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BVy a ' WVWHlWO IWM.WIK. WOWOLTIIjP. T. II., TUESDAY, MAR. 1, 1910.
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14 MASONIC TEMPLE fcgfrgML , J I " J -
Honolulu Lodge Third Degree.
I ML HM)AV
Rose Croix Reaular.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting mcmlicrs oi the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EMGIMEERS' othw A,,o.
BENEFICIAL A$Sn.QIATIOH. ciartons cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday cerjn5 at
7 : .'1 0 In 1. O. 0. r. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. H. MCCOY, Noble drainl.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0iKD I0DQE, Hoi Is, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
y evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
earner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
biotheri cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. a
O. F. HEINE, K.R-B,
" HONOLULU LODGE 016. B.JP..0. X.
i- Honolulu Lodge No. 61.uB.-.-.0.
:sj lT,k, meets In their hall, on-Xlng-
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday f.&i.
Ing.t ii Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attund.
E. A. UOUTH1TT, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Meets every 'first and third Thura
Jrys of eacli month at Knights of
Prtnlas Hall. Visiting brotherg cor
i , lUUy invited to attend.
p. HIQOINB, Bachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of n.
E0N0LU1U AEBIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NRSDAY 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
tend. - ' "
, W. R. RILEY, W. P. J.'
WM. C. McCOY; Beo. "
Wm. M'KJNLEY I0DQE No.8.o
Meets every 2nd and 4th Baturday
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brother! cordially Invited to at
H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. B.
r 114 acres at Kalihi Valler. with
ive-room cottage. Free water. Hen
jwnses; sianie., wen rencea. Ioeal
place for a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
jfe Waity Bldtr.
74 S. King St.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
I Qo to
I BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Wft TTiflkft "Riibher Stflmna Burlc
it Uanrllik C1r TnVpt-a nnA Tart.Cimit
! TTTATT ITTnTinTO flA TrfT.
VTAX1AJ, AUUUVi.il UU, JJiJi,
1 REPAIRS FOR
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
tit . TTinmn raw nrvatmnn
All Hinds of, Hatj Cleaned and
I ' HlnoW.,1
No Acids 'Used. Work Guaranteed
, TE1IX UBRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. 0dp. Convent,
Honolulu, T. H.
FOR WHOOPING COUGH. CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUCHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THkOAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
V.oottucd Cm1m ikf. itw MlWiaiM 4
MhwTIJC CJK. fc.e-dT.Jrd (.tovp eaaaol
tii.l Sf CmoWna li mad. Il mm aiaciu
en arj UifMl, Iratmi btf.lh.oI Mir in .pa
ttf el colibl hkVi Um throat M Kw U
coiH. It it boon to luflcictt Iran AaUtmt
Cr.aat.n I) pnwtiM amnleMt. 'j Vm
I a rurttiva and ficvcnliva in conbltVi Jmill
Creiol.na'a bt mammeadanon 41 ( g,iny
F Sala r all DratW
SmJ Po lilfor.DtKrlp
lM Dookkt. ,
Throat T .,,,, ,M j.
and anotn , (, j,.
lUtwd '-rMj lOe.
TW Vx Cmakaa Ca.
IM Fahrn Stmt,
htw Taik Car.
WE HAVE WITH (IS
. AT THC YOUNO.
Monday, February 28.
I.t. Col. V. on Schradcr, San Fran
cisco, H II. Lol. San Francisco.
Sunday, February 27.
V. Gay, Makawell; J. II. Morayne,
l.lliuo; J. V. Ncal, Kcahu; J. R. Mey
ors, Kllauca; O. Jamoson, Makawell;
I.t. anil Mrs. A. W. Hanson, Scliofleld
Barracks; Mrs. E. n. Stuart, 8. Cnro
Una; Mlsg Hajno, S. Carolina; Mrs. E.
N. Olllcsplc, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs! Flto,
Rome. Oa ; G. II. Oeterliout, C. W. Al
ger, F. 8. N. Drsklno, Mrs. E. Noues,
Mnnlla; I.t. and Mrs. D. Owens, Miss
Owens nna Mr. and Mrs. D. H. South
'north. AT THE HAWAIIAN, "'
.T'-eJay( March 1.
