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Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Ft!gular,-5 p. m.
i Perfection Fourth Deorco
and Fifth Degree.
Pacific Third Degree.
All visiting insintjOH ot the
Order ciru cordlnllr Imltcd to
attend mooting of local lodge
Meet on Uie
2nd nnd 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P M.
'MAHINt tnSIKtfchT other Asso-
a. .... I.nl.insl A'V.UUS
r BENEFICIAL 'AJWIATIOB. ciations cor-
jf dially invited.
? JIASHONY LODQB, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
. Meets every Monday oenlng at
.7:30 In I, O. O. T Hall, Fort Street.
E H. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. K. MCCOY. Nolle Grand.
All vhiltlng brothers cry corctally
iOAHH LODGE, No. 1. X. d
loots every first and thlri Frl-'if'
day v-!ng nt 7:30 in K. of P. Halt,
comer Tort and Beretanla. VltltlM
brothers eo-rtlally Invited to attend,
WM JONES, O. 0.
0. P. HKINB, IC. It. S.
HONOLULU 'tODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
. .Honolulu Lodes No. 01G, H. P. O.
Lefts, .meets In their Jiall, on King
Ffri. sw - ..wo...a Cvtrln- sunn .
DKVCW nvflr ruri, BfCl fiixuj ..-
Ing. Vlsttlng Protherj are cordially
? K. A DOUTHITT. E. K-
1 . If. C. EASTON. Bec'r.
, hawaiianthibe; No. i. i. o. b. k.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
Bitys ot each month r Knights of
L Fyihlas Hall. Visiting brothors cor-
Hlall Invited to attend.
p. muui.va, eacnem.
M. T. TODD, C. of It,
HONOLULU aSRIE 140, P. 0. E.
t v Meets on ths :ud and 4th WHD-
NESDAT evenings ot each month at
7:30 o"closk in E. of PNJIall. corner
, Seretanla and Fort streets.
Vliltlsi Eagles aro Invltcil to at
W. It. niLKY, Vf. P.
AWll. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLTy I0DQE No.8,K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd ml 4 th Saturday
Livening at 7:S0 o'clock I" K- of v.
(Ha!l, or. Fort and Beretala. Visit-
U log brothers cordially Invited" 0 Bt-
K. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
B. A. JACOUSOM, IC. R. S.
TSY A FEW DAYS AT
THERE'S A REASON
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY O00DS AND TAILORING.
Evorythinp absolutely new and
fresh from the Ooaxt.
WAYZ2LEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
WING WO TAI SCO.
1 81 Nunanu St. Phone '260.
.-CALENDARS and LEATHER
AND FLOWER SEEDS
f.lok 1T1th. 'i.nraitvp.
fYonnt: Bldjr. Tel, 339
fhite River Flour
PC. J. DAY and, LEVIS & CO, J, '
.aULLEriN ADS CAY -an
WE HAVE W1TIJ US
AT THE YOUNG.
fi'onday, February 14.
Mlaa 1 I tufiKnhn XAl Ynrlf Mis
II KnlRht. Phtf.vleliihln: Miss L. D. .
Wild Np Yoik; Jllss 6. 1). Waters! '
Now York; Xrs. J II, .Neville, Ncuer,
cole)., .ins h.n stiong nciucr. Col.;
It I. Coo'xe l'uitlnnd, Ore., W. A.
Smith, Pnillaiid Ore.: Mr,, and Mrs
C II Crrssttle, Chicago; T 8 Bug
hie, Tok,i; Mrs. 0 T Coolc. Kansas
CIt ; Mm W Kmiff TeNns; Mrs. J
Jojso, Texas, C K Stone, St. Paul;
(I It. I)als Washington I) C.j Mr.
mill Mrs V. K. Wlllnnl, Rochester. N.
Y Mr nnd "Mis. II Dnmlnlck, New
Vmk, J Joti An lover MnsM.; M,
Cuirler, .'.nlour. Mays.; Mr nnd
Mra (1 Sin- mill Nc York, Mr. and
Mn.. 12 I' t'olo New Vork, Mm It
W renn 1 hub Hiacli Cal Miss 11
I' Whcchr lAWfi Beach. Cal.; Mrs.
('. Smith nnd toil, Seattle Wnh.; E.
A Hin eh. Detroit. Mich.. I A. Hiirch,
Dei .ti t. Mich . Mnrj I: lltireh, I-os
Mr howls llnmsay.
I Poitmi, Mass.. Loter Hastings, Bos-
HVI Mil? .1111 l US.UV1II-P, I.UII .All"
gnlci. Ca' KatLcrlno M Yules, Chi'
AT THE HAVAIIAN.
