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BVKNraO BULLETIN, HONOLTJM), T. II.. THURSDAY, MAIl. 17. 1910.
WnDNIWDA Hawaiian First Denrte.
Honolulu Chapter, n. A. M.
Regular, 5 p. tn.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on Ihe
2nd nnd 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' othw A0.
BENEFICIAL ASSSIATIOM. ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
f:30 la I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. B. MCCOY, Noblo Gland,,
All visiting brothers very coi'jially
OAKU LOSQE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
lr y eveuiug at 7:SQ In K. of P. Hall,
earner Port and U.-retanla. Vlsltlas
Mothers cordially Invited to attond
WM. JONES. C. C.
O. P. HEINE, tt. n. 8.
10N0LULU IODOE 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu tiodge tit). 61C, l. P. O
Elks, meets In 1ielr hall, on King
Blreet, near Fori, evory Friday oven.
Ide. Visltl-jg Brothers s.re cordially
lnvltd to nttend.
K. A. DODTHITT, H. K.
H. C. GASTON. Sec'y.
EAWAUAN yRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M
Meets erery first and third Thurs
Sf.ys of each month at Knights of
Pythias Uall. Visiting brothers cor
lially Invited to attend.
P. HIGCINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets cua the 2nd and 4th WED
Wr.SDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P.1 Hall, cornel
Berctnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend, W. R. IULEY. w. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sei.
Wm. M'KINLEY, LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets evory 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
vonlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, ecu. Fort and Boretanla. Visit
Ing brothora cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. R. B.
If yu want to spring a joke on
youo friend, brine; him up to the
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friendi there and enjc,'
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Wine and Liquor Dealers
THOS. F. MCTIGHE & CO.
101 and 105 Kinrj Street
P. 0. Box 755
Phone Main 140
All the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
REGAL SHOE CO.
.f King and Bethel,
WE HAVE WITH US
T THC YOUNG.
Wednesday, jvlcrch 16.
Mr nnd Mrs II. V Fayo, Kauai.
Tuesday, March 15.
J. 8. McCnndleFs Clt ; A. I James,
Jr.. John M. Jenkins. Schnflold liar
racks; C. 11. Seller, No-v York City;
Mr. nn.I Mri. .1 K. .Milan Mlnnenpo
IIk MIiiu.; V.or. C. Smith, S. S. Ala
mi'ila. 'AT THC HAWAIIAN.
Wcdnetday March 16.
C. 1). Olzcu, Kahuku.'
S. I). Itcnslcr, Schofleld Ilarracka;
J. V. Joes. Mcnl'aj Mis. J. W. Joyes
Tiitl 2 children and nurse Manila; Mies
P Hutler, C. S. Hnlght. 1 J. Miller
H- nnd Mrs. S. J. Morris, Mr. and Mrs
John Tlllon Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Pratt, Mrs. K. K Johnstono, Pan Fraa
cIfcu, MIpb Marjorlu Allan. 6n Fren
ch ct, Mr. nnd Vis. I.lk.er. C. U,
Snow San Krnivisco,; Al'an SnoA',
San I'nmckcOj Mr. nnd Mrs. M A,
l.cxiliy, I.I", nn.I Mrs. i:. A. Am-s;
I.ottlns r flnl.lt, M. O. Johnson, .
Irvvlni Wnlmanalo; Mr. and Mr-), n.
II O'Ibam, Mr. end Mrs. J. I Msr
Icy. ' tin
DEARBORN AWAITING RESULTS.
'Ocntinued from Pie I)
l'ig ruRar cargoes from the Islands
to. the enet coast of tho United States
by way uf tho Isthmus of Tchuan-
So spoke General Manager Dear
born of tho American-Hawaiian line,
who Is now In Honolulu, prepared to
enter Into a deal with the Sugar
Factors Company. Limited, for n re
newal of the bcrvlco which under
Present contractu expires In June of
the present je.ir.
