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BvmnNo BPu.Trrm. honolitlo t. h., Saturday," jan. 29, 1910.
l Weekly Calendar
Hawaiian Second Denrce.
All visiting members of ttio
.' Order tire cordially Invited to
nttend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
Snd mid 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
i MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, clatiosi cor
dially invited. r
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Jlouday evening at
.7:30 In 1. O. Q. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H V. D. Wicke, N. a.
AVI visiting brothers ery cordially
iOiiHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and tbtrd Frt-
jfdar eveulng at 7:30 In K. of i. Hall,
.corner tori nnu uereiusia, visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JOts n n
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p.i u. k. ur.in ir n c
31 HONOLULU I0D0E G16. B. P. 0. E.
ty Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, II. P. O,
Z' &'1Jb .,.- I. .1...I.. U..1I .,..
ft f .,., Wi-CIB 1U UCir UUI1, UQ 11U
ouvvii near i ori, every rTiuay even
ing. YlslMni- Ttrnthora nra nrdlfillw
lluvltcd to attend.
U. A. DOUTHITT, E. K.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN 1RIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
i l Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
JPythtas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
i P. HIGGIN3, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
'HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
JM Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED-
$Nfc.3DAY evenings of each month at
',7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
gucieiama ana fori streets.
Visiting Eagles am Invito,) tn m.
Y It. RILEY, W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
fflm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets evory 2nd and 4th Saturday
'evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Wall, oor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
t'lng brothers cordially Invited tn nt.
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
K. A. JACODSpX, K, It. 8.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakca St.. Mauka Pacific fllnh.
.,.. Office Hours Frcra 10 to 12; from
ex 104; irom 7 to b.
VS SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
k'Jel. Office. 090. Residence. Wfift
White River flour
1 (C. J. DAY and LEVIS & CO.
L Mn',n. . .
Bvi JCUit'OAJJ, AT ALL BAIIS
V. TELEPHONE U.11
GEO. A. MARTIN,
I FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
Badness Suits fcr J25.
t. Hotel St.
( The Holidays
REOAL SHOE CO.
' Kinjr and Bethel.
Tha Industrial Edition of the
JE v o n i n c Bulletin, wrapped
Wfttrty for tnnliinu. i'O cents at Hn l
tYf't i n office. ' ' .',...
WE HAVE WITH US
! II II. M "M
AT THE YOUNQ.
Caturday, January 29.
.1. Watt, Olai. Carl E. Smith 1111a;
Mr. and Mri. 1. K. Kerr, Calgary, Can
mliii .1. Illnl, Kolnla: C, F Nichols,
llllo: Adam Lindsay, llllo; W. 101
ioj. Vanrouvpr, H. C; Mrs. Lafayette
I. Fish. Berkeley, Cat., .1. 1'. Woods
Friday, January 23.
Mrs. C. T. Owen. Phll.i I I; '.in, l'a ,
Mr. and Mrs C. (!. Mo re Lojlehoi
Mm. Waldo Kvnti. Orlniioll, low ti;
Mrs. W. A. filusiford. Mr. Cherlor
Kills and mild. I,. I'. Domlllii'i. Paris,
F N. Welnl.ui. Hnna; Mrs. Cunning
ham, SclioCsM Barracks
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Stturdiy, January 29.
Mr. and Mr Hauy Well. Nr,,? York
Thursday, Ja-.iivv 57.
Peter lllrlil rononeld n.irrncks.
Wed,day, January 26.
Mr nn., Mrs. F. i:, Davis San jan
Cisco. ALAMEDA Ml ,
Let Out Speed Links Last
Two Days of
Steaming along, her engine driv
ing tho vos-jcl at tho rale of three
hundred anil spvonty-lhrco miles In
twciity-foiir hours, tho old rollnuli
San Krniiclsco-Houolulu tcrrjboat
Alameda surely demoiutrated that,
despite her continuous jears of feer
lce, there Is a lot of sneed stowed
away In the bnwclry of the ship.
ino urst two ilnjs tint fiom Ban
Francisco tho Alumed.i encountered
all sorts of Imd weather. Tho sec
ond day's record showed hut two
hun'dred and twenty miles covered
during the tweiity-futir hours. As
tho liner ncatcil tho llawnllnn Is
lands, tlm weatlicr moderated locon.
nldornblc oxlcnl, and It was then that
the Btcumor tinned loose some io
Tho Alameda drew alongside tllo
Oconlilc wlinif nlidul tl o'clock last
night, her mull and passengers be
ing ashore toon afterward.
