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BVEN1N0 BUM.ETlU, HONOLTJLO. T. h., FRIDAY, FEB. 4t 1910.
Pacific Second Degre:.
Hawaiian First Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order nTo cordially Invited to
attend meetlugs of local lodges'
Meet on the
Slid and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciatlcns cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. I'. Hall, Tort Street.
K. II. HENDRY. Secretary.
T. D. Wlcko, N. O.
All vlsltlug brothers very cordially
0AHU IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frt
Bay evening at 7:30 In K. of I. JInll.
corner Fort and Berotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES. C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, H. 1. O.
Elks, nieeU In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even,
log. Visiting DrotUors are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOHTHITT, E. It.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN IBIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. K. M.
Meets overy first and third' Thurs
days of c.ch month at Knights or
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
P. HIGOINS, Sachora.
E. V. TODD, O.-ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot cncn month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINl'HY LODGE No.8,K:.ofP.
Meets evory 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:3 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and llerotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordladly Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOIl, C. C.
12. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. S.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGE0N.
Alakea St., Manka Paciflo Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 690. Residence, 1480.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
BOOKS! BOOKS! ?0ftKS!
Go to '
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg,
, i Rebuilt
'' T $05.00 ";
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.. LTD.
VfAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERIXY RLE. HOTEL ST
WING V?0 TAI & eo.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNC. .
rridsy, February 4.
I)r .1. II. Farrell, Wnlluku; .1. II.
Williamson, Mr. inid Mm. .1. II. Bar
nurd, l-cllehua; Mr., and Mrs J. II.
Lewis, Lei ohm; Mrs. Ilorgcr, l?lle
hua: .1. K. 'llmnc, Lellchun; 1. H.
BlioiIdan, L'rildunj A. C, Smith, Aus
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, February 4.
C. llclicli r, t ffgland, .1 Evans, Taco
LOGAN HAKESS1I0RT STAY.
(ConMimed from Pago 1.)
camlets mill 100 casuals. A num
ber of Philippine Insular government
cmplojea nro Included In the list of
Six troops of llio ritst Cavalry, It
Is said, will lie stationed nt the Pro
tldlo under intnmand ot Lleut.-Col.
WIl.liuu A KBhuiik, the hoad'b.uar
trrg, band nnd four troops to be
with i lie regimental commander.
Col. Edward J. McClermuul, at Port
Wnlla Wiilla, Wash,, nnd two troops
tit I'.olro ttnrracks, ldulin.
Tho military passengers of tiio
Logan Include Col. John C, Dent,
Fourteenth Infantry; I.tutit.-Col.
Sliunk. MnJ.yCharlca 12. Woodruff.
Medical Corps; MuJ. Joseph A. Gas
ton, MuJ Llojd M. Brett, .Chuplaln
Halsey C. C.ivitt, nil of the First
Cavalry, and MnJ. Dwlght 12. Holly,
Fifteenth Ihfantrv , Captains da, lto
Boy C. Cabell, Edmund S. Wright,
Pierce A. Murph), John W Moore,
Joseph It. McAndrcws, nil of the
First; Criit. Edward M. Supplce, Pay
Department, nml Capt. Itnny S.
Howlnnd, Twenty-sixth Infantry;
Llcutennnts Clinrles D. Tliomns Jr.,
Thomns M. Knox, Frank Keller,
Clarcnco Llnlngcr, llornco Munro,
Walter 11. Keilney, Harry I.. King,
Henry I.. Wntson. William C. Mc
Chnrd, Veterinarian Coleman .Nock
olds, Timothy M. Coughlan, Anton
II. Schroder, Alden M. Graham, Ed
ward M. Often, David I.. Roscoc,
Hugh S. Johnson, Jonathan M.
Wnlnwrlght, Itohcrt I,. Lounsbury,
Honuan Kobbe, Vetorlnarlan Walter
It. Pick, all of Hie First; Hownrd
H. Johnson. Arthur C. Christie, both
of the Modltal Corps; Lieut. Ferdi
nand W. Fonda, Signal Corps; I.leut.
