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BVfNIHO .BULLETIN, HONOLtJLO. . T. It. SATURDAY, FBB 12, 1910
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On KAIMUKI CARLINE.
OUR PLAN is to sell only a
Take Waialae car
Honolulu Commandery Reo,-
ular, G p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All lslttng members of tne
order nru coruiauy invited to i
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mmiif t-T,Ai..rm. ncmiicn oi
KAninc tnomtttiy other Asso
BENEFICIAL A$IATIOH.ciations cor
' HABM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noble Grand.
H, All visiting brothers very cordially
c 0AHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
day oveulng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
. corner Fort anil Uerctanla. Visiting
i, brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
mHONOIUIU I0DGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, B. P. O.
Elks, meets in their hall, on King
ijBtreet, near Fort, every Friday even.
lng. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. O. EA8TON, Bec'y.
vKAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
f, Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
, Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
t ilally Invited to attend,
r P. HIOQINS, Bachem.
, H. V. TODD, C. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Mtets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
'' NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of p. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
' Visiting Eagles nre Invited to at-
' W. R. RtLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINIEY I0D0E No.8,K.ofP.
, Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ti evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of p.
t Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
( Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOllSON, K. R. S.
' WAH CHONG CO.
f DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
, Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coait.
WAVERLEY BLK. H0TEI ST.
k ., Importers of
,, ORIENTAL GOODS
;,uil Muuanu St. rhone 200.
to Subdivision and
Agent at the tract afternoons.
KMJ MW J
HE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Friday, February 11.
J. S. Stone. 1'oarl City.
Wednesday, February 9.
T. M. Payne, San Francleco; C. V.
Hodge, San Francisco; C. Poguo. San
ta Clara; J. A. McLennun, Mrs. F.
acunouay; i is. .Maniiim, Kauai.
Thumlay, February 10
Carl Waldoyer, Lahalna; W. E
Itountreo, Sa:i Francleco; Mrs. W. W.
Wcscoatt. Piiuneno: J. J. Wnlnh. Kn.
Tuesday, February 8.
j. j. lunqiamcK, aan iTancisco; i".
ij. .Mcuorniou, wow yorK city; w. K.
Stewart, Monmouth, 111.; Dr. A. Mer
rill, San Francisco; Isidore) Ollbtrunk
"i" iny; J. a. aicuanuiess
ai;iij, iv. i. iiuu, ami rruuciscu; u
ll.... f n ti..p. r. m . ..
Mtkh. San Francisco; Mrs. B. Mlfh
San Francisco; A. Sutcllff, Manila,
Frldsy, february 4.
Dr. J. H. Farrcll, Walluku; J. II.
Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bar-
nara. iiicnua; air. anu Mrs J. it.
LomIs Lcliehua; Mr3. Uerger. Lollo-
hua: J. K. Humo. Iilohim: p. n.
Sheridan. Lcllohua: A. C. Smith. Aus
Saturday, February S.
Dan Carlcton, Los Angeles.
8unday, Februnry 6.
W. F. Pogue, Walluku; W. E. Bal,
Walluku; II. B. Penhallow, Walluku;
II. P. Fajo, Kekaha; Miss E. Rice. LI-
huo; Miss L. Parsons, Santa Rosa; F.
M. White; Mrs. Lafayette I. Hsh. Ber
keley; L. A. C. Smith, Haictwa.
Monday, February 7.
Mrs. II. D. Wlshard, Llhue.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Wednesday, February 9.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mliton, Qrnnd Junc
Friday, February 4.
O, Hobcler, England; J. Evans, Taoo-
Saturday, February 5.
J. J. Muller, Pencokeo: O. D. Ma-
hone, Walpahu; F. D. Mahono, ,Wal
poliu. Sunday, February 6.
II. M, Grayson, ,E k. Qopk.
Monday, February 7.
O. W. Bell.
Joo Monlz. who Is on tho Pollco
Court calendar charged v-ltli two of-
renBcs impcrsmutlng n pollco officer
and extortion had his cases contl.iued
till Fobruan- il this morning by JudSt.
5000 Yards Exquisite New Embroideries
at 25 per cent. Reduction for One Week
Our Great February Embroidery Sale starts MONDAY
MORNING with andsomer goods and better values than
in any previous sale. The materials prc fine, the patterns
new and beautiful, all carefully worked and perfect iin
every detail. Prettier embroideries you can not find any
where, even if you pay double the price. Come and see
the great window display look at the styles look at the
materials look at the workmanship, and look at the
prices. Then you will appreciate how unusual are these
On sale Monday, February 14.
