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"'Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regularj 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Decree.
All visiting members of the
Orilcf nro cordially Invited to
uttend meeting of local louses
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other A0.
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciationj cor
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
J:30 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Tort 8treet.
U. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. MC COV, Noble drand.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. P.
Meets Avery first and thlnj Trl
Itv evening at 7:30 in Ki of PI Ittll,
corner Fort and neretanla.--VJsltlng'
toothers cordially Invited rAUend,
W'M.' JONES, c-5; ' T
0. T. HEINE, 1CR. S,
HONOLULU I0DQE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
Elks, moets In their nail, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
log. Visiting Brothers are cordially
tnvlted to attend.
E. A. DODTHITT.-H. K.
H. O. EA8TON, Sec'y.
EAWAIIAN IRIBE, No. 1. 1.t).-S. M.
Meets every first and third Thura-
rys of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting uromers cor
Mlly Invited tovattend.
P. HIGQINS, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. Or E;
Meets on tho ,2nd and 4th WED
' HF.SDAY evenings of each, jnonlh..al
7:80 o'clockvln K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglea aro Invited to,att
fend, , -
, W. II. RiLBY. W. J"..
'Wil. C. MfCOY, Sec.
Wm: M.'EINLEY I0DOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
-' flail, cor. Fort nnd nerctanla. Visit-
'II UrULUUin -Utu,aiijr wittvu lu -.US-W-.K
, H. X" TAYLOR, C. C.
, E, A. JACOUSON, K. R. S.
Tho Bprlng and summer shapes of
tto famous Knox and Deacon ImtH.nro
jio on sale at Slla's Toggor), tho
tjoro ror good c(otiies.
'The weak nnd convalescent will find
o wonderful food and tonic In pure
lieer. In Honolulu dilnk Prlmo,ttho
wi-i-i iiiulh uiunuu IU Ullll II1IS CJI
. Iii n business transaction or In nn
Important comniunlpatlon to a friend"
tuo loss of n mlniito may bo a serious
matter. If jou uso tlio Wlroless,tliere'
will bo no loss of time; its Instnn
tnncoiiB. To sccuro financial Indopendqnco
'ini must luuo n definite plan nnd per
sistently pursiiQ It. Muko the Saving
Ilmjk yojir plan and start, now by open
ing an account with llio Hank of Kn
If your nutomobllo needs a now
vtheel, springs, fonder or nuy renew
als or repairs be sum to consult ,th(
AV. W. Wright Co , Ltd , i ornor of King
nnd South uttcetj, who nro experts at,
nil automobllo ropnlrs,
Whllo It, Is rtepgnlred that beer antl
liquors pro a necessity In tlls rllmalo
still ono slinuld bo particular about
getting tlio best. At tho Criterion,
coiner ot Hotel nnd Bclliel streets,
only tho beBt is re.nM.
SAY ROAD IS NOT GAFC.
It Isn't safe to go homo after dirk
jiroyldod you live on Sinn I-"y Lnuc
, nccordlng to the stnteinent fropi t
mntnritv of Iho nronertv owners nlnnc
1hatthorouKhf.no wholnvo petitioned1
the'eltv nnil ronntv Snnervl?orft frir .
rjj'.ilfour electric llghtB to bu plncs; along j
m Jbo prajqr may bo granted,
WOKS. ' . r v-"V"-T
iSBt-1" " i
WE HAVE W)TH US, .
r.T THE YOONQ.
Wednesday, March IC.
mill Mrs. H I' IV e, Kauai
Tuesday, March 15.
J S McCnndless, C'ltj ; A. 1.. James,
Ir, John M Jenlliis, Scliqflcld Bar
racks; C. II Biittler, No v York Cltj i
Mr mill Mis J. I .Milan. .Minneapo
lis, Minn, Tims. C. Smith, S.iB. Ala
Sunday, March 13.
I. K Tniloy, Koloa; W. W, IlrtinprV;
Katnl, r Weber, l.lliuo; John ll '
Tripp, San Francltco; W. Savldgc,
August Johnson '"
Monday, March 14.
Miss Hortijnse Combender, Nov. ark V
N. J : Mp. uiiil .Mrs. U. II. Lancaster,
New YOilt City: Frcdcrlqo Corrca, Ma
nila: Norman I. Henley. Brooklyn. N.
