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KVRNINO BUU.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. THURSDAY. JAN 27. 1910.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All visiting members ot llio
Older are loidlally Invited to
nttend meetings ot local lodges
Meel on the
2nd nnd 4th
nt K. V. Hall
7:30 1'. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL A?SQIAT!0H. ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 lu I. (). O. l Hall. Fort Street.
I-J. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
, P. 1). Wlcko, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0A1IU IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first anil tlilrd Frl
Hay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort und lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttend.
VM. JONES, C. O.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
. HONOLULU LODOE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
Blks, meets In their hall, on King
Klrect, near Fort, every Frl'day even.
ng. Visiting Brothers uro cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTIIITT, R. K.
II. C. EASTON, Bcc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first aud third Triurs-
Bujb ot each month nt Knights ot
ryihliiH JJull. Visiting brothers cor
Blally Invited to attend. .
P. HIGGINS, Sachem.
1'.. V. TODI). C. ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd ami 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Uerctnnl.i nnd Fort streets.
Visiting- Eagles aro Invited to at
W. R. IULHY, W. P.
WM. G. McCOY, Sec.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
awning nt-7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to ut
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. 8.
Dr. J. II. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND 8URCJE0N.
Alaki'it St., -Mauka Fsciflo Club.
Office HoursFrom 10 to 12 j from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 690. Residence, 44G0.
White River Flour
0. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. .A. MARTIN,
f' FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
Business Suits for $25.
- REGAL SHOES
" , REOAL SHOE CO.
Kintc and Bethel.
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
I Mill office. V .. .. .
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Thursoay, January 27.
Victor V. Farrnr. San Fianelsco,
Wednesday, January 26.
i; E. Malllnm. Knital
Tuesday, January 25.
N. Fieliizheuner, l.nlu.liia, Mr. nnd
MrH H. W. illlls, San i-'iir.ilseo; A
litis, Amsterdam, llollaiil
Monday, January 24.
A. XI. Todd. Wnlalua.
Sunday, January 23,
C. Wllptt. Kauai: J. H. Hole. Kanal;
W. W. Wrlshi Kami. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Fmorth. Kan -1; Miss C Favroth.
Kanal; Mrs. Wlelinrd, Kauai; Mr, and
Mr. 1). 12 McLean Cleveland, O.;
Dr. 12. F IllMin. Vancouver, Wash.;
Mr. and Mrs P M Muster, Muscatine
lottn, Mr and Mrs. H, Galloway. Mem
phis, Teim . Mr. and Mis. K, Jarrelt,
Wheeling. W. Vn ; Mrs. E. V. Price
und maid, Chicago. III.; Mrs. Sarah
Diirn. New York City: O. W. Strong,
P.irkesburg VI. Va ; Mr. nnd Mrs. L.
V llladei. Elizabeth City, Or.; G. U
Moirlsun. Filth Cavalry; Mrs. C. E.
Hall Maiden, Mats ; .firs. S. I.. Echcrt
Diirn, Cincinnati, O.
Saturday, January 22.
A. Mason, Kolmla; P. W. lllnett. Ko
hnl.i; Mr. nnii Mrs. Frank McDermott
Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Iloflermnn
Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. 11. It. Hegaul.
Kolmla; H. Ptlscr, San Francisco; II,
Sane. San Francisco; Mrs. (1. K. Mc
Donald, Vancouver. II. C ; F. II
niiiK, Sncramsntn, Cat.
Friday, January 21,
Joseph McNeil Brookii" N. Y
I,. Klnsler, V. II. Hiinirliiey,
Thursday, January 20.
I, Weltizhelmer. Lahnlnn: E. Krnse.
Lnhalnn; II. H. Hogerup. Wulliiku; S.
C. Tnylnr; K. .1. Zeolttltz, Lnhalua;
Dr. and Mrs. I.. J. McMnhon. San
Francisco; Fled Jameson, Fred S.
