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BVBHIKO BOU.WflN. HONOLULO. T, I., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19. 1910
.Leihl Chnptco2 RstjuUr.
Hawaiian Thlfil pcn-ec.
Oe:inlc Sesoid DOTee.-
M visiting members of tho
Order are cordlnlly Invlicil to
nttcod meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. HnlJ
7:30 V. M.
UAH1HE EKGIHEER3 other Asso
ntiJCFIPUl AQCiPimrt'l .i... -.
Dh.-tFIClAL m IIATIU.!. ciatiens cor -
DAKMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. T.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0 F I1..1I. Tort SUcct.
V U. HUNDKV. Sccretnry.
1 I) Wlckc, K. 0.
All lsltlns brotlitv' , coidlally
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets cory first nnd third Fri
day evoi!ln- at 7.30 in K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Heretanla. Visiting
brollicrs tor dially Invited to attend.
I'., It. NUC1CNT. C. C.
It. GOSLINQ, K U. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge, No. CIO, 11. P. O.
f.'lks, meets In their hall, on King
f trcct, near Fort, every Friday even.
tng. Visiting Brothers are coidlally
Invited to attend.
H. A. DOUTIHTT, n. 1U
H. C. I2ASTON, Bcc'y.
HAWAIIAN TniB2, No. 1, 1. 0 B. M.
Meets ocry first nnd third Thurs
days of each month al" Knights of
TUhlas Hall. Visiting brothors cor
dially invited to nttend.
I IIIGGINS, Sachem.
i: V TODD, C. of It.
HOKOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
..vnsnAY ccnlngs of each month at
7 30 o'clocl- In K of P. Hall, corner
Heretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro InWtcd to at
w n nu-nv. w. p.
Wia. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K ofP.
Meats every 2nd aid 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall cor. Fort' and Ucfetonla. Visit
ing brothors cordially United to at
tend. r. m. Mccncw. c. c.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. 8.
TOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for f 25.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Go to K
BROVN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.- P. 0. Dot 814.
Bicycle shop and general rcpuirine
work. Specialty in nickle, sihrr
nnd Rold plated work.
KINO. 0PP AT.APAI ST
185 editorial rooms UfiR bust
ness office. Three are the telfphois
rumbsrs of the Uutlctln offlcB.
Over Pour Thousand
Quarts Milk Sold
- He.ri Daiy
lltnnliilu Oils imd Count) purchases
inn I nisnnict over four tlionpiiu 1
ciutrt.'lH of mlliC a ! i mid I'ortiiRiii'iia
l".i In Ihu llAt lit vtuiln a-sif thu lac
It Ml II ii Id.
1 A rerun imcrtng slain ntiil milk In
1 HjiccMoiirt fur Iho pisl all months, Rub
iniitcil by Cll rnii Count) I'liyalclnn
Mncknll ihnws ihi total number of
dairies on DiccinlK-r 3t ns 47. with Stl
milk cows, giving on nn n vertigo of
lit!) quarts tf mll c.icli iln In the
It Ins ulo beep 11,? roil out that Iho
Honolulu cut, 'Will produrp tin avenge
of five an I i hsir cuarto of milk cr
1 ho lullk rohl In bottles nvenged
1CSH i,iiiii while fioin cms was Bolil
Dr Mnckull reports tho milk Inspect
or collecting i' I simples nnd making
33'J dnlr. InriHCtlous.
In the Met cr dilrymon In thu Cltj
.. , .. . ..
""" V,M""' " iimioiuiii ino rnrtii
IT", ,mMr"11 "tato 19 ,hirit.
IAukiIc-iiis 1(. Inpancso i, H-iwallnns
1 -., , ,im. , , I10 cbas0 rtalry.
I SHERIFF. TARRETT
HAS BEEN BUSY
Bhurlff Jarrttt, with tho nislttanco
)f Mm deputies and men, has been
fUil bimj during II u inont'i of n
cumber. The n-nurl from th Cll mwi
Countj Sheriff for tho luoiith of Do
cenibcr id.o tluit out of 2)3 tiriests
mane, Z21 coiiMctliuui wtra vecured.
