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fvromq summit, honolplo, t. it., Wednesday, ran. 23, 1&10
.- MASONIC TEMPLE
f Weekly Calendar
Leahl Chapter No. 2, 0, E. S.,
" Hawaiian Third Ceoree.
All visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
i attend inocttngi of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. UbII
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSSIATION. ciations cor
HABMONY 10DQS, No. 3, 1. C. 0. 1.
Meets every Monday evening at
.7:1)0 In I. O. 0. F. Hill, Fort Btreet.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. MCCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very lordlally
OiiHU LODQE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every Diet and third Frl
y evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
bl others cordially Invited to attend.
WW. JONE3, a c.
0. P. HEINE, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lo',g No. 618. B. P. 0.
tllks, meets la their ball, on'KIni
Blreet, near Fort, eery Friday even.
tag. Visiting Brothers are cordially
uiino co attend.
E. A. UOUTHITT, E. R.
H. 0. HASTON, Soc'y.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, y0, i, j, 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thuri
drys ot each month at Knights ol
Pj'thlas Hall. Visiting brothers eor
ililly invltod to attend.
P. HIQatNS, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, 0. of a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the Ind and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY IODQE No.8,g.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Jovltod to at-
n. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
Let Your Next Pay
Day Begin A
Start a Savings Account by depos
itinjr one dollar or more, and let
each succeeding pdy day find this
Interest will be paid you at the
hate of four and one-half per cent.
pea annua, compounded semi-an-nnalL.
6EB H6w QUICKLY YOUB
SAVINGS WILL GROW
Bank of Hawaii,
'Capitol and Surplus, $1,000,000
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $215,
Hotel St. , t
WE HAVE WITH US '
AT THE YOUNO.
Wed-eedaV, February 23. ,
John A. Hogs Llhito: Mr. and Mrs
l. Weber, I.lhuo: Mrs., A. Rnmsjiergor,
Now ork City; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. u
Patterson, Bacramcnfo; .Miss Ada
Tuesday,, tjtbruary 22. v
C. C. Wrlght..iil)o; Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Doblc, San Francisco; J. V. Doble,
Monday, February 21.
H. S. Johnson, T. C. Smith, 8. S.
Alameda: Mr and Mm. .1. W. Grant,
Franklin, Pa; Miss Grant, Franklin,
Pa.:.D. W. Grant. Franklin Pa: Mai.
nnd Mr. f. M, roster, LollchuaJ Mrs.
C W. Stevviul, Lollchua; Mr. and 'Mrs.
II. C. lihrcnfcls, 8ealtlo; M. H. Noble,
M. . Webb; I. Raphael, Los Angeles;
B Stevermai, San Francisco; C. Mor
ris, Hongkong; Alexander Cblsholm,
S.in Francisco; Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Ue.
Cow, Wnhlaa; J. II, Carsey, Denver,
Col.; Mrs. A. K.Jones, Lellchua: Mrs.
N. D. Iloyt, lcllchua.
Saturday, February II.
II. P. Fayo. Kekola. Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Horgaard, wnlmea; Mr. and Mrs.
A. U. Wilcox, Kauai; J. L. HJortb,
Kauai; 'Mrs. W. Y. do Vrlcs, Eleelo:
0. N. Wilcox, Kauai; Mrs. W. C. Rice,
iauaim w. u. schoonlng. Hllo: Mr.
and Mrs. C. It. Cussctto, Chicago;
Mrs. A. A. Wilson, Hllo; Mr. and Mrs.
It, P. Dickinson, Vancouver, I). C; A.
Son In. Hakalaum R. R. Elgin. Mahu-
konn; Mr. and Mrs. 1). O. Ilrown.
Springfield, III.; 8. Parkor, Jr.; Mr.
and Mrs. It, Earned; Mrs. L. M. liar
ey) Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Greenwell;
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Smith, Edmonton,
Canada. . ., , -
Friday, February , '
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. VtrAo'nm Vhav.
enne, W)o; C.,.. Tlnrms. Now York
City; Mnr;aret Harms. Minnie Harms,
Ireld Harms, Now York City; Mrs.
