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BVKNINO HUIXETIN, HONOLTJt.0. T. H., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9. 1010.
Honolulu Commandery Ren
ular, 5 p. m.
Lei Alcha Chapter Ho. 3
All visiting members of Wo b
Order firo con'lolly lusted to
attend meetings of local louses
fi , ... i ,.
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
IS T'nmlira n
MARIII: EKCINEERS' other Aho
EENEFIC AL A$Sn!IATI0!i. ciaiions cor
HARMONY LODOEjNo. 3, 1. 0. 0,F.
Moots every Monday ctonlng nt
7:30 HI 0. 0. r Hall. Tort Street.
! 13 It HENDRY. Bflcretar.
H 13 MCCOY. Noblo (imiiil.
Alt suiting brothers tery cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
Uny (.veiling at 7 30 In K. at 1'. Hall,
eornor Fort nud neretanla. Visiting
brothers coidfiilly Invited to Attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. K. HEINE, K. II. S.
HONOLULU I0DQE C1G, B. P. o! E.
Honolulu Lodge Ko. C1C, 11. 1 O.
Klks, . uiLeta In their hall, on King
bt-eetTiicar Fort, ecry Friday oven
InjhXljYIalMng Ilrothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. It
11. C. KASTON, Sec'y-
HAWAIIAN TEI3E. No. 1. 1. 0. n. M.i
Miets Mery llrst and third Thurs
flas p( each month at Knights ol
FtitliJ jlall. Visiting brothors cor
IaTiyfu7ltcd to nttend.
.nr P. JUGGINS, Saclicm.
J3. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
,M on the 2nd and Ith VED
NaiiftXY evening,? of each mnnth at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, eornor
Eilftanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to nt
tWML yci. w n. nii.EV. w. j.
WM. C. McCOY, Set'.
VTir: U'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ol.T.
jJ52,cts evory 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7 30 o'clotk In K, of P.
HHJ,ciJr. Tort and llcrctniiln. Mslt
In'iTTJrJthers cordially InMtcd to at-
il. JI A. TAYI.OU. C. C.
13. A. JACOIISON, K. It. S.
f)JJ. H. Raymond
PJIYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
ilMakea St., Llauka Pacifio Club.
'Office Hours -Prota 10 to 12 1 from
2 lo 4 1. from 7 to 3. '
. g. .-SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel -Office, 500. Residence, 14G0
"V REGAL SHOE CO.
" ' r Kins and Bethel.
mW BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander YounR Bldg. '
kri. ARLEIQH & CO . LTD.
wah mm co.
DltVn'OODf A.S'D TAILORING
EvfHlhinc: absolutely new and
frigtViiim the Coast.
VWiTLEY BLK. - H0TSL ST
tM WO TA1 S CO.
Oil Nuuanu St. Thoiie 2G0.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THL YOUNG.
Yiesdty. Tcbiury 8.
J. j K.r tik j i I niK-ltco, r I
U lIoDei ,ntlL I.'o 1 1 1. Cltj ; VV. k
Stemvrt, Monuuuth i.l D- A. Mor
rill, Sun Fraushuai, I-MiiiP tlllbtrunk,
Now vYorlt City I S McCandless,
cityiAv. n. huff, b.m Funclsco; 0.
,M!tn, SJan Francisco Mrs II Mlrh,
Sftn Frtiiiclico; A S i tltff, Mnnllt,
Frlt'ey, February 4.
Dr. J. II Ftrreil Willtikti; J. II.
Wllltamsrii. Mr -n. Mrs. J. II. Bar
nard lUhh la, Mr aid Mrs, J. II,
Lew h I.ll Vis M Hewor, hello
hui, ,1 . llumi, I olUiuas 1. H.
Shi lit .ti !i lUiui, A C. Smith, Alls
Cai.Tday, February 5.
Dm Cm u ton Los Angclis.
Sunday, Febru.-.ry 0.
1" I'osur Walluku; W. 13. Hal,
ini II I). Pcnhnllow, Wnllukti;
I I'. Fine. Kekaha; Mies n. Rice, I.l
I nc MiH 1.. r.irsons, Santa Itoua; r.
