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vwiwu wnxamw, honolttup. t. h., Tuesday, mar. 8, 1910.
cHonolulu Commandery Regular
" 5 p. m.
iwin. . "
Perfection Hth Deoree
Lcl Aloha No. Regular
All visiting members of the
Order arc cordially Invited, to
attend i::eotlngi ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
each ' month
at K. P. Hall
7:00 l K
iliniup runiurrnft """'""' u
TLT A a a
Mine cnoinr.r.!w other Aio
1EHEFICIAL ASVWATIOH. ciation. cor
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7.: 30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Btrcet.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Nolilo Qrand.
- All visiting brothers very cordially
OAEU IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets very tint and third Frl-
Iry eveulug at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
earner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
toothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, 0. 0.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
SONOLULTJ IQDGE 610, B. P. 0. jj.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, J. p. o.
K'ks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
log. Vlaltlng Brother .aro cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOOTHITT, E. R.
H. C. BASTON'Bec'r.
E&WAIIAN 1BIBE, No. 1, I. 0. E. M.
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
df.ys of each month at KnlghU ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Uiilly. Invited to attend.
P. IHGGIN8, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot R,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot 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. U. IHLEY, W.. P. -
WM. C. McCOY, Sec."'
Wm. M'KIllLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Baturday
veiling at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, 0. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. 8.
'K m SHO.ULD BE CLEAR
' ; ' You will have this result if
e' you use
If ,'' The Superior Carbon
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alex. Young Bldg.
In Our Cream
Special, care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
TEE POND DAIRY.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and 'Bethel.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
JJuJJe'tiu'Editonal' Room Phone 185-
W HAVE WITflliS
AT THE YOUNG.
Tuesday, March 8.
1). C. Lindsay, Kahuku; Mr, and Mrs.
W. A. Baldwin, Kcalakckua; Guy F.
Monday, tytrch 7.
Lt. and Mrs. D. I', Qululan, Scho
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Monday, March 7.
I). D. arcso.'y, Arthur Lane, Vancou
ver; M. Jongenctl, Wnhlnwn.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 7, 1910.
Peter MnnknUl ct hi to Lahalna '
Agrctl Co Ltd O
Henry 0 I)crtc!nin,nn nnd wf to
Mary N Lucas I)
Sing Cliong & Co to Tong Kau...A M
Wo Sing Wal Co by mtgco to
Tone Kau Fore Entry
Wo sing Wnl Co by mtgee to
L.ing mng snee v.-r'.n S
Ling II lug Sheo to Tor; od '
Slice et nl '....;,;; '. ..BS
Tong Loo Shse, tl Rj q aln'g'
Chong Cj .' tCM
Sam T.iompton to Knu Agrctl
r.o Ltd '. ii
ahulna (W) to Kau Agrctl Co
Honohilu Library & Reading
Room Assn -to Young Men's
Christian Assn'i'of Honolulu..
Worty'b Alken,tnnd wf to Hank
Ridiaft HTrcnOr, to Jacob
M Lee ...'..'
Jacob '.M'Me'auHWf to Trent
8 O'-Meu'VTr'ristAtastate to S W
UnmohonJIIy,!uii wf Rel
"Edw ii FWoItcr; tr, to S W Ka-
niohoalll. mid wf i...Rel
Etha D, Duckworth nnd hsb to
Wljj'lnm. It Caijtto, tr M
Illcnnfd' HTrcnt, .tr, to Jacob
It Lcd'Ji'...' Ret
Entered for Record March 8. 1910.
Makalekn'Relmanh et nl to La-
h'alna Natl Dank CM
Lucy O Kahoano to Wm Mat
Clara L Herbert and hsb to
Severlna L Walters D
rnlakl Kaluna to Margaret K
Esther K Mahina to Margaret
K .Berteluiann D
Per stmr. Mauna. Jia for Kona and
Kau ports." -March 11 Mrs. A. 0.
.Ilnwcs. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Burdette,
L. P. Bouvlllon.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. I
Crook, from Honolulu for Manila,1
Dlx, atManlln, Jsn.l?,
IJWn-fro7rrSnlrrFraTiclsoo for Hono-
THonv s'fihfrjHd'.-llonolulu from Ma
nila, March 7.
Sheridan, arrived Manila from Hono
lulu, March 3.
