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Perfection 14th Degree
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular
All visiting members of tne
Onlor are coidlally Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
at K. P. Uall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Uhw Aim
BENEFICIAL A?SIATI0N. elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
K. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brotbors very cordially
OAKU LODGE, No. 1, K. flffJPr
Meeta errrv flint and thIcdFii
t t aveulmr at 7:30 In K. of-Pr-Hnfff
.......... r-- ..i T.taniu j;idH nm
1 mmci A'Ulb uuu ,jd.w.wm.. ii."
: I toothers cordially Invited to attend:
wm. JU.Nts, u. lirss:
O. T. HEINE, K. Jl.'B
HONOLULU L0DQE G16. B. P. 0. E.
" i. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, U. V. O.
-" r.ki, meets In their ball, on King
' "liBtreet, near Fort, every Friday oven.
"' Ut. .Visiting Brothers are cordially
" Invited to attend.
E. A. DOCTHITT, K. K
Jn'l , II. O. KASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. H.
"X I - f n- t, ,
Meeta every first, and third Ttni ra
ff ys ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! cor
lallr Invited to attend.
P. HiaaiNS, Saeoem.j,
a. v. auajis, . n
ONOLUXU AERD3 140, F. ft E.
Meets on- the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month' at
7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall.corner
Beretanla end Fort streoti, f . l:
.Visiting E agios are Invited to at
tend. , . .:.
TV. n. ItlLBY, W. P.
"VVM. C. McCOY, Sen.
I Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
avenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brotheri cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. O.
E. A. JAGODSON, K. It. S.
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II I.. l'Mvmi. U.id M C; A. 11.
Mlllerl) ti W CMtLretur S Waas.
u, s.ji c , a i: sini(a, u. s. mc.;
w D'.mtch n s. n c r u. h. uiAir.
U. S 41. C ; Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Van
Horn, .lr, Mr and Mrs. V 0 Umory,
Mr. and Jim V Mann, Hawaii; J.
Tuesday, March 8.
I) C l.ludta) Kjliuku; Mr, nnd Mrs.
V. A Ualdttln Kcalakokua; On V
Voiday, March 7,
U and Mrs I) P. QiiInHn, Sclio
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Wednesday, March 9.
Monday, March 7.
I) I) (Irpgorr. Arthur I.ano. Vancou
ver, 41 JonRfnccl, W.Vil.wa.
IIOIJSE Ai RIG
Attorney Clrm Qulnn Is minus a
liorso nnd ItitKBy and lie Is searching
high and low foi the mmo. It appears
that Qulnn, who rcxlck'H at l'nlolo val
ley, droe up to tho ChlnOlo stnro near
bhe end ut tlio Kalmukl ir lino nt
tlsiirclocic jesterday afternoon, nnd
liTteJwd. the horse up there.
at, midnight tho rig
lOaliion cat nnd nobody knew v. hero
tJriitr.rvono to. Someone suggested
lfiuY"t1ie horse had got hungry or
thh-stjynnd had made Its way to the
nearest water, hut so far It Is not
known If that was tho case.
, Other suggestions are that Slcm only
thought he had a liorso hitched up at
tho store, and that the. animal was
probably at home. Then other people
think that some of Qui nil's friends who
)hp further on, took a loan ot tho ani
mal and droo to their homo In tho
rig. At any rate Qulnn was around
tho police station this morning, but
refused to be Interviewed on the sub
j'ecf. -- -
WELL A GUSHER
1 (Continued ,from Pace 1)
la neatly four million gtllons per
jljerrj f -Tho derrick In operation Is a
regillnr well boring appnratus. Tho
cnglqo m;oii in operating tho plunger
and drUls Is an ordinary horizontal en
gine, similar to these used In thresh-inc.-sTho
driving rullej Is attached
If) "a largo beam, from which the
Plunger nnd drills are. worked.
Tho two wells now tapped are untn
nn tho Ewa tldo of tho station. Tho
tilher two. which will bo sunk In the
near future, vlll hi on tho Walkikl
sldo of the pumping station. It Is an
ticipated that ns strong a flow of
water will bo tapped In these two new
walls ns has been found In the two
now In operation.
Thcso now welts will ho n valuib'c
asset io tho city, as tho water supply
will bo Increased very appreciably to
correspond with tho rapid incrcaso In
A Hawaiian painter who wan em
ployed on tho building of Mrs Kath-
crlno I.Ui.mI, at Kallhl, fell from a
scaffolding csterdny and landing on
sumo window glass, cut Ills arm badly.