Monday, February 14.
I Cartv.al.idor. Philadelphia, Pa ; T
Cadwalader rhllndelphls, Pa. W S.
MsrM:.- Philadelphia. Pa.. Miss 0 A.
Yoint; WlwsuW Win Mr C A
RnJ Chlcac,' MIm M need, Chica
go. Mm R. B Smith. Porthnd, Ore.;
H T Hudson. Portland Ore . .1. C.
Hu-bvc" IVaver Colo C H Water-
?a Sjn li.- Cal I. I. Sexton,
;M it M N - in los Ancile Cal:
"1 i5 C .S Waul. Demor,
Halclnn U tlio piaco for a rest. It
has surroimdlngg that suggest rctt
nnd tho finest golf links In tho Ter
ritory forc thoso who are .athletically
ThiJ luncheons nt tho Palm Cafo, on
Hotel street near Union, are Indulged
In by ladles nho And chopping In the
morning more advantageous than In
It will na'to your mouth water Just
to taste the delicious Heinz Apple Nut
ter. New shipment Just in nnd packed
In the new stjlo crocks. Ask your
grocer for It.
Ueady-to-wiar apparel will ho sac
llflced at Sarhs Dry Ocods Co. all this
week. Such ) cluiiice to buy will bo a
long tlnio cunilng again Seo Sachn'
Tho toilet articles sold by Benson,
Smith & Co . Ltd., are not exclusively
far ladles. Gentlemen will And many
things for their ute and tho quality
will bo found correct.
A new fh lpm out of mouldings,
prints and casts Is now renly at Our
ley's for thu Inspection of locrB of
things beautiful. Visit (lurre)'e on
Tort street near Hotel.
Tho meats at the Motiox!ltan Mar-'
kct hnvo the quality flavor though
nothing extra Is charged for this feat
ure. All of tho things sold thcro are
lof the somo good onler.
A. completer riirnirncii iioubo ror
rent J11 Alexander street. Large yard
WIH, trl,ca' md flowers. Also flo-room
cottage In Tr. "-" 'r"- . - ""'
tlculars In Bishop y? "' ' "' nn.
tarnlval and masquer.10
paper confetti at A. B. Arle.f Jf
Illg stook. but vtho dcmandil .'w60
also Call early and make youAJPU
chnsea. Hotel street, opposite UniCu-
Tho finest and most olaborato stoolf
ot masquerade and carnival costumes
oer brought to this cltv will ho on
rout nl Hnnnilau News Co. These cos
tumes will ar-lvo In tho S. 8 Wl
holmlna. Kehv 10. Call early aid make.
" ir ,
5000 Yards Exquisite New EmbroMerie
at 25 per cent. Reduction for One Week
Our Great February Embroidery Sale starts MONDAY
1 MORNING with handsomer goods and better .valnej than
in any previous sale. The matcjnals'are fine, the 'patterns
new nhd beautiful, all "carefulljr worked ,and- perfect "in
every detail. Prettier embroideries you can not find any
where, even if you pay double "the prioe. Come and 'lee
' the great window display look at the 'itylea 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.
Vocals gen .bl'HK"0rte
One cent a word will carry vonr
message to the people of Hawaii in
the classified columns of the Bul
letin. A thirty cent investment
will place ytur want or with befdrt
almost thirty thousand people.
New vetting nt Whitney ' Marsh's.
Telephone S03 to have? Laundry
called for nnd delivered quick,
r. J,' J. Carey, the dentist, has
opened. o0cus nt Room 307, lloston
Our specialty Is cleaning nnd block-
M e'1' straw nnd Panama hats,
pert Hat 'Cleaners, 1121 Fort SI,
If you want a good Job dona on an
auto ort,carriagB take It to Hawaiian
PnrH.liri Mfff Pn i9? Ona.n at
Thlrtjvnlno of the officers nnd crow'nnnd8' wl" hao occasion for some
of tho Cleveland boarded n King street
car in one bunch last Saturday nftcrt
Julge Andrade handed a drnnk
nnmed t.nrsen ten dajs'free board
and lodging Ihls'mornlng. Larson will
uo at home at Aseh s for tho term.
Mich Column, JuBt another plain
Ikjoiu fighter, faced Judge Andrado
this morning nhd was ordered to 'pay
four plunks or go up for a' few dajs
to the place where boozo bothers not.
After having had vibration, mai
sage and leg-pulling palmed off, on
vou for Oiteonathy, don't you think
it. would be wise to consult a regular
Osteopathic physician Dr. Steen,
graduate Kirksville. 1190 Alakea St.
