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BVKMlNa BTJIXETIK, HONOLOL.O. T. H., MONDAY, MAR. 7, 1010.
l MASONIC TEMPLE WE HAVE WITH US -
K .Weekly Calendar .Jiff IP, Ul
;H' Hawaiian Stated . ff.uu.9J
J. , , ivr THE YOOfNQ. y
t i wUUr.uu -
I ! j n TMCVSOAV, ,
J, ' -Honolulu CommanderyRenular
A- v r 6 p. m.
J" X." "HIOA l
J' Perfection Hth Djgree
- Lcl Alaha No. 3 Regular
All visiting members of ttia
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend rscetlngi nt local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
XT An-. ltn-a
MARINE .ENGINEERS' oth Aim
BENEFICIAL ASSIATION. ciations cor
HAHMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
0:110 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noblo Grand.
All vlsltlns brothers very cordially
OAKTJ LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
ary eveulug at 7:30 In K. of P.-Hnll,
tamer Fort and Dcretnnta. "Visiting
biotbers cordially Invited f.l attend.
WM. JONES, C. C'
o. p. heinf., K.-iu.a;-J
HONOLULU LODGE 610, Br-PTO.TB:
Honolulu LodsiB No. 810, 'lT.pTo.
Klki, meets In their ball, on Kins
Blreet, near Fort, every Friday even.
tog. Vlsltlr.g Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. O. EA8TON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
Irys of each month at Knights of
Pvtblns Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
laully Invited to attend.
P. HIOQINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
S0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th. WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglos are Invited to at
1 W. It. ItlLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. O.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
Dr. Robert J. lturdette has post
poned his trip to the volcano until
'week nfter next. This' arrangement
of affairs wbb brought about through
tho eftortB of the Men's Leaguo of
Central Union church, which has'
prevailed on Dr. llurdetto to lecturo
next Monday cienlng In Ulshop
This lecturo Is to bo on the "Rise
nnd Fall of the Mustache." It is
said to be one of tho beat and most
humorous lectures the doctor has
over given.- Dr. llurdetto refers to
It as a twice-told talc, from the fact
that It has been given a number of
times before but noer In this ell'.
There. Is nri question about the
hall being filled.
- He Then you nro not onb of
tirosei girls who like to listen to soft
She No, Indeed. I prefer soft
somethings that have a business
V4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
i!.. wham .Alinna XVAa 1tTo4-0T TTpil
E TinmiP! nfnhlff Well fenced. Iae!
,". iiIamb fY.1 a vViiV(fl 1-OTtr-ll
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. MKAUCil
Waity Bld(r. 74 S. Kinp; St.
March 5, 1810.
C, Waller, Naclciu; J. Hind, Ko
linla; Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Wlllard, Ru
chottor. N. Y.J J. Jongonwell; O. Cru-
Ickshank, Walalua; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Itofs; W. N. Oatimgtrdl, San Fran
cltto; H. W. Kimball, Soattlo; Mr. and
Mrs. O. II. Care), Ilutto, Mont: Mrs.
J. S Nob'.o Seattle, Wash j MIbh Wen-
ncr, Scattlo Wach.; Mr. and Mrs..!.,
ll. People. Scattlo. Warti.; Mr. and
Mre. C. II llacon, Seattle, Wash,; R.
II. Clarke, Tp.oma, Wash. S
I rlday, March 4.
W. W, tlcoda'.o, Walalua: W. Sav-
Idge, Tnco. Bannoson, Portland, Ore.
Thursday, March '3,
Henry St Qoar, San Francisco; May
VandcrbcrB, San Francisco; Amy An
derson, Maul, L. Ilarkhausen, F. R.
Pratt, Boston, Mass ; C. II. Dosson
cl.y, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. E. J!
Kllpatrlck, Chicago; Mr. anj Mrt G
Iluckston Urowno, London, Eng ; Miss
Wmli, Manchester, Eiir ; Mr. and Mrs.
