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BVRNINO BtJU.ETm. HONOLULU. T. H MONDAY, JAN. 24, 1910.
Hawaiian Second Dorei
All visiting members fit tlio
Order niii cmillally Invited to
uttoiul lutetlnRBof local lodgcB
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 1 M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Amc
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O, O. P. Hall, Fort Htreet.
K. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
r. D. Wlcl.e, N. 11.
AH visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst nnd third Frl
Dity evening ut 7:30 In K. of 1. Halt,
corner Port und lleretaula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
P. 11. NUGENT, O. 0.
. CIOSL1NO, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 1316, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
R1Ib, meets In their hall, on King
Htreet, near Port, every Prlday even,
lug. Vliiltlng llrolhcrs nro cordially
luvltej to attend.
H. A. DOHTIIITT. E. K.
II. C. EASTON. Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
, Meets evory first and third Thurs
days ut each month at Knights ot
Pythlus Jlall. Vlsltlni; brothers cor
ttlxlly Invited to attend.
I. IIIGOINS. Sachem.
12. V. TOW), C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Metrts on the 2nd und 4111 WED
NESDAY evenlnL'd of each month nt
7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hall, corner
JJeretuula und Port streets,
Vlaltiug Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. W. H. Ill LEY. W. I.
Wil. C. McCOY, Sc."
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP,
Meets every Snd fltid 4 th Hatufday
evening ut 7:30 o'clock In K. ot'l'.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Heretnnla. Visit
lug brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
12. A. JACOHSON. K. It. S.
' ill L
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Akkra St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 500. Residence, 1480.
" ! USE I
White River Flour
C. J. DAY nnd LEWIS & CO.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
REGAL SHOE CO,
Xing and Bethel.
, The Industrial Editloc ot the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for nmillni;, fiO cents at'B u 1
lr tin office.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Saturday, January 22.
A. Mnson, Kuhnla; r W llluett. Ko-
Imla; Mi. and Mm. Prank McDcrmott
H';itllc; .Mr. and Mrs. .1 T Ileffermnn,
Scuttle; Mr. mid Mix. II. It. Ileguul,
Koliala; 8. 1'c.lfvr, San FiiinclK'o; II.
Halie. San hruiiclri'ii. Mrs (1. K. Mc
Donald, Vuncouvcr. II. I' I I'. H. Ad
uiim, Sacramento, C'al
Fildsy, January 21,
Joseph McNeil. IlreioMi- N. Y.J H.
I,. Klnsler, W II. Ilumphiov
Sunday, January 23.
C. Wllpll. Kami. J II Hole. Kauai;
W. W. Wrlfcln Knii.il. .Mr nnd Mm. J.
I'm (.rth Kami: Ml.-s C. I-uvroth,
Kuual, Mi WMiard, Kauai; Mr. nnd
Mis. I) 1 .ilel.e.in Cleveland. O.;
Dr. B. P IIKiiii Vancouver, Wnidi.;
Mr. and .Mr I'. 51 Musser, Muxcatlne.
lowu. Mr ti ii I Mm. It. Galloway, Muni,
lihln. Tenn . Mr. and Mrx. P Jnrrctt,
Wheeling. V Vn . Mrs. K. V. 1'rlco
mil maid. Chicago. Ill; Mm. Sarah
l;irii Now Ymk City: (5. V. Strong,
I'arKi-slmiK V. Vn.; Mr. and Mm. I
I Wade Elizabeth pit). Or.; (1. L.
Miii.lxau. Filth Cavalry! -Mix. C. K.
Hull Maiden. M'isx.; Mrs. S. I Kchort
horn. Cincinnati, O.
Monday, January 24.
A. 11 Todd, Wiilnlil.il
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Monday, January 24.
Dr. II. P. Shipley, Alpha. .Mil.
Friday, January 21,
M Jongcm-el, Wuhlawu; Miss draco
Olson. Knhukii; .Miss Dngmar Olson,
Saturday, January 22.
P.nox Vincent. Wiilluku.
Thursday, January 20.
Mr. nml Mm. C. II. Olson, Knliuku.
Mm. Montgomery 8. Curroy, Son
Francisco; .Mlxs 12. II. tlortnn, Hcrke
ley, Cnl.; Mr. and Mrx. W. 1). Lowell,
Sunday, January 16.
Charles W. McLood. Walpahu; J.
THE EMPIRE PROGRAM.
