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HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. FBH. 21, 1910.
Lcahl Chapter No. 2, O. E. S ,
Hawaiian Third Ccnrcc.
All visiting members of the
Order nro corrtlall lnltcd to
attend meeting or locnl lod?cs
Meet on tho
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7.30 1 M
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asio
BENEFICIAL AJWIATION. ctotien. cor
HA3H0NY LODOB, go. 8, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday ovenin nt
7:1)0 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noblo Grand.
All vUltlne brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
MeeU every first and third Fri
ary evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
ccrner Fort nnd Beretanla. Visiting
bt others cordially Invited lo attend.
WSI. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINU, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODQB CIO, B. P. 0. S.
Honolulu Lode Ko. 618, U. I'. O.
Hike, meets In their ball, on King
El rest, near Fort, every Friday even
lag. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to uttenj.
E. A. DOUTHITT, H. K.
H. C. EASTO.f, Boc'y.
Eu-WAIIAM IBIBE, Ko. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every lint and tttrd Thurt
Brys ot each month at Knights of
Pj-thlas Hall. Visiting brothers eor-
yllitlly Invited to attend.
P. IliaoiNi. laonrab
B. V. TODD, 0. of B.
HONOLULU ABBIB 140, P. 0. 1.
fleets on tho 2nd and 4tu WED
H1V8DAY evenlnps of each month ot
7:0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berstanla and Tort streets.
Visiting ag!;S are Invited to at
tend. W. tt. RILEY. T. P.
WM. 0. AtcCOY, Ooc
Win. HXINLEY L0D075 No.0,K.ofP.
Meets overy 2nd and 4th" Saturday
rvenlng at 7:80 o'clock In & ofP.
nail, cor. Fort and Dorotanla, iVlelt
lne brothers cordially lovltcd tor at
tend. II. a. TAYLOR, C. C.
U. A. 5ACOBSON, C. R. S.
Best in the Market
HENBY MAY & CO., LTD.
W" J. M. LEVY & CO.
' 4v. PR0P08ED ON ALL
FOOLS DAY; SUED
Telegram rob. l; In how far n
rromlso mado on All Fools' d ly 1h
binding on tliu contracting pmtlcs is
n question Mlilch tho Cirrult Court
will bo cnllod upon to dccldo as tho
usult of u suit for broach of prom's J
filed In tho Circuit Court this morn
1li If. MIbb AHco Uirtl rinks $r,or0 dam-
r.gcs from Oro Iltack, alleging that ho
prmjilscil to marry hoi tn April 1,
J009, and has sluco neglected to nr
ropt her hand and heart In tho pros
onco of tho ncrcshary iifllcerii.
JUss Lord udmlta In her complaint
that Dlnck usl.cd fur her hand on
April 1 of last joar, but eho gini
nn Molght to tlif ixjflslblo oxciiso which
tho ilnv mlclit I wo offerril lllack for
tho negllscnco In earning out his J
rromlso. Whcllir-r bo look ho mittrri
ns mi April I'ool's Joko or no! U off
nt) conpequenco to hor, foi tho rei3o
ritfuit rlie took It In nil scrloinmcij and i
IJiiugcu nersuir-iH uo ins nrjin jvoivj
tlio has como to iho concliulun tint'
ho does not Intend oer to carry ')t,
IiIh promlso iind'the Joku Is likely to
cost him $5000. '
WE HAVE .WITH 11$
AT Tl'r vf)ONO.
Saturd.-iv. i-eurtisrv 19.
It 1', Kitji Kckola, ,Mr. and Mrs C J
11 iioiBinnii wniiiie.t, Mr. ana .Airs.
A S Wlicux kuiul; J. L. HJorth,
Kauai, Mrs. W, Y. ilo Vrlei, Kleele;
O N Wllcot, Kauai, Mr.'W C. lUce,
Kaiiallll W H.,HcLoenliig. Hllo:-iMr.
and Mrs. C II, Cussetu.-, Chicago;
Mrs a: A Wllsbli, Hllo; Mr. niM Mfa.
It. P. Dickinson, Vnncouxcr, H.'Cr-A.
8cln, Hikilnilm It) It. Elgin, Malm
Kom: Mr.' and (IK' II, O, Brown,
Sptlngflcld. III1; H-Parker. Jr.'; Mr.
ami Mrs It ltnrncd; Mrs. I.. M. Hor
ny; Mr Hill Mis. I K. Oreonwell;
Mr and Mra. F S Unilth, Edmonton,
Friday, Fejruary 18.