Sovonty-clght cabin and clgh'lecil
stcerago pasFenscis arrived. Tho
cssol I now (llhclmiglng a lurgb and
assorted rtirho from San Francisco.
Included In which nro nlno largo au
tcmobllcs, live for the vnn Hamm
Yoiing Co, two for 12. O. llnll, mid
two for fitis Schuiiiaiw
Another lnlcrc3tlng featuro of tho
cargo was tho bringing down of a
shlpmeut of thirty largo fan-gallon
tins of pure cream, shipped from sev
eral largo dairying firms on the
Coast. This product, It is expected,
will ho rotiilled by local dealers.
The cream, of course, comes In tho
Alnineda's capacious cold-storage
Tho Alameda could linvo accom
modated at Icnut forty of llioxo mu
looned millionaire who aro alleged
to lie clamoring for transportation
from San Francisco to Honolulu. Tho
vessel's first-class accommodations
oro far fiom being crowded.
Hussla and Japan aio said to have
leached an agreement' over Man-chuiia.
Scaled Tendors will bo iccclvcdby
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Tuosduy, February IS,
1U10, at which tlmo they will ho
miblldy opened, for tho following
sjenl tiling device for tho Oovernor's
Automatio Device Locks.
a No. It 121 V Units (p. CD Olobc
Wcrniclu Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 123 C Unit (n. 74 Olobc-
Vorulcko Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 124 C Unit (p, 74 Olobo
Worlilcl.e Catnloguo) or equul.
1 No. 125 C Unit (p. 74 Gloho
WernlclvO Catalogue) or equal.
G No. 12G D Units (p. OS Globe
WcrnlcUo C.ttuluguo) or equal.
AIjqvo to ho uniform ilevlio, mip
plylnj; 12 vertical letter files for let
ters 11 .1-S cjrd Indices, 8 4-0 card
Indices, G S-8 curd Indices, 36 docu
ment flics, top and baso.
Didders to stuto time of delivery.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works icsoncH tho right to reject
uny or nil bids.
JS.) MAUSTON QAMPIIEI.U
Superintendent of Public Works.
l'Uhllc W'iirkH, Honolulu, January
2J, J 10,
tJ3n Ian 29, 31; Ten, 1, 2, 3, ,
0,1, 5, 9.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Classified Adi are Al
ways. Little Helpers. They will help
your business: they., .will find 'ost
property or people; thev will find
scmeimntr voj want ana tney will
sell somethinc von don't want.
Moral: Let the little helpers heln
you they only coat one cent n word.
Automobiles $1 per hour. Phono 6.
Call and seo Mlko Patun at the En
core. Spcakir II. I,. Holsteln Is In. town
on a short business t rip.
Fine copperplate engraving and
pi Intlng nt Heahhanc's Fort itriet.
Go to the Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
for your eveninjr slippets for the
Tho commanders of tho two crulii
ors now In port, called on Governor
If you want good Job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg.. Co.. 427 .Queen St.
Havo your hat cleaned, Wo can
make It look as good, as new. Expert
Hat Clcaners; pj). club Stables.
Tlmo ,,cjil nt (he Fashion Saloon Is
'JL.iiO pleasantly spent. This plato J
sometimes known as tho Two Joui:
.Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and preservative properties, California
Feed Co., agents.
Jim Hurrub of the Independent Auto
Stand has just purchased, a new 1910
Model Pope-Haitford car. Phone CO!)
and calls will bo promptly answered.
Dr. Mackall reports tho condition
of Solomon Mohutano's llttlo daughter
to bo quite serious. She Is now at
tho Queen's hospital uudcr Dr. Mack
All accounts duo Lewis &. Co., Ltd.,
can be paid until Januiry 31 at their
old store, 1C9 King street. Those In;
debtcd will pleaso settle before that
time and oblige.
