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BV1BN1N0 BTJLMCTIN. HONOLULU. T. !!., TUESDAY, JAN. 25, t910.
Hawaiian Second Degree
All visiting members ot the
Order nro cordially Invited to
iiiteuil meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
at a., l nan
7:30 P. II.
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciatioiis cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Merts ovcry Monday evening nt
30 lu 1 0. 0. I'. Hull. Tort Street
K. H. HENDRY. Secretary.
1 D. WIckc, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordlaly
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and 'third Fri
day cveulng at 7:80 lu K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ucretanlp, visiting
brothers cordlnlly invitcr'. to attend.
r. it. nooef.t, o. c.
R. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B; P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge, "No. CtC, (I, P. O.
fclks, meets In their hall, on King
Btrect, near F-jrt, every Friday even.
Ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
fnviteu" to attend.
U. A. DOUTIIITT, n. II.
H. 0. EASTON. Bcc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Mets every first nnd third Thurs-
Unys of each month nt KMghta ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
V. IliafllNS. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of oach month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucretnnlo, and Fort streets. i
Visiting Eaclcji uro invited to at
. , W. it. RILEY, W. P.
Vv'SI. C. McCOY, Sec.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Uoretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYI.OU, C. C.
U A. .IACOIIS0N, K. It. S.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Paciflo Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 1460.
White River Flour
C. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
CEO. A. MARTIN,
' FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
Business Suits for 25.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bctlicl.
The Industrial Editioc of the.
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
irady for wiailiB, fiO cents at B u 1
If. tin office, ' , , . .
WE HAVE WITH US
i ptosis t'Siifiv Wjf
' AT THC YOUNG.
Tuesdiy, January 25.
N, Frelnzhcimor, Lnhutm, Mr; nnd
Mm. H, W. Hills, San I'utiiUco, A.
Itos. AmtUidnm, llnll.m I
fondsy, January 24.
A. M. Todd, Wnlnlua.
Sunday, January 23.
U. Wllpll, Knual. .1. II Bole, Knunl;
W. W Wright. Kiuril. .Mr. nml Mrs. J.
Favoilh Kau.l, Mhs C. Fnvroth,
Knunl: Mr Wblnrd, Knual; Mr. and
Mrs. I) I. McLean Cleveland, O.;
Dr. E F ,lllv.tu. Vancouver. Wash.;
Mr and Mr P M Mtisser, Muscatine,
Iowa. Mr mid Mrs II. Galloway. Mem
phis, Tenn . Mr and Mrs. F. Jarrctt,
Wheeling Va., Mis. E. V. Prlco
mill maid Chicago. 111.. Mrs. Sarah
Horn, N' York City: 3. W. Strong,
Pnrid'sini A w v.i , Mr. nnd Mrs. L.
in it, ..,.. r-ll.-' -1. mi. r- . n T
.1,,r, left,, 11 .h PninlM. M rl P ...
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'linll .Mii1un,'Mnrs.; Mis. S. I. jCcliert
ijorn. lynclnnntl. O.
Saturday, Ji,,Uary 22.
Mnson, Kol .ua; p, WMIliiolt, Ko-
ham. Mi- nun Mrs. Trunk McDermott
Seattle, Mr. nml Mrs. J,T. Hoffermnn
Seattle; Mr. nnd Mrs. II. It. Ilegaul,
Kohala; S, Vtlnor, Sun Francisco; H.
Sane. San Francisco; Mre. Oj K. Mc
Donald. Vniicouvor, 11. C J P. II. Ad
nnw, Paurninciitn, Cnl.
Friday, .January 21.
Joreph McNeil, Ilrnolsiino N. Y,
I.. Klnslcr, W. II. llumphiuy.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Monday. January 24.
Di. 11. V. Shipley. Alpha. Mil.
Saturday, January 22.
l'.uos Vincent, Wnlliiku.
Trlday, January 21.
M. Jongeiieel, Withlnwa; Miss Oracu
Olsen, Kuhuku; AltsB Dwsmar Olscn
Thursday, January 20.
Mr. nml Mis. C. II. Olson, Kuhuku.
