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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T.'ll., MONDAY, FEB. 7, 1910.
Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular, S p, m.
Lcl Aloha Chanter No. 3
All visiting members of tho
Onlcr nro cord'nlly Invited to
nttencl meetings nf local lodges
Meet on Hie
2nd and -1th
nt K. 1'. Hall
7:30 1 .
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSn(!IATlOli. elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE,No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. 1'. Hall. Fort Street.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. K. MCCOY, Nolilo (Irand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU-LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Hay cvoutng at 7:30 iu K. of r. Hall,
corner Tort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, 0. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
"'HONOLULU LODGE C1G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G46, II. P. U.
Klks, meets In tbclr hall, on King
Street, near Port, cvory Friday even,
lag. visiting Hrothcrs nro'coidlally
Invited to attend.
n. A. DOUTIIITT, n. It.
II. CEASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovary first and third Thurs
days of cac.li month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall, Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
I'. HIGOINS, Sachem.
13. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU ALRIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock Jn K. of P. Hall, corner
Cerelanla nhil Port streets.
VIsItlug Eanles aro Invited to at
tend. w. n. iw.nY. w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. H'KINLEY LODGE No8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and'Horotnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
13. A. JACOI1SON. K. It. S.
Dr. J. It Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
.Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
OiSce Hours -From 10 to 12; from
2 to '1; from 7 to S.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 14G0
REGAL SHOE CO.
King; and Bethel.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
Go to j .
' BROWN & LYON CO.', LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
REMINGTONS . 1-n,
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO,, LTD.
f f f
, WAH CHONG-CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast,
V7AVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST
M' Importers of A
r ; , ORIEUTALJGOODS l
gpjHviNG wo TAI'8 CO:
ftltf '(Ml Nuuanu Si. Phone 2G0.
WE DATE WITH US
(4SV ."'vj &
AT 7HG YOUNQ.
Tre:tf;y, Ftbruary 8.
J. .1. KirLualllck Sau 1 ranisci: 1' j
L. McUaRnt.lt, Now Yor.t CIU : W. K.
Stewart, MuuRjnuth. 1.1 , Ilr A. Mei
rill, Sait Fraueieco; Isidore Ollblriink,
Now Yor oft-; J. 8. McC.indlcsa
rlty; W. H. Ilui. San Francisco; 11.
TUIrti, Sau VraiiclKo; .Mrs. 11 Mltli,
San Frar.clsco; A. Sulcllff, MuulU
Trldi, February 4.
Dr. J. II. Farrell, Wnllu!u; .1. H.
Williamson. Mr. and .Mrs. J II. liar
nard, Lvliibui; -l r and Mrs .1, II
Lewis Li-' viiia. Mr," Itcrg'r, Lello
litu: J. K Hil-i , Lcilchua; I'. II.
Sheildau 1 maiia, A. U Smith, Aus
Crturday, Tcfcruar 3.
IJan Cnrlcmii Uis Angeles.
Sunday, Tebrur.ry 6.
V F I'os ic Walluku; W. 13. Hal,
Vvf.i'ul.u. II. II. Ptnballow. Waltnku;
II 1 F.ie. K.Uu: MNa E. Itlcc, LI-
hue Miss I., Parsons Sinta Rosa; P.
M. Whlu, Mrs. Lafajetlo I. Pish, Uoi
kelc ; I.. A. 0 Smith, Halclwa.
r-'oiiay, Tcbruary ,7,
II. 1) Wlrtiard. I.lhue.
, Friday, February 4.
C. Hcbaler, England, J. Evans,
Saturday, Tcbrusry 5.
.1. J. Mullar, Peppnkio: 0. I) Mn
bono, Wulnaliu: 1". I). .Mahone, Wal
Sunday fcbrjrr 0.
M Ora) nn i: A Cook.
I.'ondiy, Fcbrjary 7.
CAUGHT AT LAST
Wllllo Chamberlain appear to have
aspirations In tho way of becoming n
man of tho tvps of Jesse James. The
lad, is ho Ib alinut sixteen 5 earn of
ago. ills appealed from homo three
months ago and, although his brothers
linvo Iicsji ccaiUilng for him nil the
time, tbev have Ii -iii unable to locato
hjm till cbi"i(lay ainrnonn.