One -of tho best picture nrournm
ever gUen lu Honolulu will bo tho
program nt the Empire tonight nnd
tomorrow night. The pictures nro
varied ns they tell moral, tragical
nnd humorous stories. Titles of new
pictures, with .'i tenlenie synopsU
follows. "Judge not, that ye be not
Judged." This xtoij picture teaches
a .very Important mnuil lesson und
goes to prove that the miriest
iimongst us are far from perfection.
The Hand of pule" Is u lively story
o ftbo wild and wooly west, with Its
tough riding and shooting that ap
peals to the small Imya" uiul some that
are not small Comedies.: "Borrow
ed Clothes." Wlfey away, Hubby nt
A StARTLlNO STORY.
Tho featuro film at tiio A't for to
night and tnmonow plain Ix "With
Her Card." n story of a woman
rcciincd. In oiih of the scenes shown
thu story vlex with "Tho Pit" on ac
count or tun ic.iiikiic snowing of u
clash between stoe'e brokers. The
talo Ih of a woman who loves n liro
or who boorna her. film tells another
broker, wnu Is In loi with her. that
If ho will lulu tho first broker that
she will marry hlni. Tho ruin of the
broker Is effected nnd with results of
tho battle In hand she returns them
to the man who had treated her love
lightly nnd marries tho man who
helped her In secure revenge. Aside
from tho pit scene, tho story Is strong
In the show lug of the weakness of
tho human kind. The Japaneso wrest
lers will appear for the first tlmo to
night. WATERFRuNT NOTE8
PURSER PHILIlfPS of tho Inter
Island steamer Mnuna Kea reports tho
following sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Olan, 19 COO sacks; Wulakoa
H.OOO; Ononic-i, 3 Clip; UnViii, 8,000;
Lalipahnchne, 1,900; I'nnuhnii, K,,-Oililr-
ACCORDING TO present calcula
tions tho cruiser Denver will, upon
niilval, tnko on coal nt Oceanic
wlir.if, and tho Onlveston will he
bei thed nt thp Channel wharf during
her stay In port.
PnilltUARY 19th Is tho dalo'sot for
holilli.g an examination for position of
clerk or Inspector In tho locnl cus
Jorns rrrvlco. Tho examination will
ho fonductoil by Secretary J. Wi
THE PACIFIC Mall liner China Is
reported hv cablo us having arrived
nt San Friinclscri on Pildnyi This
vo9rel Bulled fmui Honolulu on Janu
THE STEAMER Iwalani It Is re
jioiled, will load cattle ut KVhnla to
day. Tho vessel's destination has not
NEW PROPELLER blades for tho
steamer Manna, Kun have arrived from
' Tho meeting of the Elks for Iho pm.
pnxi'ti of Initiation which was to hnvi
liei'l. Iield Imilght, has hoeii postponed
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't tramp all day in March of
employment when vou can tell thou
sands of people- what you want, for
one cent a word, in the classified col
umns of the Bulletin,
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phone C,
Call nnd seo Mlko I'aton at the En
core. Pna copperplato engraving nnd
Hinting nt Renkbaiie's, Fort street,
Physical culture and massage, given
by Prof. Damn. SI, 52 Young Hotel.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Cnrrlngo Mfg. Co.. 427 queen St.
Have .your' hat cleaned. Wo can
make It look lis good as new. Expert
Hat Cleaners, oup. Club Stables.
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This place Is
sometimes known as the Two Jaivs
Sheriff Win, Snffery of ;.hiul Is vis
iting In Hnnollilu. Ho i-lo. last
Saturday on the Manna Kea, accom
panied by Mrs. Snffery.
Tomorrow being the lo '.' t of conver
sion of Saint Paul Ihero "ill be n cl
cbrjtlon of Holy Coiur.iir.iiin at St.
Clement's church at 0 fc. in.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised nt its cooling
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co., agents.
Kaopua, v. ho was convicted of an
nexing chickens that did not belong
to him, was found guilty at thu Police
Coutt this morning and fined 11 5 and
'An derum Dnnncrstagden 27 Jnnuar
Abends ! $ In der Kllohami Art
League xtattflndendcn Feler vou
Knlxers Qcbuistng ladet olle Deutsche!!
em. Der Flot'envcreln.
Ji'ilgu David Kapahce of Knloa,
Kuual ,1s In town, bavin? urn veil yes
terday In be present at the Christian
Endeavor Union held yertcnlay in
the Knwalnhao church.
