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BVBNINO BUUJ5TIN. HONOLULO. T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1910.
Right On thp Caroline
Unequalled View, Paved Streets, and absolutely NO ROCKS on tbis Beautiful Slope
$150 a Lot and up $25 cash and $10 a mbjiih. Sifts up, to 75 x 235
By reserving a lot immp lately you can secure a choice
location in Honolulu's Greatest Real Estate Bargain
Lealii Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
Oceanic Second Degree. ,
All linking members of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2ai and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0 ?her A .
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 2.
, Meets every Monday evening at
.7:30 In. I. o. O. P. Hail. Kort Stroet.
, IJ. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
t r. u wicke. n. a.
' 'All visiting brothers ery cordially
'OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third I'rl-
dny eveulng at 7:30 In K. of l. Hnll,
corner Fort and Horetaula. Visiting
brothers cordially lntcd to attend.
F. R. NUGENT, C. C.
R. GOSLING, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. Pv0. E.
TTnnflllllt, T.n.lfr,. Vn R1R II I, fl
1 Elks, meets In their hall, on King
, btrcct, near Fort. eory rrldny oven.
; Ing. Visiting Urothers uro cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
II. C. EASTOS.', Sec'y.
1 HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and thlrd'Thurs
Baya of cacti month at Knights of
Pythias ItaH. visiting brothers cor
dially, iu.Itcd to attend.
P. HIGGINS, Sachem.
E. V, TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlngs of each month at
,7: JO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucretanlu and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
w. n. niujY. v. p.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
'evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ileretnnla. Vlslt-
log brothers cordially luiltcd to at-
F. M. McGREW, (J. C.
E. A. JACOIISON, IC. 11, E.
CONTRAGTOR and BUILDER..
PLUMBING . .d PAINTING.
ft Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kins St.: P. 0. Box 914.
BicjTlf shon and rteucral lcpsiriiutl'iionii uiwiyo iu in iho mudiciuo
work. Specialty in nickle, kilvur
nnd roM plated work.
KING, 0PP. ALArAI ST.
i SHOPPING NEWS
II"nolulii Photo Supply Co. nro head
ijuarti fj t".' cior) thing lit llio Kodak
ili'o. Kodak- Mm, papers, chemicals,
etc. Kort ktrerl near HnUl Street.
Leonard t Icinablo liofrlsoratnrs nro
I In leu In the rntVct. Ihoy use less
Ico and kI j greater satisfaction all
iiminid. Sold on'.; by 11. Hackfeld, &
Co., iiiirtln'ort department,
iilli'uV Tnwir has n ory baautlful
lino tif spring and tumtner stylos In '
negligee shirts. No mattc-i what price
joii iiBti-illy piy jon will m icry
handsome pattern from $1.2." to fl
that will pteapc )m Immense);-.
Intending pnsKcnpcn (n the S R,
Manchuria tomorrow can have their
baggage atlondt'd to properly by ring
ing up Union Pacific Transfer Co,
phon s Itngguga will lie placed In I
ii,cil coiupir tnicntM, which will ex
empt It fron customs Insrcctluu In
WE HAVEWITB US
AT THE YOUNQ.
Friday January 21.
Joseph McNeil, 11rookH( N. Y.; H.
L. Kinder, W. 11. Humphrey.
Thursday, January 20.
L. Wi-lniUcrnrr. Luhnlna: 15. Kriiso.
Lahnli.; ft. h. lluitonip. Wulliiku: H,
C. fuylur! K. .1. Zeolnllz. Lulmliii:
Dr. and Mrs. I.. J. MoMnlion. San
t-inncisco; Ficd Jameson: Fred 8.
Shoilll .Snn FlMillrlaen, It. A llnier,.
San FrniiVlsco; J. M, Duolniorlh, San
urancisco; jur. and .Mrs, Clnrlox 01
her, l.os Augvles, C. il. Dcnlstun.
It. A. Wmlnnnrlli. WiiIIii1.ii. Mnn.
John T. Molr, Patiaikou: .lullus
Wormn'r. San francluro: n. n. Men-
ger, Hllo; Mis U Acton, San Fran
rlsco; Mrs. John Jay Hlnk-t and maid,
New Ili'drocil, Mis. ChSh Furnoaux,
Hllo; R. It Elgin, Mnhukona: Knicst
Motes, Hllo; V. O. Aiken, .Makawao,
.naui; air. an.i .Airs, w A. Armstrong
Philadelphia Pa.; Mr. and Mm. W. A.