Shoiii ,San Francisco; II. A. Poarce
San Francisco; J. M. Duckworth, San
Francisco; Mr. and Mrs., Cfiarles Ol
iver, I.os Angeles; C. M. Penlston.
Wednesday, January 19,
F. Crnwfotd, Lilnie; Mrs.
Smith, Chicago, 111.: Mrs. II,
Lewis, Salt Lake City.
Tuesday, January -18.
A. W. Eanics, Wnhlawa;
Wormser, San Francisco.
Monday, January 17.
C. J. Schoeulng, Mrs. J. Schulniolst.
Sunday, January 16.
T. llrandt. Walmea, Kauai; W. T.
McBryde. Wnlaha; Capt. Jnjin Morons
U. S. N. Kiikul; Irving W. Klsli, liana"
lei, Kauai; Mr, and Mrs. Watt, City.
R. A. Wndsv.nrth. Wulliiku, Maul;
John T. Molr, Fapaiknu; Julius
Wormser, San Francisco; 1). E. Motz
ger, Hllo; Mr. 1.. Aelon, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. John Jay lllnks and maid,
New Bedford, Mrs. CIiph I'unienux,
Hllo; II II. Elgin, Mahukona; Ernest
Mgs.es, Hllo: W. O. Aiken. Mnkawao
Maul: Mr iin.l Mrs, W. A. Armstrong
Philadelphia Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
I.oomls. Seattle, Wash.; E. A. Wy
man, YVcnatcbce, Waih,; Horace John-
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Thursday, January 27,
Peter Illelil, -Schoflcld Barracks.
Wednesday, January 26.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Davis San Fran
Monday, January 24.
Dr. B. F. Shipley. Alpha, Mil,
Saturday, January 22.
Enos Vincent, Wulliiku.
Friday, January 21,
M. Jongcneel, Wnhlawa; Miss Grace
Olson, Knhnkii; Miss Dagmar Olsen
Thursday, January 20.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 11. Olsen, Knhiiku.
Sunday, January 16.
Charles W. McLeod, Walpahu; J.
Mri. Montgoinory S. Curroy, San
Frauclhen; MIsh E. II. Hortiin, Berke
ley, Cnl.: Mr. mid Mrs. W. I). Lowell,
AT 3 O'CLOCK
Tho Novadan, dm American-Hawaiian
liner, will bo dispatched for San
Fiunelseo nt 3 o'ek-k tills afternoon
taking a number of ca(.HQ passongers,
and n largo general shlpin'it of Ha
waiian pioiluets Including sugar for
Const lellneries, nu well ns consign
iiients of tinned pineapples, und ha
mulus. Tho Nevndnn liasi Just completed tho
illschmgo of a big shipment of mer
rhnndlso binught down fiom the
IT IS TODAY
nnd Friday that Mr. Mathews gives
fieu lertures nl tho Young hotel on
"How to leant French or (Ionium In
fiui weeks." I0;3() a. m., 4:30 nnd
8 p. in.
RICE III Honolulu, Jan, 27, 1910, to
Mr, ninl Mrs, .1, E. Rico, twin glils
BULLETIN ADS PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't tramp all day in search of
employment when you can tell thou
sands of people what you want, (or
one cent a word, in the classified col
umns of the Bulletin,
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phono C,
Call nnd see Mlko Paton at the En
Fine copperplate engraving and
pilntlng nt Heakbane's. Fort treot.
It you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take, It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St. ,
Hao your hat cleaned. Wo can
make It look as good as new. Expert
Hat Cleaners, oop. Club Stables.
Time spent nt the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This place It
sometimes known as the Two ,loe,:s
Phone 3 nnd ask for Manuel Illeliard
when you want an automobile. Seven
scaled Chalmers-Detroit, late model.
Tho Central Union Christian En-
deavorcrs will give n social In the
parish house tomorrow evening at
Ben Kahen appeared In court this
morning on a charge of larceny, nnd
u,,h .., v.. ...hi- ... ............
the case being prou,l against him. he
was fined 15.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will ba surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., ngents.