Wllllo v.a3 u.Kcr.c od b cue of his
brothers, who Jisui pe.l across him
en tho waterfront Tlio bay attempt
ed to get awnv when ho saw his broth
er but tho elder mai mauige I to C3)
turo tho runavay.
Ah William Ir ron. I ! red lo be In
corrigible, tho ij.-ul.y Ins decldJil to
fco what n tcim in tbu llcfnrin school
will do. When tie In; an UKcn to
tho police ht.ilirm iblo morning tin
rcrgeant in watth eearcbed him. Tho
llrht thing that Lame tn light was nn
old-fashloncd 22 nol o.-. It was
loaded and icilv for we. Then r.
box nf calling's vm i fished out of
tho Iioj-'b potAct and flnilly tblity
loose the Is w.-.e located In anuthcr
, Tho lad tnld that he hid won Hip
gnu In u game that W b"lir; run in tlc
city at picscnt. Ilo rlalais to havo
thrown a ling over tho arllrlo which,
with many other prizes was dlsplutcl
on a table. '
OVEJl ONE hundred cabin parson
gers left Iloiioln'ii for Maul and Ha'
wall porta by tho Intrr-Islatid liner
Manna Ko.i nt nonn today. Tho great'
ct portion of tho traflsr4 wero main
land tourists who wero hound for ths
Volcano; Tho Mauni Kca alto carried
In largo general cargo to tho big Island
1M IUO 81X1) VUIUIII tsiuiin liu lUlb
by tlio Qtfc a gooKy number ce-
cured i,0tiini passage by the Koin anl
Kan BtcainT rd.mna Ixa. 'Ilieio was
n large ciowd present at the Inter-Is
land whaif to witness tho doparturo
or buth tliu Mauna Kc.v and tho Manna
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT, DISCOUNT SALE, on Muslinwear com
mences MONDAY, TEBRUARY. 7. Every garment fresh and crisp. When
wc ray you can buy Muslinwear here and now for less money than else
where, wc mean that our average values are better in every respect, We
ask you ,to compare our goods and prices with the best you can find
elsewhere, before making your purchase.
Sale commences Monday morning, February 7.
Fort St,; opposite
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Classified Adi are Al
ways Little Helpers; They will help
jour business; they will find 'ost
property or dcodIc: thev vill find
.'something you want, and they will
'sell something ou dont want.
'Moral: Let the little helpers hflo
I you they only coat on cent' a word.
Automobiles (4 per hour. Phone 6.
' See Kor Sale, l.eare or ltent nd hi
! tills ISSUC.
Mlkd Pnton has Imttermllk, nt Ui
13. J. Urd anl Archibald .1 L.
Ying aro nt Iho Palace In San Fran
American Stoam 1-aundry PUonO
503 Automobile dollvory Ut vroti,
Por a hark itng up phono 40S nnd
ask for Frank Uaker. Stand Union
near Hotel St. Hack No. S7.
If you want o good Job dono on nn
auto or can-Inge lata It to Hnwaiiiui
Cnrrlago Mfg. Co,, 427 Quvea St.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo sill prised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. Cnllloinlu
Feed Co., agents.
Uftll to tho amount nf ?(1 was for
feited by Hugh (lalhratth this morn
ing nt the lollca court. Hugh was
Looked ni a drunk.
Henry Clark, the well known Hono
lulu singer will give several of bis
delightful congs nt tho concert nt tho
Young Hotel tonight.
Mr j. MncPuii.tl.1 i dm nod by the
Moana from a veiy pleasant trip
through the East, She Is ngaln In
charge of Tho MacDnnald.
Sentence wn.i fcinpeiidcd In Iho enso
of Pird Unite n who Imbibed freely
last night, Pied promised tn bo good
this morning and was allowed to de
part. If you want jour foot to feci com
fortablo nnd eny, weajtho "Eilucator"
shoe. See Illustration of this sensible
shot1 In ad of Manufacturer!;' Shoo Co.,
Delays nro dangerous, particularly
hen It conies to making your will.
