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OUR PL AH is to
Leahl Chapter No. 2, O. E. S.,
Hawaiian Third Dcnrce.
All vieltltic moiubers of the
Order nru cordially Invited to
attond meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
manic cuciucrcc -"
Beneficial association, datiaa cor-
sjf dially invited.
k HARMONY LODGE, No. V, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday (ivcclng nt
(Z:U0 lu I. O. O. I Hall, Tort Street.
E. II. IinNDRY, Secretary.
'H. E. MCCOY, Noblo Grand.
'All visiting brotnora vci-y cordially
If 0AKU LODGE, No, 1, K. of P.
Meets overy first and third Tri
nity eveulng at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner Tort and Heretanli Yls'"n8
biotbera cordially lnrlted 'to attend.
WM. JONES, C C.
0. r. heinu, t:. n. ,s.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B . P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, 13. P. O.
, Elks, meets in their hall, Von King
Elrect, near Fort, evory Frldft y even.
lag. Visiting D rot hers aro curdlally
Invited to attend. v
E. A. DOUTUITT, l R, v
H. C. EASTON, Soc'y.
HAV7AIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Jl Meets every first and third Thur.-
Br 5 3 of each month nt Knights 01
jPl'thlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
f?HIilly Invited to attend.
P. HIGOINS, Sachem.
v B. V. TODD, C. of II.
HONOLULU AEIUX 140, F. 0. E.
Mcpts on the 2nd nnd 1th WED
NESDAY vonliigs of each month at
7:0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Jleretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Incited to at
tend, w. n. nn.ny, w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
,Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,X.ofP.
Meets every 2ud and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 0 clock In K. of 1'
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Hcrotanla. Visit
log brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYI.OU, C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. S.
B00KS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
, BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexnniler Young Bide
We jnake Rubber, Clamps Buck
J Handle. Self Inkers nnd Fac-Simile,
' watt uTinr.nrc nn ' tttv
1 wu, U uv, m.
Paved, Water Mains
sell only a limited
iiuro wnczx prioo will oe
VE IIAVEiWH US
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AT THE YOONQ.
Friday, TebVuary 25, 1010.
T. Mncfnrlniio, Konuj A. n. Groon
Thurtday, February 24.
n. S. IOKoitli, Sin Francisco.
' . Wednesday, February 23. ,
John A, Hogg, l.lluio; Mr. and Mrs.
P. Weber, Mime; Mie. A. Unmiurgcr,
Now York Cltj , .Mr and Mrs. A. D.
Patterson, Sacramento, Miss Ada
Herndon, Sacramento. f
Tuesday, February 22.
C C. Wright, Hllo; Mr. and Mr. M.
A Doule, San Francisco; J. W. Doblo.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, February 23, 1910.
Mrs. J. 11. NoWlle, I)cner, Colo.;
Mrs. It. N. Strong, llener, Colo.
1 uesaay, reoruary .
Miss A. C. Kinney, Kahuku; Mr,
' and Mrs. Thomas Herd; Mis Annlo
Olfcon, Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. It,
M. Ilarton Solinflel I llarracks; Mra.
llorger, Scliofleld Ilarracks; Mrs. Ma
Noeloy, Schoflcld llarracka; Mra. IW'
Is, Schofleld Ilarracks.
Complcto new lino of post card nnd
Iihotn albums In seal leather, burnt
leather, cloth nnd paper coiers. Ho
nolulu Photo Supply Co., 1010 Fort
Clothcso that am worth djelng nt all
nro worth djolng properly. You can
bo assurod of tho ury best results if
ou let tho IYench laundry, 258 Doro
tanla street, send our dothe3 to thp
F. Thomas Djelng Works, Snn Fruu
At 10;30 tomorrow morning thero
wilt bo VAn Hour With Emily Dlck
lllton," ht tho Kltohana Art Leaguo
looms. Tho nddress will bo given
by Mrs. W.. V. Frcar.
Yer got tor uso dlscrlmlnatn In
fills world. Thero nln't no sonso In
li'Jamln' a j oung porker fer1 makln a
hCK of himself. Iloston Transcript.
Ladies' and Children's-
On Sale This
)R.eductiohsi ,7 -' '
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Sec Window Display - i
Fort Street, opp. Catholic .Chur.ch
number of lots at tkia I ' s ilCT NOW. Tako Waialae oar to snbdivi.ion and pick your
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The Hawaiian jSqf-jDd.
1 1 ff ? UP V
LOCAL AND GENERAL
1 One cent a word will carry vour
mesiaec to the people of Hawaii in
the classified columns of the Bui-
e l " A winy ceni investment
-will place your wantiort wish before
almost thirty thousand people.