. wulir. Now York City; Mr. and
Mrs. T. Wclr, Salt Lake City; Mr. and
Mrs. C. It. Vance, Los Angelas, Col.;
Dr. C. A. Castlo, Los Angelos, Gal.;
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Plx)ey, Orange,
Cal.; Francis Plxloy, Orango, Cal.:
J. P. Myers. Berkeley. Cat.: E. L.
Smith, San Francisco; Stanley WhlV,
axor, Ban Francisco; u. wmtaker, San
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, February 22.
Miss A. C. Kinney. Kahuku; Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Herd; Miss Annto
Olson, Chicago, III.; Mr. and Mrs. R.
M.'Barton, Schotleld Barracks; Mrs.
Borger, Bchoflcld Barracks; Mrs. Mc-
Necley, Schoflcld Barracks; Mrs. Lew
is, Schoflold Barracks.
Monday, February 21, .
Mr, and Mrs. A. D. Patterson, Sac
ramento, Cat.; Miss Ada Horndbn,
Sacramento, Cal.; W, A. Anderson; P.
R. Zolt; Mrs. C. A. Broadwater, Hel
ena, Mont; Mrs Donald Steward, Nor
folk, Hng ; Miss K. ritch. Cleveland,
O ; Mr. and Mrs. XL II. 1cDlanc, Scho
flold Barracks; Mr. and Mrs. V, II.
Frlcdly.iWahlawa; J. B. Lalng, Ewn;
Miss A. C. Klnnty, This. Herd; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Herd:. Miss Annlo Olson.
Chicago; Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Barton,
ncnuueiu jjarracKa; Airs, uorgcr,
Schoflcld Barracks; Mrs. McNcoly,'
SclioneldUarracks; Mrs. Lewis, Scho-
Saturday, February 19.
Miss R. M. Elllngsworth. San Fran
cisco: C. Stewart. Kllauea: L..Cadwal-
ador, Philadelphia; Tt .. iCadwalader.
rniiaaeipnia; M. a. Mac me, i-nuaaoi-phi
a; Mr. and Mrs. I. Smeaton, Ko
haln; W. T. Robinson and son. Wat
luku; Mr.. and Mrs. O. P. Tulloch. Ko
hala; E. W. BarnaVd, Laupahoeboe;
Dr. A. Irwin; E. C. Vaughan, Kohala;
C. S. Wight, Kohalaj D. Y. Atkins, Ko
hala; J. Mi Ambrose, Kanuiui; Mrs.
W. S. May; L". Thl'yenln
l Stltl KTIi Afel WAV SS)
Ladies' and Children's
On Sale This Week at 'Great
See Window Display
Fort Street, opp. CathoJicChurgh v
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'n. ml?. Ao Saw .J i
meisare t6 Ihe.frtple of Hawaii i
the classified ,tonuans of tha Sal'
let in. A thirty cent lavttteent
will plact your want or wiih before
almost thirty thousand people.
lopSooe 60$, to hare Laundry
Called tor and delivered qulok,
For a hack ring up phone 405 and
ask tor Frank Daker. Stand Unloa
near Hotel St. Hack No. IT. K
If you want a good Job done on "an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaljan
carriage, rg. uo., t uueoa Ht, ,
Time spent at the Fashion Baloon Is
time pleasantly spent. Thl plnce.il f
Bometlmea known as the Two Jsc
Phone S and ask toe 'faiiitt Richard
when you want S automobile. Seven
scalid thaliare:Detroll,lote model.
Grea stamps are given (tree) wiiea
you pay cash at the itoiM. Call at
the show rooms and soe what you get
for (Veen Bumps. Berdtinlw 'Ui Fort.
Visit Jack Htberts at On Xetttflakf
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You Wilt get ooj goods in I
courteon tre&tmehl there.
Osteopathy cure when other
methods ful. Scjentiilo nmnipnV
tion and adjustment of the spin.
