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WVWNtNO nPtJ.RTlM. HOr?Ot.TJt,p, T. H., TUESDAY. MAR. IB, 1910
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu unapicr, n. . m. t
Rcguhr, 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of tte
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meotlng-) of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0ther Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. n. HENDUY. Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noble Gland.
All visiting blotters very cordially
Invited. - -
OAKU LODGE, No. ltTgjt P,
Meets every first oui: third tFrl
sty evening at 7:30 In K. of Pi Hall,
corner Fort ar.d Deretnnla. Visiting
toothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONES, a C.
0. r. HEINE, K. R. S.
fiONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, i). P. O.
K'ika, meets In their hall, on King
Etreet, near Fort, every Filday even.
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
B A. OOUTHITT, B. R.
II. C. EA8TON, Bee'.
KAWAJJAN TBIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. H.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
Irys of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers sor-
aiauy invited to attend.
P. HIGQtNS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HdNOLULU AEBIE U0,'iQ. 'E
Meets on the 2nd and 4th' WED
NESDAY evenings of each month "at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall,' corner
Deretnnla and Fort streets. " '
Visiting Eagles ara invited to" at
tend. W. R. RILEY, W.' P. '
WM. C. McCOY, Sec
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets eTery 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
,-HalI, cor. Fort and Boretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. K. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
You win enjoy eery bit of an Owl
cigar. Tlio care eh en to tho selection
of tho tobacco and tho making assure
you that tho last pun will bo as bwect
as tho first.
Tim Manufacturers' Shoo Co , Ltd ,
liuvo placed on salo about 100 palri
of children's -Bare-Foot Sandals ) at
fifty cents per pair. These Sandals
nro tho kind usually sold at U to $1.25
Under the Accident Policies Issued
by the Standard Accident Insurance
Company tho tlmo for which total fls
ability Is paid li unlimited, being prac
tlcally a life Indemnity contract. Ha
wallan TniBt Company, Ltd., agents.
Everything associated , with paper
caiT.bq found at Honolulu's pioneer
paper houso, Tho Hawaiian News Co
Alex. Young Fulldlng, where the Inrg
est stock of paper and printers' sup
piles, wrapping paper and paper bag
may be found. s
If jou nro a burner of wood or coal
jou Villi find tho Honolulu Construe
tlon and Drajlng Co, Ltd, tho 'most
satisfactory people to order from.
Their ofllco Is on Queen street, noxt
to tho office of tho Intel-Island Co
and their telephone Is 281.
Ordinary paint Is a very unsatisfac
tory coerlng for galvnnlzed lion or
steel Bill faces ns It peels and cnicicf
In a very short time. Lowors & Cookr
Ltd hao a scientific preparation, Oal
vanum, that Is tho best covering fa:
gahumVed 1rqi'nndntooi,- -
rj i. i . ; it
DULup IN APU PAV'-
WE HAVE WITH US
MT THE YOUNQ.
Tuesday, March 15.
J. 8. McCanillwss, City; A. L. James,
Jr., John M. Jenkins, Schoflold Bar
racks: C. 1J. Squlcr, Now York City;
Mr. hnj Mrs. J E Milan MlnneajKe
lis. Minn ; Thos. C. Smith, S. S. Ala-
8unday, March 13.
J. K Farley, Koloa; W. W. Ilruner,
Kauai; r Wobsr, I.lhttoj John B
Tripp, San Finnclsco; W Savldgo,
b o iday, March 14.
Mips Hoiteitc CombnulGr, Newark,
N. J.; Mr and Mrs. R. R. Lancaster,
Mew Yo.K City; IVcdcrico Correa, Ma
nila, Norman V Hcfflcy Brooklyn, N.
Y.j MIjs Norma Hefflcy, BrookIn, N.
Y.; Col an 1 Mrs. J. J. Hays and maid
Kenosha, Wis.; Charles B. Hays, Ko
noflm. Wis ; Trunk Slosson, Kenosha,
Wis ; Mlsi M. M. Nawtll and maid,
Nev, York City; O, 0. Warren, Mr. and
Mrs II. O. WUbur Philadelphia. Pa.;
I, E. SAiiborn, Boston. Mass ; H. Q.
