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BVENIrtO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TIIUnSDAY. FCT. 10. 1910.
j Hawaiian Stated.
Honolulu Commandcry Reo
ular, 5 p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter Ho. 3
All Usltlng members ot tno
Order nro cordially Invited to
nUcnd meotlngs of local lodgrs
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt V. V. Hall
t JqELJXJ 7:30 V. H.
MARINE ENGINEERS' , Ao
BENEFICIAL AJVWION.ciations cor
IIAaMONY L0D0-, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. T. Hall, Tort Street.
E. li, HENDRY, Secretary.
It. E. MCCOY, Noble (Iraud.
All vlsltlug brothers ory cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mceti every first and third Frl
Bay evening at 7:30 In 1C. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Beretanla. Visiting
'brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
I HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 11. 1. O.
Elks, meats In their hall, on King
Btreot, near Fdt, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are- cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT. E. R.
If. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third TJmrs
Bajs of each month at Knights of
Tythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor-'
Vlally luvlted'to attend.
P. IHQOIN8, Sachom.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
730 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaclea aro invited to at
tend. W. It. RILEY. V. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
venlng 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.
13. A. JACOUSON, K. R. S.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGE0N.
Alnkea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 5$0. Beiidence, 1460.
BBGAL SHOE CO.
'"' r King and Bethel.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
( Go to 1 -
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bide
$05.00 ' :?
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.. LTD. ,
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAIL0RINO.
EverjtliinR absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - nOTEL ST
. Phone 200.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUHG.
Wetierda, February 9.
V M I'ajne Man Francisco, C V
Hodge Ban Fran"lsco. C I'ogue, San
ta Cl.ir.;' J A, Mtl.rnnan, Mrs. 1
Scullowny; I.. I;, Mnlilii'ii. ununi.
Tlitirrilny, I ob-tnry 10
Carl WaMeycr. l.nhnlin, W. E.
Bounties. San Cr.inclfu), Mrs. V V
W'Pbcoatt, I'limieuc: J J Walsh, Ka-
Tuesasy, February 8.
J. I Klrk;.nliiek, San Franfco; 1'.
L. McUormoit, New Wis Cil ; W K.
Stewart, Momiioutti, III. I)r. A. Mi-frill.
San Frnncuco. Milnrti (lllhtrunk,
Now ' York C ll) . J S McCamllcss,
cll. W-R llii.Y. Si-ii Frahclsco; O
Midi. S.m Francisco. Mrs. II. Mlsh,
Snn Francl-cu; A. Sulclllt, Manila.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Vedncfdiy, Tebruary 9.
Mr nnd Mis J Milton, nrand June
Friday, February 4.
C Helii-ler, I iigl.uij, J Eians. Taco
ni i V.'hjIi
J. Carlo, loan office, .lan'bargalna In
Jowolry anil money to loan
Call r-n Charlie at the Orphonm Sal
oon for the coolust'nnd bent beer In
Oo to ll'o Taslilor. Saloon when you
want a delicious cold drink, made
Wliltnc) & Marsh will oiler excep
tional values In lingerie dresses on
Horses for salo or hire. Rigs with
or without drive: 8. Fine saddle horses.
Club Stables, 1128 Kort St., Tel. 109.
Wall Chong Co. In the Waverloy
Block on Hotel atroet, have'somo very
flno suitings and drcsa goods, Suit
from tho Coaat,
Noto the wonderful bargains on"
pianos, pianola pianos ana pianolas at
Bcrgstroni Mualc uos tills wock. boc
display ad In this Issue.
Now Athlotlu underwear. B. V. D
goods. now .shirts aud pajarmu, In
Jlght wolgtft nnd pretty -color. -A
(Tno lot of now suitings nt Yce Chan
& Co.'s, King aud Bothol street
A fine llr.e of wool sweaters, silk
glcnefl. Kid gloies, baby ribbon and
silk llslo hostory has just, been re
ceived by Miss Kate Woodnrd and Is
on salo at her store on Fort street, next
to tho Convent.