T. I'. Rurfli. Los Angolcs. Cal.
Tuesday, March 1,
F. E. Clark. Doston. Macs.: Mr. and
Mrs ChaB. Emery. Tncomi. Wash.:
A. W. Eamcs, Wnhlana; 4ir. and Mrs.
I;. Q. Walton, Walaliu: MlSs M. Qlb
son. Walaltia; II. CVWVd Dow. New
York cits; J. M..Uddoll. Manila: J.
H. Lewis, Schoffld Ilarracks.
1 AT THfe HAWAIIAN.
March 6, 1810.
Clara A. He Ion, Tacomi, Wash.;
Winifred WelU, Seattle, Wash.; R. II.
Clarko, Tacoma, Wash.
Friday, March 4.
Robert H.,I.o Blanc, 8chonold Bar
racks, Tuesday, March 1.
P. Blohl; E-. E. Robins, Charlotte,
Wednesday, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drury. Tacoma,
THOMAS BERE "
The United Stntes army transport
Thomas was reported off Barber's
Point nt half-past twelve, following
close on the heels of the Pacific Mall
liner Korea, which was roported
from tho uamo quarter at 12:10
The troopship wlI probably re
main in port oi er uigni, genius
away for San Francisco tomorrow
morning. In transit the Thomas is
carrying tho Fourleenth Infantry.
Among thd passengers who are
lpokcd to leave for the mainland by
the' transport are Captain Scales
Fifth Cavalry, and wlfoj Dr. Mc
Callum, Medical Rcservo Corps, and
wife; and Colotel von Schrader,
chief quartermaster, department of
William Steward, who has been1
acting ns poilco patrol driver, will
be the new receiving clerk', and his
plnco nB driver wll) be taken by J.
McDonald, who has been assistant
driver for somo tlmo. Wnrdr Hol
bron of the county prison will corad
In for duty nt the" police station, and
a new man named Abraham has beon
found for tho Job ot warder with
A banker's test ot men la a noto
A street vender's business Is more
n calling than a trade.
Somo women .look on tho bright side
of things mlrrorB, ror instance., t
Fort Street, opp.
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
I , ' r i i J i
The value .of 'the elaftitied ao. t
that' it ca:Mesytt real message' to the'
reader. 'It specifies something thAt
the rtaderis 'IntersiUd ill learnlne
and forithis1 reason1 the" return' from
ciast"ned advertiJinfr.il initantane
oC To Ret unniediate return ia
Kavr'aii- use, the ,3'u U e 1 1 n
'Tolejone SO? tfl have Laundry
f-ilc'ii for and delivered quick.
Kick Sullivan s leaving tomorrow
M 'a, trip to tho Vojoino and. wll) be
aay for d tVeok or so.
tf you want' good job done oh an
auto or1 carriage take it to' Hawaiian
Carriage MfR Co., 42? Queen' It.
Tlme'epent at the FaihlOh Saloon Is
time pleasantly Bfjent. This jilaco Is
sdm'etlnlw known-as the Two Jolcs
t 1'htrae 5 rind ask: for Manuel Richard
when you want an" automobile Seven
seined Chalmers Detroit. Iirte model.
MnJorCh'arles Or l.onc. commMid-
Irig'Camp Very hnd Mrs Long wero
nmnna lliu guests at Halclwa Hotel
N'ow is tho time to get good1'tr'orii
Into tbo blood. Order a oas-j of our
Sarsdparllla hnd Irdb. Don't fou'it'
our distilled water, vonsoIldilcJ ao-la
water works co. rnone 71. "
Tho local agents of the Alameda
(nto that that Btoahvhtu will loave on
tho return trip W tho Coast on Thurs
day of next wook Instead of WedncB
-"'Hoons Sung, a Chlneso who Is al
leged to have been on the promises of
another' without lawful excuse was'
remanded at tho1 police court this
rnbrUlUj- until' Tuesday next.