Y ; Miss Normi Ucffley, HrooKljn, N,,
Y , Cnl and Mis J. I. Hns nnd maldf
Kcnotha, ,Wls : Charles 13. Ha)s, Kej
ncislia, wis.; rratm siosFon, Kenuana
wis.: ansa Mr m. inowcii ami maw.
Now York City; C. O. Warren, Mr. ond
Mrs II O Wilbur. 1'lilladelrhla Pa ;
E H Sanhorn, Boston, Mass; ll'. 'Gjji
riutnmer, uaiuanu, wai ; j. it. wuau
row, .Montreal, Canidn: IV I Scran
ttn. Now YoiK Clt; Mrs J. It Alley,
lloston Mass . MIfb t. S. Alley, Dot
ton, Mas.; Arthur II. Alle). Boston,.
Mass; Edward Hjovtsbcrg. Now York
CIO : II I) I-apham. New York City J
J. U Mooro New York City; M. ami.
.lira, j. a. Aiourcgor, aan J riuicucu;
Mrs. J J
Armstrong Chicago; Mlsa
ong, Chicago": Lester Maj
lit notn'r C11ini-ln A tlfritet'
nard, Vladivostok, Siberia; August
Hjeld, Vladivostok, Siberia.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Wednesday. March 16.
C. b Olsen, Kahuku.
Tuesday, March 15.
S. D. Henslcr, Schofleld Dnrrncks;
J. '. Jojcs, Manila; Mrs. J. W. Joyes
nnd 2 children and nurse, Manila; Miss
F. Dutlcr. C. S. Halght. r. J. Miller'
Dr. and Mrs S. JTMorrls, Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Tlllson, Mr.-an.il Mrs. Raymond
Pratt, Mrs. E. K. J&hhstone, 8an,Fratt
clsco; Miss Mnrjorlo Allan, San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Fclkcr, C, O.
Snow, San Fraqclsco; Allan CSnarw,
San Frnrtclscoj-Mr. and Mi,(J;A
I.oosloy. Mr. and Mrs ITrtA.'Aancs:
Loulso. C. BoIilt.M O." Johnson, A.
irwlne, Walmanalo; Mr, wid Mrs. E
U. oidnam, Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Mar-
Sunday, March 13.
J. n. Tripp, San Franclzeo; Anna II.
Gallon, San Francisco; Elsa Van
LDraham, San Francisco; Sarah Ab
rams, San Frnnclico; Amy Frlulland
c'r, San Francisco; II. Kennedy, Lelle,
hua: H. A. Howard, J. D. Lalng. W. S
Monday, March 14.
parlotta Stewart, Kllauca.
m i m
Twenty shares of McI)rdo sold
at 7.125 constituted! the total busi
ness done on the Stock Exchange
Of tho between boards business.
ono hundred, shares ot,HalUu at 14U-
were the largest item,' -and tnls fig
ure appears as tho bid for this
stock, Tep shares of illrewery stock
sold, at, 18, ten of Pioneer ,ut' 248,
fifty ot Oahu at,-38.125, and titty
Hawaiian Commercial at 4Q.870.
Thirty sharcs',Of HIIq Rajlway sold
at 13 CO.t
Tho market, is not especially
weak, as no ono seoms Inclined to
sell, but there is no bidding to give
any elements of new Btrcngth. "
Last lm of; W
(e want a, very larr;c business this week. To lhat
end we offer astonishing values in every department.
There will be the t most unusv-a bargains in Spring Lin
perie, Dresses, Skirts, ShrtVWaias,, Hosiery, Muslin Un,
derwear, Embroideries, eto."J " ' '
SEE OUR WINDO DISPLAY . ( ""S '
We are here to serve you; and we can do it to jour
complete satisfaction, and greatest economy. ''
Kort Strqet, app.
LOCAL AND GENEKAL
. ThB rvalue of. the classified ad "it
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifies something that
the-reader is interested in learning;
andi for this reason ,the return from
dassfjfed advcrtiilnjr U instantane
ous! r To1 Ret immediate returns in
Hawaii use the -Bulletin.
Telephone C03 to havo Laundry
caltcy for and dollvcred quick
jit ybu warita good Job done on aq.
autd of carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. ,Co., 427 Queen St.