Drt Steen, Specialist, 1150 AlakM
Anierlean BUam LallaJry. Pkoi
SOS. Amerlesn empjeee. Lawadry
work ot every deor4ptlaa. dotkee
Cleaned and press". Popatar prices), f
Nqw 'is the time to aet'snod trail
tntothe Mood, .Order a,ef our
Barsaparllla and Iron. , Don't forget
our distilled Water, COnioIldaWl ttnda
Water Works Co. PhbnS 71.
BhauITeur Qulnn disclaims any re
sponsibility in the plate glass smash
ing stunt on King street Monday. He
says tho fault was clearly on jthe
shoulders of B. A. DaVls. According
to Mr. Qulnn, his machine did not
touch tho Davis auto In passing,
E. K.Stncknble, collector of cus
toms, has acknowledged the receipt
of a letter from the Merchants' As
sociation appointing him an honor
ary member of that organization.
Mr. Stackable was unanimously ap
pointed at the last regular meeting;
held on February IB.
AFI1E AT SEA
AntMTCAjl Wpl.i UIM 1
, VVUUUItW.SIVW ASf,! AtJ
longest leg ot the 'voyage, to Hono
lulu, was beafin under favorable
Each 'day kaundtngs were taken
from various portions of the shlp(
me temperature ot tho noia was
studiously and anxiously watched.
The fire In the extreme forward hold
was discovered after the Edward
Sowall was well along on tho voy
ago up tho western coast of South
Tlie presenco of the flro were
detected by volumes of smoke
which Issued from tho'hatcli. When
the covering was removed, tho ofll
cers and crew viewed w(th appre
hension nnd alarm the progress that
the ore bad made In eating its way
through a small portion of the coal
stored in this portion ot the ship.
It la believed that all that saved
the Edward Bewail from a watery
.doom, was the fact that she Is a steel
The Are was of such Intensity that
the. foremast, hearing its burden of
sans, rigging ana gear, fairly pelt;
cu from tne. tremendous neat. Tne
mast Is bullt6f steel.. This struc
ture was supported pthe etel keel
son, ana ai us Daset mo troasi naa
slranly crumbled as would a lece
of .taffy candy or a was candle under
The mast sunk some elihteon
Inches, Which cau'se'd Captain. Quick
and his officers and men to spring
to their stations and prepare the
lifeboats and rafts for service.
The shrouds, however, held, at
the collapsing ot the foremast, but
had thoy parted 'and the mast top
plod over the side, tho shin would
i. . ... wl r .
-nave gone gown with aii1.gn-poara.
Whea yot wast to be
Handled ritht, tlsone
CITT TBAJTUXB 00.
lMntedlA(lvi fnCnnincr thp ilrnn-
plhg of the mns't, 'the fchioufls n"1
lines wero haulej tanslit, ri,iI whunj
the Sewall came 'into the pint u Ho-,
nolulu late an Mondit evening, oil 3
bore but little appearance of having
had such a narrow escape fiuni an
Tho Edword SWAll has UCbll lliillcd
along lit tlio ttaval wharf to dis-
vhMge. Tho work will fco hastened'
tnd when completed, a general survey ,
will be made of tho ship by a com-
'It Is a lingular fact that tho portion
Ot the hold COIltnlnlllK thd lllruest
amount of Hull, was hoi In tie least request of acnernl Marry nnd suc
Jiffeeted by spontaneous combustion of cceds 'Colonel RbbcrttR. Stetens, who
iue ueai. -ino daily temperature Bhow-jjg
cu maiMne mg snipmcnt oi com was
stdwed In a comlaratUe cool placo. i
At tho placo where tho flro actually;
occurrod, .there was stored but a vory
small portion or tho largo consign
ment of naVy'eoal.
An tttamlhntlnn nf thn Knwnll mnrin
this morning thoncd that the foremast
for a dlstanco of ten to tnclve feet
had been terribly blistered through tho
grrat heat to which It had been sub
jeeted through tho baptism ot Arc.
Captain Quick Is accompanied on
this voyage, by Mrs, Quick and their
t III rejejireyt in 1
Wednesday, February 23.
No, 703. Wednesday, Fob. 23, 1010. ,
Sollna Crui Sailed, Feb. 22, S. S.
Mexican, for San IVanclrco.