Rev. J". P. Erdman yesterday morn
ing preached an ablo se'rrrion In the
Walalua church. The attendance vds
largo and the Binning was listened to
with a' great deal of Interest.
H. P. O'SulHViln dftrio Sodretarvs
office' weiit down to'Wairilila last Sat
urday" dttcrnoon to pass upon tho qua!;
Ideations of tho Hawaiian born Jap
anese children, to obtain the Terri
A Korean whb Is alleged to hain
stolen' S50 from a man at Walnahu. is
In' custody at tho pollcVst'nt'ltin. Chief
McDuflle Is going down to Walalua
tomorrow to search for tho mone
which is supposed to bo burled there.
Tho trustees of the Chamber of "Com
merce will hold their regular month
ly meeting at 3 p. m. Wednesday. Tho
bl monthly meetlns, ot the1 members
ot the Chamber will bo t)cld on the
third Wednesday (if each alternate
..win.!, H ' .
v , V ., f
Up till one oclook, np ord hail
been received frorh lrlip with'' refer
ence to tho McFadderf Reynolds box
ing contest"' McEadden,lll retnrn on
(ho Claudlno onij In matched to Tjox
Tommy Marlow out at Lellcbua oii
Thursday nlftlit, next. ' ,
" i . .. '.'
YOUNG piSBOT IY
GIRL DOINB WELL
. r i : i
Isuac Holbron, who was shot In
the sldo by his sweetheart, Edlih
Roberts, on Saturday night at Iwl
lei) Its doing1 well at the Queen's hos
pital', and Is in1 no danger from thp
woui.d. The bullet "slhijlly glanced
off his ribs and (nnioted 'a'. 4fleU
wound. ' Vliy '','
The whole ftoublq.occi-rrcd through
a fovers' quarrel which started at a
luau which, the pair aiAnded,' The
girl Is in custody- at-the police sta
tion, but as ihe4young fellow, does
not Want t,o proeocute'' and the In
jury Ib slight, the matter may Be
dropped, . ,
The slrl claims that Holbron en
tered her rdbm without any invltu3
tton and that ho choked her alia
best her. tjh then got the revolver
nnd bit him over the head with tt;
then when He wps some, fifty feet
away from the house she fired a shot
before shVme'ahvfo. 'and the bullet
struck the yburigvman.
Bulletin' JJqiineu Offloe Phqile 858.
sniietm iitnnai Hoom ynone iiw
This Week at
,-" Vi r
I i Tr V
v ' )l.f '
When- you want to be
Handled right, phone vonr order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
r ' 1
Jai. R. tove.
PERSON8 who talk abcut "hoo
doo" Bhlps in 'he navy should leid
this accoUni of the 111 limit Unit pur
sued not 6nly the orcw of n HIi.
but nlso tithor rrews that hnd miy
thlnu to do with It. 1( tlici'o ovor
was ft "hbodoo" crfw It wan certairf.
ly that of the British ship Mermaid
which was wrecked In Torres Html'.
In October, 1820. TIlO crew wru
saed.hy the wnr vessel BwlftsUrs.
but thrfee tlaiH l.iler thd latter fodii-
tiered 111 ft gillc, all hands being
saved by tho man-of-war Governor
Ready, which a'.so foundered soon
afttrwnrd. The Ihreo creWs got
ashoro( safcl, and In less than ten
days were rescued by the Comet, a
rovenue cutter. Inside" of n few
days" tho four crews and me crew
of the Comet were cast awny again,
the Comet sinking because of a leak.
All hands wero saVed by tho ship
Jupiter. A week or two later tho
Jupiter capsized and tho bIx crews
were again adrift, but Were again
rescucd. ThU ended tho bad luck,
during which not a life was lost.
All the"i'escues were mode by ves-
se"ls WhlcK accidentally sighted tho
sufferers, The Railway and Marine
rtows consiuers una cuuui ui ,;.
and rescues untqtle.