Time spent nt the Fashion Saloon 1b
tfpo pleasantly spent. 7ha placo Is
sometimes known as the Two Jeers
Mrs. C. I.. DIckcrson for uptodato
millinery nt rcasonablo prices. Tho
onlj one that does 'nccordebn pleating
In Honolulu, Green stamps, too, for
Hawaii as we!l represented nt tllb
Moron Mhrphy fight, and around the
ring were to ho seen colonel 8am
Parker. Frank Thomnson. E. Ixird and
ifcveral dtlier local sports.
-r According, to inspector Scully the
Automobile drivers hro going slow
non-adas mill although he has timed
aulte n number lately, they all were
wfihln ilia fifteen mllo limit of 'speed,
mgni inns who were caugnt on tne
Park Theatre lot thfe other night, were
thnrced with being Tngrants, but thi
vfaiij ngalnst them was dlmisscd after
titer rtcolvfcd k tecturo from Judge
John 'Darling was affectionately
frnnk Jafet nlnhL and Insisted on kiss-
'"ftiC10 tHrnlteJ wh took him to his
hlcoeuof cellA 'Iohn appeared beforo
Jililjh! Atidrudo thltj mprnlng and was
flnfid i7 for both, offenses '
I'TJVL'JpaBO agnlliat"M1-a-m. K'. Almy
Wlllflff eh:irc.il with heedless ilrlvltiir
of fin nptdhidblle, was sent over till
ArtflPG'liili"'ihdnlns at the police
coillt." Tho defendant Is at present on
th'd.eosstytnd will not bo'back beforo
'"SUA 'Ked' JuhR'and B Tslck Sen.
tu'n lrtHinfia nrW Intnlvn (In n rrnn
sinfliiQni fcas6 i"wtth reference to nn
allegdil assault caser Tllo first named
ivafc' renipnilea .till March W, and the
n'tleVMIII Mnrch"20. C. F., Chllllnir.
( nth I 'ilKiinnnlnW
Ui Isappe'nrlng f6r( tho prosecu
"and'1'. Llchtfoot for the defense.
Xtll 6' clrfclc this intfnlnc a nollco
oflicer Mufld:J,n basket outsldo of a
Hotel Mtreet sttloon, The oHlccr took
Iho baiketltl Ihd 'police station and
then tho chjUnlri ot the watch carefully
opened If.'"' Ail. empty demijohn met
the hornned gateor(tho omcers, and
(hen airturtbeV Interest In the matter
was lqsp ', ; A ' ' ''
' LETTtR WRITING
I Arrtetta, tip Flllplpp who wASBeaf.
io jnil somo'tlme. ago as Jv vagrant,
and rw(io , made serious allegations
against n Salvation Army officer, la
once more .'at. liberty, and has re-
WW.fnnu, .wno-jYouicj appear to no
nltUettcrazy, has, started writing
loners io tne young , vyoman, vvflo
complained,, qf.1 hhT conduct before".
au,am;Qrugli., only, ono of tho,mls-
svesijosijeen maiieq, several owi
craj, w;ef 0o fpund ,n , his possession
whpn ,l0wn8Jarreat9dlfor Invcstlga
llfln fy Chet Mcuma, ths mrn-
,ni in, r ji. ' ,', ,
1,A letepjirportlng.to be frop) the
ypuhg woman was found In one lot
f Arf fetto's pocUota,. but it Is a palpa;
Die forgery, nndtuera, la no doubt
that, he. wroto(JblmselL ' (
The pollcoaro at.i loss ns to what
to do In" thercaso,. the ..man having
committed no crime so far. How
ever, the County Attorney Is look
ing Into the matter, and some kind
of a charge may be. laid against the
1St;OAR FROM two elovators and
also a consignment received hero this
morning by tho Inter island steamer
W; O. Hall Is going into tho American
Hawaiian freighter Virginian, which
lias completed tho dfschargo of a large
geperal cargo from Now, York via
llVlt IS Th t flvrvlnlfn It n jtl aJhIaJ .
1,wM- J MlhlllllllllJDinvilUUUICU IU
sail for Sallnn Cruz via, Kauai and Ha
waii ports this afternoon.
