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' ' , . . Oceanic Stated.
. .' Pacific Second Deorec.
fil U' WHDM1SOA'
'," '.Hawaiian First Ccaroe.
t Ml 8HA
All visiting members of tho
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend Meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS other Amp
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciations cor
.HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 iu I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
P. D. WIcko, N. Q.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evculng nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Berotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
VVM. JONES. C. C.
O. P. HEINE, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. V. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 1C, B, P. O.
tiki, meets In thelv ball, on King
Street, near Fort, ovory Friday even,
tng. Visiting brothers ara cordially
Invited to attend.
B. A. DOUTIHTT, E. R.
H, O. EASTON, Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first add third Thurs
days ot each- month at Knight ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
dially invited to attend.
P. HIGOINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
. .Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED'
' NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bcretanla and Fort streets.
. Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
Vf. It. IULEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
. evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit-
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
k. A- JAConsoN, k. n. s.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
FHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Paciflo Club.
lift' ,. nffirr Wnnrs Prnm 10 in 19.. mm
h-"2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 1460.
EEGAL SHOE CO.
r King and Bethel.
'BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
' Alexander Younc Bldjr.
A. 3. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
WAII CHONG CO. '
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING. ,
v Everything absolutely new and'
fresh from the Coast,
TWAVERLEY BLK. rHOTEL ST.-
ORIENTAL GOODS' '
il"WiNG W0 TAI & CO.
waks&VL .1 " s -
AT THE YOUNG.
Tuesday, February 1.
It. It. Sprngue, V. Va.; G. E. Duck,
Monday, January 31,
B. L. Cutting Oakland: C. K, M6r-
Kan, San Francisco; J. 'F. Kilduff; Mal
ta, Mont.; T. M. Mcnde SliolbyMont.;
Mr. and Mra. 1!. a. llryanti San Fran
cisco; llartlctt liters, San r Francisco J
T. l.i Watklna, Jr., Han Francisco; Mr,
ntiil Mrs. H. Ilruwn, Siirlngflcld
lll.t Mr. rnd Mrs. F. It. .CulberUon,
Spokano, Wa-h ; Olllden Ciilbcrteou,
Simkanc, Wavli; Miss J. Hansen, Spo
Unne, Wash.; Dr. J. K; Macnolll New
York Cl'y; 0:;:lcn McCIurg; Chicago;
J. (I. Hnlston, Clilrngn; Mr., anil Mrs. J.
11. AilnniB, I.cavr.nwortli, Wash.; Mr.
and Mm. K. G. Walters, Minneapolis,
Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dlyth, Ev
Saturday, January 29.
J. Watt. Olaa, Carl E. Smith, Hllo;
Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Kerr, Calgary. Can
ada: J. Iilii'1, Kohala; C. P. Nichols
lllto; Adam Lindsay, Hllo; V tlfll
roy, Vancouver, 1). C, Mrs. tifayetlc
I. Fish, llcrkoley, Cal.; J. F.' Wooda,
Friday, January 23.
Mrs. C. T. Owens.-Phlla.i l;hia,.la.',
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Moire, I.ellchnt;
Mrs. Waldo Kvaji, Orlnnell, lownj
Mrs. W. A. Glassford, Mrt. Charter
i-.iiis ami mini, I., v, ncr.ivlll uu. j'uri .
F. N. Welslan, J'jna; Mrs. C.ing".
ham. SchoSeli' narracks. ,
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, February 1.
Joha Hum, a, K. Iluutor. I.ettthua;
J. n. Davi3.
January 1( 1910.
. KCi'iiya. aalveston, 'Tex.; J. J.
A.iams, Ltavonworth, Wn?h.; Ots'lcn'
.ri,iurg, umcago; Dr. J. E. Macnolll
few iork City; Mr. and Mrs. Clordon
Jones. Denver. Colo.: Miss n. A.
Jones, Gordon Jones. Jr., Denver; Mr.
ami irs. i nomas woir, Denver; Mlsi
ucicn jonnson. Miss C. E. Johnron
Denver; Miss Iluby Imehvnnm. Den-
vor; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. TIdwarils: Se
attle, Wash.; S. nichardson, Kahulul,
Saturday, January 29.
