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BVBNINO BDtXETW, HONOLtJl.,0. T. It., TUESDAY, FED. 1C, 1910.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
( ' Hinular, 5 p. m.
t Pcrfectlcn Fourth Deores
and Fifth Degree.
" Pacific Third Decree.
All visiting members of tna
Order ara cordially InvJUtl to
nltcnd meollngs of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd ami 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MAHIHk tKblHttfty other Asso-
KttiP piiAiiippnitl 4'wuyt.ij vt.
BENEFICIAL ASSUIATIOH. ciations cor-
FHARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
'.,7:30 lu I. O. O. T. Ilnll, Fort Street.
1-3. II. HENDRY. Srcrctnry.
H. E. MCCOY, Noblu Orand. ,
All visiting brothers very cordially
'0AHU LOPQE, Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evciicc nt 7:30 lu IC. of I'. Hall,
corner Kort nnd Bcrotanla. Visiting
brothers cordlnlly Invited to attend.
TO. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. G1C, II. I. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
. Etrcct, near Fort, every Friday even.
Itig. Visiting Brothers' are cordially
Invited to attend.
13. A DOUTHITT, E. It.
H. O. EASTON, Scc'y.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE; No. 1. 1. 6. R. M.
Meets overy first nnd third Thurs-
, flays of each month at Knights of
Jyi'ylhlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
uSUiny inviieu to aiienu.
P. HIGGINS, Bachcni.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
"Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
"'XJESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
'Bcrotnnln and Fort Btreot3.
Visiting Eaclcs are Invited to at
w. r. riley, w. p.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY X0DGE No.8,K.ofP.
, Meets every 2nd ai;U 4th Saturday
-evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall. cor. Fort nnd neretaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
i 11. A. JACOIISON, K. R. S.
TRY A FEW DAYS AT
TIIEItE'S A ItEASON
WAH CHONG CO.
DRT GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh tzovx tho Coast.
WAVEULEY BLK. - HOTEL BT.
.WING wo m & CO.
1941 Nuunnu St.
V CALENDARS and LEATHER
W ' ANIl fiowf.h ST!F,nS
s-Yoimk Bldg. Tel. 339.
Whitc River Flour
C. J. DAY and LEWIS S- CO,
itHEf niJL'LEriN AD4 PY -jfi9
WE HAVE WITHUS
AT THE YOUNG.
Tuesday, February 15.
,11. I). Slogult. Pain; Mrs. 1. Morrl
ron, Soat'.lo; Mrs. Frml Baxter, Seat
tle; Mrs, (1. 011)1), Olowalu; J. F. Kl.
diilT, Mitlln Mont ; T. M. Meade, Shel
by. Mont. ' '
Monday, February 14.
Mls) I. l.ewitohli. New York: Miss
11, Knight. I'liUl(iiihln; Miss I.. I).
Wald, J'ov York; 'Mlrs O. U. Waters',
New York; Mrs. Jill. Nh'vllle',"Ncnver,
Coin.; .Mrs. H. N. Stibng, Denver, Cob;
IW I'. Cooke Portland, Ore; W. A.
Smith, Portland, Ore.; Mr. nnd Mrs.
C, II. Crnmntltj. Chicago; T. 8. Hug-
lici, Toxuur Mrs. O. T. Cook, Kansas
City; ,Mr). V. Knorf. Texas; Mrs. J.
Joyse, T6m: C. 15. Stone, St. Paul;
O. II. Havis. Washington. D. 0.; Mr.
nnd Mrs. I; 11. Wlllard, Rochester. N.
Y.; Mr. iui.1 Sirs. 11. Domlnlck, New
Yoik; J. Joyce. Andoyer, Mass.; M.
f ....,. .1 tl .4 rt i'.i H Mniln,. Mr nt.rl
IU.1..1V., ...twv.w, .....Do., ..... ..tu
!Mrs. O. Sherman, Now York; Mr. nnd
Mrs. 13. I. Cole Now fork; Mrs. K.
V. Depew, Long Beach, Cat.; Miss E.
I'. Wheeler Lon;? Uonch, Cnl.; Mrs.