-Or-F, sarins New York City; Miss
Margaret Harms, New York City; Miss
..rtlnnleJIarms, JJow York City; Miss
lVloda Harms, New York City; Mrs.
K. Wulff, New York City; H. P. Roth.
Monday, February 28.1
M. Jongticrel, Wahlawa,
You will enjoy jour smoke If the
cigar 18 an Onl. The Owl cigar, is tho
beBt flve-ccnt cigar on the market. Ask
Thero Is ono way lu which jou can
conimunlcpto Instantly with your
friends and business aseoclntes on tho
other Islands and at sea and this way
-Is by. wireless.
If you want the top of your automo-
-bllo to nt and wear placo our order
.wlCb th'e W. V. Wright Co ,:l.td., King
ami South Rtrcots. Tho tops they build
aro suited to tills climate. ,
It's a cry pleaoant feeling that of
halng money In tho bank. Open a
savings, nccount today nnd see If you
don't Ilko. it. Dank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
corner of Merchant and Fort Htroctf
In case ) on Bhould meet with death
while traellng, think what It would
mean to your famUy to receive $15,000
for a $25.00 lmestment on your part.
The Hawaiian Trust Company writes
the most. liberal policies.
A display rack designed to assist
the purchuscr ot wall paper In making
a selection nnd to show tho paper us
It will appear on tho wall lias boon
Installed in tho first floor show room
or Lewors S. Cooke, Ltd., 177 So. Kiug
If Senator Elklns doesn't know now,
ho some day will that Field Marshal
Aid rich has a right to Insult a lieu
tenant' In tho Interest ot his Prtnco.
It Is a. part pf thq, discipline, . ..-,
MM. mm 1.1 i !!
Now Going On Alt
Fort Street, opp. Catholic 'Church
The value, of the cli.'"- .j a.
that it carries a real v - ab tha
a,hadf'r.,tWitMioa U mMnfr5
2K. To tt tenedkto retunu ia
,ifawaii yie m Bui 1 e t i n.'
Telep'jons tot to have Lauadry
called for and dellvBrea) oulek,
For a hack ring un Dhone 485 and
ask tor Frank Baker. 8taad Ualop
near HoUl St Haek No. t7.
IT you want a good )ob dim ok an
I auto or carriage take It to Hawaltaa
uarnace Mfg. Co.. 41? Queajo t.
Time spent at 'the Fashion Saloon ts
time pleasantly spout. Thla plataj la
somotlmea Von saTthe Two Jmjs.
Phone a and'aak for Maauel Rlohard
wtitn you Vant aa automobile. Bavea
suated Chalmers Detroit, late model.
Ladles who attend the grand
clearanco sale at Dlora's next Week
will nnd that It is a money-eating
sale. t '
Orno sUmpa r atvta (trat) vhac
you -pay oaab at toe'itois. Call U
the show rooms and see what you gat
for Green Stamps. Beretanla at. Fort.
Now la thn Umi In aiat akA Imn
Into tho blood. Order a ease ef ear
Sar;rnta and Iron. Doa't forget
'J"aistllted water. OonsolldatW M4&
water worm Co. rnone 71.
A. W, E. Thompson has wirelessed
to this city from tho Alameda, .now
m route to the Coast.' to the effect
that he will fight the Alden Dcsso af
fair against Rosenberg to the end.
Mr. Thompson was called suddenly to
the Coast on account of serious Illness
In his family now at Los Angeles.
Pak Hung Soon, a Korean, was no
ticed hanging nrdund King street last
night and Chief McDumo happening
to drop oft a car, spotted tho man. On
accosting tho Korean It vu found that
he was carrying a fine silk kimono In
which were wrapitcd several articles.
Tho Korean could give rio clear ex
planation of tho goods In his posses
sion and has been booked for Investi
gation at tho pollco station.
HOW WOMAN WAS MADE.
