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BVBNING BUIXETrN. HONOLULU, f. .11., SATUnbAY, MAR. C, 19X0.
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" . - $25 down, $10 a month for
WAIALAE HEIGHTS LOTS
On the Kaimuki Car Line ,'v "'..
Streets Paved, Water Mains Laid, Excellent View, Absolutely No Rock ; ;
is to sell only a limited number of lojbs at this I ACT NOW. Take Wnialae car to subdivision and pick yo
. figure when pii'ees will be advanced
lot and save the advance in price.
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iHonolulu Lodge Third Degree.
Rote Croix Regular
Perfection SpeclaL ,
Aloha Temple Regun
All visiting membcrs-uf the
Order nro cordially lnv'led to
.attend meeting! of locaUadges
Meet on the
tt X. V. Hall
7:30 P. M.
kBtut rumurpfiM aicmusia ui
mine cnointcna .,-
CKribiAL AV.ttlMIUIlVciationi cor
.. SAkMONT L0D0E, No. 3, L 0. 0. J?..
Meets every Monday evenlngt
in i. u. u. i. nan, fon oif.vh
G. It. HENDRY. Becrota'r'j'.
H. E.. MCCOY, Noble Grand..,; ...
. ' . jcrinc.
'All rlsltlng brothers very cordially.
(0i6D lODQE, No. 1. K. of J?.
w Meets every nrst and thtrd Pvh :
&r.y!evenlnE at 7:30 In K. of r. 0111,
earner Fort and Deretnnla. visiting
'A ,'' blotters cordially tnvlted to attend.
?,4;, i WM. JONES, C.C.
( v "O'T.'HKINE, K. Il.8;
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; gOHOIPLTT I0DQE 616, B. P, 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. O.
' .."inks, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Fort,,e,very Friday even.
lnr. "Visiting. Brothers are cordially
' InvlUd-toaUsnd. .
Ijf " B. A.DOUTHITT. B' B.
B. O. EASTON, Bec'y.
S.IUYAnAN TEIBE.Ho. 1. 1. 0. E. M.
Meets. every tint and third' Thuri-
'.iys ot each' month at Knights "it
Pythias nail. Visiting brothers cor
t Alftllr Invited to attend.
-' "" "P. iiiadlNS, Sachem.
v" I E. V. TODD, C. of It.
I0NpLUHJ AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
M.ots on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:3Djo'clock In K. ot P. Hall, .corner
H.rfitAnifl .nil Trnrt atriAtii
'",Vllltlng Ea'giea,are Invited to at
w. n. niLEY, w.'p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. 31'KINLEY LODGE No.B.KofP,
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' ''L'Jr Ma ita nviiro 9n4 'nh ith aitAtv
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event ig at 7:30 o'clock in"K."or v.
Hall, cor. Fort and Dorotan'la.f Visit
ing I -others corcjlally lovltcd to, at'
H. A. TAYLOR, C. .C.
R.ii -t 15. A. JACOBSON. K. R
BROWN, & LYON CO., LTD.
fc-iu Ffll('AUU1' AuuxiK uiu;,
kWeSninKc 'RubDer'Stamns Back
iHandlefScJf Inkers' and l Fac-Simlle,
llf NICHOLS .CO., LTD, "
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WE HAVE WITH IIS
Friday, March 4.
W. W. Goodale, Walalua; W. Sav
Idgc, Thco. Ranncson, Portland, .Ore.
Thuriday, March 3,
Henry St. Obar, San Francisco; May
Vandcrbcrg, Sari Francisco;- .'Amy An
derson, Maul; L. Barkhaifsen. 'p. n.
Pratt,, Boston, Mass.; jd. ,H. Desson-
BKyj san rranclsco; Mr. and-Mrs. E. J.
Kllpatrlck, Chicago; "Mr, 'rind' Mrs. 0.
liuckston Drowno, London, Eng.; Miss
WnttvManchcsterj'Eng.'; Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. Bursh. Los Angeles. Cal.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday,' March 4. '
Robert H. Lo Diane, SchoHeld Bar
racks. .,..: "Tuesday, March 1.
i'. uicni; ia. E. Koblns, Charlotte,
Canada. ' ' i
Wednesday, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Drury, Tacoma,
PURSER PHILIPS of tho Inter-
Island eteatricr Mauna Kua arriving
from IIIlo and way ports this morning
reports tho Matson Navigation stoam
cc.Entcrprlso and Amorican schooner
iJoharat Hllo. Tho Entcrprlso has
1wnn .'.tnlA VAil In frattlni Aivnv nwlnfr
tohe.-look' of sugar. Tho Wllhelmlna
hloli;Ift thb-Hawall metropolis somo .