O. Fmttll on-l foil, Suiltlo Wnsh.; K.
A. Utiicli. Detroit, Mich.; I. A. ntirch,
Dctiolt Mich : Mary 1-2. Ilurcti, Loft
Augelcs. Cal.; Mrs. Lewis .Ramsay,
Boston, Mass.; I.esler llasflng'a, Hos
ton. Mass.; Ada II. Jcfferlos. I-os Ah
gelea, Cal.; Kutherlno M. Yates, Chi
cago. AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, February 15.
Mrs. Sidney t. Clirk. Dlnahnmtnn,
N. Y.: Sidney T. Clark. Jr.. Ring-
hnmpton, N. Y.:, Mrs. I). Meione. San
Francisco; Mls3 Mclonc, San Fran
(Monday, Ttbruary 14.
I Cndwnlader. Phlladelrhla. Pa.; T.
Cadwnlader Philadelphia, Pa.; W, S.
Macklo, Philadelphia. Pn.: .Miss (I. A.
Young, Wilwaukoe, Wis.; Mrs. C. A.
Hud, Chicago; Mlra M. It cod. Chica
go.; .Mrs. It. K. Smith, Portland, Ore.;
II. T. Hudson, Portland, uro.; J. u.
Hurnwell. Denver. CMo.; C. II. Water
man, Sdn Joso, Cnl.; I I,. Sexton,
Miss M. Nymnn, Uis Angeles. Cal.;
Mr, nnd Mrs. C. S. Ward, Denver,
SHOPPING NEWS .
r'nll nt Cllv'e Tnpfnrv nnd oin thn
a,.1nn,lt,l lln,. nf llur) ' Pi-hnfTlinr A.
Marx clolhlng. New Asles now In.
When your next pay day comes
nround tnko ono dollar or mora to the
Dank of Hawaii, Ltd., nnd open u Sav
It Is hard to reallre bow nearly time,
and space have been annihilated but
tho wireless proves It Is so. A 'mes
sage to your friends at ne will bo de
livered to them without delay.
Tlift Awl ftiir Id thn hnsf flvivpen
cigar on the niarkot. It Ib Impossible'
lo uianuiuciure a u-jiiur tiB4 iu '
for that money. AiO: your dealer for
an Owl cigar nnd enjoy a good smoke.
Accident liiBiiranco Is a necessity'
nowadays. You want tho best. Tho
Standard Accident Insurance. Com
pany hns just UsUed tho most liberal
policy over written uy a repumme
company. Hawaiian Trust Company,
EXPOSURE TO COLD
nnd wot Is the first stepxto Pneumo
nia. Tako Perry Davis" Painkiller nnd
tho danger 13 averted. TJnequalod for
colds, tore throat, qulncy. 25c, 36c and
m mt m
PARKER In Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1910,
to Mr. and Mrs. Clement Parkor, a
5000 Yards Exquisite New Embroideries
at 25 per cent. Reductidn for One Week
' Our Great February Embroidery Sale starts MONDAY
MORNING with handsomer goods, and. better values than
, in any previous sale. The materials are fine, the patterns
. ' new and beautiful, all carefully worked; and perfect in .
every detail. Prettier embroider jes you can not, find any
where, eYen M ypu pay double the price. Come and see
the trrctt window display look at the sityfea -look.at tile
materials look at the workmanship, and look at, the
prices. Then 5PU will appreciate how unusual are these
offerings. - i , . . .
hk On sale Monday, February. 14. "TfT
Fort St., opposite
LOCAL AND GENERAL
' One cent a wonLwill .carry yout
message to the people of Hawaii in
the classified columns of the Bul
letin'. A thirty cent investment
will place your want or wish" before
almost thirty thousand people.
Telephone 503 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick,
Dr. J. J. Carey, the dentist, has
opened otnc.es nt Room 307, Uoston
Mrs. Frank Andrade goes for n
visit to her sister on the Coast. She
will leavo by the Mongolia.