INCLUDED'IN tho shipment of Hu
wallan products taken by the Amoil
can-Jtawallan fielghtcr Alaskan, which
leccntly sailed for Sallna Crus Wa1
sugar from tho follow Ins plantations
Olaa plantation, 915 300 pounds; Ha
waii Mill, ,001800; Honomii, 9S5.10I;
Onomea,,L'(08,000! Walakea, 800 400;
Parko, Davlcs tmt 2 208: Haw. Dov.
Co, 3000; total, 4231801. Additional
freight 205 bags aw a root for Ham
burg, for Now York 51 bags awa root,
20 crates ohla blocks. Total valito
from Hllo $161,566 31. '
THE JAPANESE liner which Balled
fom Honolulu Immediately following
tho big Floral Parade on February zz,
arrived at Yokohama. Japan, on last
Saturday. Tho short tlmo that thci
steamer remained oyer at Honolulu In
order that her through passengers
might view the floral festival was eas
ily made up on the trip across th.e Pa
HtlohUn was reported as 284 miles
off the port cTKaKulul'at elght'o'ciock
last night steaming through fresh
nprih east winds and moderate head
seas. Tho vessel has taken on a good
ly shlpment-bf sugar and other Island
products, for San Francisco.
TAKING A QUANTITY of Bugar
nnd other Inland products, the Ame
rican Hawaiian frolKhtcr Arlzonlan Is
scheduled "to sail from Hilo on Sat
urday1 March lth. Tio vessel la at
present loading sugar nt Kahulul. Up
on 'leaving tho Islands the Arizontan
will proceed to Sallna Cruz.
' . m .
THEJ INTER-ISLAND, Steamship
Company announce tho sailing ot the
steamers Noeau, Iwalanl nnd Llkcllko
for tomorrow. Thi.Nooau Is taking
cargo for akual ports, the Iwalanl
freight for Ma'hultona and Kawalhao
and tho Llkeilke will' proceed to Hch
noWoa and Kukulhnolo and return with
a shipment of sugar.
ACCOhDINb TO a published state
ment from Manaj-cr J. N, S. Williams
of tho Kahtilul'Rallroad, a new Wharf
to which Inter-Ismnu steamers can
moor will Boon bo under construction
at.the Maul port. Mateilal for tho. now
wharf has been ordered and Its com
pletion Is- to follow that ot tho break
THE OCEANIC Steamship Company
liner Alameda Is reported by the Sari
FranclBcd -Marino Exchango as hnv-
lng sailed from the California port des
tined tor Honolulu ot 6 o'clock on Sun
day evening. The Alameda Is oiitcdt-
ed to arrive hereon Saturday morn
THE AMERICAN barkentlno Coro
ndo is reported to havo sailed from
BanjFranclsca on Saturday. ThA' ves
fel Is bound for Honolulu and Is
bringing general cargo consigned
through tho agency of O. Brewer A
Co. ( '
BEARING a largo general cargo, tho
American Hawaiian .stcamor Nevada!
Is reported to,' have- sailed from San
Francisco on Sunday for Honolulu,
The Nevadan. will probably arrlvo hero
on next Sunday morning.
THE FQLLPVVINO sugar Is roport
ed a's awaiting shipment on Kauai: M
A. K., 2QDAI bags; McB.. 18,035; K. P.,
3450; M. S. Co, 9000; K. H. Uo , 7U;
L. P., 10,140; H. M., 9384; O. F 171;
W., 1600. , '
KAUAI' SUOAR to tho amount ot
3600 Backs' arrived by-the steamor Ko-
'auhou, th,ls cargo has been discharged
at the lallway wnarvcB.