"There -are approximately six hun
dred thousand tons of citrus frulte
to bo transported from tho Pacific
Coast to tho Eastern markets. A
largo amount of this now goes by
the various transcontinental rail
roads." General Manager Dearborn not
only Intimated that tho American
Hawaiian Hue cculd make a strong
bid for tills buMneEB, but that tho
vessels now updated by the com
pany could enter the business of
carrying grain and other commodi
ties. "Tho Sugar Fa. tors Company ar
familiar with the perlco which tw
American-Hawaiian lino has render
ed In tho pnbt. We are now giving
speedy nnd fiequcut transit of sugar
from tho Islands to the Atlantic ten
board. Our tc&seU lover the uls
tauco between Hawaiian ports ami
New York In twontj-koven das. Wo
huc n large I'aeltlu licet and un
equally cfjlrli'i t number on tho At
lantic bide of tho Isthmus to caic
tor the business transhipped across
"I am hero to nwalt the pleasuro
of tho Sugar Fusto.-s Company. Thn
present contrail wo contend carries
with It an option for an additional
'three years' service. Provided tnls
option Is accepted, wo stand toady
to renew am! carry out our part ot
Mr, Dearborn appeared optimistic
concerning (ho result of tho delib
erations now under way toward a
renewal of the contract with tho
Sugar Tactors and tho American
Hawaiian line. ,
AMONG THE depat tuies scheduled
for.Jhls owning Ii that uf tho st"iniir
W. a Hi'U. which stills for Kauil
ports nt 5 o'clock.
Last Week of Our
We want a very lari;e business this week. To that
end we offer astonishing valuei in every department,
There will be the most unusual bargains in Spring Lin
gerie, Dresses, Skirts, Shtrt-Waints, EoJiery, Muslin Un
derwear, Embrojderies, etc
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
We are here to serve you, and we can do it to your
complete satisfaction and greatest economy.
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
.zsm.-M- .fsvtti'wi.v w-.-V'-'rl-C',J5rf,;'F'
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Telephone 603 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
It you want a good Job dons on an
unto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
OarrUgo JUg. Co. 427 Queen 8t.
Time Tjcnt nt the Fashion Snluou U
time pleasantly spent. This place 1
o.fletlnies known as the Two Jsctf
Mrs. C L. Dlr.korson for up-todato
millinery nt reasonable prices. Tho
only one that does nceordeon pleating
In Honolulu Gicen stamps, too, for
J. Miller, who appears from time
to time In eourf on a chnrgn of vag
rancy, wns once more before Jtulee
Andrado this morning; ho was given
till Saturday next to find work of somo
Try "Orape-Nuis." It Is net only a
great lirlp for cprrcctlng troubto Willi
your dlgestlun lint. also for nwitdlu!;
it. "Urnpe-Mils" la told by Henry
May k Co.. special distributors for
this territory. 1'hcnen 22 and 92.
It, K. Uonlno Ims received n very
fine film of tho Javn Volcano nt rest
and In eruption. The Erntitlon of
Smctn Is e' spectacular. The film
will bo rut on for the balauc? of the
AT oRiElER HALL
&i'. PATRICK'S DAY
"The hRfp that olcc through TnrnV
uaii. , ,,-
Us toul of beauty shed,
Now hanga as. muto on Tarn's wall
, As though that soulwefo dead,"
lJut the Irish of, Hawaii are go
ing to take the old harp down nud
make it live once moio In outig and
ttory n( Dreler Hall this evenliiv
There wll be a gath,e,rJng of tho
Mc,'s nd.O's, with a leal ad Mllio
Ilaltha apd ti Jolly, Erin Go Uragh,
anii,all present will be siro to enjoy
n true Irlsl welcome. The men and
women of tho A. O. II, u,to going to
bc.,,tthat the descendants ot tho Em
crnjd Isle do not, lack for an occa
sion or the spirit to properly com
meiuornto the day dear to nil Irish
The program, of, exorcises for tho
ccnng wlllv conimon.ee nt 8, o'clock,
consisting ot n tall: by qx-poyernor
McGiunls of Montana, selections by
tho Cut hoi lc Mission .orchestra, Irish
songs, etc., occupying ubouc an hour
or to, utter. wiich tnnbe irent will
enjoy cards, tcfic:!imcuts, etc., to
their hearts lomoutt '" '
"f WATERFRONr NOTES ' ""
fiAlLING FROM Manila ou-March
14 and clearing Mnrlvolea tnurantlno
station the fpllewlng day, tha. United
Stales unuy traiupurt, Shorldan is
now cu route to Honolulu 'iir..l San
rranclsco. The troopship should nr
tlvo'' hero on or about April I.
