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BVWnWO BPIJ.BTW. HONOLPUU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, mil, IB, 1D10
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M
Rigular, 5 p. m.
Perfection Fourth Decree
and Fifth Ccflree.
Pacific Third Deoree.
All visiting members of ttie
Onlor nro cordially Invited to
attend meeting") of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:C0 P. M:
MARINE ENGINEERS' otter Aiie
GENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciation cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:tl0 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noblo Orand.
All visiting brothers very corUlc'.iy
OAHH LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets etcry Drst and third Frt
dr y cteding nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Herotanla. Visiting
blethers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. IIFJNE, K. It. B.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, H. P. O.
Uiks. tneots In their hall, on Kins
Slrect, near Fort, every Friday even.
Ing. Visiting tlrothcrs are cordially
Itvlted to attund.
E. A. DOUTIIITT, E. K,
H. C. EA8T0N, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. l,. 0. bTm.
Meets every first and third Tnura
diys of each month at Knights of
Pi'thlas flail. viBiMnn. i,mih.,. ...
Tilly Invited to attend,
P. IHGaiNS, Bachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERD3 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NRSDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock mK. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaeies are Invited to at
tend. w. n. niLEY, w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and tth Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Boretnnia. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOU, C. C.
E. A. JAC0I130N. K. It. 8.
TRY A FEW DAYS AT
THERE'S A REASON
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coait.
WAVERLEY BIX - HOTEL ST.
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu St, Phone 2G8.
CALENDARS and LEATHER
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Yonne Bide. Tel. 339
White River flour
0. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO,
BULLETIN AD PAY
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNQ.
Wednesday, February 16.
Dr. mid .Mrs. A. Uchr, Pasadena, Cal.
Tuesday, February 15.
II D. Sloggttt, Pala: Mrs. P. Morri
son, Seattle, Mrs. Fred Uaxter, Seat
tle: Mrs. 0. (llbb. OiOwalu: J. F. K11-
duit. Malta, Mcnl.; T. M. Mcado, Bhol-'
Monday,. February 14.
MIm 1. Lewieohn, Now York; Miss
II. Knight, .'luladolphla; Miss L. D.
Wald, New ii.K. Mms 0. II. Waters,
New York, -Mr J. 11. Nctlllo, Ncnver,
Colo ; Mr. It. N. Strung, Denver, Col.j
It V. Cooke I'ortlanl, Ore., V. A.
Smith, l'o,tlaiul, Ore; Mr. and Mrs.
C. 11. Crus:.oile, Chicago; 'f. ti. Rug
lice, lexa , Mrs. 0. T, Cook, Kansas
City; Mrs. W Kuoff, Texas; Mrs. J.
Joyso, Tuxas, C. E. Stone, St. Paul;
0. 11. Davis, Washington, D C,i Mr.
mid Mrs. 12 11. Wlllard, Rochester, N.
Y.j Mr. and Mrs. . Domlntck, New
York; J. Jo)ci-, AuJoter, Mass.; M.
Uutrlcr, Andovor, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs Or Sherman Nuw orkr sir mH
Mrs. E. 1' Cole, Now York", Mrs. ct
W. Dvpcw, Long Iioiwb Cal,; MIsh E.
F Wheeler. Ivoua .njeh nni m
0. fnillll end .r I Kaillln U-i.h 1-
A. IJurch, Pjiroit, Mich.; i. A.,Mvch.
Detroit. ,uch.; Mury H, Dttrch Los
Angelc.., Cal. j Mrs, Lewis Ramsay,
l'oslo Masi,; Lester Hastings, Bos
trn,j,(5.; Adi B. Jctfurles,, Loa An
geles, Cal ; (Catherine M. Yates. Chi
AT THE HAWAIIAN,
Tuotday. February 15.
Mrs RfilliAV T r'trtrh- n....i .
N. YtSIdncy T. Clark. Jr., oBlng
hamntmuW. Y,; Mr. i.Wone. 8.in
rruncircu; .hiss. Melon o, Hon Fran
cisco. ..Klonday, February 14,
1. Cndwill,!. lil)n.tAihhU llii f
Cadwalartcr Philadelphia, Pa.'; W. s!