Telephone E03 to havo Laundry
called for and dellroied quick,
A gang of men wngset to work thu
morning- taking donn the pasteboard
city of the Elks' Trail.
For a hack ring up phone 405 nnd
ask for Frank Dakof, Stand Union
near Hotel St.- Hack) No. 57.
If 30U want a god Job done on nn
auto or carriage take. It to Hawaiian
uarnage Mrg. uo., 427 queen St.
TImo spent at the Fashion Saloon Is
lime pleasantly-spent. This place It
sometimes known as the Two Jaccs.
i-nono s ana asic ror Manuel menard
when ou want an automobile. Seven-
seated Chalmers-Detroit, late model.
Water has already been struck in
the second artesian well now being
sunk at tho Ueretanla street pumping
Green stamps are given (free) when
you pay cash at the stores. Call at
the' show rooms and-so'hut you get
for Qreen.Stamnii. llrtanU ur. Fort.
Geo. Kaea announces 1 In tho classi
fied for 'sale column, tlnu lie solicits
orders for dry and green awa root In
any quantity. .
Now is tho tlmo to got good Iron
Into the blood. Order a oass of our
Sttrsnparllla and Iron. Don't forget
our distilled water. Consolidated Soda
Waterworks Co.- Phone 71.
Lionel Hart,i who was mixed up In
an attempt, tqjburn an oil warehouse
In this city somo three years ago, lias
been released from prison, his term
Warning Is given by the Associated
Charities ot this city against a blind
Portuguese who, Is begging, being led
by 11 boy. Tho -Associated Charities
stato that the beggar is receiving-help
irom that institution.
A now firm under tho title of O Luso
NowBpaper Co. has taken over tho In
terests ot tho newspapers O Luso and
Llberdad. This now company, It Is
understood, will launch a new Portu
guese newspaper In the near future,
The electric lights, nlong tho Palolo
road wero lighted last evening for
tho first tlmo. -.Jit has taken about two
ears to get' tills line of lights estab
lished, and tho residents are thankful
that It is all over now, as thero will
bo no more feeling their way along
the road on a dark night
At the called meeting of tho oxec
utlo committee of the Territorial Re
publican Commlttco for last night,
there was no quorum. The selection
of a national committeeman to sue
cccd Judge. HobortBon was' to have
lecn a feature of tho meeting. On
Monday thero will bo a 'noon meeting
of tho committee.
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Week' at-Great , .
the Kaixnnki Car Line
Laid; Excellent View, Absolutely No Rook ,
- i.s7. v.' v i r - n v
When you want to be
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
NO ARRANOnMENTS havo thus far
been hmdo by Captain Quick for tho
repair of tho foremast of the American
ship Edward Sewoll, which vcbscI met
with trouble through a spontaneous
combustion of lnflammnblo Pocahontas
coal, cairled as cargo. Tho vessel Is
to be surveyed, following thu dlschargo
of the naval station fuel, nnd It will
then bo decided as to- what course
should bo pursued.
THE JAPANESE liner Tcno Maru
from the Orient with general cat go
nnd Astatic passengers, will go nlong-
sido tho liackrcld wharf upon nrrlval
this afternoon.. H. Hackfcld & Co.,
tho local representatives of tho steam
er, expect to dispatch the Tcnyo Maru
for San Francisco tomorrow morning.
About a dozen layover passengers will
sail for tho mainland by tho steamer.
IT IS RUMORED that becauso or
tho big carnival recently held at Ma
nila, the Paciflo Mall steamer Korea
sailed for a return trip to San Fran
cisco, some three (lays lato. The lpcal
agents for the'ltekmer profess to have
recclvod no such advices, howover.
Tho Korea Is duo, according to sched
ule, on March 5, with a general cargo
from the Orient.
THE TOYO KISEN KAIPIIA Utei
Hongkong Maru is expected will sail
for Japan and China ports this after
noon. Tho vessel has been discharg
ing about two thousand tons of fer
tilizer, brought from South American
imrts. Tho vessel will Ball from
Bishop's wharf. ' '
l TWENTY-ONE DAYS "wero con
sumed by the American bark Saint
Kathorlno In maklnn tho passage, rrojn
Hllo to San Francisco. Tho vessel
brought a largo general cargo to the
Islands and returned to the Coast with
shipments of sugar.
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting shipment
includes the following consignments',
according 10,0 report brought hero by
the steamer W. G. Hall: K. 8. M.
160S; G. & R 2050; M. S. Co., 8000;
K. 8. Co, 7000; K. P., 6010;' II. M
6412, G. F., 3815.