Sjdrtoy Arrived, Feb. 22, Moana,
hence Feb. 6j
. Grays Harbor Balled, Feb. 22,"Ech
Admiral, for Honolulu.
Grays Harbor Sailed, Feb 22, Sell.
Taurus, for Hllo.
San Francisco Arrived, Feb. 22, S.
S. Lurline, henco Feb IS
San Franclsco-Sallod, Feb. 23, noon,
8. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
Hllo Arrived, Feb. gO, S. S. Enter
prise, for San rranclrco.
jArAtiwL w mnin
THI01N FIOI CAI
Another 4UnJtajt von 'tho car line
last night, whleli'mlght have been
worse, hqppent'd, on teretanla ave
nue npa,r thet Kaahumanu school
house. ' '
Car No. 22 was following a pilot
car within threo' Car longtbs on the
nine-point speed.' A sudden stop-4
ping of the lead car caused tho fol
lower to haul up pretty sharp to
avoid a rear-ond collision.
? A Japanese woman, who had just
rung the bell to stop and thought
the Jerked-up car was making a ser
vice stop at her station, started to J
igot on, as she was about to step
to,, the ground, , he ear suddenly
started ahead, throwing her to the
ground, She was slightly bruised
and, shaken, but otherwise not In
jured. ( t ' tm i
DANCE HALL OWNER,
HITS CABBIE NATION
Tenderloin Woman and Temperance,
w oncer jiave nor ecrap in
DENVER.-January 27. A special
to the Times from UntCejMont., says
that Carrie Nation and May Maloy,
keeper ot a dance hall in DutttS's
tenderloin, "had a set-to during Mrs.
Nation's trusado through 'the retl
llght district last night, vln which
honors were 'even, but which fur
nished plenty of excitement to a
crowd of a thousand that was follow
ing Mrs. Nation In her campaign.
Haranguing the habitues of the
district nnd urging them to lead
better lives, Mrs. Nation came to
May Maloy'a dance hall. Angered
nt Mrs. ( Nation's talk and, fearing
for ((ho safety of a number of oil
patAtlnfes which th.'e Kansas temper
ance advocate .ha'd denounced, 'the
Mojey woman' sailed, In. She tore
Mrs. Nation's .bonnet, t pulled her
h'alr, whllo her finger nails were
busy with Mrs. Nation's face. Uijt
afrs. Nation, 1n spite 6f her age, was
iiu i iuie. one swuug'aer ngui wuu
precision and force to the Maloy Jaw.
Then th'e crowd which had boen fol
lowing Ynterfered and put ah end to
the fracas. ,
p f ,
FOB TTPfi EACH WEEK
NEW Yohk, January 28. That
her husband, who Is a waiter at tho
Wal4orf-Aatprla,mAke 'llOO a weeV
In .tics, at that fashionable, and ex
penttvo hotel Is assorted by Mrs. Ju
lia Wendllng In her application for
alimony, which was heard today by
Justice Gerard, In a special term of
the Supreme. Court. Her counsel
stated that this, knljght of tho nap
(ln,i William WfendUng, xhau made
70, a week In tps and wages while
employed at Rector's rcetaVirant and
that his billet at tho Waldorf was
eVen inore remunerative. T(je law
yer declared that many waiters at
tuo waidon-Asioria avcrngea fso a
day in tips. Some days thoy recoiv -
wu iuuio lau luai uiuwuut.
SURI to bare yoar
you oaaer to the
-imas'ter to Take Office.
TTnol Frederick von 8:lirador
will take charge of Ihn afflbo of chief
quartermaster of this department
'sn the Chronicle, lie was nnnotnt-
ril In IliU Imnnrlnnt nnslttnn nl. tho
shortly to go on a four months'
Cijonef von Schrri'jr,' who has
been In charge ot'tlio transport ser
vice at this port for the last year,
has been relieved by Captain llaldl-
mnnd P, Young.
Lieutenant .Charles I). Elliott.