Benjamin M. P.alley. Fifth (field Ar
tlllcrj; Hurto'u A. Seeley, veterinar
ian, Second Field Artillery; I.leut.
John N. Merrick. Medical Itesorvo
Major Gacton, among those re
turning, was prominently Identified
with the re'.lef work Qf San Fran
cisco after tho disaster of 190S, and
for several months was In charge of
the commlssar of the llellef Corpor
ation mid lied Cross Funds.
BIG SIIORTAUE OF
FLOWED FOR LEIS
Flowers nro becoming rc.ii up In Ho
nolulu, and tho recent heavy rains ro
being blamed for the sliortago. Will
Cooper, of tho Promotion Committee
this morning handed In nn order fcr
eight hundred 101s which nro vvantel
to adorn the Cleveland tourlsta when
thoy nrrlvo, but If tho rain contlniiiS
Ihcro Is not much chance of gotllug
tho neccsbary flowers.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
i'-iin t.'Mniai Unnm Phnn IRK
This ' Week at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Classified Ads' are Al
ways Little Helpers. They will help
your business; they will find 'oat
property or people: .they will find
something you want, and thsy will
sell something "'you don't 'want.
Moral: Let the little helpers help
you they only coat one cent'a word.
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phone 6.
Mike Paton has buttermilk, at tho
Encore Saloon. i
If you want a good Job dona on an
huto or carriage 'take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 43T Quoeu St. "
Amorloiui Swam Ladndry Phone
502 AntomoUla dliTwy--Best work.'
Prompt attention. v
Tlmo spent lit the Fashion Saloox Is
llmu pleasantly nont. ) This place Is
sometimes known asithe Two Javes
The noxt regular meeting of llio
Clly and County Hoard tf Supervisors
will be held' on Tuesday" evening.
Thcru Is a considerable amount of
business to como before tha municipal
Plumbing Inspector Mlehlslcln has
filed, IiIh report for the, month of Janu
ary, which shows: Plans for plumb
ing filed, G7; permits Issued, u7!
plumbing accepted, 12; fixtures In
stalled, 20..') ; rower connections, 13;
Inspections', US; feci collected and
deposited with the ticasiircr, $114.
Sergeant Harry, manager of the
Guards' baseball nine, doslics to an
nounce that his team is ready to play
tho Columbia Hoys nny old time they
lllic A communication addressed to
Colones Jones would result In Barry
being despatched on the warpath with
a challenge to tho much traveled ones.
The following will bo the llno-np of
(he National Guard baseball nlno for
their match with the Combined Fleet
team tomorrow afternoon: Soarcs, c;
Williams, p ; Hiitlcr, lb.: H. Chilling
worth, 2b.; I.cmon, ss.; Ilushnell, 3b.;
Hlce, If.; Eli Suo, cf.; TownSend. rf.
Tho line-up ot tho Fleet nlno will not
bo announced till tomorrow.
Captain Iiergor, lender of the Ha
waiian Hand, has requested the Mayor
to render an opinion an to wlurt dis
position should be made In the caso of
U Walamau, a musician of the 'band
who lias been 111 for tho past threo
months. Tho bandsman has been und
er pay during his entire Illness and
Ills condition has not Improved.
PUBLIC BODIES TO HOLD
(Continued from Pais 1.1
existing conditions hero ntll be mado
beforo tho Congress takes a ttep In
"To many laboring mon. Japanese
and others. It will be a hardship to be
restricted so that they cannot take
some refreshment at homo when they
come back from their work or to bo
cither obliged to pay very high prlco
for drinks or to use something that
will really harm them.
"Vt'e feel that our laboring class
needs liquor to n certain extent and
while wo reflect from prophosylng the
results of prohibition upon our labor
ing class, wo feel that some unexpect
ed result's wilt follow to the disadvant
age of all. We feel as If tbls question
ought Ho be'studlod further and any
action left In tho hands of the people
A NEW gasoline engtno fs going Into
the IJttlo cnblo supply schooner Flan
reneo Ward. Tho craft will receive
some minor repairs and then bo hauled
Into the stream, thero to await the
tlmo for departure on another voyagq
to Midway Island cable station. The
naurenco Ward Is expected to sail
for Midway sometime In March.