According to a Hindoo legend, this
Is the proper origin of women:
Twashtrl, the god Vulcan of the Hin
doo mythology, created the world,
but on his commencing to create
womnn ho discovered that for man
he had exhausted all his. creative
materials, and that nqt oho' BOlId ele
ment bad been left. This, ot course,
greatly perplexed Twashtrl, anil
caused him to fall Into a profound
meditation. When he arose from It
he proceeded as follows; He took'.:
The roundness ot the moon.
The undulating curves ot the ser
pent. The graceful twist ot the creeping
The light shivering of the grass
blade and tho slenderriess ot the .wil
low. Tho velve'ty softness of the flowers.
The lightness ot the 'feather.
The gentle gaze of the doe.
The frollcsomeriesa of the dancing
Tho tears of thVcloud..
The Ihconstantcy of the wind. i
The timidity .of the hare.
The vanity of the peacock.
The hardness ot the diamond.
The crtlelty of the tiger. ,
The heat of the fire.
The chill ot tha snow,
The cackling of tho parrot.
The cooing tit the turtle dove. i
All these ho mixed togettier and
formed a woman.
And hepresented her to man. i
Crook. lnJnort. Feb. 27,
Duford. arrived at San'Fnehelaeb from
Honolulu; 'Oct. 15.
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
Ijntrnn it RAfl ralnViam J
Thomas, from Manila tor fllbubliilu.
Feb. 14. ,,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Outlin
and Manila, Feb. 14. .
Bulletin Briiineai Office PhomflM.
bulletin EditoriaJ Boe ;JtLejim.'
to Visit the
. i .
When von want to be
Handled right, phone tout order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jaj. H. Lore,
thr MAtcv ,.,!. rf Pnntnln w.
V. . Jacobs, In command of the Unit- " made upon the steamer, Tho Hy
ed Btatei revenue cutter Theili wlil ! WW aIso be fitted with a wire
Uatn With pleasure that he lus been less plant capable of taking and re-
promoted to the ItaBca, ono ut tne
atactic ships connected with tho
nvy. Tho order calling for the trans-
iti-- Mlaln J . t0 niY- .il?
Matton camo yesterdaj. Captain Jhc-
obs wlll.remaln at Honolulu only for
sufficient tlmo to complete his reports
upon the work connected with theap-
prehension of thb Japhneso bird
(toachers. Lleul. II, W. Pope will bo
placed In tcmDorary chirge of tho.
TWO INTtfR-lSLiAND steamers
sailed for Hawaii jibrts at noon today,
Tho Hawaiian band was prcrtut at
'" BlM"urV: '" MU"U" ", l""",b
a inn quota or passengers, a largo per-
rentage bf them being tourists bound
for the Volcano, sailed for IIIlo via
way ports. The Kona and Kdu liner
Mauna Loa, with many passengers lor
tho Windward ports along Hawaii, car-
rled a good sized general cargo.
THE UNITED STATHS army tra.-l"
partment In the Philippines, i sched'
uled to aall for Mantlt direct nt 5
o'clock this evening. Tho csscl wilt
omit calling at Guam on the present
trip While at Honolulu tho crook,
took' on a .shipment ot about a thoj-
MARCH 3RD IS (he date set for
the departure of the American-Hawaiian
lino freighter Virginian from
Puget Sound ports. Tho Virginian Is
brlngln out a large general cargo from
Ne'w York by tho way of Tchuantepoc
and San, Francisco. Tho cbsc1 should
arrive here on or nbout March 10th.
THE BRITISH freighter Glenshlre.
with a shipment of nearly five thou
sand tpns of coal, ts reported to havo
sailed from Newport News the middle
of February, with destination as Ho
nolulu. Thb, vessel should make the
trip from tho 'Atlantic coast port to
Honolulu 'within sixty days.
BETWEEN TEN AND TWELVE
tons ot cargo Including sugar, and
other products will leao the Islands
by the Amorlcan-Hawallan freighter
Arlzonlan. This vessel Is now hero
discharging general cargo and fs ex
pected will sail for Knhulul, Kaana
pall'and Hllo on Friday.