Tho wound was treated by a doctor
and the man la doing aq wo'.l as can
Fort Street, oppt
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t'AV.V. -jr .W.-rU. I r Whcntyott want to bo SURE to have your v- t
The value of the classifled ad u
that it carriea'a real message to the
reader..i It ipeciflei something .that
the reader it intereited in learning
and Ui thii reason the return from
clarified iadmtmne- it iniUnttne-
; oui. xa.Bei unmeaiaxe reiurna w n m mii J. ,- ' iiJi i "
'.if" ''j."T! JltlOrl.'eOURT. AN& r
oui. Xo. get immediate rttufna la
called1 torTCn dellverod quick. J ' fd
f If ydt Writ a good iob.done'oti an
auto oil Carriage take It. to HaViMlan
Carrlagrfiyg. Co. 427 Quein, Bti ' ,,
Tlmolrfi ant at the Fashion swocui u
time plMtantiy siient. This plaoa It
sonietloloi known as the Two Jscts.
Phone S and ask. for Manuel IUchard
when you want an automobile. Seven
sealed. phklmrsLotrolt. late model.
Tlier&lwlll bo a meeting ot the Czo-
.cutlve ,GuimHtco Ot tho. Woman's So-
cd'ty at tho Parish house tomorrow
morning nt 'ten o'clock.
XowHs the tlmaito get good Iron
Into tho blood, t Order a as of qur
Snrsipnrllla -and Ironr Don't ('Kget
our distilled water. ConsotldtleJ koda
Water Works Co. rhone 71.
Thoro, 'will-' bo a meeting of tho
Hoard ot Trustees ot the Chnnjbor', of
Commerce this aflornoon at 3 o'clock
at which the ordinary routine busi
ness wll bo brought up.
New models of tho famous Nemo
corset Imo lust been received at
Sachs" ''Dry Roods Co . These goodu
aro now ready for Inspection, T,ho lino
Includes sizes (or the normal, extra
slender and extrn stout figure..
MifETT IS IN
. FAVUR OF MATRON
Sborlff Jarrett Is much In favor ot
tho appointment of a matron at tho po
Ilea station, and ho thinks that a room
for her could be built oft tho present
Thcro Is amplo space between the
court room nnd the Chief of Detec
tho's portion of the btitldlng Tho now
room or rooms could bo erected so
that tho present entrance to the po
lice. ard would not bo affected In
an) way. The new addition would bo
on tho level of the courtroom, and, the
spaco below could be utilised as cells.
Tho present "slide" that leads from
the door ot tho receiving station to the
floor of the yard, could be changed
to steps, and then the floor of the
proposed new roonn would be high
abovo and lcae pent)' of spaco be
low. The sailor who shot tho Jnpaneso at
Iwllel whllo the fleet was In pott Is
still counnedat the police station.) He
hcaf how Kalabhl Is getting along, and
they express delight when they are
told, that the man Is recovering.
Ethel Roberts who -shot her Bwcet-
hearl, Isaac Holbron, has been releas
ed; tho boy says ho wants to marry
(lie girl and will not prosecute.
SAVINGS AND LOAN .
Articles ot Incorporation havo been
filed by the Union Loan and Savings
socioty or Hawaii which purposos to
engage In a general Bavlngs and loan
business In tho Territory. Tho capltol
stock of tho new company Is fixed at
$20,000 nnd t,he Incorporators are Pop
tugucse citlzenH. , The Incorporatpr
are Leonard Nuncs.Jose Caetano, Jose,
J. Madclros, Alfred , O, Iloas "and F.
Santos. Thero ,aro seventy-six sub
scribers to tno capital stock.
IN fOMIQN PORTi
Wednesday, March 0. '
Arrived Mar 8-8. S, Cascade, from
Arrived Mar, 9: S. S. Lurllno, from
San FranclBca ' -
ArrlvedrMor. i 8hlp V(, F. Babcock'
from PortTownsend for Cape Town,
in distress, -lost Hidden - - -
k i i, t,
HONDLTJUJ, T. II., WEDNF.3DAY, MAR. 9, 1910
i riB" f - i- - W- - ' -L
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it Handled right, phone
CIXY TKAUSFEK UU.