CTHK AMERICAN, ship VMIini P.
rryp Is reiiortoj to hayo arrived nt
Kahulul on Monday. This, 02bei
comes down from the coast to load a
largo shipment or sugar destined Tor
the Atlantic seaboard,
THC UNITED STATtra troopolilp
ThnillflM tiAttr Lnnun a il.n 'Tri.t.
dergjrten ship of tho United Stitei
arm'," has arrived at San rrnnclpco
citcr nn cigm-uay passage up to the
THH SMARTEST paBsago mado this
reaton between San Francisco mid
Port Townseii'l H rredlted to tho
schooner Phtllpplno. Sho wns less than
five da a on tho lv.ifEage.
AFTKIl HAVING ilUcliargcd a ihlp
incut of lumber at Kuinap.tll, he
American hirl:entne Olympic sailed
fur San Francisco en last Saturday.
A MAIIINB exchango cable on
tiounceg the departure ot tho Pacific
Mall liner Siberia from YokohaniH, Ja
pan, jestcrdny. ' '
Fort Leavenworth may soon got
Iho uamo.of JUanKers' nctr'ca't."'
When you want to bo SURE to have your
Handled right, phone vour order o the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Xai. H. Love.
TAIN HAHU M
ONCE A SUBMAItiNE'
Figured Conspicuously At
Bottling Of Port
A vecsol which Mill liMrn tho tears
nnd disfigurement or a slegu of shot neis agents nnJ Interpreters reildlug
nnd thell add afterward n lung period In Hawaii, particularly those In Ho
utidtr tho waters near Port Arthur. Is noltilu. nro tlo tuaklns out us well In
at present a vUitor rl Honolulu unle' their dlffeient lines of Imrlnewi ns In
tho non do plumo of Tamou Main former das Is guliitintlitrd by tho fact
Number 6. Ihpt p. largo number or them site book-
'Inn' venerable frelghtor at one tins cd to leavo for Japan in the Teno
prbudly trailed tho British co.oa iront Mnru which Is duo to arrive hero ftom
her tern under Jhe name of tllo City Salt Francisco net Mcnday tho 21.
of Manchester. I UeslJes thesb'WMnesi men nnd
AfMho commencement of tho Rui- their fninlllos will .-HsO'tl-pTrfon the
hlan-Jnpancbe war, tho now Tamoil ramo liner.' Jnianhle laborers, who
Maru wsb one or twelve to fifteen' have saved cnoilgh money to- enable
heamers-iof' ralr tonnnge thut quietly them to return to thclrvnallvo country,
ttolo nut frnni ih(, tortH of Chofoo. Tha mnlnrllt' rtfihcm. IP'Ih reiiarted.
Bhnnghal and Tslngtau und mado n will not rfthrli to Hafrlill, hcrc, they
dot cent upon' Pott Arthur nud before elalm oppoi tunltlei for making money
tho nurprlstd Russ-lan girrlson had nio limited lb a tctlaln class Hif Indl-iccon-ied
nnd turned tho gnna on vlduals. '" v '
G6ldcn Hill uron the vends, the nia- Prominent cmona; those who will
Jorlly of (he steamers' had been nan't rail on the'Tenyo Mam next Monday
through Internal cploilon itnd Poit H jut. m Tokloda, wird of tile man
Arthur wail as effectually bottled tt;) nf.or ()r tho local braholi'or the Yoko
ps If It had' never b:en landlocked or homa Specie Rank. She wll bo nc
itilsd by a b:eHkw.iter. " companljil hy her children' nnl nurse.