Among the convicted were 43 Hn
wallMis 57 Chluosc 33 Jaiuii,i. 15
Portuguese nj 4U tf utlior mtlonall
Fliic iiilUctod nmoimtid to
tl,5fAU, tin (,ioilir put belli,: fioin
III tho liFt of uffensts, gamblers loid
with 07, then (ollow 37 drunks, 30 as
hault and bitlcry, 11 lautity, 6 adult
ery, 2 ilolatlou or opium law, 2 rob
bery nnd 4 agraiits.
THERE ARE ONLY A
TEW OF THEM LEFT
A report roccl.rd by Major Tern
and thu rtotrii of SuperUsors shows
Hint during the rK niontha from July
to December 31. 1121 bom wcro
Klaiightored lp .hi. City nn I County or
Hynoliilu (.fill l.f nil8uuiiibfr. but
hlx were cunicnmcil by ilio meal In
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BERT HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197.
jDr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Alakea St., Mauka Pacifio Club.
Office Hours Frcm 10 to 12: from
z to i; rrom 7 to u.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residenoo, 1460,
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Bcrctania and Fort streets.
md cloth of A-l quality can b atu
O Box 001 Telephone Ml
Come and learn paiticnlars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachs'.
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The classified ad is the' warranted
messenger of the until dealer. It
olaces his business before the entire
reading public for a very small out
lay. You can advertise in the Bul
letin classified columns for one
cent a word, .
tfulomoblles $4 per hour. Phono 6.
Call nntl see Mlko Taton at the En
FIno corperplato engraving anil
(Minting nt Ilcnkbane'c, Fort street.
I'liyelc.il cultnro and massnge given
by Prof. Baron. 51. B2 Young Hotel.
Work In the third, degree, nt Hip
Hawnllnn Lodge No. 21 t the. tern
If you want a gocd Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co . 427 Queen St '
Livery and Bosrd Stablci, saddtn'and
driving horses, rigs v 1th or without
drivers. Club Stables, Kurt, Street.
Conductor Clark of the round-the-
world excursion party on the stenm
ship CteMilnnd was figuring on tak
ing the whole party to the volcano,
but finds that Bitch nn undertaking
would simply bo nut nt the nutation.
Transportation facilities and accom
modations nt the Volcano Houso are
not adequate In an manner tit han
dle, smh a large ciowd, ho tho Idea
will bo given up.
II. F. Wlchmau & Co. ni-iko n Bp02'
lnll or fine cugrnoil cards nnd dlo
stamping. WciMIng and iccoption
enrds itcoUo special nttciuluti at their
Tho SaWngB Dopartment of tho Bank
of Hawaii, Ltd . adonis n splendid pro
tection against tho rainy days of life.
Open nn account today and, deposit
H'Hiilnil) nil nbovo join necessary ex
If jnu in ii lil)liu ail iiutomolillo do
uot.bii) tho top with tho cir but get
tho W. W. Wright Co. to ninko It,
Wright's tops arc mado or tho best
material and made lo fl. anil the price
Is lower than chug) I by ths car mak
H jour fanillj Is at ei or Il onn
of tho other Islands It Is a gie.it com
fort to know that jou cm establish
Instant communication Mlh them by
wireless. If ou want to uso It on
SuudnjR jou will find tho onlco open
from 8 to 10 In the morning.
- WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
It. A. Wndsworth, Wulluku, Maul;
John T. Molr. Papalkou; Julius
Wo-mscr, San Francisco; D. E. Metx
gcr, llllo; Mrs. I.. Acton, San Fran
Clrco; Mrs. John Jay Hicks and maid,
New Dcdiord, Mrs. Chen Furncnux,
llllo; It. It. Ulgln. Mahlikonaj Frnost
Moi-ui, Hllo; W. O. Atkou, Makawao,
Moul Mr. anj Mrs. W. A. Armstrong.
Philadelphia Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Loomls.' Scatllo, Wash.; E. A. Wy
niun, Wcnatchee, Wash.: Horace,John
Sunday, January 16.