A lecture on Faust will he given nt
the Kllohanu Art League next Satur
day eumlng by Professor Buckner.
Illustrations will be shown,
N. Olmstcad, John Nelll and W. J.
Moody were among the passeugeiB ar
riving from Hawaii ports this morn
ing by the steamer Claudliic.
Sol Kjioa was loaded for fair last
night ninl this uioinlng faced Judge
Andrnde, who suggested that Sol
should dig up five bucks for tho of
fense; Sol dug.
Win. Rice Jr. Sheriff of tho County
of Knual Is visiting In town en iul
ness. Ho will probably leave this af
ternoon for his homo o.) the "V. 'J
Hall sailing nt S o'clock.
Mis. W. C Ilergln Is expecting her
sister, Mrs. Annie Kinney, of Pasa
dena, on the Alameda tomorrow morn
ing. Mrs. Klunoy expects to stay In
Honolulu for n few months.
A. K. Ozawa, for many years Japan
ese labor agent hero, and who Is now
studying law in tho Statui Is expect
ed to roturn to Hawaii some time In
July. Upon his arrival hi will open
a law office,
K. Imanlshl iinn-er of tmi Yoko-'
hama Specie Bunk In Nt York will
pass through here lu M.iiel- on his
way back to Japan. Hm will bo ac
companied by Mrs. ImatiUlil who Is
widely known heiei
All the members of the Maul Chris
tian Endeavor delegation who tiro still
In town went down to Ewa'lhU mim
ing as guests of the Ewn Christian
wnllan Idau this nfternum in lh..r
honor. Tho Maulans will return .it 5
Most of tho tlmo nt tho Pollco Court
this morning was taken up by the
Chlneso assault nnd ballery case that
has been dragging its weary length
for some days now. There is n pos
sibility that tho matter may ho' finished
FInu saddlu and driving horses for
hire. Rigs ot all kinds, 1128 Kurt
street. Telephone 11)9. Club Stables.
If you want expert advertising ad
vice In plnclng your advertising ap
propriation comuilt Tlie Chas, H, Fraz
'ler Co. Phone 371.
Hnvo you tried Rumford Baking
Powder? Only 35c the pound at Henri-
May & Co.'s and guaranteed to glvo
satisfaction. Phone 22.
Riibcrold tooling is absolutely water
proof nnd file and ncld resisting. Low.
ers & pooko will bo pleasod to glvo
you samples and explain Its advant
ages as a roofing material.
The French Laundry, 258 lleretanla
street, will send your'faded clothes to
the F. Thomas Dyeing Works, 8an
Francisco, who ate scientific dyers do
ing work under sanitary conditions.
Call at Hawaiian News Co. and
hear tho now Hawaiian tecords for
the 'Edison phonograph. They aro
something extra and come In the gold
moulded and amberol qualities of rec
ords. A eyko print has quality and rich
ness that iuiIs It in a class by Itself.
Dovcloplng, pilntlng enlarging and nil
branches pf commercial photography
nt Oiiney's Ltd., Fott noar Hotel
When you want a real stylish suit. of
clothos, a suit that will nt properly
nnd not have tho linos of Chlneso
tailoring all over It, call ut Sllva'a
Toggory nnd get a suit of Hart, Schaf
flier & Marx clothes.
Regal shoes In the latest styles now
being shown at Regal Shoo Store. You
who hnvo been payjng from flvo to
Koven dollars for shoes, c'all at Regal
Shoo Store and see, how much bettor
you can do fur $3.50 nnd $1.
Tho -big sale of "Vltullto" bath scuffs
forced Mclnwrny's Shoo Store to send
In a cable ordoi-fur un additional qun
Illy. Thesediave jnBt arrived and uie
eonifoituble and sanitary, Onco "Vita
lite" no more Chinese slippers. tl.GO
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
NOTICE TO MARINER:
ANO NUEVO ISLAND, CA1..