.dd ago apbarently cleaned out all
too. sugar -Intended for the Matson
vessels'. The A'qha Is loading tics for
i-tiVER TIHRTEKN thousand sacks
ofsHawall" Hngar1 Is duo to arrive at
iloaolula, tomorrow by tho Inlcr-Island
.steaniers ' Maul arid tho' Helena. 'At
TnCTIfiTo ot tho departure of the Mnuna
Kca'for Honolulu 'Iho Msul was tak
Inn uii' cattle nt Kona ports and had
Jfr0O-sackB,'Kukalau Bucar on hoard.
Jfr0O-sackB,'Kukalau sugar' on board,
The steamer Hileno was at Kuwat
hao taking on Parker Ranch cattlo
and this vessel had' CSOO sack's ot Ko
hala sugar for Honolulu.
THE PACIFIC "MAIL liner Korea
was 948 miles off the port at eight
o'clock last evening and reported
Bteamlns through clear .weather with
light easterly breezo'and gentle swells.
Tho Korea Unexpected to'arrlvo'hero
oh Monday noon 'from the Orient.
SAILING FROM'HILO via Island
ports with a targe shipment of sugarl
tho American-Hawaiian freighter Co
lumbian Is' reported lo'havo 'arrived at
tho' Isthmus ot Tehuantepec on last
Wednesday. '" s
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Now GpingjQn At
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
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' the value of the classified ad is
'that it carries a real message to the
reader v It specifies something that
the reader .is interested in learning
arid for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To get immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin,
Telephone SOS to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
Tho federal trial Jury has been ex
cused till, 10 o'clock Wodnesday morn
ing. If you want a good lob done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
'Carriage Mfg. Co., '427 Queen St. '
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon Is
time',' pleasantly spent This place li
sometimes known as the Two Jocis.
Phono C and itsk'for Manuel' Richard
when you want an automobile. Seven-
seated ChalraersDotrolt. late model. -Whitney
& Marsh aro showing' a se
lect assortment of Infant's and chil
dren's dresses, caps etc., both machine
' All the members ot the Kaahumanu
Society are requested to come to the
meeting on Monday morning at 10
o clock at the usual meeting place.
American Steim Laundry leads In
sanitation; excollciiro of work. Rea
sonable' prices, QOIck dullvery. Ex
pert laundry 'work In all branches.
Regal whlto ooz pumps for women
are all tho style. They surpass all
others .in fit, appearance, and wearing
quality. Price H at Regal Shoe Storp.
, Now is tho time to get good Iroji
Into the blood. Order a easi of our
Sarsaparllla and Iron. Don't forxet
our distilled water. Consolidate! tinda
Watpr Work Co. Phono-71.
iiC v.:j.r, - -r "j-- ,-- v
- 1110 uumnesH man requires a oracer
to properly get through ihe day and
'Vere '? n01,"'" " "f oracyr ino inai
cemparcs wiin a cockiui as made ai
the Criterion, corner of' Hotel and .Be
There' Is no noro comfortable '.hotel
In Honolulu than' the T lot el Majiestlc,
corner of Fort and Bereta'rild 'streets.
The rooms aro coo), well cared for
arid comfortably furnished arid the rent
Is. reason ablri' '
On Monday the now and handsome
ly furnished hotel The Donna, 1262' to
1282 Beretanla Avenue will be onencil.
Thcro are 30 Utstefully furnished rooms
with all conveniences. The culslno and
service' wljl bo of 'tho'hlghest stand
Captain Jacobs, of the United States
Revenue diittdr' Thetis, has Issued In
vitations to' a' farewell dinner, which
h'o'wlll'gjvo tomdrfow, an''ho 'sails by
the Korea to take comnmnd of 'a train
ing Bhlp on the 'east coast., This will
bo a stag party and, covcrb .have been
laid for twelve.