SCRAP IRON Is still .going Into the
bark Alden Oesse end that vessoj may
be able to got away for the Pacific
coast by the first part ot tho coming
week. The bark lies near tho foot of
Fort street nnd It Is duo malnly'to a
delay In tho receipt of Iron that lias
detained tho vessel 'In sailing for Rc.
j , py
When you want to bt
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jat. H. Lave.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Fnrisltnr and Piano Xorou
il - Ls i
FLEK p WDJf
Tho ball to be tendered tho petty
officers and sailors of the Pacific Fiect
at the Moana an.l the Scasldo
hotels t.opmnow.. evening will ba one
of the great events "ot 1?10. No pains
have been spnicd by C. C. von llanun
and the members of the' various com
mittees working under his dln'Clltm to
mako this' affair a great success.
The ball to tho chief petty officers of
the Pacific Fleet nt the Alexander
Young hotel laVt Wednesday has been
pronounced by all who attended, to
be the finest ever given In Honolulu.
It was entirely duo to tho untiling ef,
foris of the members of tho various
committees' or the Chnmbsr or com
merce that everything went off so
smoothly. To eclipse that seems nl
most impossible but, ns the ladles
of Honolulu have promised to lend
their aid, tho bluejackets will find
hosts of the fair sex waiting to bo
asked for "the pleasure of n dance."
It Is Indeed a glowing tribute to tho
men of tho fleet to know that their
services are so much appreciated. Con
sidering that thete men nro upholding
the good name of the United States
as lojal subjects and protectors of llio
Union, tho ladles ot Honolulu realize
this and have promlted to turn out In
full forco to give these sailor bojs tho
tlmo of their lives
In such demand will tho fair sex
be, that all are Invited to attend. No
Invitation cards havo been issued, bo
It Is up to the masculine clement of
this city to act as escorts to girls In
ordor that tho sailor bojs may not bo
"wall-flowers." The men of tho Pacific
fleet aro thousands of miles nway from
their home townthey are longing to
dance with Hawaii' girls nnd as they
are good dancers the girls will lio In
good hands. i
Tho ball rooms at tho Moana nnd
Seaside hotels are specially adapted
to accommodate large crowds so Ihcro
will be plenty of dancing space. The
music has all, been arranged for, the
floors aro being ro waxed and tho
looms nnd grounds profusely decorat
ed by men of the fleet throush tho
courtesy of Rear Admiral 8ebree. It
Is anticipated that at least 3000 peo
ple vvlll be present. Refreshments aro
bolng arranged for by tho management
of theso hotels.
Tho ball will commence at 8:15
o'clock tomorrow evening and It Is
particularly- requested that tho ladles
will go early so that tho sailor boya
may havo nn opportunity of getting
their programs filled beforo the rauBlc
starts tor ino nrst uance.
. Following Is a complete list of pat
ronesses for Saturday evening's ball:
Mesdames Walter F. Frear. Cor-
wln P. Rees, S. W. Dunning, C. W
Case Deerlng, Georgo Dftvles. I.. Ten
ney Peck, B. A. Mott-Smtth, Arthur
Wilder, S. O. Wilder. O. C. von
Hsmm, George' Peivy, Francis
Swanty, Edward Tenney, Dralnerd
Smith, Ralph Forster, A. Q, Hawes
Jr., 11. V. Dillingham, Robert At
KliiBon, F, Klanip, O. Cheatham,
Alexander Young; .Archie Young,
Alexander Isenbefg, C. II. High, Al
lan Herbert, Fred Waldron, M.
Ilrasch, Fred Rush, E. A. Berndt,C.
du Hoi, O. Swatn, George King,
Murtx, Harry Iwts, James Dougher
ty, J. It. Hombergcr, J. M, Rlggs,
F. J. C. 'lagans, John McClellan, A.
lilridsay, Ai' W. T. Bottomley, Sam
Damon, James Judd, . R. Castle,
S, M. Hajlau, C. Hedcmauo, C. B.
Cooner. Charles Crane, Ed. Towse.