Malls are due at Honolulu
points as follows: '
San Francisco Vir Lurllne, March 9.
Yokohama Per Nippon Muru, March
Colonies Per Msrama, March 29.
Vancouver Per Mattal; April 2.'
Malls wilt depart .for tba following
points' as follows: ' '' "" " v
Colonies Per' MaltaJi fap.2.
Vohama Per Mongolia. Mar. 14.
Vancouver :Per'M"ar'ama, Marcti 29.
: " '
sar BiiLLCnw 'ao pay ai
' -v W
Cpntiniped Thisr Week m
"' ' L' ..
Fort Street, opp. Catholic CKiircli
I LOCAL AND GEftCRAL
' "The vaiae 4f the' clasttei a 1
W.a.U.enrtt real. message -to the'
Tcaacr. ii snecinei iometnin(r that
the reader is interested in learnine;
a.nd.'r W rtjtton the return -from
classified advertisirie js initantarie
ous., lo get iaunediate .returns in
KaY.aji use the Jul 1 e t i n.
Telewone. BQJ to have Laundry
called for and dollvored quick.
If .you want to spring a Joko on your
frlohd, bring hlm,dp to tho Orphetihi
If you want good job done on an
autp.or'csrrKg'o taWitt to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg! Co.. 427 Qheen St.
Tipf a boltlo of, rofr'e'shlnlf, delicious
Coca Cdla. 'tiotllfedbxcluslolv by Ha-
I walln.n Soda yofks, phone.fi.
-iime spwiiai tne rssnion Saloon is
time pleasahtlr spent This blsce l
sometimes known as the Two Joc-i
Phone S and ask for Manuel Richard
whenyou want ah autombbllo. Seven
seated Chalmers-Detroit, lrte rnodel.
Now Is tho .time to get good Iron
Into the blood. Order a nam of oar
Sarsapnrllla and Iron. Don't firmi
our dlstillodiwaur. CoasoiLUtej sSoia
Water-Works Co.' Phonl 71:-'
If a strowvolo for the most popular
cigar were taken tho Owl would bo a
four-time, winner, Tho're Is no five
cent cigar on Ulo market that' Is as
TJ".'. ',"" 'neTowl.
'ylicn'flio Courts nre called upon to
appoint an Executor they almost In
variably appoint a Trust Company In
that capacity. Why?' Bbcaussjsji Trust
Company Is responsible financially. '
Stock buyers opjt ono '.of their
breathing spells today, and tho cheap
ttocks wcro about tho only activo
things In tho market to glvo tho brok
ers any uusincss, eorno gooa sited
blocks of these, stocks were sold hbw-
ovcr at flBurcs considerably nbovo th
ruii-8 in u iuw weeKg ago ami a geni
oral tono of strength is noted In this'
section of the stock list.
Mcnrydo held strong at seven and
thrco-clgh'lhs, flvo hundred shares sell
ing between .boards and a small lot on
tho board at' tho'samb figure.
Olaa Is strong at 7.12S although tho
list shows tho bid Btlll at 7, a"bld that
will not bring It'ont. Oimi sojd yes
terday at 39 and Ewa fold' today at
35.25. These nro both lower han tho
last previous sales. Hawaiian Com
mercial .holds at 41.51.
Tho largest Item on the sales sheet
of thc'-.Eichtngp.was MO.OOO ot Ha
waiian Irrigation 6s at .102!
FILIPINOS QO TO
Tho ono hundred and forty Filipinos
who arrived at'Honolulu late.yestorday
by .tho Pacific Mall liner 'Korea left
that vessel 'shortly nfer cornlts nlong
side the Al'alien. Htrwt wharf. " .
Tho Intending laborers linmedlately
established connections with' tho'' !fn
wnllan liu'gar'"PfanTerS' recruiting of
fice, and atj.tho planters' shHtho ma
Jor.tytot them spent tho night
At noon .today;.' ho" To' "fti 'recruits
were placed on '.board tne lner-taland
sfeamo'r Maqna Kba and Jihiy will .bo
distributed' to th'o 'Various' suar es-
tales on tho ills island.
'.' .' .
SEARCHERS nkl) . ,, .
(Continued from &it 1)
within the bunk or the '.quarters ot
tho firemen and' coal-pasiers.
oiucn aimcuuy was experienced
by the' custoraVmen and Thetis crew
In tnelr ''quest 'of trio driig'.