The THmon Maru was trndlni: nlonir w Mntfii'icp. tuejldonl of thn Jap-
tho Japan nnd China coan under tho
nmue of Yurie when the Japmesn gov-
cininciu puicnasco me vessel ror (hr nt tli" eonrelerro ot inc imoerni
blockading turpocn. Jati'itirse Tradln? Company" ot which
It was on the memorable night or i,e U ltd locil ngsnt. He will be nb
tho Ninth of I'tb.-uary when the foul- rent rrom tho-ls'unils nbonl tlnco
fled city or Port Arthur wns botiv mouths ' I l
Irtrded by tho big fleet' r.r .l.ip 11105 jf, Kawalum oniHhi-r w-' Vn"--"i
war vectcls. Practically h& cntlro j-ipimeso merchant here, H nlbo sche
intlltnry and mnl cnniftiunlty were iinied to b-all on tho same' lioat. Ho
httemllng 11 porfctmnnco at tho great will bo nwaV from tin! lsl'imU'a few
Russian Circus and Hippodrome when montliH. vlfltlng thn principal com
the flret. shells screnched over the mcrclal citici In Japan, eiig3(:cJ In
town mid commenced their havoc at puichnelu new 'Redds.
tho navnl doc'ts Commhnry Sturcs Mr, K. Ono wlfo of ono of tho well
Trun-Slbcrlan Hallway mchino shopt known Jr.innesrt liiis'nrf.B nitants nnd
and warehouses, N . interpreters In thin clly In nleo low-
Wine .women nnj song In.i he'd fu' lug on tils' bamo steamer" In rcni'iln
sway on the mcmoriihlc nlgHt tho nw?y perntnnent'y. Hh wIR pio'iihly
squadron of tramp Moatiiors lnclilln? Iim ollovve.l by her husbiml In a near
tno Tamnn Maru stolo' Into the er-
trnnce of the .harbor. Tha little baud
of men after laying their cxnloilves
nnd fuses", mtfrto a successful oscano
fpjm tho doomed shlpj before they
wero punk tlironjli tho terrific cxplo-
TIip rubmersed vessel? prrscnted a
formidable Inrrler which was not com- noss ftrtni w'hlrh' tho Japiiieso tner
plclely or effcctual'y removed for near- chants and' huMncu asents can de
ly two years following Iho n?.ice nactlrcnd upon for trad.
mado hotweon Japanese nnd Russian
reprcMMiuuvPii at Portwiouth.
A Jaianosa llrm. with lioailqtiartcra
at NlEhlmamdya, firtvu Japan secur-
ed an opllon on Iho sunken steiunors
ana mey- agroej to removo the ei-
tola for tho salvage. Out of the lot.
a half dozen of the old fielaht ear-
rlcrs wore saved while tho others, wero
destroyed and broken up for Junk.
Tho crBtwhllo Mcnclrssr City atlas
To'osan, alias York and listly Tnniun
Maru 'C" was brought to a Japanese
dock jard nnd nt nd great expenditure
uie vessel wns rendered seaworthy
nnd for the past tvvo vaars lias been
tt-n,1lr I.. t..nn . .r., .
na,2'n5, ':n.TT,nV: .1"'t,i. J.
tera. chiefly engaced In tlm mrvinr-
of coal from MoJI to Shanghai nnd
The Tamnn Maru nrrlvml liem rmm
Ocean Island with phosphates anil nlso
with what Wa3 bollovrd to bo cholera
patients. Tho vessel Is now dlsclrirg
Ing at Hackfeld wharf ami tho Is sche
duled to icturn to Janan within n
week or ten days.
Tho old steamer Ilrut nnmr-ni i
freight carrying In 1883. This morning
wo eBrui was visited by a bqtnd of
a half dozen locil custom? Iioiiko In.
spectors. It was ho'leved thnt tlm 1-.4.
tei might harlior n quantity of opium.