Solomon Kunn Is one ot the shock
ing examples that tho prohibition
bunch hold up to the public gaze. Sol
omon gol his swipes somewhere jes
lerday nnd today was sent over to the
drunk's resntt far ten days.
Three of tho round the-world Cleve
land tourists aro reported to havo
mlsrcd connecting with their steamer
when sho palled out lust night. They
will go on la tho Mnnchurla and catch
their party nt Yokohama. ,
John Hula, n Hawaiian, wub trun to
his name, If tho pollco report Is cor
rect. John gavo an exhibition of the
ancient dunce, that landed him In the
ponce station Inst night. Four dollars
had Hula to dig uo this morning or
else take a rest at Asch's hotel.
Tho smoker of the local Lincoln
Club was ono of the enjoyable affairs
of last Saturday evening. Tho club
has Bomo fifty members and besides
theso there were proscnt Mayor Fern,
u. u Aicuanaicss, J. u. Lane. Charles
Chllltngwarth. A. D. Castro and J. A.
Athcrton Nearly nil of tho above
named addreshed pleasing remarks to
70UCS COPlt TOTTIIM
No less than sixty cases faced
Judge Andrado on his return- this
morning from a few. days-sick leave.
Most of the offenses were against
the gambling law,4, and McDuffle an-t
staff spent most of their morning l'i
The Walmnlu bunch, who were
caught last week, were In court, out
tho case had not come on up till
noontime, when court adjourned till
two o'clock, ' .
Ahnna and Ab Hee. who nr
charged with loving well, but nut
wisely, were committed to the Cir
cuit Court for trial. '
Yamasakl, thd Japaneso wumia
who was caught red-handed1 Billing
booze at Walpahu, on Februurv it.
had tho caBe against her nol-prossed,
as she had already been heavily
fined for a similar offense.
It. L. Otvons, a.-Fort Buger saldler,
who was accused of having stokn
$8.75 from a notorious house at Iwl
lei, was allowed to depart o Judge
Andrade, but told to appear In court
on Saturday next, when tho dccjslon
win ne given, uivens torn a sinticni
slory In court, and it wonyl appear
that the charge Is a trumped-up one
to get oven with the soldier for some
reason or other.
"Jack No. 1" Is well known r; the
pollco station, and this mvnlng
when he appeared before Judge An
drado he was sentenced to ninety
days' Jalli Jack balls from njl.
un1 vestns to have become very ro'lt
of HquM refreshment since hU leav
ing caunlbal land. There Is prohi
bition, aS far aa natives so, In that
part of the world
HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, FED.
Uxm.vX'VJ'Irrk vvI CL
HaedM rfett. eIwm
Jn. H. Uti.
William Barker, n wenltln inin-
ufacturer 'and business man of Port
land, Ore., and ' Mrs. Barker, who
are spending a tew weeks In the Is-
OnCQ With lnrirf end farnHmiR nrnn.li
.i.iiv iu uvuie iu recall ineir exoeri- i
eating sharks off Honolulu harbor.
The Barkers ore at present guests
H i.- ... . . ..
ui .no muaiia noiei. oniuroay mey
formed a party, and under the guld-
ance of "Jack" Younc nnd Chief
mate uwoia Stevens, left in tne
. j " . . . ..
launch P. D. Q. for" the feeding Bosdrlh, Miss H. Brandos, T. S. Bag
grounds of tho sharks. Dee- B- H'irch, Miss E Burch; Miss O.
Towing a full-grown nnd recently-
.i .-.,-. ......
r.mHnL. VZh c,on"u""u, a9 a
tempting carcharodon tlt-blt, as
bait, tho party left the harbor on
aaiuroay uttemoon. In company
with the Barkers was Lieutenant
Blrchfield of the Mnrlnpn Thv lav
outside fho harbor for several hours
before. they secured a rise.
....... . ...d ..vu UUU u..o.,... M18g uann Mi Hougins, ii. F. Hudson,
aim of Jack Young of tho Young y. B. Hugbcy. Mrs: W. E.' Hughey, J.
Brothers. After a battle of a half 0, Hummel, Miss Ada Drake Jeffries.
hour or more, the big fish .was fl- John JoyceMrs, John Joyce, Mrs. W.
nally subdued, only after he had'Knl'l and Infant, W, A, Lclth, Mrs.
thrashed tho water Into a foam and D,J.i"?b.a,r'V MrBA Pf?"?, !,ono-
towed the launch far to sea. "" X"l ,eJ 0"e- ? ;, "SJ r.
n.i . n "a .i.i . Qeo- " McMurray, Mrs. Geo. N. Mc-
Barker soon followed with a n.rn.- m m...m.,i, i.j u..
smaller, shark, which nearly sue- Neuburger, Mrs. J. B. Neville, iMIss
ceeded In spilling him Into the soa.'MlhcrVa Njmnn, C. L. Peters, Mrs. C.