Notice Is heroby given that on J.Ui
uary 10, 1910, the 12-Inch s earn whit
tle nt Alio Nuevo Island Light-Station,
California, was replaced by n fi-lp.eh
compressed air siren, lo sound linn:
Blast, 2 sec ; silent Interval, 3 cc;
blast, 2 sec.; silent Interval, 30 sec.
Ily order of the Llglit-houseBoard
THE VOLUME of shipping for the
Port of Seattle for 1909 materially,
exceeded that of 1908, as revealed by
the annunl report of Harbormaster
Spauldlng. Last ear the total ar
rivals of vessels Is glen nt 1347,
with a total net tonnage ot 2.487,-
351 tons, ngalnst 957 vowels, with n
total tonnage ot 1,720,408, In 1908.
- ,.,.ii ,..i
Departures last ,ear totled 1338,
' tonnage of 8. 1 , . 0.3J3 against
' ,l,e preceding oar, with n ton-),,,
' ot 1,(158.22!. Foreign Imports
last year were 128,104,911, against
S23, 805,727 In 1908, the largest In-
irense ocmg irom uie uritrm, r .-,,.
elgn exports totaled .-..
1909, nga ns 18.413.,3 he H -
voiis year DonK-stlc mportsit Se-ju,
attle for 1909 totaled $.l3..l03,r.08,
against 133,849,343 the year before.
Domestic exports showed an incicnsn
from 147,129,109 In 1908 to $53.
303,611 n 1909. The passenger
traffic also showed an extraordinary
Increase during the last ear, canned
by the Alnskii-Yukou-Padllc Exposi
tion. The number of Inbound pas
sengers In 1909 was 2,709,803, und
outbound 2,370,072. For the pre
ceding jear the passengers number
ed, Inbound 1,421,035, nnd outbound
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer
Claudlno, from Maul and Hawaii
ports, arrived this morning, bringing
as' cargo 17 plies, 75 sacks corn. 25
sacks ytatocs, 94 balc.4 hides mid 170
packages sundries. Tho vessel met
with some veiy lough weather on tho
outward trip, which prevented work
ing cargo at Laiipahochoo nnd other
ports. The return voyago wub nineli
more pleasant and the steamer mndn
all her ports of call.
ROUOII WEATHER was In tho
main rcsponsIKo jor tho delay In tho
Mation Nnvlgatloit liner l.urliuo In ar
rival at San Francisco. The vessel
was eight days In miking tho trip,
sailing here on tho afternoon of Jnnu
ary 18th and arriving nt tho Califor
nia port jesterday. According to tho
new schedulu of sailings tho Lurllira
Is scheduled to sail from Snn Fran
cisco on February 2 nnd should nrrlvo
hero on Fcbruary-9.
A PLAN TO WIND up the affairs of
the Metropolitan Steamship Company
of Boston, by tho sale of Its four
freight steamers and the transfer of
tho turbine passenger boats Harvard
and Yale to a now Pacific Coast line
was announced on December 24 by
John W. McKlnnnn nnd tho Assets
Rellzntion Company, the legal purchas
ers ot the property nl tho recent fore
A CABLE received hero Is to the
effect that tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Columbian has sailed from
Seattle, with destination ns Honolulu.
This vessel Is bringing general cargo
from New York, transhipped at Te
liuantepcc, also consignments of
freight horn San Francisco. Portland
and Pugct Sound ports. Tho Colum
bian should nrrlvo here on or about
TWO FAIR-SIZED BrltMi tramps
have been fixed by the United States
Navy Depattmont to rarry coal car
goes from Atlantic Rnngo to" tho Ho
nolulu Naval Station. Tho vessels ore
tho frelghtor Roscbnnk, Jminury load
ing, and Olenshcll. to load conl In Fob
i uary. Tho shlpinontn to nrrlvo by
these vessels will servo to roplenlsh
tho depleted slock on hand nfter the
lloet has coaled here'.