Olaa was the" only stock dealt In
among Iho brokers on the Stock Ex
change at tho morning session, noarly
one thout.and olures changing hands
nt 6.75. The maikut closed fairly firm
Int that figuio. with 7 recorded as the
asking price This with iioou or Hat
wallan Irrigation Cs were tho only
transactions on tho board.
Between Boarda sales did not dc-
clop any market activity. Hilo Rail
way bonds sold at par. Brewery stock
advanced a dollar a tnaro on a ten-
til aro block. En a held fairly firm at
,34.25, It being reported on Jhc outBldo
Hint somo hales ha'd peen flnde nt 31.
Oaliu Sugar Is 35 50, Hutchinson ad
vanced three eighths to 18 375.
Just what Is canting mo dull mar
ket Is hard to Bay; but It Is rcasonablo
to belloe that a lively start Is not
far distant and it will probably bojn
evidence, as soon a tho raw sugar
market develops tho full limit of tho
totalled February slump.
Bulletin Basinets Office Phone 286.
RnlMin Editorial Bfnm PhnnflBS
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7.
we say. you can buy Muslinweav here andjiow.for Jisjjoneytluui else
where, we mean that our average values aro better in every respect. Ve
ask you to compare our Roods and prices with the best you can find
elsewhere, before making your purchase. '
Sale commences Monday moraine, February ,7.
',, l) i ,1' i
A, gLQiM "
Fort St., opposite -Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
One cent 'a word Will carry your
message to the people of Hawaii1 in
the1 classified columns 'of the Bul
letin. A thirty cent investment
will place your want or wish before
almost thirty tnousand people;
' J .,
Automobiles $( per hour. Phone 6.
Telephone 503 to hUo Laundry
called for and delivered quick. .i
Rev. Stephen M. Desha arrlvedw'lth
the Claudlno from Hllo this morning.
Dr. J. J. Carey, the dentist, has
opened offices at Room 367, Boston
J. P. Cooke was anions tho arrivals
from Maul ports 'by tho steamer Claud-J
a. .i.,j . i . . . l
uie iiii iiiuriuuH. ' . , u
Anicrlcnn Steam laundry Phone
503 Automobile dellvery'-Best work.
There will bo a meeting ot tho Pa-
loto Social Club this evening ntithe
residence of C. J,' Schoenlng. , I.
For n hack ring up phone 405 nnd
ask for Frank Baker, Stand Union
near Hotel St. Hack No. 57.
Our specialty-Is cleaning nnd block
ing felt, stra'w and Panama hats. 'Ex
pert Hat Cleaners, 1121 Fort St.
If you want o 'good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.,427 Queen St. -
Henry Baturis prefVrred to forfeit
his ball 'tills morning Insiend of mp-
penring in, court on a charge of being
under the Influence of liquor.
Second District Court Judge Thayer
was on the bench this morning. Judgo
Andrnda Is slightly jlndlsiiosed and
may not olllctato for a cuuplo of days.
The 500-matk has been reached on
tho nutomobllo register at the police
btatlon, nnd a start will probably bo
mado on tho next century mark during
Owing to a complimentary dinner to
lid given at the Commercial Cjuh In
the ocnlng, ladles' wil bo admitted
to the club rooms only ut luncheon on
Saturday, February 12.
Dr. Robert Burdetto nnd Secretary
Westlako of tho Minneapolis Com
mercial Club will bo the guests of hon
or ot a dinner given by the Commer
cial Club Saturday evening.
Walter Stanton, tho comedian who
has finished a successful engagement
at the Park, Theater, has booked pas
sago to San Francisco by the Matson
Natlgatlon steamer Lurllno.
The caso against Yamasakl, the
Jnpaneso woman from Walpahu, who
Is charged with, selling liquor without
a license, was rent over till February
14 this morning at the Polite Court.
Mokunloa was tcharged on the Po
lice, Court calendar, with having stolen
n step ladder from ano)hor roan. No
evidence wbb gvun .W tho c iro this
morning nnd the matter went over tU
Among tho passngirg booked for
gallon liner Lurllno Bulling, for tho
mainland on Tuosday evening. I ro
George II. Probast: C. V.'.Danlel. 11.