Ia..1Z T.A .
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..At tho nollcft court Into liioia n,;, a
Japanese named NagntsuKa was
charged with assaulting n),pU3.bJit.
ese girl, who It is alleged, was cut ot
too ncnu wnmi pia)ing on a vuj-it
plot of land nfter -pcliool hours. ,
Attorney Llghtfoot appeirod for tho
accused, anif A. 41. lli'oun prosecuted;
the complaining witnesses had a ery
weak case, and ono of 'them admitted
that the- defendant accompanied tho
llttlo girl home nnd begged to bo for
given as It was an accident. "Papa
mama, preso exklss me: I no mean
hurt llllla keckle,t' whelthe way Nagat-
suka spoke to tho parents.
A young ChlliCBO girl of ulno )oars
old, who did not know what nn oath)Mow of 1)elng ,)re,mreil to cnllghtcp
meant, was excused from giving ol- lhe Rs.an government on tho uBpect
dence. Proscchlbr Brown, ori henrlng' . tho ,. now IirEOritod. - 5
that the glrPwns nine" I ears of age,
remarked: "Why I liavo""a six year
old boy at homo who is twice her
slzo She Is very small for her age. '
The accused was discharged from cus
tody on (be motion of I.lghtfuot.
Joso Flgueron; a Porto nican with
a longing to slice somo one with razor.
was ordeied to find bonds of $1,000 or
go to jail for six months; Jooo wll
be a guest at Asch s for six moons. t
Dunn's lint Co, the Kim Sut Lodg
ing houso, and the Waknba)ashl Laun
dr), wero all found guilty of earning
on business without a licence. Dunn
was fined $25 and costs, and tho laun
dry got tho, name package; Kim was
let off with a fine of $18. Tho J ml go
thinks thut business rcoplei should bo
awaro tint there, aro licenses to pay.
and that it would savo them time and
money If they woull procure Bamo
without being summoned.
Chief McDuffle'had a longtrlp down
to Walalua cscrdny, nnd it was all
for nothing. A.Jioiean confessed that
a sum of monpy amounting to $30,
which lie had, Btpen wai hidden at tho
plantation, but p.n arrival thero ho said
he ha.il forgb'tUn, nnd, that the coin
waB'hV'jValfiaJiu'- Ho then endeavored
to borrow the JUmey from some cbun
trym6n,),hut thijro was nothing doing,
and McDuffle. brpight him bad: to
town. This morning the man. wns
charged .with Isujccny of tho amount
Bimcu. . j
Ous Andersos) was gathered In by
(he" sleuths'Tas night';' Gus hai( no
home and has' a- habit 0 sleeping on
lanatsvJ6f ""different houses around
town.' "jailer Asch will" probably pro
vide nice airy rooms for the homeless
one fttf'sorne 'time to come. '
David" Lcleo,-'who- appealed agnlnpt
a oonvlettdn for assault last week, has
not perfected his appeal and will con
seriuetitly be'eathere'd In again somo
tlmo 'today.- ,',,v ft- 1 . ".
When Chief Mcbiffllo returned from
Walslualast-tifght he' nnd his force
went out on tho hunt for gamblers'and
although several games wero reported
to-bo' running, the pla)ers had got
wlnd'of the chiefs return nnd the play
BUNGALOW SITE IS FAVORED
IN POSTCARD VOTE
(Continned from Pit9tl.i
In Interviewing people was the most
complete Information that, had been
had up to that time. Hut In con
sidering the names ot those Inter
viewed by the li u 1 1 e I n, It was
'apparent thai some, ot the people
Interviewed werenot those especial
ly acquainted; with library matters.
"There Is k great difference of
opinion n regard ,to the Gore alta.
Its nnfilMnn Iti.thA nnn.K nrA f nn-
i .i. '-'"- - .u intention In the matter. I am do
ing three streets recommends ,lt o . ,hl ,, , , .,i, .
mantr I.... 1II.HM...T ...!- - -I. II ..
aje strongly .opposed to this site be-
jcauto ot tlje dust from King
street blown 1 by prevailing winds,
and the noise; from the traffic and
cars, tvvnon ,1 .say library people, 1
mean thoBq,who have acted as trus
tees ot a library, or those who have
acted as officers in, a practical way.