It. C. llrown, Inspector of Immigra
tion, leaves for Han all next Tuesday
on tho Manila Kra. Ho will bo away
on the hlg Island about ten days on
luslncss connected v,lth the Chinese
A trip to Honolulu by members of
tho llllo Dramatic Club, to present
there "Tho Private Secretary," as It
was performed horc, would probably
net several hundred dollars to Htlo's
charity fund. Tribune. ,
Mine Host Dcmnithcnea of tho
Volcano lloilss snjN that the weather
Is pretty cold at hi-i iiiniiiilulii homo
Just now,. The other. day the ther
mometer went down to the thirty-Bccti-degrco
Joo Tevos, who has been In charge
of tho grocery department of tho
llllo Emporium, has accepted a posi
tion with Henry- May & Co. of Ho
nolulu mid will leavo for there next
month. Joo Is likely to ho seen once
In a while on tho Honolulu diamond,
says tho Herald,
At Pcpcekco plantation there wcro
three fires In olio night toward tho
end of last week. All the fires wcro
In thu sumo Held, the lust one being
close to it ramp, and In the same lo
cality as other fires that havo oc
curred ut Pepeekeo within tho past
few months. Herald.
JIlss Woodard, 1141 Fort stroet, has
tho agency for tho Gilbert corset.
Sulo of ladles' skirts at Whitney A
Marsh's begins Tuesday nxt.
Call at MIse Power's, tnllllncry par
lor this week for a new picture hat.
Many nttractho showing lu tho mil
When oti want clothes for hoys that
nro made, for boys call al Sllvas Tog'
tcry, lilks' block, King near Foil, and
see tho (splendid line of Ederhelmor,
Stein & Co. llttlo men's sutts. ,
You cannot ravo money easier than
by taking advauta'go of. tho special
Monday, Tuesday and WoJnesdny bar
gains at Sachs Dry Goods Co. Con
sult Sachs' ad today and uoto tho at
Jordan's aro going to closo out at
a big sacrificing of profit salo their
entire lino of laces and embroideries
(o mako room for a hlg bhlpment pur
chased by Mr. Curtis on his present
buying frlp (o Now York.
Whether your sweetheart is already
your wlfo or only our wlfo lu pros
pect, don't fall to remember her with
u; dainty valentine. See tho lino lino
Of valentines Just arrived and now
open at A. 13, Arlclgh & Co.'s, Hotel
''One of tho most comfortable hotels
I havo ever bloppod nt" was said b'
a recent visitor rogardlng tho Hotel
Majestic, cornor of Fort und Ilerotanla
ttrocts. At tills lintel Iho rooms aro
cool, well cured for and tho rent Is
Wood and coal vary an much In
Quality as, all other kliuU of commodi
ties. ,Wo give special attention to tha
selection and buy only tne very best
Our customers may depend upon tho
quality of our vyood or coal and our
prices nro tho lowest, I7iion-Paclfll
irausier uu. rnouo us.
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting' blilpineiil
includes tno following: v. K., 500;
K. K. Il 7400; . P.. 5570; L. P., 1885;
Mcji.. 233, Mai:. 6E00; H. M., 1E83;
K. S, Co , 1000.
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone vour order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO,
Jai. H. tovr.
TflEftE WAS not a very largo
freight list on the Mnima Koi which
arrived from Hawaii and Maul ports
early this morning. Tho vessel
brought a number of cabin and deck
passengers. Hawaii pioducts which
worn brought to port Included plilp
ments of com, oranges, olory, tiwj,
23 packages vegetables. 10$ hard uool
railway ties, 2(1 cords wood, 44 sack
nwa 20 crates chickens, 157 pirkigci
sundries and 210 sheep. I.Uht trad;s
mojerato seas and flii9 weilher g 'iier-
ally wcro met wl'h on Iho homoward J
trip, Tho stoaincr Nllhau was pured
at Honokan and the ClauJIn? mil HI
kahala at Lahln.
IN A I.IiVKINO condition, artcr
twenty-thren days Balling, tho little
schooner Kvu Is reported to havo ut
Into San Francisco yesterday. The
vessel brought down a full shipment
of lumber to Mnbukona and left that
port tho first part of tho month for
Humboldt. Tho sevcie weather re
cently encountered off the California
coast has ilouhilefs usivl thu llttlj
schooner qulto roughly.