Fort St., opposite
Streets Paved, Water Mains Laid, Excellent View, Absolutely fro Rocks.
i ' ' fir - t
limited number of lots at this figure. To save the advance in price ACT NOW
pick out your lot.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ana Aunt m nmJ eirill wi eei .wniivl
I vuv ibut nvuu W lAiJ !1VW i
messaee to the people of Hawaii in '
the classified columns of the J ui
1 e t i n. A thirty cent investment
will place your want or wish before
almost thirty thousand pcoplei
New idlings at Whitney & Marsh's.
Telepbcno 593 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
The Clarion Is offering tome wonder
ful lalucs In men's stilts at $20,
Dr. J. J. C.iroy, the dentist, has
opened offices at Room 307, Boston
a,i' ji. i,jm.
E03-Automob:ie delivery-Best work. f lI ths ffnuigLments for thb en
Prompt attention. r "l'nmen1t; " the sporting line, of
The Manufacturer's Shoo Co. are "-"Columbia boys,
almost Riling nuay rubber heels this . . wl" b four uaRcljt1l Bnmcs.
week. 15 cents tlio pair. nml n''uough only o:io of the dates
Order a fen battles of delicious Co-
co Cola. Uottlert exclusliolv bv Ha-
Mallnn Soda Works, phono 51.
Our specialty Is r eanlng and block
ins leu, Biran nnu i-anama imis. ca-
pen nai uieaners, Jin rori ai.
If you want r.t.1 J,.t .lone on an
auto or cnrrlace ui, H tn llawallaa
Carriage MfK fn '. Ou.w. .St.
urriuBH .mu u .-. vn.f. m. -
m. . .t. .. I .. ....,
Tim room, at llio M iest!e Hotnl
'corner of I'M; t nn I nli street,
, -, -- - -,- j ,--.-. . -
aro cpoi nna niui(iivo.y fiiriusiicd
and well looked alter. Call and look
them oier. "
Sam Kalmtiinauio, Mho Is alU'ced
to haie oisaultcd a Chlneap baVer Mho,
called to collect a bill, was nenl ovr
till Monday morn(iig when
ilri(l- Mill attend to his III
i The Bonine Mill dl3nlay the
in'" J the surf riding scenes
benefit of the Cleveland passengers. A
renllstit: Idea of the Volcano may be
had without tho time lost in taking " "om tno duo peopio who hnie so
tho trip. 'far failed to respond to the mailed
Henry Aknu, who ,was charged with request to share In the expenses of
heqdlcss driving, that rojtiltiil In n the day.
Japanese- child losing Its tos Jul tl.e "We certainly want only such ns
caso against him dlBinlssel this mora-' i,,..,. , ',ii.. ... .J . ,..
Ing, as It was shown that (lie wholo at- " 'n"C0 ns " cntlr?ly of ,ho flee wl
fair was purely an nccldcct. 'S ! K nnt,lre- Anr BUm frm one
John Snlffen did not content himself lar up will be ncccptnblo.
with aniffln' at the flowing bowl yes- "There nro two alms: Tho first lo
terday. It was a pity that John lm-to haie a popular list, (showing civic
blbed so freely, h"t tho Tact remains spirit. Tho second is to run over
that Snlffen was loaded for fair last thn pn.il n,t invo i,i. ,.
"lKh'-. n.nd .n"or-B-1,e.ml'nB tl,.. ""'.
a cell ho was fined four plunks this
morning by Judgo Thayer.
Jack No. 1, a Fijian, who claims to
bo a direct descendant of Cakabau, tlio
Into lamented ruler of tho cannibal is
lands, was run in last night as a plain
qrdlnary drunk. Tho scion of a noblo
fumllv nut im n utrnnir rinfonan nml hi
caso was s5nt over till Monday noxt.
Ho. on that date, will meet Judge An
Tho Daughters of tho American
Rciolutlon will hold their February
meeting at 3:30 M.onday,atternoon, the
14th Inst., at tho residence ot Mrs. P.
Q. Jones on'Kuaklnl Btreet. Mrs. P.
L. Homo will present tho subject of
tho day. It Is hoped that a largo pro
portion of members and any visiting
Daughters will attend.
.Bulletin Business Office Phone 280.