Mr and Mis It Miicf.ii lane, Chey
enne Vo l' 1 Harm. Now York
Clt, M ir,;in't Harms, Minnie Harms,
l'rclrti II hum, Notv York City; Mrs.
K Wulff. Now York City; Mr. and
Mrs T Well, Salt Ixiko City; Mr. and
I Airs C II Vance, lia Angelos Cal.;'
1 Dr C A CaBtlo, Uia Angeles, Cal.;
Mr mill Mrs 1) C Plxluy, Orange,
iC'il hrmcls Plxley, Orango, Cal.;
1 7 P Mvors. Ilcrkcloy, Oil.; E. I..
Smith San Pranclsco; Stanley Wlilt-
ai.L'1, OUII I l.UttlDl.U U. IIUIKVI, OUI1
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Saturday, February 19.
Miss It. M. r.lllngsnortli San Fran-
clco; C. Stewart. Kllnncn; L. Cntlwnl
ndcr, Phtladulplilh, T. Cailwaladcr,
Plllladcliihla; X, S. Mnckle Philadel
phia; Mr. mid Mm. I. Smea.ton, .Ko
linla: W T Itnhlnfnn nnd ton Wnl
luku; Mr nnd Mrs U P Tulloch. Ko-
linla: IX W (laniard. I.atiU)ioehoe;
Dr A. Irwin; i:, t VniMliun Kohal.i;
0. S. WUlit Kohala: E. Y. Atkins. Ko-
hnla; J M Vmlirosp Kiilmhil, Mrs.
W. S. May. I.. Thlvcnln
Friday, February 18.
II, Shuutnan, I. Ilnrlianl, Lot Ange
Ics, Cat ; C. Morrlss, Hongkong; Mr.
nnd Mrs W. T. Uell, Moilco City.;
Mex.; Mr. nnd Mm. J. H. McConnell,
Ias Angeles, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. J
Young. Salt Lnko City; W. S. Young.
Salt Lako City; J. McSorlcy, Salt Lake
City; Mrs. M. J. McOIII, Salt Lake
iSnccial to the Bulletin.1)
VA1LUKU, Maul, Feb. 18.-rTho
members of the Wnlluku C. E. will
hold n big meeting Sunday evening
ut Knaliumnnii church to dlscusB tho
llquur problem. Mr. Keel a will ex
plain his les on tho subject. Ho
Is In fnior of Federal contiol. Th"
folloulng Sunday It Is expected that
Auditor Chas. Wilcox Mill talk from
tho same platform oil tho same ques
tion. Judge J W Kulim nnd other
C, E. leaders on Maul Mill also tic
Iher practical nddrcs3cs on this
burning (iuc9tIon which Is uppermost
in tho minds of tho people of Ha
waii Just now. For capable Hawai
ian leaders on tho liquor question,
Maul can pick them out by tho hun
dreds. Pieiitdciit W, E. Saflcry was
empowered by the meeting on Thurs
day evening to Inilte members of
the urlous societies for women to
participate at the ricctlng this Sun
Hill Rice. McCandlcss, Maruichi,
Norton, Hush, Cotticll, llrown, Pratt,
White nnd Rosa Mill represent tno
High School tomorrow afternoon on
the liojs' Field, when they meet the
Columbia Ilo)s In tho big track
Frtond You ought to :ao:c ntter that
cold of jours. A neglected cold often
leads to ccrious consequences. Voting
MIIHoinlre This ono Is not neglected.
In fact, 400 or 500 ot my friends are
thinking about It.
Vil nnlr -o
W T-TTTZV- 4-2i'-t'r
f -m. i Sw u- t-M r
On'-Sale This -Week at;Gneat
Sec -Window Display
Fort Street, opp. Gatholic Church
LOCAL AND GENEJiAL
One cent a word wilt 'cam vonr
hnetsaRe to the people of .Hawaii tin
the clasimed columni of the Bul
letin. A .thirty cent, investment
will place your want, or with before
almost thirty thousand people.
Tclel'lipne 603 to ,bavo Laundry
called for and dellvcred'qulek,
Loahl Chapter No. 2, O. E. S , will
meet in Masonic Temple at 7:30 this
Chief MeDumo gathered In n big
gan'i c! crap shooters all Filipinos,
on South street jestcrday, L ..