FROM.KONA and Kau ports, tho
Inter Island steamor Mnuna Iau Is, ex
pected will nrrlvo at Honolulu tninor-row.niornlng,
BULLETIN" AM, PAY
l ' ' j i
SURE to have,your
SNEAH THIEF IS ,
joppj-prl Rnhhpr Of
OU - ptlCU . KUUliU VI
Churches Run To
Chief McDuflld has landed a role
n lnn x,0ec Btnion, nnd thcro docs
ot Becrtj t0 u'e nny donlit that he Is
th'o mnn who has leen committing
the mcan; petty' ther.s at the various
rhurches riroUnd the city.
Tj p0ie-s name , Antdno Suiet,
an(j tor iofaa urao ,,aat the deteo-
t-ves haxe ucell watchlng his rtovi"
nlonts with on Idea of catching him'
at wor on BOmo ci,urch poor-bov. A
broken fl0 piaJcd a prominent part
jn tue catchlng of Suzet, nnd nl-
though there does not Bccm to bo
nny concUBva evidence that tho
man r0i)bed all tho churches, tho
metnoj employed would pont to
hm Bg tne tnief.
Ti10 man wag nrreEtea jcsieraay
morning by tw;o special officers, who
w'ere'lnformed' by it Mrs. Lycctt that
she had seen him coming out ot the
church In n suspicious and sneaking
innnnor. Tile orflccYs"thcn proceeded
tp tho Catholic church, nnd there
. found that tho poor-box had agalh
been tampered with, but as the
brothers hnd' rcmovod the money
that 'wus In It, tho sncakthlot got
Suzet' Is being held at the police
edition for. Investigation, and he
may be charged some tlmo today.
He arrived among a lot of Russian
immigrants on the Mongolia, and
has, In company with three, other
Poles, been sleeping doWn"1 near u
Junk yard on thd waterfront.
One hundred and thirty-live pros
pective passengors for San Fran
cisco have enrolled- nt tho shipping
office of it Hnckfcld & Cor They
hnVc booked for th'o ' Pacific Mall
liner Korea,1 which was reported off
the po'rj shbrtly after noon1 today,
bringing nearly two thousand tons
of freight from Hongkong and Jap
anese ports. The Korea was report
ed tiy" wireless at 9 o'clock last night
as being 21 miles off tho port, the
vessel may havo mot with some bad
weather or strong currci.ts In near
Ifag the Islands.
It la the Intention of tho local
agents to dispatch the Korea for San
fFranclsco tomorrow morning, and
she may sail at about 10 o'clock.
Theviatest advices stated that the
vessel had ample accommodation for
all Intending passengers, ai.d It Is
not believed that the applicants now
enrolled will be disappointed in get
ting away. The steamer wlll take a
small shipment ot various Island
products to tho mainland.
in foreign ponri
Saturday. March 6.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Mar. 2: S. 8.
Columbian, from HI)o Tob. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 4: S.
S. T'enyo Maru henco Fob. 26.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Mnr. 4: 8. 8.
Mlssriurlan, for San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mar. 6: S. 3.
Chlyo Maru, henco Feb. 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 5:
Bktno. Coronado, for Honolulu.
Friday, March 4.
SEATTLE Sailed, Mnrcli 3: S. 8.
Virginian, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCTSCO Arrived March 4,
i 9- a. m.S. S, Tcnyo Mnru, left Fob.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived, March 2: 8.
8. Columbian, from Hllo, Feb. 17.
Thursday, March S.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 2: S.
S. Lurllno, for Honolulu.
HANA Soiled Mnr. 1: Sch. Jas.
Rolph, for San Francisco.
HILO Arrived, previous to Feb. 28:
Jan. Training Shin Tnso Maru. from
HONOIPU Balled Man 8: Sch. Mur
iel, for San Francisco.
Wednesday, March 2.
CASPAR Salled'Feb. 16: Bktno Ara
go, for Horiblulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 1: An
drew Welch, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 2: 8.
8. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz,
8AN FRANCISCO Arrlvod Mar. i: 11
a. m.: S, 8, Wllhelmlna, from Hono
lulu. . .