Sunday, January 16.
Charles W. Method. Wnlnaliii! .1.
Mrs. Montgomery S. Currey, San
Franclscu; MIsh K. II. tlortnn, Ilerke
ley, Cnl.; Mr. and Mrs. V. 1). Unwell,
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Hvory lmly who ileMrcn to keep up
hr nttracthn nppoiruiKP, while nt
tho Theater, intending Heceptlons.
when hhopphig, uhlln tiuclllng ami
on nil nccnslrjiiM hIioiiM curry in her
pume a booklet or Gouraud's 'Orien
tal Beauty Leaves. This is n dainty
little booklet of exquisitely perfumed
powdered lemes which uro easily re
moved nnd applied lo the hliln. It
is Invutuable when the fnce becomes
molbt nnd Hushed nud Is far superior
to n powder puff, as It doo3 not spill
und soil tho clothes.
It removes dirt, soot und grenso
fiom tho face, imp.iitlug u cool, del
luite bloom to Hie (otnplexion. Sent
I nnj "here on ictelpt of I'he Cents lu
stamps or coin.
F. T. Hopkins, 3" Great Jones St.,-
Dr. i:. S. Goodhue's bo M "Hn".i,ll
FlrBt," wlficli deals with tho nestlietlc
Bide of Hawaii, will be out in n few
weeks. It Is a c-ngpilton to "Ilcnoath
Hiiw'allaii'P.ilms and Stars." published
cocrnl yems ni;o.
Unlike I ho latter. It Is welt printed,
nontly bound In cloth, and beautifully
illustrated tioni sketches nnd photo
It seems thut the third book of thu
ssrles, "W'IMilif Ilawnllnn Ht4fs,"
which appeared In n Chicago magaztno
Inst year. Is to follow shortly.
DOES the .soap you
use rinse easily?
Yes? Then it
has at least one of the
qualities of a good soap.
Apply this test to
Iyory Soap. Note the
lightness and brightness
of the lather. Note also
how easily it is removed
-r-dip your hands in the
wash-bowl and off comes
994ASo Per Cent. Pure
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
nnd gold plated work.
k:inq, opp. alapai st.
Don't tramo all day in tearch ot
employment when you can tell thou
sands of ncoDle what you want, for
one cent a word, in tho classified col
umns of the Bulletin.
Automobile $4 per hour. Phono 6.
Call and sco Mlko Paton at the Rn
core. Flno copperplate engraving and
ptinttng nt lieakbuno's, Fart street, '
I'lO slc.il 'culture nnd massagv given
by Prof. Daron, 51, B2 Young Hotel.
Up till this morning, 484 automo
biles had lecn registered at tho po
It you want a good Job done. on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage. Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Htivo your hat cleaned. Wo can
make It look hh good ns new. Expert
Hat Cleaners, nop. Club Stables.
Time spent nt tho Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This placo it
sometimes known ns tho Two Jacfs
Cont your Iron roofs with "Arabic'
You will bo surprised nt Its. Cooling
and prescrvatho proposes. Ca'lfornli.
Feed Co.. naert.
All,01 Sllva was fined 7 nnd
C0.-iS ly Judge Atulrado this morning
at the police court, Sllva was con
victed (if assault nnd battery on an
Two Porto Itlcnn women and one
mnn ot the same nationality have
been charged under tho vng net nt
the police station. The case ngninai
them will come up for hearing to
morrow, and In the meantime ball
has Lcen sot at $100 ench.
A comi'OtllUo examination will lm
held Jnmiaiy 29 for the purpose ot m-
curlng cllglbles tor- thu position of
stenographer and typewriter for the
federal departmental nnd Philippine
sonlco. Applicants mus bo males
nnd all applications for examination
must be in by January 2.'.
At the inquest Into tho ucnth ot
Ah Sing, tho man who wns brained
with a cleaver, tho following ordlct
wns returned: "That tho deceased
met his death on tho twenty-third
day of January, 1910, from n cut and
fracturo of tho skull cnirteil by being
struck with a clccr In tho hnnds ot
one Four- Fook, nt Knpnlama, In Ho
nolulu, city undffounty ot Honolulu,
Territory of Huwnll."