The' opium"' now re'possi for safe
keoplng apd awaltljg''further dispo
sition, nt'the'cuslom houjo.
v. ' '' i '" v
1 Mr- BULukTi bsi Py"-ai.
When you want to be
Handled rieht, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO;
Jai. H. Love.
Unique Weapons Arc
At 10:40 a. m. this morning a tele-
phone messago was received at the
police station from a btcyclo odlccr
who was on-duty at Kalakaua .avenue,
The pfilccr statcXthat there had been
u mlx-tip between two wnhlnes nnd
that ono.of them wax. adly cut on the
The pollco patrol wagon was tent
?,ut.,nn.i ?n nrrlval- fou"'1 ,hst Mr8,
K. Kalkaln; w.as In n bad wuy from,
wounds said to.havo been inflicted by
Louisa Perry, who Is n neighbor.
Tho row was a strenuous ono accord-
Ing, tO. tho .Story Of WllllO DlaB Who
saw tho whole affair Willlo states
that the woman ,'cllmbcd through tho
wfn'dow'.pfljjo. hou.so, and then got Into
a heated argument with Louisa Perry,
who' Rrnbbjjd a number of weapons and
did tho damage. ''included In the things
Lotiisa Is said to bavo endeavored ,to,
nnn'llilfaio Uh: Kfltala jylth werp
"ono corned' Leof box, ono banana flb'or
. . (...' , r..
uiiu cuurcuui iron.
Tno pollco gathered tho two women ."""" '( " "'( " si-"
in, and ono adjourned to tho hospital' lho .Boldle,r who nre homownrd bound
nnd tho other to tho iollco station. I Tno pVosram starts with Mho real good
Tho patlcnfs'hena has n deep cut on!0!11 .owning chorus "IJy Rttlro Com
tho tori nnd' soveral stitches had to bo P0"-." ar"' then I,oneB nn Tnmbo
put In It by tho doctors. Tho lady
who, Is nllege'd to hno done tho dam
age Is rostlhg In a cell, and Iter face
bears signs of n combat with somo
ono.' Tomorrow .morning tho matter
will be- aired In tho pollco court and
Judgo, And'rnde will try and find out'
whoso fault It all was.
THE FOURTEENTH IS
. HOMEWARD BOUND
A long .blue pennant trailed tho
United Statj-8 army transport Thomas
as-'tbaV vesta swung maicstlcally out
from tho .naval slip and turned her
prow towards, the channel and thu
open sea thu morning, on her way to
Tho Thomas, better known In. ship
ping circles as tho "klndorga'rten
ship" Is taking tho' Fourteenth, Infan
try headquarters; band and enll'stel
men to tho mainland; after having
served two years of duty In' tho Philip
pjnei. Tho Thomas remained over at lho
port for tho evening and several plea
surable functions were given by Incnl
society nud army people In behalf of
the officers and their wives.
Tho troopship was crowded with tho
Fourteenth as. well as thoca Au'tsttfo
tho army circle, who aro privileged to
travel .across tho Pacific by Unclo
Sam's steamers. ,
The TJiomns Is carrying a very largo
number of people, .tho total ot cabin;
and stecr'ago being 1225. nnd many
inore will bo nd.dcd here. Tho ranking
omcer aboard Is Major Doan C, How
ard ,ot the Medical Carps, 'Major . Rob
ertson, of th'o Philippines' Constabulary1,
also being nboatd. "Capt. John n.'-M.
Taylor Is tho ranking officer at the
From Honolulu, tho Thomas carried
sovoral prominent passongera' Ihc'iudlilg
Colonel von Schroder, chief qunrter-
master of. Ittio, dopar'tment df .Callfor-j
ma, who has been here on un insitec-.
tlon tour; Colonel Hunter, recently.
lituuiuvu w me uuiiiuiuuu m iiu i ill
Cavatrv. Mrs. Hunter and son. 'Can-
tain Scales, 5th Cavalry, and wife, Doc
tor McCallum'. Medical Reserve .Corns"
---a ...v. lrf.i'':'.HJjV.!iJ.. :'j
aim miu, uiuui.uB ncuriuu, frivuiu ucc-
refdry' 16 Oovernor Frear.