TlnlMin Tdltnrial Room Phono i8i
The Hawaiian Realty Co. J
b - vplono &Pd -
Whtn job want to be SUBS to have jour
Handl.d right, phone your order to the
Qijy TRANSFER CO. '
jM, jj, tj '
PLENTY OF BALL
FOR COLUMBIA BOYS
R. S. Gault, manager of the Doss'
Cluu f Honolulu, will be In cliargo
nas been bo far filled, the other dis
Mill douhtlcns lis lllleil In ulih
matches against tho local Bhooh.
rebruary 19 lias been already fixed
for the match with tho St. Loul3 Col
Tne , , bo p(le(, 0
the llojs' Field, and tho gnlo recolpls
Mill go to tho Columbia bojs. A'
wi co i . f-oliimliln l.n
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nubA iiiuci. will iiiii iii nnin n n m i in
-,,. runnlnir ,ek' n in
r, , i
8 FleId ,s """ beInE P"' '""
sl"ipo for the different events,
conlR"t'e',. last oienlng. "Wo want
0U01" juuu and would UKo to have
19". Wo desire community cooner-
atlon, and therefore ask all holding
the postals to reply at onco."
Harry Dahlin. who Is not a dlsclplo
of Woolloy, must havo run ncross
BOmo of tho real thing In boose last
night. Harry was loaded til. hla Inn.
liWoro afloat and. after u rcfroHhliig
Bleep In cell 23. ho faced J mien Thm.
cr this morning. "Tlirco and ono," re
marked tho Judge.
Ooorgo Ekstrom, n Gfcrman. and
Manuel Sllva, who halls from Portu
gal, both did their famous song and
dance stunt last night, but n hard
hearted cop doclded they wore both
Inked. Tho consequence waa that tho
paid went In on tho lopo to tho police
station, and this morning wore fined
4 nnd $7 each respectively.
MAN'S NOT A MAN IF
DOESN'T BEAT -WIFE,
WOMAN TELLS JUDGE1
So Chicago Court Discharges Peter
Jiuny Who was Arrested on
Complaint of Neighbors.
CHICAGO, Jan. 29, "If my hus
band did not beat me up about every
so often, I'd think ho didn't lovo mo
"A man's not a man who won't
Bhow that bo Is die, boss of his owni
home, by beating, bis wife oncq In n
while. My husband Is the best men
on earth, and I'll allow no one to say
n word against him." s
This Is tho spirit that guide's tho
rupnlng of the- household of Potor
Duffy today, following hs releaso
from tho bonds of tho low by Judgo
Crowe. Theso are remarks made by
Mrs, Mary Duffy before the Court.
It Is ulleged Duffy periodically
abuses his helpmeet. The llttlo wo
man neier companed, but neigh
bors did. When Duffy faced Judgo
Crowe, his wife took the stand.
"I'vo often Jieard that women lovo
best1 the hnnd that beats them," said
Judgo Crowo, "but I've never before
heard a woman admit tho fact. You
aro thb Judge In this case, MrB. Duf
fj. Tho prisoner Is discharged."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Judc An- "Wo nbvil'lhave 210 ip,irp. "c"s nn.uii nwini jm riwr i nsmiv, v. ihumji. ,i imuv'JirB-inu.jiiis, vi,
11, m-iW .mnnniin. ..,,,.. ..,., J.,.! -P"rts the steam, r Nnoiti n ntn? ' B. A dints nnd wife. M. VWor.'lS di
Volcano n.i. . Vt.1 r4 ' .. ,VJ""""""' to tipr i.t the wind vanl parts almg allva nnj Milo, II. SjM.iyiiclil. T. Ho
- k """ u '" iuiui l-nraue unance Kmi-tl Iippiiiso nt llin nntllinr Ttirf P. niliintrrmcn f. Fll-nsll SI1rf.
v- r t r.i
IN FOREIGN PORTA
Saturday. February 12.
Ilktne. Makauell, from Knhiilut,
I.EITH Ballcil Feb. 10:
Fr. lik. Jean Ilabtlcte for Honolulu.
BAN rilANCISCO-fialled Feb. 12:
8. S. Alamcr.a noon, for Honolulu,
SAN FUANCISCO-Arrlvcd Feb. 12:
U. S. A T. UiMti hence Feb. 4.
bt,YMlIA Snltcd Teb. 12:
Schr. M D. llfiir, for Honolulu
Friday February II.
3AN I HA.NCiSCO Silled Ftib
I S" Sm Wllhelnilna for lluir ulii.