Mr. and Mrs Harry Weil, Now York
Thursday, January 27.
Peter nichf, ScrioflrJd barracks.
Wednesday, January '26.
Mr. and Mru. F. E. Davis San Fran
Cisco. SHOPPING NEWS ,
The proper shooing of a h'orso re
quires a 'skill obtained onlyby long
training. Tho W. W. Wright Co. Ltd.
employ only skilled farriers. Have
your horpo shod there.
Tho keen buslncFs man Is always,
ready to recelvo-a suggestion. Hero
Is a good one. iise,tli9 Wireless.
Sniips in Knlmukl real ostato at
Bishop Trust Co. Don't fall to call at
tho real estate department If you wish
to mako some wlso investments;
Tho successful man of tomorrow
will bo the. man who saves today.' .Tho
greatest help 1n saving is an account
In a Savings, Bank',and the host sav
ings bank In Honolulu Is tho Bank of
Hawaii, Ltd.. cornor of Fort and Mcr-
FnOM PORT TOWNSEND comes
tho report that tho American bark
Albert has arrived from Knanapall
after having discharged a shipment ot
lumber nnd general,
, m- s-
JSjr-1 BULUETIN'ADR PV
SB WSk vjSkv . ss. .v. ejBsw Ssnsa ssawt sb .svss :v
This Weak "at
Automobile $4 per hour. Phone 6.
Call and. aoa Mlko Patou at th En
core, . j '
Fine copperplate i engraving and
pilntlng nt Hcakbano's. Fort J trie t,,
Tlio hand will play thin evening at
the roof garden of the. Ydung hotel.
If youwnt a good )ob Uuno uii an
auto or carrlag,f',Uke itito Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg, Co!, 427 qimn at
American :,8tam ' Uiundry Phonot
B03 Automobil dell very? -Bast work
Prompt attention. , ,
Time, pent at, the. Fashion Satooji I
lime pleasantly spent. ''This placd is
sometimes known as the' Two Jaws
Coat your Iron roofs with '"Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Ibi .cooling
and preservative properties. CallfOrnlw
Feed Co.,, agents.
Thero will bo tho roaular weekly
meeting of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee tomorrow'nfternoon at 3:30
o'clock, when tllo , ordinary J Outlriol
work will bo taken un.
Visit Jack Itobcrts at the Kentucky,
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods Mi
courteous treatment thoro.
Admirals Sebrru and Dnrry, togeth
er wun several omcors ot the fleet now
?.-!"rt'.ir nk .M0""--? 'the
isiana.aB uio, guests or.,tU6vemor.
,;'i.'. ,uua )uini;u.m,..iniiiwt, ,, Jr
Natnre-tnyhaever j jy
---not Osteopathy. For genuine I
Oiteopathy; yon- ahotud conta't a
pradnnta of n reenlan oollwe. Dr. I
Bteen, eradnate of Kirtarifle, 1180
Tho mayor meet he nt1 the First
Methodist church this evening will'
he led by Mils C. Moyer, general sec- feet. A . few albntros wero .noted
rotary of tho Y. W. C. A. Tho subject hovering around the rock, but to
of the nddreBs will bo ChrlBtlons .In ,and B boat thcre wa, enlirey out
ira--&AS!Sr" cuestlon., Captain Jacob, W
A now free dispensary was opened ot lho 0Plnlon ,hat. a,bout th" onl.
In the Palanm district yesterday. This way that a human being could visit
Is only one of suctir Inetltutlons that tMs Isolated spot would be through
wltl be established throughout.tho city, swimming through a raging surf. .
Thcic were no ceremonies at the open- Off i"or Lavsan '
Ing; It simply went right Into bust- LaysnnTsIand Was the next, mid
ncss ns soon as tho doors wero opened. pacne islet visited by. tho Thetis.