YounRiJWllWdiiVnb'nvis.; Mrs. U, A.
ItuJ, Chlca,Ko;,'MUB M. ttr!d. chlia-
f,0,;SVl& l;Wh- Por'land. Ore.;
H. T.ItiMjo)UlVrHand, Ore.; J. C.
HumwVfVD6ndrt Colo.; C. II. Water
man. R.-in .Tnvn Pnl 1. r. ci..
Miss M. Nymati; Id Angoles. Cal.;'
r. ana ur, u, p. wart, Denver,
You uiIsb inmo of tho sights of tho
city If ou Jors.'t to call on Charllo
of tho Orpliqum siloon, and haio a
look nt bis museum.
Now wlicold, now snrlnss. new fend
ers for your automobile at W. W.
Wright Co., Ltd., corner of King and
South Ktrcou, or your old ones re
paired by (killed artificers.
POTICE CJDRT NOTES
At tho RoKco Court this Morning
Judge Amlmdo faced tho shoitest cal
endar that has been on tap for a long
ttmc, and trio nlno cases which were
iiown for hoarlng wcro settled In hnrt
tnlor. Tucnty-flvo minutes cilice I
to finish all tho business, and a uoi
of no less than $83 'wis gathei-ed In
Iiy tho court. Th'oe dollars ind fifty-
tnn cents a inliuito is going tor.? and
at that rn(i) tho Police Court should
! a big dividend paying concp
A solitary drunx raid In ? nud tho
list of tho flneswuru mado up by milo
:id motor ryem siccd artists, h
cases nro clsewhcro reported. There
wcro no ganiulcrs down for trial and
that goes to show that Chief McDuffle
and his merry men liavo Instilled the
fear of tho law into tho hearts of tho
wooers of chance.
185 editorial rooms 256 busl
nest office. These are the teltphons
i,nihr nf th ftltllftln nfflcf.
5000 Yards Exquisite New Embroideries
at 25 per cent. Reduction for One Week
Our Great February Embroidery Sale starts MONDAY
MORNING with, handsomer goods and better values than
in any previous sale, The material are fine, the patterns
new and beautiful, all carefully worked and perfect In
every detail. Prettier embroideries yon can not 'find, any
where, even if you pay donble the price. Come and e
the RTeat window display loo; at the style's-plook at the
materials look at the workmanship, and look ,'at the
prices. Then you will appreciate how unusual are these
Oil sale Monday, February 14.
Fort St., opposite Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
One cent a wpyd will carry tout
meiiaM to the people of Hawaii in
the clusifled columns of the Bul
letin. A thirty x cent investment
will place your want or wish before
almost thirty thousand people.
, 7lephcqeA603 to have Laundry
coiled ror and delivered quick.
It you want a good Job dona oa an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 417 Queen St '
One of the best entertainments the
Knights Of Pythias haR rvrr urnnnil
will bo on Friday In celebration of
their forty-sixth. anulvorsary. '
WM JuU'itoborts ftl lit Knt10kx
. Sa'aoa-trhen yoM tfnnt liquid, J!rsu
.iicm. iuu will gt gtwdgoods and
courteous treitmenl 'there?
The second of- Miss Grnco Robert
son's informal talks en Japans All
will bo given tomorrow MtOiiHiim ftl
4 o'clock at the nldenV ot'fltivoruur
and Mrs. Frear. Thw Uis me given
under lh aujplceis of the Colltn Club
and all Interested aro Vtclfomc:
x.'l'S ,! b PrcSUent
Mott-Smllh tif lh6 Hoard of Health
rctrenclimunt Is the slog-m for that
wwy, and he has statej that no more
medicine will bo furnished r a
Board of Health to m COlmty Jail.
The heavy UHnds by sickness
throushBUt tho r'iynnd territory are
l Using uy the orproprlatlon for
that Wurg.' Mr ? ae for lndlgont Rink
ill be furnished as herfttlfurn.
