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BVBNINO I1UM.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., TIMMDAY, Mil. 1, llltO.
Hi m II - II I I MM . li
pacific Second 'Deoree.
Hawaiian first Deoree,
' - i'lvlliAi
i i haVuhiiav
All visiting members of ttio
Order iiru cordially Invited to
intend meetings ut local lodges
Meet en the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:20 T, M.
........ -77-........ JUVIUUtlS Wl
i MAKiNc tNUIUhfcKS' otilcr Asso-
BENEFICIAL ASS";iATIOH.ciations cor.
i dially invited.
i UARMONV LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday ever.liiB at
7:30 tn I. O. O. 1'. Hall, Fort Street.
15. H. HENDRY. Secretary.
1 1. WIcKc. N. O,
All vlaltlug brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K.Jof P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot I'Mlnll,
corner Fort and Bcretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. a,
0. P. HEINE. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, U. 1'. O.
Kilts, meets In their ball, on King
Btreet, nenr'Fort, every Friday even.
log. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
B. A. DOUTHITT, E.. 11.
II. C. EASTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 0 B. It
Meets every first and third Thurs
Bays ot each month at Knights ot
I'ythlus Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tllally Invited to attend.
E. V. TODD, C. of It. ,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. OE,
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets,
VIsttng Eagles are Invited to at
tend, W. It. RILEY. VV. P.
WM. C. McCOY. Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
Toning at 7:'30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilorotanla, Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. S.
Dr. J. it Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Clnb.
Office Hours Frcm 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 690, Residence, 1460.
FOB SALE AT ALL BARS
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WE HAVE WITHUS
AT THE YOUNO.
Tuitdny. februzry 1.
C..IHBU", W. Vii.; ll. K. IlilcJt'
-' Mo.idiy, Jsnusry 31,
K. I.. Ciittl.is Oiktnn.l; C. K. Slnr
(tan, San r-raneUfco: J. K. Klldulft SIoJ-
In, Mont.; T. M. Mendo Shelby. .Mont.;
.Mr. nnd Mr;-. II. 8. liryant, Sun Fran
clscuj Uailit-tt lllcrz. Han FrancUcoJ
T. I.. Welkins Jr.. S-m Francisco; Mr
and -Mrs. IJ. W. Iltnwn. Hprlngrield
111.; Mr. nn.t Mr. F. It. Culli$rtsnn.
Spokane, Wah.; (Hidden Culbcrtson
Hpjka!ie, Wath; Mien J. Hansen, StO
ksni. W.tIi : Dr. .1. K. Stacnctll New
York CI : llslcn .MrClurg. Chloipa;
J. 0. HalKtnn. Clilcacu: .Mr. and Mm. J,
II. Ailanw. I.iaveuworth Wash.; Jlr.
and Mri. E. O. Walter Minneapolis
Minn : Mr. nnd Mrs. F. II. Ulyth, Kv
Saturday, January 29.
.1. Wait. Olaa, CArl E. Smith. Hlloi
Mr. and Mm. J. 1C. Kerr, Calgary. Canada-
J. Illud. KuluLi; C. F. Nlcho'lo.
Illlo: Adam Lindsay, llllo; W. Kit
toy. Vancouver, II. C; Mrs. tafaycilc
i. Fish, llerkPley, Cal.i J. F. Woods
Friday,' January" 23.
Mr.. C. T. Owens. I'hll.i.l Uhl l, lfl
Mr. and Sirs C. (1. Moire, Lcllehiia:
Mrs. Waldo Evans, Grlnuult, lownj
Mrs. W. A. RliHsfonl, Mr.. Chcrlor
Kills nnd maid, I.. 1'. Iinnvllliiu. Purls;
F. N. Welslan, liana; Sirs. Cunning
ham, Schoftelil Ilarracks.
.fcAT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday; February 1,
John Horn, 0. K. Hunter, I.ollohnar
J. H. Davis.
January 31, 1310.
T. Kasuya, Galveston. Tex.; .!. J
Halstnn, Chlcaw; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II.
Adams, Loavcuworth, Wash.; Delicti
SlcCltirg. Chicago: Dr. J. E, Marnell!