Pro! Norton, who was down on the
calendar ,at the Pollre Court charged
with seduction, had the case against
him nolle proved, as tho prosecution
did not wish lo press tho chnrge.
Judge Win. Werner of Hnnalel.
Kauai, ono of the active members of
the Christian Endeavor society llieie.
will be among tho outgoing passenuers
on tho Klnau tomnriuw alternoon.
The case against 8am Kenela, who
ran his auto over A. H. Smith a couplo
of weeks ago. was called nt the Pollen
Station this morning, but nothing was
ilono lu tho matter, which was sent
ntcr till January .11
8. W. Meheuln. Depul- Sheriff of
Kawalhau. Kauai who nrnt yestei
day to attend tho Chr.sih . Kmlcnvoi'
eonferoiH-e. held In !. K-twiiluhao
church yesterdiiy will leave- for his
homo tomoirow uftciu.iii'i
J. Carlo, loan nfflce, ,ias bargains lu
Jowelry and money to loan.
Try a rldo to llalelwa and noto the
beautiful sceuciy fi nm tho cur window
(Jo to tho Fashion Saloon when you
want a dallclous cold drink, made
Tho Hotel Manx, San Francisco, has
reserved 200 looms fur thu passenger,
of the Cleu'lhnd.
L. Ahoy, tho Niiuanu street mar
chant, received n line Hue of Oileutul
good by the Manchuria.
Do not hchltutu about onto: lug your
meat ut the Metropolitan Murket. The
quality of evciy pound is guuruntied
Wah ChJng Co. In the Wavcrley
Ulock on Hotel strpet, have somo very
fine suitings and dress goods) Just
from the. Coast,
L. T. Klbler of tho Llncom Loan Co.
of San Futncisco, left today by tho
Manchuria, after several weoks spent
hero In tho interests of his company.
The manager of tho Palm Care
selects viands for his patrons with
the samo care ho exercises in the pur
chase of provender for his home, liote!
btreet near Union,
Highest qur.llty medical lutteri'3
with all attachments are 'J. by the
Union Electric Co. at i.rlcon ranging
from $8 to 112. Harrison building,
Ueretanla near Fort street.
New Athletic- underwear. D. V. D..
goods, now shirts and pajamas, In
light weight and pretty colors. A
fine lot of new' suitings at ,Yeo Chan
& Co.'s, King and Bethel street.
The annual meeting of' the L'oaM
Homo will bo held Wedtesda. Jun-i
nry 20. at 3 o'clock lu the olllcci. of
Thee. II. DaleB & Co.. In nchlltloii
to Hi casual business taken up at tho
annual meeting a dlscussisu of mat
tors dealing with the nutl-tiibcrculoi'ls
campaign will bo considered.
A flno line of wool sweaters, silk
gloves, kid gloves, baby ribbon nnd
silk lisle hosiery has .Just been re
eclved by MIbs Kate Woodard and is
on salo at her stors on Port street, noxt
to the Convent.
A Golden vibrator with nil of the -i
tnchments for fifteen dollars Is an ait
Iclo ut a ii Ice that fits tho 'average
pocket; Hniiwn, Smith & Co. will have
a demonstrator In' thotr utoiu this
week to bIioW how good thU vibrator
EASY WAY TO LEARN' A5
l)y the nutuial inetho,) as taught by
Mr, Muthpwi ono can leuiu to np'i:ik
Flench or Oounaii in five weoks with
out any grammatical uilo.i or homo
study, or hard woik being uecessaiy,
Free lecturer at Iho Young hotel Thurs
day and FrldJ).
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone' your order to the
0ITY TRANSFER CO.
Jts. Hi tore.
BEVY OF. GIRLS '
The old Klnau wharf nt the font
of Fort street presented qiiiiii a fen
tlvo appearance yesterday inoinlllg
at sunrise. A hew of twentv mutti-
Itnu-nllni. ..I-I. 1 l , .. ,.
L.i. V i.i ' 7""u"""u "'" -
kets f le s, yve.e busy getting aboard
me Hukl Hllkl tu irn out to the
Cleveland to decurato the passen-
gers In true Hawaiian Btyle. On
the other side of the wharf was the
Mokolll, on board of which was the
committee of Elks and the declmo
club orchestra. The members-of the
Elks coinniittce were also ioaded with '
... ..u,ui in,.- t-uiuieuiB oi ineir
lodge, which they carried out to'dec-
orato tho vlsltlnu KIKh nnd the ladlei
of their respective households.