1 If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. CO., 427 Queen St '
At the Promotion Committee
rooms Is a sweet potato on exhibi
tion. It Is 35 1-4 Inches in circum
ference. Autotsts who took trips to dif
ferent points on the Island last Sun
day report tho roads to be In fairly
There ' will be n meotlng of the
Honolulu Symphony Orchestra this
evening nt S o'clock In tho Kllohnna
rt League rooms,
ltumnno O HI cor Miss Davison his
an ofllco In tho Associated Charities
omco ami will he, there cacti day'
from 11 to 12 o'clock.
Visit Jack Itobeita at the Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
co'trtpont treatment there.
Ouy Rothwcll, a Honolulu boy, Is
doing some, fast swimming In tho
States, nlnl lie won a couple of cham
pionships at Portland lately.
Mrs. lllckerton Is reported, to bo
doing nlcoly after a successful op
eration for appendicitis at the
Queen's Hospital yesterday.
Mrs. Mortimer Smith arrived on
tho Manchuria and will' .visit here!
for somo time. Mrs. Smith Is prom
inent In social circles on tho Coast.
There may be some "big" league ball
games this coming Benson but as the
principal team the Diamond Heads
ore practically but of the game, the
prospects do not Becm too -bright.
.mi-h. ii. u. incucrton or Portland,
Ore., Is n member of the Clark tour
ist party, en route around the world.
Mrs. lllckerton formerly lived In Ho
nolulu. 13. R. Wlllnrd and a K. Cbap'ln,
accompanied by their wives, are
guests nt the Young. Doth gentle
men are connected with the newspa
per business In the I3t.
Charles Furneaux, United States
commissioner , at Itllo, cumc to town
on the Mauna Kea for the coming
celebrations. This Is Mr. Furneaux's
first visit to Honolulu In eight
Consul Liang presentee', tils cup to
the Chinese Students Alliance at the
conclusion of the baseball game on
Sunday. The C. A. Cs. were defeated
by two Rami's out of three, and the
trophy went to tho Alliance nine. .
The large lot on Ucretanla avenue
Just 'cast at Alapal street is being
cleared of all trees nnd buildings. It'
Is expected that the Rapid 'Transit
coiriphny will build, large, sheds
thereon. i 'v
The tennis mntcii between Ewa and
1 aim ku will be played next Sunday
nt HalciWa and already a big crowd of
plantation, men have made arrange
ments to make tho trip down to, the
uoaimruunoiei ana watcn tne match.
After. flavin, had vibration, mas
sage and Ul-pullinc. palmed off on'
yon for Osteoaathy.-.dtm't, jou think
it would be wise, to 'consult a renilar
Osteopathic physician! Dr. Bteen,
graduate Xirksville. 1160 Alakea St.
There will be an annual meeting
of tho Civic Federation hld tomor
row afternoon at the T.-M. C. A.
social hall. Officers for the ensuing
year will be elected, and other busi
ness brought forward, especially that
looking to the better dramatic' prop
osition voiced some days ago.
The. Moana baseball team has been
started nnd a fine banquet sent, the
nine oft With a bang. The election of
omcers resu ted ns follows: w. Kl
mura, manager; Louis 'Sam,, secretary
and treasuror; Manual Dorses, caP'
tain; Knut. Peterson, assistant cap
tain, inq emu win arrange a series
of matches and'they will all be played
at Kapioiam rsrio i , .
When yon want to be
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
lu. H. Love.
NEWS woo brought by tho steam
er Moana, at Victoria, II, C, of a
possible Bolutlon of the .mystery1 of
the disappearance of the lultlsh
bark Sllborhorn when on n voyage
from Newcastle to Iquldue In 1007.
The finding of a life buoy malkcJ
"Bllberhorn, Liverpool," by the fet
tlefs on Pltcalrn Island the latter
part of November, substantiates the
conjectures 'that , the , vessel was"
wrecked in jhe South Pacific. The
life buoy was picked tin on the beach
at Bounty llay, Pltcalrn Islandfy No
other wreckage was found. The'811-
berhoru left Newcastle on June 12,
1907, with a cargo of coal from
Iqulque, and never' .reached port.
AUSTRALIAN advices report the
sale of the Ilrltlsh ship Loch Ryan
to the Ilrltlsh Government as a
training ship for boys. During the
last year or so three other Loch ships
have been sold. In Melbourne. The
Ijoch Lomond was bought by tho
Union Steamship Company to be used
as a training ship for cadets and
was tost with all hands while on a
voyage from Newcastle to Welling
ton with a cargo of coal. The other
vessels to change hands were the
Loch Ness and the Loch Tny, both
of which are ending, their days as
coal htilks in Adelaide.