,Carl Ailulf Hundolp Is suelng or di
vorce from his 'wlfo, Maggie, on the
g'rohnds "of cruelty, hard'dtJhklng and
neglect of thelr'chlMren. Ono'ot the
children 'Is' said to? have died owing
to tho way In which Ita mother had
neglcctod'to give It nourishment. Leon
M. Strauss la .attorney for tho hus
to Visit the
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When you want to be SURE to hate your ' '
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
POLICE J1RT AND
' DETECTIVE DOINGS
This morning at tho police court
Antono B. Freltas wns charged with
Hrif.mli; : i; m rfn'Jiii,K
and ordered to find bonds to tho
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amount of 11,000 to keep the peace to
ward his family. Falling to procuro
bonds," Frclt'ds "was sentenced to im-
tirlsonmcnt for four month
'The caso' ,1b 'ri rovolting orio. and-a
r i, ,J i,T,r. , h?..iy iti. J.f r.w,fe' E. It. Wlllard nnd wife, C. C.
to 00 an Inhuman brute. His unfor-i ' ... ,. ...., . ,-.. ,.,
tunate wlfo hased an awful lito owing (Kennedy and wife, Mrs. ioung. Mrs.
to his cruelty; rnufat ono time when TevCB lllrce children, A. Hanne
she was In a dcllcnto conditions, bur 'berg, C. Wolters, Ml3 Fleming, Miss
hnaliand Is said Ho" havo kicked hor
In tho sldo and caused an abscoss to wife, W. K. Macomber, F. K. Arch'
form. Judge Andrade gave Freltas cr t. Marks, W. E. Kimball, T. Ku-
!Lf.!TCr!j?Cl"re T thcrC ?0es notkul and wife, II. W, Mist, Jno. Hind,
appear to bo much .chance of nnyono .. . , ,j' n...-,
putting up .11,000. bonds for his good R,ov-, J'W- i' ' "' ?T'
behavior; teh' Wan will havo to serve blood' Mrs. 11. P. Wood, Ng Chic,
a .well deserved sentence. ' Lee Kul, II. L. llolsteln, A. W. Car-
George Ferfelra. who was charged ter, J. E. Hlgglns, J. E. Jorgensen,
with stealing two bicycles, camo up for V. von Saggen, D. II, Case, Mrs. E.
trial and, although his attorney plead-. Hart, T. S. Choy. Mrs. Choy and two
ed hard'orhlni,jJdgcv Andra,do, sea-. children. T. 11. Painter, A. Weill, II.
tenced him to thirty .days, .on one;,. b ',, ,. p.nnldwln nnd wire
charge, and a suspended scntcnco or "a"0"0'". p-0a,',lJwl nn,a, '
thirteen months on the other. Tho Mrs- J- 'Morse and child, H. Aloxan
sentence was considered, a vory light der D- - Mn'
one by thoso whoiknow the Ins audi Per C.-A. S. S. Mnkura from Van
outs of tho bicycle- stealing that For-couver and Victoria. For ' Honolulu :'
relra. Is aljegcd la havo Indulged in
lor Borne tune past,.
' 'Ah Bun took no noto of tlmo yes
terday' nnd, consequently, 'had to ap
pear 'In court this morning charged
with' drlvlrig a swlir'wagon through
the 'streets of tho'Clty after the' hour
of nine o'clock. :iTho Chlneso waB
flnn.t $6 In nil for tho offense.
Chief McDurQo Js still working on
the church thief proposition riri'tl ho
has narrowed tho possibilities down to
threo nferi. Tho trio Is being watched
closely andplt Is' thought that beforo
long tho right man' Will bo trapped.
' Qeorgo Kala has been dlsmlssod
from his position of deputy Jailer it
tin gounty prison,; ana jt Is up to tho
County 'Attorney to decide It any oth
er steps be taken In,, the dftulr,
SUGAR FACTORS CO;
Tho total amount ot sugar shipped
uythe Sugar' 'Factors Cb., Ltd., since
Dec. 1, 1809 Is 116,000 net tons. Of
this amount 83,000 'tons 'have reached
tho markets. The balance, vis.' 33,000
tons is still afloat "
Of these 116,000 net tons 74,000 tons
havo been shipped by tho American
Hawaiian S. S. Co', for tho'East, 7,000
tons by the Cape Horn sailed, and the
balance 35,900 tons for tho Pacific
Tho estimated sugar shipments for
1910 are 448,380 tons. ,
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Ono of tho" advance guard In tho
auto speeding caser camo up for a de
cision" this 'morning' at tho police court.