M Wliltc; Mr. I.nfnyetto I. risli, Her-
kelt;; I, A. C. Smtlh. Hnlcltva.
f.'6nda February 7.
Mrr. H. I). Wlehard, Llhue.
AT THC HAWAIIAN.
Friday, FcbrJ.-.ry 4.
C. lleboler, FnglJiiil, J. Evans. Tnco
Csturday. Tetrusry 3.
J. .1 Mn'.lcr, Pepqoken. 0 I) Mn
hone Walpahil; F D. Mnhone, Wnl
pahu. Sunday, February 0.
II. M Graron 13 A fooi.
j f.'onday, February 7.
0 W Ho''
' SHOPPING NEWS
W'lij not go up tn I.ticis the optic
Ian In lh Masonic Tenuilo and get
your cyca iiroperl fitted?
Guirey, Ltd , Hpeclalizc on two
things ). t, plciure framing and do
cfopiii3 '.ml , Mi ", end'llicy' IcnJ
in lioih. Fort street uppjiito Ucnson,
Smith & Co
Wood sami ej u." P.oni-er Shhvile
Slain fieo ou iippllc it'.on at Le.yers &
Cool.p. ThlM tlJn In the finest In the
mat Let nn 1 U a rtnn.b!a nud rlchl col
ored finish for ull o.itnscj voojunrlc
Tills la yen? 1 tst chance to get the
nienelcm grocery bargains at Lewi?
S. Co 'u grceo i Ltorc Tho b'g sal''
that lias bee.l c-n liicted bj Theo. II
D.ulcs ft Co la draiug to a close.
Get In no tnJ wc inoiiej.
You w?nt jo.ir autunubllo top nado
of tho best mnteilil mil built to fit
jiot only uh-n first put on, but after
It hrs b 'en In uio fui u long time on
enn get HiIb Kind ol tu; fum the V.
W." Wright Co. 1.M
Mr. Mo'chant lna jou learned Ho
nolulti Constiuc'iuii i: Drajlng Co.'a
pricea for heulln? fiolght to and from
tho wharves anj looito) Into their sys
tern and fiiclllllec. It it 111 pay ou to
do so Fort belot Morrhant.
Satins Is a habit Very easy to ac
quire nnd tho easiest way. to acquire
it is u haIi3 n Mtlnsa nccoiinl In n
tkong bink and depositing regularly
your looEo cliaiiga. Sco tho Bank of
Hawaii, Ltd, abjjt opening an ac
If ou hnvo friends on n steamer
von can rcuch tl.em by v.lro'ees when
they aro four or flto dvs distant from
thU port. A mesxago fiom jou ttlll
bo cr ttclcome. t,n Suad.ljs the of
fice Is oj.cn horn eight until ten In tho
'illst'" 'liitmeur OiTne Phone 2f
3nllH' J-M'r)il Vi)rm yhjTiy 1R5
TWE1I1Y-PIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT SALE on Musllnwear oom
mencca MONDAY, TEBRUARY 7. Etrery pament fresh and crisp. When
Lv.c. ray joi can bay Muslinwear here
wlurc, '."e mean that ozv avfage values ax: better in every lespect. We
asl: you to ccrcparj our tjoods and prices with the b:st youj can find
CIssv.hcTe, lelore isakiau your purchase.
Bfijs, commences Monday raorninp:, Febraary 7.
Fort St,, opposite
LOCAL AND QENERAL
Bulletin Classified Ads are Al
I wnjs little Helpers. They will help
you business ; they , will find 'ost
property or people; thev will find
something you want, and they will
.sell, something you don't want.
Moral : Let the little helpers helo
jou they only cost one cent a word.
I Automobiles H per hour. Phone C,
' American Steam Laundry Phone
COS Automobile delivery Dost woik.
I Prompt attcntliin.
It jou want a good Job dono oa au
nuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen Bt.
Coat our Iron roots with "Arabic"
You Kill ba surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties CaJltorntu
Feed Co , agents. ,
HAS COMMISSION '
(Continued From Pace t.)
not taken fornnl action wltn rcfercnee
to ICatmukl district, owing to the fact
that tho necessary field work In not
completed, the Conimtsxioncri) aro
strongly of the opinion Hint the dis
tance between lot and curb lines
should he maintained nt 12 feet, lett
ing 2G reet between curbs.