IT IB REPORTED that the Ameri
can bark Andrew Welch with a full
line, ot .general merchandlsq nnd
'relrht frrmt. ttan Francisco will sail
for Honolulu by the latter part ot tho
wee, xuc jvnarcw vvoicii ivu ncru
a nionth aao with a nart shlnmcnt
ON SATURDAY; the Canadlan-Aus-trallan'llner
Makura sailed from Van
couver for Australian ports via Hono
lulu and Suva. Tho vessel Is due to
arrive here on or about Friday" Over
thjrty passengers havo booked fcr
passage to the Colonics by the steam
er. A CABLE received by Agent Morse
representing tho American-Hawaiian
lino annbunces the arrival ot tho
steamer Novadan at San Francisco
this morning. This vessel loft Hono
lulu with, a quantity ot sugar and'oth
er lines of Hawaiian products.
IT IS EXPECTED that the jCmo'ri-
cah-Hawalton freighter Alaskan Will
got away from Hllo today. Thla veB
set has been gathering up a large
shlpmont of sugar at' the other Isl
ands. Tho Alaskan proceeds to Sallna
THE ARRIVAL of .the Ocoanlo
sfeame'r Alameda Is reported at San
Francisco this 'niorntng. The vossel
sailed from Honolulu .with a largo
gehoral cargo qt Hawaiian products
and a fair list ot .passengers.
, THE A.-II. freighter Mexican, with
New York cargo via Tehuant-jtec, ta
reported, to havo arrived at' Ban, Fran
cIbco yesterday. . The Mexican Will
llroceed to 'Seattle and thenco to Ho
nolulu to discharge.
to . i, '
iHII.O Is tho, destination of the bark
R. P. Riihet which vessel Is expected
to sail from Ban .Francisco within' a
few daya with a cargo Ot merchandise
ADVICH3 FROM South Bond;
Wash., stain 'that the barkentlne Ma
finwclt 'went hard and fast on a sand-'
bar whllo trying' to aall Into tho' har
bor. It was stated that tho vessel
grounded add wan lpft co that, sto'
wsli well nish hlch arid Ah at low'
tide. Tho 'advices state'd 'that an at
tempt yas'niado oh high tldo by two
tugs' fn$m Gray's Harbor to got the
Makawell afloat, which lator was suc
cessful, and she arrived at Raymond
later and will load for Brisbane The
easel was In ballast, twenty one days'
from Honolulu, when gho arrived,
ByVRKNTINB BUCjCS galo. A
southeast galo -hampered the1 passage
ot the barkwitiha S. G. Wilder all tho
wn"y from Honolulu, frdtniwnbnee she
fan 31 days to imVporr. Hays the 8. F
Exanilher, Captain JackBdn; de'clarod
It 'was oner of tho:lorftteat.BtfotchcB of
Uo'rmy weather ho had encountered
or .eomo iimo too ryimuc oruuH'ii
in laou bagB of sugar tor wauiams
Dlm9nd L Co.
A REPniORrtATJNO nlant will. ho
Installed Into trio MaUon Navigation
'stcamor Hyades, which vessol haaHut(!nlnsoli SUg Plantn" Co to E
SUBE to hare.yonr
Phone 1S2. !
lieeh but recently acquired by Hint
company. Tho Hyades Is now at Se-
attic, wnero cxicnsivo repairs arc ue-
celling messages at long distances,
th n recent rhlrtlne about of sklnters1
riallUjri James Russell, a well knbwii
' maritime man, has been pro-
.,.,., . ,K k,i,i ik. n,,,,,
raolei t0 lho brldKeof tho Hyadea.
, , , ,..., ,.
' u v "" ...... ...-.
'ic HSrk 8t Kathcrlne, 1000 tons, nnd
tho bark Slntraii, 1495 tbns, have
been purchased by F. B. Peterson of
Ban Francisco. Tho former vessel
lias long been engaged In tho trade
hit r en San Frnnclsco' and the fin-
walfan Islands, nnd the Blntram has
bcm n tho Aaga Balmon c'arrymg
buslncrfs Tho futuYo business of tho
. .. ., ..,
"soI,, ls ""certain.