The names of the Elks committer
who were on hoard the Mokolll nre
as follows: E. A. Doutliltt. exalted
ruler; Charlie jtal. chairman of the!
decoration committee; E. H. Paris, I
chairman of the Elks tommltlce- J,
D. Dougherty, chairman of the 're-
ceptlon committee, . c. Huston,
secretnry of Elks Ilge 01(3; J. m!
Illggs, In charge of tho lm'irh Mo-
koiii, aim mi ill iJrunimond.
The Christian Endenvor party who
were on a separate launch also car
rled lela and emblem of thel,- hi
clety. Their names nre as follows;
Rev. Jloses Nuktilnn. nrestilent nf
tho Chrlstlnn Emlenvnr ltntmi nf ili'
Tcrrltory; Rov. Mr. Ebersole. assist-
unt pastor of the Central Union
church; G. W. Paty, president of tho
Oahu Young People's Union; Ilnrold
S. Clark, son of l)r, P. E. Clark anil
n teacher at Oahu College, J. P.
During the trip out to the Clcvo-
land, a wireless message was re-
eclved by J. I). Dougherty from J. I H'cver, after it big struggle the
Walter Doyle, stating that he would ",a" wu" landed in the police sin
be unable to go with the Elks auto tlt"'- where he refused to give his
party, as he had Joined tho Christian """lf nl"l Indulged In very had lati
Endeavorers. This message was re- K"1"-'1'. Ho will appear In court to
celved with much sorrow by his morrow morning, mid besides being
brother' Elks, but alt felt that he had
done the right thing.
The Intrenld. can-vine the nieni-
hois of the Promotion Committee ami
tho Royal Hawaiian Hand, was tho
first to clear from the docks. As
they approached the floating palace
the baud struck up n lively air nnd
played appropriate music, specially
arranged by Ilorr Ilerger, nt Inter
vals. The Mokolll was not b.ick-
waid, cither, as the declmo club
plajed nnd sang In a manner nttlng
lo the occasion. Crowds of tho
ClovelniidH passengers lined tho bill-
warks and grt-ejted Ihls famous cliiblW,ire .,'..,. .,, ", . ., ' ,,
with rounds of applause. L nK ' . , ?!' .
"Hello. Hill; Hello. Rill," was
Bhouted back and forth as some mem-
ber of tho antlercil herd was espied R,r- a,ui J,rs- Floyd Jarrett, Lewis
on tho vessel. Pretty girl passengers . burg, W. Vu.; Mrs. L. 8. Noble. De
waved flags and showed their appro- tiolt; Helen Sill, Tnntn, Egypt; E.
elation with biiiIIob for everyone. The1 A. lioussinun, Danburg, Conn.; Mrs.
Christian Endcavorltcs were presented Mttrcus Simpson, Poitland. Ore.;
ni fhiSi -!n"i motl? .Al"lm Cnrrl8 A. Ilolbrook, Portland, Oie.;
nn Mallhlnl, so that everybody on ... ... .. .... . . .... . ... .'
board was mnife the redolent of some
token of Ilnholulu'H liOBpltnllty.
Owing to tho heavy sea running ut
the lime, no mo was allowed to board
ine cievelsiid, much to the chagrin of nnd Mrs. E. C. Rldgman, Miss E. I.
all those good people who had von- Rldgman, I). L. Rldgman, Now York
tured out so far In tho launches. Noth-j city; General I.eFevrc, New York
"K''aun,en ''n6 "" w"'nI'',, City; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Kerwlck'.
the i faces of tho Hawaiian girls, anil oukliinil- W F Snv.ler Yonkers N
although these wero soon drenched to,?. K" ' ,, ,',! " ,y,, 'iiV
tho skin by'tpray from tho waves 'V. Mr. and Mrs d K. 1 larre Cleve
which at thnes swept their vessel. ,n'"1' ,.; Mis. J. M. Rice, lloslon,
they followed the Cleveland to lier Muss.; It. SI. Eastmon, Portland,
berth and set about their allotted task 'Me.; Miss A. C. Eastman, Portland,
of decorating Iho passengers with Me.; Mrs. II, L. Perry, lloston, Mass.;
strings of Ids which had been so F. P. Ilugbee, New York City; Mrs.
