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EVENING tmU.Vtnt. HONOLtU.0. T. II.. TUI.SuAY, ri.lt. 2.', 1!I0.
Leahl Chapter No. 2, O. C. 8..
Hawaiian Third Ceares.
All visiting member o( to
Order ore cordially. Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS othVr Aiso
IENEFICIAL ttSMUTIOL elation cor
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. t.
Meets every Mon'day evening t
7:.'I0 Id I. O. 0. F. Hall, Port Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY. Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OaHU LODGE. Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Jiy evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner furl and Ileretnnla. Visiting
bi other cordially Invited to attend.
, WM. JONES. C. C,
O. F. HEINE, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, B. P. O.
titks, meets In their ball, on King
Elreet. near Fort, every Friday even.
Ing. Visiting Brothers are coidlally
fnvlteri to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, B. R.
II. C. EASTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. Ho. 1. L 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
drys ot eacb month at Knights iOt
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers or
llnlly ruvltH to attend.
P. IIIOOINB, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
HONOLULU AEBD3 140, . 0. E.
Meets on the Znd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenlcgsiof each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Ragles are Invited to at
tend W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
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vVm. M'KIHLEY LODGE Wo.8(K.otT.
Meets every 2nd and 4Ul Baturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Oeretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend H. A. TAYLOR; C. C.
- E. A. JACOU30N, K. R. S.
Let Your Next Pay
Day Begin A
Start a Savings Account by depos
iting one dollar or more, and lei
each succeeding pay day find 4hii
sum increased. '
Interest will be paid jou at the
rate of four and one-half per cent.
pe annum, compounded semi-annually.
SEE HOW QUICKLY tOUB ,
SAVING! WILL QB0VT
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Bottfui, 3)1,000,000
V Die i for DDfttar
dUehMf ea, Ulltnioklloii
Irrltfttloni ur ulriloii
it rnneoui jntmbrio
rlnIM( and not MtrLai
VJV la 1 la tal.
frKW Omtmim m h
Wajjm AtaMMBilTI ft alalaHll
gnt or polevmouf,
old tor DrusvUt1
ClrctiUr hoi on rvwuW
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE VOONQ.
Saturday. Februarv 1D.
II. P. Fa)o, Kekola, Mr. and Mrs. 0,1," ...na" l..t l "awa.
D. Hofgoard, waltnea; Mr. nud Mrs.
A. 8. Wilcdl, Kaualj J. L. HJortli,
Katial: Mrs. W. Y. do Vrles, Eloele;
0. N. Wilcox, Kabttl; Mrs. W. C. nice,
KatUlffl W. H, Bchoenlng, Hllo; Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. Cassette, Chicago;
Mrs. A. A. Wilson, Hllo; Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Dickinson, .Vancouver. II. C ; A.
Scwln, Hakalautn R. R. Elgin, Mahu
konn; JMr. and Mrs., B. O. Drown,
8prlng0eld. Ill ; 8. Parker, Jr.; Mr.
and Mrs- ll. Homed; Mrs. "L. M. Har
vey; Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Greenwell;
Mr. and Mrs. F, 8. Smith, Edmonton,
Friday, Fegruary IB.
Mr. and MrB. II. Macfarlane. Chey
enne, Wjo; C. r. Harms, Now York
City; Margaret Harms, Mlnnlo Harms,
Frclda Harms, New York City; Mrs.
K. Wulff, Now York City; Mr. and
Mrs. T. Weir, Salt Lftko City; Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Vance, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Dr. C. A. Castlo, Lob Angeles, Cal.;
Mr. and Mrs, D. CJ, Plxley, Orange,
Cal ; Krnncla Plttey, Ofango, Cal.;
J. P. Mers, Berkeley, Cal.; E. L.
8mllh. San Francisco; Stanloy Whit
akcr, San Francisco; O. Whitaker, San
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Saturday, February 19.