' . ,
THE ANNUAL statement of the
Hamburg American Steamship Com
rany, now made public, Bhows a dll
fdcnd (or i909 of 0 per ccntii aB against
' ? " . ".19"8' jl"
:iS VOOO. compared
$3,950,000 tor tho preceding year.
THE CONTRACT for extensive re
pairs to the United States revenue
cuUer ijcar haB beon awarded ,0 lne
ifoorb it Scott Iron wdrkB at whose
Oakland shipyard tlio treasury de
partment ship Is now l)rng. The work
to bo dono Includes extendi; o alter
ctlons of tho quarters. Tho' repairs
will cost about $U,000.
PORT LOUIS, Island of Mauritius.
Feb. 11. A steamer Vhlch had been
dispatched for a wldo search for tho
British India Steamship Company a
steamer LoOdlana returned today, hav
ing found no trace ot thcS mlsuln'g cs
set. The Loodlana sailed from here
January 10 for Colombo with 10 Eu
ropean and "70 natUo passengers.
NOTICE .TO MARINERS.
NOTICE TO MARINERS "PIGEON
Notice Is horeby given that tho
charactorfstlcjof the light at Pigeon
ljnt Light-Station, California, was
temporarily changed Tobruary 15,
1910, to fixed white, pending repairs
to the Illuminating apparatus. The
tegular characteristic will bo resumed
nbout Mrffch 15, 1910, or as soon aa
the repairs have been comploted, of
which duo notice will be given.
NOTICE TO MARINERS" , 1AN
PABLO BAY CALIFORNIA.
Notice ts also gltcn that Maro Isl
and Utralt Light, San Pablo Bay, Cal.,
wns permanently discontinued Febru
ary IS, 1910.
NOTICE TO MARINERS BLUNTS
., REEF CALIFORNIA." ,
Nottco ls given 'that Blunts Reef
Ltght-Vcsscl No. 83 will bo replaced
by Relief Light-Vessel No. 76 ,aboh.t
March 10, 1910. The change will bo
temporary. The relief light-vessel
will show lights and sound signals
having the same characteristics as
hoso of Light-VOssel No.. 83, now on
the station, excepting that each of tho
two lights will be' shown from fbo
tbreo Jens laqtorns encircling the
mastheads at a height ot 46 feet abovo
the water and.lslblo 12 ml lea In
clear weather, the observer's oye 15
feot.abovo the water, ,
t Rollef Ught-Vcsscl.No. 7G Is a flush
deck soam, vessel,' has two masts,
Fchobner-rlggod.'no bowsprit, a black
rmokestack, aand a steam whlstlo be
tween tho masts, but differs from
Light-Vessel No. 83. In.baMng all vis
ible' nartB from the bow to thb middle
of tlie fordmhst, and 'from Uie middle
of tho mainmast aft, painted red; all
Vlslblo parts between the fore' 'an; d
oiaia maBiB, iuciuuwib mu uiiauiu
third 6f 'ekch (antern mast, white.
Tho daymarks at the mastheads, liave
five vertical stripes, tbreo red and
two wnito, ana on the spnngstay, mid
way b'ctweeh the two masts.thero Is an
nvtil ffaOmtiVl,rv.,tnnn u.tiliAMnrf liln
I'c'd Vertical stripes. Tho number
"76" Is In white on each bow" and'each
quarie'r, and In black on oach sldo ot
tho spnngstay daymark. Tho word
"RELIEF" Is painted. In; large black
ltt'ers an ther nilddle of each side.
Abou( March 4, 1910, the number
"83" wll be painted on each quarter
of Light-Vessel No. 83, and tho color
of her boats will be changed from
white to red.
REAL ESTATE TZOttAVitOSS.
Entered.' foKBtco'rd1 Fel ft, 1910,
From.lO:30 a. m, to 4:3u p. m.
D L Kelilpulo Jr and wt to R
W Kalalauwale D
R W Kalalauwale and wf to 16-
, ano Kuahiwlnul D
It W Kalalauwale and wf to Noa
papallllll ,....!..,. D
r' W Kalalauwale and wf t0
Mrs Huno ... i . D
Cecil Drown, tr, to JoeqUlm C x
Orllho ., ., ., ,-r.' D
8tephen Andrews and wf et at
rto Joaquin C Grlllo . . .'.... D
Joaquin p Grlllo and wf ,to San
Antoniq 'ort 'Bent Socy of
'itaw ,. f .......... . M
J K, Kekaula pt talutp Hutchin
son ugnr ,'ianin uo ....... u
VE88EL8 TO ARrtlVE
Mojl, Japan Koan Maru, Jap rtmr.