SAN" FIlANC,SCO Salhd Feb. 11:
8. S Arlronnn. f jr Senttlo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrive! Ttb.
YOXOHAMA-Vrrlve. Feb U:
S. 8. Siberia, beneo Jsn 31.
8 8. Asia henco Fob. 5
W XT C OFlUHT tCKU 1
Vv',n..v , .,, h.. JT
.- ' - ,i. iwnu ,
scholnlo, the Intcr-lRlin 1 hteinier Ki
nm irrlicd In ftirt th'- mornlnir
ibrlnffln; mrpi ntxnrs an'i ciniril ri-t
K0 rr"n' KW P". iTn w x-
Iviiviii.i;i iJii -j mi nui ip 1IM1 ! TI'V
steamer Hnll mob illFrhirglng' fn-Wit
nt Koloi at the time ot tho departure
of the Klnnu.
ea ' H. Bcpso, Dr. A. M. Meado Rev. T.
II1LO SHIPPING, according; to a re- Ikoda. Miss II. S. Brown Mrs. A.JIor
port brought to tho port by Purser "cr, D. II. Mnconarhio, T. A. Burning
Phillips of the inter island stenmor ham Miss H. Broun J no. Hind and
Maum Kea. Included tho birk Annie wlfo. Geo. Milne. R. McWajno. J. F.
Johnson, taking on sugar and, expect-
ea to Bail on last rrldnr for San
Francisco. Tho bark Olvmnlc nnd
fchooner Aloha nro still discharging
ireignt at tho rallwoy wharr.
THE H1LO Herald says (hat neonlo
Mho engago passago on any vessel of one, J. Kennii, J. J. Page. Br. K. Ma
tho Mntson Company must now nnd .Elni, Dr. II. Currlo, F. r. BaldMln.
hereafter make n deposit ot ten dol- Per stmr. Kinau, from Kauai poilv.
lars In orJcr to ba sure of getting n J- Mdrso, J. Richardson, Mrs. J. W.
berth. lAscho. Miss O. Ruckstond, 'Mrs. F.
THE INTEK-ISLAND steamer KI.
nsu Is to go on (ho marlno railway for
o.cieanipg and repainting ns wion rs
tho shlpmopt of sugir brmmht from
Kauai ports has been dlechurgcd.
-,.. .... .. ".. ..
sin-, iiii.v iiiiui luiniit iv i t re
, Yu ,.,m """", . ,rc
to tho port this morning, bring-
.- tnrt ii ii(i.i .,i.n
l . I. ' . U.. ".o.".
i.igiu norinwou winds prevailed bn a """". "" " ('"" " "' ""
pottlon of tho Inward trip. item. Mlsa II. Ehman, Mrs. Grow,
a iMIss Graw, Mrs. GIUlo, Miss Gillie;
THE STEAMER Allkshaln, which Is .Mrs. S Hussy, Miss S. Wilson, Miss
duo from Maul and Moloknl ports to- m, unison, Mr. and Mrs. Carrnll,
morrow. Is bringing 3540 sack of sug- 'Cnns Ashwcll. M. Mackay, M. Li)-
.hM,nnnirt0 rCPrt roUsht by,Poncott, Miss Monroe Mr. and Mis.
tho Maunaloa. c
CANNON TALKS ON
Accuses Former President of Makincr
w,... .. 1H..L...1 -r i
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. Speaker
Cannon today officially ruled that
p,,i,i.i iinnci.v.if i.r.,1 .! ...ki.
President Roosevelt had acted with-
opt specific authority of law In ap-
pointing rqprcsontntives to the third
iiuvrimiiunai coniorcnco on maritime cialrmonto. M. Crouch, Walter Sran
war nt Brussels, bv sustaining a ton. Mrs. Stanton Itnan P. O'Dclt Sam
point of order made by Rcpresonta-
tlve Harrison for the continuance of
tho Borvlco ot theso representatives.
Accordingly tlio paragraph making
such nn appropriation was stricken
out when consideration of tho urg-
oncy deficiency appropriation Mil
was, resumed In tlio House.
..i... .. i t. 1..
Antt laAraSl .tun.
tion to n letter from tho secretary of
tho troaBury. requtstlng that goiern-
mint employes appointed tcmporarl-
i. nmi i.V ncJiv ir i, in.H
on1 the permanent roll uitdir the cU'lK
servlco law, Mr. Harrison again at-
tacked former PresMenf Roosevelt,
declaring that he had violated tho
spirit of tho clyil servlco law ICO
times, or flfteon 'more, times than
ues, pr flfteon 'more, times than
y of 'his prodeieisorsA V
1tn,,rnsn,,ttlv fllll.,1. nP ,.,.