Loomls. Seutile W'ath n. a . Wv.
limn, Wcnntrlieo, Wlith.i Horace John-
, Sunday, January 16.
T. TlrnrwH M'nliunn lv-ni.nl. t
Mcllrjdo. Wnlaha; Capt. .InhnMorong!
IT. S. N. Ivlllcill f Irlltir 7 I.-I..1. tlnl.n.
. ... .......... ...,., ... , ,o.,, ii.ti.i,.
lei, Kniuit : Mr mid Mrs. Illatt, City.
r.ionaay, January 17.
C. J. bchoenlng, Mia. J. Srliiilmc lat
Tuesday, January 18.
A. tV. Eamea. Wuliljwn: .lullim
WorniKor, San Francisco.
Wednesday, January 19.
F. Craw foul. I.lliuu: Mm t. R
Smllh. Chicago, 111.; Mrs. II. R. 8.
I-owls, Halt l.nku City.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Thursf"ay, January 20.
Mr and .Mrs. C. 11. Olaen, Kahiiku.
Mrs. .Moiit"(i!ni'ri H rinr.uv ...
Fnii'ilno; S!Ih E. II. Horlnii, hoiku-
iej. i.ii.; .nc una .Mrs. W. I). Lowell;
SunHiv. .lanita... 1R
. Clinrlcs W. MeLeoit, Wnlpulm; J,
NEW CAR BARN,.
Tho Honolulu Ranlil Transit nml
Land Comiunv limn tnnt inirrliuniil
nearly two acres or Jam ut tho cor
ner of IK'Kitanl.i an, I Knplolanl
streflts, tho pi Ico paid being $18,000.
Just at luosont tho pioiiorty will
be uki-il for the pmposo of erecting n
now car nam for thojiouslng of tho
now huh toon cxipcfod lo arrlvo.
The deed fllcil csIch1mv hIimwh
that tho land was purchaeil fiom
lhi Ilo.ml of Foreign MIbhIuiis.
KUKUI STREET DANCE HALL.
Tho dnnco will bo given tomorrow
night nt tho Ktikiil street danro hnll.
Thoni will lio no dance tonight. Tho
Kawalhau (ilro Club will play touior
tow night mid a good tluio h as
sured, , ALLEN'S LUNG DALSAM
closut of (ho mother whoso children
havo croup, its freedom from opium
iiiaKCH nn uieai rimiircns remedy.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't tramp all day in search of
employment when you can tell thou
sands of p:ople what you want, for
one cent a word, in the classified col
umns of the B u 1 1 e t i n.
Automobiles $1 per hour. Phono 6.
Call and eco Mtko Paton at the En
Fine cor-pere-talo engraving and
pilntlnnt neakbano's. Tort itifct.
Plij nlc.il culture and massagq given
by Prof. Uaron, 51, 52 Young Held. .
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carrlagn taku It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen SL
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable.''
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and prcscnatlvii properties. California
Feed Co , agcnlB.
Daniel Twcsdlo, who has been ro
mandod from time to time, was again
sent o er till January 2G ut tho Police
Court this morning.
Tho cno against tho Hawaii Shlnpo
Sha, which conaurn Is chnrged with
conducting n business wUhout a lie
cure, was sont over till January 22.
Qrezn stamps aro gjien (free) when
you pay cask nt the mohm. Call at
the show rooms all I wlnt you get
for Oreen Stamps. Ileitanl 1 ur. Fort.
Chnilcs Kntll had u'l elo-iiit bin on
yesterday aftcrnunn. nn 1 he was roped
In by thu police. Charlie, appeared In
court this morning and was ordered to
pay a fino of 44 by Judgo Andradc.
Dr. Fred N. Steen, a graduate of
tne American school 01 osteopathy,
Kirksville, has ojlened offices in the
Metropole buildinp. 1180 Alakea St.,
opocsite the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Dancing Academy of Sib! Campbell
Rold oiery Wednesday evening) at 8
o'clock In Odd FcIIowb' J lull. Classes
for children oiery Friday afternoon at
3 o'clock. For information apply nt
tho hall .