Briefly tho ieuons for this nro as
TinlHc requirements In this district
will note- exceed that furnnhcd by a
Any Increase In tho dlslnnce between
cut bs Is an Inc easo In tho cost of
construction nnd nialntemnce.
An unnecessary area for the crea
tion of dust. '
A sicrtllce of attractiveness, as a
twelve foot spaco between lot nnd
curb lines will ivrmlt of a four-fojt
gnus strip on each side of n four-font
walk, whcn tho construction of such
walks become nccemtnry In tho future,
nnd protldo room for tho planting of
Tlio Grade Commission Is ono of the
legacies handed down from tho early
dnyg of tho Territorial government.
11 Is n child of tho fimous "Kitchen
Cabinet." Its membership includes
Messrs. Ocro, Wall and Soronson. lie
Jurlwllctloti In Knlmuki Is questioned.
Supervisor Cox spoke In futor of let
ting the Grade Commission attend to
tho nnttcr of fixing tho width of side
walks. Alctt questioned the right of
the coinmlFsioii In tho Knlmuki prem-Ih-h
while Kano sat back In his chnlr
nnd smiled at tho passages between
Qtilnn nnd Engineer Gere,
Attorney Mllterton haa been mado
the court of la3t resort end he lias
been oidcicd to haiu) ilo.t.n an opinion
lit wilting iieilnlnrf liio rights of tho
Board In tho Kalm.i'il controversy.
Per Matsnn Katigitlun stoamcr Lu
line, from San Francisco C. V.
Hodgo C. ft. Poguo, A. C. Burdlck. J.
P. II.ii dick, 13. E. Mahlum, J. Milton,
Mrs. Milton, I. A. McLennan, J. Smith,
.Mis. Smith, S, Woolcy, Mrs. Wootoy,
S. I Shaw, Mrs. Shaw S. F, Datldso'n,
F. Urson F. Moon. C. II. Miller, 13.
M. l)t4. A Ai'cock, D. Smith, Mm.
Siullh, F. N, Pano, Miss E. F. WoMs,
13. J. WaUh.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from Knual
lioite. Mrs. Ilkickwell, A. Bottncy, J.
Condradl, W. Wnlerhouso, M. Mariner,
M. Hnhlum. Mrs. Hackbtun, Mrs. V.
Isenberg, A. Iseubcrg.
I 03X000 SU3DN3SSVd -I
Per stmr. Clntidlno, for Maui nnd
Haw nil ports, Feb. 11. Major Dun
ning Thou. Hlchards, A. Ilancborg,
Mrs. Ilanebcrg 0. D. l.ufkln.
Per stir.r. Klnau, for Knual ports.
Fob. ID. Mrs. II. D. Wlshard, Mrs. W.
II. lllco, 2 chlldien, Miss Slierwli., O.
S. Wilcox. Jlrs. Wilcox.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Feb. 10. D. P. II. Isenberg, L.
K. Leo, You Kwong.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona anj
Knu ports, Tcb. S. M, Wadman.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
should be taken without delay when
soro chest and tickling throat warn
you thai rn annoying cold throatons.
At all droughts In. 2Sc, 3Sc and SOc
"Pa, what's n protagonist!" "A pro
tagonist? Why, a protagonist Is cr
ono who pi otags." Chicago Ilecord
Herald. and riow for Ins money an els:-
( When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled richt, phone
, , lill'X IKAWBiiUt cu.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
iu:i) iSmian'i St. r
transfer Co.x, Ltd. .
ntitttore tjn JHxno Mnvintr.