An iicn face i:iKln wattli haH been
Inst. A icwnul will h'J jmI.I f'ir re
turn to this nirlc;.
Tho Owl Cigar will be found on sale
at all first class tobacconists at the
cents each nnd no better sinoko can
bo found for the money anywhere.
When your house Is In names. It Is
too lato lo Instil c. Don't put off life
Insurance until it Is too lato to get it
Hawaiian Trut Company, Ltd., agents
Prudential Insurance. Company.
Now is the time to make solid in
vestments In good ,rcnl estate. Head
t Iks nil or UUhop Tiust Co. in this is
sue und nolo the attractive 'offerings
therein noted. A consultation with
Illshop Tritlt Co's. real estate rrtan
will pioyo of value to you.
POLICE COURT WES
Tommy Lane and lCugeno Levctscn,
tho two toughs who created tho dis
turbance on Hotel and Fort streets
ycstanlny uttctnoan, appeared in court
this morning, utter a night in the rolls.
Lane was chnrged with drunkenness
and I.ovetsen with using profane lan
Doth men fought their oHsea, nud
both pleaded pot guilty. Lane stated
thut ho and Jim Qulun were always ut
loggerheads and that tho latter passed
remarks about him that rather hurt
his feelings. According to Qulnn's
story, Lnno used some flcrco language
to him and lu front f a. lot of tho
Cloveland tourists, called him bo mo
Judgo Andiado round Lune guilty
and sentenced him to sixty days Jail.
As tho prlboncr left tho court ho re
marked, "This Is fcomo tnoro of
Qulnn's pull.' Tho Judge culled him
back and said Hint lip felt vory llko
adding another ten dajs to tho ten
tciico for coiHempl of court.
Lev et sen wns also found guilty and
bentciiccd lo llilrty dus Jul!. Ho do
llied using any had langliugu till tho
pollro omrers grabbed him.
Chief McDurtlo gathered In four
"7.11" gnmblerB jestcrdny afternoon,
and thoy cnino by warrants Issued on
Information given by ono of tho
bunch, who war u pollen informer. The
quartet and several others who nuy
bo nnOsted this uftornoon, will uppeur
In court tomorinw morning.
Doctors Mnckull, Collins mid Kmer
Mill am to examine Fong Fook us to
Ills sanity or otherwise. Tho medical
men have already seen tho murderer
of Ah Slug, but ko far have not given
out uny opinion about thu mini.
THE FRKIGI1T list of tho'" InW-ls-laud
bleamer W. (I. Hull Ineliidcil Ifitm
Rjel.u j?. ,., l)r,'.i uacks L. A. nnd 2210
mekB II, A, biigar, brought from
Kau it portB on iho last voyago ot tho
vessel. The Hall was given n prompt
dispatch lo tio Garden Island uud sho
In expected In leturn horo tomorrow
with oil'lllloual shlpiiioiitB ot btigtir.
When you want to H
BM1GAG6 , ShiBoinar
i Bandied rieht. phone
CIIX XflHatJbB w, ,
Jas. H. tore.
Tllicnu WAS u v,lilc Nailfi1 if 1 In-
wall products nnlvlns nl pil-l I'll
morning by thft lnlcfnltiii tAier
Xtnnnn In, fmm Ulill, rttl 1 r tnrf !
Tho .ton'iuM hmiiriii 41 cb!i an 1 431"
Wl; liaeeengers and her enrsn rnn.",c ammm- "' ll "J"1"'" ,",ll1r,,
Mated of 134 sacks coffee, 43 HilcltM .. ,,, . i. n, ....... i
,...,. .,,. ,,. M ,rti,. ,.,,. SHHTINn MRN nro ujIIIiw mad on
laiocs vsr s.srs' c , ! srr
chickens, IK kilt ItldPs lOn idti(agds
Mtndrlw and on neck 2G head cattle.
The Mmm.H.oa met with considerable
rough weather on tho Inward trip and
In crossing the channel. There was n
northeast trade wind with heavy
swells along tho Kan coast, nccordlhg
to Purser FrMo.