PluniQWr, Oakland, Cul.j J. B. .Wood
rw Montreal, Canada: F. F. Scran
ion. New York City; Mrs J. R. Alley,
Boston, Mass ; Miss M. S. Alley, Bos
ton Mass.; Arthur II. Alloy, Boston,
Mdss. Edward IiJoUsbsrg Now York
City; R D. Lapham, Now York City;
J. L. Mooio, Now York Cit : Mr. and
.Mrs. J, A. McGregor, Sin Francisco;
Mr J, J. Armstrong, Chicago; Miss
.M. Armstrong, Chlcigo; Lester M,fty
nard. Vhdlvostok, Siberia; August
Held, Vladivostok Siberia.
Tuesday, March 15.
S. D Ilcnslor, Schofleld Barracks;
J. W. Jojes, Alanlla; Mrs. J. W Joes
and 2 children nnd nurse Manila; Miss
F. Butler, C. S. Haight. F. J, Miller
Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
John Tlllson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond,
Pratt, Mrs. E. K. Johnstone, San rran-l
Cisco; Miss Marjorlo Allan, San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Felker, C.. 0.
Snow, San Francisco; Allan Snow,
San Francisco; Mr nnd Mrs. M. A.H
koosicy, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Amcsr
Loulso C. Boldt, M. 0. Johnson, A,
Irwlno, Walmanaln; Mr, and Mrs. E
B. Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. Ji P. Mar
ley. , ,. j,, , ,
-8unday, March -13.
J. B. Tripp, San Fnncisco; Anna H.
Oallon, San Francisco; Elsa Van
Braham, San Francisco; Sarah Ab-
rams, San Francisco; Amy Frledland
or, San Francisco; II. Kennedy, Lolle
hua; II. A. Howard, J. II. Lalng. W. S,
Mondsy, March 14.
Carjotta Stewart) Kllauea.
TBUSTEES FOB QUEEN
' MAKE DENIAL OF DECEPTION
- (Continued from Page 1)
selection of Almoku, Humphreys ex
pressing the opinion that Almoku
was not a man of sufficient experi
It Is stated that the deed was
signed on December 2 In the pres
ence of Cecil Brown and Sam Da-,
man, Humphrejs reading tho deed'
In Its entirety and asking Llliuoka
lanl If she fully understood Its pro
visions, she stating emphatically
that she did. . ? -
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port Logan Is discharging about sev
en hundred tons of quartermaster sup
plies at the Hackfeld wharf. The ved
8dl has been making quite an extend
ed stay at the port. It Is expected
that tho troop ship will sail for Guam
and Manila at five o'clock this after
noon. The vessel is crowded with of
ficers, troops and civilian employees of
tho 'Philippine government '
Last W$k of Our
. ' . iiyfo r
i I "ii i
We want a very Urge businesa, next week. .To that
end we offer astonUhlnRTalnei in every department.
There will be the most unusual bargains in Spring Lin
Rerie, Dresses, Skirts, Shtrt-Wailts, Hoflery, Muilin. Un
derwear, Embroideries, eto.',
SEE OUB WINDOW DISPLAY '
' vn1 ".i i
.We are here to servejqn, and we, can do it to your
complete satisfaction and greatest economy.
..M WiT.WMiMTh ...
The value of ih cluiinid ad it
that it carries rtal menage, to the
l"edr. It insnMUt inmrthinir that
(the reader is interested in learning
and for tail reason the return from
churned advertisihe . is initantane
ous.n,Jf6Ktt immediate . returns in
2swaii use the Bulletin.
Telephone 603 to have Laundry
caJlMiJcr"and delivered, quick
M.fC?P!nnt Bod Jb dune Pn 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 Is
sdmetlm'es known ns the Two Jac.:s
Phone S and ask for Manuel Richard
when you want an automobile. Seven
scaled Chalmers-Detroit, lato model.