TIIK FAMOUS old aniline nil In
Shenandoah, which 'until recently
was tho largest wooden craft under
United States registry, Is to be con
verted Into a baree. Durlmr tho
Spanish-American War the Shenan
doah made- the passage from Liver
pool to the Virginia Capes In eight
een days, a performance unequnled
up to thut time by any sailing ves
sel. She was built at Hath, Me.,
twonty years ago. At present sho
Is at San Francisco, loading a cargo
for New York. Bhe registers 3407
BTEKL RAILS for Hawaii and a
large 'general assortment of freight
for Honolulu Is. destined to arrlvo at
the Islands by the American-Hawaiian
freighter Alaskan. This vessel bring)
cargo from .Now York via Sallna.Crux,
also supplies from. San Francisco, and
Seattle.' The Alaskan Is expected here
today and Included In the freight list
Is a conslgttinent'bf ten thousand cases
of kerosene oil. The Alaskan will go
to the railway wharf to discharge and
then .commence jo, take on a shipment
of sugar for the mainland.
tub mivii tito iwmi. f. .
pany with h. United States cmt.er.
Denver and Galveston, made the trip
up to San Francisco and Maro Island
In. a little leswthan ten days. Tho tug
convoyed) by (hf.cpilscrs 'sailed from
Honolulu on leuruary i. The Iroquois
villi undergo extensive repairs before
returning to this station.
CAPTAIN CAIIMIN'R nf th dnrn.
lct destroyor Seneca ronorts that the
wreckage reported by the steamship I . "Alameda, Fob. 14,.1?10, 8,p. in.
Kaiahdln, viz., "two spars prpject-l "All well, 1248 miles from Honolulu.
Ing eighteen feet out of water and 1.000 .tons cargo, 86 cabin, six steer-;
apparently attached to a sunken vcs-vaie- .124. Backr mall and Wells Fargo
sel off Chlncoteague Inlet," has bcen'exI,re8S .
destroyed. , I
tur lununi r.ti kw 4riii Ann.
n,n.'. frMi,i.. ,i.nn.n f,m q.iib.
Crus and San Francisco. Is reported 'T l"Be calendar this morning' when
to have arrived at Seattle yesterday 1no,ook MKai on t.ho bo"'h nt 'n0
en route to Honolulu. This vessel is P"ce court' Most, ,?f lne C8C8'
bringing a laige and varied' cargo of hwvler. wf0 gambling offenses,
merchandise and supplies' for tho Is- and "!ey wer Bent ovor ' Febru
lands. ' .ar- !
M The billiard parlor bunch of al-
THE AMEUICAN-IUWAIIAN liner iTl,WnTn "l? 7 "V
Nevadan. .from Ssn Francjsco direct J"?1 ," I";t!iSlre0t1W?ro d,e
with a general cargo,, Is due. to, arrlvo ?"?. ' 1 Andrews but as he
on Thursday morning. The vessel is "' e,d f"r a ""-'"uance, the matter
to be dispatched for the California port , ' h .i . a
on February 21, according to tho pros-' The cho-fa crowd also were not
ent calculations of her agents. ' y to go on with their case, and
ai 'l wos B9t for' Thursday next.
FIVE THOUSAND sack's of ICauai ' , O"10. who Is alleged to havo sold
sugar orrlved at tho port this morn- ll(luor nttor hours, nnd whose case
lng by tho Intcr-island liner .Ukellko. baa been fully reported boforo, had
Tho vessel brought one passonger, another continuance noted by Judgo
Ooorgo R. EwartB. Tho Llkellke met .Andrnde, who hns talken the case
with flno weather on tho homeward under advisement.