Vt ' Rt.r (I
Two hundre'd and fifty Russian Im
migrants vvha ' nrrlveii; rrora Mhnchu
rib. -by ,tho Paclfjc'Mli' ilnei; Korea
yesterday afteruopn, nust spend! somo
Umtf at'.Quarjintlne lslan,dr
'At l'enst'ond caso of diphtheria has
bqon found among tno newly "njrrlvod
'' They were- naBs'cd by Immtardtldn
L. ','.L.-:.jjv' . it ,.-
inspector itnymonu u, iirown at me
general inunigrauoa station this' morn
1ltjg1,!Uo"'list1'b'f. f Russians having
"conip cted a satisfactory' anawor' to tho'
I questions' at fiooa, '
ing'an e'xam'lnn'tlon by tho quarantine
mcdlcpl otacors. 'This Inquest Is now
golngbn and may not bo completed
i TU.tnTY-TIREjE" DATS fronj Port
viauiu9 ,viui tt Buipiuvtlb ui luiuucr
consigned to' tho local branch' of Lqw
i ehf nn'd'Coolto, tho' Amrlcuh Rcuoouor
' Robert IJuwors wns an arrival nt tho
i lioi t this morning. Thu vessel wan
jnylug outsldo this morning, iiciullng
the .departnro of .the! transport Tho-
'imui and .tho i'aclflc Mall liner Korea.
SURE to have your
POUTICAL TALK IS
Tho following has been handed to,
the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n as bearing ot the
political Ettuntlon: '
A follower of OihiV C. ,lJine is
hcad to say Hint his leader has or
ganized his forces so qutc4ly and so
well thnt "when the time 9omcs,
iLnt-o wKlsur.priso this community." I
lit Is sard that ex-Senator Lane
claims to hnve the bacltlng' of Kli-
nlo, Holsieln, Desha nnd Nngnran
"Fernandoi.', whose ttilrit Influences
wln EOCllro him the nomination ns
gocond'masor ot the city und .county
of Honolulu. It (s .further, stated
tlnt in t.he even! tlie convention
fceIa U3poEea not to so .nominate
Lane for ninyor, ho will linvo Kuhlo
decline tho dclegateshl'p nomination
nls -nn sets his plum.
Tho ,, factopi ,t is furtlier
sadi lntcnds to folI()W lhc taMia
of- ,ho clvc Fcdcrntl'onlsts "knife
,,,. ,i, ,t. m-o n.i i.."nii
, Anrfv h.rmrn. now w.ll
up the , party harmony now so well
planned" by Lorrln Andrews.
Tonight thero will bo some fun on
board the transport Thomas, and a
will get Iti their deadly work.
Tho performers nro nil experienced
men nt tho game, and although ama
teurs aro n'most ns good as. profes
sionals. Thi? full prograni Is as fol
lows, and It Is too bad that tho Tho
mas will bo nt sea when tho show be
gins. rrogrnm: (
Doneo": Olson, Connors. Interlocu
tor: Young. Tnmbo: Olll, Davidson.
Qrarid First Part
Opening Chorus... By Entire Company
End Song .'.' Olson
"It's Lone'somo Tonight"
Hnd, .Song ,. . . . Connors
"You're In the.Rl'ght Church Dut In tho
Quartette.. Lenlhan, FroFt, A. Frovort
".Whero, tho Southern Roses Rlooni"
rnil Song ..... pill
"ThoPrcnclier and'tho Dear"
Dallad . .". ............. .. ."...... Daln
" "Somobody's Waiting for Mo"
End Song Davidson
"My Princess .Lulu"
"Lovo Mo and tho World is Mlno"
prand Flnnlo ,
Murphy, Assisted by Entlro Company
"My Dream of tho" V, 3. A."
Young nnd, Olll
''A Few Momonti 0f fln
Muller and Olson
Duck anil' Wing Dancing
Piccoo Solo, "Trio' Mocking Bird"
Connors and Evai's
"Tho Nowsboy arid tho Easy .Coon"
Nolo: End Men hava uormlSBlou to
put up between 'solos. ' .MAKE YOUR
APPLAUSE HdHT. WE' ARE NOT
i " - "T
WHEN THE MATSON Navigation
liner Lurllne sails, for(San Francisco at
sjx o'clock on Marcli 16,th. the .vessel
will uii'tloubtcdiy' tako a full comple
ment of'.cabln paBBc'ngers. At present
time there nro rorty-nve intending tra
voters booked nt the ,9.fUco of Castle
& Cpoko. Jho, ve,s$l jvlil nlso loavo.