B. Trothu'way. and Mrs. Austin, wlfo
of Midshipman Austin 'of. the South
Dakota. . ,
Henry Worham was an unwilling
guest pf the county last night. Harry
had had a strenuous, konohl all ot
his own. and on belnff gathered In by a
police' ofllcor simply murmured "Three
smites, you ro out, ana ,iauoa away
to dreamland. 'H. 'W. wak introduced
to Judge Thayer this morning, 'and
as thirty days nt Asch's was tho sen
tence, Henry win be ready and nt
for a fid wheiiihe comes out.
,Thero will ber a .meeting of the
Men's Club of Si, Andiow's Parish' at
8 p. m. on Monday next. Rev., Dr.
Robert J. Burdetto will address the
mcqttng, after the election of t officers
for the .ensuing year has taken place.
'At this, meeting a report of the com
mittee appointed by tho Club to out
llno tho work to bo undertaken. by the
club In regai d to tho anti-tuberculosis
campaign win do roaa..
C. Were tllodgo. advertising man
ager of tho I'eck-Judah Company ot
aan rrnacisco, arrivea in tne city ny
tho Lurllno Tho Pock-3udah ..Com
pany aro ownerstof tho, Pacific Cfiast
Hotol CablneUBystcm, 'publishers of
tho Railroad Bluo Book Touring
Summer Trlpb and operators of tho
Free Information Bureaus. They
hate a proposition to-present to' tho
business men bf Honolulu and . Mr.
Hodge will bo at tho Promotion Com
mltteo meeting this afternoon. t
i m ,-
IT IS EXPECTED' that the .Pacific
Mull liner Mongolia, duo to arrlvo, here,
from tho Orient , on next .Friday, will
go to the new Alakea Street wharf.
Tio cseel Is bringing pyer'two .thou
sand tons of general, cargo. . . i
DISCOUNT SALE on Muslinwtar com-
Every R-rment, fresh' and critpT tWh
" Who yon want to U
Hattdted right, phone
CITZ THAHtMTBB VH,
Jm. H. Lore,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
fuiiUturi) nrl Ptano MovLna.
nil I J nl.-UWr
- . ( -..
GANG ft) LAIR
! U.t,... Will D.lwi from Maul and Hawaii ports this
Ikld'nldECl a Tllll -UC
Pinna fnr Dim rnrtlimmtiit? Moral
, . , , ,,
Day Parade nre maturing rapidly.
Funds nro pouring in, but still much
money Is needed to meet the ox-1
penses incurred In making the 1010
parade the best ever seen In tho Tcr-
Tho Kamehnmehn Scfiools will
havo two floats Instead of tho one
as Originally planned for. Alllolanl
College has. promls.d to put In a
float, nnd from the way the students
ot this Institution hne interested
themselves, their float should bo n
Ralph S. Hosmer, chairman of the .
schools committee, made an encour
aging report yesterday, at; the meet
ing ot the Floral. Parade connnlttco.
Three new floats havo been prom
ised for the school division ot the pa
rade slnco the last meeting.
Abetter was read from C. S. Dolo
of Kauai stating that Mrs. Peter Ma-
linn hail hann,' nKMiAti n th Tula nil
.u aiuvi uvmii uuocu an iic ibihmm
princess to lepresent the Garden Is
land. Mrs.,Wallnn la an cquestrl
enne of no alight merit, and she will
ride Moklhann, ouOvof the finest
horses In tho. Territory. Mrs. Ma-
llna will hrrlve next Tuesday.
Tho Hilo Board of Trade havo sent
a wireless message to tho Floral Day
Parade committee stating that Men-
dames Elliott, Rice and Castendyk
have been appointed a commltteo to
choose tho princess to represent Ha
waii. The princfebs chosen by this
commltteo may possibly drlvo a char-
lot tn the parade. Maul Is the only
Island that has not mado definite ar
rangements as regards her princess.
The central committee, however, has
lecelved word that this Island will
be well represented.