IT IS POSSIDLE hat a wireless was fo"nl, 8"IU; of U,8,,S .
apparatus onn cold storage .plant will "frr,co Ploiw to two natlvo
bo found Installed, upon the recently f ' "' WM ""tenced to six months
purchased Matson Navigation freight- ,u h, ., ., . ,
er Hyadeg by tho tlmo of tho vessel's ,. -'Khtecn Chinese who, In open de
next arrival. ' nance of Sheriff Jarrett s orders, are
M said to hnyo run a theater wldo open
THE PANAMA MARUi tho fourth on " Sunday, were charged with vto
6f a lino of steamers to run.between latlnB Act IB, '05, which reXera to
Osaka and I'uget Sound ports In
copnectlon with the Chicago, Mil- Benl over ll Tnursaay next, when
waukee and St. Paul Railway, was ty0 bunch will have to explain mat
launched at.foklo on January 16. ii0Ta'
BIDS FOR the construction of a.
large transatlantic liner have been
asked by 'tho Anchor line. The ves- There has been some plllkla at
sel, vVlll "be ,place'd 1'n the, paisenger the Hawaiian Garage owing to Man
nrid freight lBervlca' between Glasgow eer Wells nring a couple of men on
and the' United' States. Soturday last. Yesterday three, more
M mechanics, quit work owing to. an
, THE INTEIVI8LAND , steamer Hel-. SXVW frow th CoaBt being retained
eno has been placod on' tho borth to by the management.
sail for the ports of faauhau, Kiikalau, Wells has cabled! to the Coast' tor
Ookala and Laupahoehoe; The vessel mora skilled mechanics, and at pros
Is Bchedulod to sail at noon tomorrow. cnt w doing his best to keep up with
THE AMF.RICAN-HAWAHAN liner .th frCe. " "a., ,
Novadnn, scheduled to sail for San ' , .' .'.
Francisco direct ou Februaryi2t. has ;; G,e?rf01 ,Cook,: manager of the
nrcl rl9a nf,nnr imMimmLl.tlnn MOlOknl Ranch. Will lOaVO for tllO .Is-
for twelve persons
SURE to hart your
4f A V il
THE 8TKAMKH Cascade, which re
cently passed Into the hands of the
llntcr-lsland Steam Navigation Com
pany is still undergoing alterations nt
tho Union Iron Works .nt San F.rrin
Cisco according to Manager Kennedy
of. tho local steamship company. The
Cascade Is expected will bo ready for
her voyage to the Hawaiian Islands
within a few days. Tho vcsrcl was
formerly the prppprty, of tho Charles
K. j.cCormlck Company. Thd Cascado
,has been operating Sir ttio coastwise
lumber trade since the year 1904. at
which time she was launched at Fair
haven. Washington. The Cascado will
go Into service Immediately upon ar
rival at Honolulu nnd will be iitcd In
tho movement of sugar.
TUB H1LONIAN. a. MaUon Navlgn-
Hon liner Is reiortod to hnvo sailed
from Seattle for Honolulu yesterday.
This will Inaugurate tho Initial voyago
on .(tho triangular run assigned .the
Hllonlan. Wnen 'tho llllonlan snllnd
from Ban Francisco there was a shlp-j
meiii ui Huoui nvo nunureu inns or
general cargo Intended for tno Islands.
Thn llllnnlnn 1 in nnornln nn (ha Uan
... ,,...... ,. .,,v u..., .
i luiaisw, or-.uiiu nun iiuiiuiuill mil
111 conjunction with tho Hyadcs.
CAPTAIN bEMPWOLF, maBter of
the German liner Cinvclnnd Is alleged
by, San Francisco ncwspaers to have
given away h handsome sllvor urn
which had been presented to him as
a.,mark of esteem from ,1110 Clark tour
ists. An urn similar In oycry respect
Id the bno given tho German sklppor
was found In the personal effects of
hrio of "the wealthy passengers on the
Cloveland, which gavo rise to tho as
FORTY CADIN and 69 deck passen
gers arrl veil, from Kona and Kau ports
this morning by the Inter-Island liner
Mnuna Loa. Tho vessel met with light
winds and smooth seas along the Knit
coast. Included In tho freight .list
was 05 sacks coffee, 33 sacks nwa. 70
sacks taro, C8 bundles sisal, 10 bar
rels oruiged, 33 bunches bananas, 132
pieces of koa wood 17 ,tons scrap Iron
and 172 packages sundries. Tho Mau
na Loa will be dispatched for the wind
ward ports of Hawaii on Friday noon.