Miss R. M.'Elllngsworth, San Fran
cisco; C. 8towart, Kllauea; L. Cadwal
adcr, Philadelphia; T. Cadwalader,
Ph ade oh a: N. 8. Mack e. Ph ade
plila; Mr. and Mrs. I. Smeaton, Ko-
naln; w, T. itobinson and son, wai
luku; Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Tultoch, Ko
hala; E. W. Barnard, Laupahoohoe;
Dr. A. Irwin; E. C. Vkughan, Kohala;
C, 8. Wight, Kohala; EX Y. Atkins. Ko
hala; J. 'Mi Ambrose, Kahulul; Mrs.
W, B. May: V. Tlilvonln.
Friday, February 18.
D. Blmuman; I. Raphael, Los Ange
les, Cal.; 0. Morrlss, Hongkong; Mr.
and Mrs. W, T. .Bell, Mexico City.;
Mox.; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mcconnell,
Los Angeles. Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. J,
Young, Salt Lake City! W. 8 Young,
Salt Lake City; J. McSorloy, Salt Lake
City; Mrs. M. J. McGtll, Salt Lake
CALLS PORK AND BEANS
OF NO FOOD VALUE
Big New Englahder Not Grown On
Them; But On Simple Lift, Says
CHICAGO, Fab. 3. Dr. Fenton R.
Turck tonight told theiCblcago Med
ical Society a thing or two about food
"The statesmen of Now England
v, ero not tho product ot pork and
beans," he said, "but ot the simple lite
which existed before tntneo plo for
breakfast became a tjptcal New Eng
"Soups havo no food vatuo whatever,
instead, they furnish Ideal soil for
germs ot dlsoase. In tho laboratory we
employ bouillon cultures for growing
these- cr) germs."
"Dut what about baked beans?" was
askod. "Hasn't tho public been repeat
edly Informed that tho bean Is high In
"It Is," was iho reply, "but the nu
trltlvo value ghown by chemical anal)
(Is Ib bf no lino If the1 body cannot nb
eorb It. Bean cooked with pork under
high heat are aliriost absolutely Indi
gestible. Evory grain of starch Is In
Capsuiated will, decomposed fat, driv
en all through It by beat. For lirac
Ileal purposes ovcry grain of nourish
bg substance is, Inclosed In armor.'
"Vcgotables'thbttld not bo bollod, but
r-tcnmod, Rite is good any way It Is
cooked." , .'
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rtlletln yltwHsl TUw PTiw t
Ladies' and Gliildreh's
On Sale Tbis Week at Great
See Window' Display
Fort Street,! opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
One cent a Word will carry vour
message to the people of Hawaii in
the classified column! of .the Bul
letin. A thirty cent investment
will place your want or with before
almost thirty thousand people.
Telephone 60S to bavo Ladndry
cnllojl tor and delivered quick ,
Tor a hack ring up phone 405" and
ask for I'rnnk Ilaker, Strmd Union
near Hotel St. Hack No. 57. '
I at Ait tflH n u-l4 Inh JutiK nx am
" '""""' "7U. "".""..'' "u ""
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Tlmo spent at the Fashion Saloon Ik
time pleasantly spent. This place It
sometimes known as the Two Jscrs.
Phono 5 and ask for Manuel Richard
when you want an automobllo. Seven
seated Chalmers Detroit. Into raodei.
Cnrnhal and masquerade costumes
Just arrived from the Coast. Call at
Hawaiian News Co, and make your
Frederic L. Morong, M. D , ph) stclan
nnd surgeon, has opened otllces at 270,
Borctanln street. Offlco hours 11-1,
3 5, and 7-8.
Fred No)es and Manuel Souza arc
now located at the Independent Auto
stand, phono C09, with their new 7-pas-scngcr
KlSBel Knr No. 482,
Orein stamps are given (free) when
you pay cash at the stoies. Call at
the show rooms and see what you get
for Green Stomps. Berctanla ur. Fort.