NIOHT AND DAY for twontj-three
dajs of her ongo of twIT.it) four da)s
It was necessary to kicp tho p.imps
going on tho llttlo schooner L"va. Ih
crder tn keep tint tcssel nflo-it. Tlio
' I-. .. ...I.I.I. mAtlh.1 fn. l al.nl, inn nn
Jauuaiy 4 for niirok.i.irrlted nt 8ah
Francisco for ioi'.ilrs In n tcry leaKy
condition. The F3tn t nH una day nut
on! from Jlnhukona when Captain
Olsen nnd hla crew were startled to
dltcoier thft tho cncl was taking
watir rapidly. Soundings rctoaled
four feet of water In tho hold, and the
fcchoonor was loaning nt tho rnte nf
flto Inches nil l.o ir With tho constant
oerntlon of tho pit lips the Eta wjs
not In n dangerous condition, and aide I
by fair rinds, the llttlo (raft irndu
fairly good p'Ogrts Cuptnm Olson
decided In shape a rourso for San
rranclsco. rather linn r'sl: running In
to heavy weather bt Handing north.
This is tho ticonl timo In n fow
mouths that the Eta haj put In here
In n leaking co.iditln'i, On Xotcmbcr
Cth of last car tho schooner llinred
Into port waterlogged, mil It was some
time before Bhe was ropilrul. On a
toj use from Orn'H Harbor for Ma
hukotia the Eta ran Into n Euccecflon
of henty gales off the Columbia river
un 1 wns thrown on her beam ends At
that tlmo It wns necefsary to Jettison
100 000 feet o! her cargo of lunilpr.
AS A RESULT of the.exploiilcn of u
coffee urn In tho pihtry o( tho Pacific
Mall liner Manchuria, while tho Meam-
ship was heading toward iho Golden
Gato, Clay Burnett, a vatchman, tta3
badly scalded on Iho head, shoulders
ami back. Upon the.ctcnnier's arrival
tho Injured) man was icmoted to the
Marino Hospital for treatment. An In
testlg.itlon will be mndn as to the
entice of the explosion, which might
hdtn resulted mnro seriously had It
occurred a short lime pro'vlously, when
tho pantry was crowded with waiters.
Burnett was Iho only iicn.011 In tho
pantry at tho tlmo. Ho was making a
sandwich with his hack tn tho heater,
when, without any warning, tho big
metal kcttlo was toin asunder nnd he
was drenched by u dslugo of scalding
THE AMEIUCAN'tlAWAIIAN con..
panj's freighter Motlcah, sailing from
Hllo on January 21, is reported to hao
arrltcd at Sallna Cruz on Inst Mon
day. This cssel carried a full ship
ment of Island sugar mid other pro
ducts for trnnshjimtnt to Now York
by tho way of Tohuautcpec.
THE INTEU-ISUND steamer W. G.
Hall was nn arrival fiom Katnl torts
this murnlng, 'bringing 6500 sac'ta of
eitgai, nn nutnmobiio and n quantity
of sundries. Tho vescol brought a fow
cabin passengers. Tho Ilnll'met with
fine weather on the trip to tho Oardon
TIIErtE IS a full cargo of genera!
merchandise consigned to Honolulu
Importers by Iho Ameilcnn bark 11. P
Hlthot, which Is reported to hato sailed
from San.Franclsco jestordny. Tho
tetsol comes hero to tho ngoncy of C
Brower & Co.
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner China do
parted for Japanese pott and limp
kong Inst avcnlng. taking three lav
otcr paseongotB from this port. The
China took on a supply of five hundred
tons of coal during her stay at Hono
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Aik your druggist lor tht genuine and that the asms I.J. Ksirniy Is on my ptcksg.
Ready mixed for nse. Mora rellablo and easier to uu than powders. Druggists will
refund your money ii It falls to exterminate cockroaches, waterbngs, rats, inlco, etc
2 oi. box 28c, 10 om. lox $1.00. Al dnifrUta or oiproM propaU.
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO, CHICAGO. ILL,
your order to the
WHEN THE American-Hawaiian
freighter Columbian sul!s from Hllo on
February 17 she will t.iku n shlpuiont
of sugar amounting to about twclto
thousand tons, according to the expec'
tatlons of her local agents. Tho MUir
Is destined for tho Atlantic seaboard
bjilho way of Sallna Cruz,nu I Tehtian
tCpc'c. Tho Coluiubhn snllcd for Kn
lnilijl nnd Kaanapill lasl night.