The ship wns searched fiom truck to
keoltnti but no dopo was dlecoveied
and tho eu3toms cmng men wero oh-
ilgcil to depart empty handed.
The mipixipltlon piovulls thnt when
the tin co Japanese belonging to thu
crow of the Tainon Maru nindn thoir
escipo finin the xhlp during the luln
psilori of nuaruntlnu. lhni .. ninniii,.
of opium was taken abhoro und sue.
Honovcr tho hhlpi boit In which
they mado their get uway lias to duto
never been recovorod,
SUSPENSION SURE TO
BRING EVIL. SAYS MATS0N
(Continued from Page 1)
(hoy add to this the pusbengcr traf-
11c ot 1110 lsianus in tho hands ot tho
Jnpancto, 1 uni thinking tint veryN
stiong nctlon will be taken from
vurlous tourcea to upset the prcbent.
bltuatlon aslt, concerns tho migar
tariff and other muttera thut vitally
affect tho Islands.
"I am inclined to believe that Im
mediately th'e coastwise shipping
law Is amended jou will bee very
Important Interests that havo been.
friendly, turn Into, active enemies.
A; v 1 "understand It ,lho associated
chambers of. commerce, ol tho Pa
clflu toabt.,arooipODlng tho bubpe-nr
tlon af tbcM ,lavvs beciato It means
turnlue our, shipping, over to Ja'nao.,
"I bopp, to tee 0 ship subsidy bill
passes but,, It U hard to tell Just
wa.t W; be, douc. ,1 regret 'veiy
much thut tho Humphrey bill does
not Include some provision for, the,
Australian .servlro, Our trade with
Australia at one time amounted tq
twenty-eight millions ot dollar',
ON TENYO MA! If
Say Is'and Business
is Falling Off
That the Japanese merchants. Inul-
anosi M6rchantb''A!soclnllon'wlll also
joivp on tlil'fanio Utter to ho pros-
fiithre, Mrn. Ono la an ncconipusiie 1
Uasllf h 'ftholar.
According' to one, of (he Intended
Jniia:iof nasicnsors Hawnll ' is no
Idnser a place wh"rc man can inaka
a living. HO'" remarked- that' owing
'to tho dcereaRO of tlm Jap-ine'c r?jl-
dents here there was very little bitsl-
"Why, In tho old days', there was
1 plenty to tio" ri.u.t uo;"'iitit now every-
' thing is gone wrung. The J.ipnnco
aro leaving the country btoadlly hv
every steamer g'jili" tti Japan. This
menns mat there is notiiiiig in signt
for the future by which a business
man can oxpect to succeed '
Tlrrf. Y. Sogi, wife of tho editor of
the Nlppu .IIJ1 will alto be n ptsscn-g-'r
for Japan on the Tcnyo Maru.
IN FORKIQN POT
Wednesday Marti. 16.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrfvd Mar. 15: S.
" l IbHOII, ill III llllil.
MANILA-Salled Mar. IS: U. S. A. T.
Sheridan for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO ArHyed Mar. 1:
V. S. A. T, Ihomis hence Mar. 8.
YOKOHAMA Snllel Mar. 1: S. S.
Rlb"rln for Hon.i'iilu,
IJi:.TTI.F Hailed Mar. 13: S. S. Me
xican, fur Honolulu (nut us pievlnus
KAANAPAI.I Railed Mar 12: Ilktne,
Olympic for Snn Fronplsco.
tt tt tt t; n tt n n :: v. v a tt
und now it Is only two millions. An
American btcam:,ilp lino properly
backed by the Government will
buld thut trade up. 1 don't Know
what the Galllngcr bill In the S,en-
ato provides 11s I have not seen a
copy ni.J tho bill may bo changed
from the old ono,
"Of tout so I u'logulzo that ..tlici e
utu times when n, mini piny not bo
able to tal, 9 tho exact steamer nt
the exact. time he wutits but I urn
quite certain that many or tho dlf-,
llculics of tho loral bltuatlon timid
hu piuveiitcd If u different system
of booklt.g wero Inaugurated. (
know of pcoplo uow who went out
on the l.urllno who were nlso
IjociI cd on the Alameda. I know or
or.e niiiu who bouked 011 three lines
und buB lie expects to go .out 011 one
of the Pacific Mnll llnoiH. This stato
of uffalm Indicates a degree nf con-
gestlou thut Is not teal..