,A PorttiRueso who was seemingly n wag here that, the first scliurc of
under tho Influence of liquor? took ablrd piunagc'nnd the greater ;num
hcadcr off the Kthamwhnrt last night., h ', tn,ncsB uoachers wero
and but for' tho tlmoly noiat-inoe of 9l .0I -.t-5 ih .., ,
tho night watchman' aad'thb captain I ' The 'b'rd ,k,n were,conr,
of thoilntrcpld hownutd haveiprbbably floated and the Japanese placed
been drowned. Tho uamo of tho man , under arrest.-
was not learned. ., --
meets tms ovening torsronoarsai at
8 o'clock In the hall ot 'tho Kllohaha
Art League, .Miller; streot. All tho
members uro icducstod to bo present.
and a cordial Imitation, Is extended' to
all amateur musicians-In the' city-'to
attend tho rehearsal.
BIG STICK READY .
WASHINGTON, Janunry 24. Call'
ers at the Whlte Houses . who' hax
eoundeii tho il'rcsldcnt 'recently ,as to
htb attitude toward tha prosecution of
tho trusts reported today that, re
gardless ot whether tho proposed vol
untary Federal corporation .law Is 'pars
ed or- not, the- Administration is pre
paring 'to put Into' effect a vigorous
policy ot deallng'-wlth the-blg eombi'
nations bo, ua ,tq. .bring them within
tho provisions of tho anti-trust laws.'
Tho President is awaiting the decision
of tho Supreme Court In tho Standard
Oil and tobacco trust cases before di
recting tho' Attorney-General -to take
up an Inquiry Into tho more notorious
ot tho other trusts..
The Presldont Is further reported u
having said thut both be and the
publican party are .plodgod ;t d. p. yhf'
orous enforcement ot the Sherman set1
and that .he intends-to keep theplodge','
but does not consider It netossaryj.tb
climb upon the housetops every. moVt
Ing and shout .about it. ' Tl'
y . ..i II
assr-V' Hal'! nar:.at..BWIIatln.!''
(Continued from Page I.)
erahle length to visiting mnvcpnpcr
men this morning.
Jilrd Island was the first stcn rrtaJe
bV ttlS 'ThStll. Till Ihnalv nnt III
the Pacific Was found inaccessible,'
(hOUCh It wan the nearest to tho
'Hawaiian group. At this season ot
the year- but very few birds wero
found there or hovering over th
rack. It '.was found impostlb!e to'
land upon the rock owing An. -the
strong northeast gales nnd heavy
wells, the urf dashing high hgalMt
a sheer .precipice of two hundred
feet in height,
The Thetis n'fter cruising about
Bird Island; and her offlcers .seeing
no evidences of human beings' upon
the lbhoiy took, then proceeded to
Ne,cik"r ,,'and( whor,e the .revenue
cutter made n stop, but, it was dls
covered .that thoro were no more
Bad weather, prevented a, landing,
being made at Nccknr Island, and
the same conditions existed owing to
the strong, northeasterly gales which
prevailed nnd, heavv Eeas.
prevailed, nnd, heavy ceas.
The llltla .reVenuo cutter 1 then
steamed westward, and tho .next
"gn,ea " Uttrmner ,8mnu'
Oonld Hot' Land.
This was nlto Inaccessible, It be-
'3 wholly of ro:k formation and
,"'DB out of the seato n height of
about two nunarcd rcct, nnu- naving
a diameter of nearly two hundred
covered 'n't Layan as
came to anchor vas an
flag which1 was seen flying from 'tho
unoer nart of a small watch-tower,
or lookqut station. Though a high
senwas .running at tne nme, a dosi,
wa sent from the' Thetis, and; In
command, ot an ofllcer and a crew ot
picked 'and armed rhen.t a. .landing
wasl effected.' Tho '.ofllcer was instructed-
by' Captain Jacobs to learn
the': number Of men upon the Island
and. the Thels officers were also dl-
recteu to secure .imormauon con
earning, the 'amount of bird skins
th(!n .on .the 'Island.