Wllbcrforco haB boon more than uc
tlve slnco he took 'up the trail of run
ning to earth the gang of plliklk mak
ers undoi' tho direction ot Jimmy Wil
der. Slnco tho discovery of tho ralnt
brush on Tautalug and a large quan- a quantity of salvage secured by
tltv of timber lu tho back' yard otln, um., ai fh.. ..
and It la exacted that one or ee,i ?"dcrI,1?cf' wllch went ashoro off
more of tho culprlta will be arrclto. pla- "' "f1 mon.Ul. mav he iand
beforo many days. . ' et at Honolulu without the payment
Wllberfnrco hutl' a strenucug lit- of
It yesterday. Thinking that soni'i of
tho gang might biMn the .neighbour
hood of Chinatown, "a dctaHf detec
tives wan sent oilt'to keen n closv)
'watch on all suspicious character., es
pecially tnoso carrying p.rceis tnnt
migiii contain canvas or coioreir pa
m.r (VTnnln nna fit (!" smnrtnat r.r.n
In tho service of Uncle Sam, and how
head of the I.anal Boclely for thu
propagation of Christian Knowlo-hJo,
was put In chargqvif six nien, ci-kT. fo
well did till'.' work that beforo mid
night, a number 'Of blouses, similar to
thoso warn by artisans, were , tin
earthed in a shed on Wilder avenuo,
not far .from wh'oro.thd tliubor ,had
been found. ' '
'These blouses wero 'also covered
with red paint stains, but wlinl'hna
perploxed Wllberforco Is that tho
blouses bore other stalna of differ -
ont nun whirls rlnnrlv nrovca Ihit mil
la not iho only color being use. by
(li aan nt Ills In mnlrnrii
Of such importttneo did Wllberforco i
consfdor thlH flnH that hn'reiutrod ns-l
quickly as possible to, the bacK yard of,
Jimmy Wlldor'a, house. On arrhol It
was Been at, a 'glance that tho timber
had been disarranged.' Port'cns pf It
had been" nailed toRclhcr'to'form soma
sort of a strnc'.ure. Thero were a
rairbcr ot brudios aht) cana full of
ficth paint ucatrcrod around, which
c!tarly proos that1 active operations
ate In .force, to erect some stiucluio
vh'ch Is to lib Used by the gang in
bi caking up the Floial Parade.
Without saylila-'fi word to anyone,
Wllberforco Bent's iphcr m,vi-a;c to
Chief .McDuffio, Ji'it ;a hat, Its iui'i'Ut
vii' lias not bcOn d.bcloscd. A spec
tal detective, loyrru ,v;as nt onco Lueltana Hon .Soc of Hawaii to
fort to tho ee'ero -''nd told to tnke'tipj Frank Sahtos .........t,-, Re
9, position In U'pusrbj tree ooilook- Knto.L'Hofbert and tub toMtawn k
Ing tho, Wilder promlKs, from whncej"i Trust Co Ltd t .'...'..'...,.. M
he could watch Uki h.ulg at work, Maria R Medclroa and hsb to Gil-
Sergt. Bluffeni c( Ktlahoa was he homlnn C Teixeira I)
man chosen to (ikj 'In this i-osp.'i.ia- Est of Theo.H Davlca by Tra to"
Iblo position au.l'hb lie la u'ldeisUvil
SV&S to bar jour
your orcVir to tbe
Storaae W)d ''"
i- -- i t-i-ujU- u
diid thin he will nut be noticed amidst
tho le.if) brnnches. It Is expected
that he wllphavo a favorable rcpoit
to muko before supper time this eeii
FINE WEATHER was met with by
tho Clnudlnc, which nrrlnl nt Uorio-
morning. The vesrel brought a full
quota ot cabin passengers and her
freight list Included 35 wharf piles, 83
sacks corn, 11 biles hides, 93 pack
ages sundries and 15 Iioko. Purser
Klbllog reports the barks Oljmpla
'Annlo Johnson arid schooner Aloha nt
"Hllo at the time of the Claudlne's de-
pnrturc. The American Hawaiian
frcE,Ucr Columbian was taking on
tuigar nt Kahulul on last Wednesday.