THt: Cl.nVIXAND fa ono of' tho lat
est Hamburg-America Bteanicrs. She
Is equipped, with nil tho latest Inven
tions known to eteamrhlp builders. She
canles n c"cw of COO men, has n depth
ot 4H feet iili fiet more than the Min
nesota, in GC8 feet long and r,r,v1 feet
wide. The Cleveland has r jlasRciiRcr
accommodation of 3 SCO, which of
course Includes steerage. leaded ! as
she Ib with ballast she draws 23V4 feet
of water forwaid nnd 27 feet aft. Her
net tonnage Is 10 2(17. Tho Cleveland
Is tho liugest ui!fcI that ever1 tinned
through the Suez Canal ant Is the
largest pisienor rsel that'uvcr vis
ited the Far Kast.
Timni: IS little llkelliiond that the
Pailflc Mall liner Manchuria nnd tho
Hnmburg-Auierlca lluo bteamor Clove
land will Indulge In rny startling
hlirMs of speed on tho n.ng? up to
Snn Pranchco, Cn.il Is a nccessnry
fartor In the in iklug ot spool and this
commodity costs good niniicy.. The
fncl of the two big liners leaving Ho
nolulu within an hour of nich other
Is to well Informol shipping men. no
ground for the prediction that tho
btciuicrs will raco at Incikneck speed
to tho California port.
Tim Ni:V COMCT was seen by
the offlcors of tho Inter-lstnnd stoamar
Klinu while that essel was las lng off
wnlmea taking on sugar. Tho henv.
only stranger nppunrcd III the dlrcc.
tlou of the island of Nllhau and
showed up wllh considerable brilllau
ey. The comet was visible for about
a half hour before disappearing be
low tM horizon.
IIirAUINO A l-AIKIi: genei.ll riirgu
from New York l.i the Istl'iims nf To-
huantf'pi'c. tho Amurlcnn-IIavvalliin
freighter 4insk.u1 is reported by rablo
hs having arrived ut San Francisco,
This cssel will proceed to Puget
Sound ports beforo coming down to
Iioiiolulii. Tho Alaskan Is 10 sail from
San Francisco for Seattle on January
Till: l.'Ti:iWSI.AtfD steamer MI
knliul.1 brought in rases of honey, 100
Backs of em 11, 32 ciutes rhlrkeus, SS
packages ot KimdrieH and on 'derk 70
hugs us cargo front Mnul and Molokul
pons. Tho vessel will bo dlrpatchel
on (, return voyage to tho samo parts
at S o'clock this evening.
iinr.ll.ll.l ui.j ,.u uNiniimii
x. ,.n-f-tr-v nivo .. .. ....&........!
DAYS was consumed;
by the little cable .apply schooner In
making the voyngo from Midway ls-
. . . .... , , , .1
land to Honolulu, the vessel arriving.
at this port last evening. Ono passen
ger, P. J. Harwood, 0110 of the operut
lug bturr ut Midway, letiirned by tho
Tlin INTEn-ISLAND stenmor Ki
nnu will cull at tho Island of Nllhau
on her outward trip to tnko on hoard
the Aubrey Robinson family. Tho
Itoblnsons.havo been spending several
weeks at their largo estates 011 N.lhau
and thoy will lcturn to Kauai by tho
Klnau. N '
PURSER l!0UAN of the Inter-Island
steamer Klnau lias reiorlcd the fol
lowing sugar'awaltlng shipment on tho
Island or Knual: M..A. K., 2031; G. &
R., 8585; V. K., COOj K. K. n., 4850;
j McIJ., 4057; K. P., I860; P., G50; M. 8.
10., lu.suu; i, n. vju., ii;,uur,
THERE IS A LOT of Cblnoso Now
Ygai's Biipplles belng'shlpped to tho
otljcr Islunils iircparntory to tho great
Celestial fCBllvul. Tho Klnau and tho
Mauna 'Kea. leaving for Islnnd poits
today will tnka consldorabln shipments
of Chinese delicacies.