"'Therefore wo thought that this
vote would, be., the. most complete
way,, of ascertaining tho (Opinion ot
tjiose most likely to have formed a
valuable qholce. The result shows
that out ot 338 postaU Bent out,
208 have bepn, returned, Ot these
208,rtbo voters' prefer the sites Bet
opposite thei names, which are as
.follows:, Bungalow site.) 47; Gore
et, 38; Methodist enure, 0,8;; Po
hukalna School, 4; ,Blshop .Jnt.f 'it;
Irwin lot, tMUler and. Uerotanla i;
Emma Hqutire, Hi Th9maai3qiare,
lWfll ft rt IV I M f) lit 1 .
.Only 198 people signified tho sod
ond cholco ,' If i they) could -not have
the.i flrst,i one.- Tha. second CI19IC0 Is
ns follows:, liuugalp.w islte, 17;
Dora,slte, 29 Metbodlftjfhuqh: J2!
Pohukalna; Bchool.i cower ot. Punch
bowl and Beretanla; 19; Bishop lot,
Ofljr Irwin lotf-39; Emma Square,
v; Thomas Square, 7. "
Votes for third choice wore re
ceived from r 180 people and afe as
follows: Bungalow site,- 30; Gore
elte, 19;. Methodist church, 33; Po
hukalna School, 16; BUhop lot, 33;
Irwin lot, 28; Emma Square, u!
Thomas Square, 9,
The ceneral committee will meet
before long nnd consider the report
ot. -this '.special subcommittee with1
yonr order to the
A conference woti helJ.lhls morrning
at tho Clovernor's offlpa Iu,',lho Cjipltol
between Governor Frciy, ur. A. Mar
qucz, Russia's representative pro tern
In Hawaii, nnd Secretary of tho Ter
ritory E. A. Matt Smith., The status
of tho Itussian Immigration nt tho pre
sent itmo was, talten up at "length,
Upon tho conclusion of the, conference
Governor Prear stated ,that Dr. Mnr
quez had been Invited 10 discusi tho
ciltlihlinn tti ntl lf Ha nliflada wtlll r
Dr. 4farqucz was Informed ttnttho
Territorial government was anxious ip
havo the Russians remain In tho coun
try, for It was believed as soon as hoy
'wpro relieved of tho ehonoous Idea,
they would 'settle down and constitute
a good class of labor, j
"I'hn Nntlonnl (Inanl Iibr'. nnt lirm
orietcA out nnd thcro has Clever been
any Intention of ordering it -out,? said
Governor Frear; "Tho detachment ijt
tho hospltnl corps winch went to quar
antine Island Oils morning Is In chargo
of Colonel Jfenes, who has hod extend
ed experience in work cit-this kind?'
It wait stated by Sect. Molt-Smlth. in
his capacity- ns President ot the Boa'd
of Health, that the Russians wero act
ing wciruudor tho regulations of quar
antine nnd that no trouble had boon
encountered In prevailing upon them
to obstrvo tho rules. 1 .
The Hosittal Corpa ot the National
Guard went oyer to Quarantlno Island
fully equipped for thyr work and It is
believed that they wMll 'Ycmnln there
ns long ns necessary, being nnw sub
Ject to tho quarantlno regulations
thcmcclves. t ,f
Governor Frear elated that tho ox.
iionsp Incident to tho .Russian's com'
plications was being borhe by the fund
created through the. special tax for the
niliiiuiuuuu ui iiiiiirBiniiuu UHll hill'
conservation 01 natural resources (y
...,....... ..vu,, p.
Mrs. Marques who resides at 788
Beretanla stroct telephoned Into the
police station this afternoon that a
man had attempted to enter her houso
and steal soma articles from the kit
A blcjclo officer was despatched (o
the house and ho made an Investlgu-
tlon of the matter. It appears thntia
Japanese, wnhtne hapiiened .to go Into
Iho kitchen whilst tho family was' at
lunch, and the woman was astounded
to sco a boy whom bIio describes as
either a Portuguese or a hnole, climb
ing through tho window.