fpr San F.ranclsco, taking a shlpnent
9 BUgar Including l'8pptqns ot refined
ami auu ions or raw product, in audi'
tlon to small shipments ot sundries
such as rice and plneapploB, tho.vesscl
will carry jibarly to thousand bunches
TIII5 IIII.O llnor'Muuna Kea salloJ
for the' BfiTlsInnd via Malil ports' at
nooii today, taking a full' complement
ot passongera In tho cabin 'and on
deck. Purser' Phillips reports a good
)y list, of 'freight for the various ports
AM0NO THE Inter-Island steamers
getting away for Island porta this' af
ternoon Is tho Ktuait for Kuual rolls',
lho Mlknlmln for Maul and. MolOltal
ana mo sioamcr nooau ior rvauai.'
IN. iro.iwipM, pp.flTf "."t
Tuesday, Match B.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 7: S.
S. Moxlcan. for SOuttlo.
NORFOLK Sailed Mar. 7: S. B. Ro-
keby, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCiaCOi-Sallcd.Mnr, S! Ilk,
R. P. Rlthct, for mio.
ban KttANOiciuu sailed Mar. 8. i p.
ni.t B: S, Mongolia, for Honolulu.
KAHU1.UI Sailed M'ar, C: S. S. Hllo-
nlnu, for Sun Krauclsro.
NITRATE PORTS Hailed Feb. 21:
, Sch. M, Turner, for Honolulu.
NITRATE. PORTS Sailed Feb.. 21:
Ship Nlutu, for Honolulu,
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,. . -; -J
Moniay,' March 7. t
Manila, IJongltDnj and Japan port
r.uica, P. M. S. S. .2:30 p. m.
V.anlla la Oiiam Tliolnis, U. S. A.
Tv 3 p. m.
Tuccday, March 8.
Kona and Kau port3 '.Mauna Loa,
rtair., a. tn. 1
I PA8SENQER8 ARRIVED 1-1
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, from A:a
nlla, Hongkong nnd Jnpan ports.
For Honolulu: Mr. mtd Mrs. A. A, I
llryan, J. Brldson Scatlo nnd Q. Hoff
gaard. Through: Capt. E. C. llass,
A. J. Ulersdorfi Mrs. A. J. lllers
dorf, Rev. J. F. Rusher, Mrs. J. F.
Rusher and two children, J. A.
Campboll, II. E. Collbran, Mrs. II.
K. Collbran, two children nnd nurtej
Miss 11. Coors, C. O. Dn.r'ley, C. Da
vli, Mrs. C. Davis, J. Dwek, O. Egcr,
It. M. ,Ellls, Mrs. S. Fergu3gn nnii
Infant, I). W. Gocglns,Mrs. Olca
son, Miss Olentou, Dr. R. C. Hagar,
-Miss O. Harding, W. II. Hcrvey, I. ,
Horner, Mrs. I. Horner, Mrs, Chns.
Jenkins, child and servant; ,11.,
Kuhn, II. D. Lamar, Mrs. L. U. La
mar, A. Lnmbort, II, Leiffcrt, Mpn
slour Lellovre, K. LevenBtcln. Com
mander E. Lloyd, U. S. N.; Mrs. ,1i.
Lloyd, David McClure, K. C. McCul
lough, Mrs. E. C. McCullough nnd
child', W. F. McLaughlin, W. II.'
Meter, W. A. Metzner, Albort Mcos,
N. Orchard, S. Rosenthal), L, ,S..
Sutllff, II. - SulHvan, If. M. Tljgmp
fcon, J. Thornborrow, J. P. Trousuil,
Mrs. L. Van Camp, J. I. V.lney, Ua.r
on Wacchter, Carl Wurwell, ,B. C.