THE AMERICAN schooner Jnuios
Rolph Is reported to have sailed from
Sun Francisco for Ilonnlpu with gen
oral cargo destined for tho ngeiicy ot
Hind, Rolph &'Co, Thu vessel Is re
ported to have, departed on lust Sun
day THERE WAS but very llttlo cargo
(akon fr6ni this port by tho Japanese
liner Nippon Marti, which got away
from tho.poit for Japan and Hong-
Exclusive Patterns in Handsome Grays
English and American Weaves, Made to your order, with fit and
style unequaled. ,
W. W. AHA1NA' & CO.
0i So. King St. , j , . , 1 1 rw.. 1 Ho Branches.
SURE to have your
your order to the
kong shortly after H ."'clock this
niorlilliK. To lnmcr passetmcra
left tor the Orient by tho u-shel. Tho
Nippon Is tnUlntf out Im unuiudly
litrW.I slllptuelil (if CoKdll ilostlnod for
Hit) Japanoie rplnnlng mills. Tho vc
- '! also cntrlod ttptfelo an,! bullion to
between the Bluo Funnel line, which
runs (between Tncomn, tho Orient nnd
Liverpool, and the Nippon Yuscn Knl
sha, operating between SoJttlo nnd thu
Orient, lu which one hf the big Illuo
runnel vesteln Is classified as a Brit
ish tramp. The Nippon Yusen Kalsha
vessels are called Japanese liners. Tho
vessel referred to ns n tramp Is tho
Illuo Funnel liner C clops, built on the
same Unci is all tho rest of the Illue
Funnel liners, nnd one, of tho bent
Ji'elght carriers In tho world. Sho 'be
longs to a fleet ot steameis consider
ably larger than those of the Nippon
Yusen Kalsha line. Out of the sixty
one steamers In Iho Illuo Funnel licet
not ono Is n (ramp. I?vcry one Is em
ployed In a regular line ol trade, nn I
every one has n regular tchcdulo,
which Is novel iuvlntcd from.
A- CAItLKdRAM received ut Sail
Frnnrtco nt tho Murine Lxchniico
reporlcd that the Pacific Mull 'liner
Manchuria, bound from Nagasaki to
Kobe, In the Inlnnd sea of Japan,
had gone aground. The big vessel
was fast In tho mud for nn hour,
when bIic wns got off undamaged.
Captain Dixon is In eomnnnd. It Is
presumed Hint the Manchuria was
crowded fiom her course bv sam
pans, which nic numerous lu those,
waters nnd fiequeiitlj rnnse steam
ships lo goiiishoie.
Till! PACIFIC COAST Steamship
Company's steamer Governor will be
laid 1111 ut San l'iniiclsco for some
time to undergo repairs. Whllo tho
Governor Is out ot commission her
place will bo filled on tho San Frnn-tlcto-Pugct
Sound-San Dfego run by
Iho steamer Queen, When tho Gov
ernor Is lcpluced the steamer Presi
dent will' bo withdrawn to undergo
OWING TO 11 disagreement .be
tween steamship (ompantes and the
Immigration oflleers nt New York
over tho p.omnnt of hospital ex
penses for sick Immigrants, thorniu
panies Iuio been notified Hint exam
ination will bo made on shipboard.
nnd that the Imnilginuts found want
ing will be bent to tho ships Iioh
pllnl In bo enred for by tho ship's
A MYSTERIOUS 'wreck thieo-quar-torB
of n milt oft Iho mouth of tho
Qiilllnyhuta Itlvcr south of Capo Fini
tely, was reported nt Pint Townsond
nn December 29. The report was
brpuglit to Noah Hay by whllo men uuil
Indians, who statu ihut ut extreme
low tide ihreo steel masts uie visible.
Tho wreck Is suppose to be llpl of
tho nritlfh chip Mntterlinru.