The .Tbetls men rounded up fit'
teoh Jdbanese on Layadn, and these
Were occupying thirteen -buildings
find 'shacks. v In sonic) of the'bulld
i'dga' was tund a large quantity ot
bird! skins and plumage. U was on
this, Island that, two smalt sampan
wero fptfid.7 The little craft were
evfdeiitlyuevLtntaklng the men
I jom'inei, Japanese;, scnooucr 10 mo
Island,. 'Ac"". dint., to" the statement
ffo'A.the ThetlsVorsi.U would be
Iaiipob.!el(or,thi;Ja,titP8a to, have
yjlde;oy..dltan6.''at;ea In such
smsJi yasaeis. Jk4nsnpoaI"uu ul
awvralqt? tha J8jpanMS,wre idoou-'
themcfttrpmV.IOnajpaioPjey .jip wnicn
itiey; wri autp.orsed;;ito..land 'on
'lyan;,and. sjnd- oqnMP. 8 bu,,i
teas iofscurin bird' Diumage. '
,Wn'jdfWfi5r ty '
dimovered,nttLa'ytBd,y stand were ln
formed.that thelk acta were indi
rect ' yloybn, ofihe'.'Federttl laws.
They1,; submitted .pceably to-"the
mandat',9f CapUIn Jacobs that they
were under arrest, and offered no
resistance, whatever( when told' to
nrenata fn'r colnr'nn'board 'the The
tis. It. requited two, da'ya to trans'
for the Japanese, poachers, tneir per
sonal .effects and .baits -and' boxes dt
Diumage -to. the 'revenue cutter. The
Japanese were wellfiprovlsioned. Six
pf-the' men claim to have been resi
dents of the Island since last April',
Nine declared thaftb'ey hnd arrived
at. Laysan. last August, ueing mim
ed' there., from .fbe Japanoso schoon
er Tempoii'Maru,, which is belleyed'
to .have sailed from Toicto or, toko
liama. They were told ,by the; offi
cers in. charge pf the big .bird hul
In Japan, that a sehdqhor" would bo
sent forthem,in April, 1910. The
monre,.to.alilntents and purposes,
mere tools In. the. employ of, the Japj:
aneeo company, which Is carrying on
the work of' gathering bird' skins in
the Pacific Ocean.- Th?y offored no,
objections -to accompanying' tne,
American officers Jfo the revenue
cutter. v .
Many Green Skins.
tiThe' confiscation on Laysan in
cludodi a lot of (jlrd. ;Bklns which
wore undergoing niproces'sof curing.
These were laid under--several hun-,
dred larg8(Japanese, mats. ,The mats
wero held down by rbeka in order
to prevent tho skins from being dam
aged try the wind or 'the weather,
Those skins, were found Impossi
ble to transfer' tg-th -Thetis,' It ha
Iiir conceded that to 'bring; them to
the vessel .might causa alekness, at
ninu))',were iu, a state of putrlfnctluii.
TWo'ofilcerr and boat crews .assisted.
lnahe transfer-ot the Japanese, and,
neaily two days to complete the
work, 'The .already dried nnd cuied
Plumage and skins wore brought ion
board nnjethen Captain Jacobs took
sttps.to destroy the skins lit process
OftUIrlng. . This was successfully ne
-Lysiantyi-.lland yielded, eight
JapanesO poachers and 'a large quan
tity ot dried' skins. The plumage
found on this island was -practically
all In a cured stato and 'ready for;
shipment. 'A great portion of the
booty was baled and evidently, pre
pared to be loaded aboard the first
Japanese schooner. One officer and
an armed crew was sent to Lyslan
sky. They went ashore and, the
eight Japanese offered no resistance
to accompanying the party back! in
the Thetts. The poachers had1 been
occupying four buildings. They had
an abundance of- provisions, and In
several of the rudeishcltcrsvwhlch
had been eroded upon the Aland
wore found large numbers of skins
and feathers. It. was here that the
Thetis officers found several cases ot
Un botu Laysdn nnd, Lyslansky In
lands, the Japanese were In posses
sion of. a reproduction ot an order
Issued thiough tfte President of tho
United Stntcs- somo years ago, which
made It a crime against the Fed
eral statutes tor anyone to kill .birds
on' the,, mldpaclhc Islands or engage
In the. business ,of poaching or -gath
ering skins: It was upon tho' pro
visions of this order; which wns
translated to tho Japanese found
there, that the' arrests' were mado by
the' Thails officers. i -
The Thotis officers having complet
ed their' labors at Lyslansky the' rerb
ntio .cutter then proceeded to Pekrl 'or
Hcrmos-Reofs. The vrescnce.of'Rmall
or calf 'seals wcrd "first found at this
spot. Tho'prosdnca'of a'larKn-numW
of. birds was' also dlscoterod as tha
Thetis neared1 tha Hermos reeti. A
boat was sent- ashore but ,there was
no signs 'of human' beings or their'
habitation on t:.o roefs. l Tho rhin who
manned, tho boat returned and report'
ed to -Captain Jacobs that the young
seals were extremely fierce. There,
had apparently been no depredations
from bird" hunters Jori'i ithe ' -Hermes
reefs, according to tho report .brought
here by the Thetts.