Eugcno Kanealll Alu, assistant clerk
of Judge Whitney's couit, was passed
by Chief Justice Hartwell esterday
to practice law In all tho courts of the
DISTBICT COUBT IN OPEN AIB.
(Continued from Pace 1)
up correctly on the merits of the
enso. He, of course, would not sx
press an opinion, but the demon
stration would have seemed to havo
aided him a lot In making up his
mind as to what decision to give
novt weal '
(Atton.eys Llghtfoot and Magoon
were both Interested witnesses ot
the (maneuvers and they asked a
number of questions that showed
tho deep study of the art of automo
blling that they have gone In for.
Davis: claims that Qulnn's machine
struck him nnd forced his caf
through Levy's window; Qulnn
swears he never touchod the other
car, and his passengers, to the num
ber of three, bear him out Davis
rear, lamp Is broken, and he claims
that Qulnn's machine did the trick.
As the'' lamp Is well lnsldo the.
springs which project behind the
car, It Is hard to seo' how It was
If the tiro of Qulnn's front rlght
hnnd wheel struck the back tire ot
Davis' wheel, tho force ot Impact
might not have been felt, by the pas
sengers, and still the Davis car
might have been diverted so that It
headed for the window and went
there under Its own power.
'However, all the evidence Is now
In and tho counsel liayo had their
say. It Is now up io Judge 'Andrndo
to give a decision, and. no ono onvles
the judge his lob, as the whole case
U a peculiar one.
- POLICE COUBT NOTES.
There wero cry few cases In the
police court this morning and those
that did como up were1 quickly dispos
ed of. Louisa Perry who It li alleged
assaulted anotlior lady with a, 'deadly
weapon, to wit "a corned beef box."
had her case sent over till March 23,
when It Is expected that tho prosecu
tion will be able to have (he complain
ing witness on tho stand.
Tomlta, who assaulted a country
man', was lucky enough to have his
case nollo pressed, owing, to the re
luctance of tho porson who wns as
saulted to prosecute.
U O Dlnckmnn, tho Principal of
AlloIani College, was down on the cal'
endar for assaulting a boy natnod
KIchardBon.. There was no evidence
given in the case and it was 'sent
over"tlll March 19, The County At
torney Is Investigating tho matter orfilj
Uncertain allegations about tho boy
ace' proved to bo true, the case against
T3la.ckmanr.wM probably bo dropped.
Serious statements as regards the con
duct ot the boy and several other
youths 'havo been made and It. may
turn out that the flogging was ouly
what they deserved.' -
THE MEXICAN, an American Ha
waiian freighter, Is reported to have
sailed from Puget Sound today, Tho
vessel Is'oxnected hero on or about
March 23 wltli"gcneral'cofgo-"-t
When you want to be SUBE to hate ytrar
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY 1KANSFEB CO.
Jai. H. tore.
SHIP SEWALL .
' TB LOAD SUGAR
Is Now Being
. Repaired -
The Honolulu Iron Works has se-
curod the contract for making tho ) i Tho lad who swiped tho pants said
repairs upon the foremast of tho he did not havo sufficient money to
American ship Edward Sewall pay .for them, but that he woulj wash
which came Into port on February. , the garments and return them ai good
2t bringing a shipment of Poca- as now. Thlsfdld nofc-aattsfy tho own
hontos coal from the Atlantic sea-'er of the article' In questfon, and the
board, a portion of which cargo . "borrower" 'of the pints was (conduct
caught fire and wrought consider- ed to, tho receiving' station nnd charg
able damage to tho ship. led with larcenyt In ttftc secondidegrco.