When yon want to be SURE to hare your
Handled right, phone tout order to tht
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
TDN THOUSAND rahos n
leum. besides a n,",'t'V '
cargo Is dub to prrivo hero dally by
the Amcrleah bark a
This vessel Is now fifteen itajs out
from 8nn Francisco. The Welch may
go to the Oceanlo wharf to rt lt'm
whero'a oTo'f dockma,terial is rte-'
lined. A few pnengera may arilvd
by tho Windjammer. '
THE NEW STEAMER Ilcavcr, built
nt Newport News for the San Francis
co and Portland Steamship Company,
nn ndjunct of the Pacific Mali, has
Vailed from 'New York for San Fran
cisco, nmllfls expected to arrlvo In
abouUorty-nvedaB. Captain William
KMntoni formerly of (ho nose City nn 1
Kansas City, on tho Portland routo, Is
Inr command Ho went to Newport
News mdntln ago to look after the
comnleilon of -the Deaer and her
teV ship,, the near. Tho latter left
N.ew York about a month ngo under
command of Captain C. F. Austin, for-metly-
of thel Minnesota,! and Is ex
pected to arrive hero within tbo next
three 'or four weeks. Doth steamers
laden with heavy cargoes ot steel Informant on all things In politics and
.hardwire for this const, nnd .asI'a'c the rumor uh to him for con-
soon as possible alter arrlvnl here will
bo plncod on the San Francisco and
Portland route. Tho Rose City Is to
he retained on tho line, but the Kan
sas City will In nit likelihood bo trans
ferred to tho Pamma route. On her
trial trip Iho Heaver showed n speed
of 17.C knots nn hour or half a knot
more than was shown by tho Dear on
IN BALLAST, the American ship
William P. Krje, Captain Nlckcrson,
of tho Bates . Chcsebrnugh licet, salt
ed from Sun I'Yanclsco on February
2C for Kahulul, whera she will load a
full cargo of sugar for Delaware JJrcak
water. The ship John Hna of the Bamo
fleet, which; arrived at San Francisco
several days ago from tho Atlantic
Coast with 'general merchandise, 'Will
follow the Fre as soon as sho com
pletes the discharge of her heavy car
go. The Manga Rev a is now loading
for Now Yorjc nnd Philadelphia direct,
and will getaway within a taw days,
She will be liden with 1500 tons of
Iron .rrnn Ynft Inn of .In rm., BOA
Iron scran, 100 tons of tin scrap, 800
tons of wine, 700 tons of , asphalt and
a heavy shipment ot canned goods.
A NEWt'eaMSIHP has been con
tracted for by tho Anchor line. Sho
will be 530 feet long and Iii fcetywldc,
with accommodation for 2S0 cabin, 400
second cabin anil 900 third class pas
sengers, it Is expected that this ves
sel will bo ready to take- her plaeo In
the Now York Glasgow scrvlco at tho
beginning of 1911, nndwll surpass
any vessel heretofore built, for the r"ew
York GlasgoW'trado. Thq completion
of this vcss'el will glvo tho lino four
modern up-fo-dale twin screw steam
ships pljIng'Tjetwcen New, York, Lon,
dondorry and Glasgow.
IT IS NOW generally understood
that Sir Thomas Shaughnoss) Presi
dent of tho Canadian Pacific Railway
baa arrived' In England for tho pur
jioso of completing arrangements fo
tho purchase ot tho working control ot
tho Allan Line steamers. It 1b antlcl
pnted that the-lncrcaslng needs of the
C. P. R. service on the Pacific, Ocean
will be met In the near future by the
transfer to the Japan service of -either
the Empress steamers now on tho At
lantic route, as has previously hn
suggestod, or. of tho Victoria and Vir
ginian of tho Allan Llno-servlco'. '
INi THE, OPINION of marine under
writers, 1909 was'onoof thq most din
astrous jenrs known to Pacific Coast
shipping. Thq number of disasters
durlng'thoiyoar was appalling, parti
cularly, tq tbo undorwrlterB, A report
tBsuod cpyeringthe first seven months
shows .that the premiums for tho cp
tiro year ampnutcfl to $1 250,000, whllij
tho losses fori the first seven months,
ilonu roachpd $800 000. The closing
five months wore oven more disas
trous, ..wblle, (lvc first month of 1910
started with a, record ot heavy loss.