.CAPTAIN QltAHAM. master of tho,
mg Ainer can snip Bi.inej. rncips.
has rounded up a crew which will bo
,.,. ,,,, . ni,.i,, ,
IUIII IIIUUMID JllllP4lrU IIUIII I1UI1U1UIII l
v-,..v Ym). bv .. w,v ot tho Horn
Tho vestel has taken on about fle
thousand tons of xugai- and It Is the
intention to got away lor mo Atlantic
seauonru ucioro tne cioso oi tno wcbk,
Tho Phelps arrived here on Dccembor
29 from. Pugcl, Sound ports. Sho Is at
present lajlhg'at tho railway wharves.
A OENERAL CARGO. Including
shipments of fertilizer, It is said, wll
bo brought" out from Lclth hnd afso
continental porta by the. bark vDan
i mark, tho vend having been placet
Ion tho berth through tho agency bf
Balfour, Guthrie & Co.
THE PACIFICMAIL liner Manchu
ria, from San Francisco to tho Far
Cast. Is icported.to havo Balled from
tho California. port o:i'Tuoiday after
noon. Tho Manchuria Is duo to arrlvo
here on 'Monday morning. , ,
SUGAR FROM Kauai porta' to tho
amount of E50O sacks arrived at Hono
lulu this morning by 'tho'lntor-lsland
steamer Llkcllke. Flnot weather Is
reported along Kauai. ,
THE ARRIVAL 'of Frank II. Smith,
representing tho, San Francl3co Bridge
Company In their 'contracts at Pearl
City, Is expected by tho Wllhelmlna.
LIGHTHOUSE tender Kukul
left, the Marino railway this morning
after having been cleaned and, re
DUTX WAIVED' PN
: "'-'BRITISH SALVAGE
9 nrltlih ship Alex-
of customs duties.
The material lncluilej anchors,
chains, sails, gear and tacklo, brass
wpr,k, and, In fact, most over) thing
not' nhllcd'down. h
The salvago was takon off the dis
tressed bark and placed aboard tho
Steamer James MakeO,
.brought ibe material to Honolulu
and H -.was then that the question
was raised concerning the assess;
merit of duty
lit 1b claimed (hat salvage from
forelgn-bullt vessels, hailing from a
foreign port, but wrecked In Ameri
can waters, are not liable to titty
and upon -this Interpretation of tho
law tho' Miller Salvage Company has
proceeded 'to-land the salvage at Ho-
1 'tj.o Jamcs Mnkee lst now benB
I .. . . ... .. -
lt"8cnarsel at "rt treat wnart,
I " ' " i
Entered for. Record Feb, .9, J910,
. 'from 10:30 h. m. to 4:33 p." m.
Kahal (k)'ct at to E II Cant '.' h
JoreiJl.KKahnb to E II 'Cant ....'.I,
Kalou and' bub to'Oalut Sug Co LtiL.D
von Ifamm-Young ,Co Lid to Y Maru-
ono ,r. . ,...;,..' .w.,.. .,,,. Roi
Edward 1, Llko and wf to L L Mc-
'Candloss ,,.. M
F J Lowicy Tr to'Clty'and County .
of Honolulu ," D
Julia Nuncs and hsb to J P DiaB-Tr.M
Entered'for Record Feb. 10, 1910, 1
from 8:30 a', mto .10:30 a.,Tn.
W O Irwin and wf to Prdt'tWiisconal .
- r Church In Haw Islands 1)
Rose W, Tenney D
CABLE ADVICE '
Cabled Inquiries hnve been re
ceived from Japan as to tho disposi
tion of the birds' feathers and wings
that wero seized by tho revenue cut-
tor Thetis at Lnysan Island. Tho
query comes from the agent of Max
Schlemmer In Japan, nnd the further
stntcment Is made that the Japanese
now under arrest here for poaching
bit the Laysan Island reserve Bhould
bndeaor to establish Schlemmer's
responsibility as their cmplojer.