Vi:S8i:i.3 AT HIIX), nrconllug to n
report from 'Purser Phillips of tho
Mauna Ken, Include tho liitcr-lslnn 1
steamers Maul, Kauat mid Knluhnl
tho bark Olympic, Annlu Johnson and
Saint Kntherlnc, schooner Aloha. Thu
steamer Knterprlno was n; tho port nt
the time of tho Mauna Ko.i ilcpirturo
hut thut vessel wus srhcdiilud ta Bull
fur San I'rnuclrco on Friday after
noon. CAI.M WKATHEIl.' clear skies an 1
smooth seas were being uncouuteied
by tho Mntson Nnvlgitlon liner Illluu
Ian o nhcr voyage from Honolulu to
Sau Frnnclsco at 8 o'clock last even
ing, according to a wlrolsss messago
received at thr local agency of Castle
& Cooke. Tl.o vessel was 953 mllns
off tho port an! all well on board.
SUOAIt ON HAWAII nwaltlng ship
ment nt thu time of thu departure of
tho Inter-Island steamer Mnunn Kca
Includes tho following, arcoidlng to
Pureur Phillips; Olaa, S00O; Wain
ket. 3000; Hawaii Mill. 400; Onomea,
450P; Hdnomti, 5400; Hakalau, 1100;
Laupahnchoo. G000; Hainakua, 1S00;
Paaithau, 4000; Kukulhuelo, 8J0Q,
TIIRCi: THOUSAND ,mckB if Uig
ur, .191 tacks ilru, and 25 package
rnndrlcs wan rcrclvud from Kauai
porti this morning by tho Inter-Island
steamer, Koaubnu, Tho vessel mot
with flno weather up to tho tlmo ot
departure irom Kllaucn, when a con
siderable swoll was encountered.
THE JAPANESE freighter Manshu
Muru. ono of tho chartered Tojo Ris
en Kalslm vessels, sailed Tor Valpar
aiso and South American ports 'ostor
day ovenlng. Tho vcHhel die) not como
Inside tho harbor. Shu culled for ord
ers ami mall.
AFTER NINETEEN days steaming
acrobs tho Pacific, tho llrltlsh freight
er Duncdlii Is reported to havo nrrlvod
at Shanghai on Thursday. This ves
Md brought coal tn tho Honolulu Naval
Station and Bailed from hero on Janu
TWENTY DAYS was tho tlmo rev
quired by tho American ship Falls of
Clydo In making tho passago from Ho
riolulii to Gavlota. This vossci sailed
from hero on January 8, after having
discharged a shipment of fuel oil,
HAVING COMPLETED tho dls
charge of n shipment of fuel oil for
tho local branch of tho Unlou Oil Com
pany, tho American tank steamer San
ta Maria may sail for Gavlota today.
A CAULK has been received to tho
effect that thu Canadian-Australian
liner Moana sailed' from Vancouver
for Honolulu jestcrday.
English and American Weaves,
W. W. A HA
G2 So, Kinir St.
i . -
THU CHAItTERtCD sloamer Pleia
des, willed his been operated for somo
tlmo at by tho Amerlcnn-Hawalinn
lino In the fielght service between
Puget Pound and the Hawaiian Is
lands, will not bo taken ucr by tha
Mutccn Navigation Company, accord
ing In tho statement coining from San
Francisco papers. Thero was n per
thilent rumor that the Matson pooplu
wcro contemplating tho taking over of
the Pleiades as an addition ta thu
freight senlco now being maintained
l-y her elder rhlp, tha Ilyudes. Hoth
llieso Ncvsels wcro Mine tlircu jo.irf
ago covering a- tun fur the Huston Tow
lioat Cominny, lietncrn fluattlo and
thu Far Kast, with n tcrnilnus nt Ma
Si:Vt:.TY,-TWO pisiciuccs nro nl
UMily hooked for pasnego t') San Fran
cisco by tho new Mntson Navigation
liner Wllhclmiivi, which Is scheduled
to leavo hero m February 25,
Tllll AMKHICAN schooner floro-
alls Is on tho berth to sail for Puget
Sound jxirts today or tomcrrow. This
vessel has lucii illsrlnrglnic u shli
luiMit of lumbei at thu port
TUB STI:aMKU Klinu is vxpvctcil
lo arrive nl Honolulu from Kauai
ports tomoriow morula" bringing as
pirt uf her enrgo Mx ihn-.Maml sacki
or K K. II. Ktigar.
ON Oft AIIOUT noon today the In.
icr-itiund rteanior l.lkollko will ha
cllspntclieil Tor Hiniokiia mid Kukiil.
Iitielo. Ilie vessel Is Inking out goa
oral lines ofeargo.