M AFTER HAVINO discharged it full
shipment of fuel oil for the Associat
ed Oil Company, the. American ship
Marlon E. Chllcott sailed for Gnvlntn
lit 10 o'clock this inornlnc. Tim ypi1
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nas uecn at tho port since Monday.
THERE IS accommodation fornbout
a dOZGn liasspncnra nn thn PnnnilUn.
Australian llnor Mal'tal, which is now
proceeding from Australian ports to
Vancouver and Is expected to nrrivo
at Honolulu on next Tuesday.
ORINDINO has commenced at Ha
waiian Agricultural mill at Kona. Ha
waii, according to a report brought to
Honolulu by tbo officers ot tho stenm-
er Mauna Loa. The mill commenced
operations on last monday.
PURSER FrtlELE of the stcamor
Mauna Loa reports (tho following sug
ar awaiting at Kona and Kau ports;
Punajuu 1350; Houokaa, COOO; Ku
kulhaclo, 2CC; . Kukalau, 4087; Paau
Ijnu, 1600; Paaullo, 2000,
THE STEAMER Nllhau was dis
charging freight at Honokaa and tho
Iwatant leaving cargo at Kawalhao at
tho tlmo of departure ot tho steamer
Mauna Loa for Honolulu,
1 - nt
THE SAILING.of the barkontlne S,
O. Wilder from San -Francisco for Ho
nolulu Is repot ted 'hy' cable. Tho ves.
sel Is bringing general merchandise to
the Islands. 1 -
THE AMERICAN bark Annie John
son, which recently lert Hllo for tho
Coast, is reported to liao arrived at
San Francisco yesterday,
COAL IS now going out of tho Amer
ican ship Bdward Bewail, which has
boon boithed at the No, 1 Naval wharf.
, , , lot antt save tne aavanoe in price. n
SURE to have" yonr
COFFEE MADE up the larger part
of tho cargo brought from Kona und
Kau ports -this morning by Ilia luler
Island steamer Mauna Loa. The ves
Be brought 15 cabin and 47 deck pas
sengers nnd Included In. tho freight
list was 350 sacks coffee, 74 sacks
tare, 11 barrels oranges, 11 crates fish,
51 bunches bananns, 20 balcs'hldvx, .12
head cattle, 14 hogs, 10 cratos chick
ens, 1 outo and 120 packages siindtles.
Tho Mnuna Loa met with light winds
nnd Bmooth seas In crossing tho chan
nel. REPRESENTING approximately 16,-
070,558, vessels leaving tho 'port of
Aberdeen during 1909 carried 472,509.-
423 feet of lumber. Of this 54.437,81.1
feet was shipped to foreign ports, 49,-
200,000' feet to California ports anil
8,871,577 to coastwise ports other than
In California.! From, these, figures it Is
estimated that the total lumber cut ot
Gray's) Harbor during 1 1909 will ap
proximate 610,000,000 feet, a figure
' THE American ship Hawaiian Isles
2041, tons.- a good vessel with a fine
Tecord, fqrmerly owned by tho Matson
Navigation Company, has been sold to
the Alaska Packers' Association for
$60,000, which Is considered a great
The Hawian Isles paid her last
visit to the' IslandBi early last year
when sho arrived at Kahulul from San
Francisco Jan. 9, J.909.
AT 8 O'CLOCK last evening the n'jvv
Matson Navigation liner Wllhelnlna,
en route to San Francisco, was 133
miles .off the port. Tho vessol was
steaming through smooth seas and ov
er) body ropoited well on board.
Per Ktinr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo nnd
way ports, March Lr-Geo. Spencor
heavy, A. W. Carter and party. Miss
W E. Tlnkham, Ed Carter, G. N. Mc
Murray, Mrs. McMurray, Mrs. F. W.
Thrum, Mrs. A. Horner, R. W. Atkln
son, Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs. N. E. Jor
dan, Mrs, Murphy, Mrs. Donald Stew-
erd, Mrs. Hj P. -Wood, Mrs. C. A
nroodwator, Miss S. Fitch. Mrs. S. M.
spencer, Jeanctte spencer, J. II. Mc
Conncll, Mrs. McConnoll,-L. P. Bon
illou, Thos.i Bellamy, J. A. Crowley,
A, it. wutland, Mr. and Mrs. W. II,
Heen, Mrs, Sherman, Mrs. J, II, Mai
ley, W, J. Cooper, Mrs. Cooter, II. A.