The Bymphony Club will meet on
Thursday opening at the Kllohana Art
League rooms Instead o ftonlght, on
account ot today being n holiday.
Visit Jack Roberts at thy Ksntucky
Saloon nhen'you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
Osteopathy curei when other
methods faiL Sdeatiflo manipuU.
tion and adjustment of the soine.
Dr. Stcen, specialist, 1150 Alakea
Your will is too important a mat
ter to be put off lightly. The Ha
waiian Trust Company, Ltd., will
have It drawn free and kept In thM-
vaults If you name them executory
American fale'am Laundry. Phone
SOS, American employees. Laundry
work of every ilescriDtloL. Clothes
cleaned and pressed. Popular prtcia.
Now Is the time to get cood Iron
Into tho blood. Order a oast of nur
Skrsanarllla and Iron. Don't roiitet
oiir distilled water. Consolidated XO'la
Water Works Co. Phone 71.
An ideal nnlsh for walls n founl
In Dekorato. It In sanitary, durable
iind beautiful nnd will not fade or rub
off. For salo by Lowers & Cooke,
Ltd, 177 S. King. street.
Rainier Beer Is probably the most
popular of all American beers. It Is
food and drink to the worklngman, and
Its superior quality makes a placo for
It In all tho best clubs.
Kt.lckcrbocker 'and plain pnntu fur
boys In splendid assortment it Hllva's
Toggery. Prices 76c. $1, $1.25, $1.60
and $1.76. Beautiful new materials,
well made and recntorced.
If )ou want tho best Hva-cont clgu
on' tho market nsk your dnitor for
an Owl, Tho Owl cigar Is minic-stlon-I'bly
tho best popular clg- uiul wllh
r.nod reason for the grcnto.it caro Is
rterclsed In selecting the to'wcoo ,md
In tho making,
A wagon, with a h:ay ladder on It.
backed up on King street yesterday
pushing the rear end of the ladder
through one ot tho plate glass ,wln
(lows ot Sllva's Toggery. Tho glass
was completely wrecked nnd .there
was no insurance. '
The Pacific Engineering Company
Ltd., havo taken tho contract to erect
tho large building for iho Hawaiian
Fertilizer Company Tho building, tho
largest ot Its kind In iho Islands, being
completely of concrete will bo 103 feet
wide by 200 feet long and will reoulre
2000 yhrdfc of eoncroio. Tho tlmo limit.
for construction Is1 90 days. The mix
er for the concfoto dub bcon received
from thn confli anil Is thh larcont mix.
or ot that nature over brought to this1
Territory. The elevator to ho used
In tho construction of tho building
"caino from Log Angeles,
WhiB yon want to be SUBE to hare your
Handled riht, aho.te your order to the
CUT TBANSFEB CO.
Jai. H. tow.
S FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS S
One ot the most enjoyable partlei
held by the members ot thlii tvnp
was given Sunday under tho ill
rectlon of Battalion Quartermailer-
Sergeant Joyce ot the 2nd Battalion
of Engineer. The party conslslo I
of Battalion Quartermaster-Sergeant
Jo)ce, Company Quartermaster-Sergeant
Bahcl, Mess Sergeant Wills,
Corporals O'Nell and Thome, and
Privates Lane, Ruelher and Uhrlg.
This party left Fort Dc Russy early
)esterday morning fof tho camp nt
Walmanalo, via the Pall. Two buck
boards and one of the ambulances
was used to mako the trip, nnd tho
cam ii at Walmanalo was reached be
fore noon. Dinner was served the
party there by tho members of thnt
detachment, under the direction of
This parity pla)ed, the temi from
the Walmanalo detachment n game
of baseball In the afternoon, and
after a hard game defeated tho de
tachment team by a scoro ot two to
one. Nine Innings were played, and
a very good game ot ball was put
up. A number of visitors from Wal
manalo were present nnd enjoyed the
contest. The party left tho camp at
Walmanalo about four In the after
noon and arrived at Fort Do Russy
curly In the evening. Corporal
Throne had arranged n pleasant sur
prise In the way of a handsome sup
per for the party upon their arrival
nt the homo camp, and it was greatly
enjojed by ull. This Is the first or
n nnrlen or such nutlnffs thnt has
been planned by members ot this I
post, and many enjoyable Sunday
are In view.