ON ROLLTOP DESKS
She's a Thing of Beauty
Tho cook, Blownrds und, In fact,
all'olllcers who havo been elected to
lnil,'l down beiths lu tho new Mat
kon Navigation liner Wlllielnilna
will lay their plans und outline their
work behind expsn-dvo ami nitlstlc-nlly-f.nlshcd
"That ship Is buro u thing of
hcauty and a Joy forover," nld sev
eral oltlcors of tho steamer Alnmoda
this mnriilng. Tho Wllholmltm ar
rived at tho California port prior
to tho H-illlng ut thu Occanlo steam
er for Honolulu. Of courso, tho now
steamer on the Hawaiian run was u
rather attractive Mecca for tho
steamship men of tho rival rompany.
"Just get onto the chief galley
Blavo doing tho haiidhonio behind a
mahogany roll-top, wh'lio tho Btow
aul as well as his assistants wilt
frame up tholr passago lists and do
ptlier stunts In giiuitci llko the,
bridal chamber or coma of tho less
llrasi bedsteads of threo-qunrtcr
slzo will sivo to lull to slumber
tho men ct millions, who have been
bunging iiiound San Frnnclsco for
tho past ilx months watting, and
oven hegglng.jof ,tho opportunity of
reining down to Honolulu and spend
ing tho Incremoiit from tholr cou
pons and bonds.
The Alameda mon doclnro that tho
Wllholmlnn dlnlng-ioom Is u dream
In Its arrungemout of tables. Tho
place Is well lighted mid ventilated
by ports opening on three sides.
Tho 6aloon will nccomiundatn ono
hundred and forty, and it is located
nt tho forward end of tho brldgo
deck, extending the full width of the
vessol. It Is said to have been pnn
noled tn -white pine, nnd tables ot
various sizes aro of mahogany.
in Handsome Grays
Made to your order, with fit and
IN A & CO.
, iZ.ii l
No Branches. -
"- i , '
ARR'.VEO I DEPARTED
J l ' T
Friday, January 28.
San Francltco lAUmed i O. 8. S., 9
SaturJay, January 29,
' llllo and way ports Mauna Kea
stmr., n. m.
Saturday, January 29.
Kauai portB--Kcanhuu, stmr., n. tn
VE89ELS TO ARRIVE
Sunday, January 30.
Mniil and Moloknt porta Mlkahala
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, January 31.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. fc
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, January 29,
SAN FltANCISCO Jnjn. 28:
Sclir Hva, from Mnlmkonn, Jan. f
put lu leaking. J (Not na rojortc
VANCOUVER Sailed Jan. 28:
8. S. Moana, for Honolulu.
ICAANAPALI Arrived Jan. 27:
k. Nmianii, hence Jan. 19.
Ilcnn llaiiclc, alias "Country
lack," Is under arrest nt the police
station on n chargo of assaulting an
Inoffensive ClilnebO named Yuen
The nsmult was n very cowardlj
ono and utterly unprovoked. The
Chliinmnn nnd a friend were walk
ing down Hotel street when tho ac
cused limn, stepped out and Jilt Yuen
Sum a terrific blow on the nose. Tho
Mood poured out and notwithstand
ing every effort could not he stopped
for a long lime.
However, tho doctois nt tho hos-
pltal, to which tho man had been
tnken, filially succeeded lu arresting
tho ffow of blood. Hena Haunlo will
appear In court on Monday morning
to answer to the charge.
J. K. PRENDERUASl'S
Tho funeral of tho lata John ,.K,
I'renderg lit will move Irom SUva'i
Undertaking Purlorb at 2:30 touiorrnv
afternoon and, after a sorvlco at thi
Catholic Cathedral, will proceed ti
tho ccmotcry on King street. The de
ceased wns 51 ears ot ago, nnd wai
born ut Pukoo, Molokal.
lour clilldri-ii lliroo girls and t
boy nro left' behind to maurn thol
father. All friends of tho deco.isei.
aro Invited to attend tho funeral.
MAUI BOY KILLS
SELF BY ACCIDENT
One of the most pathetic' tragedies
ot this mouth happened nt liana,
Maul, last Sunday morning.
Ka Puananl o Hawaii, which
means "Hie beautiful flower of Ha
waii," a onc-j ear-old bon of Mr, and
Mrs. J. K. Kaleo ot liana, accidental
ly kilted himself with the gun of
Ms father, which was lying on the
mantelpiece of tho dining-room. This
occurcd last Sunday morning while
tho mother was busy mixing pnl In
another room. '
Tho older brother wns engaged lu
cooking a chicken In the basement,
when ho heard tho report of n gun.
