. J. W. Snicd. Muster
Claudo Snecd, Miss Hortense Sliced,
J, W. Snoed, Jr., Miss Maude Sneed,
Mini. II. Acosta, P. L. Urjant. Mrs.
Ella Chamberlain, F. A. Churchill, Wll
kle ColllnB, N, C. Comfort.E. B. Gess.
lcr, Mrs. E. K. Gcsslcr. Uetit. C, S.
Heuter, Win. J, Hlne, Mrs. A. 8. La
nier. Mra.'G. L. I)gan and Infant
Master Oeo Logan, Miss Ruth Login,
W. R, McGcachln, Mrs. W. ,11. Mc
Georhln, Mrs. David McICIbuln. Jr..
Jucoh'c. Mdlder. Mrs1. William T, Nolt.
Ing. Lieut. F. W. Osborn, Jr., U, S. to..
A, J. Pnstine, Mrs. A J Pastlho, Man
uel A llou, '.Miss M. Spencer, J, 8,
Stanley. Mrs. J. S. Stanley and Infant,
Stewart .1, Teazo. Miss Maud Thurhcr.
I). FJ Webster, Hoy A. Wells. Lieut. J.
It. Yoilngblood, Mrs. J. II. Yoiingblood
C. R. Alberger, W. S. Ashby, Mrs. W.
S. Athby, W, H. Bacorp. Miss Mury T,
Hankes, Cndwell Barrett, L. W. Blum
enlhal. M, T. Crist, Mrs. L. E. Connor,
Frank J. S. Connor, Miss Mary V,
Connor,( Harry R. Mawley, James II.
Hawloy, L Homer, Mrs. I. Horner. T.
A, Ker. Rudolph Iiilin, Rev. G. W.
Maishull, Mrs. O. W. Marshall and In
fant, Master L. Marshall, J, II. Put.
ilck, Mrs. M. Pony, Chas. Rule, II.
Wunderllch, Mrs. M. Wunderllth, Mnj.
B. J. Saunders, Mrs. R. J. Saunders,
Miss B, Suunders. MIbs'M. SaiindeiB.
SEVENTEEN itUNDItpD tons of
refined sugar and lOtio tons or raw
sugar will make up tho greiter portion
of tho Bhlpmenl of Hawaiian products
which will be taken by the Mntson
Navlgntlon steamer Lurllno when that
j vessel sails for San Francisco nt ten
o clock on Wedncsdoy jnoinlng, Janu
ary 19th. The Lurllno will also load
consignment of pineapple's und sun
dries. There Is ulieudy a fair pas
senger booking for the coast,
THE STEAMER Alameda has who
lessed that she wns lie miles off the
poit nt 8 o'clock InBt night Btenniliic
through fiesl norlhenst winds and',
heavy seas 'with ovor)body woll on
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE t
Friday, January 14.
Snn Francisco China, P. M. 8. S.
Maui and Hawaii purtr Cluiidlne,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday, January 13,
Japan ports and Hongkong Kbren.
P. M. 8. S , 4 p. in.
Manila, via Guam Thomas, V. 8.
A. T 5 p in,
Kauai ports W. -tl. Moll, stmr., 5
Friday, January 14,
Hongkong und Japan oris China,
P. M. 8. 8.
Saturday, January 15.
Illlo via way ports Mnuua Ken.1
Mails are auo at Honolulu from
polntB as follows:
Yokohnnia-rl'er Chln-i, Jan. H.
Vancouver Per Monnu, Feb. 6.
Color.les-,Per Mnkurn, Feb. 1,
Malls wll( depart for tho following
points ns follows;
Yokohama Per Koiea, Jan, 13.
Colonies Per Mnana, Feb. C.
Vancouver Per Mnkuru. Feb. 1.
PA88ENQERA nnnvrn i
4 . 4
Per stmr, Mniinn lia. for Kona and
Knu portf, Jon. 18 Judge Knulukou,
M. Ackerman, U. II. Macimirhlo, .Mrs.
Pcfprmnn, Mrs. Croulhers, Geo J.
Per stmr. W. O. Mall, for Kami
pmts, .Inn. 20 Miss M. Illsgirt, Mrs.