. Tuesday, March 1.
MULKILTEO Sailed Feb. 20: II. B.
Bendlxsen, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Mar. 1:
11 a. in. 8. 8. Alameda, hence Fob,
SAN FRANgiSCO Arrived Mar. 1:
S. S. Nevadan honco Fob. 21,
HILO Sailed Fob. 28; S."S. Alaskan,
for Sallna Cruz,
Monday, February 28.
VICTORIA Sailed Feb. 20: 8. S. Ma-
kura, for Honolulu,
SAN FJANC'SCQ-S.alled Feb. 27; S.
Sunday, March 7. Monday, March' 7.
Hawaii ports Llkeilke, itmf , a. m.l Eon Francisco Thoi.ias U. 3. A. T.
Kauai porta Klriiu, ktmr., n. in, i Tteiday, March C.
Hawaii portu Mnul, stmr,, a. m. Hongkong, via: Japa iiiorts Korta,
Molokal mid Maul ports Mlkabala p. M., 8. S ' j '
ttmr., n. m. ' l Knunl ports Nocail, stijir.
Kauai , ports W. O. Hall, ' slmr.iJ MalnTltonn 'uliiiUKawalliiA' lwalnnl,
a. m. ' ' '" s"blmr., "noon. 4
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr., a. m. I Honokaa and Kukulhaoli Llkcllko,
VESaELVTO A"RRIVE i'""?' JnJ nn.l- aun-v Kua.
Monday, March 7.
San Tranclsco-Korca, I. M. S. 8. I
Manila via Nagasaki Thomas, U. 8.
Tuesday, March 0.
Kona nnd Kau porto Mnuna Loa
Wednesday, f.'arch 9.
Kauai ports W. O. Hull, 'stmr.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. 3. 8.
Thursday, March 10
Hawaii and Maul jiorts ClauJIno,
Saturday, March 12.
Hllo via wnj ports Mnuna Kca,
Sunday, March 13.
8an Francisco Alameda, O. 8. 8.
Sallna Cruz via Port Allen, Kahu
lul and Hllo VIrglnlaii, A.-H. stmr'.
San Francisco Nevudnn. A.-H stmr.
San Francisco Logan. U, S. A. Ti,
Knual portB Klnau, stmr,
Mnul nnd Molokuf ports MlWahala,
. Monday, March 14.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, March 10.
Knual ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thurtday, March 17.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
Friday, March 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippo.i
Marti, T. K. K. S. S.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tcnyq Maru, T. K,
K. S. S.
Wednesday, March 23.
Puget Sound ports Mexican, A.-H.
Saturday, March 20,'
San Francisco Wllholinlrln, M. N.
Monday! March 28
Hongkong via Japan ports S'berlt
P. M. 8. Si
Tuesday, March 29.
Australian ports Mai ami, C.-A.
I PASSENGERS BOOKER ' 1
. j , - '
Per stmr. Mauna Koa for HIlo'aitiT
way ports, March 8. MIeh E. Halulanl,
J. K. Paris. E. Bartletto". Thbi. D. Waif
M. Gardner, R. W. Atklnsori Geo. C!
Beck, Mrsi Jordan, Mrs, Murphy, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Carter, Mrs. Sf. f.
Spdnccr, Capt. Forsyth. Lieut. MOrrlH
on, Dr. Edwards, C. F. Rosa, R. O
Mathcson, Miss A. Ro3a, Miss H. Ha
pal, Mrs. Jno. S. Bliss, Mrs. Jas. W
Vail, Mrs. Brooks, jutes' Brook3. Mr
and Mrs. G. W. Peary, Mr1, and Mrs.
Thps. Weir, C. Drury, Mrs. Drury. r
E.1 Clirk, Mr: and Mrs. M. Victor, Mrs
M. J. Gouvea, J. G. Dunn.
Per stmr. Klnau for Knual ports
March 8 Mnrston Campbell, Governor
Frear. W. W. Buncr, H. P. Baldwin,
H. A, Baldwin, J. P. Cooke, J. Truo
talorxl. Miss Dowsett.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa for Kona and
Kau ports, Mcrch 11 Mrs. A. G.