For n hack ring uu. uhOn.405 and
ask for Frank linker, Stand Unloa
near Hotel St, Hack No.' 57.
If you want a good Job dono on an
auto or1 carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Miss McOcAigall. Miss Roberts. Mrs.
Olbb and Mrs. Cruse) all Maul people,
nro In town to enjoy tho holidays.
Robert Horner ondiE. iw. Barnard
have como to town for the Floral Pa
rade and other celebrations on tap.
Phone 5 and ask for Manuel Richard
wlieu,you want an automobile. Seven-
seated Chalmers Detroit, lato model.
Carnival nnd mnsqUerade costumes
just arrhed from the Coast. Call at
Hawaiian News Co, and make your
The Sunlight Athletic Club de
feated the Chinese Athlellc Associa
tion in n baseball game at A'ala Park
by a score of C to 3.
iuu jack itobortH lit tli Kentucky
Saloon when ou want liquid. refresh
nieiit. ou wll gut gool goods aad
conrtnons treatment there. -
Wahllanl, tho well-known bqxer,
la on the warpath, and would like to
get n match with any 140-pounder
belonging to these Islands.'
E. II. F. Wolter of the Occidental
hotel has Issued Invitations to his
friends, to drop In and colcbrato his
blrthdnj, which occurs tomorrow.
American kleam Laundry, Phone
501. American employees. Laundry
wcrk of eiery description Ctotsee
cleaned and pressed. Popular prices. -
Ourroy s name stands for good nlc-
ture framing. If you have a plcturo
that you want taktefully framed tako
it to Ourrey's, Ltd. Fort near Hotel.
negotiations with the Rapid Transit
Company for late cars for tonight and
tomorrow night aro being made. ,11 III
Ivosslble cars mnv lio run lntn d
o'clock tbmorrow night. i!
Tho university Club will keen open
house tomorrow. All members and
their frionds nro Invited to be preacn
with their ladles. . Luncheon will bt
A big bunch of plantation men
iruveieu uvwn 10 iiaieiwa yesieraay
nnd there saw the Ewa tennis play
ers hand out nn overwhelming de-l
feat to the Kahuku bunch.
Now Is the tlmo 0 get good Iron'
Into the blood. Order a case of nni1
Sarsnparllla and Iron. Don't forge
our distilled water. Consolidated fefla
Water Works Co. Thone 71. i ,'
Charles Mitchell, who was down 'on
tho calendar for assault and battery
una uiuruiiiK nuu mo caso against' mm
nollo llrosscd as his wlfo did not wish
to press tho charge.
Hat Nelson and Al. Wolgast will
hitch up tomorrow and It will be a
great Burprlst to most people if lhj
IJattlcr dors not knock tho block off
tho aspirant for championship honors
Exquisite specimens turquoise, mat
rix In links, pins, brooches; Du Vols,
rings, Hawaii & Bouth Seas Curo
Co, Young building, Bishop street,
next cable ofllce. Some rare old Wil
low patterns Engltsh.phlna.
jack Mcl'uuuen leaves on the noxt
Bteamcr for Hllo, where the clever
lightweight has secured a match
with Clarence Reynolds. Al. Wil
son, the well-known sport, Is man
aging tho show, which will be given
In 'the Armory. The contest will bo
for fifteen rounds, and It should, be
n very good exhibition ot boxing, as
Reynolds Is said to be clove'r and
ever body knows what Jack McFad
den can hand out In the way i of
Btoush. Honolulu sports loqk to
seeing Jack, bring. homo tho I4g end
of tho" purse, del to 'him, Jona
than! " '
"T -11.1 i
t .M. X.AA Fi.V-'
Whea yoa waaU to b IUB1 to have your
Handled right, hone
Jai. H. Love.
PURSETR PHU.LIPE of the Inter-
island steamer Maun.t Ke.i, arrliln
from Hawaii and Maul por(s Sjtiinlay
morning, reports tho following ttuti.
awaiting shipment ,on the big sl&iut.
uiaa nuuu, waixea znuu, itanan miii i-iigci uouna ports, ine Virginian
2C00, Onomca C000, Ilonomu 14,000, Mill r.rrho here on or about March 11,
Hakalau 6700, Laupahoehoe 300, Ku-" accviidlnjj in advices received by den
kalau 1050, Hamakun 1500, Paahau cral Agent Morse. The steamer Is
3900, Honokaa 1200," Kukulhaell 3CSC. rchcdulcj' to sail from Scattlo on
BETVEN THOU8AND three hundred
and twenty sacks of Kauai sugar has
rrtyed nt th cport by the Interlsl&nd
steamer Ktnau. Tho vessel camo In
n day ahead with 50 sacks of taro, Co
sacks bran and 59 packages sundries
In addition to her sugar shipment.