New Yofk City; Sir. ami Sirs. Out-don
Jones, Denver, Colo.: Silt's It. A.
Jones, Gordon Jones. Jr.. Denver: Sir.
and Sirs. Thomas Wolf. Denver;) MIhs.,
ltnJtn T,Uitwtt Mia.. fV TT.- f'.Un-.rw.
..... ... ....... ., ,ii,E- iu, ,, ..uiiiinuu ,
Denver; SIlss Unity Lnnghvvnni. Den
ver: Mr. and Sirs. T. ETUdwards. Se
attle, Wash.; S. Richardson, Kahulttl
Saturday, January 29.
Mr. ami Sirs Harry Well, New York
city, v ,. t
'Poter nichl. Scliodold Darracks.
Wednesday, January 26.
Sir. and Sirs. F. E. Davis San Fran
cltco. GOVERNYOR GREETS
In tho Throne Iloom at llio Capllol
tlila morning ut 10:30 Governor, Frear
assisted by the members of his staff
received tho two .Admirals of the Pa
cific fleet and their nlas. Itear Ad
miral Uriel Sebieo, commander-in-
chief of tho Pacific fleet, and Hoar Ad
Itilral E II. Harry tecelved n formal
welcome nt tho hands of tliff Tcnl-
tory's chief executive as did also their
aides, Lieut. Fred McMillan and En-
Tho limid was In tho Capitol grounds
during tho visit or tho officers end
played a medley ot national airs (lur
ing tho approach of the. automobile
conveying tho Admirals and also dur
ing their dopai'turo.
ONE HUNDRED AND nineteen
days out from Newport News, tho
American ship Edward Sown!, with
a full shipment of coal Intended (or
the local naval station, might he ex
pected to malio iter appearance off
the port any day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Classified Adi are Al-
win Little Helnri. Thev will hfln
your business! they wili find 'oit,
nrorjertv or neonie: tnev win nna
! somethine you .want, and they will
I sell something you don't want.
I Moral: Let the little helpers helo
you they only coat one cent a word.
Aittoiitobttes JM.rcr hour. Phono 0.
1 Call abd scbUtlkn I'aton at the En
.- Flifbpneplate engravlhg and
trlntliin'st nenkliane's. Fort itrot,
c)Jltt spn at& a good Job done gn an
auio or ptirnngn iuite it 10 iiuwaimn
Carrlngo Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen Bt.
'American Sleam I.aundry Phone
oOtf Automobii dellvery--l)ost work.
Tlmo spent nt the Fashion Saloon Is
Unto pleasantly spent. This plai-o Is
souiqtlmes known as. the Two Jou,:
There U a sale of remnants nt
mom's this vycek. Some flni lnro
and cmhrolderles are offered at very
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
You will bo surprised at Its coolms
and preservative properties, CallfoinlL
A trial order for wood or coal with
Honolulu .Construction & Praying Co
means n ieady customer. That's be
ennse ltls rontpany alms to glvo sat
'infliction nn, does It. I'hone 2SI.
Hnwnllnn News Co. have earned the
reputation of linking tho, best rubber
stnmpt). '.All klniM nnd sites for ev
ery purpose. If you want stamp
that will last, get them nt Hawaiian
Tito Hawaiian Tntst Company, Ltd,,
nets ng agent In the c.-tr.t nnd n.iinagt'.
ment nf property, lha itiyment ,of jij.
lownnccs,' the collection end disburse
ment of Income from roil or personal
Noon Hour Conference
With Cooke Lane
, flovcrnnr Freur" had .ib callers thl
noon J. P. Cooke John l.nno tind A,
it. uasiro and that politics. wag tho
theme- of the conference was taclthl
admitted. Tho personnel of the dclei
gntlon was sufficient to emphasize Its
political bearing and further thnt the,
siiujcci or Discussion was tho name of
lorrln Andrews ub tho organiser nptj'
field ;narshal of the Republican forces
at tho approaching campaign.