thoughtfully contributed by the Pro- E. a. . llendrlckson, Minneapolis,
n"o? nnn 6n ... u , M"'"-: J'1"" ''' llendrlckson, Mlnne-
Onco on hoard, tlif'task-of'segregat- ...Mj .nill. . (. ..., MrH , '
Ing tho varlousBoclotlos and nnlern ' r" "', MrH' ,' '
was quickly made. Visiting Elks were. Armstrong, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. E.
takon In tow by their Island hosts, ,Str,mB' " clty' ,,n'
ChrUtlan EndcavorltPB wore handled '
by their own people from the various THE PACIFIC MAIIi .Iner Man
chinches oMlonolulu. All wero quick- chnrla was delayed ln getting awny
ly on 'their way to the several meeting from Honolulu for San Frnnclsco this
places. Somo went In nutos, others morning owing to tho very largo
n private carriages', while the major-1 amount nf freight brought by this ves
Ity wore accommodated In special el for the Orient. The cargo left at
cars of the Rapid Transit. Honolulu 'amounted lo over thlrty-flvo
, On board the Cleveland lively music hundred tolls nnd Ifl considered the
was playod as tho guests wero being lurgest over left by u single vessel
decorated anil taken In'tow. Tho ship's hailing fronf Far Eastern ports. The
band of ten jiloccs pldycel lively and Alakea wharf 1b stll far from being
stirring music until the last of the' pas- congested despite the receipt of this
songers had landed. Rufus Cone of K'eat amount of cm go. Tho Man
Wichita, was one of a party nf ten chuila was schbduled to sail for tho
from this city of Kansas. He was cast ut 10 o'clock but her tlmo of do-more-
than delighted with the recep- parture wus finally postponed until
Hon tendered.hls party. He was ono noon. Tho Hawullun hand wub pres
of ninny who made the trip' to Darjeol- ent at Iho sailing and pioscnted n
iK, imiiu. io view i ne .snowy rango nf.uuo sciecuon or popular melodies,
thu Himalayas. I ' Bj
I THE SAILINO of the MatsOn Nuv
THE RESIGNATION of M. II. Igatlon liner Hlloiilun for Sun I-rnn-
Drilmmond .as cashier for the local
cusioniB Bervlce Is announced. Mr,
Drnnimond hag proved hlninelf a com
potent nnd obliging' olllclal. Ho will
take' up a lucrative position with Iho
firm' of Peacock' & Company of this
miL'l FTIN H8 PAV
English and American, Weaves.
W. W. ArtAlNA & co;
62 So. King. St.
U, t t 1 .. i
Something of the old "bluo Monday"
rfmosphero crept Into tho slock mar
ket this morning, though thero was
nothing of a terlous nature to disturb
the hii) ers. nor was thero any notable
fall In urlces. Most everyone was
watching for Ilia price of Olna, and
rattier surpilsed to note that the stuc'x
sold at i on Saturdf" wim dellv-
creel in the Board this .rnlng nt
r, S;8 a ten-chart lot. This means
ti,,,, ..nt..,,. fi... .,nai.ii.tnii t .i...
Indebtedness had been discounted, or
noire of the brokcm got facetious. Hh-
wnllan Comiuorclnl hold, strong at
38,5 Kn'a H0''l nl 34 on the board and
Jnnt.hau droppod back lo 29.25. Mc
Br,e "' "V"1".
,,ui. Somo or the buyers nre watting
to tee what the mldiltn of Polirnnrt
will bring forth nnd others nro too
busy with tourists nnd other things
lo tlllnk nbo"t the market.
TWO TOUGHS FIGHT
ON FORT STREET
"N'1 afternoon at mlf-past two
0'c,ocl;- n hurry-up cnll wim sent
,u ,,le I'""0 stntlon for some offlccrs
Io k" lo tl", comer or Port uml
,11,cl ,reels. where a couple of
,""l ""' "s""11!, u iiaiiig'iiio'jt
' uno "' "le me" wn,i Tommy Lane,
ne follower of the boxing game, and
tlle l,,an ,l1' mixed thlngsvwlth was
sall I0 "e n uildler. Tho two men
wcre lighting like dogs, and the po-
"Ce 0"lcer who arrested the alleged
ko1"1'".' "nil n tough time In getting
,''" -rlinor to the stutl6n. Three
"ccis had to take a hand In the
"n"nlr. and although I,aue went
'H'lelly, the other man put up a
fierce fight and soveral time kicked
"" "f lllH ollleers lu the lower part
' "1C ""!'
charged with drunkenness, will havu
' answer to u chnrge.of iisiaiiltlng
,m' police in the execution of their
AZEVEDO At Knllhl, January 23,
16H), to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Aze
vedo, a daughter.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
Honolulu tendered a lunch at the
Uoyn, nnwn ,,, , m
lnB Kll(PUV()rur8 of (1 CIov
n,l n,n ,.i ..ui.ii. ii, rn.