Tho woman raited tho alarm and
the boy decamped at once; no traco
could be found of tha Intruder when
tho police officer arrived, but Chief
McDuffle has taken the case up and
there will probably bo something do
ing before long,
KANIH0 DECLARES HE WILL '
SUPPORT MC 0ANDLESS
... "i? JSSS, 'm ,??. '. .L
. roached McCandless to tell him my
I . . ... '.
i " " ..v-. u.i.e. m v uivihiiuii u.
my conscience." r , w
Asked why ho did not support Prince
Kulilo, Inprcfercnco to McCandless, he
stntodithat he h?d a personal reason
for doing so. This particular rcasdn,
which Is best knownto hlmselt,-has
so 'revolutionized his mental attitude
that It would bo absolutely Impossible
for any ono to change his mind.
"This talk about, tho color lino should
bo terminated,!' ho continue. "The
quicker we get rid ot that Idea, the
better Iho country will get along. I
onco had that Idea, which Is wrong
uu my an unuea auues citizens
now, and why nsk such a ques
tion? h admit that I did talk to the
people during the past campaign; but
now my eyes arenldo open,' and will
act accordingly in) thb ruturo. ., ,
,'lam quite ctritmlii that McCandless,
In line, event oliihlsy election as' Ha
waii's delegate toijOongresa, w1U do
what Is right for thei public; ". '
Kanlho,i In response' to noQuestlon,
said that he would glvo his- support
lfor J. J; Fern, for may.orof Honolulu.
uui aaaeu lurinor mat 11 fsouey wouiu
stay In Honolulu, and acccht1lhV,nomV
nation for-maj orally, ho will vote fr
With rofeVcnco to the cnpiparatvo
strength of tho three pollllqil parties,
tt n a tt n n n rt h
the data before it. According to
the first choice seteotlo It Is ovl
dent that the Bungalow site Js the
favorite, but as the second choice
voted GA for the Bishop lot. It will
be a. difficult matter to settle which
ot these two lots will be the most
sultable-gne'or tho new-library.--
CONFERENCE ' HELD
i r "i" i i i ir.u "t "!:
nir " ii'intPnMiP'
tm ."ii ttiri3wn' "
v' t 'iVirtiri'Mriy'lVii ' '
I aiiu.uuiv ;
he admitted (ho weakness ot his own
put). He expressed (lis admiration,
l.ov.cvcr, for.llie able managnleni andta
i.iplyit.o( the Kuolioa Ilomu Hull, (lie
1u1110 lijilo.ijOiBaj), In Its dltofaU,'
wmtn are w-meiy rcaa uy tno liawa u-
hkh are J
. t y .111 r - t
.. i( ,
said that though'
in conciutnug. Jio,aiu mat tnougu'
liu vCnufrl viiln Mr Xlrdnnfllsd llh n
..w .-.. ..-.v .-. -..-w-.. v.. .,., r
Delegatoif(o doligrtis, ho vrtrSul not.
liaVe nls Ueiir jlarty, unless ousted by
the majority' Votes of thoI'ilOme Rul
ers, iiBSomllldd hi a rcguldF conven
tion , ,. .v.
Mi. Kanlho. will loave for1 his. home
in Koliala In Jbly. While on 'Hawaii,
ho will work for tho election of 41c
Cnndlessr Somo of tho Democratic leaders, It
was reported this afternoon will wutch
for an opportuno tlmo to see Kanlhd,
with it lew'to getting him to become
a Democrat, and work for that party's
success at tho coming election.
Wednesday, March 9.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N, S. S.,
7 a. m.
Kauai ports W. O, Hall, stmr., 2
Port Townscnd Am. Ship W. II.
linlicock (In distress) a. :n.
San Francisco Cascade, Am. stnn .
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Thursday. March 10
Hawaii and Maul porta Claudlno,
rtmr. 1 '
Saturday, March 12.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Koa,
San Francisco Alameda, O, S. S.
Sunday, March 13.
Sallna Cms via Port Allen, Kahu
lul and Hllo Virginian, A -II. stmr.
Sun Francisco Nevadan. A -II stmr.
San Francisco I.ogan. U. S. A. T.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlknhala
Monday, March 14.
San Francisco Mongo'la, P, M. S. S
Wednesday, March 16.
Kauai ports W- - Hall, stmr,
Thursday, March 17.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, March 18.
(Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T. K. K. S. S.
Sun rranclsco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
S. 8. T
Monday, March 21. .
Son Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K
in Wednetday,' Mreh-2?. r--
Ptiget Sound ports Mexican, A.-II.
stmr. 1 ,
Saturday, March 26. ,
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
J Monday, March 28,
Hongkong via Japan poits Siberia.
P. II. S, S.
STEMlt OMM ., .