You should not put this off another
day. Consult the .Hawaiian Trust
Yco Sun llurft celebrated a birthday
jesterdny and the latter nait of the
cntertntnnicnt wns held nt tho police
Ftiitlon. Judge Andrado ordered Yee
to piy n fine of four phinkB this morn
ing. One of the rcatrna for tho great pop
ularity of tho Owl Clg- Ii Ita uniform
excellence. When selecting an Owl
jou can feel mro ilnt It Is up to the
Owl standard mil that BUiUird is
high, j . . v
Tho band will piy thia afternoon
on board the California and again at
tlio departure of the llect. On Wed
nesday tho band will bo at tho ills
.osal of tho Chinese New Year celo
A large number of tourists wero
pretent at tho bop given at tho Ha
waiian lintel last night. It seemed
ery pleasant to tec the whirl of dale
cm piico ngatu on (ho floor of tho open
air balli ooni.
Kualknulu, a Hawaiian damsel, be
came overcome fclth fatlgu" and liquid
refreshment jestordny, and was es
corted to tho police 'station. This
morning the lady wns awarded thirty
das bccliislun at AecIi'b hole).
Tho tcrilccB at St Clement's
chinch tomeirow, Ash Wednesday,
will bo as follows: Celebration of tho
Holy Communion, 7 n. in.; pcnctcntlal
office, 10:30 a, in.; evensong, 7:30 p.
in. Tho Piinahou cars pass the door.
SPEAK FLEET FAREWELL
(Continued From Pace 1.)
glers have been left behind but these
will bo rounded up by tho local police
dcpaitmcnt and will ba forwarded to
their respective- ships and stations.
The South Dakota carried the mall
for tho mainland. It Is anticipated
that tho cruisers will bteam at about
fifteen knots on tho trip up to tho
After spending a couple of vvcoks at
Marc Island tTio vlx vessels me to pro
ceed to Magdulcnn Hay and other
tolithcrn ports for target practice.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
When you want to be
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
fnr.'.lture md Piano Movru
IT WAS officially announcml nt San
Francisco on Januity 31 that tho
steamer .Hyndcs has been purchased
by tho Matson Navlgitlcn Compnny
from the liostou Tow boat Company.
The freighter, which has Ik on operat
ing for some tlnAi under charter to
tho Mntson Company, will be formally
taken over by her Hew owners o:i her
airivnl fioin Honolulu. 1'or Mime tlmo
It has been 'known that negotiations
wore under wny vvh'ch would result In
the wcirknrfoii carrier changing haitiis,
but no conrtimnllfln wr.s limdc of the
deal until. January 31. when Captalni
Matsuii madu the nunouncemeiit. The
terms of the sale nit private. Tho
ltvndcu will operate on Iho Matsnn
Coiiipaliy'n trlungular inn between
San Fianclsco: Pugpt Sound ports and
Hawaiian lorts. In conjunction with
the big passcngtV steamer Hilonlan of
tho calno fleet, which will bo taken
off the direct run lo Honolulu when
Iho now liner Wllliclmlna goes Into
service Pelmmy 10. Tho Ilyadcs Is
a steel freighter Jif 3753 gross tons
and 2932 net. She was built at Spar
rows Point, Md. In 1900. and has seen
service on bath the Atlantic and Pa
cific, Sho was In the Oriental trade
for some time, and also operated lo
Alaska. For more than a year she
has been under charter to the Mitson
Company. She "Is 331 5 feet long 47
feet boa in nn d25 feet depth of hold,
with engines of 1600 hcrse-lo",cr,
LLOYD'S njyrun.N'S of vessels to
tally lost. The letnriH of vessels to
tally lost, condemned etc., from .Inn
nary 1st to March 31st. 1909, gives
tables showing tho number, net and
gross lonnago and nationality of
steam vessels and the number, na
tionality, and net tonnage of sailing
vessels, totnlly lost condemned, etc.,
during tho drill quarter of 1909, Also
chewing tlio Jlmiiber nnd tciinago of
vessels' owiieil'ln each country. The
total number ot steamers lost, etc., Ii
seventy-four of n gros3 tonnago of
118,794. Tho number of sailing vessels
loat, etc., Is sixty-four, of n net ton
nage of 43,390. Tho material of con
struction Is noted and tho losses aro
FIVE THOUSAND tons of sugar
has been loaded Into tho American
ship Erskluo M. Phelps during tho
flvo weeks that lite vessel has re
mained at the port. Tho Phelps la nt
the railway wiarvo3 and will finish
loading sugar for Delawaro Hreak-
wator today or tomorrow. It Is ex
pected that tho, ship will get nvvay tho
last of this week or tho first part of
tho next for tho Atlantic .seaboard.