Tilt- I.-I-I1TII IV.V.n hnvlm' tinon ,lln
....- ... ......n "-
, .., , ,,, uril.h .,1,1.. m.ltln
(Uat WM g,lftC), , h(f
vaihlPI Hltiu m lliu liavnivill iviian
Mg mornl)K T,)o Cc)tc chof g Aqw
Walklkl sldo of thu Hackfeld wharf
awaiting orders from the owners ns
to her future destination,
RICE TO THE amount of 171 sacks,
14 taeka bran, 00 crates cocoanuts,
and, 25 packages sundries, waa Includ
ed In 'the freight shipment brought to
this port by tho lntcrlslnnd steamer
Keaulioii from Knuat ports.
SUGAR to tho amount of 173G sacks
wna Included In tho cargo fiom Ha
waii ports brought to Honolulu by tho
Inter-Island steamer Nllhau, This ves
sel also brought GO head of cuttle for
tho local markets.
THE IIRITISH freighter Masund'a,
which rtlschiuged a shipment of Amer
ican coal nt Honolulu, brought from
Newport News, Is reported to have"
reached MoJI, Japan, on Inst Satmday,
INCLUDED IN Iho fiulght shipped
to Sun Fiuuclsco by thu Pacific Mull
liner Mniichiiiln, was about fifteen
hundred bunches of bananas, uud n
number of packages of sundries.
THE MARINE rdllwuy was clear of
vcsfoIs yesterday but It Is understood
thut ono of tho dredgers will soon go
on the wn)s fur a cleaning, lecuulklug
THE PACIFIC MAIL lliicr Kiiroii.
which Bulled fiom Honolulu for Iho Or
ient on January Mth, arrived tit Yoko
hama csturday, according to enhjo
BIM.I RTIN ADS.PAV
Mi i, mini ..--- - .
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JPhone 10Z. i ARRIVED DEPARTED
Monday. January 21.
Ban rianeUro Nippon Mnrit, T. I.
K. S. H., 1:30 p. in.
Mldwny Island Flaurenco
Am. schr., 6 p. in.
VESSELS, TO ARRIVE
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Monshu
Mnru. T. K. K. S. 8.
Wtdnesday, January 26.
Manila Oalvcston nnd Denver, U. S.
H, mi crillso.
Knual portb W, O. Hall, stmr.
Port San Luis Santa ltlta, Am.
Thursday, January 27, v
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlyo
Mnru. T. K. K. S. S..
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, January 28.
Snn Francisco lAlnmoda, O. S, S.
Saturday, January 29.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Sunday, January 50.
Mnul nnd Molokal ports MlkahaU
Knual ports Ktnau, stmr.
Monday, January 31.
San Francisco Slberln, P. M. 8. 8.
Wednesday, February 2.
Kauai ports W. 0. Ifall, stmr.
Thursday, February 3.
Hawaii nud Mnul ports Claudlnu,
Saturday, February S.
Hllo via wny portn Mauna Kea
Per stmr. Mmma Lou. from Knin
an I Knit ports. G. A. Hiirtmnii, Mrs.
Hurt mnn, Mirs I... A. Sturglbs, Mltia
M. Glddings, Miss M. A. Ileddcn, 13
II. Williams, Mrs. Williams, II. V.
Donnelly Jas. Unci Miss G. I.lno, It,
V. Hills. Mrs. IIIIIh Mib. Jan. Cowca,
II. .1. Ulngham. T. Llntoln, L. A. Quail'
urn, J. D. Pails. It. Hind, A. Shepard
Mis. Shcpaid, .1. .lohiihou N. Weeks
Rev. A. 8. Ilaker. J. Whltniarsh. W. J.
Yates, E. Paul, M. Sllva, W. II. Abbey.
F. S. Unncrolt.
Per stmr. W. O. Hal', from Kami
ports. Miss M. Illggart P. K. Paliin 1,
W. n. ilcllixle. A. Dal, , Mrit. R.
Fountain, Geo. N. Wilcox. Mis. Wide-
m?nn, Mis. Clirtitlan.
Ter stmr, Kcniihou, fnmi Kmnl
pints. Mrs. Julia Lota. Mrs. Jullj
Kuuvalu, Mrs. V, K. Samu;la.
IN PORFION PORTS
Tuesday, January 25.
GRAYS II AttuOtt Sailed Jan. 24;
Kchr. E K. Wood, for Honolulu.