'Arthur Berg, AP. Taylor, Fred
Macfarlane, Jack Dowsott, II. von
tt61t.' Mafy Ounn, Oeorgo Herbert,
8. 11. Dole, J. S. McOrew, S. H. Wad
hams, Oeorga W.Bmlth, C B, Wood,
C. Q. Bnllcntyno.'n. M. Watson. F.
A. Schaefcf, f J.Jowrcy, J.jA. Ken
nedy, August Hnnneborg. II. Holnie3,
I. II. Sopor, W, M. Graham, F. Klo-
balm. A1. GartcnbeVg; W. O, Smith, W.
w. nail, &. K. Myers, i. gnvo uavius,
Maiston Cnmubel . John Watcrhousn
J. A. Gait, A. Lewis, Jr.. W. H. Bab.
bltt, h O. Blackmail, W. A. Bowcn, A.
M, Brown, Robert, Catton, B. B. Pax
ton. Walter Dillingham, Norman Wat
kins, Miss NancoTl. Winston.
THE PACIFlrJ 'MAHj Intermediate
liner ABla with about two hun
dred tons of Oriental cargo for Ho
nolulu will berth at tho Hackfeld
wharf upon arrival hero.
A DREDGER w'as hauled up on tho
marine railway, this morning for n
caulking and overhauling.
Coat your Iron "foots with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California.
Food Co , agents.
SURE to have your
The famous ''Qulnn" automobile
nnd hack rate bill has been passed
by the unanimous oto of the board
of city nnd county supervisors, nnd
as soon ns It can be printed will be
eomo n law, provided flavor Fern Is
This is the mensuro over which a
large number of hackmen, ns well m
automobile livcrmcn, were moro or
less vitally Interested.
"Jim" Qulnn was wearing broad
gauge smiles this morning nt tbo
surbos3 of 'his measure. The hill
specifies tho mnxlnmm tatcu for
autos nnd hacks In tho itty nnd
about the Island ns well. The tariff
hns been flxc.d along the sapie lines
ns thnt of formor j'ears, with a pos
sible few exceptions.
Somo sixty hack and unto stands
aro given their allotment In the
disposition of city stands.
The bill wont the course with tho
supervisors, nnd It was only after a
number of amendments were offered
nnd Incorporated thnt the bill was
paired. ' '
"It's now up to the Major," vviis
tho hurried rejoinder of Qulnn this
HORSE THIEF SELLS
TWO ANIMALS CHEAP
Chief of Deicctives McDnfao went
down toWnlertown yesterday after
noon to Investigate thu horso stealing
cases thnt have been rather frequent
The man who is busj scted of steal
ing the horse belonging to tho Stock
Yards Stables, Is nlco thought to bo
responsible for tho theft of another
horse from tho stable of a Honolulu
Chinese merchant. Both horses havo
been discovered In ttio poospEston nf
a Japanoso at Wntcrtowi The Jap
aneso holds' two bills of salo for tho
animals, and the harness of ouo.
Tho first horso nnd harness was
cold for thirty dollars, and tho second
went for twenty. The buggy which
was attached to horso No. 1, was
found later on In tho brush sin round
ing the reservation. No attempt was
made to sell It, and It was left there
to tot as far ns tho thle,f cared.
The horso-thlcf Is known,, and up
till a week ago was working on ono of
tho dredges nt Pearl Harbor. How
ever, as soon as McDufQo found oilt
that tho man had ieft Waiertown. he
set his staff on the hunt and It Is
practically Issured that tho thief will
bo arrested today or this evening.
A SHIPMENT of coficu amounting
to CSS sacl.B fiom Kona and Kau
ports was include J in the freight
brought to Honolulu this morning by
llio futer Island ttoamcr Mauna I.oa.
The cargo nlro Included 88 sacks
beans. 4i ssck'S taro. 'IC bunches hv
lianas, 40 cases honey, 42 sacks iota-
iocs, 240 pieces koa wood. 24 Inlea
hides and 187 packages sundries. Thir
ty head cattlo arrived. Tho" cabin
passengers numeral IS and CO travel
ed cm deck. Tho Mauna Loa met with
considerable tain along tho Hamakua
coast. Strong northeast (radon were
encountered In crossing tho channel.