F.' Lewis, who hadpleaded not g'ullty,
eaHy In tho" week, and' who had tried
td provo an alibi, .was found guilty by
Judgo Andrade 'and fined " $25 with
13.50 costs. Tho half dollar was added
AS' (he case went to trial; If Lowls
had 'pleaded guilty lio would now bo
fifty contB better off,
A VARIETY' of Hawaii grown nro-
ducts ar'rl'vod' "n, 6o 'freight lst of
the steamer Mauna Kca from Hllo
and way ports this morning. In addi
tion to a full list of .efibln passonkcrs,
tho vessel brought a dock'ldad'of'Bhoep
rium'borlng '25i! hend Sundries to tho
number 'of f42' 'packages' 'also 'nrrlv
ed. Tlie .vessel' root' with .strong trades
ana neavy norin-casi swells pn cross
InS the channel,'
HAWAII SUflAR awaiting shipment
according to Purser Philips of the
steamer ftauna Kca Iricludes" tho fol
lowing consignments! Olaa, 1000;
Whlhkoa. 3500)""' ijf'awiiUjll), 150,0;
iiiu,- 4200; Hakatau, 1000; jjaupahne-
Jhoo, 5000; Ookala, 1200; Kukalau (D),
3740; Kukalau (H), 3579; Taauhnu.
4700; 'Honokaa, 5000 "Kukulh'aele,
4000; Punaluu, 6550; Honuapo, 1353.
Por Btmr. Mauna Kca, from Hllo
and way ports. N, McMunny nnd
wife, Miss A. Jeffreys, Miss I. Hen-
don, II. D. Tctterson and wife, E.
11 IIviIa nnl wtfn A 13 Thtimnnl.l
Thos. UeUoway, J. A. Crawley. A.
- Wnllana. A.E. Walther, G. F. H.
XlAuara t . nVillliia n it tt I f A MP1
W. McCaskell, Mrs. S. Boggs,' Miss!
M. II. Tinkham, Mrs. Foster, MI33
Ivas, U. 0. Hayes, wife and 'on; Mlsa
Hayes, II. s. Qiay, J. II, Joynt, N.
Qlddllngs, Geo. Sherman and
C. Cameron, Zeno K. Myers and
fuisses uoane, t.'j; u.,t;(wper,,lJ. yen
ner, W,, Wolls. E. Stanley, B. Peoples.
Mcsdames -Robertson, Rclfo, Ross 'and
child. Dcane. aordonl Casey. K. Y.
'Noble, Bclton, Lady Herron, Stanley
anll2 sons, Peeples, Bacon; Messrs.
F.,Ross, J. U Gordon, W. N. Belling
or, 'O. II. CaBcy, A. Cooper, ,11.) II.
Clarko. A. Lamo. W. 1 Stanley. H.
W. Kimball, L. B. Peoples, G. .II. Ba
con; Miss Sherman;. Mesdames Llud,
Lord and 2 children. Amusscn! Messrs
J. I.lnd, J. Schmltz, J. Gardner. J. Yea-
man, P, Motzlcr, W, L. Bailey, Trot
Malls are ouo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Bah Francisco Per Lurllno, March 9.
Yokohama Per Korea", March 7.
Vancouver Por Makura," today.
Colonics Per Marnma, March 29.
'Malls will depart lor the following
points as follows! - "
San Francisco Por Korea, March 7
or 8. "
Colonies Per Makura, today.
Yokohama Por Mongolia, Mnr' 14.
Vancouver Per Marama, Marcli 29.
Crook, from Honolulu for' Manila,
Dlx, at 'Mnnlla, Jan. JO.
Logan, at Ban- Pranclsco.
Thomas, from Nugasaltl for Honolulu,
February 22, ''
Sheridan, 'arrlyed .Manila .from Hono-
, lulu, March .3. u
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, March 4
SEATJLE SaJJed, Match 3; S. S.
Vfrginla'n, for Honolulu.
SAN FRA'NCTBCO Arrived March 4,
j a. m.:a. a. icjiyo iaru,-iert veu,
'2ft ' " " '
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived,. March 2:, S.
S. Columbian, from Hllo. Feb., 17. '
' '- 4
Per O. S. 'S. Alameda, for San
Francisco. Mar. it'. Mr", a'lid Mrs.
blckerso'n, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bpit-
zor, wr, ana Mrn. Maynard, firs, u.
H; Humphrey, Mr. and' Mrs. J. R.
Carpentor, Miss W, Dickson, JMiss
A.' A'ndefsqn, T. G. Gilraorc,1 Mrs".
Seale, Mlsa Wood. Mss'"Glddlngs,
Alias Hedden, Mr. and Mr. P. Mac
farlono, Miss' Iilaisdell, h)n. C.' A-
IHalBdell, Mrs. Fred Snow, Miss
Elerass, Miss a. Wadman, Mr. and
Mrs. F. II. Damon,' Donald Ross, )Mr.
and Mrs. James Harvy, Mr, and Mrs.