The visitor had a spirited engago- L. Peters, Mrs. L. P. Rsmsey. Mrs.'E.
men t, with the flsh before he was
Ironed and' added to the catch.
To Lieutenant Blrchfield fell a 12-
foot shark, which was Ironed onl,
after all hands had participated In
the free-for-all encounter.
Mr. Barker, nothing daunted by
his first experience, tackled tho Winn, Mrs.Mtatherlne M. Yates. Lay
game again and landed another ocr at Honolulu: J. H. Adams, Mrs.
shark of Iarge slie. J- " Adams, Sidney T. Clark, Jr.. Mrs.
From the flsH secured by Young,
rn,.ri.,- V ...... ... .. ..
fourteen rows or tecch were taken.
The party fdund themselves off
Pearl Harbor at the close of the
day rf sport. It was nearly 9 o clock
mat levenmr .uerore tne parly re-
turned .to Honolulu harbor.
Another patjtV K been arranged
r this afternoon. . t
Chief McDuTie and bis officers made
an auto trlp'tq Kahuku jesterdAy, aud"Carllse. Mrs J. 0. Carlisle, Dr. Philip
there ran n gamo of fan tan to earth. B, Evans. Jr.. Mrs. Philip 8. Evans and
The game was In full blast whon the
detectives dropped In to say good
Tho trip out was mado I ngood tlmoFtod k. oilman. Herbort B. Law.'MIss
and after tho machine had been 16ft Sarah Peters, Dr. Wl B. Seymour. Mrs.
In a quiet spot, tho officers hid In a W. 8. Seymour. Master Warner 8ej--yard
for some tlmo till tho coast was 'mour, J, R. Wo6d,kLeo Ching Yen,
clear and the game getting Interest-! Mrs. Leo Chlng-Yen., For Hongkong!
ing. A line ot lanterns was laid along Miss Mary M. Balrd. Mrs. 0. A. Blach
the only 'path the jtottco officers could ley, N. A. Clark, Wallace Bradford,
take to tho hoube and tho watchman 'Mra, ti. 9. T..Burkwall and Infant,
was very keen about watching' thctn.j Miss Margaret Burkwull, Miss 'Edna
8hould ono of 'the lights be put out It Burkwall, Master 'Morris Burkwall,
meant that there was danger. I Master Hermann Burkwall, Miss M.
However, the lantern dlfuculty was'uartor. Miss Ethel Chrlstcnson, John
gotten over by the detectives, and a'Closson, Mrs. John Closson, E. B.
combined rush made for the house. Cook, Mrs. E. B. Cook. Wlllard D.
Twenty-nine Celestials were gathered JPralg Carlos Cuyugan, H.i J. Davls.'Dr,
In and they all put up ball of $10 each ,K-f Deneknmp. Robert Dollar. Mrs.
Thtt SABA atS-Aina ttihm In tU DnllnA Trtltm TVlltfio Ulaa I 17 t.lxtAUw
. ,hou oBuiitab 4iu lit s,nU 1 uiit.y..if'1'vn ' 1 aon v, bnaiuit
Court this morning was sent over UlUChefttor O. Fuson, Mra, Chokter 0.
February 19.. Ijorrln Andrews an -
pcarcd for tho' bunch,, and on his bus-
gestton the matter went over,
- i j. .nt. ii..i.....-i a
WATERFRONT NOTES I
UPON THE-Alakea strct wharf will
uo iiitiitti(i-u uiu iwt'iiijr-uiri'e huh-
OriSnt0 broff "hSS hheTaMne'
urlent brought hero by the Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia, duo to arrlye"0n
Thursday. Tho vessel, will leave, but
a few passengers and according to a
cable received at the agency of II.
bo discharged tho twenty-three hull-
uuuuieu wm,jiuy cauin passengers.
A large percentage
of those are
. Tim iMTrnintiMn , v)ULS- N.? Mrs. Qi R, Slocumr C. W.
THE INTER-ISLAND stoamcrr No-'in.itM 'm r w iin,ii.. r..