MAKES HER BOW
Tho latest addition to the Inter
Island Steam Navigation fleet, tne
Cascade, has, arrived.
Captain "Jlmmlo" Ruddcn, he of
the effulgent smiles, who used to
grec Pacific Mali travelers at every
port In tho Far East, when the liner
Korea, showed up on the horizon,
was found 'walking tho bridge otthe
Cascade this morning.
"We came down in quicker tlmo
than first expected," said Rudden
this morning. The Cascade behaved
very nicely on her maiden voyage
to the Hawaiian Islands." '
Tho vessel was but nine days and
Beven hours on the voyage. On her
decks were two Immense tanks each
capable ot storing 1S6 barrels ot
water or oil. The Cascade burns
oil for fuel, and the tanks added
greatly to her supply.
Tho Cascade Is bulit strictly for
freight business. She wilt not carry
passengers, according to Manager J.
A. r Kennedy ot tho Inter-Island. The
vessel has cargo space for at least
nine, thousand sacks of sugar. She
can accommodate one hundred head
of, cattle-,, on hor decks. There- Is
also room for Beveral thousand feet
of lumber. There Is five hundred
horsepower stowed away In the en
gine room, and this Is capable 01
propelling the steamor at a ten-knot
clip. , .j ' 1
Thp Cascade will be renamed, but
this 'detail will only be, attended io
after: permission has been received
from the Bureau of Navigation, at
1 The Cascade-iwlll hoi go on 'tha
Kona run, but will take up the work
between HonptUlu aud HOnokaa rand
KukUlhaele which has been handled
by th.jsteamers, Ltkollke and JNU1
' The, Cascade was formerly engag
ed In the coasting .trade and was
built by the firm which constructed
the Nllhau. The vessel went along
side the Oceania wharf to dis
THB STEAMUll W. O. Hall, from
Kajial ports was an arrival, at tho port
this morning with a largo shipment
ot sugar aud sundries. Tho vessol
also brought a number ot passengers
from varloufi ports of call on tho Gar
den 'Island,- - " fx
( . I . .. ..Tansilnv MArrhlK.
'.' 'v v ,
Knualjirots.-iKlnau btmr..'c 1 m.
.Maul nnd olpkfl) ppc.tB Mlkajialn,
stmr.. 5 11. m. 1 ,.,
- . n- ,i w .
. naunt tiOMB-pKeauhou,
.Hawaii imrtiwHolMu.. tmr
- ' ' Tr '
P- in. , ,,, .
Kauai ports N9gnu, stmr, C p. Jn.
VBSOEbfl 11 ULrAni
Kauai portbMvfa.'tiall, stmr.j
Frldj."Mrch 11. I
Mhul and ''Hawaii ports ClauBlne,
Manila1 via Guam I ogan, U. S. Ai T.
Sallna Crfuz via Port Allen, Itahu
lul nnd HIIo-ArlxdnannA..H. stn.r.,
' Monday,' Maroh 14. f: '
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. S. S. J
Tuesday; MarcrT.IS. j
Hllo ondf-wny porfe-llauna 'tKea,
stmr, ,,$ r'V.J; t
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. (
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkeliala,
stmr. . ,
Snn FranflsdoiLufflifo.1T.r7rs. 8.
San Franclson Alsmeifa) 'OTSfS 8.
Kaunl ports Wl O. Hall, stmrj
Friday, March 18. t
San FrancbiM--Nlppon Maru, f, K.
K. S. 8. i
Maul andf Hawaii ports Clai dins,
Dlllll. , ,, ,4. ,
Monday? March 21.
San Francisco Ten) o Mnru, f. K.
K. b. S. ,jV -,
Hllo and way, ports Mauna)
stmr. 1 J' l J
Knual ports Kiniu. stmr.
Maul and Molokal po'rtJ Mtkihala,
stmr. - . 1
Friday MarcV SB.
San rranclsco Siberia. P. M.'
Snllnn Cruz 'vla-PoTt'A'llfcn, Knhulul
nnd Hllo Virginian, A.-II. S. 8j
San Francisco Vllhelmlna, M. N.
S. 8. . .i
llohgltong'tha Japan' pOYSkorea,
P. M. 8. B. x ., ?"
Tuesday, Msryh 29. f.i
Vancouver and Victoria Matama,
C. A. S. 3,
: :.7 : .: '.v
";Por stmr. Klnau for Kauai jyports.