L. Muollcr, Mr. and Mrd. R. J.
Hayes, Mrs. M. J. McGlll.'Mrs.' J. M.
MtSurlcy, J. L.iRuW'II. D.'RIce, p.
A. Hlaclt, J. A. Crowley, A. Jl. Malt-
land, Walker and Storcm, Mrs. A. L-.
Black, Dr. nnd Mrs. t. Jt.' McNab,
Friday,, March 4.
. MoJI, Jnpan Busliu" Maru, Jap.
stmr., 9 p. m.
Saturday, March .5.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr., 7, a. m.
Vancouver and Victoria Makura,
? A- 8- a- 10 " m-
VE8SELS TO ARRIVE
Sunday, March 6. , '
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokaf ports Mlkahala;
Monday, March 7.
Ban FrancUco Korea, P. M. 8. S.
Manila via, Nagasaki Thomas. U. S.
A. T. ' "
Tuesday, 'March 8.
Kona .and ,Kau por's Mauna Loa
N Wednesday, ".'arch S.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
San Francisco Lurlfnp, M.rfJ- 3. S.
" Xhursday, March 10
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudtno,
Friday, March 11
San Francisco Alameda, .0. B. 8.
' Saturday, March "12.
Hllo vla'wny. ports Mauna
Sunday, March 13.
Sallna Cruz via', port" Allen. 'Kahu'
lul and' Hllo Virginian, A.-H. stmr.
San Fjanclscor-Logan. .US.'A. T.
Kauai ports Klnau,' stmr.
Maul and Molokat ports Mlkahala,
,M,onday, March. 14.
San FrahclBco Mongolia, P, M. 8. S.
Wednesday, .March 10.
Kauai' poHb "iV. 'd? llajl, Btmr.
Thursday, March' 17.'
Hawaii 'and Maul 'ports Clatidjno,
stmr. "" " .... j '
San Franctsco-js'ovadaii, A.-H.stmrf
' ' "Friday, March' 18.' ' '' "
Hongkong via Japan porta Nlppo.i
Maru. T. K. K. S. S.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
' Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tonyo Maru, T. K.
Thursday, March 24. '" 1
Pugct SQlind ports Moxlcan, A.-H.
stmr. . ,. ,
Saturday, March 26. ,'
San Francfscb'-Wilhclmlha, M. .N.
6. S.. '
Monday, March 28,
Hongkong' via Japan ports Siberia
p. m! s.'s. " '
Tuesday, March 29.
- Australian ports Marama, C.-A.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca for Hllo and
way ports, March 8. Miss E. Hnlula'ril,
J. K. ParlB, E. Bartlette, Thos. E. Wall
M. Gardner, R. W. Atkinson, Geo'. Id.
pcck',",Mrs. Jordan. Mrs. Murphy, Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. W. Cartor, Mrs. S. M,
Spencer, Capt. Forsyth, Lieut. Morris
on, Dr. Edwards, C, F. Rosa, R. 0.
Mathcson, Miss A. Rosa, Miss H. ifa
pal," Mrs. Jnq. 3. BJIss, Mrs.. Jas. W.
Vail. Mrs.' Brooks, Miss Brooks", ,Mr.
arid Mrs. G,' W. Peary", 'Mr. "and Mrs.
Thos. Weir, C. Drury, Mrs. Drury, F.
JJ.'Clark, Mr. and Mrs. M.. Victor, Mrs.
!. J. Gouvea, J, G. Dunn. '
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED
I- . ': r -. ' ''. i.4
Por' stmr. Claudlno for Hawaii and
jmui pons, marcu f a. v., Aneonp,
jas.K. Hart, R. S..H0smer M. Sparks;
Pi O. Riley, W. F.Fr'ost, Miss E. J. ail-
Its. Miss I. M, 'Pope, Mrs. F. Marks,
Miss E. Malonoy, Mrs. Dickson.'
WITH' A L'AltGE GENERAL cargo
for the, Hawaiian Islands, tho .Amerl
r.aii-IIawallan freighter Vlrgln'lnri fioni
Sallna, Cruz by" the way, of Ran Fran
Cisco nnd Scattlo 'Is reported to havo
sailed from pugot Sound on Thurs
THE IATEST WIRELESS from tho
United States Army transport Thomas
received hero Is' to tho effect that the
vessol will arrive off tho port on ,or
about ten o'clock Monday morning.
The vesBDl Is' coming from Manila by
mo way ot nagasaKi, jnpun.