Wedemeyer, Mrs. Christian.
Per stmr, Claudino. for Mnul nnd
HiiauII ports, Jnn. U Mrs. Omslcul,
II. 11. Poniler, II. M. Mist. C. Boll..,
W. A. Kinney. II. A. Kearns, Dr. II.
Ifa)cs, A. Gnitcuhoig, J Scott, O 13.
Smithies Mrs, Smlt,hlen. V. J. Allen
caster, Mrs. vjloncister J. Keklpl.
Per stmr. Claudlho, for Maul nnd
Hnvall pons. jH!li 21. Mrs. E.
8hollz, Mrs. W. M. Abbey, W. IL Ab
Per stmr. Mautn Kea, for Illlo and
way ports. Jan. 18. V. L. Toniipy J.
H. Wood. Mrs. Wood, II. I, Lllllo. Mrs.
Graw, Miss Graw, Mr. and Mrs. 13. A.
McNuughlon, .Mrs. F. Knbota. Mrs. C.
B. Benton, Mrs. II, Mu)cb Mrs. Mary
P. Clurk, Miss L. C. Bouldln. Miss J.
M. Athcrton. MIeh FInxman,"Mri. Ath
erlon. Mr. nnd .Mra. I'. C. Alherlon,
Miss Raymond, Miss Gcddlngs, Miss
Hedden E. B. Williams, Mrs, Wll
lining II. C. FiirmanMrs. Furmnn...W.
W. Chamberlain, Mis. Chamberlain,
Per P. M, S. 8. Korea, for Japaneno
ports and Manila, Jan. 13. Monry
Atiftln. Mrs. Henry Austin H. B. Bish
op. Mrs. II. B. Bishop, Dr. O. 13. No
torn, Mrs. G. E. Nes'oni. W. A. Staf
ford, Mrs.. W. A, Stafford.
Per M, N. 8. d. Lurllno, for Snn
Francisco, Jan. 19. Mrs. J, Wi Korsh
nor, Mrs. Knto Renton, Miss Stella
Zumwult, Mrs. Kami) Krauso, C. P.
Wiirtz, Mrs A. F. Cooko, Mrs. T. O.
Pepps. N. M. Lewis, Mrs. I.owls, Chas.
Lewis, Thos. ICny, S. I. Shaw.
Per stmr. Mnuna Lou for Koin nnd
Knu ports, Jan. 18. Judge. Knulukou.
Mrs. Knulukou, Miss Oeddlngs, Miss
Per stmr. Clnudlnc, for Maul nnd
Hawaii iiorls. Jan. 14. Mrs Mr-t ,.it.,
H. W. Mist, J. Scott.
For stmr. W. a. Hall, for Kauai
Iiorts, Jan. 13. A. Hanebers, 1). O.
Chpces, Of Robinson
Goveninr Frear staled this morning
I hat ha had not )et i cached u consld
oration of thn olllclnl imilim l,.. ... .
lukn lu connecllou with cndoislng Iho
lenpiiolntlneut of Judge Robinson of
Iho Clicult Court.
"I havo not reached that vot" subl
Governor Fronr, hut will consider It
buoii. jni' uovernor did nut Intl.
nmlo wholhnr ho will endorsn Robin,,.,
son or not but sold that his conclusion
In Iho matter would bo soinelhliig that
tho futiiio would ilutOinhiii( '
lu Iho course of nn urtlclo am ear.
Ing In the morning papor uu nltomp'.
is irauo to show tat tho dnwufiill r,r
Robinson Is a foregone conclusion and
with characteristic accuiaev n u i ii.
ed that Robinson lifts small chciico of
leco'vlng the uiian innus en.lm hom m
of tho Bar Association. Tho fact la
that Jlldgo Robinson wus linnnlnuingli-.
endoised for rcappolnlmont by tho Bar
Association on Docemher I mid tlmr.
In addition ho bus lhr i.ininu, .,.,,, ,.
Iho Tonltorlal Central Commltton.
Hips are to bo fushlpimblo ugnfn.
but tho tip fiom Purls doosn't ifnlo
vyhether they urn to be loaned ut
Iho neck or tho kneea. Syracuse