It was "also Btateil that the genera)
policy of the administration and tho
wlBhes of tho Governor as the head ,oi
me uuiuinisiraiion, wero .discussed at
Rome length but1 that tho question o(
lrrln Andrews and his jjuggestfM
proferment ns tho rtepuhllcan' organ
izer consumed most of tho time.
0LAA BOND DEAL
M-AJj '. ,
(Continued from Page 1.)
ot investors., This, added to the reg
ulars paid Uio. latjt ,ayof .January,
makes over two hundred . thousand
dollars In dividends, paid out in, the
last two days. As a good1 share of
this wi uo Invested at ,home. It
should show Itself In the stock
THE INTER-ISLAND steapior. Maul
ii an arrival from Hawall'itorlH tl)U
morning, bringing over nvo thousand
sacks of sugar and 64 heart of cattlu
on deck. Tho steamer I.lkeJIlto was
ipported at Honokna and the Nllhaii
was taking on cargo at Walplo at the
time pf the doparturo of, tho Slaul for
When you want to be
Handled right., phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Lave.
1 WATERFRONT NOTE8
"SHOULD AHIllVE at Honolulu on!
Wednesday nlgll't." was the gist of n)
wireless measoso received frum the
Canadian-Australian steamer Slakura,
which Is steaming from Uio CoIouSei
for Vancouver bv the way of Honolu
lu. The vess;f was two days lato In
leaving. Suyailitd ha. hecn
been nieelliiB. -
with bad wehtheriwhlch doci nut
mlt, her making' ifp any of Iho
time. The delay In the arrival of
the Makiira will not affect the de
parture of ,hq. Oceanic hteamer Ala
meda, which lis announced will sail
for San Francisco on Wednesday
inornli)S. The San Krjnclcco ferry
boat will not bo held pending tho ar
ilval of (lis Canadian boat
THE IIELENE. nn American
schooner which is under charter to
bring n shipment of lumber from
Port Ludlow to this port, consigned
through tho ngency of Allen ft Ilob
inson, Is now out twenty-clx days.
THE SCHOONER llobort Lewcra,
Captain Anderson, Is reported (o
have sailed twelvo days ago from
Port Ludlow .wit)) jt full shipment
c(. lumber,; ' coqs)gne,d to the ' local
branch of Lowers & Cooke.
THE, AfilKIHf A.N schocner,, B)lm
sqn, fron jtmtp ports, anil, bound
for Port' Allen, is no wout forty-four
days, This vessel Is bringing cargo
to the Hawaiian Fertilizer Company.
THE ASIERICA schooner, Muriel
1b reported to ,havo sailed from San
Francisco on Sunday last with gen
eral merchandise destined, for liana.
TUB AS1EUTCAN (ichooner, WII
lljtm Olsen, fro-Ji; Oroya Harbor with
a shlppien't" of lumber, is out sixteen
iTHE FIRST smuggled ojtlum found
r.nthe steamer China slnco its nrrlvnl
from tho Orient1 was seized by dia
toms .Inspector Richardson nl San
Francisco, concealed, In the ctothlpg
of n Chtnose member' of tho crew.
The Inspector, telephoned to Deputy
Surveyor lllinn fur Instructions, and
.was .told tc iveleaso, the smuggler,
slnco to bring Jhlm ashoie under nr,
rest wotild cause cqmpllcutlons with
the inimtgratluli authorities.
' the China 'came Into, Honolulu Jmt
In. time -to hear of tho seizure ,of 390
tins on tho Siberia, which preceded
It. Thq, smugglers .thus had plepty
of tlmq,,to ,getf rid of ,tho .drug "or to
Invent, more Ingenious mentis or con
THE BARK Kahulul, which arrived
at San KruncUco January )9 from
Honolulu, wns only IS days making
the run, hut, according to Captain Col
ly It was ho most strenuous 18 days
he ever experienced.. Exceptor ono
day the voyage was a procession of
battles with southeast nnd. westerly
gales. Tho Knhufui left a trail of torn
canvas almost nil tho way from Hono
lulu and most of tho. sails that wero
not blown away woro split,
In the storm that made January 12
,J!'S. in?t J!m!!ensant,.of. 17. Jllpajrrcq:
ablp days, tlnioo itp4ig,n,(iptf,,BallB, jwo
j us .anu iwo. .staysa lis wero, p own
away.i Tho Jlhstay, was, nlsq 'carilei)
Twny, . h il-iniv, . :'-
, -ipo, Kaijti p .brought' 4,000 bagtf of
i , ,' I ''.' -Ma'!!