"Hut asldo fiom all this tho mobt
terlou nui'liV jou pcpplo down
here havo to contend with a tho
chuructor of the enemies jou vylll
luvoi working actively against jou
as soon as the coastwise subpcnblon
amendment is pabbcd, If it should
be pasted, Jn event of another tar
iff revision being forced by.. the In
surgent,, Republican movement jou
will hayo tho worst BOdtraost sorl
ous fight .on our hands you have,
cvcknowo since the -daya of tho
reciprocity treaty, .und ' tit tho bot
tom of that, oppobltlon wll be tut
eYBr,-i.nc.rcablng power of tho labor
union man la lua politics or 101
United Stutes. ',
"If you nro going to 'stay by the
principle, of protcctlou that s,,ui
tho bottom of all our prosperity you
ought to 1 support American cuter
prUy rlsht straight thfouih,"
. S fa 2 pip tog .
ARRIVED ' I DEPARTED J
Wednesday, Match ,16.
Kohulul and Island purls Ncvndan.
v.-n. a. y., f.:2 p. ni.
Thunday, Marcli 17.
Olympla M. B. Foster, Am. schr.,
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, March 18
San Francisco Wllbclmlna, M. ,N.
Saturday, March 19.
Hllo and way. ports Mauua Kca
Sunday, March 20.
Knttal pons Klnau, Btmr., a. m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T. K. K. S. S
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlknhala
stmt,, n. m.. ,
Saturday, March 26.
Hllo nnd way ports Mauna Kea
Sunday, March 27.
Kr.unl ports Klnau, stmr., n. in.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlknhala
stmr., n. m.
Monday, March 23,
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia
P. M. 8. S.
Tuesday, March 29.
Australian ports Maranri, ,C.-A
Wednesday, March 20.
Kauai torts W. O, Hall. ttmr.
Thursday, March 31.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Cluudluc
Monday, March 21.
Seattle and Tncoma 'tirades, M
Sun Francisco Ten) o Maru, T.
K. S. S.
Wednesday, March 23. ,
Puget Sound ports Mexican, AMI
Kami ports V. G. Hall, bttii". ,
Thursday, March 21,
Hawaii nnd Maul portB Cliudlnc
Malls are rue nt
points ns follows:
Snn Francleco Tor
Yokohama lr Nippon Maru, Mnrcl
Colonies Per Murama, March 25.
Vancouver Per Maltnl, April 2.
Mulls will depart for the foll'-wlni
points ns follows:
Yokohama Per Tcnyo Maru, March
Vancouver Per Mnrama, Match ID.
Colonies Per Maltnl, Apiil 2..