CPU arrived from Kilaueat with ono .aerv0oft, H, S. Woodward, , Mrs.' U.S.
cabin, and three deck passengers, nor .Woodward ' ,
carffofliclmled 2520 sacks sugar .30 1 ' rer ,tn w;ai ,vj , N j(
sacks rice. J-saoks awa and sundries. Virihjaj-Mrs. De iW. Mrs Do
Fins woather was encotmterod al- BroUevll'i u. Jennings. iKri. Scbit.
though It wa rather rough at Kllauea Mr( Cnauan 'J K, 00 w X. Kin:
on last Friday. . iney, Chas. Akt."Mlsses Akt (2), E. Cou-
Irodo, 8. Thomas Hee Iat
THESTEAMEH W. a Hall has ar-. Per stmr.-JilllJahala. fiun MoloKul
rived from a special trip from Kauai IMA Maul 1K)rU Kebi ,ij.e Pj loW
ports with 3500 sacks of sugar. 03 ,u Hemmlngs, Mrs. W. Kaabanul, C.
haieB hides' and 19 packages sundries. IjiCooke, Mrs. J, Waterhouse, Miss A.
Eighteen passengers arrived by tho Alexander, Miss Mary Kaoo, K. Ta
essel. . ,hiro, .
m m.,r, , . , . . ... Por stmr- wu, f rom Kll'Mt-, FoS
WITH THR lnter.llanrt RTcamor MI-li . n..i ' ' -v ,
kahaln; from'-Maul and Molokal oortB.iin 1' -
thero arrive!!' 10 cabin passengers. Tho
cargo Included' sundries' and a ship
ment 01 in caives.
THREE THOUSAND five- hundred
sacks of sugar arrived at tho part from
Kauai ports by tho Into) Island stearo -
or Keauhou. Tho vcsBel met with
luuHii weaiiiui. 1
a 0111. ii.r. . in imriy-iivu iiuuu ui
THE STEAMER Nooau Is scheduled
to sale for windward Kauai ports at S
P'clock tomorrow afternoon.
A SHIPMENT of thirty-five head of
raw artWr to the
IN' FOFIEIftN PORT
Monday, February 14,
SAN FHANC1SCO Arrived Feb. If:
Bktne. S. 0. Wilder, tiom Mahu
9AN1 FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 13:
8. S. Enterprise, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 13:
U. S.'S. naheston, henoi Feb 4.
tJ.'U. 8. Uenver. hence l'e. i.
U, S. tugboat Iroquois henco Feb I.
t, 1'acjnq Fleet, hence Feb. 8.
' Per.p- M-.?-.s- Manchuria, from San
i.,""., ."":"' ur.",0""V
iiBo- ncicii Auunirunx. v. u. uaui'
wi tT. v n tiii,ii Mn.i. .,
Baldwin,' "Malter Edward Baldwin,
Mrs. F.' F''llaldwln irifant nnrt mniiia.
.. .;.. .- i.: -". "" "-
r. wt names, Mrs(F. w. names, n,
?rKai.X.-Ta: Mrs. u. . uaru,
Jrs. t.- . Varroii and inrani. u. k.
Chapln, His. C. E. Chapln. E. T. Cole,
uf. , xf t r.i n . v r-v -.'
Geo.' T. Cook. Maurice J. Curraii.-Mlsn'
Margaret Curran, Mrs. Josophlne Corn
well, C. II. Crosetto, Mrs. C. II. Cros
solto. O. It. Dals. II, Dow. Dr. C. P.
Dnrncy, Mrs. D. D. Egnn, A. C. Risen,
lTA CxtFMn,n0-Jfn Mr?' S'
Itlckerson, J. 8. Blley, Mrs. J. 8. Rll-
Iey. W - Scarles. Mrs. W. L .Searles,
'- '' 5eMin'eCnBch?,ley;.Mr!; '
g"&?", Bi-SS' "olh
Mra M. gmlM, Master W. Smith, Mrs!
ti Btronc. Lj II. TomVlna. Mrs. L ll.
Tomklns C. H. Waterman. Miss E. C.
'?; i. u:?r?"- - J wepew. miss
" inigni, miss I, uewisonn, i,
vvno n eh..n m.. n
,h. ' .: ,l,i i.. t ,,'.. .X
WaM M,a uabelle' Waters, Miss E.'
p. Wheeler. B. Domlnlck. Br., Mrs. Bi
Dom nick. Br.. Mervvn Maelll. MIbs h.
O. Maglll, Mrs. C. A. Heed. Miss Mary
Heed. Mrs? E. W. Ttnkbam, Miss Mlr-
t,am E- Tlnkham, Mrs. Sarah M. Utt,
Mrs. Emma r. Way. Miss W. 01 Webb,
Miss Orace A. Young. For Yokohama:
D. K. Edwards, Mrs. D. K. Edwards,
Major H. L. Hawthorn. U. 8. AH Mrs.