United 'SIMM PlGtricl Altorney
Ureckon. 1m WrlU&n to th nnnrt.
Wflil c! Justice, nt Washington, In
regard to Anderson Grace, the negro
murderor of Watchman Mnhu nt
Waterlown. OrM would like Id
entor a plsa of DUllty lb a eliarco Of
murder In the secohd decrep And
take the pUntshrrfehl fit life imnris-
DhhicnW Hflll flrtckans has referred
IliB idttrflOrer's renuost to Wnshlnir-
ton. It Is for that reason that the
Indictment has been withheld by the
Federal Orand Jury,
COLUMBIA BOYS WILL
CAMP IN ARMORY
Mnlrit lllivnlrt ilridri. btinbi) ,1lrH(t.
tlort the Columbia I'arlt libys. of San
l-TanclBco lAe made a U'V.i or Aus
tralia, was given tho choiLc i-f two
propositions this morning. On; was
to hao tho boys tent out on t.io Buys'
Field, or camp In tho Territorial Shoot
ing Gallery on ,Mlllor jtreot. Major
Pclxoto chocu the litter, ,ai t was
nearer town for tho poys and In the
event of heavy rain falling, a.."n.ua:c
shelter would bo provided.
Col. Jones, of tho N. O,, II., ,ia put
this gallery at tho disposal of Major
Pclxoto, and' tho boyn will camp out
tomorrow after their release from
Quarantlno Island, where they havo
been encamped for tho past seventeen
days. The necessary furniture- and
camp utensils have been placed at
Mrs. Hendrlrk, president of the Col
lege Club, In response to a number of
letters, has opened a subscription dlst
to defray the expenses, of the hoys
while In this city. Already some $55
has been received for that purposo by
well-wishers or these American boys.
Several ladles of this city aro Inter
esting themselves and It Is hoped that
somo izso to 1300 win Do rortnoom
Ing to defray tho expenses ot theM
boys during tholr stay here. J
MI38 BIOQART LEAVES.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.),
WA1LUKU, Maul, Feb. 14. Miss
Aiaocno mggaii or now xorK, wno nas
been In Walluku during this week,
will return to Honolulu this evening
by tho steamer Mauna Kea, and. In
tends to leavo for tho coast soma time
In March. Miss SIggart spoke to ia
very largo audlencp at the Walluku
Union Church last Sunday ovenlng.
Sho has been at fao and Pttunene this
week getting material for her coming
book on Hawaii which will bo fully II j
lustrated with pictures representing
tho Industrial, scenic, and historical
facts relating to thoso Islands. ,
Now York and Berlin capitalists plan
a balloon trip across the Atlantic
ocean next Mny In n dirigible carrying
60,000 cubic feot ot gas, - i i
When you want to be
v Handled right, phone vour order to the , ?"!'!!!)'
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jai. H. Love.
y . ,i i, r
(Continued from Pace 1
by Wilhelmlnn, tho boat starts I down
tho ways easily and slid Into dep wi-
tPr, It cortalnly was nn ltntn.is.to
Tho vcsEel and Its cqul'i.ncn-., nl.-o
the propelling machinery, were built
under Lloyd's special tunny to cl.ita
WIFE OF. CHINESE
MAD WITH HOBBY
While Mrs. Is At Theater
Fascinating Mrs. Ah Ixy Mco In In
terrible plllkla, and this morning tho
llttlo Chlncso lady told Deputy Hosu
all about the unfaithfulness of tho man
who hoj sworn to lovo and cherish her
for the rest. of her life.
, It apiK-ars that tho husband il
flighty and devotes 'all hla rparo timo
to nittlng around among charming
lidles of his acquaintance. Mrs. Ah
has not been exactly blind to theso
lapses on hubby's part, but as she
had nothing but suspicions on tho sub.