Thirtieth Infantry, has been ordered
to rort Harry, wncro he win net ns
range officer and assistant to the
quartermaster ot tho department rl-l
He range when tho spring practices
Major Carroll D. Buck, medical
department, U, 8. A-, left yesterday
for his new post nt Alcatraz Island.
Mrs. Buck (who nas Mrs. Inez
Shorb-Whlte) expects to bo nbla to
come to San Francisco often to take
part In tho s'oclal festivities here.
Captain Gustavo R. Lukcsh nnd
Lieutenant Roger b Black, englneqr
corps, have been ordered to proceed
from tho Presidio to Vailejo on duty
pertaining to tho survey In connec
tion with the land 'defenso project
In that Section.
The war department jestcrday or-
uereu mat uapiain William u Kei-
icr of tho medcal corps upon nrrlv
Ing nt Snn Francisco prpceed to
West Point-. K. Y.. nnJ renort to tho
superintendent ot'tlio military aca
demy for duty. v
Applicant for Chaplain. '
Lieutenant Calvin P. Titus, 14tb
Infantry, who was the first man to
scalo tho wall at Pelting during the
seine of tha't town. In the Boxer
'Cnmpafgn, has applied for an ap
pointment as chaplain In the Army.
The Division 'commander has ap
pointed tho following board of offi
cers to meet at Camp Downes,
I.evte. for tho nurnoso 'nf cxamllne
Lieutenant , Titus and determining
his fltness for such position:
Captain Henry 8. Wagner, Hth
Infantry. ' i
captain James Hanson, nth in
Captain WiJI L. "Piles, Medical
Corps. j ,
1st uicuiennni narry w. uregg,
14th Infantry. ,
l'st Lieutenant John B. Lamble,
Jr., Medical Corps. '
Olive Drab Pniform Not Perfect.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1C, The
change from kuakl to tho new
ollvo drab cotton cloth for tho
summer service uniforms of w tho
United States army is not entirely a
success. t The flint 189,000 yards
woven proved so unsatisfactory that
the manufacturers did not submit tho
product to the Government, Then
their contract for 1,500,000 yards I
WAR flllPft ntlrt ntltf'lt thn nifnrlAr.J
muster-general's experts 'turned back
nearly 200,000 jards as not up to
In casting about for a sultablo
summer uniform tho War pepurt
ment has spent nearly fwelvo years
In research, experlmontntlon and-re-Jectlcn.
It was thought last spring
that the problem had been solved,
for thp cloth which Quartermaster
General Aleshlro approved stood all
the official tests, and, unlike khaki,
It Is soft nnd pliable. The now uni
form will not be Issued to tho troops
for about a year,
, Meanwhile tho campaign to 'bring
about tho practical invisibility ot
the Amortcan soldier In tho field
seems to be about completed. Tho
first move, mado at tho outbreak vof
tho Spanish-American war, was tho
rpnunclatloh of the time-honored
blue In favor of khaki. Then ,tbo
Boors showed the British nrtny that
though thoy 'might nbt see a khili'l
clad soldier's coat outlined against
the veldt, they could pick dut his
shiny motal buttons. Undo Sam took
his cue from John Hull and changed
to dull bronze buttons.
Now the quartermhstcr-general
has found that the patent motal vis
ors worn o'n tho ollvo-cdlorcd caps of
his soldiers Is a good target for thti
marksman, as It gleams In bright
sunshine. The new Issue o"f s'odlor
caps for tho nrnly will hnVo visors
and straps or dull Russian leather.
The last bright Lit in the mako-up
of our fighting men has thus been
THE 8GHOONKR Muriel, wl'th mor
chandlso am) supplies from Ban Fran
cisco Iq roported to have arVlvea at
Honolpu on last, Saturday.
185 editorial room-i-25f bust
'nejs office. Theio are the telephone
... w. .i,w mm,.i uiiwii
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itiostiay, reuruary rz.
Couth American , potts Hongkong
Maru, Jap. slmr,
. Wednesday, Fcbrimry 23.
Knu I ports W. 0. Hall, stnir., n. m.
Newport News Edwaid Sen all, Am.
VES8EL8 TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, February 23.
MoJI, Japan Bushu Maru, Jap.