"' t '
Ml8a ' 'nc)". Santa llaibara, Cal.i
"" """ a"B' J- '" ''"". luronro.
-"' Mr- n'"' JIr8- " " "nrhyilf.
Hurllngton, In.; II. II. Hodell. Clove-
'""d- -S " LePevre, Sidney, O.; Mr.
C,8C0 '' sclieduled fort ten o'clock' to-
monow morning. The Hllonlan will
take a fair-sized genera) cargo, in
cluding sugar, bannhus, rlco and
pineapples, nnil n dozon or mora
cabin pnssongeis will voyage to tho
coast by the vessel.
fc'BllLL'ETIN ADR PV
in Handsome Grays
Made to your order, with fit and
A RRiVEa 1 1 DEPARTED
: " v :
Sunday, January 23.
Roiind-lho-world cruise Cleveland,
Gcr. Htinr., 5:30 a. in.
Manila, HougkoiiK mid Japap iwrtr.
Manchuria, P. M. S. S., 8 a. in.
San Francisco Nevndan, A.-H, stmr.
0:30 a. in.
Seattle and Sound ports Missouri'
nn, A.-IL stnn., 0:30 a. m.
Kuual Kirts Klnau, stmr., n. m.
Hnwall ports Nllhait, stiiir., a. m.
Mnlokul mid .Maui ports Mlkahnla,
stmr., a. m.
Kauai purls Keauhoii, stmr., a. in.
Monday, January 24.
San Frnnclsco NIpiKiu Marti, Jap.
stmr., 1:30 p. in.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Hongkong and Japan ports Manshu
Maru. T. K.'K.S. S,
Kona and Kan ports Maunn I.oa
Tuesday, January 25.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K
K. S. S.
Wednesday, January 26.
Manila Galveston and Denver, U. S.
S. on cruise.
Knual ports W. O. Hall, ntirfr.
Port Sun Lull Santa Rita, Am
I'or T. K. K, S. 3. Nippon Mnru
from San Francisco Jan. 24. For Ho
nolulu: Mrs. J. K, Ohl, Mlfs Juan
Ohl. Dale Carcltnn. Through: Miss
Sarah J. Ulako, I). Lang. Y. Murnl
Mrs. Y. Mural. Miss M. Tlnibel. K.
Wndamorl. Mrs. Anna II. Gensn, Rev.
A. R. Kepler, D. A. Wilson. Jr.. Mrs.
D. A. Wilson, Miss O, T. WooiK Ed
ward L. Ilaclimann, Miss Alice Drown,
Mlsp Maria lfrown, Henfy H. Damon
K. 11. Pnlle C. I.. Gamer Miss 8. E.
Johnston. Fred C. Lawrence?, Chas. O.
Lnwsnn, Rossltcr M. McCrono. Jns. A.
Robertson. Robert W. Rowo, Harry B.
Trawver. T. S..F. Noldeke.
For Snn Finiiplsrfi Ml.,,, M 1)
Adonis. H. W. Andrews, S. M. Arnold
Cant. P. V. O. Hell. M. T.Yli'sir. Ilev.
J. E. Cottle, A. Eyniael. A. Green-
bergor. Miss S. II, Hlgglns Major V.
E. O. Ilmsey T. Ho, P. M. A. Kap
porn. II. O. May. Mlsn Marjory May
.1. II. Mayer, Mis. I). II. Merrymnn
Admrlal A. P. Nazro. Mrs A. P.
Nar.ro, J, Carter Held. Mm. J. Carter
Hold, S. Sllveistnne, Mrs.' S. 81lver
stnno. Dr. O. C. Slinnis. E. I.. Sey
mour. J. G. Weir. Mlsn II. Westlirook
T. II. Yiiii. J. . Peters.
For Honolulu A. Uns, B .N. Hick
son. Mrs. E. N. Dickson. E. F. Illxon
S. Pretzfleld, Mrs. S. Prctzfleld.
Per P. M ,'. S. Munchurla from
Manila. Hongkong and Japan ports:
COTTON IS KING
ON NIPPON MARU
,, (Continued "Ftorri Page 1.)