It Is stated to bo the expectation
of tho arrested Japanese to escape
prosecution for their violation of tho
provisions of tho executive order that
mado Laysau Island a part ot the
Hawaiian bird reservntlon, by acting
upon the advice that comes to them
from Japan, and tho cable tells them
plainly to proceed and do their ut
most to place tho responsibility of
the bird slaughters upon the shoiit
ders of "King Mnx."
The cases of tho Japanese nro stilt
pending before tho United States
Urand Jury, S. Slicba proceeding
...,.' tkn H.n.l. t -nM-l-ll...- Itl-l
mill Ilia num Ul i,iiiioiauii0 ,""T
official records of the poaching party
r OlLktIn.ap pay -fjQ
Maui Agricultural Company.
Tjie annual meeting of the part
ners of tho Maul' Agricultural Com
pany will be held at tho olTIco and
principal plnco of business at tho
company, 208 Stangcnwnld building,
Honolulu, T. It., on Monday, tho
28th day of February, 1910. at 11:30
o'clock u. m.
W. O. SMITH,
Secretary, Maul Agricultural Com
ANNUAL MEETING. ,
Tho annual, meeting of the stock
holders , ot Alexander & Baldwin,
Ltd., will be held at the onlce aud
principal place of business of the
company No. 208 Stangenwald
building, Honolulu, T. It., on Mon
day, tho 28th day of February, 1910
at 9 o'clock a. m.
E. E. PAXTON.
Secretary, Alexander & Baldwin,
The nnnuul meeting of the stock
holders of Jtalku Sugar Co. will, bo
hold! at tho office and principal placo
of business of the company, No. 208
Stangenwald building, Honolulu, T.
II., -on Monday,-the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1910,, nt 10:20 o'clock a. in.
E. E. PAXTON,
Secretary, Haiku Sugar Co.
., Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of kill a Plantation Co.. Ltd..
will be 'held, at the office and prin
cipal place of business of the com
pany, No. 208 Stangenwald building,
Honolulu, T. li., on Monday, tho 28th
day o February, 1910, at 11 o'clock
E. E. PAXTON,
Secretary, Kula Plantation Co., Ltd.
The annual meeting ot the stock
holders of Central MTtl Co., Ltd., will
be, held at the office and principal
place of business' of (he company,
No. 208 Stangenwald building, Ho
nolulu, T. II., on Monday, tfie 28th
day of February, 1910, at 11:50
W. U. DltUlll,
Secretary, Central Mill Co., Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders ot Keahua Ranch Co., Ltd.,
will bo held at the office and prin
cipal placo ot business of the com
pany. No, 208 Stangenwald building,
Honolulu, T. II.7 on Wednesday, the
23rd day of February, ' 1910, at
11:30 o'clock a. m. '
E. E. PAXTON, '
Secretary, Keahua Ranch Co., Ltd!
, 1 T ,
The annual meeting ot the stock
holders of Nahlku Sugar Co. will be
hold at tho oflj'eo and principal (dace
of business ot -tho compan)', No.' 208
DlUUgtiUWUlU UUHUlllg, IIUUUIUIU, !
on Wednesday, the" 23rd day of
February, 1910, at 3:30 o'clock p. m. I'Mrs. I). wore nothing. That, was
E. B. PAXTON, remarkable!' You can go to' the
Secretary, Nahlku Sugar Co. cashier 'and get your money." Ex-4D39-12t
Thursday, February 10.
Hawaii and Maul lortsClaudlno,
btmr , a. in.
Kauai poits Llkelike, Btmr., a. m.
Thursday, February' 10.
Kauai porta Kcauhoii, stmr, 6 p. m.
VES3ELS TO ARRIVE
8aturdy, February 12.
Hllo and way ports Manna Hea,
San Francisco Cleveland, H.-A.,
San Francisco Sheridan, U. S. A. T.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday, February 10.