H. L. Hawthorn. K. Kajlura. B. Kasal.
(E. F. O'Neill. For Kobe: F. J. Brown
ing. Mrs. F. J. Browning, J. 'J. Curry,
Miss II. A. Haenlg. C. A. Potter. Mrs.
7 (C. A Potter, n. Snml, Ernest H. Wil
lard. Mrs. 'Ernest" n. Wlllard. For
'Shanghai: Mies' M. E Bender. J. 0.
Infant. Miss M, L. Evans, Master P. S.
, Evans, Master Ji L. Evans. Rev. A. A.
(Oilman, Mrs. A. A. Oilman, Master
FUson o, 'W. Galbrcath Mrs. Gl W.
Oalbreath, Mlsa'M". Oalbroath. Mind,
;L. M. Oompertz, Mr8, Johbg Georco.
rv.i t n itAh.nm.1 vri t r ti-
Wl W t ItUI UUI lit i'I Dt ill 1, I Ut
liord. Paymnstor Jno. K. Hatch. U. 8.
,.' Mrs. J, P. Hatch. l"rank E. Har-
mnr. llussoll u. mil wm. T. Hilles.
,ra ranpi ionoB Wnatpv Klnl va.
tantionhuer ' Unhurt m i iiuir Mr.
Sbw M Utwr J K. 1 1st Mrs J K
Lut Mis. r I utton John T Mnr
''', J" V V m 1Viw.11 mi- iT
5nM"Mi Wm Mitchell anil In'
nMMS' M.'tcheU "lu s m.
Mrs F. O. Roliertn. Mt Mnrlhilllnh
ors, E. Runge. Charles V. Schwoiker,
S Mrs. Chin SI. Camdr.Oeo. R. Blocum!
oa BAIT . .
$1800 lirgeHouM and 'Lot. about
:75s7C,'in Webb i Lane, near
King- and Liliha Sbeetjj.
' Jsugain. .. jj
.000 ffloroom Hooaf-afcd1 small
1 Jot on' Buckle 1 Lane, , near
V-DfW. .UJ TTIaJ .i-.i.
Mm iuijuu cccia.
bewer connection. very
balance $10 per month; no
' ' P. B. B, 8TRAU0H
"Walty Bnildinir. 74 S. King St.
i 1 tia i ui f.
r" -PASSENGERS BOOKED I j ARRIVED, J .
Per P. M, 8. S. Manchuria, for Ja
pan ports and Hongkong, Feb. 14.-
J. Brcdell, Mrs. J. Biedcll, D. Carlton,
W. C Majer, Mrs. W. C. Mayer. Mrs".
J. K. Ohl. MIbs J. Ohl. Wm. Platte,
Mrs. Wm. Platte, Geo. Sago.
Per O. 8. S. Alameda, for San
TranclBCo, Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
A. 87 Manning, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Hubbard, Mr. and 'Mrs. E. M. Bar
tero, Miss B. Ehman, Mrs. Grow,
Miss Graw, Mrs. Gillie, MIm Gillie,
Mrs. 8. Bussy, Miss 8. Wilson, Miss
M. Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Carrall,
Chas. Ashwell, M. Mackay, M. Llp
pencott, Miss Monroe, Mr. and Mrs.
P. W. Carey, Chas. Sttutt,' O. E. Ed
munds, Mr. and Mrs. F. Grace, Wm.
Per M. N. 8. B. Lurllno. for San
Francisco, Feb. 15. V. L. Tenney, J.
Beone, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Miss M. Ellis,
Miss H. C. "WlnneMrs. U. Shlploy.
Miss 8. O. Shipley. Miss 'May J. Alien,
Mrs. B. V. Allen. Mrs. M. B. Bmlth.
Geo. B. Probast, C. V. DanlolrD. L.
Wlthlngton. E. O. Hepblor, Albert J.
Atrial, E. B. Williams, Mrs. Williams,
F. 'M. 'Brandt, Mrs. Austin, Capt, E,
Clalrmonte, ' M. Crouch. Walter Stan
ton, "Mrs. Btanton, Ross P. O'Dell. Sam
Dohorty, Dick Colnell, J. W. Woods,
Ifrs. Woods, Mies II. B. Trctherwnv,
.Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo
and way porta, Feb. IC. Miss liar-
tote. tlva m 1irh II.. I.ib. Y.r n
.w, IIUI.V. .Vfibi 4UIB. rURl Vf. KM.
Hal), W. Green,' Mrs. Madden, H,
Mtddandh, Mrs. Mlddandh, Mrs. MuP
ler, R. W. Bradley, W. K. 8tewart,
J. D. Starrett, C. Armstrong. Miss
Bradley, Miss N. Center, Mies C. II.