Wednesday, March 2.
Vlctorln and Vancouver Maltal, C.
A. S. S.
Japan ports and Hongkong Asia, P.
M. S. 8
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, for Ban
IVnTtftfann Mar 1 1!. Mr. ntlrl Mm. I
Dtckcrson. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Spit-'
zer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Maynard, Mrs. C. S p, m.
H. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., S p. m.
Carpenter, Miss W. Dickson, MI63 Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahala,
A. Anderson, T. O. Ollmore, Mrs. stmr., B p. ra,
S.eale, MIbs Wood. Miss Glidings, 4 prWiCM' naAHYen T
Miss Hedden, Mr. and Mrs. P. Mac;- .PagWgfTQaTip.DWyWTKP 1
farlane. Miss Blalsdell, Mrs, C. A. p,,, m'r, mSuna Kc'a, for llo and
ninlsdell. Mrs. Fred Snow, Mls8nr March 1.aco Bpencor
Eleras. Miss G. Wodman, Mr. nnd 'poaVy, A. , 'Carter and party, Mlsa
Mrs. F. 11. Damon, Donald Ross, Mr. e. Ttrrkham, A Carter. G. N. Mc
nnd Mrs. .James HarY. Mr. and Mi's. Murray,Mrs. UcMurray. Mrs. F. W.
L. -Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Thrum. Mrs. "X. Horner, R. W. Atkln-
IfnVoa Mrs M I MrHlll Xtrn J. M. ,.' . .t. ' .a r. .
.MiShrlcy, J. L. Ruse, II. D. Rice, V.
N i AJ ?L. t TV
land. Walker and Storom, Mrs. A. Ij. CrooflVa'ter" Miss 8. Fitch, Mrs. 8. M.
Black, Dr. and Mrs. T. R. MeNab, spender, JcancttS 'Spcnce'r, J. H. Mc
Mr. Jacobs. 1 . 11 I Connolly Mrs. McConnell, L. P. Bon-
Per M. N. 8, 3. Lurllno, toi ah viiip, Tlfoa. Bellamy, J. A. Crowley,
FranciBcd, March 15. J. Ucano. Mrs. A, n. Watland, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
C. E. Cox, Mlssi Wlnno, Mrs. Murray ,lMrh M Rhnrm.n Mr. J. 11. Ml.
Shipley. M" BMlflW. Mr; and Mrs.
O. P. Cooke, Mrs. M. Snow Mr, and
u ti. iTn,innvnn.i Mr. nnd M.
W. P. Jaryls, Mrs. O. A. Harvey. Mrs.
J. A.Scott, MIbs Mary Allen, Edwin
uennor, Miss A. m. Alexander his anq sirs. oppxinsi.Mra.svv. mcubsk
Baddaky, Miss A. Anderson. Mrs. W. ell, Mrt. fBogga, Mrs. M. P. Clarke.
Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mueller, Mlsa Mint L. Bouldln; O. W.'Poavy'. Mr. and
Olddlngs, A. C Burdlck, O, P. Bur-M. z. K, M7ers. Mr. rind Mrs. O.
dick, S A Tolan Mrs. J, A. Noble. 0rdway tfffi OrdWBV,fMra. R. V.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Rt E. 'i.. .,.. tiJ.t tt!u rV
Smith, M. Dredge. C.'a. Stewart, J. ' "" Miss "Kye?, P0 C. K. Vlo
McSourlcy. J. McGlll. F. W Kolm-lto."-' 9r. n AhrSn'iK"-.JV?.r' Ml"
Miss Bachman, Misa Drybread. J. S.Gass, A. D. Patterson, Mra. Patterson,
8pltzen Mrs. Spltzcr. Mr. Martini),
Mrs. J. L. Campbell. MIbs C. Camp
bell, Mlsa I. Flemmtng. James D. Dole,
E. R. Sbagg H. P. Dickenson, Mrs.
Dickenson, Mrs. A. Blatt, L. M. Spen
cer, Miss W,. Dickson, I C. Moon.
in rbBEmv Wimf , 1
Tuesday. March 1.