THE BRITISH ship Celtic Chief Is
oxpectcd will finish taking In ballast
by Ui6 last of tho wcok and piocecd
to Bon, Whllo positive orders havo not
yet been received it is believed that
tho Celtic Chlof will go to Australian
noi Is. Tho Celtic Chief arrived hero
on Doeember 6, having for tho first
fow days pllod herself up on tho Ka
llhl roofs. Sho was towed to doopor
water vrlllicuL having sustained sen
ous damage, Should tho British ship
proceed to Australia sho will there go
THERE HAS been no rain along
tho Kona and Kau coasts for soiue
days, according to a roport brought to
Honolulu by tho offltors of tho Inter-
Island steamer Mauna Loa. The, steam
er Kauai was reported nt llouuapo on
Fobiuary 2 taking on four thousand
railway (les destined for Hllo. The
steamer Llkcllro was discharging
freight at Kukulhaelo while tho Iwa.
lonl was unloading freight at Mnhu
kona. THE AMERICAN ship 11-Bklno M.
Piolps has boen taking In sugar for n
week past. The greater portion of tho
sugar has been coming from tho vail
ous Intorlsland steamers. Tho vessel
lies nt the Railway whnrf. Her ilato
of dopartuio has not been positively
ICOMES A LM
' - III!
NAME MACFABLUNE It
Ficil W. Macfarlann was today elect
ed lireoldent of thu Commercial Club
In plnco of I.. C. Biown, resigned.
(liorge Angus was elected vice prosl-
dunl and T F. Lansing dieted to slu
Beard of Governors to fill tins plico
nuilo vacant by Mr. BroA-as leslgni-,
, (Continued From Page 1.)
shoes. , ,
llio Rapid Transit officials w'ero
very lotlccut about the posslblo causa
ot tho accident, but an Inspection cf
tho car showed that tho brake must
have failed. The rear brake was use-!
less nnd many of tho onlookers after
the nccldcnt commented on the fact
that handbrakes aro in use In Hono
lulu and that If air brakes had been
en tho cars tho runiwny could not
According to the story told by tho
patscngcrs tho car begnn to run away
when It lort Hackfeld street. Tho
brako failed to hold and dcspltq the
efforts of the matoruun, it gained
headway as-it approached tho curvo
into Alapat street.
At this point, tbd wheels nil but left
tho tails and tho car Bwnycd heavily
to tbo right. After It hail passed the
curve tho momentum wis such that
the car swung to tho opposite side and
jumped tho track. It finally brought
up against a tree m tho left hand
Bide anil was only prevented from go
luglnto tho hOuso ou that Bldu ot the
sticet by a tice.
Tho passengers wero thoroughly
frightened nnd badly shaken up. Mrs.
Wally, mother ofMrs. M. Ilrasch, wan
on the car and sustained painful hi
Juries. Among (hoso on tl o car wero F. S.
Dndgo, W. A. Love, n number of aim)
bfflCeiB nnd ladlci with them, evi
dently from tho tinncpoit.
Tho car wag crowded at tho time of
tho nccldcnt. At lca3l forty people
wero In tho rents and clinging to the
sides fas It came tearlnt; down Limn
llio Btrpct Into Alapal. Iuclulcd In
tho number wero several school chil
dren. Judge Hoblnron ruccccdcd In Jump
ing but ho Mtstnlncd some brulsci nt
well as damage to his clothes.
Manager Colley, of the Pacific Com
merclal Ciibla Company also Jumped
and escaped with but slight Injuries
Oeorgo Ng n young Hawaiian, was
csnsldernbl) bruised about tho nrnir
nnd knees. His clothing was badly
torn from contact with the ttreet.
Charles McWavno also sustained se
rious bruises as ho fell from tho car
Miss Kinney of Walklkl Jumped fiotn
tho car nnd was brulKed about the
head uud face.
J. C. II, Hopkins had his ii inda bad
ly skinned by Jumping from llio car.
Thero are soeral others billy
scratched nnd bruised.