Wright, Mrs. E. C. Wright, II. Wun
de'rllch, Mrs. H. Wundcrllch,
A victim of beriberi, n Filipino man
about thirty years of ago who was In
cluded tn tho party of nrio hundrqd and
rorty-nx laborers Intended lor tho isl
and sftgnr plantations, died on board
thn Pacific Mall steariier Korea short
ly 'after nrrlval r.t tho port last even
For a whllo this morning. It loo'.iel
as If tho Pacific Mall Company would
have to attend to tho burial ot the
Tho death wob reported to tho local
authorities but tho steapishlp ofllccrs
had been notified through soveral
sources thai tiio' matter was not up tho
territory or tho city nnd county' of Ho
nolulu, nnd thu qucctton ot retaining
tho 'body and Its burial at tea wa's'bo'
lle'vcd a foregone conclusion. Fifteen
minutes before tho departure of the
Korea for San Frunclsco, Undertaker
H, II. Williams appeared upon the
scene with a wagon, nnd the deceased
lab'prcr was removed from tho ship
and taken to tho undertaking estab
lishment. The Filipino hnd passed jnuster with
iho'.remalnder'of'the party when tin ler
examination by the Federal Qu.irah
tlri'o niitnorltlcs' yesterday afternoon.
Tho deceased was a stuglo man, and
Is said by' his companions to have
hatlod from Manila.
Berl-borl not being considered n
quarthlnablo'dlseaso' In Hawaii, ,tlo,
Korea will not necessarily moot with
detention arrival at Sari Francisco,
through tho" death of tho Filipino.
BLARE OF" BRASS
Over ono hundred passengers wero
taken by tho Pacific Mall liner Korea,
which sailed for San Francisco, shortly
after fTiiycn 'p'ejock' this, mornmi.
TheAlakoa street' Wharf presented
an uiurmted scene, owing to tho nram
lnenco of many of tch'coast bound tra
velers., Tho decks of tho vessel wero crowd
ed until, a few minutes boforo tho lines
yr'eie cast off, nnd tho visitors then
compelled Jo return to tho wliavf.
Tho Territorial band played a phas
ing prograni of choicest melodies.
Whllo at the port, tho Korea left ,lea.r
ly two thousand tons of oriental
freight. Tho wharf Is now wol filled
with a miscellaneous assortment of
morchaiuflso nnd suppllos.- t
Tho Korea ' nrrlv'od lato yosterij'ay
nftcrnoo'n bringing a fow'cabln'pa.SBon
A largo number of recruits for tho
lluwulluii caiio'flulds urrlv'e'd from ,tho
Phlllpp'lneH', Japan und 'Russia. In tho
party of "Llttlo Brown Rfbtli'ors aro
lit monr women nhd children, Thq
Russians (number 249 persons whllo
thero' are 24 Jnpaneto and 2 Chlneso
at tho' Federal Immigration station
awaiting .to bo passed upon for admit
tance to American territory.
Tho thfuugh passengers uomprlcad u
binall but rather UlstlnguUhOil number
of 'persons known throughout tho East,
In tho party wero uviil ana Army
colcbiltes ns well us men prominent
in business uttars of tho orient,
Frcd T., Faulkner, nn American, who
has been convicted of embezzlement,
of Ilvo tUouBaud dollurc, Iroui' tho'Uult-
Tuesday March 8.
San Francltco airmnas, U. S. A. T.,
9 a. in.
San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. 3.,
11 n. m. oOii - ,
.Hllb ,nn;l, way poi;tB Mnuna Koa,
stmr.,,,noon. , h ,ju,.nri
Mnliiikona and JhWjftao nvaiam,
Kntml porfs Nooniilmrm.
VESSELS to Ah'Hiye
Wedneidav. March. 0.
Knnnl .ports-W. O. Hall, .slmr.
Ban Franclsep Lurllnij, M.'.N. 3. S.
"Thursday, March IS
.Hawaii and Maul rorts Claudlnc,
Saturday, Mr.rch 12. ,
JIllo via way ports :inuna Koa,
Sun Franclrco Alameda. 0. S. S.
Sunday, Morten 13.
Sallna Cniz" via Port Allen, Kahu
lul and Hllq Vlrglnl.au, A.-H. stmr.
San Francisco Noyadnn. A.-ii.stmr.
Snn Franc'l.rco iJigan. U. S. A. T.
Kpiial portsKlnau, stmr.
(Maul nhd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, March 8.
Kauai ports Nbcati, Btrar,
.Hoaokaa and KUkulhab'ld .Llkellko,
stmr. , .
Maul and Molokni ports Mlkahala,
' Kauai portB Klnau, stmr.
Thursday, March 10. !! ".
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. stmr. y
Friday, March 11.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Sunday, March 13.
Manila via Quam Logan, U. S. A. T.
Sallna Cifuz via Port' Allen, Knliu
lul nnd Hllo Arlzonan, A.-H. stinr.