MULKILTEO Balled Feb. W- ". D.
Bendlxsen, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCOi-Arrlved, Mar. 1:
11 a. in. S. S. Alameda, hence Feb.
8AN FRANCI9C6 ArrlVed Mar.
S. R. Novkilnn henen Feb. 1.
THI BalWd Feb. 28: 8. 8. AlaWan,
for Sallha.Cruz. ,
Monday, February ID. 1
VICTORIA Sailed Feb. 26: 8. B. Ma-
,kura. for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Fob. 27: B.
, 8. Cascftdb., fbr Honolblu; .
NEWPORT NEWS Salled'Fcb. 20: B.'
8. Glenshlol, fpr Hopolulu.
TWO IfXIPS TUDAY
ON CITY STREETS
At noontime today a butchers wag
on rounded tho cornor ot King and
Fdrt street and ImmedlatolV was
blanketed between a Rapid Transit
car and an automobile. It wa's'a tight
fit and for a few seconds It appeared
as ic thero must be a serious acct
dont. . ,'
Tho drlvor, of tho moat cjnvoyor
sawthe danger and lumped claar. Ho.
had a narrow cscajio as ho rolled over
between thb auto and the car and
nearly was hit. However, tho' tangle
was cleared up without any serious
injury to anyono, or' damago to any
ot the three vehicles.
Then at ono o'clock n team of two
Horses, attached to a'surrey, BWunsi
arouhd tho opposite corner of King
and Fort Btrcet and nearly capsized
ag It' hit the edgo of tho sidewalk. All
tho people in", tho vicinity noticed tho
rapid pace tho eurrey rounded 'tho,
corner at, and a nasty nccldont wgg
nhlt, Ainrtf(l tiV Bfwl luplr.
Bherirf Jarrctt Is determined that
Bdmethlug will be done about 'fast
driving over crossings, and as soon as
one brarich ot speed artists Is .cleared
up, another dangerous crowd will havo
ta mind their pg and qs.
When the New Yo'rk housowifo goos
forth to piirchaso her Friday nieal Sho
hears when, she asks tho price as
thrilling fish stories as ever wire told
by hor jmnband. . 4
Bulletin Busineas Office Pa'oha.Ua.
tnll'Hn. Kditorial Rnom ThPilRB
Van Hao and wf tlel
E Van Hao and wf to Kau Ag
ricultural Co Ltd D
George W 'Lincoln and Wf 'to
Nym M S Llndiey .........
A F 'Cooke and wt to Augusta
Bchoe'atrig ,....... D
Richard II Trent, tr. to Vlctotla
B Buffandeau .u ,,..'Rol
Territory ot Hawaii to Hono
lulu Library & Reading Room
Assn , 'D
Entered for record March 1, 1910,
From 8:30 a. m, to 10:30 a. m.
Henry Wnterhouse Tr Co Ltd
to Map o( Frultvalo , . Plan
Elizabeth K GUIIIand and hsb
t6 L I. McCandlcss D
Mis Kaouohl GUIIIand to L L
McCaildless ,, AL-
Wllllatn R CaBtle. tr. to Countv
of 'Oahu . , D anil ' Mr 'Rel
Mwers & Cooke Ltd to WUIIanl
It CaBtle ,,..,
Est ot Bornlce P Bishop by tra
to Malalfu Kahdknulla' Ex
Monday. February 28.
Kauai ports -Noeau, stmr C p. m.
Tuesday, March 1.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea.
stmr.noon. v ,
Kona and Kau porta Mauna Loa,
ttmr.Vnoon. , ,
! Honokaa and Kukulhaelc Llkellkt,,
strar.. 10 am
(Mah'ilkonf and Kawalhao Iwalanl.
synV., noon , .