! iR1,nQyCTNM.E.YTv JKfXiSi m
HHlinOfcine. ilpWOKiJa,wjBott wopiu
mm , AlH(flf( IW7A99. If.d'o pom;
Pnfil.9. frVJiJi-s, u'ndriitflqiHhp,
f.ll)Pnj. MpIWrVwr fTJJfi,, .rtqpartrrjent
pfi-Wiiltf rcp.,iap j, labor agrced,tp.,reci
(tnimopilf ijnf tlhjo fltfl hq( ypdiicod to
i?tttitf; i; iVtiff-'i Vti'.
, vrEngliiJi and American y eaves,
5! W. .jVV. AHANA & CO.
62 So. Klnjc Bi . i; i ... Ho Branchei,
SURE to have your
LIBEL - SUIT
I.i Khal 1 "a I , otherwise known ns
Dr. Lee, has micJ tho Chlneso news
paper. Chee You, Shin Po, for libel.
The alleged libel wns printed in tho
tolumns of tho paper, nnd part of,lt
lead ns fbllowsi "He burnt clown
Chlnnlown,. ruined charitable Insti-
tut inns nnd destroyed tho Chinese
Dr. Leo ob)ect3 to those state
ments, and says that tho nro not
true. Tha caao wns on the police
court calendar-this morning, but
wits put over till tomorrow morning.
ORIENTALS BUSY ON '
(Continued from Page 1.)'
magnificence of Its entries. Tho
Japanese will no' bo backward in
this respect, ns they ire holding
meetings and are determined that
their float will bo. second to none.
Tho artificial (lowera which wilt
bo so extensively used In thoflnrnl
decorqt!uu3 nte being manufactured
in largo quantities, chiefly by the
Japanese, who are experts nt this
Kind of work.
It is proposed to have both Har
vard and Ynlu represented In the
paiude. The docal Harvard Club Is
tho largest cpllego nluninl body' in
the Territory. It, S. llosmer has
taken the matter up, and with Rob
ert Ilond of' the Trent Trust Com
pany, who Is secretary of the Ynle
Club, It Is expected that it float rep
resenting these rivals will be In line
nnd form onq, of the conspicuous fea
tures of the purad'e.
O." P. Cooke of Stolpkul Ranch Is
in town and called th'ls morning ut
thp Floral Parade rooms. Ho, ex
plained his plans for tho representa
tlqn of his Island,. SIlss .Mary kaoo
will be tho princess to represent this
Island. Sir. Cooke has arranged to
bring three horses from Molokal, one
of which Is a handsomo bay, to be
placed nt the disposal of SI Us i Kaoo.
This horse is somewhat used to pa
miles, but In order to be perfectly
used to tho nolso and excitement ot
city life SIlss Kaoo will rido tho nnl
nml for ton, days previous to (he pa-,
rade, sp tha( both rider- and horse
may feel perfectly at home with
,Mlas SInry Kaoo Is nn accom
plished horsewoman. She is well
Itnqw In Honolulu, haying grudu
tilod from thcNoriuul School. She
wllj, lip a ntttnif representntlvp of
Stoloktil, ns kiie Is not only beautiful,
SUPREME COURT NOTES.