Kona, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rj Wlllard, Mr.
and Mrs. Kruso, J. r. Rojsendeld. Mr,
Meyers, Mr. and Mrs.- C. A. Pratt, Mr,
and Mrs. Tompkins, Mrs. W. McCask-
cll, Mrs. Doggs, Mis. M.- P. Clarke,
Miss L. BouldIn0. W. Peavy. Mr. and
Mrs. Z. K. Myors, Mr, and Mrs. C,
Ordway, Miss Ordway, Mrs. R.i V.
Hajes, Miss Hayes, P. Pond, C. K. Vic
tor, C, It, Ahrcus, Mrs. Foster. Miss
Gass,. A. D. Patterson, Mrs. Patterson,
Miss Ida Herndon.
Per stnu. Claudlno, ror, Hawaii and
Maul ports. F. Baldwin and family,
u. N. l'onu, llcv. E. G. .Sllva, Mrs.
Omsled, O. W-Carr, A, Ahren, E. F,
Moseley", U S. Conness, J, Garcia, Mrs.
Garcia' J. flaptlste, D. Caroy,
Ter T.j K. K. S. 8.' Tcnyo Maru, for
Han rranclsco. M, H, Tlsberg, Mrs,
Eisborg, Mrs. Ellon Withers, P. deiC.
Morris, Rev, and MrB, L. B. RIdgelyj
Mrs. M, L. Ogdon, B. Sherman, I. Ra
Por stmr. Mauna Loa, ,for Kona and
Kau ports, March 1. Mrv A. i"0,
Hawos, Jr., V. It, Oroonwell Mrs.
Groenwell, Miss M. B. Wilson, MaJ,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
March, 1. Miss Rhodes, Mrs.i F. Gay,
Miss Edith-Melor, H, P. Baldwin, It.
Al Baldwin, J P. Cooke, ,
vper stmr, Mlkahala. fort Maul nnd
Moloknl ports,! March 1. J; Kluge,
J. Nakaloka, Mrs. Hanson, Dr. D, II,
Currle, Mrs. Currlcj
Por M, N, S. 8. Hllpnlan, for Ban
Francisco via Island ports, I. A.
Black, Mrs. A. L. Black, Albort Ratrh,
I 1 J -1,'rt t 1 VI M.l,)l)H I w -
H1 I H..1 I '. , I W
1 1 Friday, February 25,
' Hongkong via Japan ports Tcnjo
Mnru, Jap. stmr.. noon.
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VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, February 25.
MdJI, Japan Bushu Maru, Jap.
stmr. ' v '
MoJI, Japan Koan Maru, Jap ftmr.
Saturday, February 26.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Koa,
c Sunday, February 27. t
Seattle and Taooma Arlaonon, A.
II. 8 8. .
Maul and Molokat ports Mlkahala,
KaiMl ports Klnau stmr.
8an, Francisco Crook, U. S. A. T.
Tuctday, March .1.
8mn Franclsoo Asia, P. M. S. 8.
WadnMday, March 2. s
Kauai Iporta-jW. G.JHall,.itntr. '
Australian ports via 8uva Malta!,
C.-A. 8.' B. 1 , 1
Thuraday, March S.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
Friday, March 4, , A
rlontkonc via Japa nporto Korea,
PM. 88. . -1
Vtetoria and Vancouver Mal'ura,
C.-A. 8. 8.
.Saturday. March G. ' ki '
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kta,s.
tmr. , ' -w u 1
1 Sunday, March 6.
Usui and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
stmr. . , ,w
Kaua Iports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, March 7. 1
Manila via Nagasaki Thomas, U, S.
A. T. ..',
WcdnMday, Worch 9, -;
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. S., 8.
" ' Friday, March 11.- t
Rallna Cruz, Ban Francisco, Seattle
Virginian, A. II. stmr. ,
Ban Francisco Alameda, O. 8. 8.
- 8unday, March 13.
Snn Francisco I)gan, U. 8. A. T.
Monday, March 14.
8m Francisco Mongolia, P, M, 8. 8.
Wadneaday, Mareh 16.
San Francisco Nevadan, A.-II stmr.
Friday, March 18.
Sun Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
8. 8. '
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T.' K. K. 8. S.
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tcnyo Maru, T, K.
K. S. 8. '
Thursday, March 24.
Pugct Sound ports Moxlcdn, A.-H.
Monday, March 23.
Ban Francisco Korea, P. M.t8. 8.
Hongkong via Japan portB Siberia,
P. M. S. 8.
Tuesday, March 29,
Australian ports Marama, C.-A.
Ter s(mr. iMauna Loa, from Kona'
nnd Knu ports,. Fob. 25. W. B. Frost,
J, B. Custla, Mrs. Y. K. Alono, L. Mac
farlane, D. L. Steward, T. W. Grelg, J ,
Ouspar, 'VY. W, Chamberlain, M. P.