Prlvnto Anderson of the Wnlma-
nnlo detachment arrived In this
camp )esterday, with Private Jones
of tho samo detachment, to obtain
supplies for uso In connection with
thn itiirVAV. TIirv will nhtnln thp - ta'
.... , --
supplies early this week and will
lenvo for their camp with the wo8
on train which will forward tho ar-
tides for that detachment. Private
Hummel of the Pearl Cltydetnck -
ment has also arrived at this post
for engineer supplies and will leave
iur ins aeucnmcui ,as suon us ue
can arrange ror me lorwaraing ui
his Bupplioa by tho pack'tnrln
The mountain detachment back of
this camp will move their camp
within tho next few days furthef
back In the mountains, having com -
pleted the work In the country In
Mrs. James Saunders' Bridge Tea.
Mrs, James SaunderB ot San Fran
cisco entertain! Tuesday at a bridge
tea. Tuesday being tho" day after St.
Valentine's day all tbo decorations
woro carried out in hearts, tho color
scheme bolng scarlet. . ,?be guests
la)ed from 2:30 to 4!30 at tho cud of
that time the scores wore- counted
and threo beautiful prizes wero award'
cd. Botween 4:30 and 5:30 the man
folk arrlvod'and a number of young
fclrls and woihcn who do not onjoy
brldgo. Delicious refreshments wero
Served on this occasion. The punch
table was ornamentod with red carha-
ilous and tostooned with hearts, add
the toa tablo wan decorated witn
jiolntsettas. About forty guests wero Mr. tfnd Mrs Joseph Cooko enter
present, among thoso observed belm; . inlnctl 'at dinner Friday evening. Cov-
Mrs. Walter Froar. Mru. McStockor.J
Misses MoBlbCker, Mrs McCleunan,
Misses McClonnan, Mrs Hngons, Mrs.
pougho'rty, Mrs. Isenbergi Mrs. Dusen
berg, Mrs. Oardner Wilder, Miss
Barnes, 'Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Church,
Mrsf Smith, Mlts Smith, Mrs, Hana
berg, Mrs, Chalkcr, Mrs. Preston,
Mrs, Tliumton, Mrs. McKpllcy, Mrs.
Iyrd, Mrs. Froar, Mrs. Hooper-Plot-nor,.
Dr. and Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Hough,
Miss Hough, Miss Kllg6ro, MIbb Jonps,
lllas Tultord, Miss Clcghnrn, Mr. Mc
Inneruy. Llout, James, Ueut. Robinson,
tnpt. Jacobs'. Dr. and Mrs. High, Judgo
and Mrs. Dole, and others,
Mrs, and Miss. Van Cehuyver's Tea
On Wnrtnnailnv lint Mr. nnrl MIhs
Vaft Schuyver of Portland, Oregon, J,ck,er nni1 Jut"l this by citing Its
gnvo a tea in tho garden of tho Moana '" "ects.