TherfTossUl has been hauled toi'f W1' f f4
the Hackfeld wharf and yesterday BBALi ESTATl t TBANSAOTI0N8.
the work of taking down tho Entered1 for 'Becord March 14, 1910.
shrouia!nA'Ather gear supporting J O Keahualll to Manuel J Car
the mast woY; commenced. f vnlho1 .''. il .ft'l J.. M
A special ' board -of survey np- Bernlce'P "Bishop Museum by trs
pointed tp' ascertain the extent or J to Chun Wai Fftt , i'. . . h
Injuryto ,tHe vessel has filed a it- Ket On Ful Kon Socy to Wtl- ,
p6rt. Tho, work necessary to place 'tder'a Co Ltd M .... M
the Sewall In first-class condition 'Annie Garvle fdiDlehop & CbJAgrmt
again, will jxqulro about three Gertrndo V M Damon to Illshop ' ,
weeksMlmoto,complote. & Co . .v. . .. .'u .S :'. '.v. iAgrmt
Wheh the repairs are made, the Mrs8 M Lack to Frank Pnchcco L
hU tJ tl? L't. M - .. I -.. . T.-laba1A lTM.lAkl ntA k-l. .n l'
auil la IU U&I UI1 U VUlillllilllUCIlb Ui
nearly flt'evn, hundred tons ot sugar
now ja.walM,ng' at the Railway
wharves. The Bewail will then nro-
ceed ,ta IIII9, whero nn additional
shipment ,pf ,4000 tola will be load-'
ed. The vessel will probably take
her cargo tp, either Delaware Urcak
water or New York.
1 -.!. :
Stol- MIXEB AT W0BK
1 (Continued from Pa 1)
lennlabor.Each morning more men
apply for work than can bo Accom
modated ft j, , 1 ,
1The,bunkerB erected are large
enough to hold 220 yards of. crushed
rock. .Aui JmmnnsA Bhn,l-hn honn
built to hoka-1000 barrels of cement,
ao that.thsoji willbe.no fear f tbo
uplyr runJngish'ort.Klurlngi i con
struction work on the fertiliser com
The footings for this new build
ing araall'4n. The steel for use In
connectldn with this warehouse was
hipped on February 7, and Is duo to
arrive here? on or about April 7.'
Ninety!' days from the time this
steel 'Arrives, work on tho fertilizer
plant'iwlll "hive been completed. r
t When erected, this will bo tea
Lnneitisrelnforced structure In tue
Terf (toryi ' Aside from the Yctyoha
ma,iBpecle Dank building, It will bo
tie ouly absolutely fireproof building
In those Islands. This warehouse la
being erected at Iwllel. -
It will be 103 feet In width b
300 feet in length. A portion of
the structure; -60 feet by 200;' feet,
Will be two-storied. The building
Is to be constructed of reinforced
concrete; throughout, under the Kabn
system, U 1
Tho building -Is designed as i a
warehouse and will be one of the,
heaviest structures In the Territory.
It Is being constructed to carry 600
I pounds to tho square foot for tno
entire floor Bpace. It will be abso
lutely fireproof, 'as thore wilt bejio
wood or. combbstlble 'material used
In its codsfrudtlon.ti tr j
The foundations now being pulj
down rest upon coral rock about nro
feot below th surface of the ground.
The first floor Is arranged with doors
on either side! so that trucks' may
be driven In any part ot the build
(ng.i .There wilt be a bag olevator
at each end of 'tho building for the
purposo of carrying the fertilizer td
thoi second story. All doors' and
window openings will be Inclosed
with fireproof1 metal shutters, and
tho, wholo building will hare-ample
ventllatlon'-by means of metal lou
YW ventllotorsi , These will be pro;
tected from 'fire and' sparks from tne,
outside by'belng covered with heayy
'tThe total capacity ot the build
ing will bo In the neighborhood or
2000 ton;i vThe (height of the first
atory will' be eighteen feet and that,
of thf -second story fifteen, feet. -In
order to give some Idea of the heavy
construction of' the (building, the
Rlrdors 'qfthe"second floor will bo
10 feot by 33 feet, reinforced with
lr,,Kahn 'trussed bars. The dis
tance between supports will bo
twenty feot. ,
Malls aro Oue at Honolulu from
points as follows; 1
Ypkoharoa Per Nippon Mau, March
Colonies Per Marama, March 29.
Vancouor Per Maltal, April 2. v
Malls wll depart for tho following
points as follows;
San Francisco Por Lurllne, today.