To Midway. " t'
From HormeB, the .Thetis sailed with
the aid of her auxiliary steam i plant
to -Midway 'I .land.- Captain Jacobs
here , got. Into communication with the
authorities .at Washington through
the Midway cable station. He1 also
received -some Important mall from'
tne mainland. '
Thn Thdlln did notircmaln'a ereat'
Ujnglh I of -time at Midway but, got
under way. and Ocean Island was the
next mid-Pacific isolation visited 'by
the revenue cutter. Whllo It 'was Im
possible to cftost a landing upon .'tho
deserteu 'Sana spit tno vessel ' went,
closo ettongh to the Island to note that
thero 'had been no human habitation'
uhpn tho.spott.or qdlte a-perlod.Mnny
birds were discovered there .and as
One ot the Thetis boats nearod the
shores, a largo number ot seallons
-were found.' No evldencos.of depre
dations from Teachers 'was discovered
and' thg'Thotls thon " resumed her
crnlse, 'returning' to Midway iBland,
whero she took on mall from the cable
Back To Laysan.
in order ,tomake sure that'tbo de
struction ot, the uncured Bklns left on
Laysan had been .complete, tbo Thetis
noon leaving Midway" fdr tho last, time
called 'again at Laysan." A vlBlt' ashdre
showed that the-sklns left' there were
rondered worthless and that their de
struction' had beon complete. '
- On' Daro or- Dowaett reefs, which
was the' next point vlslted 'by the cut
ter; but. few birds were found hover
ing. about the Island.' No attempt' was
made to effect a' landing here but-the
cutter bruised about the. reefs and
sovoral Observations were' nlade which
satisfied'. tho. officers that no' poachers
had visited the Dowsett reefs In recent
date '' t
I' A boat was sent nBhoro when the
Tbetls arrived off tho French Frigate
snoais. .no birds were- round .there.'
The, shoals were Inaccessible and'1 no
landing, was mado. On the several
sand Islands .near' tho shoals no sign
of human' habitation was. noted. -
It was 'also -a noteworthy fact lha,t
throughout the tour -of tho Thetis to
the. outlying bird Islands, the. officers'
failed to notb' the .''presence ot Japan
ese fishing" craft there r" '
' ,TheFreneh Frlgftto Shoals -was tho
last atop made by-tho 'Thetis-before
returning to-Honolulu.' Tho weather
from thn ttrrin (if .lnnvlncr 'ttin felintila
was very rough;, Tho elements, served
t6 'retard tho' 'progress 'of 'the' cutter
and she was -much delavo'd' bv lho
strpng northeakterly- winds and, soas.
Japanese Landed, ' ' ' ' "
Almost Immediately after-' dropping
anchor, the Thetis was' 'Visited bytn
liarty of Federal and Territorial offi
cials. United States District Attorney
Breckons, United States Marshal Hen
dry woro ntnohg tho first to, go' aboard
nnd' to .take cliargo tif the twenty-flvo
Japanese who''Were"vlrtually''prisonlirB 1
upon tne' cutter.' The 'vessel waa'also
boarded' by ropro'sdntatives front-'the
customs, service, whose duty,' It will
bono tako' charge ot'thoU's tons or
Wednesday. February 2.