Hawcs, Dr. nnd Mrs. n. J. Burdetto,
L. P. Bouvlllon.
Per M. N. 8. -8. Lurllno, for San
Francisco, March 15. J. Beano, Mrs.
C. E. Cox. Miss WInno. Mrs. Murray
Shlp'oy. Miss Shipley, Mr. and Mrs
O, P. Cooke, Mrs. M. Snow, Mr, nnd
.Mrs. l.ouls Underwood, "Mr. arid Mi's.
W. P. Jarvls. Mrs. O. A. Harvey. Mrs
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Lylo. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mueller, Miss
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dick, 8. A. Tolan', Mrs. J. A. Noblo,
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. R. E.
S,mlth, M. Dredge, C. A. Stowart, J.
McSourley, J. McGlll. F. W. Kolm
Miss Bachman, Miss Drybrcad J. 8.
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E. R, Shagg, II. P. Dlckonson, Mrs.
Dickenson, Mrs. A. Blatt, L. M. Spcn
cor. Miss W. Dickson, F. C. Moon.
Ver O. 8 S. Alnmefla, for San
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Dlckerson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.' Splt
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II. Humphrey. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R.
'Carpenter; Miss W. pickson, Miss
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Seale, Miss Wood, Miss GIddlngs,
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L. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. R, ' J.
Hayes, Mrs. M. J. McGlll, Mrs. J. M.
McSurloy. J. L. Ruse, II. D. Rice, F.
A. Black, J, A. Crowloy, A. R. Mait-
lnnd, Walker and Storonv Mrs. A, L.
Black. Dr. and Mrs, ,T. R. MoNub,
Mr, Jacobs. '
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Mnul nnd Molokal portsJ-MlknhaH.
Kauai ports' Klnnu, Btni
Thursday, March 10.
Kauai ports W. O. Hnll.vstmr.
Friday, March 1. ,
Mnul nnd Hawaii porta Claudlno,
Sunday, March 13(
Manila via Guam Logan 'U. S. A.T.
Sallna Ctfuz via Port Allen, Kahu
lul nn'd HlhSArlZotirui A.-H. stmr
Monday, March 14.
Japan ports- and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8." 8". ' -
Tuesday, March 1f$.
Hllo and way ports Mnuna Ken,
slmr., . ...,
Kaual'.ports Klnau, tnjr.
Maul and Molokal ports MlkohaU,
stmr. fi i .
Son Frnnclsco Lurllno, M. N. S. 8.
Wednesday, March ,18.
Sato Francisco Alameda," O, 8. 8.
Thurcday, March 17.
Kauai ports W. O: Ilall.tamr.
Friday, March 18.
San Francltco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8. j
Maul ahd Hawaii portsf-Claudlno,
' Monday, March 21,
San Franclfco--Tcnjo Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8. '
Tuesday, March1 22.
Hllo nnd way ports "Mauna Koa,
stmr. . . N
lCnnnl nnrts Klnau. stmr.
VjMaul and' MploHai 'poTthr-Mlkahala,
stmr. t "
Friday, March i2S.
San Franclpco lberIaP. M. S. b
.Sallna Cruz via lfcrfAlten', Kahulul
and Hllo Virginia41., A.-H,(S. 8.
Saturday, March tt.
San FrancIscdS-Wllhelrajtio, M. N.
S. 8. ... IS
Monday, March 23.
Hongkong hnd Japan (b Korea,
P, M.J3. S. , $
Tuesday March tf.
Vancouver and VIctor Marama,
r a a a --
' Pur stmr. Klnau ftoriil rfaunl ports,
March C.-tfi. P. ri5Ih C . Dojlo, E.