Vancouver Por Marnma, March 29. '
Colonies per Maltal, April 2, '
,-fV t.-.r j.1 " "
IsFFor Salt" earda at Bulltln,i
WOULD NOT PAY
This nftcrnooh'a pair of Hawaiian
nuths nppcaredln1 Chief McDuffio's
office, and one ot them complained
thit tho other had takorin pair of flan
nol pant'. Tho rightful owner said
lie would drop the case; if tho value
of tho pants was paid him Tlie Ch'ef
said that his office was no collection,
agency, and that the complaint could
either swear out a warrant or let the
A-nvov.c iwicivu, nu iiau . ku , f
1 Henry' Kalshlkl .',:.:.. A
Paul K Kaclemakulo to Union .
Mill C6 ......n.....AiV
AN Campbell, tr, to
et al . . . . 1 . .
William It Castle, tr, et al to
'' Mary Peter . .,itvU. .;'al . . D
Y Anln, tr, to Honolulu Crack
er Cp "..'. ..,'1.V..v1,..t.. h
Mary C 'L'llsworth' and hsb to
Dank of Hawaii' Ltd i.t'Jl1;..
11 'F 'Lewis. and -wf Ho' Henry
Waterhouse Tr'Co Ltd.i. J,.
Oahn College by trs to II Stuart
Johnson 1, ,w jt, ,s . Vj', .'.J. .
II Btuart Johnson to Trs of Oaliu
College . 1 j A'1. ;i.i. .
Wilfred A Qreenwoll, tr, to Kl-i
Ien A yeaer ,'i,,,,'.v,J.,AM
E1'en A Wearer to Holon
Rosa .. ....Ml.. Hel
Helen 'N Ilosa to A S Hum- 1
fphroysiW'.'j 4., t.i,.;.J.is.. D
A S Humphreys and wf to Dank
1 of Hawnlli Ltd''.-; ) i, fiViv'. X . W
Est ot J 'Kamakele by admr to
C- Urewer & Co' Ltd i. . U
Grim wood Rlchardsonft' Co' to
Palolo Land & ImprVmt Co . '
Ltd . . i . . . A . u j . 1 . ., . . . i . .Itel
Pioneer Bldgv& Loan) ABsh ot
Hawaii to Ann Stratford et
1 ,i. A. it ;MV.i..ft..Kel
Kan Tun Kl'et al to Young Le -. '
' Shee ,... . 4. ,... :.:....:.. PA
Lum Kun Chan to Young Lee 1
vShce J.V ..'.' . l .' i . v ... P .
Young ChOvy Kwal and bsbet
l by atty to'S Kuba.f.i.,. 11
SiKuba and wf to Trent Trust
Co- Ltd - M
Entered for Becord March 15. 1910.
C Q Yeo Hop'to Yin Pang;.... ' L
i u t y
in fORiiem pot
Tuesday, March IB,
MUK1LTEO Sailed-Mar. 14: Dktne,
'Amaranth, for" Pearl Harbor.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mar. 14: S. S.
Asld, hence Mar, 2.
8EATTLI-Saled Mar. 14: S. S. Me-
xlcan for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar .'15 a
P. m.: '8. S, Tenyo Maru, for Hono
lulu, v I
MONGOLIA BB0UOHT ;
OPIUM 'UNDEB SEAL
- '-1 . 1 i k
(Continued from Turn
11a offlcers'aro said to have objected
to 'the removal of the otitum by the
Federal officials, and to all accounts'
the drug Is still (Included In tbd
stores- on Iboard the' Faclflct Mall
liner, which is now steaming In the
direction of the coast1 of Asia.