Christiansen, Miss Innes, Mr. and
Mrs. Young, W. G. McPherson, Mrs7
McPhorson.vJamefl Harvey, Mrs. Har
vey, Miss Harvey, N. 8. Mackle, L.
Cadwalder, T. Cadwalder.
Per stmr.-, Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Feb. 15. Mrs. II. D. WIshard, Mrs. W.
Hi Rico, 2 children, MUs Bherwln, O.
8. Wilcox, UrB. Wilcox. '
Por stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona an 1
Kail ports, Feb. 18. M. Wadman..
Per stmr. W. Q. Hall, for Kauai
ports. R. 8. Morris. I
HAV1NO REMAINED BtMhn nnrtl
sinco early Sunday mornrag.ttho Unit-
ed states Army transport Sheridan
was dispatched for Manila, via Guam,
at 11 o'clock this morning. Tho trans
port took on about six hundred tons
of coal while she remained here. Tho
ve'seel camo down from San Frariclsci'
In the regulation transport lime, Bomo
oau weatner was met with for tho
orst two days out from Ban Fran
Cisco. At, tho' serving of one or twd
meals ., less than a dozen nassenKers
were present in the dining saloon As
ins transport steamed down towards
thd Hawaiian Islands 'sunny skies.
light winds and smooth seas prevailed,
Tho Sheridan Is conveying tho head
quarters, band and enlisted men of
the Nineteenth Infantry as well as
Companies A and C of tho Second Cav
alry. Major Arthur Johnson Is thb
ranking ofneer on board. A mainland
mall arrived by the vessel.
TAKING A SHIPMENT of sugar
amounting to flvelhousand tons and
destined for the" Atlantic seaboard, the
American ship Ersklne M. Phelps',
which arrived hero "on December 29.
has palled. The vessel got away for
New York via tho Horn on Saturday
morning. Captain Graham socured a
crew at tho irt, the main' part bolng
made up of llawallans. i
NINETEEN DAYS was consumed
In the passage from Mahukona to Ban
Francisco made by the American bark
8. O. Wilder. This vessel has Just, ar
rived at the California port with 'a
full shipment of sugar from the is
lands. The Wilder arrived at Hono
lulu wlth-merchandise and afterward
proceeded to Mahukona to load sugar
or tne mainland. ,
PURSER PHILLIPS of the steamor
Mauana Kea arriving from Hllo- and
jvay ports reports the following sugar
nnoinuH Biiiiiiiieiii-un nawau: uiaa
1C600, Walakea 5300, Hawaii 'Mill
4700, 'Onotnea 11,000, Honomu 8800
Hakalatl 2000, i-iupahoehoo 2000, Ku
kaiau 270, Hamakua 4000, Paauhau
TUB 'FOLLOWING sugar is ronors-
vu an uwaiiiNB snipmeni on Kauai:
K. S, M., 1100 bags; M. 8. Co., 1300
K. 8. Co.. COO;. Mak . 7755; O, &'R..
1320; V, K.. 000; McB.. 21,328; K. K.
B . 100,' K. P., 1440; L. P.J4499; O. M
12,108; O, F 6240.
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' 'WITH "IE' ARRIVAL 'of ihrfOco-.fhe"'0a',un?I1 the rou,nd;
ante Steamer Alameda, on-Wednosday;i,tne.wofrm 1 Into tho i pilot
win come iweniy-iwo Bait i.aKe cms
nu uro on a vacation trip. ' ine ao(o
gatlon will be the guests of tho local
lodge. The visiting Elks will partici
pate In tho Carnival. ,-
THE ARRIVAL ot ''the An.rW.n
barkontlno Makaweli. from k-"ni,ilii.
Im rnnnriml trm Ui.lrll.A. . . n..'
.. .....v.u ..u. .Uv-o un-iasi oav
unlay. The vessel ''sailed from1 HOno
lulu6n January Is after'havlng dis
charged a shipment of lumber brought
uuvvu iruui mo coast.
THn',01WTODT8TATES armv trans.
port'Ixigan, which sailed from Hono'
lulu ' fdr Barf Frhnfcfscd 'oiii February
4,'l,reported'to have' reached the CaJJ
iiuriiia coast port on Saturday morn
AT NOON on Saturday tho Oceania
steamer Alameda 'sailed from San
Francisco for Honolulu. Tho vnmini
Is due to arrive hero early on Friday
THE BAIUNO 'of the French hark
Jn&n Ttuntletn frnm T allh l .Annn4
..,.. ,H.V ..w... ju., ,a iiwiiuui
uy mo lato cauies.1' Tho vessel Is
nilnivlnfv vamaI a V...W.-..i...t.
w.ibi.iij biiviui urt.u iur xtuuuiuiii.