T. Brandt. Wnlmea, Kauai; "W, D.
McBi-ydo. Walaha; Capt. John Morong,
U. S N. Kukul; Irvlug W. Fish, liana
let. Kaunl; Mr. and MrB. Blatt, City.
Monday. January 17.
C. J. Schoonlng, Mrs, J. gcliulmclst-
Tuesday, January 18.
A. W. Eames, Wahlawa; Julius
Wormfler, Ban rranclsco.
Wednesday, January 19,
F. Crnwfoid, Llbuo; Mrs. M. n.
Smith, Chicago, III.; Mrs. B. It. S.
Low la. Salt Lako City.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
January '15. ..
Mrs. Montgomery B. Curroj-. San
Francisco; Miss E. H. Horton, Bcrko-
ly, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lowell
Sunday, January 16.
Clinrlcs W. McLcotl, Walpahu; J.
ANDfiADE'S COURT '
, EARNS MONEY
Judgo Andiailo's court Is a pajlng
Institution, according to a rciiort cov
ering tho last Mx, months' business
donoint tho Pollco Court. (
T.10 District Maglbtiato roports
1320 convictions and 2IG ucqulttnls,
with n totnl or 1712 cases coming bo
There wore 631 rlvll cases befoio
Judeo Andrudo mill flues mid costs
totaled $12,752.10, or which tho hum
or si;,l()ti90 vvus colltclcd. Ball foi
rented b those or retiring illsposltlo..
nmouiittd to l 007.
in civil cases Ones nnd costs us
feuscs totaled IOOIIOU,
Judgo Andrade has rcmlltcd u total
or 5CS0O00 to Iho treasurer as lines
and costs collected through, his cotnt.
TODAY'S l)l:PAIlTUItbS liicluclcd
tho American haikiutlnu H. O. Wll
dnr. which got awuj this morning for
Mahukonn. IhqWUdei will discharge
a rjuanllty of general cmgo brpught
down from thu conrt, then take on
hiigar at tbo Hawaii pdtt foi San
Mr BULLETIN AD PAY 1
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone
CIXX TBAMSJcJbK VU,
Jas. H. tort.
HOLD MEET i0
Want Opinions On Cc.t
Available Site For
TtUstooH of tho Llbrarj of Hawaii
met last evening In tho University
Club with the commlttic from tbo
Illutortcnl SoilitJ nlld tllO llDIHillllil
Library AxriMlallnib Afit'f nmch ills
cvifhlim It Wflu dcclibil that uhnt Is
mnat wanted at tho prostnt tlmo Is
pnhllo oplnlun nn tho t-lto nf tho pro
Milch of thlt, public op'ntou hag al
reac'y been canvnsscl bj the Bill
lot In rcprcFcutatUn nnd Is glen In
nnrthcr column. If thero arc others,
the llbrarj workers would like to lnvo
the people rvilitcu thclr thouthtH to
writing, state the rearons for their
conclusions, and If any rlto other tlnn
thoto sugicrted Is thought of, will the
propdsor or It go rullj Into the details
of hbw It nnj bo ncuulred, tho cost
andHho comilcto Information that Is
or courso needed In order that tho
icoinmltleo maj act aihlFedlj'.
Thc tiusteos or the Library of Ha
waii Organized list a. citing with .In lg?
Wm, 1,. Whlttiry m prorldont Walter
F, Dillingham as iietsiiii'i' an J W. H
Babbitt secretin y.
-eito ComiulUioP. 1.. Weaver, J.
H. Flshoi'anl W. H. Ilnb'illt.
nitlldln Commit Icif A. Law Is W.
A. Ho nil, W. F. nllllinlnm.
Tho sites considered bs tho mom
jlfersYlirVsent lat,t evening wuio tho
(loro lot, MCthodlst chinch lot, lluugj
low lot, Tll'itnii flipinc. Bishop Fs
tato lot opposite the Ilunsalow on
No conclusion wna reached on the
aubject nnd tlio committee w lilies It
distinct' uudcrsloiiil that nothing d.ef
Inlto has bcon decided but tho prefer
onoo Khonn b a piellmlnary cinvass
of those present rhowid that tho
Bungalow lot, nnd tho Bishop Estate
lot opposlto on Itlchnrds street had
Tho tiiisU.es reuuest that nil ncW
soiif. lluv ng suggestions on tho site
submit tllelr recommcndattonH to the
sccreturjion ni before Ki'linury 15."