Ject to go Upon, she had to remain
Howeter, last night Mr Ah Mco J
prTMica upon iub uuvaicu wuo 10 go
to a ChlnesoiTheater, and cinched tho
bargain by saying that ho would tako
care of tho baby,
Tho wlfo went to the bIiow but long
before act 1717 bad como on eho folt
anxious and returned home. On ar
rival nt her dwelling, which Is situ
ated in that center of social life tho
Winston Block Mrs. Ah Mco was
Informed that her lord and husband
had company and did not wish to bo
Then thoro was something doing for
a while, and by tho tlmo Mrs. Ah Meo
reached tho door of tho room In which
her husband was entertaining, she was.
to say tho leant ot it. Ind gnant. Hub
by heard tho footsteps of IiIb wife and
Opened tho door in a hurry. What
wirpy saw sont nor on tho dead run to
tho pollco station, whero sho told her
story to Charllo itoso.
Tho deputy listened to the wumon'
story she speaks good English v.idj
flnnlti' tnlrl hnp .tint Itn UM,l.l ..,....nnl
...... .. .w.. Mul W1H. IMJ "WW1U Kll.lilll' I
the husband to an Interview this oven
Ing, and see what tho orrlnic one had
to say about tho matter. Thus (m:o
raoro will a fnmlly nffnlr bo 'probably
fixed up by tho deputy. Ho and the
genial Sheriff uro nlwayx htisv on
Bomo.iuch proposition, but it is jiotj
atton thnttho'ChlucdO appeal to thorn i
ror noip in settling somo domestic
The following messago has been re
ceived by tho agontB of tho A. 8. Ala
meda fpm Captain Dowdoll:
"Fob. 15, 1810.
"To Drawer, Honolulu.
"Eight p. m. $75 miles."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb, 15, 1910,
fro-n 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Ahuklnlalau Kukca and hub to Mnry
K Anoholanl D
Patrick F Hyan to Edw II F-Woltor
Est of rjorntco P Ulshop by Trs to
Oahtt Railway & Land Co Ex D
von Hamm-Young Co Ltd to It Ven-
hulzon ,,... Rol
Lemuel C Abies and tvf to Annie K
Wong I.oong .., D
Annlo K Wong Lcong and bsb to
Lemuel C AIjIob M
Mrs J A Paaklkl to Allco K Spencor
Entered for Record Feb.-16, 1910,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Hawn Flbro Co Ltd to M P Robin
son et al AM
M-P Robinson et nl to Trs pf Est of
Jnmoa Campbell AM
Laborer Tho mnstor's gono an ay.
Visitor Oh, for a holiday? '
Laborer I don't thjnk bo ho's ttfk
en tho missus I '
SURE to have your
100 Al. The eszol is alro rated ua
dor the Ocean Mall cubsld Act of
March 3 1D1, for which p.ircose an
nii'llniy nro main has bsen Drotidd
balo.v tie watetllnq, mil fouaJallon
lute been fitted for four iI.-:-!ncli
IN FOBEION PORTS
WoJr.ssday. February 16.
BAN FRANCISCO Salted Fob. 15:
S. 9. Chlyo'Maru, for Honolulu, 5
.ANILV 3allod Feb. 15:
U. 3.. A. T. Thomas, lur Honolulu.
rOKOHAMA Sallfld Fob. 10:
S. S. Ten jo Mnru for Honolulu.
Ono hunJred and sixty tnaros of Ha
waiian Pineapple ct 29.50 was tho large-it
Item of bushier dono on tho stock
board this morning Tho, day was
quieter than yesterday nnd tho volume
of business small.
Ono hundred chares of Hawaiian
Sugar Co. stock told between boards
nt 52.75 nnd twenty Plonrc.- nt 217.60.
This Is a drop of ttvtnty-flto cents a
fjiaro for Hawaiian Sugar and Pioneer
holds its own.
Oaliu Sugar sold on the Hoard at
30. hating i cached tho figure finally
towards which It has been heading
for a long time. Olaa'ls looking un
again, 165 chares selling between
boards and 70 on tho 'board at 6.S75.
'this stock appears strong at 7 asked.
TO DELIVER ADDRESS
Tho regular bi-monthly meeting of
tho Chamber of Commerce, which
was to hat a been held this attornoo-i
nt 3 o'clock, has been post uued un
til tomorrow afternoon .it 3 o'clock.