Hotel, which Is bcautirully adapted f "Tnl" no-meat agitation, If per
for such a function. Tho tea tablo ted In long enough, will result In
and punch tablo v-cio arranged under
tho Ewa hau trco. Mrs. Marix, wlfo
of Captain Marix ot the V. B. M. C,
poured toa In a graceful manner, This
charming matron, was gownetl dn a
whlio lingerie with a largo wlilto pic
ture hat. Mrs. Ramsey, wlfo of Cup
tnln Ramsoy .of the Marino Corrs
woro a white princess gouii cmbrold
crod and Insortcd with laco oor a
slip ot pink Bilk. A largo plumed black
hat completed tho toilette Mrs. Van
Schuyver and Miss Van Schuyver ro
cehed their guests In their usual era-
which they are now camped. This
Inst move will coer ail the tountry
around this post and will necessitate
tho next detachment moving near
Kahana. The work In that portion
of the island was deln)cd on account
of tlio rains. The detachment at
W'alilawa U working townrd Hono
lulu and wlHBOon have that portion
of the map completed.
Prlvnto Ford of Company (V nnd
Private Fnrrel of the same company
wero )csterday admitted to the post
hospital for. treatment. Private
Ford Is of tho main camp and Prl
ate Parrel Is ot the detachments.
Prhnte Chapman of this camp will
leave for detached service early this
week nnd will be with one of the
mountain detachments. Corporal
O'Nell will leave this camp today for
a'trlp to all ot the detachments and
upon completion ot his duties tlicro
will return to this post.
A number of she men from tho
detachments have arrived nt this
post In order to see tho flornl, par
ade and many mare are expected In
soon. Arrangements have been made
so that the men will go to Honolulu
In parties nnd many good times have
been arranged. These men will re
turn to their camps after the parade.
Parties of the members of the home
camp have also been arranged for
this purpose and tho men will" be
nble to view the parade to the best
In order to give moro room to tho
offlco. nn, storeroom of tho company
nuunermnsier, ine posi uarner snop
has been moved nnd tho building
which It formerly occunlcd has been
refitted f,.p thn ni.,n mmrKm...
ter omce. The gtoreroom has been
enlarged and a saddlers shop fitted
up ncar lt, Uooms for ordnnnco
and engineer property hnvo been nr-
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iuiijcu auu ine uuuuing in an res-
lICctB much Imiirovcd.
Estimates have been submitted by
,ho ,, miartprmniitpr rr r.,nii-a
. to the buildings of this post for, the
vphi- i.eeinnim. .in. i. tain n...
repairs will Include all the buildings
now at thls post as Weil as the
building used as the nost hosnltal.
The Improvements asked for will
greatly add to the usefulness of the
j buildings as well as to the beauty
ot tho, post. New material is also
jasked for to Improve the grounds
'and many articles for the betterment
of the trapsportatlon of this post.
clous manner. Tho hostess woro a not
gown heavily nppllqticd and her hnnd
tome daughter Was clad In lavender,
which was particularly becoming to
1-cr semi blonde t)pc ot beauty. About
thlrD-flvo guestB were present, nnd
tho universal opinion was that tho
function had been a great success.
Mrs. A. Humberg't Luneheon.
Ono of the most vlabnrato lunch
eons of tho week was given by Mrs.
A. Humbert;, Friday. The table decor
ations of hothouse flowers were most
olftboraio. Luncheon was Bervcd at'
Ono o'clock. Afor luncheon s.everal
lubbers of bridge wero enjojed.'.
Mr. and Mrs. Raldferd'e Pol Supper.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Reldford entertained
Thursday evening at a pol supper 'at
their Monna Vallev homo. Thn ivnlri
J Hawaiian foaBt was served, and full
justlco was dono by their guests. Tho
tablo was decorated In rod carnations,
' lets, mallo and ferns, '
era were laid for twolvo, and tho dec
orations were rosea.
" SB .
DOCTOR SUBE AMERICA
WHX QUIT EATHJQ MEAT
Lecturer Says Agitation WUl Show
uow unnecessary Beef is to Our
P1TTSDURO, Feb.. 2. The beet
barons will have the scalp of Dr.
Horace Fletcher If ha does not watch
out. Tho doctor, who is In Pitts.