SUGAIl to tho amount of 3200 sacks,
wns Included In tho freight list of tho
steamer Koauhnti, whlrli nrrlted from
Kcnlln this inurnlng. This vessel also
brmii-ht 130 ftseks rleo nnd smile sun
dries. Tho Keiuhoii experienced fine
weather on both outward nnd Inward
THE 8TAP. or FINLAND Is the now
inmo under which tho bark Kalu anl
will horeafler Fall Iho boa. This tis-
rel, so well kn-iwu In the ldhud trade.
lias b"en sold t'j Iho Aliska Packers
THE IIAHK Andrew Welch, Captain
Kell). Is reported to hatfo arrlted nt
S.iu Franclkco on Monday nfte.- n pas
sago of clghtcc'i iliss from Honolulu.
The Andru.v Welch carried about
light hundred tons of sugar.
THE AMERICAN bark Nuuanu Is
lepcrted to hato sailed from Kannn
pall for Delaware Breakwater on ast
Frlda). This tC3sel carried n largo
bhlpment of biignr for the mainland
KAUAI SUGAlt awaiting shipment
luclules tho following: Malt, 2CCC;
V. K., tOO; McB. D218; K. P.. 2250;
m. u Co, u.coo: k. s. co, ocno: I
P. 44D5J II. M., 0C3SJ O ,F., 28C0.
IT 13 REPOllTED that tho Amerl
can schooner W. H. Maiifon. liow op
the way 'down from San FrnncUco la
bringing a largo qusntlty of material
nud supplies for Pearl Harbor.
A CADI.E fiom San Franclrco an
nounces the arrival of the Oceanic
steamship Alameda. Tilts vessel
sailed fmm Honolulu with a gcntfr.il
cargo of Island products.
THE NICVADAN. an Amerlcan-Ha-
wulliin liner Is scheduled to sail from
San rranclsco for Honolulu tomorrow.
This tossel rhauld arrlto hero pit Feb
ruary 17, The tcsel w biiug down
n largo general cars.). A fow paesen
gers may arrito by tho stenmor.
THE A.-U. freighter Arlzonnn Is
scheduled to sal! from Pugqt Sound
I oris ou Icbruaiy 19 for Honolulu dl
ictt. This essel Is bringing Now
Yoik cargo via. Teh in life pec, ulso bhlin
monts of moichnndlBo from San Frail-
Cisco, Paget Sound ports and Portland.
CRUDE RUBBER PRICE
San Frniir.'pco Chronllco, January
30: A. C. Leonard of tho Good oar
Tiro Company was coiiipitrliig tlio quo
tations for crude, rubber tho other il.iv.
Whllo tlioio has been a decline In
jirlco rtcontly, It has not been suffici
ently marked to lndlcato an Imme
diate fill! In tho prices of rubber man
ufactured articles, automobile tires,
"Pnrn grades, In largest uu for
nutomobllo tlrcs(" said Ioonard, "In
elude Uprltcr duo, now nnd old, nnd
Ccy Ion. crepe, Tho prlco of Upriver
flno now on December 1, 1009, was
$1.9101.03; on December 30th It, was
1 8001.78. .but on January 1, 1909, tho
pileo wiz J1.2101 22, so that It has a
long way tn diop before reaching tho
quotations of a jenr ago." '
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WeJntdsv, February 9.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 8!
S. S. Manchurlu, 4 p. m., for Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 8:
H. 8. Alameda, hence Feb, 2.
Ilk. It. P. ltltlut. hence Jan. 10.
PIG IS RAIDED
On account of certain statements
(lint were mado during the course of
an nssniilt.and, bpttcry onw that wub
being heard at 'the pollco court erter
day. Inspector Feniicll .nl u ciiuplo of
assistants wen) ti Wnlpuhu and (line
caught, red handcu, t bldij lilg ot.nci'.
A man mined PsKi Duns, vnr wls
up fur nsBaiilt,,'g tils wlfa vtvoio rn
tho witness stand (hit he hid Uui?! t
Ii3cr,uud wine at U e iiouic or u iiiptn'
eo woman named YaiiiHiuikl A3toou
an Fcnnell was lum'tv: 1 nf this lit de
cided to try ni' catch tlio woman m
tho net of selling liquor.