The essel met with fine weather on
both outward nnd inward trips. The
cabin passenger list was a latgd one.
A CLEANING and rcpilntlng will
bo ghen tho Intel Inland steamer
Manna Ken on the inarjno railway.
Tho i vessel was hauled on iho ways
Saturday and Iho work will probab'y'
bo completed bj today. Tito Mituna
Kca will remain o,er for Iho Floral
Parade and her sailing for Hllo and
way ports has been postponed until
Wednesday morning. i
BRINGING PASSENGERS ahd.gen-
rraUcargo, tho Matson .Navigation
steamer Lurllne, from San Francisco,
lb iltio to arrve at Honolulu on March?
Dili- According to the present calcu
lations of Castle ft Cooke, the local
agents for the Lurllne, thnt vessel'
will be dispatched for San Francisco
direct on March lClh.
THtRTY-FIVE days from Ora)s
Harbor, tho. little American schooner
William Olscn was nn arrival nt tho
I ort this morning bringing a ship
ment of lumber to the local ngency of
Le.wc.rs & i,C,qoU. .Thoicssel mct
Wlth.i.barlllng winds jcui a portion of
the Irlpfdqwn -Irohi "tho (Washington
lumber pbrL. U i
THE MATSON Navigation chartered
steamer Hyades is reported lo hae
arrived attScaltlo from San Francisco.
This vessel has a quantity of freight
for Honolulu .and Is expected to sail
from i tho tPvget Sound ( port f for Ha
Vtlt within n lew days. Tho 'Hyadus
111 probably, arrfvc hero thetflrst part
otiMarch, . i (. i
A CABLE1 basibcen received here
to the i effect! that the United States
army transport Crook hfts sullodjfrom
Ban Francisco for Manila via i Hono
lulu. ' .The army, boat Is bringing n
largo quantity iof. supplies foritho varlt
bus'.nrmy posts on Oahu, The trans.
port left tho coast port.nt'.noon on Sat
tIt.vrr-TTV tlltlVJrVTJt?n annl.- IT
K; Riignr have arrived at tho port by
the ateamcr Noeau from wulmca, TMi
vossel carried about seventy Filipinos
to thb Knnal plantations on h'cr out
ward trip. Tho Noeau brings tho re
port that thero Is no more sugar
qwajtlng shipment at the warehouses
THE MATSON Navigation liner HI-
Ionia, .from San Francisco and SeatUo,
is due to arrivo at Honolulu on Friday,
Tills vessel Is understood to bo bring
ing n goneral cargo ot mainland raerj
chnndlso for local Importers and a.
number or passengers from Califor
nia and Pugct Sound ports.
THB STEASmit ,Kaiulanl was ro
porled at Papalkbu, the Katial at 1I.O
nonui, and tho Maul at Papahton at
the time of departure ot (ho steamer
Manna Kea from Hawaii parts for
Honolulu. Tho steamer Helen was
taking on sugar at Laupahoehoo.
THE STEAMER Klnau will be hold
at Honolulu Until 10 o'clock on Tues
day evenng In ordor to give the Kauai
folk an abundant opportunity io. wit;
nous tho Carnival stunts. 'ho Klnau's
Vuular galling hour has heretofore
been fixed at 6 o clock.
PURBER LOGAN ot tho Klnau. ar
riving from N the' Garden Island, ro-
pons ino ioijpwing sugar wailing
shipment thora; "M. A..K. 15,299) O.
& R. 2300, V. K, 700, McB. J9,696, W.
2000, M. 8. Co. 7000, K-.' 8 Po. 9000,
K P. 3740, V, F. 7300, 1L, M. 7752.
THE FREIGHT list of 'the Intorlsl
Band steamer , Mauna Kea, arriving
from Hllo and way ivdrts Saturday
Morning, lncluded corn, cabbage, cql-i
V' ' i"ys I'luiivo wqoos, t paexnges
cuhdrles, 6q bales hides and 245 Bhecp.