Sunday.. February 13.
fMolokal nnd,M-au'I ports Mlkahala,
stmr., a. m,
Kauai ports Keauhou, stmr., a. m.
Kuual ports W O, Hall, stmr, a. m.
Knual porls Nocsu; stmr, a. m.
San PrnnclBco-i-Sherldan, U. d. A.
T., a. m. '
Monday, February 14.
8an Francisco Manchuria, P, M. 8.
S., a. m. a, ,
jt ai; 4
T . DEPARTED f
Sundaji February 13.
Japan ports ahd-Chlna, on cruise
Cleveland, I1A. 8. 8 , 5 'p- m'.'
Monday, February 14.
Manila via Guam Sheridan. U, 8.
Ai-T.-, 11-a. in,
'VESSELS TO' ARRIVE
Tuesday, Februray 15.
Seattle and'Tacoma Alaskan, A.-1I.
8. 8. V -i If, ,vtl
Wednesday, February 18.
San JTanclsco Wllhelmina,,M. N.
8. B. l '
Kauai ports W. d.' Halt. stmr.
VE38ELS TO DEPART
'Mondiy, February M4. '
Japan' ports and Hongkong Maa
churla, P?JL" 8. B 1J y. m,
Tuesday' Fsbna'ry IS.
8an FTanclscc ;Lurllhe, M. N. 8. B.
6 p. m. .--1
Hllo and way .ports Mauna Kea,
Kauai iorta-"Klnatr; tim?5'pjin.
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 5 p. m.'
Unfdrd: aVrlVed at San Francisco from
"Honolulu Oct: 1G.
Dtx, from Honolulu for Manna; arrived
Logan, from Honolulu for San rran
Cisco, Feb. 4. , '
Thomas., nrrled Manila from Hono
lulu. Feb. 3. '
Sheridan, salbd from Hondulii,' Feb-
li. - -
i ? ns ,sfco; jiit
I IT1 1 Ht '
I Kirk B.'!Pottorhas'''boen nanied by
PresldontMptt Smith, 'of tho Board ot
Hoalth tdisorvoiaa Seeretxrv nf. iv,.
IBoard of Health, (n'placo of Mr. Char
llock, who has been as!lirnpH in ,i..n
bV"..8"...10 ?Jj. lrM n tho
stltuted 'with' the'furtds supplied by
the Shipper's 'Wharf Committee
a Porter 'is well' known 'In 'Honolulu
having boen'connectcd with' tho Henry
Waterhouse Trustj Company and being
an experienced man In other lines of
business. . "
NOElr LEFT DEMM '
. .The InevlthblQ , belate'd passenger
figured conspleuouslyln the dnir.
ture ot the Hamburg-American lluor
Cleveland at' Alakea street wharf ou
' In this particular Instance, the ex
citement wpa caused, by two women,
whojhad been Indulging In annuto
tour ot the city, and who, througli
the breaking down of the machine.
were prevented -In arriving ot the
wharf before 5 o'clock, the hour t
wr. the-saillns'ot the Cleveland.
I Just as the wharf ganawav wnj
hauled away from the Bhlp and her
lines cast off.Uwo portly nnd'much-)y-exclted
women hustled up tbo
stairway and ran the length of the.
balcony onlyHo find 'that, they could
not gain ' admission to the German
liner. They shouted, scolded, waiv
ed, burst lntojtears, and'' almost ar
rived at the vergo of bjTBterlcs before
' """.. -""; ""j uouruou iub.
Cleveland by the after ladder as the
veBsewas swldglng'atound propar
atTry to entering the channel for tho
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'"( PURSER JAMESllOGAN of tho Kl-'
n'au reports tho f6lloWlng sugar await
ing shipment on Kauai; 8. K. 200, 'M.
A. K."630S, KlK. B. 200, V. K. tOO, Mo
B.'ll 793", W. 1800, K.,t3. Co.J10,323, M.
B.'co. li.soo; k: p. o4o. p. boo, h, m.
10.9387 Q. fi F. '1(915. " "
i mi i
,TJIE'"SAIL'IN& of tho'Matton Nav
Igatlon Blcamei1" Enterprise frbm Ban '
TranClsco 'for Hllo Is reported yester
day, 'r -
pomo ologanf linos In now whlto
dross goods will be pjaccd on display
at Jordan's, noxf week.
There Id a remedy for everything
except some of the remedies.
I iiu n iy mat opens moro
iirnIIAiVA 41rtnft aII mII.- !.
nvu.uv.na u.iuf aii uiuers comoinod.