Captain Graham Is now looking for n
LLOYD'S, SUHV13YOHS do not seem
lo find much to do In American ports.
Four nro kept at Dnsscldorf and but
ono at Hoston, Copenhagen has four,
the number being tho sanioi at New
York. T-lcsto enjoys the services of
Ihreo and New- Orleans of ono. Tho
appoillonincnt for Uottcrdam is four
nnd of Daltlmoro two. San Francisco
Is not on tho list, though It has n non
exclusive surveyor, but Antworp Is
down for thieo oxcluslvo ones.
THE IIIIITISH Fhlp Celtic Chief Ii
awaiting a crew as well as orders and
is expected will get nway by tho last
of tho week. It U bclloved that the
vessel, which has had her elnro of
trouble since arrival at Honolulu, will
sail for Australian ports.
THE MAUI was on ai rival at tho
port this morning, bilnglug n shipment
of eighty head of 'cattle from Hawaii.
Tho vessel nrilved with a small
amount of general cargo. Fair weath
er was met with on tho Inwnrd trip.
ACCOflDING TO advices received
hero tho Japanese steamer Hongkong
Maru sailed from Valparaiso for Ja
ran by tho way of Honolulu twenty
six days ago. Tho vessol Is bringing
a shipment of nltratos.
ANOTHER &RIHUIU3 of opium was
made on the htcamer China nt San
Francisco by (Inspector TUcliardw)n
who found 25 tins concealed In tho
pteoingo baggage and among tho
THE LITTLE lumber schooner Wil
liam Olsen Is now twcnty-tlireo days
out from Gray's Harbor with n full
shipment of lumber to. tlio Honolulu
agency of Lowers & Cooke,
THE PACIFIC MAIL llnor China
sailing for Jqpun-ports and Hongkong
at 5 o'clock Hits evening,, will tako
thrco la over patscngors lo Far
Illrinlngliam Ago Herald The
Joint rominlttca of Congress Is to bo
packed In tho Scnato to give Halllii
ccr a Duo coat of whitewash.
SURE to have your
This morning Iho pillcc patrol wag
rn wns called lo tho U. 3. S. Pennsyl
vanla, nn don .irilvp.1 thcro found that
r bhicjacxpt named W. J. Mono was
very III with Inflammatory rheum
atism. Tlip Jncklo was loo 111 to pro
ceed, on his chip to the mainland, and
It was decided to ecud him to the
Queen's Hospital, till he Is well enough
lo proceed home.
Tlio ships' patrol was rceil'ej from
duty nt noon today, and all the men
after tho loll Had been called at tho
police station, marched down to their
Sheriff Jnrrett has Issued orders to
tho county police to nrreSt nny tdrag-
glcrs who may be fotnld'ln Vie city.
All tho OhcKIcu are supposed to bo on
Lonrd their respective shlis, nnd any
who may bo found In. the fitturo will
bo Landed over tu tlio naval authori
ties of this city,
The Sheriff la well pleisod with tho
fray tho sailors behaved themselves
whllo on shore, for with ono or two
exceptions there wns not much trou
ble. HUNDRED AND FIFTY
Thoro will be cufllclent accommo
dation for all applicants for passage
to San Francisco by the big Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia, which is ex
pected to sail for the Coast on Feb
Tho Mongolia sailed from Yoko
hama estcrday with twonty-thieo
hundred tons of gcnernl cargo from
Orlontnl ports destined for Honolulu.
Tho vessel Is coming here with nt
least one bundled and llfty lirst
cahln accommodations, nnd the ad
vance bookings nt the agenc) of II.
Hackfeld & Co, Indicate that nearly
this' number will travel to Sau Fran
cisco by the liner.
T'pe Mongolia Is duo to arrive
hero on tho 17th. Sho will bo glveu
a prompt despatch and there Is a
possibility that tho Territorial offi
cials will permit the steamer to
come alongside, the new Alaltca-
street wharf to discharge cargo and
take on her mainland-bound passen
gers. POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Fourteen out of twenty-two case
at the police court this morning wcru
continued to various dates ahead.