SAN l'TtANCIBIX) Arrived Feb. .:
S. S. Illlonlan. hence Jan. S3.
BAN FItANCISCO SaJlo.l Fc'j.VJ:
8. B. Lurllne, noon, for Honolulu.
A1.AMB1M sails for 8au Franslsco
thl', 10 p. m. ?
TIPV HTl IVV. Inn irht 1st thai limn
Ret for tho sailing of tho Ocoanc
steamer Alameda for San Francisco.
Tho local agents decided to' hold, tho l
Veseel.over for the delayed Canadian-
Australian liner MnkUra. 'which Is
bringing forty passengers 'from ADs'
trnllan ' ports who nro' to proceed to
San Francisco -nnd doslro to bo trans-.
Tcrrcd to tho Oceanic boat nt Hono-
. TWO ItUNDRBD ions of Oriental
freight will bo discharged at Honoluld
from tho Pacific Mali Intcrmcdlatolin-
er Asia.' which IS diio- to arrive here
from -.Hongkong and Japan ports'ort
Thursday evening wirriaay morning,
fflin aiAnanl III lnb A lint f .fin An
mo ninci ", ,-- u.,u. ..-.v..
Inv.nvri- nassenzorn to tho coast, they,.
bolnc ladles' Yclatod to officers com
ncctcd with the 'Pacific fleet.
THE GERMAN bark H. Hackfcld
which arrived here on Janunry 4 with
a' large cargo of gunoral merchandise
from Europe by tho'wa'y bf 'Rotterdam,
will bo dlspatchod'for Sydney Heads
touay; ino'vessci-wurioKe no carBu
from this port -but sail In ballast.
"' M . I
THE UNITFJJ STATES army trans
liort Logan Is due to arrive from Ma
nila via Marlvelcs nnd Nagasaki,- to
morrow, Tho army boat1 Is bringing,
the Headquarters and enlisted 'men of'
the First Cavalry. Six troops ot tho
regiment nro to bo statlonod at Pre
sidio. The togan Is alto bring
ing a numbor ot Phlllpplno Insular
government employees 'who are" bound
tor tho States on extended leavo ot ab
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Asia, one
of. tho-lntermeiltate eteamerB' operated
by 'the company, should nrrlve rrom
Hongkong via -Japan porta tomorrow.
Thin vosscl'ls bringing a considerable
quantity of Oriental cargo for Hono
lulu.. If. Hackfcld &.Co. aro tho local
agents for the liner.
A LATE WIRELESS received by
UIC1 iwai UaUUH ui, ,ii vuiinmwt-nur
t.ollkn lln. U.Vra '.nnm uni, thn I
Iha. In.al H.Anid mt ,l.n InH.JI.n.llld.
probable arrival of itho steamer from -
the colonies via'pnva.on or apout t
oclock. Tho vessol win be' given n
prompt dispatch. The bookings for
.Vancouver and Victoria by this liner
aro quite extensive:
ACCORDING to- cable ndvlcos the,
Pacific MslI- Intermediate ' steamer
China sallcdfrom'San Francltco -ftjrj
Japan "ports' ana nongKong -uy ine
way of Honolulu -yesterday. The China
Is duo to arrlvo hereon or about Feb
ruary 7. "
THE MATSON Navigation liner
Lurllne Is said will sail from San
Francisco today," her destination I being
Honoiulur The vessol is duo nera on
Fcbniary .- The veBscl.lsvbrlnglng a
number ot passengers nnd a good sited
cargo. -. j- "-
'j . i t-t : .-
MINNEAPOLIS MEN . I
y LIKE H0IJ0LTJLII
(Continued from Page .1.) 'c
Among' the other Minneapolis ped-
tile who are here are. George P. 'Wil
son, fofmer attorney-general -of the
State and a' man who Is sent to tho
Senate ot Minnesota as regularly as
clockwork; Edmund G. "Walton, one
Of the leading real estate men or.
his section, .and Frank 'M: Joyce, an
other prominent, business man nt tbo
city. The 'Minneapolis people imovo
together, and -agree splendidly
abroad as welpas at home, and the
Honolulu contingent Is having a fine
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That terrible Itch disappears with
the 'FIRST'-DROPS 'of Dl D. DFro
scriDtlon: "It kills 'all skin dlea'so
gormsvlnstantly. -A .'soothing, hbaltng
lotlon.t-DBod externally only. Hono
lulu Drug Co., Fort street. 1
m - . I
.,'.lnev4land ana O. JL. L. shipping
sookayfos" sala at the Bulletin
,?e.:tiiac. - - i -.
more of confiscated bird plumage.