WATERFRONT NOTES I
TIIH VESSELS of the Poclflc Coabl
Steamship Company carried last oa
1 51' 09? pas:ongerK iih ngiJust 114. IK
for thu twelve mouths tudliig Herein
bet- 1 1, 1008, uccoi'dlmc to thu annual
report of the coniptny. This tliuwi
no Increase of .over 33 per cont in the
volumo of passenger tius)uchg. Of this
number; lbiP2 were cirrlol on tbf
company essej operating from 80
nttlo to Alaska, Including both tjiosc
011 tlio Soutli-ciiktepi Alaska rim, und
Iho vessels, from Seattle, to Norton
found, lu 190, llero were, only, ear
rlpd i 1,022, passengers In the noith
ern .trade. In the. tcaniportnilon o'
fi.ejght thn Increase In ipna over- the
pru'ccdlng jenr vs not as marke.l ns
the passenger business, but Its volutin
thqweil a gain of over 22 per cont,
Tho freight carried on all tlm lines
operued by (lie company uggrqmled
r,33,230 tons last ear, ai-ugulllbj. C33,
710,Ioiih lu.lOOS. or. ths ani(iint, thf
Alnukn business again Including .both
(ho .Norton bound nnd Southeastern
Alaska carriers, touijcd 91,926 tons nt
ngatust 77 981 tons In tho year 1908
ONH I.ONi: cue of measles caused
the raising of the jellow flag- ofquar
amine at tho niattliead of Ihu Amer-Icuii-IIawnllnu
freighter Nevmleii last
evening. Thu vessel leturued from
Port Allen where n shipment of aug
ur had been loaded ptcpuratory to
balling for San Francisco. Tho cam
Is declared a mild 0110 uud Iho Nttyiil
an hnx been permitted to go alongside
the railway whaif to continue lo.elltig
bugur, Tho vessels 111 shI! for Han
Fiunclbco on Suturday 'uflrrnooil.
THOUGH THi: Tojo.Ktaen Kulnhu
llnor Nippon Maru has nut been oil-
daily topOrted us having suled (10111
Yokohama, Jaiian, on her voyage
across tho Pacific, Hie, Jural qge;it for
tho Japanese liner bellnvo that Iho
Nippon .Mum .will urrlvo liei 0,0:1 ,Sin;
day. 1 The vcbscl being ti foreign hot
torn, can take only, layover passen
gers rrom Iloiiolplp .to tin.- mainland.
A -SMAM Fllli: occurred on boaid
the Intcr-island Bteamcr Keauhou yea-,
teruuy. out 1110 titaio vva eonflnul. lo
a couple of empty fertilizer sack.i.,The
blare caused by tho droiintnc of n'
lighted cigarette stub dowii u hatch-
iij. j. imcRei 01 wa-or queued what
might havo pioved i serious uffulr.
THIRTV-TWp.days from o'lyfupla,
Washington, the A,merlc;)n vbnpner
I, B. Voftrt arrived Off Iho rmrl.l.i'st
oveulng vllh a fchlpnieut of lunibel,'
cop.lB'ned ,tn Ihe, ugeucy otnAllen &,
V1""' imp bei was urpusiu lu
c.ldo the burbor this momlns and pro
ceptictl lo bnr whaj-f dlfeharse.
.TUB. A .11 ,...!.. !.,.. ,..,.. '. ' I'
-..,-, ,,uibuivr iiiuHKUu, I rfjrti
Honolulu and Island portB with n. largo
pltlpmnut of sugar. Is roportnd lo luvo
nrnyeii nr auna van on last Tiles'
Knual ports Keauhou, Btmr., fi p.m.
S.t'Jna Cruz via Island ports Vlr-
Klnlnu, A.-H. S. S., ii p. in,
murscuiy, Ainrcti it.
Snn Friinclsco Alameda, O. S. 3.,
10 11. in. '-' '
Friday, MarchN )8.
Maul and Hawaii pons Claudlne.
Saturday, March 19.
Francisco Novadun, A-H.
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T,
K. S. S.
San Francisco Tcnyo Maru, T.
K. S. .S.
Tuesday, March 22.
Hllo and -way ports Mauna Kea,
Knual ports Klnau. stmr.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkuhala,
stmr. , j
Friday, March 25.
San Francisco Siberia,-P. M. S S.
Thursday, March 24.
San Frnnclseo Wllhelmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 23.
Hongkong nud Japan ports Korea,
P. M. S. S.
Tuesday, March 29,
Vancouver and Victoria Marrsna,
C. A. S. Sj
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San
FranclBco, Mar. 10. Mr, and Mrs.
Oickcrson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Spit
tcr, Mr. and Mrs. Mnynanl, Mrs. C.
II. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Carpenter, MUs W. picksonMlss
V. Anderson, T. d. 6iiuiore,"Mrs.
je.ile, Miss Wood, Miss Olddings.