VE88EL8 TO 'DEPART
Manila vla'Guam Crook. 6. 8. A. T.
dBn( Mr, Murphy, Mrs. Donald Stow-
"4 "-. ? ,Wood.Mra, O.
j y w j c M ,
' T1' ' .w,'. u.
Kona, Mr. and Mrs; B. R. Wlllard, Mr.
"d Mrs. Kruse,,J, F. Rosenflold, Mr.
Meyers. Mr, ahdMra. C.a. Pratt, Mr.
miss iaa iternaon, t-
Per stmr. Mauila Loa, (for Kona and
Kdu ports, March 1. Mrs. A. G.
Hawcs, Jr., F. R. Green'we'll, Mra.
Cfr'cenVell,, Mlrs M. TJ. JIVllson, MaJ.
Hach. . , , ,J,,,
i'cr stmr. 'Klhau, forjCaual ports,
March 1. Miss Rhodes,CVrs't F. Gay,
Mfes Edith Meier, II. P. Baldwin, H.
A. Baldwin, J. P. Cooked
Tor Btnir. Mlkahala, fir Maul and
J. tfakjUeka; Mrs1. Hansen. Dr. D. H.
CuVr'le Un. Currli 1'
j I PAWgyCER8 BOOKED I
Per u'. 'B? A11. T. Crook for Manila
iir Tl I
Lt. Benjamin Lewis, U. 8. M. C. Lt
livlc P. nnkston. U. S.TI. C. and U.
q.J). Brnlth. Second jSaTflry..
1 Sail; ,r v f
' JMaTla1 pro dii'eiat H6nolulu from
points as folloVs:,
SarFran'cl'sccIer Asln, March 2.
Connies Per Malta!, March 2.
Vancouver Per Makura,, March 4.
Yokohama Per Korea, March 8.
Malls, Wilt depart for the following .
points, a follows:
8an .Francisco Per Korea, March 8.
Yokqhamn per Asia, March. 2.
VancouverPer, Maltal, March 2.
Colonies Per Makura, March 4,
. VAUJABLE JEWEL
. Out. at tho Moana. hotel an active
soaroh has been Instituted for a miss
ing diamond and omorald brooch which
was lost or was stolen from Mrs. mc
Fecly, a Wealthy tourist who Is stay
ing at tho hotel.
Last night Mrs,. McFeely took a
stroll attor, dinner and sho remembers
eyory step, she made. Chief ot Detoc
tlv'cs McUuttlo was called In on the
caso na 'It. was thought that It might
be ono ot robbery. -The chief quickly
decided thit tho brooch wad lost acci
dentally and not stolen.
Mrs. McFeely remembers strolling
from the dining room tq the front door
of tho hotel, audjjrom thero returned
by tho path ,to tho pier, along which
Sho walked, to .tho end. Upon retiring
to her, room sh'e founu that thb brooch
was missing, and at onc'o'an active
search was instituted for It. How
ever, nothing was found ot tho arti
cle, and.it was decided to muko tho
mattor, public. ,
A reward of $100 has beon offered
for any one wio will .return tho
brooch, n'n'd It w;ould appear that
Bwlinmcrs and surfboard nltm would
havo a good chahcb of finding tho
Jewel which Is probably along under
neath, tho plor Bomowhoro always
providing' that' the brooch was not
Stolcn pyoho ol ' th'6 sllght-of band
mdn who are .reported to havo arrlyed
on a recent transport.
Tliat riaftiord verdict Just about
settles ttlo question Of strikes. Tho
w-ay has been paved foV decloilng
leaders who call a strlko to bo In a
conspiracy Ih J-Sstralrii of trade. Paste
this proiinocy'up In ypbflaw book and
We 'JUdge from the 'chastened' at
titude bMphnni' 'Kllrig that a Bea
ton In KahBaa ,ly IS k ii'oor substi
tute for 'tho' excitement df baseball.
Gathering ,ln the spoils at the rate
of 2 1-2 cdtils it cue Is not nearly
-r -ragV-j - '
A shrowd mah calls your attention
Id IHo Silver ilnlnfe of the Cloud thon
D 1 pnfcebds lo bor'roW your umbrella.
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