Mnistnn Campbell will deliver his
talk on "Hurbor linprntemcntH nhd
Various Public Utilities,", nt that
Tho meeting will bo open to tho
g-.'iieral public and will be held in tho
Chamber of Commerce roonu lu tho
About 9 o'clock this morning there
was n very narrow escape from n
serious accident on Iioretanl.i street
near Ponsacoln. An nutomobilo
driven by a man niimcd lll.ickwoll
otcrtoolc another machine, and nt
tho same time nn nrmy wagon was
met coming from Wniltikl. Tho car
driven' by Illackwell was traveling
at a high rato of speed, und Deputy
Sheriff Rose, who happened to be on
tho spot, sain thru tho chauffeur
dashed past tho other auto und al
most cniKhcd Into tlio army wagon.
Tho driver of tho wagon nctcd
very promptly, nnd It Is owing to
his presence of mind thnt tho scorch
ing chauffeur did not collide with
tho vehicle. i
Mrs, O. T. Artllp of St. Joseph, Mo
tva-i saved freni asphyxiation by natur-,
al gas fumes by John Rogers, n former,
convlco, now n doctor, tvl.o wan re
leased from prison in Kansas largely
by Mm. Artlly'g efforts.
ANOTHER ADVANCU In "the
freight rate for transporting lumber
from Portland to California ports has
been announced, nnd tho freight mar
ket shows a constantly hardening
tendency, Tho latest advance Is from
13.75 to SI a thousand feet to San
Francisco, and Irom Si to JI-5Q n
thousand feet to Redondo, San Pedro
nnd San Dlepo. It la predicted locally
that tho rato from Portland to San
Trnnclsco will' go to f5 by lieu Bim
mcr. Loss than six months ago Ijim
ber was rarrlod from Poithnd to San
Francisco for S3 a thousand. Thq In-
cioneo In ratos Is making t profltablo
to oporato Balling vtosels In tho trado
after long Idloneps. The Bchoqner
ExpnnBlon, which arrived up today,
tvijl load lumber for San Pedro,
Shipping: ' , ,f ,
t , t- J. 1-
( AHHIVfcP j DEPARTED
Wednesday, February 1C.
Bnllllfl Orus tla Ban Franclbco and
Seattle AlaeKnll, AWI. Q. H., a. m.
VE83ELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, February 16,
Ran Francisco Wllhclmlnn. M.
S. S., 6 ii. m.
Thursday, February 17.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
San Francisco Nevndon, A.-H. 8. S.
Friday, February 18.
Can Francisco Alameda, O. 8. "S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Mon
golla,,P. M. ti. S.
Saturday, February 19.
11 Ho and way ports Mnuna Kea.
, Sunday, February 20. '
Maul n'nd Mofokal ports MlVanala,
Kauai ports Kldail, stmr,
Tuetta'y, February 22.
San Fratlcif-co Chlyo MarU. T. K.
"K. S. S.
. Wednesday, February 23.
Kauat porfa, W, (1. Hall, .Bjmr.
Thursday, 'February 24.
Mnul and Hawaii porta Clau-JIne,
Valparnfso and South Ameplctn
portB Hbqgkong Maru, Jap. tmr.
Friday, February 23.
Hongkong and Japan 'ports Tenyo i
Maru, TK. ,K. S, lj. , . t
, , Saturday, February 24. t
Hlio ,and way porta Mnuna Kea
B,mr- JL . , v .1 -' i
.Sunday, February 21.
San I'rhncltco and Seattle Dillon
la'n.M,,N. S.'. , . A
f Seatt'io and Tncoma Arltona'n A.
LUMDKR from Port I.ndlow to tho
local agency of Allen & Robinson, nr-
.!..., n, ,f. nM. 41.1. M-.... UH U.