Representative aillatt of Massn -
chusottB declared President Rooso-
volt had oxceptid a Binall number of
persons comparfd with President
"." . r-7:
t ARRIVED . VESSCLS TO ARRIVE I
i .- - ! V
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Saturday, rulmury 12,
I Snn FranclLCO clevciunj, n,-. S
1 S , 8 a. m.
I I Illlo and nay ports Manna lira
stmr , 7 a. m.
lIaMD.il potts I.lkcliKo, etnir.,, noon,
' I "
) Friday, Fcl)llarJ' 11.
Hawaii nn 1 Maul norts CHtidtno.
stmr. 5 p. in.
-- ; 1, 1
'W1?',''- nuni hot from .IiMrt p
""" """" '",r" 'iiren.nY'"!" '
Mls C RondUph, Mm it. "nl
Mire It. l.rimlnm, O It ck"j t
wife II W Dlikcy. Miss I, '.tcr!liic;i
K. Cirri ntiif mKo Mil's i. KlncM 1
Mlro T. AnJ-iEtn Mrs. V. A. Tollan
Thco. Wolfe and w'fM Miners Join
Bon (2) t. Ttn'joinnn an I i iio. J hi
comlnl nn I Mlfe r. I-. Wilk'ns 'Vllcv
. T. T. IlijtlH- nnd f.lfo Mk W. II
Klco. .VrM. J. 3. :i!Ilfr "n.l rm Ml '
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S ,VLaJi" A ,': "IrJ?,?, V,' n.ll
j. u i..i.iuv -n' jun v.jii t7
nml Wlfi, W lllurA a-id wiro P- fcil!
merandMlfo flics KiTchsr ,MI5 H'ti
rey It. 1). jVnJenroi. Jl. 13. liryant nn I
wc it. s.cr: I. -. rmmii-e Mrs. j.
v" -i,- own uii'niu wmui, , tv;
Eaton, V. W. Thrum Teirtlnarl ml
wife L. R. Aluuy, J. Lennox, Mrs. v
, Husbands, A. B. Hallo A. Saloni. Mrs
Smith, Mrs. l.lilngston arid child, J.
". woou nnu wire, ai. urocnuaugn, v.
F. Clomons, A. I.oulrson Miss A.
Morso, A, C. Dov;sett J. II. Uonoll and
.uriiie. miss nigsari. iv. a. aparKB, iv.
iV. Wescott, J. S. Walker V. L. Rorc'c,
D. B. Murdoch. Miss Yatoi. Miss Kolll-
I Gay, Miss A. Cociko. Mrs. C. M. Coiiho,
C. W. Spitz, K. J. Reehan, W. Tither,
H. Rickctt, Ed fcrnandez, C. H. Rico,
.I :,... ...... f
I j PASSENGERS BOOKED
! Ter O. S 8. Alameda, for San
Krnnclsco, Teb. 23. Mr. and Mm.
. Ti' , .,., .,, M, r
A, S. Manning, Mr; and Mrs. C. ,1.
Tl.1.,l Hf n.. ll.a 1.1 Xf Tlnf.
munds, Mr. and Jlrs. V. Graco, Vm.
Per M. N. S. S. Ltirllno for Ban
rrarcleco. Fob, 15,
V. L. Tennoy. J
i.Annn nm . i . n.ian n. k mo
iMIob CI n Wl..na 1a M Clili.lnv'
Miss E. C. Wlnne, Mrs. M. Shipley;
Mlsa s- - Shipley. Miss May J. Allen.
,rB- " i'. Allen, Mrs. M. E Smith.
"e U. Probast, C, V. Daniel, D, I..
WUnlnRton u a, iIcpblQr, Albert J.
A-rin m n wiiiinm m,0 wim.m.
p. M." Brandt. Mrs. Austin, Capt. E,
Doherty, Dick Colnell.'J, W. Woods,
Mrs. Woods, Miss H. B. Trethcrwnv.
' Ver Btmr- ,Ma""a Kroa ?r "Uo
Por'. Ieb- "T""""!'
W; n,0rrnco 188, Mrs. Fogg. y. O.