THE, MATS.ON. NAVIGATION com,
nnny's bark,, Annie, Jonnron, captain
Nilson. whlch-arrived at San,FrnncIsc
co on February 24, twelve days from
Htlo, Is credited with the smartest
Iilssage from llio, Islands to 8an, F-ru
Cisco mado.ln tho last few, years, The
Annie Johnron, holda the roc'ofd for
tbp run to and from tho Islands. A
number, of, years ago she went, down
In eight .days apd four. hours, aljd her
record tliuq coming thfs'way Isnlno
i m)' a ana , sixteen, nuur,
TllE, PACIFIC J MAIL Steamship
Company ls,tbha,yp a competitor for
liuslnoss between 8n,n Francfsco and
tJhmlan,and Atlantic, ports, H Isjp
pe Kiiqwn.aa'tno uaies, vneseorougn
steamship company, vvitn Headquart
ers, jn San I-'ranclsf o,, ani) expects to
have, at least 'two largo vesspls And
probably 'mor,o In operation Within
sx wcekp or two months,.'
'THE OLD'Amcrlcan bark Louisiana
which recently sailed up the Coas(
from San Frnnclsco to Seattle, Is to
bo eonvcrtodlnto n.rock barge on the
Snuni) for thq uso of tbo Qrlfflths'Com;
VWl a, rv. ::
,bv'jkj nri "
M'j.-Laft 'tkJLin. J .1 , .ivU rf-ii'i ,. i, -..( i. ..
LU-IX-tJ ill 11J'
DEALS WITH SENATE
AlQfCWS UClllCS KPOTl
h pi i in , T
vyt oidic Aiicgcu- iv
Have-Been iMade ,
It. W. Shingle. A. D. Castro and
John Hughes were slated according to
n rumor. In circulation today es tho
lon (hq ncpubllcan. ticket. John Humor
1 from Whom this story'started stated
that this slate had been selected1 at a
meeting of the executive commlttco
i of tho Republican Territorial Coihmtt-
. nnttilfAlnrt W T ! natlnl Cftnt
'c" jtmibiuuj iiuuh.
Should this provo true It was certain
to cauh't all kinds of trouble as there
nro candidates who will certainly run
Independently If the slate fixing Is be
gun thus curly in tho season;
A Bulletin reporter called on
Lorrln Andrews as. tho authorltatlvo
nrmniion or uenini or comment
"Personally I do not know' of any
such meeting having been held.", said
Mr. Andrews. "I do nqt think It ,1h n
wise step to tnko, before the conven
tion Is called to meet. I believe it
would be a great mistake tot mo to
call a meeting for the purpose of, dls-
'cussing and docldlngupon the candi
dates for the Senate before the (con
vention. It seems to me It la proper
that such mattor should bo left to the
convention to decide. It I were to'be
Invited to bo present, at a meeting
where the question of selecting can
didates for tho Senate was to cunlo
up, I should decline the Invitation. O
"l do not want the voters to think
that I am running the whole thing. 1 1
want them to select their own candi
dates, without being dictated to, It
tho members of 'tho precinct clubs!
want to select tneir own candidates
beforo the convention. It Is thclrliiri-'.
vtlegc. But personally I am' opposed
to such a plan." i
Andrews Rejoices." J r
Andrews Is rejoicing today because
Mr, S. K. Mahoe ot Watalna,- one of
tho Btrong supporters of the Homo
" "'b u,,p"" t "0w J"
"" e P".' haa announced his willing-
neBS to become a Renubllcan worker.'
Mr. Mahoe made hl public, announce-'
mentl yesterday to ,W, C. Achl and
Huslaco Jr. ' . '
Th( Bulletin man nikcd 'thq
Wntalin politician, nwliethor it was
true that he has become'a Republican.
Mahoo. nodded his held "Yes, I'nm
Republican now," said Mahoe. "No
more Home Rula for me, Byo and bye,
tne work 'for Republican men. Homo
Rula, no more strong" "T
Judd Waiting for Call.
Q.nnn lanmlnn'lt..n,il. ft... t) 1 1 m.