(burg to lecture to some womon's
(clubi, has Inspired hU hearers with
a hope long deferred. He sees the
P"Mr away or meat SB 8 nttlttte
the practical elimination of meat as
a diet product," the doctor said. "It
It my firm belief that meat will cense
to be eaten In America In the next
"By the continued eating of meat
there Is In time produced a condition
known as auto-lntoxicatlon, which Is
akin to alcoholic poisoning and Just
cs fatal In Its effects.
"Moat Is nowUe needed In the
economy of tho body. In fact, in
every test I have made it has been
found to be positively deleterious."
" VESSELS TO ARRIVE ' ' VESSELS TO DEPART
Valparaiso nnd Boulh American
ports Hongkong Mnru, Jap. stmr.
' Wednesday, February 23,
MoJI, Jnpin Iltifthu Mnru, Jap.
San FrancUCo nnd Seattle Hllon
Inn. M. N. S. B.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, Fsbruary 24.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Hongkong ami Japan ports Ten) o,Etmr-
Maru, T, K. K. S. S
Saturday, February 26.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Ken,
Sunday, February 27.
Seattle and Tncoma Arlzonin A.
II. 8 S.
m.... nH.t fMi..i.ni ... iiL.i.ni
",,IU ""u """"" ii -".,
Knual ports Klnau stmr.
Wednesday, March 2.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Australian ports la Suva Malta!,
C-A. 8, S.
Bin Frnnclsco Asia, P. M, 8. S.
Thursday, March 3.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claudlne,
Friday, March 4.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C-A. S. 8.
Saturday, March 5.
Hongkong via Japa nports Korea,
P. M. S S.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
Sunday, March 6.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kaua Iports Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday, March 0.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March 11.
Ballna. Cruz, 8an Franclcco, Seattle
Virginian, A. II. stmr. ,
San FranclBco Alameda. O. S. S.
Monday, March 14. .
San Fiancleeo Mongolia, P. M. S. 8.
Wednesday, March 16.
San Francisco Ncyadan, A.-1I stmr.
Malls are due at Honolulu frow
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Tonyo Maru, Feb 25.
Colonies Per MaitsJ, March 2. ,
Vancouver Per Makura, March 4.
Malls wltl depart for the following
paints as follows;
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru, Fab. 23.
Vancouver Per Manuka, March 2. .
Colonies Per Makura. March 4,
IH POUejtfjfii pOfrvMB,
Monday, .February 21.
SEATTLE Arrived Feb. 20:
S. 8, Hyades, from Ban Francisco.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Fob. 20:
S. S. Mlssourlan, from Hllo. Feb. S.
SAN FRANCIBCO Arrived Feb. 20:
Bktno. Cororiado, from Honolulu,
GRAY'S HARBOR Arrived Fob. 20:
Schr. Borealls, henco Jan. 29.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 20:
8. S. China, hence Feb. 8.
HONOIPU Arrtted Feb. 19:
Schr. Mnrlel, from San FranclBco.
Saturday. February 19.
SEATTLE Sailed, Feb. 19:
B. a. Aruonan. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 19:
U. s. A. T. Crook, noon, for Hono
lulu. HILO Sailed Feb. 12:
Bk. Annie Johnson, for Ban Fran
Friday, February IB.
NEWPORT NBW8 Balled Fob. 17:
Br, S. 8. Rosebank. for Honolulu.
HILO-Sailed Feb. 17:
B. B. Columbian, for Ballna Cruz.
Thursday. February 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 16:
8. S. Hyades, or Seattle.
BRtBBANBr-Sallod Feb. 1C:
8. B. Malta!, for Honolulu.
HANA Arrived Feb. 16:
chrt Jag". Rolph, from San Francisco.
Wednesday, February It.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Feb. IS:
8, B. Chlyo Maru, for Honolulu, E
VANILA-SaIlod Feb. IE:
U, S. A. Tj Thomas, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 16:
8. 8. Tenyo Maru, for Honolulu.
Tuesday, February 15. .