Most of them wero gambling cases,
and the dofenso In most instances
was not ready to proceed.
Kami, n Japanese, wnlilnc, was al
lowed to depart, ns she Is a witness
In a case In which n Portugus
named Monlz Is charged with oxtor
tlon. Tho man visited tho Jnpancso
house and, claiming he wns a police
officer, partook of all the good things
therein, nnd then made tho proprie
tor of the place dig up 75 cents Into
tho bargain, Monlz Is out on )100
bonds and his case will come up for
trial next Saturday,
Sam Kalnilnaauao was charged
wilh assaulting a Chlnoso baker wno
culled to collect a llttlo bill. Ac
cording lo tho pake's story,, he got
punched on tho nose Instead of get
ling any money.
Judge Andrado listened to both
sides of the case and then decided
lo give his decision on Saturday
CHIEF M'DUFFIE 1$
Chief of Detectives McDufflo mndn
nn Important nrrest yesterday aft
ernoon vvhon he stopped n stage on
the Pall road and took Into custody
n Chlnetc, who wns found to have
six tins of opium In his. possession.
The chief and his nion( from Infor
mation lecelvcd, became convinced
tha,t some smuggled dope wns going
ovor tho other stdo of tho Pull on
tho stages that ply for hire. An an
tomoblle wns chartered, nnd n stnrl
made nftrr the suspected man had
gone some miles In the stage. Near
tho brick worLs tho coach was over
hauled, nnd a search of tho Chi
nese's effcctB resulted In tho poppy
Juice being located in a box of
The chief Is convinced that al
though tlio boxes horo stamps, that
the opium wns smuggled, and then
put Into second-hand boxes that luro
the revenue stamps.
Tho cabo will bo gonj Into thor
oughly, and every endeavor inndo to
get ii line on the smuggling that, In
the opinion of the police authori
ties, Is surely being can led' on at the
SV fl o
Tuesday, February S
San Pi anclcca China, P. M. S. S,
8 n. m.
f VESSELS TO ARRIVE I
Wedneiday, February 9.
San Francisco Lurllue, M. N. S. S
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, ,stmr.
Thursday, February 10.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudine
Saturday, February 12.
HIlo and wuy ports Muunh Ilea,
San Francisco Cleveland, H.-A.,
San Francisco Sheridan, U. S, A. T
Sunday, February 13. ,
Maul and Molokal parts Mlkahala
sttnr. ' .
'Kauai poiis Klnati, etmr.
Saturday, February 14.
Fen lYanclfcco Mnncluirla; P. M
Wednesday, Ftbruary 18.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, Jt. N
Kauai porta W. G. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, February 17.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudine,
Friday, February 18. ,
San IYtuiclsco Alameda, O. S." S.
Hongkong and, Japan ports Mon
golla, P. M, 8. 8.
Saturday, February 19.
HIlo and way iorts Muuna Kca
Sunday, February 20.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Tuesday, February 22.
San FrnncUco Chlyo Maru,. T. K.
K. 8. S.
Wednetday, February 23.
Knual ports Wi O. Hull, stmr.
Thursday, February 24.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudine
Valparaiso and South American
potts Hongkong Mnru, Jap. ttmr.
Friday, February 25.
Hongkong and Japan (iorts Tcnyo
Maru, T. K. K. S. S.
Saturday, February 26.
HIlo and vay ports Mnuna Kea
Sunday, February 27.
San Francisco and Beattle Illlon
Ian, M. N. 8. 8;
Per P. M. S. S. China, from San
Francisco, Jan. S. For Honolulu D,
W. Ilrown, Mrs. U. W. Piown, Mrs.' Jl
L. Horry, C. a. Dcckus, James Cough
Ian. Mis. C. II. Malrer, Ddw. Fisher.
Mrr. Edw. Fisher, S. Fong Mrs. K. It.
Fiillhiook, Iildoro fJelbtriink, W. It.