Thursday, February 24,
Mnul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Hongkong ana Japan ports Tenyo
Maru, T. K. K. S. S,
Saturday, February 28.
Hlk) and way ports Mnuna Kca
slmr. ' .
Sunday, February 27.
Seattle and Tncoma Arltonan, A.
II. 8 S.
Maul and Molokal 'ports Mlkahala,,
stnir , ii(
Kauai "ports Klnau s'tmr.
VVtdnetday, March 2.
Kami ports W. O. Hail, slmr.
Australian ports via 8uva Malta),
C-A. 8. 8
"Sun Frahclsco Aeln, P. M. 8. 8.
ThiJrsday, March 3. ,. t
Hawaii and Mnul ports Claudlne,
stmr. ., i
Friday, March 4.
Victoria Hnd Vancouver MaUura,
C-A. 8. 8.
Saturday, March 5.
Hong'konc via Jopn nports Korea
P. M. 8. 8, ,
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
unay, marcn o, ,
kaui nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala
Kaua-iports Klnau stmr.
Wednesday, r.'arcli 0.
Kauai porta W. 0. Hall, stmr.
frlday, March 11.
Sallna Crui, Sail .Francisco, Scittlc
Virginian, A. II. stnir,
I Ban Francisco Alameda, O, S 8.
,m Monday(1Marcli Mx ,
8n"n Ffanclsco 'Mongolia, P. M. S 8
. Wednesday. March JS. .
Ban Francisco Novadiin, A.-H tt:nr.
.TRANSPORT SERVICE. rJ
Bufor'd. arrived at San TraticKco fro'iu
Honolulu, Oct. 15.
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
I-ogsn,'at San Frnncftco.
ThomVia, frcm Manila for Hono!iitii
Ffb.,14., ,, '
Snertdan, ri'oni Honolulu fui illnni
and Manila, Feb. 14.
Walls are due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Por Crook, Feb. 20.
Yokohama Per Tcnjo Maru, Wnor
ICotontee Per af Altai. March 2.
vaneouvor Per Makura, March 4.
Mails will depart for the follnwlni
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, today.
Colonlcs-'Por Mnkura, Mnrch 4,
.Yfakohama 'Per Jsln. March. 2.
Vntttouvor Per Maltal March 2.
f .Lirr -f
TAKING NEARLY ono IiundredcaV
In 'passengers and, a largs umount of
'freight, tho Intor'lstand liner Mauna
Kck got nway for Hllo and way ports
rhortly aftor 9 o'clock this morning
The usual largo crowd gathered at tho
whnrf to bldy aloha to departing rela
tives and friends. Tho Mauun Koa
carried a largo 'number of Carnival 'an l
Floral Parado visitors. Tho VokboIb
falling was postponed bocauso of tho
fostlVltlcs ot Washington's Birthday.
NINETL'DN HUNDRED tons Of DrJ
cntal cargo Is duo to arrlvo from Hong
kong and Japan ports on Friday noon
by tho Toyo KIscn Kalsha liner Ten) o
Mara. Tho vessel will berth at, tho
Hackfcld wharf ant) It Is tho Inten
tlpp.of II. Hackfcld & Company to'tlls
patch tho llnor (or San Francisco on
tha following day. Tho Tcnyo Mapi
v. ill carry a fow lay-over passengers to
THE MATSON Navigation Rtonmir
WllhcrVtilna, .vlilcli Is to (sall for San
Francisco at 10 o'clock tomorpovv 'morn
ing, will tako about ono hundred cabm
passengers on tho first trip from Ho
nolulu l", ,hu coast, Tho freight list
Iniludos 'oor thico thousand tons of
rnw fciig"ar, 700 Ions roflhed sugar, 2500
bunches bananas, a thousand cases of
tinned pines and a quantity ot rlco and
THE, PAOiriO MAIL Btcam.er Asia
sailed from San Francisco today des-
i Inert Jor Honolulu, Jupou jiorts and
longkong. Tho vessel is duo to ar-j
rlvo horo on or about March 1st. As
(his vessel Is an fntcVinoillate, pteamor
nnd, a forcif;n bottom tho AiJa cm
Ijrln'g nono but lay over passengers for
f ' u t m
A REPORT has been received hero
that tho American Hawaiian freighter
Moxlcan with New York cargo for'San
Francisco, Puget Sound porta and Ho
nolulu, has sailed from tho Isthmian
port for San Francisco.