Abraham Helena, down on thn'Po
llco Court calendar for assault nmf bat
tery, had his care nollo prossud this
morning ns the offeuso was a trivial
one. anil the prosecution did not wish
to pi ess the rhnrgo.
APPLIES TO HAVE
Japanese Auctioneer Has
' To Pay $1200
Application was made this morn
ing to Judgo Andindo that he qunuli
a sentence Involving ujflno of C0Oi
which nun been mulcted on 11 Japa
nese auctioneer named Tshu Klorda.
It appears that I lie defendant hail
neglected to obtain u license, to carry
on business, timl hail been Unci) $G0ll'
by tho Judgo. He had, since that
lime, procured 11 license, and It bad
post him another C00. Judgo
QuurlcH appeared for Hit applicant
and slated that It was u great hard
ship for thu man to havo to pay $1
200 In all. Thcro'had been 110 erlm
Inal Intent, and If there wore uny
wny In which tho fine might bo ro
mlttod or sontenco suspended In tho
case,-It would bo only an ait of Jus
tlio to do so.
' Acting County Attorney Mllvcrton
objected on tho grounds that tho
court had no power to do any audi
thing and (fiat tho Bnpetucv, which,
hui been appealed from, hud been
confirmed by tho Hupmme (ioiirt. Tim
amount of, tho Hup was, at a mutter
of fact, now ouo of the assets, of thu
county, and thcro was no legal way
to t emit It.
Judgo Audrudo said that ho, rear
ed he hud uo authorUy tq remit tho
lino, much as ho would Itko to do so.
However, hu would look Into thu,
mutter uud tco whnt could bo done.
It appears that tho Japanese rop
icbcnts the big fishing company that
operates the sampans that bring
(iioimOiiR amounts of flub to Hono
lulu. Tho auetlonei'r woiKh fiirthln
company and la paid by thorn. They
neglected tu tnl.o out a license and
tho result was tho fluo of JGOO.
The Hawaiian Realty Co
When you want to be SURE to have yonr
Handled right, phone your order o the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
SEVENTEEN DAYS from San Fran
cisco, thu Amcrlciii lurkenllno Coro
nailo, with a taigu general cargo.-ar-rlicd
on tho haibor nt nn early hour
this morning and was brought along
side the Oceanic wharf. The Corona
do Is In comman I of Captain Lawless
Mho Is well and favorably known to
n host ot.shlpilug men of Honolulu.
Caplntu Lawless was iliaster of tho
old Oceanic tloamer Austinlia when
Homo ten jears ago that aullipiitcd
marlno relic was making regular trips
between San Francisco mil Honolulu
When the liner Mariposa wui substi
tuted on tho California nil, I islanl run
Lawless took command of the cs!cl
and camo down here on scleral trips.
Ho also took charge of the brldcof the
Alameda on onu or two trips. Cap
tain I.nwlcss was tho recipient of n
hearty grcclln gfrom his old frlen Is
along the waterfront mid In shipping
clrclcH today. Tho Coronado brought
cargo consigned through the agency
of C. Brower & Co.
FORTY-THREE day from Newport
Nowh to San Frmclsco Is the tlmo
credited to tho now Matson Naviga
tion llimr Wllhelmlna. This cssel is
scheduled to sail, from the California
port for Honolulu on Febrniry 10 nnd
should nrilvc hero on or nbout Feb.
runry lfi. It Is quite possible thut tho!
officers of the Wllholmlua will permit!
tho now engines being let out n notch
or co and her tliuu down from Sun
Francisco may conic under tho regula
tion six daB as proildcd by tho now
schedule. The Wllhelmlna Is said, to
huo made life trip around thu horn
without a hitch or tho stopping of her
THE AMERICAN schooner Heleno
fiom Port Ludlow with a shipment orl'ho surf may run high on Sunday and lllradley, F. C. Atherton. Mrs. Ath
lumber consigned to tho ngency ofleverjono enabled to rhow off to his jetton. Miss J. M. Atherton. Miss
Allen & RobliiMin wns fifteen days
out from Hi clumber port today.
WILL BE INVOKED
Tax Assessor Wilder Seeks
Money From 'City
Territorial tax Assessor Wlldcy Is
Inclined to brook .110 delay In tho
garnering of back mid ovcr-rlpo taxes
from thu rank and file of city und
'i no Tax Assessor has notified City
mid Count- Auditor Hlcknell that all
Huso employes of tho city und coun
ty who huio fulled Iu comply with
tho icqucst for tholr taxes will ba
served with garnishee proceedings.