Mattos, Mrs, Mattos A. L. Gi-cenwell,
O. T. Brlto.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
i Friday February 25.
8AN .FRANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 24:
. Bktno. 8,. O, Wilder,' for, Mahukona
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived., Feb. ZAl,
Bk, Annie Johnson, from Hllo Feb.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 24:
1 St. Katherlno, from Hllo, Feb. 3.
YOKOHAMA-rArrlveil Feb. 25: S.-S.
Manchuria,) lienco Fob. '14. j
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Feb. 25: S. 8,
Cleveland,, henco Feb, 13. ,
Thursday,-February 24, 19101
San Francisco Sailed, Fob. 22, 8.
B. Virginian, for Seattle.
San Franclico Arrlvod,. Feb. 2k,
noon. 8. 8. Mongolia, hence Feb. 18.
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,"Gren wealth has Its Inevitable
'penalties," writes a sociologist. But
jmost people,, sociologists Included,
uru wiiuiig 10 vay uie penuiiies.
83 Merohant St
Thursday, February 24.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr, C
Friday, February 25.
Oav lota Marlon Chllcott, Am. sp,
a. ni. - -
j. , , , , 4
VE88EL3 TO. DEPART
' ' Friday February, 25,
Hongkong via Japan ports Hong
kong Maru, Jnp. stmr.
Hawaii and Maul parts Claudlna
bUhi'., 5 p. m. .
Saturday, February 26,
I San FranclFCO Ttnyo Mom. T. K.
K, s, s.
Sunday, February 27.
ManUn via Guam Crook, U. 8. A. T.
. Tuetjdey, n'rcti 1,
HIo and way iiorts Mauna Kea,
.Kauai porta Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal torts Mlkahala,
stmr., E pm. . , ,
Wednesday, March 2.
Ylctora,pnd Vancouver Maltal, C.
A. 8. B. ,
' Japan ports and Hongkong Asia, P.
M. B. 8. r t .
Thuraday, M,arch 8.
Ban Francisco, Beattle viu Eleelo
Illlonlan, MN. 8. 8.
i .i, Friday, March 4.
Australian pcrU via Suva Makura,
C. A. S. B. -
Saturday, (March B.
Ban Francisco Korea, P, M. 8. 8.
,. l Monday, Mareh 7.
Ban Franclsoo Thomas, U. S. A. T.
Sunday, March 13.
Sallna Otfuzivln Port lAllen, Kahu
lul nnd HUo-rArJUonan.iA.-H. stmr.
Manila via Guam Logan, U. 8. A. T.
.Monday, March 14.
Japau ports -and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. B. S. , (
Tuesday, March 15.
Ban Francisco Lurllne, M. N, 8. 9.
Wednesday, March 16.
San Francisco Alameda, O. S. 8.
Friday, March-18. t
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Friday, March 25.
San, Francisco Siberia, P, M, 8. b.
Sallna Cruz via Port Allen, Kahulul
and Hllor-Virglnlan,.A.-H. 8. 8.
Saturday, March 28.
1 San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 28.
Hongkong and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. 8.
' Tuesday, March 29,
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. 8. 8.
Per Btmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Feb. 24. II. Isenbcrg, J, 'M.
Lldgate, A, 8. Wilcox, Mrs. Wilcox,
Mr and Mrs, F. Wpber, D. Woodward,
1 Mallna, Mrs.Mallnn, Mlsa Paisons,
q. A. Rico, Mrs. Rico, II. P. Fayo, O.
H., Wilcox, W, Fisher,. Rev. W. B.
Short, A. McBryde.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. f
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Duford. arrived at Sun FranUtco from
Honolulu, Oct. It.
Dlx. a,t .Manila, Jan. 10. '
IxIji, at,8an Francisco, y
Ttiomaa,.from Manila for Ilouolntii,
Fab. 14 ,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Oiuni
and Manila, Feb. 14,
iMails'arr aua at Honolulu froai
lotnts a. follows:
5an lYanolsco Por Crook, Feb. 26.
'Yokohama Por Tenyo Maru, tomor
ColonlM Per Maltal,. March 2.
Vancouver Per Makura, Marh 4.
Mails wilt, depart far, the following
points as follows:, m
Colonies Por Makura, March 4. 1 I
Yokohamar-Per Asia, March. 2. 1
Vancouver Por Maltal, March 2.
Some men nro kept bo busy boast
ing ot what they are., going to do
Hint they .have no time to do any-
l thing, Philadelphia Record,