THE QANADlAN-AUSTltALIAN lln
or Moana, which sailed from Honolulu
on February 6, for tho Colonics, by
jtho way of Suva, Is repotted to hnvo
uiiivu u hum; vu juqv. auutiaj,
Tiiosddy, 1'cbruary 22,
Kauai ports Klnau, etmr, 10 p. m
Mnul nnd Molokal ports .Mlknlinli,
stnir , G p m.
Hongkong vK 'Japan ports Chljo
Maru, Jap, stnir,, 1 p. n).
WcdiieJdny, PchntaVy 23.
Hllo v'ln way ports Manna Kca,
etmr.,,9 n. ni.
San Fr'ahclsco Alameda, 0. 8, 3 , 10
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Wednesday, February ?3.
Kealla. Hanalcl nntl ports Nocau,
rlmr., 0 p. m.
KlliUB.i and ports Kuauhou, stmr.
Thursday, February. 24.
Hongkong vln Janah co'rts Hong
kong Maru, jap. stmr.
Kauai ports W. O, Hall, stmr, 5
'San Francisco Wllholmlna, M, N
88 "10 n. in. ,
Kauai ports Kcoiu, stmr, G p. ni.
Friday, February 2S.
San Frnnclrco Ttn) o Mnru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
ItaWKll nm! Mf.iil 'nnrlS Clnu'illno
tmrr 5 ji. m.
4 TUetiay, March t.
Hllo and way porto Mauna Kca,
stmr., noon. .
Kauai poftsp-Klnau, stmr., 6 p. m.
Maui hnd Molokal ports Mlkahala.
stmr., 5 p. m. .
, Wednesday, March, 2.
Yletnrla and Vancouver Manuka, C.
A.,B. 8. . .. ',
Japan ports and Hongkong Asln, P.
MrS.S. , ,
Thursday, March 3.
Snn Francisco, Scittlo vli Eleelo
Hllonlan, M. N. 0. S. .
, Trlday, March 4,
Australian ports via Suva Makura,
C. A. 8. 8
8nn Francisco Thoma3,,U. S. A. T.
Saturday, March S.
San Francisco Korea, P..M. S. S.
, Monday, March 14.
Japan porfs nnd Hongkong Mon
'golla, P. M. 8. 8.
. We'dnesday, Marthas,,
Ban Frjincleco Lurllno, M. N. 8. 8.
I PA88EN6ERB DEPARTED , I
i ' i, i !
Por stnir. Mauna Kea. for ITIlo and
way.ports. Fob. 23 Mrs. O. B. Fronch,
Urn P. k-nltfbt . MI.O T. ParVnr R A.
ISurch, tiiilo.Hnstlng8, Mrs. Grace, H.
uurui,.rs. nary uurca. airs, i unm
sey, Mrs. J J. Hicks, Mrs. W. F. Shi
mln, ttr and Mrs'., Xjiis. Furnoaux,
unn Hmun. a, uinrn, Mr. uuam, a.
W. Carter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Crabtreo, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. McPhcrion. E. R.
Thomss. J, O. Smith, Mrr. R. E. Smith.
li. J. Hudson. K. A. C. Smith, J. C.
Hummol, p. S. C'ariLL. P. Bonvllhn,
R. f. Cooke, V. A. Ijshh A. B. Brown,
Mrs.. Ilrown, L. M, ..Vetlcren,
H. , 8. Gray, J. 0. Smith, C. 8.
Cerd, T. E. Martin. Jno. McFndden,
Dr. nnd Mrs. H. P. Judd S. Slevcn'on.
Fred Harrison. II. B Mariner, W. K.
Msconlcher, 'Jphn Clark Xtrs. Oco.