Tho dnto set for Instituting rigor
ous methods, for;, the collection of
back taxes has ,beon sot for Febru
Theie Is outstanding something
like $4000 against cmplojes of tho
municipal government of Honolulu.
The list Is w fo'rmldnblo one, und
(nelndoH I ho heads of soYcrul prom
inent departments. Tho pollco nnd
uro iicpiiumcms nio uuroiit'ii 111 plen
There Is hardly 11 branch of tho
local government thut has escaped
repicscntiitluu on" tho list. '
- TT: ,
Bulletin Basinest Office Phone S58.
niilWHA'KdltnHarBfiflm' Bhriitf' M
Exclusive Patterns in Handsome Grays
Englishiaud American Weaves. Made to your order, with fit, and
W. W. AHAINA & CO.
02 So. King- St.
Mnlls aro 11110 at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Munihurl.t, today.
San Francisco Per Nippon Marti,
Vnncouior Per Moann, Feb. 5.
Colonics Per Mnkura, Fob. If
Malls wl I depart tor tho following
points ns follows:
San Franclrco Per Msnchurla, Jail.
Yokohnma- Per Nippon Maru, Jan. 23
Vancomcr Per Makura. Feb. 1.
Colonics Per Moana, Fob. C.
RFAnV FflP QllrMllAV b"' r- a- Dcnnnlng. Miss Ruth Dcm
illUI lull OUllUrtl mlng. E. PoURz. N. Cuslilng. Mrs. I).
- J. Hennessey, Mlas M. Hennessey,
Tho men and women of the Kamc- MU3 K. CroBbj', Mrs. O. E. Rock
hamehn Acijuailc Clib will sail from wood. 0. Ilabtou and wife, I. WollT.
K11III1I to the Outrigger grounds tomor- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lniuli, Mr. and
low, to bale Ihclr canoes n readiness Mrs. W. J. Van llonl'ii nnd litres
for the Clark cfulsers. Sunday after- chlldicu, Mrs. C. E. White. E. Mcn
nooii an linn will bo built by tho Ha- dez do Leon. A. M. Margciithalcr; F.
wallan lsitois, uud tho cruisers will I). Mullen, .1. I). Godwin, J. C. Oip
bo shown how pol Is made rrom tho poge, R. F. HctTcrman, D. it. Young,
start to tho finish. 801110 of the Iaro Allen Doono, Miss Edna Kelly, W. I),
with the toiis on will bu 8"en sprout- Lowell, Mrs. Lowell, Mr. and Mr.
Ing In the lagoon, threo sets of to!
pounders will bo kept buy and oven
the women will help nt tho Inking.
T'io cruisers will bo off 3nI some of
ino unisncii prouiict, nut It Is iliiubt-
fill If they will enjoy tho national dish
us much as will tho Hawallans, whol
will (leinonstrnio the best ways of get-
ung nu oi one, two and thrce-tliigBr
Every louugstcr who thinks bo has
ICahunn blood In his iclus Is busy
nowadays bulldliiK momi-ls of sand on
thu beach and Invoking Hawaiian
style tho deities of tho deep, that
ut'st anility In tlte wales.
IKAIMIIKI UTOCCT I InUTi
........w... w.i.bb, hlupiO
MAY SOON BURN
Tho prospect of Illumination of
Minio of tho MieutH ot iCiilniukf dis
trict in now iniltu inomlslng. Soniu
1111111111K ago 1110 uny und Couut U01111I
of Supervlmrs jusu'd a lesolullon 11 11
Iproiirlutlng seicn hundred dollurs for
1110 installation of now lights 'In sev
eral outllng districts, Inoludlpg Kal
mukl. The poles for carrying tho
wires ami lamps havo been Installed
for some weeks but It Is claimed that
n delay In tho securing of certain ma
terlul necessary for tho Installation
has prevented tho completion of tho
Yesterday tho wires wcru stiung
mer the polo Hm, Kitlpinkl dlstilct
and It Is bollovoil tlmt tlio fitting ot
tho lamps w noon follow.