Huff, Leo Luke Kaw, Mrs, P. Kendall
J. J. Klrkpatilclr, J. a. McCandless, p
L, McDcrmott, E. J. McFeely. Mrs. El
J. McFeely, Mrp. E. A, McMillan nnd
Infant, Mrs. D. McMillan, Mlsa V. ,Me
Nelll, W. O. McPhcrson. Mrs. W. O.
McPherson, C. M. Marpo'le, Mis. C. M
Marpolo, Mooter Ilany Marpolo, Mrs.
a L. Merrill. (I, Mlsh, .Mrs. 11. Mlsh
Miss II. D. Morgan, W. K. Stownrt
Jas. Valdaro, Mrs. Jas. Valdare. For
Yokohama: W. 0 Bateman. Mrs. W
O, Ilateman, II, C. Drels, Mrs. II. C.
Drels, LUuf regno. Dr. David M. Oard
nor, Mrs. David M. Gardner, Mrs. D. F.
Hanson, Miss S. Kono, LudwIgrMoste.
Mrs. Ludlg Moslo, II. I. nichmond, II.
Sawatari, Louis Schwartz, For Kobo:
Itov. J. Chcnnult. Hev. W. J. Callahan
Mrs. A. K. Oooley, Itov. J. W. Thonip
Ban, Mrs. J. W. Thompson, Miss Mary
Thompson, Miss M, Upperman. For
Shanghnl: Mrs. M. D. Dalloy, MIbs
Yalo Iialloy, Wm. P. Hamlin, Millard
Lewis, MrB. Millard Lewis, O. O. Pat
torsoiu For Hongkong: J. C. Am
nicta. Mrs. J. C. Aramota and Infant.
Miss M. E. Areudell, Miss It. It.
Urldgcrs, .Mrs. U. O, Chlpmnn, Master
ncniietn umpmnn uoo. Comiiero, Mrs,
Qeo. Compere, Master William Com
poro, It. A. Drnke, II. Donkln, D. Ezra,
Chas. H. Powlcr, Mrs. W. F, Graham
Jos. Clrondah), Miss E. Hamlltoij, W,
M. Henry, J. Q. A. Henry, MrB. 3i Q. A.
Henry, Mrs. M. Jeromo, M. Kline, Mrs,
Jr. Kline, Mrs.- Lulu King, Peter 8.
Laws, Mrs. F. A. Madrid, Jno, Morgan,
Itobt. W. Morgan, Mrs. A. O, Nowoll,
Elmer Parker, Mrs. Elmer Parker,
Chas., A. Potts, Mrs. Chas. A. PotU
Mrs. Oertrudo Itochfort and Infant, P,
S. Sabort, Gco.vSago, Mrs. C. Schepko,
I. J. Spiegel. A, Sutcllffo E3. E. Talt, 11,
II. Votaw, Mrs. II, II. Votaw, Miss Mi
L. Wobb, Chas. J. Yom, Mrs. Chas. J,
Ycm, Fritz Zetzscho.
IN FOrtEIQN'PORTf ?
Tuesday, February 8.
SAL1NA OIIUZ Arrived Fob. 7:
S. 8. Moxlcnn, from HIlo, Jan. 24.'
PORT BAN LUIS Arrived Feb. 7:
S. 8. Santa Maria, lienco.Juii. 29,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 8:
S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
KAANAPAL1 Sailed Feb. 4:
Ilk. Nuuann, lor Now York-.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Feb, 8:
8, S. Mauchuila, 4 p. fa., for Hono
lulu. Monday, February 7.
SAN FIUNOISCO 8alled Fob, 5:
8, 8. Cleveland, for Honolulu,
Youngstown Telecram Whnlnvnr
tho rosult of the llalllnger-PInchot
controversy, the people have reason
to believe that the power of. tho land
und timber -grabbers has been
Monday, February 7.
San Frnncljco Glacier, U, S. nu p'y
ship, t. ni.
Kaiial ports Nocau, utinr .', i ni.
Tuesday, F.sbli.liy S.
San Francisco Pacific fleet, rlx
cruisers, 1:30 p. m.
Piiget Sound Pacific fleet, tvo
cruisers, 1:30 p. m.
Irflo via wuy ports Mauna K'a,
Koua and Kau ports Mauna l.oa,
Mahtikona and Knwnlhao Iwalanl,
VES8ELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, February 8.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr, 6 p. m.