China. He Is nlso lli nnl.ll.ilin.- nr
n dully paper which circulates both
ui ine unincBo cnpltul nnd also nt
Tientsin, some fifty inlleH townrds
eno searnnst. Mrs. Ohl Is accompa
nied by her daughtor. Miss Jonn
Ohl, nnd they will remain over nt
Honolulu for scvernl weeks.
Dale Cnrluton. who Is also ston-
ping over at Honolulu, Is a retired
merchant of Los Angeled. He will
muko an extended tour of Ida Is
lands before lontliiuliig his Journey
la mo orient.
I). ,A. Wilson Jr. Is colnt out to
Shnlghal as thu United States nmr.
shal at the China coast port. He
win ue attached to tho American
TWO I.AIinM fr..l..lil.,ru f Ik.
Amerlcan-IIawallan service hnvo nr-
riven ui the port. Tho Nevadan, from
Sail Francisco, rntim ,lnwn in . 111,1,'.
less thun Beven dayB und hroiight n
nirBe general cargo. Tne JIssourl'i,
another freighter. Imiu imm- d..i
Smtnil nnrto Tl.la .,.a..nl 1 1..1..
-......,...... . .., -.-, nua iruiKlll
from New York, via Teliuantcpec, Sun
riuiiLiscii, i-nriiunii, Heattlo and Tn
conin. Tho vessel will also discharge
Cargo' nt Kahllllil nml Hlln Tim mi...
soiirluu Is slated to take on n largo
nuipiiieiii 01 sugar at various Hawaiian
port destined for Sullna Cruz nnd the
Ilnwnllon Kennel Club will hold
their nnnuul nieotlnir Tnesdnv nvn.
Ing, 7:30, nt the offlcu of TomShnrp,
Mile building, for tho election nf
O. T. L1TTLEJOIIN.
At tho ndjourued annual meeting
or the Knplolnni Estnte, Limited,
linl.l ,1.1 .,,,1. .1 .a... ..
..-. .,, , .,i uujr in .iiuiiiiiry, rjiu,
the following were elected otllcers
ror the ensuing year:
Jonuli K. Knlanlnnaoln... .President
C. W. Ashford Vlce-Preslilont
Jesse P. Mllknlnnl Seprnlnrv
John F. Colburn Treasurer
Oliver K, Stlllinaii Audllnr
Tim II I st four of th nl.Mvn. in.
gether with A. N. Cnmpbell, constl-
eueu ino Hoard or Ullectois.
JESSE P. MAKAINAI,
Secretary, Kaplolani Estate, Lim
ited. Honolulu, January 24, 1910,
Monday, (Unitary 24.
, San Francisco Manchuria, P. M, 8.
S., 10 a. in, '
VESSEL3 TO DEPART
Monday, January 24,
South American porta Mnnsh.i
Maru. T. K. K. S. S.
Knual purtu-tNncnu, stmr., f p. in.
Snn FrnnclFCO Cleveland, H.-A.
stun., 5 p. in.
Tuesday, January 25.
Japan ports and Hongkong Nippon
Xlaru. T. K. K. ,8. S.
Snn Francisco Hllonlan, M. N, S.
S., 10 a. in. ,
Illlo via way ports Manna Kea,
stmr., noon. ,
Kauai ports Klnau, sthir., C p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., C p. in.
Per P. M. S. S. Manchnrlnfor Snn
Francisco, Jan. 21. .'Miss Grace
Power, P. M. Ilrlnckcrhoff, Mr. and
Mrs. Wetherby, Frank McDermuti.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. K. Henry, Mis.
T. G. Pliolps, Hon. W. II. Armstrong,
Mrs. James Armstrong, Miss Haw
kins, Miss .Ilensou, C. Ilensnn, Dr.
Armstrong Smith, G. S. McUiren. Mr.
nnd Mrs. P. C. Stone. J. I). Kennedy,
P. E. Ferguson. P. E. Snell, W. Fen
ner.'Mr.'niid Mrs. II. C. Kennedy,
MIbs Rose Elubeck, A. J. Mitchell,
II. A. Saxc, Mr. und Mrs. L. Aaron.
Julius Wnemser, Isanc Pollard, Mis.
Shotwell. Mrs. Hurnham, L. T. Kelt
bor. P. G. Damming, Miss Ruth Dem
tnlng, E. Pollltx, N. Cushlng, Mrs. I).