1.11,11 (T iV'lldll.h 11141, 1,,11 I1IU U II I I V
1 1 n that the Hawaiian voters are fav
ornblo to him. A, F, Judd seems to
think well of being a candidate. "I am
living In tbo fifth district whe-e th"
majority of tho voters aro Hawallans,"
sad Mr. Judd. "If ther w-an.time to
runfor tho House, I would ilko to, Bee
them come to me and express them
selves. So far, none of them haver ap
proached mo on tho subjert. Iam
willing to consider the question It they
will only' come nnd tell me what they
VI am a candldato for the Senate
and , If I am put up by my party, I (will
accept tho nomination." This Is the
position of, John Hughes, Aekfd (Whe
ther, no knew of nny meptlng, haying
been hod esterday, 'where hfs.name
ahd .a few others wore mentioned' for
Iho Senate, he answered )nr the nega
tive. t t
WfTERr0.NTl NOTES t
A NEW RUDDER stock has been
fitted Into tho Amorlcan jihlp William
H. Babcock and it Is tbo intention to
dispatch that' vccBel' with her ship
ment "of lumber to Capo' Town, South
Arrica the last ot tbo weeK. The
Babcobk arrived hero 'on March '9th
In dlstrosB the vessel having onconn'
tcred a, torrjb'o stqrm., shortly after
leaving-Port Townsend and' clearing
Capo Flattery. Tho ship suffered dam-
ago to her steering gear and put Into
Hqnplulii, fqr rfpalri, ThU work has
now been completed and, thq vessel
Is ready for sea.. ' ' ,
THE OCEANIC steamer Alameda
will gef away for Ban Francjscd at 10
o'clock .tomorrow morning, and It will
no tne last trip or tha.vesserio those
Islands In a number ot months. The
A'nmeda Is to bo laid up for repairs
and oreihliillng and, the run to, tho
Islands will bo. covered 'by'the larger
niid'1 more commodious Sierra Tho
Alamcda'is leaving with a goodly book
ing or cabin passopgers and n gener
ous ftc-lght, offering. '
HAY AND FEED ifjift for tho local
quartermaster's department has been
discharged from tho United States
army transport I-ogan. The trbou
ship, sailed fqr Manila by -t lit way of
Guam last evening after' having dls
charged about soven hundred tons ot
freight and supplies for the ,Army 'and
' THERE IS additional shipments of
lumber and heavy timber Intended 'for
Pearl Harbor dry docks on' boafd the
American barkentlne Amaranth, which
sailed from Mukllteo for the Hawaiian
Islands, on Monday, The yesssl will
proccea io mo naroor to aiscnarge,
A SHIPMENT of pliospliatos
brought here from Ocean Island. Is go
(qg out, of thq Japanese freighter Ta
mqn.Maru No cVtilch vosscj,iles at
tho, railway 'wharf.. Thof vessor ma
gei. away tor 'Japan oy me lasi oi tne
, . .Jt
tS j, j. tlVi i m '
Wednesday, March lti.
Kauai ports W.,0. HalLstnu , a, m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Thursday, -March 17
Hawaii and Maul ports Ctaudlne,
Friday, March 18.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
MajU, T. K. K. S. S,
Saturday, March 19,
llllo nnd way pbrts Mauna Kca,
stmr. , "
' 8unday, March 20.
Kauai ports--Klnau, stmr., a, m.
Mnul and Moloknl ports Mlkahala,
stmr., a. m.
Monday, March 21.
Seattle and Tacoma Hyadea, M. N.
San Francisco Tenjo Maru, T, K.
K. S. S.
Wednesday, March 23.
Puget Sound ports Mexican, A.-H.
Kauai, ports W, O. Hall, atmr,
Thursday, March 24.,
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno'
Saturday, March 26.
llllo and way ports MaupaKea,
8undjy, Mrch 27, t
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., n.'m.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mlkahala,
stmr, a. m.
Monday, March 28,
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia
P. U. B. 8.. '
Tuesday, March 29,
Australian ports Marama, C.-A.
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai porta W.'Q.Hall, Btmc
"" i hursday. Marsh,31," '
Uawa(r Bi'M4uJ('ifs Claudlno
. -. k
Wednesday.. March 16.,
SALINAl CRTJZ Arrlvoof Wat. 15: 8.
8. Alaskan, from HlJtJ. "'
MANILA Sailed MarilS: U. S.,A. T.
'Sheridan. Mr Honolulu.,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 16:
YOKOIUMABalloa'Mar. 18: S. 8.
i Siberia, for Hon.)!iilU '
SELMTfJi-Stlllod Mar.' 15: 8. 8. Me
xican, forHqnoliiln (not as hrovlqua,
KAANAPAI.I Sailed Mar. 12: Bktne,
i Olympic, for San Franelseo.
V '" v AgjrNS,T,-A..H. CO.