THE A.-H. steamer Nevadan Is now
taking on' n'uhlpmenfof sugar at Port
'Allen 1 and Is expected to return to
Honolulu on Thursday.: The' vessel
has boon placed on tho berth to salt
for San Francisco direct on March T19,
Tho Nevadan hds accommodation for
a dozen first IplasB 'passengers. Tho
vessel is wpli flUedtfor taking caro of
a limited numbe. of 'travelers, ii
1 ARTBIt HAYJNP discharged a ship,
ment of nltrateat atj-TortnAllen, the,
American schooner Stlmson thai 'left
tho Kauai port fori Port Townsend
Wash," m i
'UnHeil,Statqs Marshal iHondry this
morning arrested a Russian nnm.nl
Sobrleskt who was chargediwlth.trew
passing on Quarantine' island where
there are 'about bIxj hundred r of his
countrymen under quarantine for dfphi
tnerla.) I li , ' ,v uim
A sentence of thrco, year's Imprls.
onment wob Imposed UiIb morning by
LUnlted States -Judge Robertson upon
Totaro Nraharn,io Japaupoqrconvlcti
cd of bringing a. Japanese woman Into
wie country lor immoral ipurposes.v
' P, ,C, Jones ftook his 1 formal ;ioao,
taking) tlila nioruliu: as a dliector-.u(
,iho,Unnk,vj; Hawaf A handsome nil.
vern ma 1'ieBepteH tq.him by tho
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, March 18.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, March 17.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
Friday, March 18.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
3. B. - '1
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T. K. K.S. S. -
Saturday, March 19.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
Sunday, March 20.
Kauat ports Klnau, stmr., a. m.
Maul and Molokal poris Mikahala
stmr., a. m.
Monday, March 21.
Seattle and Tacoma Hyadcs, M, N.
S. 8. t
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. S. "
Wednesday, March 23.
Puget Sound ports Mexican, A.-II.
stmr. 1 - 1
Knual ports--V. O. Hall, -stmr.
t ' J Thursday, March 24.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne
Saturday, Marc.i 28. 1
llllo and way ports Mauna Kca
Sunday, March 27.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., a. m.
Maul and Molokal porta Mikahala
stmr., n. m.- '
Monday, March 28, '
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia
P. M. 8.'B, (
JJ Tuesday, March 29.
1 Australian ports Marama, C.-A.
i ' WednesdayMarch 30.
Kauai ports V. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 31. '
Havall and Maul portB Claudlne
stmr. t .
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Konaiand
Knit ports, March 22. Mrs.- Walau
Mrs. De'cbo, Vf U,' ' Orcennel!,) L,
Orcenwcll, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Magoon
Mrs B. C. Orcenwcll.
x Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii rrts, March 18. Mrs. E. K.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports,
March 22. J. K. Farley, II. D. Wish
r -- - ,
Crook, -from Honolulu for Manila
Dlx. at Manila, Jan, 20. . 1 I
Logan, from Han Francisco for Hono
lulu. March 7.
Tfcinv. s,' arrlrcd Honolulu fiom Ma
Anils', March 7. , 1 '
Blierfdan, arrived Manjla from Hono
, -Julu, March 3. ' '
IIOUOH .WRATHERilsJielng .'mel
with by 'tho nuw.iMatson 'Navigation
liner Wllhelmlna nuwrttnder way. from
8dn' Francisco to 'Honolulu,, Tho ves
rcl wbb rciiortcd.'by, wireless )asf
orenlugv har. position- being given al
760 rulloj) fltf SaniFranclsoo; -Accord',
Ing to advices received through' the"
agenqy of Castle & Cooke, tho ,Wllj
helmlna wis steaming -through frost)
gales from the-'southwestinnU heavy
seas. Tho weather was equally. ,The'
Wllhelmlna Is expected to nrrlvo here
onFrlday ana It Is understood that
tho' vessel Is' bringing among other
pViengers, the members of a dra
ma(tc and stock company which wlli
open at the Opera House. j
,81X O'CLOCK this evening Is I the
time sat for tho Ueparture-of the Mat;
son- -Navigation' llnqr (Lurllne -for Satj
Francisco. , ThiVesspl .hnj been Stak
ing on an'extcnslvo cargo 'at 'the Rail,
way wharf for tho post few days. fTho
Lurllne has been booked-to hdr capac"
Itr.iwlth' first cabin passengers. Con:
slginmonts.',f sugar and -other Ha!