TAKINQ PASSENGERS ani- a gen
eral cargo, the1 American-Hawaiian lin
er Noyadan will bodlspatched for San
Francisco nt 5 o'clock today. The No-'
adan has finished tbo dlschargo of a
largo consignment of mer9handlso.
it in.r.YPiTrrrKn ihnt ii.n now
Matson Navigation liner Wllhelmlria
win tako on a considerable shipment
of sugar whllo at Hllo.
Is due to arrive hero on
IN T,IIE sugar warehouses at Ahu
klnl Is stored and awaiting shipment,
7762 sacks II., and 7300 sacks O.
',Gar . ,
you order to the
THE A.-H. freighter Virginian, with
a full shipment of merchandises and
supplies for tho Hawaiian Islands. Is
the next steamer io arrive hero from
Sallna Cruz la San Francisco atil
1 March 3.
NITRATES FROM Chilean ports to
tho amount ot 23,102 quintals Is on
uonrd tno American schooner Stlm-
son, which has been laying off tho
port this morning. This vessel and
her cargo Is destined for Port Allen
Tho schooner was boarded by tho
quarantine officers nnd granted prac-
tlquo. Tho vessel left' this afternoon
for the Kauai port to discharge.
WITH A FULL shipment of fuel oil.
tho American BhlpFalls of Cldo was
an arrival off Iho port early this rnorni
ing. Tho e8sel was at first mistaken
for the American ship Edward Bewail,
which Is duo to .arrive herovltha con
signment of coal for tho nav.' 'The
Falls ot Clyde was brought in and
moored at tho. Railway wharr.
THE JAPANESE liner Hongkong
Maru, with seventeen hundred tons'
of fertiliser, tor local importers, Is duo
to arrivo 'from South American ports'
cariy tomorrow morning. Tho cfse'
wlrejessed In hor position last night.
The HOngkong Maru w'lll go Jo'vtho
Hallway wharf to discharge. ' ,"
The Inter-Island steamers Nllhau
nnd Iwalanl wRl bo dlrpatchod for, Ha
waii ports at C o clock this evening,
tho.Nllhau going to Honokaa and Kti:
kulbaelo while tho destination of tho
Iwulant Is listed at Mahukonn and Ka
woihac. The latter vessel will return
with a shipment of cattle.
A WIRELESS message leeched at
tho agency of Castlo & Cooko states
that the steamer I.urilna of the Mat
son Navigation Ino, .was 1170 miles
off tho port at 9 o'clock on Sunday
night steaming through a light opulh
southwest wind and a hcay rain.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Hilonlan, from Ban Francisco via Sc
attlo. Is duo to nrrlve at Honolulu on
Wednesday morning, according to the
latest wireless advlco rccolved through
tho agency of Castlo & Cooko.
THE STEAMER Alaskan ot the
A.-H. lino, Is taking on sugar at Part
Allen today. Tho vessel will next call
at Kahulul and thon nt Hllo, Jcavlng
tho Hawaii port on Fobruary 28 for
Sallna Cruz direct.
THE NEVADAN, an American- Ha.
wallan steamer, which Is scheduled to
sail from San Francisco ibis etcnlng,
Is expected, to sail from San Francis
co for a return voyage, to Honolulu on
March 9. '
SUGAR TO the amount of 7300,
sacks nas arrived from Ahuklnl by
the Interlsland 'steamer Nllhau, Sal
unlay. Fine weather was encountered
on tho t homeward trip. !
ACCORDING TO lato ndvlces thol
Matson Navigation steamer Enterprise'
Is'duo io nrrlvo at Hllo 'this afternoon,
This yessel Is bringing a large general
enrgo for Importers on tho Big Island,
IT TPOK the Amorican barkentln9UfordlDjrlvodatr8ananasco from
Coronndo seventeen days to mako thelprllohiiqppClS.,', .' - ,
trip from Honolulu to Ban Francisco,
The tchscI arrived at Iho coast part
Jcsterday with a shipment of sugar..
THE AMERICAN' schooner William1
OUen, at riving hero with lumber, tyr.
j,ewers ft uooko, is discharging at
H. . - - ' I.
Monday, Fobruary 21.