Tho construction nnd architecture of
tho building were discussed In n gen
erol waj, but no conclusions were
reached nor can there bo until more
Is known or just what will bo needed.
J. IL flalt chairman of tho flnanco
conimlttio or tho Flornl Parudo, has
Just npiolntca the following nnmed
gentlemen to tervo with him ns a
flnanco committee: F. W. Mnctar
lane, John WnterhiuiEo, A. N. Camp
,1)011, C. II. Athertou.
It Is proposed to ralto n sum of
12500 for the purpose of buying bunt
ing with which to decoralo tho streets
and triumphal arches, the irectlng or
Judges' stands; to pay tho uxpensts
or tho Pan riders nnd expenses In -
enrred b) tho Inter Island princesses, I Hartwell has been in nctlvo coin
etc. jmunlcatlon with tho a.iveinor bIhlo
Tho Princess of Oahu will bo Im
personated by Miss Wattle, Holt of
this city. Sho Is a splendid horsewo
man and never rails to attract atten
tion. Miss Ilolt Was extremely pop
ular at tho Seattle exposition, whither
Blie went to act ns 0110 or tho hostesses
or tho J In w nil building. Tho Hllo
Board or Trado will In all probability
consider the matter or choosing nn
Ibland PrinccBx to represent tho big
Island or the group. Mnul Is not to
bo backwnid lu this respect ns she will
bo represented by one or her ralr
iluughtcrH, ns also will Molokai. Kauai
has not been heard from as yet, but
It Unexpected that thu Garden Island
win no repicscntcd In tho parade or
THE FOLLOWING sugar is report-
cmMid awnltljig shipment on Kauai ac
cording to officers of tho stcamor W,
O. Hall: O. & IL, .1535; K. K. B.,
5500; V. K, 500; H. M. 5783; I. I
30C0; M. S. Co., CC80; K. S. Co, 8280.
ON SUNDaV whs reported thonr
thai of tho AuicrlLun-lInwnllun
fielghtor AUzonan at Sallna Cruz.
Thin vcWf sailed from Knhulul with
11 hhlpment of sugar, pities and bun
dries oif December 31.
bulletin BnsWss Offloe Phone 258,'
iilUHn Vltori.1! nn Phnnit 1W
Exclusive Patterns in Handsome Grays
English trnd American Weaves. Made to your order, with fit and
W. W. AHANA & CO.
G2 So. Kine St.
your order to the
PIONEER AT 210
AND OLAA ADVANCES
Stock Market Is Active
With All Pfic s
Sugar stui.lt turned somo high
nnd lofty nctlvlt) this forenoon and
the olil) question now Is whether
(hit bilj cis will lose their nerve on
the naws thai i,agar lias dropped to
nn oven four cents.
Olna Jollied the advance, jestcrday
uttnriinon mid this morning, selling
nt 7 In blocks ranging from ten
shores to two hundred. MVIrjde, on
tho other hand, after Uie flurry or
the 'last tjo dajs, became weak at
8 and sOld at 7."5, with 7.50 quoted
as bid on the Exchange.
Pioneer Anally came out nt the
anticipated high figure, 2G0 shares
changing hands nt 210, the last ptc
vlcus Bile being nt 200. The stuck
Is now held nt 21j. Wnliilua has
advanced to 120.10. Pnauhati has
reached 30. Ewa Is firm at 34.50,
Hawnllnn Commeirlti! nt 3S.50, Oahii
at 35.50 and Hutchinson nt 18.50.
Purchases generally have been
madc-oii the prospect or an nvcrago
of four cents for sugar this season.
BURGLARS ARE .
Fuquiut complaints m'j now hclnf
heard concerning pUtj ns well n.i
kciIoim biirghirlcs, ulivg'd to luivu
been tuumilttcd within tho pist ren
Tho homo Of E. A. J.tcbsnn, tha
assistant chief Inspector ,il I Ho cus
toms house, was vlnltcd !y n piowler
Iho other night but, tho intiuilvr wai
scired away fiom the 11-c.i.li.es with
out hiivlug iimJu off with anythlm; of
Nolte's Cafe, on low or Fort Btrcet.