Mr. Mevera of tho ChamliTa Dm;
Store, was n passenger nnd he states
that tho car as It rounded tho curve
at Alapal street nearly tipped bvei
hut finally righted Itself ns It hit' the
Aiapai street hill.
Tbo car Is a wreck. It Is a singular
fact that every ono who jumped from
tho enr sustained Injuries. TIiopo who
stayed wllh tho car escaped with r
Bcvcro shaking up.
It hns been further learned that the
brake chain parted at Lunalllo street
giving tho car Its full momentum down
Thero wero 33 ndult and 9 children
passengcis on the runaway car,
A passenger by tho namo of Green
was badly hurt, his hnuds and faco bo
Ing torn into .thirds nnd deeply cut.
Ho wns removed to tho Queen's Iiob
pltnl. A gcntlenin named Allton stuck to
tho runaway car and prevented two
ladles from jumpln; off, which would
havo badly Injured them It not have
Among those on tho runaway car
woro W. Allton, A. Groen, MIssLaurn
"Hnolo" Sumner, a local bnscbnl'
plajcr, was Injuied on sldo nnd clothes
font through Jumping.
Henry A. Aecho of Sprockets Bank
shaken up but not Injured, Ho re
mained on tho car.
Mr. Coulter, a local sowing machine
agent, lomnlued on tho car and es
caped with a shaking up.
Charllo Fraslcr as somewhat Joltod
but not brillsed. '-
Several Punahou students In Jump
Ing met with slight scratches and
Mototman Purdy states that when ho
found that his brako would not work
ho "plugged" llio car, that Is, gavo hor
tho double rjv6rso current but which
did not seem to havo any effect what
ever In stripping tho headway of tho
It Is piobalilo that tho polo, with
v.hlch tho car camo first Into collision
after1 leaving llio1 rails, saved tho llvos
of most of tho passengers.
Tho Impact1 was to sevoro tint tho
jolo was bioken short oft wrecking
tho end of tho car.
The next object lilt by tho car wns
a big trco, which wob stiuck n glanc.
Ing blow- by tho car, which had. its
mau rusn again checked.
A it WIS thn rnr rrn.1,,1 m,ll"" V.""' """""' "u ou"ur l""r
. ..1 ,---. -...- v.....
feet through tho fence across tho side -
Frldtix, February I.
Manila via NagusaRi Logan, U, S.
A. T.. 12 noon.
Elcelo and Kauai ports .Maul, Btnir,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loi,
Btmr., u. in. "
KOna nnd Kau port3 Maana Loa,
stnir., a. in.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE'
Hongkong nnd Japan ports-t-Asia,
P. M. 8. S. J
Seattle Columbian, A.-H. S. a.
Saturday, February 5.i
Hllo via wny ports Maunai Kra,-
Victoria and Pugot Sound Moana. C.
A. S. 3. j
VES0EL8 TO DEPART
Friday, February 4,
Mnul.ani Hawaii ports ClanJIne,
stmr., C p. ni. ' ' " '
San Francisco Asia, P. M, S. S.
Kan Frnncltco Galveston and Den
ver, U. S. cruisers. i '
San Frnntlsco Logan, U. S. A. T.
Saturoay, February 5.
Australian ports via Su.'aMoana.
C, A. S. S.
Pcr U. S. A. T. Logan, from Mn-
ntl.t via M.irlvcles nnd Nagasaki, to
San Fiaticltto. J, M. Ihjot, Capt.
A. S. Bennett, MaJ. L. X. llrctt,
Frnuk N. Brown, Capt. Dc 11, C.
Cabell, lBt I.t. A. C. Christie, wife
nnd two children;, b( Lt. ,T. M.
Coughlan, Col, John C. Dent, lt. 'A.
Doty, H. Dulhlo and wife, Wm. Fo
gleman, 1st Lt. P. W. roudn, C. It.