(Continued . from Face, 1)
sela he how has IU' these "waters to
eprry ,cargoes to and tfpm tlie Pa
clfjc Coasf'i i, not large enough for
therEaBfern trade, it can aiwpys be
ta.ken for, a ..eertalutythajhp Iibb
the' snlpV'at his command and ready
to respppd the moment the contract
Is agrocd upon. When the captain
came to the Islands accompanied by
Attorney Morrison, it wns belioved
that he had something more In mind
than a pleasure trip on the Wllhel-
mina, apa tnero wero otner tnings
for the attorney to consider than the
details ot the Claua Spreckela es
tate. One.of tho problems. to be de
cided, in awarding the new contract
is the meaning ot the, wording of,
iuo juiu, '
At. the present time the Jlat&c-n
company, through Its alliance, with
Castle & Cooke and Alexander &
Baldwin and the large holding., that
Mr,i"Matsprf has in, llawa'ljan sugar
corporations, controU" the" transpor
tation, ot a gpojd), share, of the sug
ars that are moved "between Island
porta and 'the , Pacific , Coast. The
American-Hawaiian line handles, the
sugars of Hackfeld & Co. and Da-
vies &Co. , "
Coincident with the Inauguration
by the Matsop" company jOt', a, tijre'e,
iprnered service, between Iawaliap
port's' Saj) Fra'nclsco and Seattle, tfip
American-Hawaiian line started a
special three-cornered service along
the same, route, with the practical
way aflrstjBlght.'but that, Is abdu'
)vjiot,it, amounts to. 8o,the Matspn
and the American-Hawaiian am In
competition all along the line of1 lo-!
tal transportation routeu.
Now tho Matspn. ..people, having
made a success in, the development
Of a local line, are going Into' the
broader fleldi an4.it their, proposi
tion Is accepted by the Sugar, Fac
tors Company, of which J. P. Coqko
ly'-elected president, ''they wllj con
trol the transportation .of practical
ly all the sugar, freights ot the Ter
ritory. ' r " ' p
The Matsons will, have to offer I
Duiutuiiit, in itio cuniera irunapor
tatlon business that will come to, 'a,
very nign sianaara, and tney knpw
It. The Amei-ican-Hawallanlinb
haB handled the mitcntnp nufffirn nnd
Hbe llonoluiu.-bound ' freights from
New York In a manner, that, hKa'
fju9u,-ujsuijr Luiiommvry lonu con
terned. The Sugar, Factors CouH
pany has tho final say In the matter,
THE JAPANE8E liner Tenvo Maru
Is renorted bv ciible ah hnvldcr ttall,i
from San Prnnrlnrn ,. 5 n'MnMr o.
fcavifi umi sieamsnip ireignu were
carried,, from Ban, 'Francisco, at sail-,
Ing-sblD prices. It doesn't 'look that
Iterday aftornoop. Tho, vosrfej Is" pri.Jck0nHn8'Ar8 wnl:b la lyluaat tho
ceouing io iionoiuiu ana thenco to
jHniini'HH ixiriR nnil iinnvvnnff
Japanese porta and'Hodkong.
" ,,Tue3lay, March 13;
8an FraJjclo; Lwrline Mf N. 8. B
6 p. mr
, Maul and , Moloknl port l Mlkahala,
atmr., 6:16 pTri,,' .
Manna via uuam ixgan, u. s. a,
T.( 6:40 p. m. ,
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Sallna Crux via Port Allen, Kahulul
and (Hllo VrglnIan;,AH., 8. S., 5 p.
Thursday, Mareh 17.
San Francisco Alameda, O. 8. B,
10 a. m.,
and llllo Virginian, A.H. B. B.
Trldsy, March 18.
Ban, Francisco Nippon MaruT. K.
K. S.iB. ,
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Saturday, March 19,
'Mondiy, Mareh 21,
Snn Francisco Tcnyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8. '
, llllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
Kauai ports-jKlnau, atmr.
Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahala,
San FranclscbSIbfeiTaVrp; M, S S.
Thursday, March, 24,
San Fra&clscOr-WUhelmloa, M. N.