I Wallan products to bo taken by, the
Lurune inciuao isoo tons of renneq
aild' S200 tons' of raw1- sugar, 000
bunches bananas; 9000 cai-ear canned
pineapples,-1000 sacks rlcond a quan
tlty of- sundries. - Forty seven -passengers
bave-'boen booked for tbe coast
by) the' vessel. - j( - l
t .TAKINO'A'LAROB shipment of
surfar and other linos ot Hawaiian pro
dtiet,Atho American-Hawaiian freight-icr'-Arlzonan
sailed from Hllo on last
Saturday with destination 1 as SallhJ
Cruz. "'The 'vessel lto6k cargo gathered
at'a'number ot Island ports. ,"
- THE JlATSON Navigation freight-
or tiynoes,-wnicn1 ib now en-'route
from' 8eattle and Tacoma li bolleved
will arrive hero on or' about March 21)
The 'steamor'U bringing a large ship'
rnent'Ot freight for' Honolulu as wolt
as ollior'lalalid 'lioftsi ' 1
QUITE A NUMDER of tourists loft
Honolulu at '"noon' today tof the jVol'
Cano on Hawaii 1 by tho Inter-Island
steamer Mauna Ke. Tho vessel jmlt
d 'With a full list ot cabin passengers
and" a-'falf sized general cargo. I' I
"1 THE AMKR1CAN schooner Balboa.
With 'it shl)mont Of lumbor, 'h'as left
Puget Bound for-this port. According
to a report the vessel left Tacoma for'
Honolulu on March 4.
fflin PACIFIC iMAIL Unor Koroal
which salted from Honolulu'-on March
8th Is reported by cftble'as having ar'
I.THB INTEIM8LAND steamer Nil'
hau has' been placed on "tho berth' to
Halt for the ports of Honokna nnd K11.
tkulehaelo at noon tomoriow,
t If. M.
'm Monday, March 14.'tj
Japan ports Manila an,d Honbkong
Mongolia, P. M. 8. p;,' 6I0 p. m.
Kauai ports NuuatVviWi, p n, m;
Kauai ports W, 0 Half, stmr., 5
P- m 1 JlJil'l ' , '
Kauai ports Kcauhotf. stmr., 8:40
P. m. H i'.,
Kauai ports Iwalanl, stmr., C:30
p. m. v ,
Kahulul and ports Novadan, A.-II.,
stmr, 6:45 p. m. '
1 Tuc8day,.'March IB.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
I VE8SEL8 TO DEPART (
J Today, j
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr, 6 p. m.
' Manila via Guam Logan, U. 8. A. T.
3 p. m.
, Kauat ports Klnau. stmr, 6 p. ro.
f. Maul and Molokal ports Mikahala,
stmr.. 5 11- m.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. S. S.
Cue 1 k'ii( "
' Wednesday, March 16.
Honokna and Kukulhaelo Nllhau,
stmr., noon. .
Sallna Cms via Port Alton, Kahulul
and Hllo Virginian, A.-H. 8. 8. ,
San Francisco Alameda, O. S. 8.
Kauai ports W. O. Hail.' stmr.
Friday, March 18,
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno.
stmr. 1 ' '''
San Francisco Novadnn, A.-II.
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tenyo -Maru, T. K.
K. . 8. . -
Tuesday, March 22.
Kauat ports Klnau, stmr. 1
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahntn,
Friday, March 25.
San FranclBCo Siberia, P. M. S ft.
Thursday, March 24, f
8an Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
S. S. , t , i , k
''Monday, March 28.
Hongkong and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. 8. , j
Tuesday, March 29. 1 J
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,'
C. A. 84 8. ,
PA88ENOCR8 DEPARTID r
Por P. M. S.S. Mongolia, for Ja
pan ports, Manila and ltorigkbn-r-L.
P. Donvllllan, F.E. Clark, "Cbss.
Drury, Mrs. Cbas. ,Dr0ry, Z. 0..