Kauai orts W. G. Hall, stmr, 5,
1. m. '
Maul and Hawaii ports Maul, Btmr,
Friday, February 11.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Per Stmr, Claudlno from Mnul nnd
Hawaii ports. Mrs. S. Hapal. Miss K,
Hapal, II. Hapal, Rev. S. L. Cetha E.
It; Williams, E. H. Tupper, Miss L.
Puhlhalo, J. P. Cookn, Mrs. Aycrs,
Mrs. W. W. Westcoat. J. J. Wahh E.
H. Hart, Mrs. Hart, W. B. Roundtreo,
Mrs. J. Nclll, Miss L. 1C Hart, J as. K.
Hart, L. H. 8. Hart Mrs. W. C. Con
way, Mrs. Jos. Cockett, Mrs. F. Do
Rego, Miss J. do I.llnn; C. Waldcyer, F.
Thompson, II. Focke, "
IN FOREIGN PORT0
Thursday, February 10.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Fob. 7:
S. S. Virginian for San Francisco.
MUKII.TEO Sailed Feb. 0:
Schr. Ariel, for Pearl Harbor.
VICTOItlA Arrived Fob. 10:
S. S. Malcura. henco Fob. 3.
SDATTLF. Arrived Feb. 10;
S. S. Hllonlnn, from San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 10:
S. S. Nevadan for Honolulu.
MOJt Sailed Feb. 0!
S. S. Koan Mam. for Honolulu.
At tho annual Etockholdera' meet
ing of C. Brewer & Co , Ltd., this
morning, tho following officers wero
duly elected: E. F. Bishop, prcsi
dent; G. H. Robericon, vice-president
nnd manager;1 W. W. North, treas
urer; R. Ivers, secretary; J. R. Oalt,
auditor. The names of the directors
nro as follows: a.' R. Carter, C. II.
Cooko, R. A. Cooke, A. Gartloy.;Wlth
the 'exception ot the election of these
officers and the reading ot an' annual
report, no other Important matters
were brought up.
Bringing the headquarters, band nnd
companies of enlisted men of tho fam
ous Nineteenth , Infantry, thd. United
States army transport Sheridan Is ox
iwcteil to arryo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on 'Saturday. tiio vessel
la enVnito 10 Manila via Guam and
hor dispatch 'for , 'the 'Philippines will
greatly depend upon her arrival at
Should tho transport show up oft
tho port early on Saturday morning
Bho may got nway that 'evening or
early 'on Sunday rnornln?. Tho Sheri
dan Is' taking on Bit hundred 'tons ot
coal at Honolulu. j
There are a few pusonticrs for Ho
nolulu, they being connected with tho
Federal and government service here.
NIPPU jiji aYtacks breckons
(Continued from Page 1.)
The poachers from Laysan Island
will of course bo aciiulttcd. In that
wo, cannot find any iuotho of crime.
ThU ts ono of tho 'reasons why wo
Bay they shall bo acquitted. They
went to Ijiykan Island for hunting
purpose being themselves engaged in
good faith by tho Japanese who out
ered Into agreement With n'aortaln
American. No criminal motive can
bo found In their working thoro.
It (may be argued that tho prohibi
tion of catching birds is only a pollco
regulation pn they should bo prose
cuted regardless of tho presenco ot a
crlmlnpl intention or absence ot it.
But-it does not mean that In'pro'socu
Hon of ,an infringement of pollco reg
ulations criminal 'Intention Is not cs
Bontlal, Criminal Intention Is not es
sential In Kiicli Instances as It rofora
to preservation of social order and
protection of publlo interests, but tho
prohibition pi bird catchln? Is not
based on such ground as utatod abovo.
TI19 law cannot bo construed as to bo
ono Intended to protect national In
terests and requires tho prosecution
of those Whoi had no -.criminal Inten
tion. jThoreforo tho law docs not a'low
these twenty-three poacbeiB who had
no criminal lntont to bo prosecuted.
WHY HE "RESIGNED. -1
- -ij ,-,,, ,, ,,1
"See here, Lyons, jou'vo ruined
mo. In this account of tho ball I
said 'Mrs. Bunkerton wore nothlnir
.that was remarkable.' You've put It
, :i t '