Is reported to have been thu rcclplut
of n nocturnal call from tbo bus)
gang of burglarlouH gentlemen who
aro alleged nt piosent to bo Infesting
Ho-iolulti. lu this Instaiicit thu cale
Is suld to have been biokcu Into by
the Soiclng of the door. Nothing of
value wns secured, presumably be
cause tho thieves hnd become fright
ened b n pasdci-by.
Thu ikjIIco are quietly working upon
several cases with. hope of cucccsh In
landing guilty vandals.
AS CIRCUIT JUDGE
(Continued from Page 1.)
not ufford to continue, thoru on their
present enlaarlcs, and nnothpr Judgo
of tho Supreme Court has notified ma
that ho will icBlgn In February for
tho sumo reason."
"The Judgo who has notified 1110 ho
will leslgn In February" Is being tak
en In Bomo quarters to mean Chief
Jusllco Hartwell, although on tho fnco
It nppeaiK that Arthur Wilder was In
the Qoveruur'H mind when ho made
tho announcement of Do Bolt's ap.
polntmcnt nnd while thero Is n report
to the effect that Hartwell has ahendy
asked tho Governor to accept his u-s
Ignallon, tho general opinion bccihh to
bo that tho Chler Justlco will not em
balms tho Gov ei nor by reslgnln; at
, THE ALAMEDA Is leportcd to
have nrrlscifnt San rrnnclsco ut 6
o'clock last evening, according to
luuies received icr-v Tho -steamer
sailed rrom Honolulu on January 12.
Tho largest 100m In tho world under
ono voor and uubiokon bj- pillars Is in
St. Petersburg. It Is 620 r-et long by
130 feet III breadth. Bj da) light It Is
moil for military dlsiila)s .and n
whole battalion can completely ma
nocmur In It. Bj iilshl 20,000 wnx
taperB glvo It 11 beautiful appeal ance.
1110 roor is a Unglo nrch of Iron.
It has JuBt about gotten so In this
country that a widower can't vyeur
a clean slmvo every day without got
ting talked nbuut. Dallas News.
,Tho prtHcnt average ilnplhs o( coal
mines Is about itio fctt, hut It Inclos
ing nt an nvcrago or fifteen feci 11
. Sou-h America had, newspapers as
lo" ? " :;9- .
. t ...
Wednesday, January 18.
K-iual poits W. Q. Hall. t.tmr n. in.
VKMBL8 TO ARRlVC
Thursday. January 20,
San FranclsCo Hllonlan, M, N. S. S
Hawaii and Maul portrf Claltdlno
Friday, January 21. , ,
Hongkong nnd Japan portsMan
chttrla, P. M. S. 8.
8aturday, January 22.
San Francisco Nov nd in, A.-1L S. S
Hllo via wny ports Mnuna Kca
Puget Sound ports Mlesourlan, A
H. S. S.
Sunday, January 23.
China and Japan ports Cloveland,
H.A. S. S. on cruise.
Maul and Moloknl imrts Mlkahala
Kauai lorts Klnnu, stmr,
Monday, January 24.
Hongkong nnd Jnpnn.ports Mnnshu
t... p v v a a
Kona and Kau ports Manna I.oa
Tuesday, January 25.
San Francisco Nippon Mam, T. K
K. S. S.
Wednesday, January 26.
Knual porth W. G. Hall, stmr.
Port San Luis Santa lilt a. Am
Thursday, January 27,
Hawaii nnd Mnul iiorts Claiidluc
Hawaii nnd Mnul ports Claudlno
Friday, January 28.
San Frnnclsco Alameda O. S.,S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chljo
Mam, T. K. K. S. S.
Saturday, January 29,,
llllo via way ports Manna Koa
Sunday, January 39.
Mnul and Molokai ports Mlkahalii,
Knual ports Klii'itt, stmr.
Monaay, January 31.