F.cnch and wlfo, MaJ. J. A. Gaston
nnd wife, 1st Lt. A.- M. Grahhm nnd
wlfo, Mn). I). U. Jlollcy nnd wlfo,
Cnpt. H. s. Howlnnd. Mrs. A. J.
j'nmeo, 1st Lt. II. M. Johnson, 2nd
Lt. II. S. Jdhiuion, wlfo nnd child:
tst Lt. Finnic Keller and wife, 2nd
I.t. II. L. King. 1st Lt T. M.tKnox,
2nd Lt, II. Kobbe. Vicente V. Llm,
1st Lt. C. Llnlngcr, wlfo nml child;
2nd I.t. It. L. Lounsbury, Sirs: J, C.
Lungrcn nnd child, Louis Mnson,
Mrs. Lewis Main, lBt Lt, Jolin N.
Merrick, wife nnd two children; 1st
Lt. H. N. Munro, Capt. P. 4. Mur-'
phy, J. W. Moore, wire, daughter nnd
governess, Mrs. Klrvvln; Capt. J. It.
McAndiews, 2nd Lt. W. C, McChonl
Jr.; Capt. J. M. McClou.:, Mqel D. P.
McCord, C. Nockolds. 1st LtH. M.
Otriey, wife, two daughters nml con;
W. It. Pick, wife and two children:
2nd Lt- W. II, Rodney, wfe nnd
child; Mrs. M. C. Hnvcor, 1st Lt.
David I Rcscoo, Lt.-Col. Wm. A.
Shunlc, Capt. H. M. Suplit, 1st Lt.
A., H. Schroetor nnd wife, II. A.
Sccl6y, Mary Agnes Sweeney, Win.
D. Stcrret, wife mid child; 1st Lt,
C. A, Thomas Jr., wlfo nnd two chil
dren; Mis. D. W. Todd and twa chil
dren, Lt. II. II, Thnrp. MnJ: Q. E.
Wooduiff, wlfo nnd child; Capt. E.
S. WtlBht nnd mother, 2nd I.t. J. M.
Wulnwilght and mother, 2nd Lt. II.
L. Wntson, Fred L. Wllsori, H. IL,
Ward Jr., It. D. Scarrett, H. C. Gav
Itt, Edward S. Stone, E. J. Cretu.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. from Kona
unci Kau ports. R. F, Dempsoy, I'.
L. Leslie, Miss L. Conant, Max'Grum
borgh, M. E. Miller, T. O'Brien, Dr.
J. II. Fancll, C. IVJIorrlck, Miss M.
E. Oraham, F. F. Crawford, Rov. II.
K. Pocpoo. '
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr, ClauJIna. for Hawaii an.1
Slaul ports, Feb. 4. J. P. Cooko.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, February 3.
GAVIOTA Sallod Fey. 3:
Sp. Marlon Chllcott. for Honolulu.
POUT GAMBLE Sailed Feb. 3:
Sciir. Robert Lowers, for Honolulu.
SAN DHXib-Arrlied Feb. 3:
S. S. Arlzonan, from Sallna Cruz. '
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 4;,
Schr, W. II. MnrBton, fortflouolulu.
WANT BETTER ROAD
Ascoro of residents of tho sub
division of Apann nt Walhoa, Kn
llht road from Gullck nvonuo to Kr
lllil stream, havo foi warded n pto
test to Major Fern concerning what
is nl'egcd a frightful condition of
the public highway leading to their
premises. On rulny days, it Is snld
that tho thoroughfare Is Impassablo
lor postmen or mall wagons.
" 'HAS SURPLUS
City nnd County Treasurer; Rlcli
nrd Trent rcports,a,Jicall!iy cash bal
iiiico on hand nt tho, close ot busi
ness on December 31, weanling to
his roport submitted to U10 super
visors. Tho total roiclpts amounted
to SI 10,203.28, while tho disburse
ments totaled JBO.423.04, leaving ,u
bnlutico on hand of $59,780.24.
A Bpoclal prlzo mntlneo will bo
given at the Ait; tomorrow nftomoon
fur tho children. Tho pictures vvtlr
be 0110B that will be 'of particular
interest to children, comedy to bo
I()r lno Krown-iips. it Is promised,
' wl uo ,U6t n'm;ial l roml
uj' vii nuuunu ot.
l, Ml. v r.x
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