-,..., -- .1.- ' 'ii.1- - . u
American achoonw Hclcne. The vos- Hubbard, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. M. Uar
bcl was forty-one days In making tho tcro, MIsa II. Ehmao, Mrs. armv,
pasBage down from tho noithwcst Miss Craw, Mrs. Ollllo, Miss Gilllrf,
coast. Captain Thompson Etntca that Mrs. S. Hussy, Miss S. Wllsoa, Miss
lo met with little or no wind for a l Or- m. Ellison, Mr., nnd Mrs. Carroll,
lion of the ivoyngo. which accounts for Chn8. AEhwell, M. Mnclcay, M. Lip
0 delay In arrltal at Honolulu. Tho oncotu M Monto Mr, and Mr0.
Heleno commenced to discharge cargo '., . . ' ,, c E j,d.
nt tho Allen &. Robinson tvhnrf this'' ; c?!eT Chos. Strutt, C. b. Ld
momlnc ;munds, Mr, nnd Mrs. P. Orace, Wm.
THE INTI-rniSLAND' Steam Navl-
gallon Company Is expecting tho nr
iIvt.1 of a full Bhlpmcnt ot Japineso
cool from Mojl by tho freighter Duthu
Maru. Tho vessel Is understood to
have sailed from -Mojl several days
ago, Tho continued Inbor troubles
which have tied up the Australian
mines ban caused local coal dealers
to seek elccwhcro for their supplies of
KAUAI SUGAR. Including 2320
racks O. A A.. 1235 Backs O. TI. and
1945 Bncks L. II. arrived tills morning
by the Inter-Island cteamcr W. O.
Hall. Tins vessel alto brought twen
ty packageo sundrlos, nnd pcvernl
horses on deck. Tho Hall met with
fair weather on tho trip. Tho vessel
is scheduled to return to Kauai ports
tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock.
THE DARK Mohican, which has
been converted into a hulk by tho Mat
son Navigation Company, was dressed
m holiday atttro today in honor of the
oxpocted arrival of tho new Bteamcr
Wilhelpilna. Streamers of various col
ored flags wore fl)ing from tho vessel,
which has now been anchored in tho
PURSER PEIPER of tho Bteamcr
W. 0. Hall, arriving from Kauai ports
this morning, reports tho following
sugar as awaiting ahlpmcnt on tho
Garden Island: K. S. M.. 2950; Mak.,
10,705: O. & it.. 8370: V. K., 500: K.
K. 1)., 5500; Men., 15 916; M. S. Co.,
10,000: K. 8. Co., 8600; K. P.. 2840;
L. P. 2955; If. M., 13,538; Q. F., 4033.
ACCORDING TO novices received
horeMho Toyo Klsen Kaltha llnor
Hongkong Maru called at tho port of
SaJIna Cruz on her present voyagoipany, held in Honolulu this day, the
from South American ports to Japan, following officers and directors tvero
Tho tessel Is reported to havo sallodjtuly elected to servo for tho ensuing
from tho Isthmian iort on February y-ear-
10 with destination as Honolulu. p Robinson President
THE HONGKONG MARU, ono 'of j
the South American liners nivrated "
by tho Toyo Klscn Knlsha between
Jnuan Darts and Valparaiso, Is expect- C.
cil here from tho Bouthorn continental
ports ou or nbout February 28. II.
Hncltfold & Co. nro tho local represen
tatives for tho liner.
TUB DEPARTURB-of tho big Jap
onceo liner Chlyo Maru from Bin
Francisco for Honolulu is reported yes
terday. The Chlyo Mnru may bring
n few lay-over parfsongqrs for tho iort.
Tho vessel la duo to -nrrlvo hero on
THE AMERICAN schooner William
AIdam In nmtf nut, Ii I wjin n dn vu frnn
r.mv-a iinrimr WnBhlncton with n
shipment of lumtjcr for Lowers & shareholders of Honomu Sugar Com
Cooko, Tho vessel Is expected to nr-.pany, hold in Honolulu this day, tho
rlvo here dally. , following officers and directors tvorq
Ki elected to Bcrt'o for the ensuing
THE JAPANESE freighter Mnnshtt year:
Mnru, which sailed from Honolulu on H. P nishop. . . , , . Presldont
January 28th for Central and 8outh T A ij ,.' ,, ,", :
American porta, is reported to havo nr- J' A,Ke"n,edy, Vice-President
rived nt Manzanlllo on Februnry 13. Gco- " P-ouertBon Treasurer
ib iW. W. North Seeretnrv
THU STT3AMER .Kcaulion was ro-
.,.1 M .ll.t....ln. ..lnl.t n, VI
ported as discharging freight nt Kl
lauea yqstcrday according to advices
brought to tho port by tho Hall this
A MERCHANTS' Exchange cablo
Btntos that tfio Japaneao freighter
lluslm Maru sailed from Moll. Janan.