LEITH Sailed Jan. 23:
Sp nenee Rickmers for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jnn. 23:
8. 8. Asln, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 23:
8. S. Siberia, 1 in., for Honolulu.
MAHUKON.Y Sailed Jan. 25:
Uktno. S O. Wilder, for San Fran-
HIl.O Sailed Jan. 24:
8. S. Muxlcin, for Sallua Cub,
Monday, January 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Ballod Jan. 23:
Schr. Jas. Rolph, for Hounlpu.
MOJI Arrived Jnn. 22:
S. S. Masunda, hence Jan. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 21:
S. 8. Alaskan, from Snlina Cruz.
YOKOHAMA An Iveil Jan. 24.
S. S. Korea, honco Jan. 14. ,
Saturday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jim. 21:
8. 8. China, henco Jan. 15. 1
SAN FRANCISCO Bulled Jun. 22:
8, 8. Alameda, noon, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Arrived Jan. 22:
8. 8. Columbian, from San Fran
cisco. YOKOHAMA Sailed Jnn. 21:
U. 8. Puclflc, Fleet, for Honolulu.
WIRELESS 8. 8. Nippon Mnru will
uirlvo frcnu San Francisco Monday,
10 a. 111.
Fruity, January 2'.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jim 20:
8. Si Wllhclmlna, from Newport
Thursday, January 20.
SAN FRANC.SOO Sailed I1111 11;
S. "8. Columbian, for Scuttle
kAHULUI Sailed Jnn. 19:
ltk'tn. Mnkawcll, for Port Towns.nd,
YOKOHAMA Sidled Jun, 13:
8. 8. Mnnshu Mnru, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 18:
8. 8. Chlyo Mnru, for Honolulu
SYDNEY Sailed Jan. 17
8. 8, Makuru lor Honolulu.
Tuesday, January 18.
8ALINA CRUZ Sailed Jan. 1C:
KS. S. Alaskan,' for San, Francisco.
BALINA CIUIZ Arrived Inn. 10:
8. 8. AlUounn, rroni Kui:ulil, lice
SAN FRANCISCQ-Arrlved Jun, IS:
Ilk. Kalplaul, hetirrt Der. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 18;
8. 8. Nippon Mum, Jun. 18. for Ho
nolulu. .Monday,. January 17. .
SAN FiUNCISCO-Satlcd Jan. 15:
8. 8. Nevadun, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS-Arrlved, Jun. 15:
,8. H. Lansing henco Jnn 4.
PORT SAN UJIS-Sullfil dull. Hi!
8, 8. Sanlii Murlu, for Honolulu;
THE MAUNA I.OA. tho Komi and
Knu lluor, Is bcheduled to sail for tho
windward of Hawaii nt inou 011 Fil
. T- -- s
IT BULLETIN ADS PAY "
Monday, January 24.
San Finnclsco Cleveland, Ocr. stmr
G f. m.
Suit Pipnciaco alnncliurln, P. M. S.
S., 5 p. 111.
Knual porliv-Mieal, stmr. 5:3? p. m.
Cleclo and ports Novadan .A.-H.
stmr., 5:30 p. 111.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, btmr., fi
Tuesda;', January 23.
San Francisco HlionliCi, M. N. 8. 8.,
Id n. m.
Japan ports and Hongkong Nippon
Mam, T. K. K. 8. 8., 11 n. m.
Hllo and wny ports Mnuna' Ken,
VE8SEL8 TO DEPART
Tuetday, January 25.
Knual porta Klnau, stmr.. S p. m.
Maul nnd Moloknl ports Mlkalmln,
ctmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, January 27. ,
Kauai orts W. G. Hnll stmr. ,Jt
Friday, Janurry 23,
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
8nn Francisco Chlyo Mnru, T. K.
K. S. S.
Kon.i and Knu ports Milium Lou,
Saturday, Jcnutry 29.
San Francisco Ncvadan, A.-H. 8. 8.
Monday, January 31.
Japan ports and Hongkong Slbcila,
P. M. 8. 3.
Ivuual ports N'oeaii, stnir., 5 p. nt.