THE CHARTER of tho Kona, n
well-known American schooner of
the Hind, Rolph & Co. line, to carry
lumber front Eagle Harbor to Cali
fornia, Is announced. The Kona, In
command of Captain Hansen, sailed
from Port Ludlow Oclobor 18 nnd
arrived at Honolulu prior to Decem
THE STEAMER Kentucky) recently
purchased by tho Alaska .Coast Steam
ship Company, will leave tho Atlantic
eaily In Jaliimr;' for tho Pacific Coast.
Sho Is also being boarded up astorn
lu readiness for her trip around Capo
(.Horn. Tho vessel will be brought out
by Captain Frunk 8, Moore,
, FINE WEATHER, light broozo and
smooth sea lias been encountered by
tho Oceanic steamship Alamoda, which "nlWIn Tldltnrisl Room Phnn 181
Exclusive Patterns in Handsome Grays
. English and American Weaves. Made to your order, with fit and
W. W. AHAIXA & Cq.
, 02 So, Kingflt. - - ti.- oBrwchM..
flwng; reported ns being 744 miles off
ine.,Dort at s ocock asi evening
Tho wireless which has been iccflvcil
by C. Brewer & Co., tho local .ngfenta
predicts that with the picsent fjivor
able weather the Alatliedn will arrive
at Honolulu about 9 o'clock on Friday
miirulug. , '
IT IS REPORTED that tho Cnnad-iJii-AiiMrallnn
liner Makur.-i, from Syd
ney by tha way of Suva, Is behind her
r,KMBr chedule In ilepaiture from the
1-1JI port. The Mnktira has the ropu
lation of being a fast boat however
nnd her arrival hero by Wednesday
morning Is predicted.
CASTLE & COOKE, the local agents
for the Matson Navigation liner HJ
Ionian, have iccelved n wireless to
the effect that the vessel at 8 o'clock
"" b.-hiu .ina nines on me pori
on rou(e ,u gaa ,,,., RteamIIB
,h NorllleMt ,rni,c, ,, ,,,,
last evening was 388 miles off the port
HAV1NO COMPLETED the dis
charge of mainland cargo nnd taken
. r,,,,.!.,,,.,,,,,,, , ,,.
refineries, the Matson Navigation
chBrlerei, frcsMcr ,. K r rt ,
,mv alte(I fnlm fn'r Sa ,
Kranclscc ) yesterday.
IIII.O SHIPPING on.laat Monday In
eluded tho harks Saint Katherlne
Olympic. Annie Johnson, tho schooner
Aloha nnd Btunmers Mexican und tho
Khterprlse, nceordlng to n report from
Purser Khlng of the steamer Clniidlne.
THE TOTAL number of steam-
ships lost, condemned, etc., from
April 1 to .June 30, 1909, iic-oiiIIiik
to Llnjd's, was 39. of a tint tonn-igo
ot 46,zi,.i. l-orty-nlnn sallliic ves
sels, ot 30,751 tuns, were lost.
THE AMERICAN baik Allen Hesse
still icmalUH nl tho port pending the
securing of n larger shipment of-scrap
lion. The vessel Is believed will get
away for Renondo. Calif., by the first
part of next week.
UNITED STATES Supenlslng In
spector Bcrmlngluim has untitled tho
locnl Inspectors at San Francisco
that first mates nn stenin schooners
must bo given u halt-day's rest un
THE NEW SYSTEM of account
ing, which litis been tried nut and
proved n success nt the Boston nnd
New Yoik navy janls, was put Into
effect January 15 nt the Puget Sound
THE AMERICAN schooner William
Olsen Is reported to hnvo sailed from
Oray's Harbor for Honolulu with n
Milpnicnt of lumber.
John W. Calhcart, City at.d County
Attorney, has been grunted an exti.ii-
rlon of his leave of nbsenco ot thirty
Tho matter was passed u..rn by the
Supervisors nt today's meeting. At
torney Cathcart Is now on tho iinl.v
land nnd ho linH wrltlcn tliti' hp has
been unavoidably detained but would
prouauiy return to Honolulu by the
Alameda duu lo nrrlvo hero on Febru
COUNTY SOCONS PASS
LABOR PAY ROLL8.