Attorney Oencral Alexander I.lnd
say, Jr. was today appolnt:d by tho
Justices of tho Supremo Court a
member of tho examining board of
applicants or admission to tho' Bar
in thp place of Hon. C, It. Hemeuway,
Argument in thq caso ot D, F. Dil
lingham, plaintiff, ys, sr. V. Scott, de
fendant, Konu UolPvolpmont Co. and
F, D. McStoclier garnishees. On writ
,of. j-ir. t"..!i!R.5.rfi.,jJf, fiqurfr-f 'o
,lrst gi,rp ult, suqt, oufiihyhe, defendant.-
Prpsscr for pialntlff, defendant
In itWfiqn, ,.
iSqtj, (tor, Iqiuorrow: , .(Jap q Cecil
iliVwa s ) L.','C0nkllug,Treisurer
of thq Territnrwt.itinui r - j
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-,Thq Tenne83eai.bBebalrftpnm has
l'lfi'-ed, ihtjl.qw isa'n0!iia!cetstartlnB
buj qn, hp iirc,seiik,pr,ttjse: Tho ag
gregation, wtjtyii.up, agdii)8tiie Sla
rise" at. Slanlln, iJoXeatlrjB'taqni two
out of4threo,i,1Quo,.Bi'iinSl(y-a's also
played ,n't Yokpha'mii, with ".a1 team
fruiu ,9pQ -ot, tho bfg Jupancao unl-
- i m
rri11"' Tho )- th tqlphon
P HWrWWs' lT tf!4HI H ? .ttMT"f4
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Made to your order, with fit and
I Shipping- . - I
IN CORDON StORTt ' t1 ARRIVED !
, u 1 4, rJ-'.J-' ,'"-';
i ill ' ulu"i ruurutr; i niunuti, tuiiiiiii oil
Tuesday, February 1.
3AN FRANCI3CO Sailed Feb 1:
ij.lt3..Clina, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
PjOfTO.WNSfCD Arrived Fub. 1:
Hit. Albert,, frqm Knanapali.
Pr. Blmr.- Clnati, :r Kauai poils
Feb. I. W. II. ,flicei Jr., II. H Hlco
V. Waterhouse, Sirs. E. Slulleii. Sllx
Spatt. Sir's. Sandow, A. lloUnwr. N.
s! Downey, J. McClellan, Slrjt, Fllt,
N. J Shoenberg9r, W. O. Hall, Sirs.
F. P. Wilton Sirs. W. J, Asch, Sir.
O. Ulackstead Francis Clay, Sirs. Ap)
Sirs. W. K. Samuefs, SIlss J. Lota
Per stmr. SI an n a I.oa. for Koni
and Kau iorl, Fob. 8. SIm. 1L D..
Wallbrldgo, ilr. Uaxier Sip,. Start
son, SIlss Olbr.on: Mrn'i,! J.' IB. E. St.
tinrlon. Sir. niiii'Sfrs,. GcU( Sir. nu
.Mrs. P. Shltief, '.Mr. atVt -Sirs. W.
Illsck. ,SIIrs Karcher, SIls Rusey, )',
W. Carp, W, RfchardsQii. ,
,1'er stuir. Jlautia IaH for Knna.and
Kau ports. Sirs. R, (D, WalbrlIgp,
Mtsr lLtxtcr. Stis. Slamson, SIlss Olb
ton. Sirs. Olbfon, ,,
Per Btmr. Sllkahnla, for Maui and
Slolokai ports. Dr. II. P. Judd,- Strt,.
Judd. Stlss Edna Chrlslinan, Strs. A
II. Judd. ,
, P,cr rtmr. Klnnu. fof KauaL, ports.
Feb, 1. J. SlcClellnn, SIlss Saast, Sir's.
Al'i- L -
PENAL SUMMONS FORi
J, fj,nnn. n, liackptan, has sworn, out,
a penal, summons against Sirs. Almy
tor heedless driving. It appears thai
on tho night of January 17 tho lady
In question nnd sovcral others look c
tun out to Walklkl In nn nulomobltn
and, during' the course ot thotr lour-nej-j
managed to collide with' tho had:
djl veil by Qunn.