San Krancticn Sibeiln, P. M S. S
Wednesday, -February 2.
Kauai ports W. 0. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, February 3.
Hawaii and Mnul ports Clan lino
Saturday, February 5.
-Hllo via way ports Maum Koa
THE TOVO KISEN KAISUA liner
Nilinon Maru. with iuskciii-cih mid
goncrul tnrco destine il roi Jnuauchc
d Hongkong, Is rcnoitcd to
huvo Balled fiom San Finnclsco ut
2 o'clock )estcrdny afternoon. Tho
vessel Is expected to nrrlve hore on
January 24 nnd will bo given n
prompt dispatch to tho Orient,
thiough tho agency of H.i Hackfelil
A CABLE iccclved hero announces
tho dcpartuio of the Amcikan-Hu-wullun
fielghter AliiBkuu from Sa
llna Cruz, with New York cargo, via
Tehunntcpec, for San Francisco. Tim
Alaskuu has Just discharged a largo
shipment of Hawnllnn mitiur nt the
THE AMERICAN barkcntllio KnI-
ulnnl, which left Honolulu on De
cember 30 with a shipment of sugar
destined for San Francisco, Is re
ported by cable ns having nrrlvcd at
tho California port yestcrdaj.
CAPTAIN KELLY, master of tho
American bark Andrew Welch, ex
pects to got nwny for San Frnn
clsco tomorrow. The bark has bcon
taking In sugar nt the railway
whnrf, and while not taking an)
thing like n rul cargo, will leave
hero with aboilt eight hundred tons
or raw Kiigui. The vessel may talte
sevcial passengers for the Coast,
Captain Kelly being a popular and
geninl skipper with whom to travu'
THROUGHOUT the day 11 nasty
Bcum of oil covered the upper end
of tho harbor as a result of tho
leak In tho pipes or fittings belong
ing to the steamer Lurltno. A-bond
bus bcon arranged which permitted
tho tolease of Captain Wccdon, who
whs placed under arrest )csteiday nt
tho Instaiico r; tho Territorial au
thorities. Tho wnrrant for Captain
Wcedon's an est was Issued b) James
8. Fox, a special harboi liupoctor.
It Is Bald that other arrests will fol
low unless some or tho visiting skip
pers, whose vessols ubo fuel oil, exor
cise, more Alio In tilling thclr tunKs.
'I HE AMERICAN bulk. Nuuunu
Balled foi Kaaiiupull this morning, tio
vtssul being towed putsldo' Ihu burbot
by the tug luti lipid. Thu Nutmmi will
take on sugar destined foi DUityuiu
UroLkwu'.er, Thy Niniauu has, been
dolajeil In getting uwuy through slicSs
SUGAR TO'tliu amount or tln.O
backb urrlvoil fiom Knual pots this
motiilng by tho liiter-lslniul stvHiner
W. G. Hull, Tho vtbbtl brought four
saloon ami soviu deck passengers.
Her rrctght llbt Included 7C bales
hides, 70 sacks taro, and 40 packages
Biindrlos Rough woathcr wns mi.
counloi oil on both outward and Inward
I trips of tho steamer.
Wednosiliy, January 10.
Kannnpnll and Delaware Breakwater
Nuuanil, Am, bk., n. 111.
MnhuKona and 8an Francisco 8. O.
Wilde., Am. bktn , n. mi
Puget Bound 'portB (farrier Dove,
sell.:.. 2 P. n. 5
HaACl portB-f-lwnlanl, Mmr., 3 p in.
Kauil jKirtrf Kcntihoiijstmr, 5 p, m.
Knual ixJtjB Llkellke.jstmr, 5 i. m.
Knual portS-KInaii, Btfnr, 5 p. in.
San Francisco- Lurlln M. N. S. S.,
(5;20 p, 111. '
. 1- . J.
I VESSELS TO OfPART
Thursday, January i-0.
Kauai porta W. O. Hall, Btmr, 5
San Francisco Androw Welch, Am.
S. S , 1 p. 111. '
Saturday, January 22..
8an Francisco Mnnchurla, P. M.