Slbbe, Miss. Emily Clark, Mns Glbb,
r, and Mrs. II. Cnctlo, J. A. MctJinJ
less, C. R. Hovey, Margaret Curran,
Mips ranrtct, W. I Soar!cst Mrs.
Boarfcw, Mr. and Mrs. A. AhrcnB. Miss
Ahrcns, Mrs. n Kruso, Mrs. Jno Hind,
T. B. Bugbeo, Mrs. Geo. Cook, Mrs. S.
Carroll, Mrs. W. D. Adams, Mrs. W.
Knapp, Mr. and Mis. Mcl'eeley. A. B.
French, M, J. Curran, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. Miller, John
Lucits, F. W. Klein. , ,
Per O. B, 8. Alameda, for .San
Francisco, Fob, 28. Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. 8. Mnnnlng, Mr. and Mtb. C. P.
Hubbard, Mr. 'and Mrs., E. M. Bar
tpro. Miss B Ehmnu, Mrs. Oraw,
Mho Qrnw, Mrs. Gllllo, Miss Gillie,
Mro. S. Dun'y, Miss Ss Wilson, Miss
M. Ellison, Mr, and Mrs. Carroll,
ChnB. Ashwoll, M. Mackay, M. Llp
puncot, Miss Monros, Mr, and Mrs.
F. W. Caroy, Chns. Strutt, C. E. Ed
munds, Mr. and Mrs. T. Qraco, Wm.
Kllroy, Mlss Vun Kirk.
PASGENOERS 'BObkEO I
, Per M. N. 8. 8. WUbclinlna. for Sin
Francisco, Fob. 24, r, C. Athortcn,
Mrs Atherton, II. .M. von Holt, Mi s.
yon uoit, Mrs.,i!,M. McGregor. mIsb
ifcGrogor. J. II, Wh(to, Mrs White,
Miss Wlnne, J. Uttlo, Mrs I.lttlo. Mis i
A. L Dixon, M. A. Mooro, Col. J. II.
Rlco, Mrs. Rlco, H, D. Rico. M. J. Rlco,
Mrs. B O. Howo, R. W. Jones, Mrs.
G, E. Harvey, Mrs. I. Rnbcnsteln, E.
V. Dessar. J. M. Ruth. Mrs. Ruth, C.
M, Dcnnlston, Mrs. B. V, fl. Lovris,
Mrs. M. E, Smith. Mr. .an'l Mro. Gro.
Rons, MIhs Robs MrB. Hoggs, Mrs. II.
M, LfJile, Mips Woods, India Waion,
Mra, C. A. Ostrom, Mrs. L. H. Ostroin
Miss A. Hick, n. Lux, MIrs M. M.
Bonn, Mrs. U C. PPrry, Gon. and Mrs.
Taylor. H. Gootz. Mrs. Goetz W. Illac'r.
J3". ?C Schrclmor, Mrs .Schrolmet, E. L.
uutiinK, l . II, uraco. Mrs, uracg Mlrn
Bowman. Mr. nnd Mrs W, C. narko,
Alberj J. Arrol, R. Illnghain, C, It.
nuvcj, u, u r-ioinn, sirs. .iuinn, un3H.
McNdb, Mrs. McNnb. MIbs McNab, H.
MfdflRiigh. MIrs Mollor. Mrs, w. Mc
Cnspar. Mr. and MrsrFlsk. A. W. Uib-
Jrige,. Mr. and Mr. li. M. Brown i.
Mnexay. i, y. Krisor. Mr, and,, Mrs.
A. D, Clmnions, V, E. Spungenborrf,
Miss I. Ji", Richardson, Irvn Scott,
Snm G .Sorlf, MrB, Seirlo Jossq
Senrlq, Mrs. H, Mflckay, V. Vcro
Hodgo, C. L. Peter. A C. Elrcn.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauil
ports, Feb. 21. Rov. W. A. Short, A.
TWENTY-TWO da) g vverp icqulrod
by tho American schooner llorpalls In
making a nnssago from linnninii, in
ifirny's Harbor. TIiIb vcebc discharged
n consignment of lumber nud sailed
' ttuu4 uuiu wi January mft
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