J. Hennessey, Miss M. Hennessey,
Miss K. Crnsby, Mrs. G. E. Rock
wood. G. H.ibson nnd wife, I. WoliT.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Ixnnls, Mr. anil
Mrs. W. J. Van Ilouten and Unci
children, Mrs. C. E. While. E. Mon-
dez do Leon, A, M. Margpnthaler, P.
II. Mullen, J. I. Godwin, J. C. Oip
page. R. F, llofrerninn, D. R. Young.
Allen Doonc, Miss Edna Kelly. W. I).
Lowell, Mrs. Lowell, Mr. und Airs.
I!. M. Carol, Mr. nnd MrB A. A.
Il.nluchey, Mrs. Itodger Wells. Mia.
S. D. Carylll, W. II. Haffncr, T. L.
MeyerB, A. W. Rice. A. T. Ornish;-,
Miss Flora McLnln, Mrs. Devlnellu,
Miss Al Clilpmnii.
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Hawaii
nml Waul, Jan. 23. Miss Miller. N, J.
Kllray, W. O. Miller. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Alexander, Mis Thompson. Mhs
Thutclior, Miss Prosser, Mrs. PrOsser.
Miss M. Medlll. Miss N. E. Roe, N
Churrh Mayer, Mrs. Mayer, I. K.
Kerf, Mrs. Kerr. a. W. Pcarey, Mrs.
l'earey, Chas. A. Staiitnn, W. II.
Hrndlcy, P. C. Atherton, Mrs. Ath
orton, Miss d. M. Atherton, Miss
Fllpmaii, Mrs. Atherton, Miss Crele
mnn, Miss Graham, Miss E. Cramer,
Miss Harriet Hitchcock, J. It. Cun
ningham, Win. Ilrltt. Mrs. J. E. Mil
ler, T. Miller. Mr. and MrB. II.-1".
Furninn, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy,
Mrs. T.1I. Llllle, two children, Stan
ley Stephenson, Fred Harrison, C, E.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco. Feb. 2. Miss Mark, Mrs. N. El
lison, A. T. Oimsby, MrB. Ormshy,
Chiiiiucoy Dewey, Mrs. Dejwoy, H. T.
Meioro. Mis. Moore, Mrs. A. F. Hlxon,
Mr. nml Mrs Germain, O. W. Urowu,
Mrs. IlroWn, Miss V. MacOregnr, Mrs.
E. MacOregor. MIsb L. A. Williams,
Rev. Wcstervelt, Mrs. Gross, Miss
Gross, a. Dctirflas Jones, V. Oiichner.
Per stmr. Muuna I.oa, for Kona
nnd Kau ports, Jan. 28, a. w.
Pearey, Mrs. Penrey, Mrs. Murphy.
Per stmr. Klnuu, for Knunl porta.'
Jan. 25. Rev. W. 8. Bhort, Dr. Geo.
Huddy, Miss M. Higgart.
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Jan. 27. Miss Allison.
Per M. N. 8. 8. llllonlnn, for Snn
Francisco, Jan. 25.- Miss K, Ronton,
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. .Moore, Mrs. and
Miss Fiissoth, Mr nnd Mrs. J. N. Har
rison, M, Snxby, E. M. Huckachmldt,
Dr. and Airs. L. McA'ahbn.
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Malls aro auo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohanfa Per Chlyo Maru, Jan. -28.
Vancouver Por Moann, Feb, S.
Colonics Per Mukura, Feb. t.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as follows:
Yokohama Por Nippon Maru, today.
Vancouver Per' Makura, Feb. 1.
Colonies Per Monnn, Feb, 5.
Uuford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15. .
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila. Dec 27,
Logan, from Manila, for llcnioliilu,
Thomas,' from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, arrived San Francisco fiom
Honolulu, Jan, 12,
IN FOREIGN PORT
Monday, January 24.
SAN FRANCI8C0 Sailed Jan. 23: I'
SChr. .Ins. Rolph. frtr lloncilpu. ' '
iiieni Arrivuu, ,iiin. zz;
I S. 8. Mnsundn, henro Jan. 5
.UAM l.-ll AKTmc.fl k ... . . "
.,r... . ..n,ii,uiv,u A I II Vl'll Jllll. H
8. 8. Alusknu. from Salhm Cruz
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 24. t
8. 8. Korea, hence jttHi jj,
o ' .
Tlttllptln Hlliia. nm... VII MmtM.
Bulletin Editorial EoomhoB 1M,
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