Captain Jacobs estimates that he'haa
secured 269,400 bird wlngB, 'besides a
number of 'cases of stttffed 'birds.11
It Is' possible .that the Thetis may
bo' moored alongside"' 'prio 'of -th.o
wharves today 'In order'to 'permit Tof
her' discharging tho largo quantity 'Of
plunder. ' ' .
- Thodis'poBlttoti of tho feathers 'Is a
matter which'witl,llo with the1 (Treas
ury Department. .Officials nt Washing
ton. It Is understood thai, the plum
age will be destroyed, though It Is
conceded that" the confiscated feathers
nnd "skins 'nrol'ot considerable" value.
Fouremnll iboats found' 'by tho officers-
of tho Thetis, two on Layaan 'and
two on Lyslansky ,wore left therfa -ns
they wero too small and practically
.valueless owing to exposure from tho
elements. ' ,
The' Japancso found oh Lyslnnsk'y
have been 'engaged In senurlniit sktn-i
;"'1 "."" 'h"':"M ' '". D"':,H'r"
uieru since laBCAugusi. on japanoso
claim to'. have' arrived at Liiui0ut
April,' while nine 'tallowed In .August.
They- all claim to' have boen conveyed
to tne racinc islands by tho same
schooner, ' - j
The value of tho confiscated' skins
and' feathers Is catlriiafed M between
eighty and dno hundred' thous'SVid' do -
lare'nt the 'nrosent nrlces nrevalllnc
ou.ttis marked, ' .j'hii',:,m
DEPARTED 1 " I
Tuesdarj February 1.
'Haual ports Klnsuj staSr., 6 p. ni.
Maui ana moiokbi pons mnauam
Btmr.. 5 ti. tn.
i L .
I PABIENQEM DEPAWTEP )
"" " ti - , tai-ia f-'stLi FruZ
r2V ..? MrTrT M
. Feb 1. Miss Mart, MHi N. Zi-
"son, A. t. utmsoy. r, unaaoy,
osauncoy Dewey, Mrs. uewer, n. i. .
Moore, Mrs. Moore, Mr- 'Ai F. Dixon,
Mr.and'Mrs. Germain, QW.-Browji.
Mr ,Brown j,;jBB y. siacOregor, Mr.
a MacQrcgor, Miss L, A. Williams,
BT' WMl"vllt' " $J k"'"
,". - U,?Mn "X JI'
A. J. Arrall, II. u. F, Kottaring, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dcnsbani, J. O. Miller,
Miss '8. ' E: Hough",' J."f. "Miller, Mr.
jA a. Williams, Mrs. Maokay, Mlso
-aial'-.- ,. .
Aiargaret uiaaingsi'ituss. M.rticaagen
,.. . .,... v.. . mi. --'
Per stmr. MnunS Kca, for Ilo and
wav ports. Feb. l. T. c. Davie. Mm
liT.fC. Davles, Mra. H. Wi Warner. H
Uryant, Mi Bryant, G. Miller, Mr
J. B.. Miller,'.!. WrWnldron. XIrs. Wal-
droit, James Harvoy, Mrr. Harvey,
Miss Harvey., Miss M. L'iggart
ptr gtrar cmiu, :-r Ktnal irt,
Fob. ,1. W. II. Rico; Jr.. . 11. II Rice.
W. Waterhouse, Mrs. E. Mutli-n. Minx
Bnast, Mrs.. Satidow, A. Rocinsn. N.
Si Downey. 31' McClellan.' Mrs. Fish.
N. J. ShoenbnrEer', WOi'ilall, Mrs.
F.'P. Wilson Mrs.'W.'J. Asch, Mrs.