Monday, March 14i
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. S. 8.
Tuesday, March 15.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
Kauai rorts Klnau, stmr.
Maul and'MolOknt ports Mlkahala,
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. S. S.
Wednesday, March IS.
San Francisco Alameda, O'. S. S.
Thursday', March 17.
Kauai porta W. 0. Hall: stmr.
Friday, March' 18.',
San Franclrco Nippon" Mam, T, K.
iv. , a. -
Maul' and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
i PA8S.ENGERB DEPARTED
: . h
Per P., M. a. S. Kprea, ,for San .
Francisco. J Harris XJackenzlo, Miss
N. Lloyd, Mrs. 'j. F, V'arrcn. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Colby, Mr. Pratt, N. Hulnchotts
cr, H. F. Wlcii'man, Mrs. L. Mi Brown,
M, Cros'sett, D. M, Robb, III F, Hud
sun, Mrn. R. E. Smith, J. E. Prltchard.
W. C. Barker, W1. Kllroy, F. W.
Frnnkland, Miss A. Anderson, Mrs.
Wm. Plquotc, L. Cadwallader, C. F.
Harris, tho Misses Harris, Bruco Cart
wright. Jr., Wi K., Stewart, W. O. Mc
rhorsun, Mr. and Mrs. Jns. F. Riley,
T. L. Wailtlns, Jr., n. Wiley. J. C.
rilshop, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. John Joyce, Mr. and Mr-).
M, B. Curran, R. F. Cook, W. A. Lett
ler, Mrs. E. Hcckcreon, Mr. and Mrs.
E. V. Cole, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs' Cook,
.Vrs. Kiiarpp, U. Armstrong, T. D.
Staiiftt, E. Burch, Miss Burch, Miss
E. Burch, MIbs Rumsoy, E. G. Walton,
N. S. Sachs, ,E. R. Shaw, J. D. Dole.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Card. Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. SeuHo, MIsb H, Brandcs, Jlr.
and Mrs. P. II. vdams, Geo. T. Peek,
JIjIbs May Vandcrberg. Mlsr 0. Rods
crs,' E.'j. McFeely, Mr. nnd Mrs. P.
Macfarlano, A. E. Walker. Geo. W.
Whltaker, MV, and Mrs. Horace Fogg,
Mr,, and Mrs. XW. F, Barnos',' Mr. and
Mrs.'H. vl Dlckcrson.'S. Lllonbda, C.
C, Caro, Mrs, Evans, P. J.Hayou, Mrs.
J. Of Allan, -VV. V. E. Jacobs, .Vr. and
Mrs. John Daniel, Miss E. Bradley,
Mrs. 0. Neibaura, Mrs. G.' Smith, L.
W.' Spence'r, Miss A. Grey, B. P. Kirk
Patrick, R. Goodrich, C. C. Kennedy,
C. C, Egan.
Per Rtmr. Mnuna Koa for Hllo nnd
,wny ports, March 8. Miss E. Il'nlulanl,
J. K. Paris, B, Bartlctto, Th03. E. Wall
M. Gardner, It. '. Atkinson, Geo. 0.
DocTc, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, Mr.
and Mrs. A. V, Carter, Mrs. S. M.
Spencer, Capt. Forsyth, Lieut Morris
on, Dr. Edwnrd3, C. F. Rosa,' R. O,
Mnthespn, MUs A. Rosa, Miss H. Ha
pal, Mrs. Jno, S, BUsb, Mrs. Jns. W,
Ynll, J,rs, BrooksIJMIsa .Brpoks. Mr
aniV'rs. O. V-( I'iary, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Thos. Weir, 0. Drury, Mrs. Drury, F.
B. Clark, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Victor, Mrs.
1I1 J, Guuvea, J,,.GDunn:
Doubtless Pittsburg scoffed n good'
dcul ut the ground hog' and this is
its answer: If pays to treat all
dumb creatures kindly.
Cannon will ha'vo to look to h3.
tcry to vindicate him nnd oven nis
tory may bo looking tho other way,
M M i it i it t ri tj j,
ed States leglbii nt Poking, Is a pris
oner, traveling by the Korea, under
lho charge of Deputy United Btntes
Mnrshnl Vlijcy, of Shanghai. Fuulkn'er
wub placed In chprgo ot slierlff Jnrrett,
during tho stay of th'o ICorea at this