THE MATSON Navigation liner I.ur
llnn Is bucking Into heavy beats with
strong northeast winds, iiccotdlng to
a wlieiess which has been received Hawaii " ports, Jan.' 21. Mrs. E.
rroni that vessel by Cnst(. & Cooke, Scholtz, Mrs. Y. H. Abbey W. II. Ah
ho local iiKents. The Lurllno wns flvo bey.
,"";'1 u'"i iiy nines off (ho por),
en lotito lo Snn I'Vniiclsco ut tho time
that tho mestpsa was sent.
FOR A CLEANING nml .,vri,..n....
lmi110 ,1. ... . iil ...........if,
Lor Inn. V . , . ' ,U,UWay- 8"m
stihi, 1 f " ' ' . ". "cc" "'""
Blllllted for HOW limlm-lnl ti... r.
will bo placed In boun, .condition bo
foro taking to llio water ugjlu,
HEAVY GUN cairlngm ium uniiuu-
.....v.. id uuiiik (iiscnurgod fn
Matson Navigation llnor llllunlan
wlllMi n.,1.,,.1 F...... c-.. . ."
:". 'v " ouii rrnncieco job-
Thursday, January 20.
Knual ports W. O. IJhll, rtmr., 6
Per P. M. S. S. Miincliurln, for San
Francisco, Jan. 21. MJss Grace
Power, F. M. Ilrlnckcrhoff. Mr. and
Mis. Wcthcrby, Frank. MrDermoll.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. IC. Henry. Mrs.
t. (1. Phclns. Hon. W. It. Armstrong,
jjrs. James Armstrong, Miss Haw-
kn8. Miss llcnwin, O. ItoiiEon, Dr.
'Armstrong Suilth, (J. 8. Mil.nrcii, Mr.
ild Mrs. P. C. Stone, J. D. Kenned',
IP. E. 'Ferguson, P. E. Sncll. W. Fen
ncr, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. C. Kennedy,
Miss Rose ElubocU, A. J. Mitchell,
III. A. Snxo, Mr. and Mis. L. Aaron
Julius Wncmsor, Isaac Pollard, Mis.
Shotwcll. Mrs. I In mil. -mi L. T. Kcb-
p. M. Carol, Mr. and Mis A. A.
Ii.iilnehcy, MrB. Rodger Wells, Mr'.
Is. D. Can III. W. II. Haffner, T. L.
Mcjeis. A. W. Rice, A. T. OrmsbV,
Miss Flora McLaln, Mrs. Devlnelle.
Miss Al Chlpnian.
Per stinr. Matinu Kca, foi lluwait
nnd Maul ports. Miss Miller, N. J.
.Kllray, W. O. Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander, Miss Thompson, MI'S
Thatcher, Miss Piosscr, Mis. Prosscr,
.Miss M. Medlll. Miss N. E. Roc. N
Church Mayer, Mrs. Mnjer, I. IC.
Kerr. Mrs. Kerr, O. W. Peniey, Mrs
IPeaiov. cIuib. A. Stnnton. W. 11.
Fllpmnn, Mrs. Atherton, Miss Crole
nan, Miss Graham, Miss E. Cl timer,
'Mies Han let Hitchcock, J. It. C1111
nlnghuni, Win. Ilrltt. Mrs. J. B. Mil
ler,, T. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Furman, Mm. Jordan, Mis. Murph,
airs. T. II. Lllllo, two children, stnu
toy Slephonsun, Ficd llairlson, C. E
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fian
Cisco. Feb. 2. Miss Mark, Mrs. Ni El
llson, A. T. Oinishy, Mrs. Ormsby
Chnuncoy Dewey, Mrs. Dewey, 11. T.
Mooro, Mis, Moore, Mrs. A. F. Dixon
Mr. nnd Mrs Germain, O. W. Iirown
MrB. Iirown, MlsS V. MacGregor, Mrs
H. MacGregor, Miss L. A. Williams,
Rov, Wostervelt, Mrs. Gross1, Miss
Gross, O. Douglas Jones, V. Uuchner.
, Por stmr. Claudlno, for Hawalj
und Maul ports,, Jun. 21. II. P.
Ilnltlwiti, E. Kruso, M. Jones, Mis.
Young, Q. Q. llradford, F. Ilourke,
Jojin Cowder'MIss C. lletts, Mrs. U
Scholtz,i Mrs. W. H. Abboy, W. O.
Auen, Major Willis, E. Chandler.