H. A. Bajdwlo, J..P.Cck,J.vTruo
blood, MistfDowsatt, f r
Per O. 8. S. 'Alnmeqa. for1 San
Francisco, 'Mar IS.VtKr. and Mra.
DIckerson.tMxj arfd -iirat, J, II. Bplt
tpr, Mr. and Mrs Maynard, Mrs. C.
II. Humphrey,. Mr. and) ,Mrs J. R.
Carpenter, Miss. W. DTpkson, ' Miss
Anderson, T. G. Ollmore, ;Mrs.
Seale, Miss Wood Miss aiddtngs,
Miss Hedden, Mr. and Mrs. P.'Mac
farlane, Miss Blalsdell, Mrs. C. A.
DJaladell. Mrs. Fred Jnow.'MlBa
Blerass, Miss O, Wadman, Mr. and
Mrs. F, B, Damon, Donald Ross, Mr.
and Mrs. James'llarvrMr.1 and Mrs.
I.. Mueller, Mr. and. Mrs. IX. J.
Hayes,- Mrs. M. J. McOlU, Mrs,"J. M.
McSurley, J. L. -Ruee.jll. D. Rce, F.
A. Black, J. A. Crowley, A. R, Malt
land, Walker and Storem, MrsJ''A. L.
Black, Dr, and Mrs. T. R. McNab.
Mr. Jacobs. , ' '
Per M. N. S. 8 Lurllno, toy San
Francisco, March 15. J. Beani. Mrs.
O. E. Cox, Miss Wlnno. Mrs. Hurray
Shipley, Miss Shipley, Mr, ana" Mrs.
O. P, Cooke, M rs. M. Snow, Mr, 'nnd
Mrs. Louis Underwood. Mr. nH Mrs.
W. P. Jarvls,.Mrs. O. A. Harvey. Mrs.
J. A8cott, Miss Mary Allen,rdwln
Bonner, Miss A ,MV Aloxandef? Miss
Baddaky, Miss A. Anderson. Mrs. W.
I.vln iMr. KnH Mm 1. Mustlpft. Ulii
Glddlngs, A. C. Burdlck. GJP!, Bur-
dicv5. A.vToian, Mrs. Ji A.woiiio,
Mr. and Mrs Hudsbh; Mrs.lJt. K.
Smith. M. Dredge, C. A'. Stovftrt, J.
McSourloVi J. McOlll. F.W.Kelin.
Miss Bachman, Mlss-brybroai J. s.
spiizcr, Airs- apuzeri Mr Martlno,
Mrs. J. L. Campbell, Miss. C, Camp
bull, Miss LiFlemmlng. JaniesTP. Dolo,
E. It. ,8haggH..P DfckeasoVi. Mra.
Plckeuson. Mra. A'. Watt', V. M. Spen-
Per stmr. Mauna-llifpr Kona and
Kau ports, MarchvJiraAi a.
Hawes, Dr. and MrsTrjl. JNBufdetto.
L. P. Bouvlllon.. ' ' '? 11
I PASSENdEna'ABHIVEQ t'
Per m: N. S. 8; liuritn? from Sail
Francisco, Mnrch-''rT1!. Daniels.
M. Simon, w, c. Emory, KaEn,ory
Miss & Mei'chanttTStllbB.'av'Rnbort.
Boh.'M'StSrieJ W. ,W. Klrkland. M.
Blair, Parsons,' J. Douglass,' Mrs.
MePhail, Miss McPhnll, J. ttrtsmir, Y.
L. Whllo, O. WVan JlooB.-Mm Van
Hoos, Paul Hesse. W. II. Eddy. Jdamlo
Miller. r,."srWats"Tsrre.U.M Woo.1,
TV. J, Cc-ori BV Olden,
THE MATSOK Navigation ptoamer
Hyailes is roportod will sail frolu Seat
tle orf March 12th. This' vessol han
been rcflttod with rofrlgoratlng'.apparn
tns and a wireless plant has alVobocn
Installed. Tho Hyailcs will bring down
a largo gonotaN cargo for Island Im
Tho annual, meeting ot tho Hono
lulu Crickef Club will bo held, at tho
offlccs.of Castla.&.WUhlpslqnon FrU5
day, March 18th, at 7:30 p. m.
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DEPAnrto . i .