Ho and tho mother then throw up
their work und ran Info tho dining
room, only to fln'd that tho little
boy wns lying on tho lloor, dead.
It appears that the deceased child
did not know tho gun was loaded,
Sand had reached for It, when It was
accidentally discharged. Tho boy
was shot through Ills left eye, (ho
bullet penctrnttng his brain.
GETTING THE FACTS
OF WHITE 8LAVE TRADE,
NEW YORK. Jan. 12, Every
day's progress of tho whlto slave In
vestigation drnws the lino n llttlq
closer about tho Inner coteria where
control of tho tialllo Is belloved to
lodge, Whtlo the two Indictments
found by tho Grand Jury headed by
jJoliu D, Rockefeller, Jr.i mo of minor
Individuals, the official probois to
day lenowed tholr investigation In
tho conviction thnt It would bo pos
Blble'soon to placo a finger on mon
much higher up.
If was ni'derstood lu the criminal
court building, when (ha Inqulry
oponed today, that tho scope of tho
Investigation wns to bo broadened si
as to Include the (tulnes law hotels
liimi luuiiui loin rvbt'iiB in mi enori
'to pick up links III tho chain hc
illovcd to hind the Interests of' tho
Illicit traffic together.
It Is hoped that tho way of tho
piobors may jet be mudo easier by
tomeouo's acceptance ot tho lioso
cutiiib' offer of Immunity lo ono with
Inner clielu l.nowlcdgo wlm Is will
ing to toll what lie knows.
Tom Grossman Is held ut tho pollcp
station as a supposed fnsano person
Drink Is allesad to bo tha camo ot the
Friday, Jaii..vy it.
San FranclEco Chljo Mam, Jar
itni... 8 p. m. i
Saturday, January 29,
Hawaii rrU Llkcllko, stmr..' iloan.
I VE8SELS TO DEPART
Monday, January 31.
Yokohama Pacific fleet, eight crula-
?rs, p. ni,
Japan ports and Hongkong Siberia,
P. M. S. S.
Kaiial ports Noeau stmr., 5 p. m.
I" PA88ENOER8 ARRIVF.D f
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, from San
Fraiiclfoo, January 28. S. Annandnle.
I. G Anthony, MrB, Anthony, W. H.
Austin, Mrs. Austin, C. It. DRlley, Mrs.
S. K. linker, E. M. Ilarton, Mrs. liar
ton and child, Wm. Uloch, Mrs. Bloch,
Mrs. Salome Biucy, Mis, I. Don Cam
oron and two children, K. W. Carey,
Mrs. Cnroy J. R. Carpenter-. Mrs. Car
penter, Eugene Carroll, Mrs. Carroll,
John Crabtrec, Mrs, Cnibtrco, Master
Crabtreo, F, W. Corp Mrs. Corp, C- V.
Daniel, Chaiinccy, Mrs. Dewey, C. T.
German. Mrs. Gorman Mrs. John Gil
lie, Mies Jcanetto Ollllo, Herman
jcotr, Mrs. Goots, Mlts A. Harring
ton, E. Hodgklnton, Mrs. Theo. Holt
man, T. E. Hudson, Mrs. Hudson E.
Ingham, Dr. F Irwin, Mrs, Irwin, Mls
i - Knrchcr. Chas. A". I. Count. Miss
H. D. McCrackcn, A. II. Manning. Mrs.
Manning. L. Meuller,, Mrs. Menller,
Matter Mueller, Hans Nusmann Mrs.
P. .1. O'Conncll, F. F. Prentiss, Geo. It.
Prevost Mrs. A. Ramspcgcr, P. G.
Hlley Mrs. Rllcy, W. E. Roundtrco, F.
V. gchrelncr. Mrs, Schrclner, Mrs. C.
Sew all. MIfh E. Sewall. L. J. Shirley,
Mrs. Shliley, A. D. Simmons Mrs.
Simmons, Miss LMIth E. Smith, Mrs.
S. A. Tollnn, Miss E. Wall, Miss J.
Wall, Mrs. O. I). Williams, Master
Lloyd Williams. 8. WIshart, J. W.
Wood, Mrs. Wood.