Tcmporatures 0 a. m., 07; 8 a., m
70; 10 a. m , 75; noon, 70; morning
Barometer,, 8 a. in, 30 02; absoluto
humidity, ,8 p. m., 5.347 grains per
cubje-foot; rolatlyo huiuidlty, 8 a.,m,
67 ptr cent; de wpolnt.'s a. m., 69. '
ind a,,m., velocity 4, direction
K ', 8 n. m , Yeloclty 3, direction N, W,;
'IO aX(h'., yejpeity 8, dlroctjon N. E.;
pooh. ve,locl" J2, dltcctlfln N. E.
Ranfqll ('.luing 24 hours ended 8 n.
ni , 0 Inch. '
Total wind movement durlns ,24
hburs,.eiidcd at 'noon, 152 mtleo. !
WM. B. Bf OCkMAN, J
Section Director, U, S. Weather Bureau '
Jleach Hargls must servo his sent
tence of life. Imprisonment for tho mur
der of his father, James. Hargls,, tho
iued leader, according . to a finding
handed 'down by the Kentucky r-Court
pf Appeals, at Frankfort ho, other day.
Aihltea'fiom Ogden.-Utah, state that
tho Great Salt lake, which i, was re-
I M.l.,i -nM.H ..A-- A , v.- .ll--A--
n g ,, . nK ovor (ho western, on
'ot the- southern Pacific's Lucln cut off,
During "an election reform riot, at
Tlrunswlek. duehv of nrunftwlrk. 4hn
noilea rhnrizr-d n mw,i r nVinii'iu
with sabors, wounding fifteen, who
were removed to hospitals.
ARRIVED fl't DEPARTED , r""7
I . . . . I - "
Sunday, Fobruary 20.
Knnal nnl Nllhau Thetis, U..S. R.
C, on cruise, n. m.
Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahaia.
ftmr., a. in.
Ahuklnl mid I poita Nllhau, stmr.,
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., "a. in.
Monday, February 21. ,
Gavlota Falls ,of Clyde, Am. sp,
Nitrate ports Stlmson, Am. schr.,
Kawalhac Maul, stinr., ft. m.
Grays Harbor .William Olscn, Am.
cchr., n. m.
Kauai' ports Keauhou, Btmr., n. m.
Hawaii ports (Noeau, stmr., n.,m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
8nn Francisco Chi) o Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Tuesday, February 22.
Valparaiso and South American
ports Hongkcng Mnru, Jap. stmr.
Wednesday, February 23.
MoJI, Japan Bushu Maru, Jap'
San Francisco and Seattle 11 1 Ion
Ian. M. N. 8, 8.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, February 24.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
.Hongkong' and Japan port,B Tcnyo
Maru, i, k. k. a. h
Saturday, February 26.
Hllo "and 'way ports Mauna Kea
.8unday. February 27.
Bcattlo and Tocoma Arlzonan, A.
Maul and Molokal iorta Mlkahaia,
Kauai ports Klnau stmr.
Wednesday, March 2.
Kauai jiorts W. O. Hall. btmr.
'Australian ports la Suva Maltal
C.-A. S. S.
Sun Francisco AbIo, P. M. S. 8.
Thursday, March 3.
Hawaii nnd Maui ports Claudlne
Friday, March 4.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura
C,-A- 8. 8.
Saturday, March 5,
Hongkong via Japa nporta Kproa
P. M. 8. S.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca
Sunday, March 8.
Maul and .Molokal porta Mlkahaia
Kaua (ports Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday, March 9.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March, 11.,
Sallna Cryz.San, Francisco, Seattle
Virginian, A. II. stmr.
Ben IVnncisco AlRtn6da. O. 8. S.
San Francisco Mongolia, P, M. S. 8.
Wednesday, March 16.
San FranclsccH-Novadan, A.-H stmr!
Malls aro oue at Honolulu from
point as follows: '
SantFranclsco-rPer Chljo.Maru, Feb.
Yokohama Per Tcnyo Maru, Tcb. 25,
.ync.Wyo-PerNMaku rjHarch , 4.
VnV.aila i.willv.(lopart(jtor (be (following
potnJt,a, follows; ( j - m' ',
uiKruncipco-rrer Novaaan, rcb. zi,
'ThfltaaMrpmllainlja. for Honolulu1
t.Tlo.v) , ' . u 1. ,
Sheridan, from Honolulu fur .r.inrri
j i nayajaoiia,.rflo,is. , ,
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BBATTIB Arrived Feb., 20; 2
ji..8. Hyadcs, from San Franclcco.