Mrs. M. IU Penorln, Miss Ida So ii
1 tir ut in. i1it iiillttrt frf M11 til mirl
Per utmi'.' Mauna I.oa, for Kona
and Knu ports, Jim. 28. G. W.
Pearoy, Mrs. Pearoy, Mrs. M,urphy.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai porta.
Jan. 23. Rov. W. 8. Short, Dr. Goo.
nun. au. uev. iy. n. am
Muddy, Miss M. lllRgurt
'" l- W- ". "" KUH.ll
worts. Jun. 27. Mlsu Allison,
Dufoiil. arrived at Sun Francisco from
Honolulu, Oct. 10.
Dlx. from Honolulu for Manila, Dee, 27.
I'KU,1i 'rom Manila, for Honolulu,
'I Tun 1i I
ThomiiH, from Honolulu for Mnnlln,
' Jan. 13.
Hierldan, nrrhvil San FiuniUiu fiom
Honolulu, Jiuf. 12,
SEVENTEEN DAYS havo elapsed
since tho American haikcntlno Coro
nado galled from Ban Francisco for
Honolulu with n gtcural cargo of' mer
chandise. Tho Coronado will como
hero to tho ngency of C. Ilrcwer S. Co.
.83. Merchant St.
VE8SELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, January 21.
Hongkong and Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. S. 8.
Saturday, January zz.
HlloHla way lsirts Mauna Kcu,
Sunday, January 23.
Pugct Scund iorts Mlisourlan, A.
II. a. S.
China and Japan porta Clovolnnd,
Il.-A. 8. S. on crultc.
Maul nnd Molokal jiorts Mlkahala,
Ban l-ranc!sco Noadn, A.-H. 8. S.
Kauil ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, January ,24.
Hongkong nnd Japan iiorts Manshu
Maru. T. IC. IC. 8. S.
Kona and Knu ports Mauna I.oa,
Tuesday, January 25.
Snu Francisco NIpponiMaru, T. K
IC. S. S.
Wednesday, January 26.
Mnnlln Gnlieiton and Dcnycr, U. S.
S. on cruise.
Knual -ports W. 11. Hall, rtror.
Pett San Luis Santa Rita, Am.
Thursday, January 27,
Hnwall nndvMaul porta Claudlno,
stmr. , .It'
Friday, January 28.
San Francisco Alameda, O. 8. S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlyo
Maru, T. K. K. S. 8.
Saturday, January 29.
Hllo ila way ports Jlauna Kea,
Sunday, January 30.
Maul und Molokal poits MIkabula.
Kuunl )orts Klnau, stmr.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. 8. S.
Wednesday, February 2.
Kauai potts W. (1. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, February 3.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Saturday, February 5.
Hllo ila wny ports Manna Kc.i.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Friday, January 21.
Marl and Huwall ports Cluu'dlnc,
slmr., 5 p. in. j ?
Saturday, January 22.. '
Sun Frunclsco Manchuria, P. M.'
Monday, January 24.
South American ports Manshu
Maru. T. IC K. 8. 8,
Kauai porta Noeau, stmr.. 5 p. m.
San Francisco Clcieland, J I. -A.
stmr., C p. m. r
Tuesday, January 23. '
Jujian pnrth and Hongkong Nippon
Maru. T. K. K. 8. 8. .
Snn Frnucleco Hllonlnn, M. N. S.
S., 10 a. m. v
'Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea.
stmr., noon. 1 1
Kuual ports Klnau, stmr., C p. in.
Maul anil Molokal portB Mlkahala,
stmr., C p. 111
Thursday, January 27.
Kuual ports WG. Hall, stmr, "
Friday, Janurry 23.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,,
San Francisco Chl)o Maru, T, IC.
K. 8, S. .
Monday. January 31. v
' Japan ports uud Hongkong Siberia,
P. M. 8. 8. ,1 ,
Tuesday,Fcbruary 1. t
Hllo uud ivuy porloMniini yKca,
stmr., noon. J ' 4
Kauai ports Klunu, stinr., fijpni.
Maul and Molokal iurls Mlkahala,
utnir., 6 iu in. , -ir , 5
Thursday, February 3.
Kauai ports W, 0, Hall, stmr.
Friday, February 4,
Mrul und Hawaii porta Claudlno,
stmr., G p, m.
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