Labor pay rolls and oilier Items of
oxpenso were passed upon by fho City
nnd County R(mril f Supervisors at
a special meeting held ut the city hall
Claims presented Included nubile ox
pendltiires, by Logan; roads, bridges
mill parKs, by Qiunni police depart
Iliuiit, by Cox: tiro dennrtment. bv Av.
lutt, and Sanitation nnd , Health, by
SPORTING EDITOR DENSHAM
TO GO TO THE COAST
"Jack" Donshnm, sporting editor for
a morning papor. has booked for San
nuiiciscoi iij- tne Oceanic steamer
Aiamciia, leaving horo on noxt Wed
nesday, Dciishniu, accompanied fy
Mrs. Denshani, will piobably make
their future homo on tho Pacific coast
ho having teeolvod n 'flntterlng offer
to enter joutn.illsni there.
Clerk Kalauokalanl of the City and
County Board of Supervisors has been
Instructed to take necessary slops to
wards the renewal .,( the Insurance
carried upon the offlco furnlturp and
fixtures in thB city hall. A losoli.llon
to this effect was passed nt (lu. moot,
fng of the city fathers today,
Bulletin Bnsinent nm m... na
! ARRIVED 1 I DEPARTED I
TlinrBil.iv. .InnuaVy 2
Hawaii and Maul port Claudlne
stiur., a., m.
fl 11 VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Mansht:
,Inru. T. K, K. 8 S.
Kurt San Luis Santa Rltn, Am
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Chlyt
Mam. T. K. K. S. S.
Friday, January 28.
Manlln Galveslon nnd l)ener, U. S
S. on cruise.
San Francisco Alameda, O, S. S.
Saturday, January 29,
Hllo vln way ports Mnunn Kea
Sunday, January 30,
Maul and Moloknl ports Mlkahnla.
.Katint ports Klnnii, stmr.
Monaay, January 31.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. 8
Tuesday, February 1,
Australian poits via Snvn Makura
C.-A. S. S.
Wednesday, February 2.
Kauai ports W, (1. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, Tcbruary 3.
Hawaii ami Maul isirts Chiudlnc
' Friday, February 4.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Asia
P. M. S. S.
Saturday, February C,
Hllo via way irts Manna Ken
Victoria and Puget Sound Moaiia. C
A. 8. 8.
Tuesday February 8.
Snn Frandtco-i-Clilnti. P. M. 8. S.
Wednesday, February 9.
San FrnncUco I.urllno, M. N. 8. S
Saturday, February 14,
Sen Frnnclseo Manchurln, P. M.
Wednesday February IB.
San Francisco Wlllielmlna M. N
Friday, February 18,
San FrnnciKo Alameda, O, 8, 8.
Hongkong and Japan ports Mon
golla, P. M. S. S.
Sunday, February 27,
San FinncKci) hud Seultle Illlon
Ian, M. N. S. 8,
I IN FOREIGN PORT 1
Wednesday, January 2D.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 20:
S. 8. l.urllne. hence Jan. 18.
ORAY'S HAKROR RnllPil Jan. 16:
Sthr. Win. Olsen. for Honolulu.
Tuesday. Janusrv 25.
URAYS 11 Alinou Sailed Jan. 21 j
Schr. E K. Wood, tor Honolulu.
LEITH Sailed Jan. 23:
Sp Ileiieo Itlckmers, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 25:
S. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 21:
a. . Hllierla, 1 p. in., for Honolulu
MAHUKONA Sailed .Inn. 25:
Ilktno. 8. O. Wilder, for Snn Fran
HIL.O Sailed Jan. 24; f
8. 8. Mexican, for Sallnn Cruz.
Mondav. Jaruiarv 94
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 2.1:
Schr. Jns, Rolph, for Honnlpu.
MOJI Arrived. Jun. 22:
S. S. Masiinda, henco Jan. 3,
SAN FHANClSCp Arrived Jan, 21.
a. a. AiasKnu. irom Hiiiinn umz.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 24.