O. Blackst'cad Francis Oay, Mrs. Apo,
Mrs. W. K. Samuels', Miss J. Lota
PASSENGERS BOOKEO. ' I
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. for Kona
and Kau ports. Fob., 8. Mrs. R. D.
WalUlrldgo, Mrs.Uaxtcri Mrs. Man-
nnn Mica mttr.nn f nil fln V? T
par'ton. Mr. and Mrs. detr, Mr. nd
Mrs. P. Shiner, 'Mr. and Mrs. W:
Illack, Miss Karcher, Miss Buscy, I'.
Vf.' Carp, W. Richardson.
Por stmr. W.G'. Hall, for Kauai
ports. Feb. 3. Mrs. A. Tnvares.
Malls are cue at
, , ,.lli.
POtntS SS TOI10W S
San FrancUco Per China, Feb. 8.
iuumiia-ror (, ru. .
- VanrvitivAr TA.f njina . tTih. R
Cilonles Per Makura, toilay or lomor-
writf ' t ."-
"Mails will depart for the foltnwlai
points' as, fotldws: " " "
Yokohama China,, Feb. 8i' 4
VancouvcrPoV Makura, Fob. 1. '
ColonleSrSer Mbana; Fb..E.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
S Today. ,. J
Australian. ports via Buvn Makura.
C.-A. e. s:, Tr.'nl.t'' ' -' .
Midway Island Thetis', U. 8. reve
nue cutter. h ' . f.
Thursdayi February. 8.i
r Hawaii -'arid Maul- ports Clandlne,
Friday, February' 4.
'Hongkong nnd Japan Tports Asia,
P. M; 8. B. . , ;
Manila, via Nagasaki Logan, U, B.
-Seattle Columbian, A.-H. 8. 8. '.:
Kona and Kau porta Mauna Loa,
strhr. - ' 1 )", '( A
r SaturdayFabruary i. . ,
Hllo via way' porta Mauna Ke.
etmr. ' 4,
Victoria and Puget 8ound Moana, C.
A. 8. 8. ' ' '
8unday, February 0.
, Kauai ports Klnau, stmr,, ,-
Maul and Molokat ports Mlkahata,
Tuesday February B
.San Francisco China, j. M. B. 8.
i 'Wednesday; February B. ,
- Barf Fraflcisco Lurilne','M N. 8. a.
' Kauai ports W.'O: Hail, stmr.
' " Thursday, February 10".
Hawaii- and Maul' porta-Claudlno,
stmr. ' ' 'V
VE68EL8 TO DEPART
--- ' ' r-r4
.Wednesday, February 2.
San' Francisco Alameda. O. S. B.,
10 P.m.. i V !(, 1
Thursday, F.abrUary S. '
'Victoria and. Puget BotmS pqi-ts
Makura; O. A.,B. B. " . '
h' Ban-FrancU'cb-T-aalvestdnand Den-
vori u. a. cruisers,. 1 s ,,
Kadal. ports .W O, Hall, stmr, -
Friday; February 4.'. ' '
.Maul, and Hawaii porta Claudlai,
stmr., p-. m. ..li -'
Ban Frattelaad AslsHvifi. 8. B. -
.aaturdajaybridfcy , -; ,;
Australian norts-'vla 8uva Moana.
C.A-S.B; ,itTA r
' Tbesday,, Fab,ruay ,8i ,
Hllo and way ports M.auhS' Kea,
stmr.,' riooh".- - - 0 ' ' "
Kauai port-f Klnau, ;stmr,"5,'p. m.
(Maul and Moloktl ports Ulkahaid,
stmr.. 8 p. m. f 1J ,
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
P. M. 8. 8: J
' . Monday, February' 14.
Japad, Trta. and Hongkong Man-'
":'ehuria. - P M. H.B, -i i.t
, j J wtx
wBunnuijf,' rvoruory io.
8an FranciscoJ-LlirllneJ'.M. N, 8. B.
SanFraneUoo-Mongoiia, p. m. 8. B.
Friday, February SB.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna,, M. N.
;- - .f ,
flMLLxtiN ADSPAY n
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