Tho hack was badly smashed and
tho horto Injured ns well.. All tho liar
noss was broken and tho repair bill
camo to a largo amount. If tho bill
had been paid thore would have been
no penal summons, but as Ounn-clalnn
'that he cannot get his hack hack from
tho, repair, shop until' the bill Is paid
and ho won't pay It hlmiieif (he
matter will have to bo threshoJ out
In the- Police Court tomorrow morn
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
At tho Police Court this, morning
most of tho, tlmo was taken .up 'with
nn assault case In which Police Officer
J, T Raker of wiihlawu Is flgurljig
flu 'tho defendnnt. .,
It npitears that'on October 13 of last
year tho complaining witness, Chin
.cso,. was, watching some countrymen
unii-. suttiu kiuu oi. n game tn.iiiy
house wherq tho r.pst of tho bunch
roorpe'd. , According.! tn. tlte .complain
ant, the officer dasljod Into the hotuo
and grabbed, bin) 'bj tho throat and In
vited mm to go to tho Walalua police
E. C. Peters, who appoarpd, for, the
defendant, sputiht. to, prove that the
police officer lindi slnipy dono. hit
duty, anil, that wien ho grabbod tie
uninampn an , merest or tno.qhlneso
Jumped him and throw him out or tho
bptise. , . (
Tho caso. n not concluded, .and It
was put 'over till Friday next;, there
was much speculation" a, to wliy an
assault case that happened fast .Oct
ober should not bo brought beforo.,tho
court till this lato dato. It appears
that, the complainant had oniployoil
prlrnto counsel to, prosecute the paso,
aud tltutj the matter was. allqwe'd, tq
drop. Ifowoyer, lite matter Vas "taken
tip by4 thq authorities, ,ati;l the prW
cat proccqdlngs are the result.
l nqrp were several warm, .passages.
ui. uriita ueiwpun a. ju. Iirpwn, wno
prosecuted, and Attorney Peters, who
appealed for tho accused polico offl-
Coward. Gets' Six Months.
David, Leleo was given a well do-
served, sentence of six mouths gqpl by
Judgo' Atidrado this morning. He was
also' ordered to pay'costs" amounting
to $3 30 and altogether tho sentence.
was tnougiit to bo, a good ono for the
It appears tha Lc'lco Is a confirmed'
woman uentcr, and he has already
served a sentenca for n like nffnnan
Tho present assault' took placo on a
Rapid Transit car which was running
down Nuuanu avenue. Annie Reter
was tho unfortunate' woman In the
case, 'and she was treated In a fierpq
uianiuii uy ilco. All nor ClOthOS
,wcro town off, and tw 'was black hnd
bluo from thb". punches dealt1 out by
tho cowardly follow.
The assault. waB unprovoked; and
Judgo Andradd hcsldos sentencing, the
man gave him a severe lecture on tho
enormity of his offense
THE HAMIIURO-ASIERICAN lino
steamer Cleveland Is reported to
have arrived at San Francisco at
o'clock on Monday morning. The
vessel carried the bIx hundred, nnd
fifty Clark tourists to the mainland
and sailed from Honolulu on Janu
ary 24, The yessel was expected to
beat tho Paclilo Stall llnor Manchu
ria on the run up to tho Coast, but
failed In tho 'attempt.
Monday, January 31
Yokohama U. 8. S. cruisers Ten-
ncit.eo, Maryland,: Colorado, West, Vir
ginia, South Dakota, Pennsylvania,
California, 4 p. in. I i.'J
,. , Tuesday, February I.
Hawaii ports Maul, Btmr., A. m.
Monday, January 31.
Sap Francisco Siberia, P. S), S. S.,
C p. m. ' j
Koual ports Noe.itt. stmr, C Jt.,m.
Fanning Island Concoid, Am. schr.,
P. m. ,
Tuectlay, February 1.
llllo and way potts Staunk Kca.
o'nir.. noqn. .
ci : l
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Australian ports via Suva Slakura.
C-A. 8. S. ,,'
,, Vydpojday, February 2.
Ka'ltal, porta V. a. Hall, stmr.
Midway .Island Thetis, U, S. rovo
ftuo outtqr.i- y
Thursday, February 3.
Hnwall nnd Slnul- itorta CJaudlno,
Friday, F.ebruafy 4,,',
.Hongkong nnd Japan' ports Aula',
P. SI. B. 8. ' '" ' , '
, Manila, via Nagasaki Logan, U. S.
Seattle Columbian, A.H. 8, 8.
Kona and Kau ports Manna I.o.i,
Saturday, February 5.
Illlo via way ports Manna Kca.