Maul and' Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., B p. m.
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
P. M. 8. S 5'p. m.
Kauai jiorts Nocau, stmr., 5 p. in,
Kahultil and Knanspall Columbian,
A.-1L stmr., p. in.
Thursday, February 10.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, February 11,
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Monday, February 14.
Jcprn iwrts and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8.
8undy, February t3.
Manila via Guam Sheridan, U. 8.
Tuesday, February 15.
HIlo and way ports Mauna Kca,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr, 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
fctmr., 6 p. m.
Wednesday, February 16.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. 8.
Thursday, February 17.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. stmr.
Friday1, February 18,
San Francisco Mongolia, P. H, 8, 8.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudine,
etmr., 5 p. m.
Friday, February 25,
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N,
I PA8SENOERS DEPARTED I
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. for Konn
and Knu ports. Fob. S. Mrs, It. I).
Wallbrldge, Mrs. Daxtcr, Mrs. Man
son, Mlts OlUou. Mr anl Vis. E. M.
Hurton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gutz Mr. nd
Mrs. P. Shlnor, 'Mr. anl Mrs. W.
Bl&ck, Mlts Karcbcr, Mlss Dusey, i
W. Carp, W. lUchardson
Por stmr, Manna Ken, for HIlo anl
way rts, Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. K.
Carroll, II. Hagen, Mrs, Hagen V. N.
Carp. A. Humbcrg, Mrs. Humbcrg.
James Harvey Mrs. Harvey." Miss Han
ton, Mrs. J. Olllle, J. D. Adams. Mrs.
Adams. Mrs.- Williams. Catl S.'-Bmlth,
T. W. Meade. J. T, Kolduffj Mrt. W. II.
Klce, Mlts 13. Rico, MIbbi Parsons, M.
Richardson. 'Gerald Miller, MrsiJ. E.
Miller. A. H. Manning; Mrs, Manning.
Miss Cameron, Mteg,S. Peck, 'Mrs. F.
Daxter, .Mrs. Jltnson, Miss Gibson,
Mrs. Gtbton, E. M. Barton, Urn". Bar
ton, H. Ootz, Mrs. OelirrW. Black. Mrs.
Black. Miss Karcho Miss Bnsoy, Mr.
and Mrs. Ordway, Miss Ordway".
Per P. M. 8. S. China, for Hong
kong via Japan ports.-I. S. Hcrrlot,
11. U Lucas, C. D. Thompson, Mrs. Co
.rode. Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Feb. 8. Rov. Mlrt, Mrs. C. M. Cooke,
Miss A. Cooke,' Mr," nnd Mrs.' BclUnn,
Mrs. Mnctarlano, H. P. Fayo, Dr. a.
H. Huddy, W. C Parko, F. Gay, Mrs.
Per Btmr. Mlkahala for Maul and
Molokal ports, 'Feb. 8. J. D. Mc
Veigh, C. H. Cooke, MlsB'A..Aloxand
or. TRAN8PORT 8ERVICE.
Ouford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15. ,
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila; arrived
Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Feb. 4.
Thomas arrived Manila from Hono
lulu, rob, 3.
Sherldnn, sailed from San Francisco,
Malls are oue at Honolulu from
points as follows;
Yokohama Per Mongolln. Feb. 18. I
Vancouver Per Makura. March 4. '
Colonies Por Maltal. March 2.
Malls will depart for tho following
nolnls as follows;
Vanca uvor Per Maital, March 2.
Colonies Per1 Maknrn. March 4.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Ttio following affects the List of
Lights. Ilnoys and Daymarks, j'Jth
Llght-Houso Subdlstrlct, 1909 pago
v HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
CORRECTION Local Notlco j-
Mailners of February 2, 1910, from
this ofllco. should road OUTSrDB ION'.
TRANCE GAS BUOY. I red.' marked
"HONOLULU 2," Instead of "HONO
IT-WAS ONE liun-lrod nnd twenty
six dayB ago today that tho American
ship Edward Sowall Balled from Now
port Now with destination as Hone
lulu. Tills vessol Is bringing a mil
bhlpmcnt of coal for the Naval Sta
tion, Tho Edward SeWall should ar
rlvo hero at any tlmo.
Kms : t
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