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 14:
V. 8. 8. Olaclor, henco Fob. 7.
MOJI Balled, Feb. E:
8. 8. Bushu Maru, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Soiled Feb. 10,'
S. S, Hongkong 'Maru, for Honolulu.
THE AMERICAN ship Edward Sou
all, from Newport Nows with a big
shipment ot Pocahontas coal for the
local naval Btatlon, Is one hundtod and
forty days out from tho Atlantic coal
port. Tho Bewail Is ono of tho very
few large vessels of the wlud-Jammor
rlass that carry tho American flag
around tho world.
THE AMERICAN bark 8. C. Allen,
with a shipment o tlumbor from Eure
ka, was nineteen da)s out from that
port today. The vessel brings lumber
to the agency ot Allen and Robinson.
THE ARRIVAL of tho schooner
William H, Marston Is expected dally.
This ousel sailed from San Francisco
eighteen days ago with a Bhlpment of
A SHIPMENT of fuel oil by tho
Amorlcan ship Marion U. Ctillcott U
duo to nrilvo nt Honolulu dally, 'Tbo
08scl Ib now nineteen days out from
Tueitliv. FabruarV 22.
Kauai porlR Klnau, stmr, 10 p m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr, S p m.
Hongkong la Japan ports Chlyo
Mam, T. K. K. S. S , 1 p. m.
Wednesday, February S3.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr, lo, in, I
San Francisco Alameda, O. S. S ,
10 a. m.
Kcajla, Hantlcl and ports Noeau,
Kllnuci nnd ports Keauliou, stmr.
Thursday, February 24.
Hongkong la Japan ports Hong
kong Maru Jap. stmr.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr, 5
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
S. 8 . 10 n. m.
... - .. .. ,
itiiuui imnn .yuciiu, bum, , p. Ul.
Friday, Febrtary 26.
Sun Fianclhco Tcnjo Maru, T. K.
K. S. 3
Hawaii and Maul ports Ctaudlnn,
stmr., 6 p. in.
Tuesday, March .1.
Hilo and way ports Manna Kea,
stmr., noon. '
Kauai ports Klnau, strar., 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkohnta,
stmr., 5 p. ri.
Wednesday. Mar-ii 2. .J
Victoria and Vancouver ilonuka, C.
A. 8. 8.
Japan ports and Hbngkong Asia, P.
M. 8. 8.
Thursday, March i.
San rranclsco. Scattlo via Electe
Hilonlan, M. N. 8. 8.
Friday, March 4.
Australian ports via Suva Maftura,
C. A. S. S.
San 1'rftnclBco Thomas, tj. 8. A. T.
Saturday, March 5.
San Francisco Korea; P. M. S 8.
, T Monday, Marcti 14.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. S. 8.
Wednesday, March 16.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. B.
,1 Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, tor ' Bail
FranclBco, Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
A. 8. Manutng, Mr. and Mrs. OV'P.
Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bar
tero. Miss B. Ehman, Mrs. Qraw,
Miss Graw, Mrs. Gillie, Miss Olllli,
Mrs. 8. Hussy, Miss 8. Wilson. HIM
VI. Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Carrill,
Chas. Ashwell, M. Mackay, U. Llp-
pencolt. Miss Monrcc, ,Mrs pd Mr.
F. W. Carey, Chas. Btrutt. C E. Ed
munds, Mr. and Mrs. F. Grace, Wa.
Per strar. Mauna Kea. tor Hllo aid
way porta, Feb. 23. Mrs. O. B. French.
Mrs. F. Knight, Miss T. Parker, E.' A.
Rurch, Leslie Hastings; Mrs. Grace! H.
Burch. Mrs. Mary Burch. Mrl. U RAm
ey, Mrs. J. J. Hicks, Mrs. W. F. Bhl
mln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Furheatu.
Carl 8mlth, 8. Ouard, Mr. Guard, A.
W. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Crabtroe, Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. McPherson. j3. .a
Thomas. J. O. Smith, Mrs. R. E. Smltk.
ji. , iiuimon. k. a. u. 8milh,.J., C.
Hummol, C. 8. Card. L. P. BonvlUlL
R. F. Cooke, W. A, Lclth A. B Brown.
Mrs. Brown, L. M,' Vetli.
it, a. uray, J. o. smith, JC. .
Card, T. E. Martin, J no. jticFndaeh.
ur. and Mrs. H. P. Judd. 8, BlstemV
Fred Harrison. H. U. Marlnct, Ws
iisconicner, johu Clark, Mrs.
Olbbs. Miss Emily Clark. Miss
Mr, and Mrs. H. Castle. J. A. McCiid.
less. C. R. Hovev. Marsu-ut CurriM
Miss Brandes, W. L. Sosrles. uR.
Bearles. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ahrena Mis
Abrens, .Mrs. E. Kruso. Mrs. Jon. Itilj,
i.e. uugoeo, Mrs, ueo. cook, Mrs.d
uirroii, Mrs. w, u. Adams. Mrs, i
Knapp, Mr, and Mrs. McFeeMy, At '
nuuLii, m.-. .urraii, Mr, maa air
T. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. L. Miller. .
Lucas, F. W. Klein. V
Per M. N.8. S. Wllhelmlda. fer.l
jjranciseo, .Fob. 84. F, C.tAUiafc
Mrs. Atharlnn. KM vnn.iinli i
von Holt, iltm VL M MrriMm.' 'i
McGregor, J. H, M'hilo. Mrs, Wh
miss winne, j. Lntie, Mrs. Uttie : j
Rice, Mrs. Rlco..H.-b.vRlce. M. Jjl
mm. d,iu, liowe.ll. w. jpneSuiNM
O. B- Harvey. Mrs. I. Ri4oiriBtlk,1
V. Dossar. J. M. Ruth. Mrs. Rulfi;!!
. Denniaton, Mr a. B. V. a UteMa.
i i a. n. &, nmiin, Mr, anu airs, Ul
Ross. Miss Ross. Mrs. Bomb. Mrs.i
M. Ualo, Miss Woods, India Wiyttm.
Mis. C, A, Oitront, Mrs. L. B. OatMM.
Miss A, Hick, E. Lux, Mils M. ,M.
JJotn, Mrs. E. O. Perryi Gen. andTijl..
Taylor, II, Goett, Mrs. Ooets, W. Blaek,
F. X. SchrelmoivMrs. Bchrelmer, B.fv.
o. C. V
viiiiiius,,!-, n, uraco mrs. urace
uownian, Mr. wa Mrii Wt Ci
Albert J. Arrol. E. Blneham.
Hover. B. B. Elston. Mm Rlnlnn
ncnao, nrs, monbd, miss McNab. H.
Mlddaugh. Miss Mollor. Mr. W. No-.
Caspar. Mr. and Mrs. Flsk. A. W. fiab
brlge. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Brown. J,
Mackay, H. W( Fraser. Mr. and Utt.
A. D. Clmmons, F. E. Spangenbofj,
Miss I. K. Richardson, Irwin ScdiL
Sam C .Searle. Mrs. Bearlo, Jen,
Soarle, Mrs. H. Macka)-, V. Vr
Hodge, C, L. Peter, A. C. Elsen. ,K
Per stmr. MlkaKa,io, for Maul niid
Molokal ports, Feb. 22. Father Jo
seph. . ,'
Por stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kaiial
ports, Fob. 24. Ror. W. A. Short, A.
Buford arrived at San Franciaeo frdla
nonoiuiu, Oct. is. . t
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20. l
Logan, et fian Francisco,
Thomas, from Manila foi Ilunuiiiiii.
Feb. 14. " ,
Shorldan, from Honolulu far ilu.Srn
and Manila, Feb. 14, , ,