8, B. "5
v , Monday,, March 28.
t- Hongkong and Japan porta Korea,
P. M. 8. b:
Tuesday, March 29,
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. S.B. ' ? " '
Per M. N. S. 8. Lurl ne for San
Francisco, March ) 16 ilaater. Ten-
Mrs., Wood, M. Dredgo, Mrs., Dredie,
ii. iuiuf fiivuivnra, jy-vyu OffllEBT,
Mrs. Spltior, Miss . Bachmah, , Mil
Drybrcad.. Mrs. V. Darei'o. Mrs.Blkls.
dell, Louts Vnderwbid,;' Bd Bender.
t; u. oioon, ur. ana Mrs, MCNaD, Mlia
McNab, 'Mrs Underwood, Mra. Camp
bell, 41188 C. Simpson, Mrs.' Simpson,
Mr. and Mra., Mill 10,. A, C, BurdlekJ.
P. Burfllck? Mfas H. 0. Bedsoh, 'Mrs.
W. Lyle, Mra. J. Nobla' -'
Per7 atmr. Klnaii.-for Kauai, porta,
Mar. '15. Thoa.. Weir, Mataton
CampMIL Go; Vff'V. Frear,'"'. H.
MeConhell),MVa.McConntl, W. A.
Dobfe, 'nT Cattob. 'H. Sohtilta.'-Mra,
Schulta, Dr. -Victor Clark: "
: .:! " --
Per O. 8. B. Alameaa, for. jflam
Francisco, Mar. 10. Mr,, and Ufa.
Dlckersop, Mr, ah4 Mra'. L it Bplt
ter, Mr. and rs M'arpard, Mrk.'Q.
tl, Iumphrey, lit. vhpd,Hra. J JR.
arpantar, Misa.lW. Dllck)nt)(Msa
A. Anderson, T, q Qllmririi ..Ura,
Beam. MfaaVVood, 'Mlaa.qfdd ttgi,
Mlsa laddep, M: arid,. Mrs. ?, Uao
farlane, Muw, Blaisdell,, Mra. Q,('A.
BjalBdell. Mra.' Fred Spbw, (litsa
Elerass,' Mlsa sO. Wadmn,'i Mr. Ind
Mra. f, u. Damon, Dqnaia Rpm Ka
. Damon, Donald RpjaH a
tames liarvy", MtTiniiM.
a! Mi J. McOIH,Mr.X.M.
ana Mrajame tiarvr
L. j Mueller,
Ai Black, J. Ai I
lilL'J trit.1- --J bLJ-.JilvVlj '.
muui n'lKcr auij oiursn, Kra.-Atiu.
Black, Dr. ahd! Mra. T-,;n kcNb.
Mr; Jacobs, i , if .svf
Rice. ' :'jy M (V e,i Vf .
'. par, atmr. Mauna ima, forlKona find
Kau porU,, jUrch92. Mra. Walan.
Hb,' Deebo,-WjVi. vOreebwolU U
Oreenweti; Mrj'nml Mrs. JAi Magooli.
Ura,vB. 0..arean'WAlU. .. j i
J.PcUnrklnau, tforKallti hdMa,
Mroby!2.-J. K.'Fatloy; H B. Wish
Brd.i, . . -, '"Wi ,ii V , 'i
.'Ji .. .; rji . i Tw jt u -,
i,;at Wanilaj Jan. 20, , ; ' , j,
jgin, ffom; Bah .Franclscd fnr ioW).
lulu' March. 7. fr r ,. J .
nwnCa, arrlt Hobo talb fropi kla-
itlia'Marcjtf. ' "A,"' '" Jr T
BhfcrldBrf; arrived JManlla,' fromlloho-
luy'Marfo'v'' Yf : .
MAILRj ' fi
" s o f
i MalJa aro nMe'at,' IIonfaMIS; from
PrWMMr!WK, toa .
8jAi ll;o,( per TjVilhqlnllh.
plnWiis fdyowjaj . y
lanVVjinclscp-s-Pcr Alameda, iomof-
,Yokohania PcrJ Tenyo Mnru) March
Vancouver Per Marama,' MarcH ii.
Colonies Per, MaltAi, Aprlt2 , I
. - . ' ', . ;
'TJrB A-.'H.vFreialiter, Meiloah .has
sillod from Seattle,, wiUj destination
as Honolulu. 'idcordthg to the 'latest
advices received at the local agency
efitbe line. ThO, Mexican may arrlVo
here, on or,about Mareh 22.'
t' a! i
LUMBER FOR a local Japanese com-
tPauy Is still going out of the Amet-fonn
wl"""i' r ,, till
4 m i iswejt
TA,7kr.jsoKSj.'Hrvffii,5i.Ts.i a.-. . 'i. jisa3i
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