Dnnn, MrsT zo. Dunn, iW.' DranM
J. W. Ornnt, Mrs. J, W. Orant, Miss
Ida Hendon, A. D. Patterson,, Mrs
A. D. Patterson, II. C. Ordway,' Ms.
H. C. Ordway, Mis? p. Ordway, Mlsrt
H. Ordway, Geo. Shonriaq, Mfs; Or p.
Shorman, Mrs. M. Steward,' Mrs. t.
W- Tinkham MlB3 it. , Tlnkham,
Mrs. S. M. Ctt, Miss E. F. Why, B.
U. Wlllard, Mrs. E. R. Willard. Qi
-Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for o
and way ports, Mnr.'lG. Mr. and
Mrs. J, A. McGregor, God.. I. Drown,
tluckston Drown; E,, A, Eames, Mrs,
Eam'es, ,Mr. and Mrs W. A. Uslil
Wln, Mrs. D. R. Nelman, Miss Nel
manMlBs K, Wlght.'Mlsg May.Wll
Uams, Mr, and Mrs JI. Jf. 'Baldwin,
C. L. Wight,. Mrs. Morllrner,;, Smith,
Miss Melone, Mrs. li? A. Strong,
Mrs. J. D, Neville', .'Dr. land , iirs.
Durdetto, Mr. and Mrs. H. ft 'Deck
ley, J.' J. iBelser, 'Dr. Victor, ElaHi,
It. A..Youngv. L. Oordoh, .Mrsr Oor
don.i Itfs.' Deane, Miss Deano'C. F.
Ashley Cooper. ,' ,
PA8gNaER8 sookko S.)
'Pel. O a' a Alkn... it A. din
Francisco, Mar, 16. Mr, anflJMJli.
Dlckerson, Mr. and Mrs. J. II: Spll
ser, Mr.iartd Mrs; Mayhard Mri; 0.
H. Huiaphreyi Mr', nnd rMrs.V Ji j .'
Carponter, Miss W. Dickson, -Itlsa
A.UnderBon, T. O. .allmore, Mrs.'
Beale, Mies Wood, 1 MUsr Olddlng.,
Miss Hedd,en, MrJ nVfMts P.lfad
farlane', MlSsBlatsdli, -Mrs. 0. A.
Jllalsdoll., Mrs, Fred BnoW, lilto
Elerass. Miss Q.'.Wadman, Mr. 4hU
Mrs-F.vUI iDamdn; Donald Ross, Mr.
and Mrs. James Harvy, Mr. and Mrs1.
L. Mueller, 'Mr. and Mrs, R. j.
Hayes, MrB. M. J, McGlll, Mrs..J. M.
McBnrley, J. L. IluseH. D. Bite.' F.
A. Dlack. J. A. Qrowley. A: R. Mid
land, Walker ind Storom, Mrs Ali.
Ulack. Dr. nnrf 'Mm T n M)Mati
. . ....-, ., ... WBV.,WH,
tiTf jacoosi -j , "i,ri
'. nw'ii ai, uieqw, ssrs. urcaia,
T0r. and Mi's. HowardIoPn Bpllser,
IrB.'8pttser, Miss- Baciitrian, 'Miss
uryoreaa, Mrs. f, uercgo; Mrs. Dials
flell.1 LouIb 'Under'wood, Ed Dennor,
F. C. Moonj Dr. ahd Mrs. McNab,-Mls
MtNab,- Mrs. Underwood Mrs! 'Camp
bell, Miss C. Simpson, Mrs. SlmpsolS,'
Mr.tand'Mrs: Mulle, A. C. Burdtck,-j
P". BuKlIck; MIss'H, O. Denson, Mrs.
W. Lylc, Mrs. J. Noble. k
Per stmr. klnau. for Kuntil nni-la
Man 1. 'Thos. Weir, Marstoh
Campbell,' Oov. W; I Fi-ear, J. U.
Mcconnftll, Mrs. McConrtell, w. 'A.
Doble, R." Catton, H. Schtiltz, Mrs.
Schults, Dr -Vctor-Clark.
t TAKING. OENEflAL cargo, tho A.
top-lBland IBteamor Noeau U a-i,e,l.
-ulddMoiisoll'tibr Katml twrts at 0
pciock mis Qvoqing.
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