"" w- u' "" ,Mni'lIen' ' l '
"wn " M'"?,"' ul
''" Jv" H?1" AW' C Bte,trt'
J. D. Stnrrott, C. Armstrong, Mlsi
"7' '- Center., Miss X:. II
Christiansen. Miss Innes Mr. nnd
"r!'oune'TW' OMcPherwn, Mrs.
ilcPhenon. Jnmes llariey Mrs. liar-
"Y. Miss Hanoy, N. S. Macklc, L.
- Cadwalder. T. Cadwaldor.
,. V01", r81"' Kila"' J Pl pOI,t,8
Lob' ,15'Mr?',, "' D- shn"1' " W'
" "'f ' children Miss Shonyl... O.
a' 1,c.ox' ," ,HC0X-,
..Tor stmr. Maunalin. for Kona and
lor r. "i.m ,. ,ur ,
Ka" l,or,ts' l . ' 1";M'11W,nrtUT
I l'or Btmr- W. G. Hall, for Kn
' Vr B""r' V "' """ ,ur "uual
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 856
Bulletin Lditonal Room itxm 1B&
Merchant t. Q
SUncay, February 13,
San Francisco Sheridan, U. S, A. T.
Mnut and Molokal ports Mlknlulu,
ICaunl ports Kinau, stmr.
Saturday, February 14,
Son Francisco Manchuria P.
S. S. "
Tuesday, ,Februray 15.
Scattlo and Tacoma Alaskan, A-H.
8. S. ' ' "
Wednesday, February 18.
Sm Franclico Wllbclmlna, M.
Knual psrtv-W. G. Hall Btmr.
Thurcdiy, February 17.
Haul ant lluwa'l poits Clmllns,
San Franc! co Noivlan, A.-Il. fi. K
Tnday, rebruary 13.
San n-nncisco Aiamodj, O. 8 8.
lluugkong cnl Japp portb Mon
golia, 1VM S. S.
Saturday, February 10.
HIJo am way torts ..liiin i
,M.mI ,cr.d .ilojokjj its Mll's'aa! i,
rtmr. ' '
Kauai portc Kinri, iinjr
Tuss'a'ay, Fcbnur J2.
" Sad FffcieTM.!) Chlyu iiui ii. T. K.
IC S. B.
1 VVednecda'y, Febrdsry 23.
Knual ports W. (J. Hail, slmr.
Thursday .February 24.
JIaul and Hawaii ports Clcudlne,
Valparnlso and South American
ports Hongkong Maru, Jap. stmr.
Friday, February 25.
Hongkong and Japan porta Tcnyo
Mnru, T. K. K.".S. S!
Saturday, February 26.
Hllo and way porta Mnuna Kea,
Sunday, February 27.
San Francisco and Seattle Hllon
Ian, M. N. S. S.
Scattlo and Tncamn Arlzapan, A.
H. 8 S. '
VESSELS TO DEPART
Saturday, February 12.
Kahulul Lurllno, M, N. 8. S.
8unday, February 13.
Monday, Feb-uary 14.
Manila ila Guam Sheridan, U. S.
Japan porta and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, February 15.
Ban Tranclsco Lurllno, M. ti, S. S.
5 p. m. - i
ljjio and way ports Mnuni Ken,
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr, 5 p. m.
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
ttmr., 5 p. m,
Thursday, February 17.
Kauai 'ports W. O. Hall, Btmr.
Friday, February 18.
San Francisco Mongolia, P, M. S. S.
Konn nnd ICau ports Manna Lot,
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., S p. m.
Monday, February 21.
Ban rrancitco Novndan, A.-H. 8. S.
Tuesday, rebruary 22.
Hllo and way porta Mauna Ken,
Kauai portb Kinau, otmr., C p. m.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahoja,
stmr., 5 p. in.
Hongkong via Japan portB Chlyo
Maru, T.'K. K.,8. 8.
Wednesday, February 23.'
Ban FrancltccAlaniedn, O. S. S.
Thursday, February 2J.
Hongkong vli Japan jirts Hong
Kong Mm n, Jap. stmr.
Friday, February 25.
Ban Francisco Wllholiuliia, M,
1 8. 8. . -
San Tranclrco Tenj o Mnru
K. S. S.
At first slio touches up Uor hair
To see If It'B In ylaco,
And thun with manner debonnnlr
Sliu touches up her face.
A touch to curls bohlnd her ear,
A touch to silken collar,
And then she's oft to hubby, dear
To touch him for n dollar. I
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