THE PACIFIC FLEET, which sailed
out of Honolulu on February s, has or-
rlvn.l nf flnn TTrnnnfflnn Minllni. tsi
lato cables, tho time up to tho' coast ,
i being a trIBo over six days.. Admiral
fSebree wilt haul down, his nag .from
the California nn Saturday, at which
time ho retires .from tho scrvico.
PUUSkR friele of the Intorlsland
portB W following sugar .IwaJtlng
uhlpmcnt: Kbkulhaele lBOu sacks;
Pnauhau, 1300 sacks; 'Paaullo, 1600
sacks, and Kukalali, 10S0 Backs.
Tho following wireless has been re
ceived by the agents from tho S. H.
JTUlilUE UUUKT NOXS.
I Judge Andrade faced another fair
I Klmona. n vnitnir lrnwnllnn whn
oaooatb laws. The cases wore ,jul
,aml " tho steamer Mlknhala, sailing
this evening. '
I BhlWlW I
Monday, February 14.
Kahulul Ltirllno, M. N, 8. 8., p. n.
VE83EL8 TO ARRIVE
Tuesday, Februray 15.
Seattle nnd Tacoma Alaskan, A-H.
Wednesday, February 16.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
Knual portj-V. O.'Hall. stmr.
A Judgment for 1750.25 and costs
of tho court proceedings was ren
dered in Judgo Robinson's depart
ment of tho Circuit Court this morn
ing .against th.o i;nlolo Land and Jm-'
prbvement Company. In a damage
suit brought liy Loy Knlinu, In which
it was alleged that the plaintiff's
property was destroyed by the
breaking of n dam maintained in the
old crater above Palolo Valley by
the defendant company nnd Frank.
It was claimed during the trial or
tho case, that tho dam was Insuffi
cient to stand the ordinary strain of
a heavy rain and that It was a con-1
stant' menace to tho people of Palolo
.Several, other damage suits ,nro
pending against tho Palolo Land and
Improvement. Company jqn the same
grounds advanced In the suit that
resulted in the I7B0.25 Judgment
BUT MARKET QUIET
One hundred and sovehty-flvo
thousand two hundred and fifty dol
lars' were paid out In dividends this
morning to tho holders of stocks 'list;
ed on tho Stock Exchange. Rut
neither this nor the advance of
sugar yesterday was sufficient7 to
promote trading to any great extent.
Hlds for ,Ewa and Oahu, the two
barometers of the market, dropped
off considerably. Honokna also
shaded down; Mcllrydo fell off an
eighth nnd Pnla dropped.
Olaa nnd the Ilrewery were tho
only ones to ndvnnce. Hawaiian
Commercial held Its own, and the
total amount of trading on tho Uoard
was hardly worth mentioning.. '
Walalua hiiB weakened to 120.00'
bid and 128, but tho stock Is not
coming out, nnd this Isithe case' with
most nil of the stocks 'on which the
bidding hns fallen off,
Manager Frank Baldwin is in
town, and announced that lie has
changed his estimate for this year's
crop of Hawaiian Commercial. Ho
thinks that fifty-two or fltty-threo
thousand tons will bo tho outturn
this season. Mr. Baldwin has no
uso for the sixty thousand-ton pre
dictions of tho street, as he believes
his plantation to be In the fifty
thousand-ton class, and the amount
more or' less will vary with the
weather,, tho sugar In tho 'juice, or
somo temporary Influence i
There was a well attended mooting
of tho Outrigger Club, at the Conimer-'
clal club rooms at noon today and the
election of officers took place. Tho
lolowng wero elected: Stanford B.