8ALINA CRUZ Afrlvod Feb. 20: ,
S. S. MIssourlan, from Hllo, Fob. 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 20:
Bktno. Coronado, from Honolulu',
Fob. 3. . " ,
GRAY'S HARBOR Arrlvod Teb. 20;
Bchr. Boroalls, he'nco.Jail. 29.
YOKOHAMA Arrlvod Feb. 20:
S. S. China, hence Feb. 8.
HONOIPU Arrived Feb. 19:
tgi.it!) iiiuitui, tiwft quu r iuucidcUi f
, PA,e6E.NGER,, ROOKED
For ,stmr. Mlkahaia, for Maul land
Molokal ports, "Fob. 22. Father 'Jo
seph. t f
, . .
LOCAL NOTldE JO MARINERS. '
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. '
Qahu Island, southerly sldo Honoi
julu Jfarbor 'Entrance Lighted ,BtiO);
Established In Placo of Oilier Buoy,
Fobruary Yt, 1910, outsldo entrance
gas buoy, red, marked "Honnlujii 2,"
replaced outsldo entrance bell ,buoy;
and stows a fixed rod acetylene' light
during periods of '2J4 sec, separated
by ccllpBe's cf 2V6 sec. duration.
THB BTEAJ1ER Maui was an arriv
al nt tho poit this morning, bringing
n shlpmoiit ot over ten thousand sacks
ot sugar from Hawaii. The vessel nlen
( brought 65 head of cattlo and a rjuan
my ui Buuuriutii
Monday. February 21
Port Allen, Hllo nnd Sallna Cruz
Alaskan, A.-H. stmr., 6 pm
4- : 1 r
Mondsy, February 21.
llonokna, K;ikulhnelt Njlhau, stmr.
5 p. m. ,
Mahukonn, Kawalhae Iwalanl, stmr.
5 p. m.
San Francisco Novadan, A.-H. S. 8.
Tuesday, February t22.
Kauai ports-rKlnati, stmr, ,10 p. m.
Mnul andt Molokal ports Mlkahaia,
stmr., E p. m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chlyo
M'ru, T. K. K. S. S , 1 p. m.
.We'dneiday,. February 23.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr., 9 a. m.
Ban Francisco Alameda, O. 3. 8.,
10 a. m.
Keallal Hanalcl and ports Noeau,
ttmr. ' '
.Kllauca nod ports Keauhou, stmr.
Thursday, February 24.
(!ongkong vln Japan oris Hong
kong Mnrii, ,Jap. stmr,
'Knua'l ports W.'G. Hall, stmr, 5
atn Francisco WJlhcInilha, M. N.
S. .8,', IO 'aC.ni. . '
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr, 5 p. m.
Friday, February 25.
San Francisco Teh j 6 Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p.'ni.
T.ussday, March 1,
Hllo and,wayk ports' Mauna Kca,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p m.
Maui nd .Molokal iorts .Mlkahaia,
stmr., 5 p. m.
.vyednesday, March 2.
Vlctoria a'ml Vancou" Of Manuka, C.
.A. 8. S.' '
Japan ports and Hongkong Asln, P.
Thursday, March 3.
San Francisco, Scjttlo via Eleelo
Hllonlnn,' M. N. 8. S. '"
Friday, March 4.
Australian ports la Suva Makura,
C. A. 8. S.
San FrnnolBco Thomas, U. 8. A- T.
Saturday, (darch 5.
Ban Francisco Koroa, P. M. B. 8.
Monday, March 14.
Japan ports nrtdllongkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8. S.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. NT 8. 8.
PeO.JB. B.' Arameda,"tor San
Francisco, ,Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Manning, Mr., nnd, Mrs. C. P.
Hubbard, Mr. nhdMrs.,E. M. Bar
tero, Miss B. Ebman, Mrs. Ornw,
Mlsa Graw, 'Mrs. Ollllo, Miss alllle,
Mrs. B. Hussy, ,Mlss 8. Wilson, Miss
M. Ellison, "Mr. nnd Mrs. Carrnll,
Chas. Ashwell, M. Mackay, M. Llp
poncott. Miss Monroe, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Carey, Chas. Strutt, C. E.,' Ed
munds, Mr. and Mrs. F.'arace, Win.