Per stmr. Mnunn Kea, from Hllo via
way portB, J.m. 29. Miss G. Miller. W.
O. Miller. W. S. Kllroy, Mrs. L. Fish.
Miss M. Medlll, Miss II. E. Roe. W. C.
Mayer and wife. II. Bv 'Polnor W.
Rubb. General F. Taylor. I. K. Kerr
ind wlfo, H. C. Frlmaii nnd wlfo, Mrs.
K. Itakor, N, Hntschauscr, C. K.
Ilruns. Carl Smith. Miss Rycroft, C.
E. Tupper, It. I, l.lllle, E. Nlcholls, C.
A. Pttinton. J. F. Miller. R. Hampton,
m. ai. uranam, a. J. Spltxor. I. Ruben
itelu A, Unilpay, John Watt: F. Harri
son, fl. Ste; henson Major Willis, Mrs.
Fiijlohnnnd ilnugritcr, 'G. K. Dolrou.
Mrs. Dolron, Jfrs. J. Circlos nnd 2
children. Mre. F. A. Mello nnd 3 chil
dren, Sheriff 8. Pua and 2 prisoners.
Mrs. Capwell. H. P. IJeckley. wlfo and
Infant and forvnnt. E. J. Gay. A. Gar
lenborg, V. L; Tcnncy. J. F. Taj lor, F.
Wcods, E. O, Bond. Jno. Hind, II. I.
Holsteln. J. H, Iluffiim. J, O. Young.
Mrs. Namohala and daugh'cr. Rev. J.
W. Wndman. T. R, Roblnnm Uchlda,
A. Swcozy. F. n. Harvey, I). Waggon
er, Y. Amoy, Miss A. Koliklela.
Per stmr. Ciaitdlnc. for Maul and Ha
waii ports. A. Gartloy, Mrs. Kallo
kuohunl, J. K. Manasso, Mrs. Ma
nasecl Mrs. K. Hopeau, Mrs. M, Lansa.
Pr O. S. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Feb. 2. Miss Maik, Mrs. N. El
lison, A. T. Ornish)'. Mrs. Ormsby,
Chouncoy Dowcy, Mrs. Dewey, II. T.
Moore. Mis. Mcoro, Mis. A. F. Dixon,
Mr. Hint Mrs Germain. G. W. Drown,
Mrs, Drown, Miss V. MucUregor, Mrs.
10. MucGrogor, Miss L. A. Williams,
Rov, Wostervelt, Mrs, Oross, Mlsa
Grbbs, G. Douglas Jones. V. Duchnor,
A. J. Arrall, H. G. IV Kettering. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dcnsham, J, a. Mllcr, '
Mlts 8. K. .Hough, J. T, Miller, Mrs.
L. A. Williams. Mrs. Mackay, MUa
Margaret Giddlngs, Miss M. Haadgon.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca. for llllo and
wav jKirts. Feb. 1. T. C, Davies, Mri)
T. C. Davies, Mrs. H. W. Warner.' II
It. Bryant. Mis Bryant a. Miller, Mrs.
I. L Miller. J. W. Wnldron, Mrs. Wal
'Iron. James Harvey, .Mr?, Horvey,
Miss llurvoy, Miss M, L'lggart ,
Per stmr. Mmma Ixia, for Kona and t
Kail pints. Mrs. R. D. Walbrldgo.
.Mrs. B.itcr Mrs. Mamscn, Mlts Olb
fOn, Mrs. Glb'oii,
Per btmr. Klnau, for Kaiial ports,
Feb. 1. J. McCJellan, Mlu Saast, Mrs.
I Ma1l8 '
Mulls nre auo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Siberia" Jan, 31.
Yokohama Per Asia, Fob. 4. s
Vancouver Per Moana, Fob1. 3.
Colonics Per Makura, Fob, 1.
Malls will depart for tho following
pofnts as follows:
Sau Frunclbcn For Nevadan, lodiy.
Yokohama Siberia. Jan. 31,
Vancouver Per Makura, Fob, 1,
Colonics Per Moana, Feb. 5.
1 TRAN8PORT 8ERVICE.
'! : " 1
Buford arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15.
DIV. fiom Honolulu for Manila; arrived
lAgan. fiom Miiulla, for Honolulu.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Manila,
fiherldan, arrived San Tranctsco from
Honolulu, Jan, 13,