The Inspector wont by train to Wat
pnhu and then took n hack to the
camp who- tho boozowas supposed
to be sold. The informer went in nret
and bought a bottle or beer. Jurt ns
liii was drinking It, Fenncll arrived
and tho Informer calleil out: "Hnvo n
drink, Mr. Jones." Fennell accepted
tho. offer nnd another two bottles of
bcr wore produced.
Half a dollar was handed to the
woman by Fenncll nnd tho bceropenol
nt once. Fenncll then grabbed, the
coin from the woman nnd, on search
ing tho lioute, found thu nmked half
dollar with which Datis had paid for'
A further search of tho house re
tealed tho fact that beer, whiskey
gin, .champagne and liqueurs tvera in
stock. Fenncll arrested the woman
nnd she will appear In court tomorrow
Il appears tint Ycmlsakl runs r
boarding house for plantation laborers
and It would seem that the bunch live 1
high. It Is consldeicd vtraugo by the
county officials that the plantation po
llceman did not get wlso to the blind
pig being run at the, place.
EVERYBODY. WORKS ,
Nothing can attnln perfection
without the nsslstanco of the ladles,
and nn Elk, being somowhat ac
quainted with wisdom, realizes this
psychic fact ns much as nnybody, .so
It goes without su l)ig .that there
will bo the gentle feminine touch to
tho Washington's nirthday two-eten-
'" carnltal stunt being arranged by
the local hord of antlerod enthu-
On the'Elks' Trail, which Is to bs
by far tho'most entertaining' reserve
oter set nsldo In Hoiiblulit for real
merriment. In front of the Alexan
der Young Hotel, on tho evenings of
FeCrunry 21 and 22, thoro will be
among" tho numerous headquarters
of fun nnd delight, n few such nec
essary institutions as a candy and
peanut booth, nn Ico cream nnd enko
stall, a lemonade emporium, a flow
er department nlul a confetti head
quarters. ThU latter is likely to bo
rushed cten more than the other de
partments. Mrs, E. A. Douthitt has
graciously consented to rule over tho
candy and peanut dispensary; Mrs.
Theo. F, Lansing will manago tho
Ice cream and enkery; Mrs. J, M.
Rlggs will bo proprietress of tho dis
tribution bureau for masks nnd
horns; Mrs. Georgo Kluegel will of
ficiate at the lemonade booth) Mrs.
A. E. Murphy will bo qucon of the
flower palace, audits. J, D. Dough
erty will engineer the confetti.
Lust night's meeting of tho Elks
carnival committee revealed prog-
In advance of expectation.
Et cry thing Is ludlcativo of a splen
did two nights, and the side-show
prospectus has several big shows
rolled Into one. 'Reports were limdo
which showed that not only were
tho Elks working with a lively ap
preciation, but friends nio anxious
to do all they can to help. There 1
much talent. In the vnrtous military
camps, and It Is not unlikely thnt
como clever stunts will bo contrib
uted In this respect.
t .' j
David Morgan Prosser, a deserter
from the Marjlund.'was'captured by
Officer Nobriga this liiornlng at Ka
knnko. The Jackie had gotten rid
of his uniform nnd hud donned an
ordlnar) laborer's costume. It Is
Said that he hqd made arrangements
to ship on tho Erbklno M, Phelps,
but the police, ofllcer got hold at htm
before ho could mnnligo to sail.
"Impatleneo," Bald Uncle Eben, "Is
'Inerally dq fccllii' ou has when you
wants Eomeundy else to hurry an
innko up fob do time you's been
w.iBtln'." Washington Star.
"I dlsagico with tho scientists who
claim that tho brain Is tlio teat or
reason." "Don't get oxclted about It,
they probably don't mean jour brain."
Houston Post. ' . '
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IT BULLETIN AUS PAY
J O x TVJ
Wednesday, February 9.
San Franclico Lutllr.it At, N. S. S.,
Kcalla Keauhoti. stmr.. a. in.