83 Merohant St
' Friday, March 4.
Sallna .Cruz via Island ports Arlzon
Ian, A.-li, S. S 5 "p. m.
Hawaii via' -Haul ports Claudlnc,
stmr., 5 p.?m. ' '' f '
VES8EL8 TO DEPART
8atuday, March 6.,
Victoria "ahiT Vancbuvar -Makura,
C.-A, S, S 0 p. m. '
Monday, March 7.
Hongkong via Japh 'nports Korea,
P. M. S. S.
San Francisco Thomoa. U. S. A. T.
'Tuesday, March 3.
Hllo and way ports Mauna. .Kca,
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
,'Kauat ports Klnau.t amr. ,.
Thursday," March 0.
.Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March 11.
Maul and Hawaii ports ClauJIno,
Sunday, March 13.
Manila via Guam Logan. U. S. A. T.
Sn'fha, Ctfuz via "Port' Allen' Kahu
lul and' Hllo Arlzonan. A.-H. star.
' '" Moiidsv. March' 14.
' ' ''I.; Jpani"pprtanna:r-llo'ns!ionB'-,Mon-Kca.-goiia.P.MiU'S.""'
Tuesday, March 15.
Hllo ami wy , ports Mauna Kea.t.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr. , '
SaniFranclsco-Lurllne, M. N.,8. S.
Wednesday, March '16. x
San Frahcl3co-i-'A)ame'(ia, b. S. S.
Thursday, March 17.
Kauai ports-rW. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March 18.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. S. S. '
" Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
stmr.' " ..
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tonyo Maru, ,T. K.
K. S. S.
Tuesday, March 22.
IIIlo nnd, way, ports Mauna Koa,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
' Maui and Molokal, ports Mlkahala.
stmr. ' '" '
Friday, March 23,
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Sallna Cruz via Port Allen, Kuhulul
and Hllo;-'-y'rglnlan.v A.-H., 8. S.
" SaturdayMarch 26,
San Francisco (Wllhelmlna, M. N.
S. S. '' " '
Monday, Jv"arch 23.
Hongkong and Japan ports Koroa,
P. M. S...S. , ,
Tuesday, March 29. '
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A.,8. 8. '
t PAS8ENGERS BOPKED f
' Per M. N. 8. S. Lurllno, for San
Franclscp, March 15. J. Bcahc, Mrs.
C. B. Cox. Miss Wlnno. Mrs, Murray
Shi ploy. Miss Sbtploy, Mr. and Mrs.
,G. P. Cooko, Mrs. M..'Snow, Mr, and
Mrs. Louis Underwood. Mr. and Mra.
V,,P. Jaryls, MrsQ. A, Haryoy..Mrs.
J. A. .Scolt, Mlqi ,Mar'y.,AJlen, Edwin
Bonnoi1, Miss A.' JJ.' Altfx(iniler "Miss
Baildaky, MIps A,, Anderson Mre. .W,
Lyle.'Mr, and' Mrs.' L." Muolloh Miss
GIddlngs, A. C. Burrtlck, O. P. llur
niek, S. A. 'Tolan. Mrs. J. A. Noblo,
Mr. and Mrs'. Hudson, Mr. R. K.
Smith, M, predgo,- C A. -Stewart J.
McSourley, J. McGlJI, Kj W Kolra.
Mlsa a'chman,.'AIIss Prybread J. 8.
Splicer; Mrs.' Bpltzor, Rlr. Martins,
Mrs.' J. tL. Camjibell, Mies 0. Camp
bell. Miss I. Flcmmlng. Jamos D. Dolo,
10, Ri Shag;,- H:t P. ' Dickenson, Mrs,
Dickenson Mr. A..B!tt, L. M, Spsn
cOr. Miss W. Dickson v'F. 0. Moon.
Por stmr. Knim' for, Kauai ,parts,
March 8 Mnrston Campbell Governor
Frear, W. W. Runer, H. P. pa"ldwln,
H. -A. paldwln J. P. Copko, J. Trno
bjooij, MJss Rowsp.tt. '.
J?er otmr. Mauna Loa for Kpha, and
Kaif ports, -Marrh U Mrs, A, O.
llawea'. Ip'r, nnd.Jf?v R, J. Bufdotto,
I. p. BouvlHon, ,
.. . ;,fiff
THp 70YO KISEf KAISJIA Jiner
ffenyo, Maru 'from flie Orient, which
passed throug)i ilonou)u on Feb. 26th
Is reported' by cabla as having ar
rived at San Francisco on Friday morn
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