Por stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hilo and
way ports,.Feb. 23. Mrs. O. B. Fronch,
Mrs. F. Knight. Miss T. Parker. E. A.
Burch, Leslie Hastings, Mrs. draco, II.
Burch, Mrs. Mary Uurch, Mrs. L. Ram
sey, Mrs. J. J. Hicks, Mrs. W. r. Shi
mln, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Furnoaux,
Carl.8mlth. 8. auard, Mr. Guard,, A.
W, Cartor, Mr. and Mrs. Crabtrko, Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. McPhorson, E. R.
Thomas, J. O. Smith, Mrs. R. E. Smith,
IL J. Hudson, B. A. O. Smith, J. C.
Hummel, C. S. Card, L. P. Uonvillan,
R.,F. Cooke, W. A. Lelth. A. B. Brown,
Mrs. Brown, U M. VotleBon,
IL S. Gray, J. O. Smith. C. S.
Card, T. E. Martin, Jno. McFadden,
Or. and Mrs. H. P. Ju Id S. Stovenson.
Fred Harrison H. B. Mariner, W. K.
Maconlcher, Johh. Clark, Mrs. Goo.
Olbba. Miss Emily Clark, Miss Olbb.
Mr. and Mrs. HH Castle, J. A. McQand
less, C. R. Hovoy, Margarut Curran. ,
Miss Brandez, ,W. 1 Soarlcs. Mrs.
Searles, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Ahrens, Miss
AhrenB. Mrs. D. Ki'uso. Mrs. .Inn. Iilnri
IT. S. Bugbeo, Mrs. Geo. Cook, Mrs. 8.
carrou, nn. ' w. u, AdamB, Mrs. W.
Knapp, Mr, and Mrs. McFeeley, A. B.
French, Mi J. Curron,-Mrand.Mrs. A.
T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. Miller, John
Lucas, V. W. Klein.
Per M. M. S. 8. .Wilhblmlna. for San
Francisco, Fob. 24 F. C, Athorton,
Mrs, Atherton, II. M. von Holt. Mrs.
Von Holt, Mra. E. M. 'McGregor. Miss
McGregor, J. II. White, Mm. Whlto,
MIbb Wlnne, J-'Llttlo, Mre. Llttlo, Miss
A. h. Dixon. M. A., Moore, Col. J. H.
Rice, Mrs Rice, II, D, Rice, M..J. Rico,
Mrs. B.,0.,Howo, R.rW.,Jonos, Mrs.
a.,H. arvoy, Mr.,L RubcnsteJh, B.
V. DCBBar. J, M. Ruth. Mrs. Ruthi C.
M. Dcnniston." Mrs. B. V. S. Lowls,
Mrs. M. H. Smith. Mi-, and Mrs. Oeo.
Ross. Miss noss, MrsBoggs, Mrs, IL
M. Loale.,MlsBvWoodB, Ihdla Wayson.
MrB c: A.0,trWl Mrs, U.R1dstrom,
Miss A. nick, p. Lux. MIB.M. M.
pom, Mrs. H. C, Perry, aen'.and.MrB.
F. XSchrefnier, Mrs. SchrelmeK K. L.
Cuttlng.'FH.' draco Mrs. fJUce.'MIss
Bbwnianc Mr. 'and Mrs, 'VvVC, Barko
Albert, J. Arrol, E, Bingham, O. R.
Hovoy, E. B.EIston,J4rs. Elston Chin.
McNab.tMrs. McN.ab, Miss McNab. H.
MlddauRh, .M.IesollerMrB. w. Mc
pasparMr. and Mrs, FIbH. A. ,W. Bab
brlge, Jvlr. dnd Mrs. B. M. Brawn. J.
Mapkay, iJ.'w.-KtaBer. Mr. nnd Mm.
A. D. Clmmons, F. 'E Spanpenborg,
MIbb I. K. Richardson." Irwin Scott.
Sam C iSearlo, Mrs. Boarlo. Jesso
Soarlp, Mra. V-JI. Mackay, , V. ,Voro
Hodge, C. L..Petcr, A. C, Elscn.
Per stmr. Klnau, (or. Kauai ports.
Fob. 22.-T4rs. Putinart, D..P. R, Isen
borg M, Fernandpz. Mrs. Fernandez.
tPer stmr, W, O.' Hall, for Kauai
pntsFob, 24. Tl6v.,W. A. Short, A.
v, T 0 'I
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