9. S. Korea, hence Jan. 14.
Saturday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlvcd Jun. 21:
S. S. China, hence Jan. 15.
8 AN FRANCISCO-Slilled Jan. 22:
S. 8. Alameda, noon, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Arrived Jan. 22:
S. 8. Columbian, from San Fran
cisco. YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 21:
U. 8. Paeltlc Fleet for Honolulu.
W1RELESS-S. S. Nippon' Maru will
nrrlvo from 8nn Francisco Monday
10 a. m.
Friday, January 2'.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrltod Jan 20:
S, 8. Wllholniliia, from Newport
Thursday, January 20.
SAN FRANC. SCO Sailed Inn. in-
S. 8. Columbian, for Honltlo
KAIIlJLiH Sglled .Inn. 19:
Rktn. Makawoll, for Port Towns.Tid
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 15:
S. 8. Mnnsliu Maru, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 18:
8. 8. Chlyo Mnru. for Honolulu
SYDNEY Sailed Jan. 17:
h. s. Makurn lor Honolulu.
Tuesday. January 1B.
8ALINA CRUZ Sailed Jan, Ifij
S.- 8. Alaskan, for Snn Franelst n,
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Inn. 10:
S. B. Arlzonan, from Kaliuliii. Dec
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved Jan. W;
UK. Kaliilanl, henco Dec 30
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Dec. IS:
S. 8. Nippon Maru, Jan. 18, fm Hn.
Monday, January 17,
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Jn. B-
8. 8, Nevadan. for Honolulu.
PORT 8AN LVIS-Ai rived, Jan. 15:
S. R, Lansing henro Jan 4,
PORT SAN LUIS-Sallod Jan. 10:
8. S. Snnla Mai In, for Honolulu,
Saturday, January 15. '
SEATTLE-Salled Jan. 14: ,
8. 8. MIsEoiiiiiui, for Honolulu.
IIILQ Aitlved Jan, 12:
Bk, Annie Johnson, from Snn Fran
cisco, 11 days,
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'.weunesuny, January .u.
Knliulul nnd Islntul ports Missouri
an, A.-H.. stmr.p., m. ,
Thursday, January 27.J
Kanal iiorts W.- O. Hall, tmr., 5
Friday, January 23.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlno,
San Frnncltcd-Chlyo Mnrfl. T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Kona nnd Knti ports Mnilua l.oa,
Saturday, (January 29.
San Fraliclspo Novadan, A.'II. S. 8.
p. in. i
Monday, January 31, ' t
Jupan iiurts'nnd Hongkong Siberia,
P. M. S. S. ' i
Knual ports Noeaii, stmr., '5 t, m.
Tuesday, February 1.!
Hllo and way ports Manna Kea,
'tmr., noon, j ' )
Kauai ports Klnnu.'slmr., 5 p. in.
Maul nnd XJoloHnl' ports Mlkahahi.
stmr., 5 p. m. 1
Victoria and Puget Sirin.lj iiorts
Makura, C. A. S, S. J
San Fi-anrlsco Altifncilafb, S. 8.,
10 n. ni. , )
Thursday, February 3.
Knual ports WJ O, limj, sfmr,
Friday, February 4.
'Maul and Huwjill pnrtti Clau.llne,
tmr.. 5 p. m. r,j 4 .5
Kan Franclrro-i-'ABla. P. 1. S. 8.
Saturday, February G.
Aurtrallau ports via Suva Mo.tiu,
3. A. 8. 8. '
Tuesday, February 0.
Hllo and way portn Mauria Kim,
itmr., noon. f,
Knual ports Klnm, i-tmr, p. in.
Maul ninl Molokal isirls Mlkahuta,
itmr., 5 p. m. t
Juinn piu In mil HiiugkouQ China,
P. M. H. S.
Monday, February 14.
Jrpan KirtB nnd Ilongkoifg Mnn
eliiirln P. M. 8. S.
Wednesday, February 6.