'for Honolulu on February Cth.
Tuesday, February 15.
Kaunl torts lUnnu ttmr., 6 p. in.
MnlrV ond ilaui ports Mlkalinhi,
fctmr., C p. m. I LiHrillU
I Kauai uoi iW Noeati, stmr., 6 n. m.
Htn 1-Ynncisco Lunlno, SI. N. S. S.,
,8M0 p. m.
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Thursday, February 17.
Kauai Krts W. Q. Hall, stmr.
Friday, February 18.
San Francisco Mongolia. P. M. S. S.
Kona and Kau poilB Mauna Lot,
Hawaii nnd Mnul porta- -Claudlnc,
stmr., 5 p. ni.
Monday, February 21.
San Francisco Kcvadan, A.-If. J3. S.
"Tuesday, February 22.
Hllo and way ports Mnuna Kea,
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 6 p. tft.
Hongkong via Japan porta Chlyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Wednesday, February 23.
San Francljco AUmeJa, O. S. S.
Thursday, Fetriiary 24.
, Hongkong tla Japan ports Hong
kong Maru Jnp. stmr.
Friday, Februxry 26.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna. M. N.
San Ifranclrca Tcnyo Maru, 7. K.
. I PASSENOERB ARRIVED
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports. M. Odell, Rov."J. W. Wadman,
Dr. A, Behr, Mrs. Bchr, MrB. IJ. Mallna,
J. F. Morgan.
Por O. 8. 8. Alamo 1a, for
Francisco. Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
l r. w . . ' . . n n
h. d. juuuuiuK, iir. uuu rs. v..
Per atmr. Mauna Loa, for' Kona nd
Kau ports, Fob. 18. M. Klrkwond.
Mrs, Klrkwood, W, T, Frost. J. A.
Maguiro, M. Wndmori, Mrs. L. L. 1m
Per stmr, Kinau, for Kona! ports,
Fob. 22.r-Mrs.-rutmtn, D. P. It. Ison-
berg, M. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez.
Por stmr. W. OHnll. for aual ports,
Feb. 17. R. 8. Mofrls, D. U. Mur
Per stmr. Claudlne for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Feb.. 18. V. 8. Boecx.
Mails are duo at Honolulu from
points as follows: ,
San Tranclscc Por Wllholmlna, to
day. Yokohama Per Mongolia, Feb. 18.
Colonies Per Maltal, March 2. '
Vancouver Per Makura, March 4.
Mails will depart tor 'the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Mongolia, Fob. 18.
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru, Feb. 22.
Vancouver Per Manuka March 2.
Colonics Per Makura. March 4.
FOUR THOUSAND sacks of Kauai
eugaiarrlved at tho port this morning
by the lntor-lsland steamer Nocau.
C3" BULLETIN AHA Pv
Walluku Sugar Company.
At tho annual mcotln'g of the
shareholders of Walluku 8ugar Com-
P. Illshop VIce-Pro3ldent
It. Robertson Treasurer
W. North '. . .Secretary
H. Cooke Director
T. 11. Robinson Auditor
All of the above, with the excep
tion of tho auditor, constitute the
Hoard of Directors,
W. W. NORTH.
Socrctary, Walluku Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 1C, 1910.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Honomu Sugar Company,
At tho annual meeting of tho
T. R. Robinson Auditor
T PI Tl.nch n A nAl.
v. G. IlraBh, R. A. Cooke,
All of tho nbovo named constitute
tho Hoard of. Directors,
W. W. NORTH.
lSe"etar, "ono,n' Sugar Cbmpany.
Honolulu, I eb. 10, 1910.
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