Maul and Hawaii jiorts Clamtlno,
Monday, January 24.
South American ports Mnnshu
Maru. T. IC K. 8. 8.
Kauai portJ Noo.ttt stmr.. C p. in.
San Francisco Cleveland, H.-A.
etnir, p m.
Tuesday, January 25.
Jap-in portx and Hongkong Nippon
Maru. T. K. K. S. 8.
Hllo via way ports Mnunn Kca,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. 111.
Maul and Molo'.cal ports Mlkahala,
Btmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, January 27.
Kainl ports W. O. Hall Btmr.
Friday, Januery 23.
Mnul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. S.
Monday, January 31,
Japin ports and Hongkong Siberia,
P. M. S. S.
Tuesday, February 1.
llllo and waj ports Mauna Kca,
Knual ports Klnnu atmr., 5 p. ni.
Maui and Molokai p'orts Mlkahala.
stmr., 5 p. 111.
Thursday, February 3.
Knual poits W. (1. HU, stmr. (
Friday, February 4.
Mnul nnd Hawaii poits Claintluo.
stmr., 5 p m.
PA88ENOER8 DEPARTED I
lVi M. N. P. 8. Liirlliia. for San
Fiaicbcu, Jim. IS. 'Mrs. Wool, Mrs.
A " pookp, C. Event, '1
' ' Ke'shnet, W. W. Khklind, Mrs,
F. Krause, Chas. Lewis, N. M. Lewis,
Mrs, Lewis, W. D. Lowell, Mrs. Iivv
ell, S. I. Shaw.
Per O. S. 8. Alamodi, for San Fran
cisco. Fib. 2. Miss Maik, Mrs. N, El
llsou. A. T. OimBby Mrs. Ornisby,
Chnuncoy Dewey, Mrs Dowcj', IL T.
Moore, Mis. Mooic, Mis A. F. Dixon,
Mr. and MrB Germain, O. W. Brown.
Mrs. Uiown, MUh V. MucGrcgor, Mrs.
E. MacGrcgor, Miss L. A. Williams,
Rev. Weslervclt, Mrs. Gross, Mlsa
OroDB, O, DculiiB Jones, V. Iliicliner.
Per Btmr. Claudlno, for Mnul ami
Hav;ill ports, Jan. 21. Mrs V.
Scholtz, Mrs. W, H. Abbey W. II. Ab
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai
poits, Jan. 20 MIsb M, Blggart, Mrs.
Wedcme)cr. MrB. Christian.
Malls are mio at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San IVancIsco--Per Hllonlan, Jan. 11
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Jan. 21.
Vancouver Per Moana, Feb. 5.
Colonies Per Makurn, Feb, 1,
Malls will depart (or the following
points ns follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Jan. 25.
Vancouver Per Makuin. Fob. 1,
Colonics Per Moana, Feb. 5.
Buford. arrived at San Frandsco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15
Dlx, Irom Honolulu for Manila, Dec. 27.
Logan, rrom Manlh, for Honolulu,
Thomas, riom Honolulu for Manila,
.Inn t3. J
fchcrhlaii, arrived San Francisco Irom
Honolulu, Jan, 12.
I PASSENQErfs ARRIVED
Per btmr. W. G. Hall, tiotn Kmnl
poits -F, W Damou, Mr. Crawford,
D, G. Muy, MrH.Thomuu.
Tuesdsy, Januafy 18.
SAI.INA CRUZ Sallcflflau. Ifi;
8 8. Alaskan for KiiMFrauelsio.
SAI.INA CRlJZ Airlij-a Inn. V;
8. 8. Arl'.onaiir"froni5K.i,.ulii', lice
31.' x)' ,f
SAN FHANCISCO-Arilved Jan. 1S:
Ilk, Kululuul, huucu l)i (., JO,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dee. 1&:
S. S Nippon Muiu, Jim. 18, foi Ho.
EARLY TOMORROW morning tho
MntFon Navigation liner Hllonlan will
nrrlve from San Francisco Thiu nc.
rcl Is bringing In Iho nelchboi hood of
tlmo huudrej tacks of mall, a bcoro
or passengers nnd general enrgo.
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