Polo, president; A. II. Ford, first vice,
president; P. L. Weaver, second vlc'
president; F, T. P. Wnterhouso, troasj
ureri Ralph Lyon, auditor: G..H. Tut-i
tlo, secretary; "Rusty" Brown, can-1:
The house committee- was also elect
ed, and tho following gcntlomen wero'.
thOBo voted Into ofllco; A. II. Ford,,
chairman; Allan Herbert, Ej Dckum,'
C. Hus(aco and D. Center. , "
,Tho , ruTes and by-lawB woroiread
and adopted, and a discussion .as to al
lowing somo of the Junior members to
take money from tourists whom, tbey
took put in the canoes, followed, Mr
McCandtess strongly objected to liny
bucIi proposal and said that if that
sort of thing was to' start tho club
might, Just as well disband as It, would;
soon develop into a money-making
concorn, . - , " '
THE HAWAIIAN DANlVwIll nla'y
Off tho Matson Navigation liner. Lur,'
nno. wnicn win sail inr. uan Francisco
at 5 o'clock this ovcnlng. Tho Lurllne
Is taking a full quota of cabin passen-'
gers, thero being Uilrty-thrce booked
for' passage this, morning. Tho Matson
liner has been given a largo general
cargo, of Hawaiian products. Included
In tho consignments of freight des
tined for tho mainland Is nbqiit ,GO(0
tons of sugar, 11,000 cases of pine
apples and a quantity of sundries,
When papa' wants to- got an extra
half-hour's sloop in the morning
Borne of the children are sure' to gtvo
n vnluntnrv Iniltntlnn nf nm nln,m'
Monday. February 14. '
MnhuNnn and jKawalliae Kllliau,
ttmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Fobruary IB.
Hlio and way irts Mauna Kea,
stmr., noon. ,. (
Honokaa and ilawaH'porta Iwalahl,
Tuesday. February., 15.
San Frariclsco-LurHho', M. N. S. S.
Kaua( porta Klnau, stmr, 5,p.ni.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahata,
ttmr., B p. hi.
PAS8BNQERS DEPARTED -I
Per stmr. 'Mnuna Ken. for Hllo
and way ports, Feb. IB. Miss Har
vey, Hornca Fogg, Mrs. Fogg, W.,0.
Hall. W, Green,, Mrs. Madden,., II.
MIddandh, Mrs. Mlddandh, Mrs. Mill
16r, R. W. Ilfadley, V. K.' Stewart,
J, D. Starrett, C, Armstrong, Miss
llradloy, Miss N( Center, Miss C. H.
Christiansen, Miss Innes, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Young, W. G. McPhorBon. Mrs.
McPhcrson, James iljaryeyalrs. Har
vey, Miss Harvey, N. 8. Macklc, L.
Cadwalder, T. Cadwaldcr.
Per stmr. tatina .Loa, from Kona
nnd Kau ports. Feb. 14. O. Edwards,
F,.,W. Caras. Mrs. Caras. Mrs.. Wil
liam's. T. it. Mead J, F. KoIduff,.TC.
ujwarus, tms. tuwarus.-u w. Moody,
Mrs F. Ilaxtcr, Mrs. P. Morrison, Miss
W.'ll. Olbson, O. J. Jones, O. Jones,
Miss. R. A. Jonos, R. F. Forrest. Carl
Smith. Mrs. W. W. ,'Chamberlnln, S.
Schuman, C. Bolte. J. A. Magulro. H.
ncrtclman, O. Aklna, O. F. Renton, T.
R. Robinson, F. A. Boanlman.-.Mrs. O.
Glbb,,Mlss'E. Qlbb, H. D. Sloggett.
IN rOREION PORT
Tuesday. February 15.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 14:
U. 8. S. Olaclcr. henco Feb. 7.
MOJI Balled Feb. B:
8. 8. Ilitshu Maru, ror Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ-r-Sallcd Feb. 10:
S. S. Hongkong Maru, for Honolulu.
MANZANILLO Arrived Feb. 13:
- S. 8. Manshu Maru. hence Jan. 28.
SEATTLE Arrived Feb. 14:
,, 8. 8. Arlxonan, frorii San Francisco.
SEATTLE Sailed Feb. 14:
a. 8. iinonlan, for Honolulu.
PA8SENOERS BOOKED I
P.r 6. 8 8. .Alameda.' for 'Sa,i
Francisco. .Feb'. 23. Mr.,. nnd Xt.
A,, 8. Planning, Mr., arid" Mrs. C. ,'P.
Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ,Ujr
iero, Mlsa D, Ehinah, .Mrs, .draw,
Miss Grnw.jMrs, qilleM'Mlu Qlllie,
Mrs. S,,Butsy. Miss S. Wilson, Miss
M. Ellison, Mr.. ,nnd . Mrs. Carrall.
ChaB. A8hw9ll,fI.Mackay, M. Llp-
ijencou,, juiss Mpnrce.Mr, and ,Mra.
lVf. Carey, Cbas. Strutt,, C.'E,.J3d
mueds, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. 6 race, Wm.
'Per M. N. 8. S. Liirlino '.tor San
Francisco. Feb. IS.-77V. U. Tennoy, J.
Deane, Mrs. C. E. Cox, Miss M. Ellis.
MIss.E. C. Wlnne. Mrs. M. Shipley,
Miss S. O. Shlpley,.MIss May J. Allen,
Mrs. D. V, Allen, Mrs. M. R 8mith,
Geo. n. Probast. C. V. Daniel. D. L.
Withlngton. B. G. Hepbler. Albort. J. .
Arrlal, B. II. WtllJamB, Mrs., Williams.
F. M. Brandt. Mrs. Austin, Capt. E.
Clalrmonte, M. Crouch, Walter Stan
ton, Mrs. Stantoiij Jloss P. O'Dell. Sam
Doherty, Dick Colnell, J. W.' Woods,
Mrs. Woods, Miss H. D. Trotherway.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa,, for Kona and
Kau ports, Feb. 18. M. Klrkwood,
Mrs. Klrkwood., W. T. Frost, J. A.
Magulro, M. Wadman, Mrs. L. L. La
Per stmr. Klnau, for Ka.ual ports,
Feb. IB. Mrs. II. D. Wlshard, Mrs. W.
II. Rlcot 2 children. Miss Sherwln, O.
S. Wilcox, Mrs. Wilcox.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports.
Fob. 22. .Mrs, Putman, D. P. R. Ison
berg, M. Fernandez, Sirs. Fernandez.
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, for aual ports.
Fob. 17. R. 8. Morris, D. D. Mur
dock. P.iir stmr. .Mlkahala, tor Maul nnd
Molokal ports, Feb. 15. Geo. P.
.IJor stmr. Mauna Loa,, for Kona and
Kail Ports, Feb. 18. M. 'Wadman.
, Por stmr. Claudlne, for Hawull and
Maul ports, Fob. 13. V. 8. Boeck.
THETIS SAILS ON
. (Continued from Pact 1)
plcloiis-packogoa or,ll,data which riiight
"accidentally" .bo.drppiiod .from tho
Pnolfln. fnll llnn 'k.rn.,n1ln . Lr..
-....-...., ....... ...uh,,,,u 11,11, Ulll-r-
wards be picked up by a wandoiliK
Japoncse fishing sampan. ,That opium
smuggling Ib being conducted In tho.
Islands to llmlte.i nvtnnt .ia .Unin.t
ns' certain. To tho medlunnhlpof tho
iiibn-puwuruu usning san.pana la ne.
slisned )ho vcauso of some of thj dopo
flndlngltB way Into tho country.
.TJio, scheme la, neither new nor nov
el, as It, has boon worked In thy Phil
ippine islands foryears unti: tho l:i-
Btllftr l?OVernnirtnt nanrn.l 'tit,. n....l,.n
of several, hlgh-nowercdiBos-c;uln:i tuna
nuitu 11U14 ui( .mo iBianus, nut uiwiiys
In.thti .track ,qf 'the. Hohskpng llnora
and trnlleil (Iia atnnmnra Inln T.,ntl .
bay and harbor.. Vast quantities of
opium wero, being dropped 'ovorbnnid
encasod In ordinary looking pr'cklnB
enscs or small kegs, which wo: 0. booh
afterward picked up by an "Innocent"
appearing nauvo in cnargo of a small
bauca or canoe, u
Tlln Thntiu tn fini.1 nmv ntDn H.ni,n -
call at Nacar Iisund,v where it has beon
uiivhuu uuu BiuubHiers nave ironi tlmo
to tlmo.mado a baso of oporatlons In
-At any rate tho Thetis. Is gone and
much mystery nnd secrecy Is main
tained concerning her destination.