San Francisco l.urllne, M.vN. 8. 8.
Friday, February 18j
San FranclECO Monyolln PJM. S. 8.
Friday, February 25,?
Snn Francltco Wllhelnilnli, M. N.
S. 8. . 5
-Mhlli a'riHiiiio n't llonohVu from
Kiluts ns follows: 'J.
ian Franc l-riv-Per" Mffrnella'Jan. 28.
Yokohiima Per Chlyo Main. Jan. 28.
Vancouver Per Mpijpa, Feb, 5.
Jolor.les Per Makura, Feii. 1,
Malls will depart tor the following
mints ns follows:
3an Franelsco Chlyo Maru, Jan. 28.
Yokohama Blbeila. ,Jan. 31,
Vuncouver Per Mukiira. Feb. 1.
Colonies Per jnoa'na, Fob. ,5.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. f
luford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15,
Dlx, from Honolulu for Mnnlln; arrived
Ixignn, froii) Mnnlla, for Honolulu,
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, nr'rivcd San 'Frnne.laco fmtn
, Honolulu, Jim. 12.
I PAS8ENGER9 ROOKED l'
Per O. S. 8. Alnmodn. for Snn Fran
cisco, Feb. 2. Miss Mark, Mis. N. El
lison, A. T. Onnsby, Mrs!' Ornish)-.
Chnuncoy Dowoy, Mrs. Dewey, II. T.
Mooro. Mis. Mooto, Mis. A. F. Dixon.
Mr. nnd Mrs Germain, a. W, Drown.
Mrs. Brown, Miss V. MacOregor, Mrs.
E. MacGiogor, Miss L. A. Williams.
Rev. Wcstervelt, Mrs. dross. Miss
Gross, O. Douglas Jones, V. Iliiehnoi-,
A. J. Armll. H. O, P. Kettering,' Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Denshiim. J, O, Miller,
Miss S. E. Hough. J. T. Miller. Mm.
L. A. Williams, Mrs. Mnckay, Mlns
.Mnrgnret (llddlngs, Miss M. Headgon.
rcr stmr, Mauna, l.oa. for Koim und
Knit poils. Jen. 28. R. V. Smith Mm.
Smlllij Mis. N, Knunianu, J. F. C.' Hug-
ens, i. ii, wn.gerB, Dr, W. A'.'Schwal
llo, R. Hllnl, Mrs. S. II. Lllllo, J, 1).'
Paris, Mrs. Pails, Bishop Rcsturlek.
Ruv. A. 8. Baker, H. R. Ilrvnnt, Mrs.
Bryant, A. Dowsed, A. Mason, O. W. ,
Poavey, Mrs. PeavCy. Mrs.Murphy.
Per stmr. Mniina. Ko.i. for Hllo ninl
wav ports, Teh. 1. T. C'Davles. Mri,
i, O, navies. Mrs. II,- W. Warner. II
R. llr.vnnt. Mis Ilrvnnt. a. 'Miller. Mm
J. E. Miller, J, W, Wnldrou, Mrs. Wnl
(Iron, Jntnes Ilnrvey, Mi.. Huivey,
miss iiarvoy, .Miss M. Flggart
Per stmr. Cinudlne, for Maul and n,j.
wall ports. A. Ourjloy, Mia. Knlln-
kuohiiul, J, K.Munasse, Mrs, Ma-
Uiifpo, Mis.'K, Hopoait, Mis. M, Langs.
Per stmr. W.. O. Hell, for Kami
po.ts, Jan. 27. Mis Allison, H, II.
Per stmr, Klnnii, for Kauai ports
Fob, 1. J, McClollan, Miss Saast, Mrs
Per stmr. Clan lino rtpm Hawnlf'
aim Maul potts. E. H. Keeuuii, Jiis.
riunnlgnn, J, Wyllln, N. Oinitoad,
Mrs. Cullen, Miss II, RoHl, u. Caiion,
Mrs. Marks, Jno. Nn, w. J. Moody
Mrs. C, Mnhoe. '
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