Kauai ports W G. Hall, Btmr., a. m.
Tuesday, February 8.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Hongkong tla Japan ports China,
P. M. S. S , 5 p. m.
Sallna Cruz via Island ports Colum
bian, A.-H. S. S , p. m. ,
VE8SEL8 TO ARRIVE
Thursday, February 10.
Hawaii nnd Maul iiorts Claudlno, fy
' Saturday, February 12.
'Hllo nnd way ports Mnuna Kca, ?4, (
San rrnnclrco Cleveland, II.-A.,
San Franilsco Sheridan, U, S. A. T.
SundaV, February 13. f
Maul and Molokal ports Mtkahalt,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Saturday, February 14.
San Franclbco Manchuria, P. M.
S. S. '
Wednesday, February 18.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, February 17.1'
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
VE83ELS TO DEPART
Thursday, February 10.
Kauai .ports V. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, February 11. '
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno.
Monday, February 14.
JapVi ports nnd Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. S. S.
f IPA88FNQERS DEPARTED I
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai pirts,
Feb. 8. Rev. Mln, Mrs. C. M. Cooko,
Miss A. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. uellson,
Mrs. Macfarlane, IL P. Fayo, Dr. O.
II. Huddy, W. C. Irko, F. Oay, Mrs.
Per P. M. 8. 8. China, for Hong
kong vln Japan ports. J. S. Horriot,
II. L. Lucas, C. D. Thompson, Mrs. Co
vode. Per stmr. Mlknhila. for Maul and
Molokal ports, Feb 8. J. D. Mc
Veigh, C. II. Cooke, Miss A. Alexand
r' i. v. J u B
Duford. arrived nt San Fraidsco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15.
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manna; arrived
Jan. 20. I
l-ogan, from Honolulu for, San Fran
cisco. Feb. 4. ' '
Thomas arrived Manila from Hono
lulu. Fob 3. a.
Sheridan, salloj from San Franclrco,
Molls are duo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Mongolia. Feb.'' 18.
Vancriuter Per MakurVMarch 4. i
Colonies Per Maltal Marcb2.
Mails will depart tV the following
points as follows! ' .
San Francisco Per Lurllna Feb. 1C.
Yokohama Per Manchuria Feb. 14.
Vancauvor Per Maltal, March 2.
Colonics Per Makuro. March 4.
. . .
Captain Berison. chler of Admlrnt
Sebreo's staff, beforo departing for tho
coast, mailed tlio following letter to
the. Merchants' Association, in appreci
ation of tho many kindnesses shown
to nil connected with tho fleet during '
Its staj: In these waters: ',
Offlco of Commander In Chler, '
United States Pacific Floot.
U. 8. S. California.
Honolulu, T. IL, Fob, 8, 1910.
The Merchants' Association of Hono
lulu, Honolulu, T.VII. ""
acntlemcn: I nm dlrectod by tho
Comriinndor-ln. Chief of tho U. 8. Pa
cific Fleet to attempt to express to you
his special appreciation of the kind
ness nnd attention that has been
shown to tho officers, and particularly '
to.thp enlisted m?n of the Pacific Floet
when visiting Honolulu.
Ho wishes to particularly oppress
his appreciation 6f tho entdrtalnmontB
given to tho Chief Petty Officers nml
PAtty Offlcois of the First Squ"drnn
during tholt- present Vlslt. Thoao
courtesies, axtondod tb the men ex
press tho Interest In, nnd lojard fui-.
tho real fighting forco of the service,
and Is tho fouling that Is most earn
ost'y deal rod to ba .cultivate I,
' It not pnlyglvfek 'tjio men g-ort
pleasure, but Jt Is'an ovldonco to thorn
that tha pedplo really "are Interested
In theni, drid I nrtf stfro'thst In thr.
years tn eomo thfl'nlon bf.thls fleet w;n
always look lorwiird',io their visits, to
Honolulu wjtlC plcasuri' and a'wnyj
moi ii iicuk.t nuuresi in mo people.
By dlroctlon cf the Commander-ln-Chief.
,W, P. BF.ys"ON.
Captain, U. 8, Navy, 'Chief of Staff.
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