E.'Mah1im, T.,R. Rp'j'nson? 8. Kosnlt
sy", Farm'Cornn.'A; Mcprde, C. W.
'Ahf, M. Heftorh, MJJ, "AlUrlkaml, G.
Inouo. Mrs. Vf.lfl--lMra: Ah Chlu,
Mrs. Mochtzukl, Matsuta C. 11. Cooko,
Rov. II. Tatscbu, Wong-See.
Per stmr", MlkfihntdJ-from Molokal
and Maul orts, March 6. D) Davis,
Geo. P. Cooko,-Dr. E. V. Wilcox, Miss
A. Alexander. ' V-Ml
PA8SENOEt,a BOOKED I
Per P. M. 8. 8. Korea, for San
Francisco. J. Hnrrls Macltpnzlo, Miss
N. l.lojd, Mrs. J. F, Warren, Mr. and
Mrs. Colby, Mr. Prattn N..(Hiilachoua-
cr, II. F. Wlchman, Mr.,L. M. Brown,
M, Crossett, D, M Ross, H- F. Hud
son, Mrs. R. E. 8m,lth,,J, E,;PrItchard,
W. C. Barker, W. Kllroy, F. W.
Frankland, Miss A. Anderson, Mrs.
Wm. Plquoto," L. Cdwiulor, C. F.
Hnrris, tho Misses Harrs, Bruco fjart
wrlght, Jr., W. K. Stowait.'W. G. Mo
rhcrron, Mr. nni Mis. Jas, F. Riley,
T. L. WntV.lns, Jr.! I). Wlcy'. J. C.
Bishop, Mr. and, Mrs. T, Wr Williams,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joljn Joyco, Mr. nnl Mrs.
M. B. Currnn, II. r. Cook, W. A. !.lt
ler, Mrs. E. Rcck'erton. Mr. and Mrs.
E. F. Cole, Mrs. Carroll Mrs. Cook,
Mrs. Kuarpp, C, Arms'troti;-. T. D.
Starrott.'E. Durch. Miss Burch, Mlsa
E. Burch, Miss Ramse. E. O. Walton,
N. S. Snchs, E. R. Shaw. J, D. Dolo,
Mr. nnd Mr. C. S. Card. Mr. nnd MrH.
W. I. Fearlo, Miss It. Brandos. Mr.
and Mrs. P. JI. Adams', Geo. T. PenH.
Miss May Vandcrbeip Mist- O. Hod-set's,
E. I. McFeel, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Macrnrlano.'A. E. Walker, Geo. W.
Whilakor, Mr. and Mr3. llornco Fogg,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Barnes, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. P. Dlckerson, 8. HOnoIa C.
C. Cuso, Mrs. Eaii3, P. J. nayes, Mto.
J. O. Allan, W. V. E. Jacobs, Mr. and
Mrs. John Daniel, Mlsa E. Bralley,
Mrs. O. Nclhatim, MrB". O, Smith L.
W Snoncoi', Miss A, Groy,.B. P. Klik
Patrick, R. Goodrich C. C, Kennedy,
u..O. tgan, .,',,
I I'MAILBi"- '"
, Malls are duo "ift nllonWulu from
points as follows:",' "'
San Francisco For "Lurllno, March 9.
Yokohama Per Korea,-March 7.
Colonics Per Marnmn, March 29.
Malls -IJl depart fax the following
points as follows: i
faan Francisco Per Koroh, Mnrcli 7
K 5., ' t
Yokohninn Per MpngollaAMar 14.
Yaneouvpr Per Sfarnma, March 29.
1 TRAN8P0RT 8ER?ICE. I
Crookl froW Honolulu frr Manila,
March 1. '
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
IxigMi, nt Bnn Francisco,
Thomas, from Nagasaki for Honolulu,
rebitinry 22. i
Sheridan, arrived Manila from Hono
lulu.. March 3,-t J .
a '.' 4,'iu 'Mj."?m ,un-