Vtctoila and Pugot Sqund Moann, C.
A. S. 8. , '.,'?
Kaitaj ports Klnau,' stmr. ,
1 it ill and Slolqkal poits Sllkahnla,
Btmr. , ,-.-,
Tuesday February 8. '
Ban Frnnclrco China. 1. ,M, 8. S.
Wedneiday, February fl.
San FrnncUcn Lurlino, St.- N,' S.i B.
Knunl pqits W. O. Hall,n'triir.
Thursday, February 10. ,
Hawaii and .Maul jiorts tilaudlno,
stmr. . . ;
Saturday, February 12.' .
JIII6"' nnil way ports' Mauna Kca,
strnr, . ;
Sunday, February 13,',
-Slnul and Stoloknl por)s Sflkahala.
Minr, , ,s,
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr.,'
Saturday, February 14,'
San FraneUco Slnnchiirlit Vt M. '
S. 8. v
Wednesday, February 18, jf
San Franclf.cc Wllhclmlna. SI. N.
8. S. '
' , f,rdy, Ftbruary 18.
I' San Franc(sco Alameda, O. 8. 8.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports -Mongolia.
P. M, 8. S..
Sunday, February, 27,
! SanL Francisco and Seattie Hon
Ian. SI. N. 8. 8,
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
.Tuesday, February 1.
Knuit ports Klnau, Btriir., 5 p. m:
Slnul and Molokal porta Mlknhala,
stmr., 5 p. m.
i Wednesday, February.2.
! .Victoria and Pugot Bound ports
Slakura, C. A. S. 8,
San Francisco Alameda; O, 8. 8.,
10 a, nt, ,
, Thursday, February 3. t
, Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stinr. I
Friday, February 4, ,.
Slaul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
stmr., up, m.
San Francisco Asia, P, ,SI. B. 8,
Australian iiorts via Suva Moana.
C. A. S. S, ,
Tuesday, February, 8.'
HJlo and way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr., noon, , ' .
Kauai pprts-Klnau, etmrsin. m.
Maul anJ Slolqkal ports MlkahoU.
stnir,,,5 p. m.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong China.
P. M, 8. S. . . 4 v
Monday, February. 14v
Japan, iorls and" Hongkong Slan
churla, P., SI. 8.. 8.
Wednesday, Fehruary' 16.
Ban Frunclsccjr-Lurrlno,- Sl.sN. 8. 8.
Friday; February 18,
San FTanclscc-Moniwlia. PKm, 8.8.
Friday, February 21f"
San FranciBCoWllherniliui; m,',jj
-' .j':i:. .., ,j,r,i A-
vr u. H.ABtwumQtlarfor San .Fran
cIbco. Feb,' 2.-JMiss' Mark. Mn. El
llson, A. T, Qimsb. Sire. .Ormsb'y.
Chnuncoy pewey.'Mrs. Dowey,' Hi T,
Moorq. MtB. Aloora,. Mrs. A'.'rJ Dixon.
Sir. and Sirs. Germain, o. W. Ilrown
MrB, Drown, Miss Vi MacOfegr. Mri!
E. MacOregor, Miss L. A', 'Vllllamn.
Rov. Wcstervelti Mrs. Oross'; . Miss
OrosB, O. Douglas Jones, V. Buchner,
A. J. .Arrnli, H, O.'p, Kotjcrlng, Mr!
and Sirs. Jack Denshom, J, O, sillier
MIsb S. E. Hough. J. T. Miller, Mrs.
L. A. Williams, SIts, Slackay, MIsb.
Margaret OlddlngB, Miss M. Headgen
Per stmr. Slauna, Kea, for Illlo ami
wnv pqrlB Feb. J.-T. 0. ,), M
T. J. pavles, Mrs. II, W. Warner. II
r r,,1 ' M" nryant' ' Mll'er. Mr
J. L. Miller, J. w. Waldron, Sirs. Wal
iron janieg Harvey, Mr.-. Uotyvy,
.Wn Harvoy, Mas SI. Piggart
Par stmr. ,W. O. Hall, for KaUal
ports, Feb. 3,-Mrs. A. Tavaroa