Tuesday, February 1.
Hllo nnd wny portB Mnuna Kea,
Knunl ports Kliinti stmr., G p. nt.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mlkuhala,
slmr., C p. 111.
Thursday, February 3.
Kauai ports W. (I. Hall, stmr.
, Friday, February 4.
Mnul and Hawaii ports Claudlno.
stmr., 5 it. 111.
, Tuesday, February 8.
Hllo mid way portn Minimi Kea.
Kauai Kirts Klnnu, stmr, fi p. m.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 5 p. 111,
PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
rrr stmr. .Mauna Ken, for iiuwiiu
and Maul, Jan. 25. Miss Milter, N. J.
Kllroy, W. O. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.,
Alcimfder, Miss Thompson, JfUs'
Thatcher, JHss Prosser, Mrs. Prosper, j
Mlvu m' Kl.ttlllt ftllu., k-. w p.... 'v
Chureh Major, Mrs. Mnycr, 1. K.
Kerr, JIik. Kerr, (!. W. Pcnrcy, Mm.
Penrey, CIiuh. A. Stnuton, W. 11.
Ilradloy, F. C. Athcrton, Mrs. Ath
ertoti, Miss J. M. Athcrton, Miss
Fllpman, Mrs. Athcrt)ii,' Miss Crclo
man, Miss Graham, Miss E. Cramer,
Miss Han let Hitchcock, J. R. Cun
ningham, Win. Iirltt, Mis. J. E. Mil
ler, T. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
I'll nn nn, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphj,
Mrs. T. II. Llllle, two children. Stan
ley Stephenson, Fred llnnlson, C. E.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Illlonlan. far Sun
Francisco, Jan. 23. MIsh K. Renton,
Mr, und Mrs. II. T. Moore, Mrs. und
Miss Fassoth, Mr and Mrs. J. N. liar
rlion, M. Saxby, E. M. Hackschnildt,
Dr. and Mrs. L. McVuhon.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Muni, for
Japan portB and Hongkong. W. E.
Saner and Albert Dolgolm.
4. . 4.
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco. Feb. 2. Miss Mark, Mrs. N. El
lison, A. T. Oimsby, Mrs. Ormsby,
Chnuncoy Dewey, Mrs. Dowey, II. T.
Mooro. Mis. AIcorCi,Mrs. A. F. Dixon,
Mr. and Mra. Germain, G. W. Drown,
Mrs. llrnvvn, Miss V. MacOregor, Mrs.
E. MncOrcgor, Miss L.,A. Williams,
Rev, Wcstervclt, Mrs. dross, Miss
Gross, Q, Dcuglns Jones, V. Uiichuer.
Per stmr. Klliau, fur Knual porta,
Jan. 25. Rev. W. S. Short, Dr. Geo.
Huddy, Miss M. Rlggurt.
Per stmr. Muuna Loa, for Konu
uud Knu potts, Jan. 228. Mrs. Mur
phy. Per btmr. W. a. Hnll, for Kauai
ports, Jan. 27. Miss Allium.
Malls nro uuo ut Honolulu from
points ns follows:
San Francisco- Per Alameda, Jan. 28.
Yokoliiinui Per Chlyo Mum, Jim. 28.
Vancouver Per Moana, Feb. 5.
Cnlor.lc3 Per, Makura, Feb. 1.
Mails win depart tor tho following
points ns follows:
San Francisco Chlyo Mnru, Jan. 28.
Yokohama Siberia. Jan. 31.
Vancouver Per Mukurn, Feb. 1.
Coloulos Per Muuna, Fob. G.
Iluford.,nrrlved nt San Francisco frum
Honolulu. Oct, 15. '
Dlx, from Honolulu for Munllu; arrived
Logan, from Manila, Tor Honolulu,
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Hicthluii, ui r veal Ban Francisco fiom
Honolulu, Jun, i:,
THE AMERICAN schooner Uorcalls
has ubout completed tho dlscliargo of
11 shipment of lumber nud that lossol
vlll sail within n few days for Puget
Soiijid, Hiking lulluut only,