Miss Hcddcn, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Moc
nilane, Miss Illalsdell, Mrs. C. A.
Ulalsdell. Mrs- Fred Snow, : Miss
Slernss, Miss O. Wadman, Mr. and
Mis. F. II. Damon, Donnld Ross, Mr.
ind Mrs, James Harvy, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Mueller, Mr. nud Mrs. R. J.
Hayes, Mrs. M. J. McGlll, Mrs. J. M.
MiSurtey, J. L. Ruse, II. D. Rice. F.
V. lllack, J. A. Crowley, A. R. Mnlt
'aiid, Walker and Starcm, Mrs. A. I,.
Ulaclc, Br. and Mrs. T. R. McNub,
Mr. Jacot3. '
J'cr stmr. Claud,1nc, for llavvnll
ami Maul port's, Mar. IS. Rev. O.
II, Gulick, Mia. Gtlllck, Mrs. W. '.
Rose, MUs W. Wcrght, V. A. Luf
ln, Mis. K. K. Rice.
Per stmr. CUudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii roits, March 18. Mrs. K. K.
1'cr btmr, Mauna Kca, ror Hllo
uud vvny ports. Mar. 22. Mrs. I.. A.
Turupr, jjlss i:. A. Stone, F. S. Peck,
w. O. Wilbur. Mis. Wilbur, Mrs. k.
K. Dennis. It. 1. Lllllo, F. D. Uovaril,
lllbliop U. II, Hughes. , ,
Por stnr, Mauna I.oa, fqr Kona and
"tan KirtH. March 22, -Mrs. Walau,
Mrs. Hpebe, Wi I.. Grecnwell, I..
r,rcenncllMr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Magsou,
Mrs R. C. Grecnwell.
Per Btmr. Klnau, for Knual ports,
Match 22. J. K. Furlcy. II. D. Wish
Per M, N. 3, S. Wllhelmlna, for
San Franclbco,, Mar. 2. Mr, and
Mrs. W. A. Ilovyoi:. Ilov. C. M. Pond,
Mrs. Pond, Miss I.ulu I.av, Mr. utiil
Mrs, II. 11. Hinlth. Mlhu N. I.loyd, J.
Ilciinii, Mrs. t'ox, M. II. Wclitbcig,
I). I,. Wlthliiglon, Mrs. J. A. Scott.
Mr. uud Mrs. .. K. Mjcis, J, M, Am
lirosc Mr. ' Harnett, Miss, ll.irni'tt,
Mary Harnett, C. j'. Murray, Miss
Klla Murray. Mrs. II, Alexander, Mr.
ad Mia, W. II. Austin, Miss Irene
Illackmau, Mr. und Mrs. Jas. Wukc
flold, I.. W. Moody. Miss M. Old
'dings, Miss M. Hcddcn, Mr, and
Xlrs, F. 'r Tnyjor," Miss It. lluxter,
J, Ii. Casey, W. VVuJkcr, ,X li. lar
lln, W. W. Ilruncr. Mis. J. M.
Jliowuc, J, IJ, Castle, Geo. Dcrlgo,
MUs J-3. M. Aiidnrbpu, M. Im ,SitviI,
Oar lidlhai'd; Miss V. House, N. 1.
tl lllll.. .UUIJ 1,11,11., UVIh. ,,. ..KM
Mrs., J. II. 1
Mfss, M. And
Rase, .Mrs, M. F. Scott,
dcr,bou, A, l?, I.uruiich,
Mrs, G. I. Wclbouruo. II. 3. Steele,
Mrs. Steele, I.. C. Ablcn,, Mr. und
Mrs. W. T. I.ucus, Miss A. M. Diets.
Dr. Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. (!. Y.
Hastings, Mrs. Mar;: R.' vValker, .1.
F, Moore, Mis." j(. Hfatt, ,Mr.', and
Irs, ii. II, llacuu, Mrs, Creelmun,
rMJs. ,J, G. Cati)', Nt R- Young, 11.
.Wiley, N. 8., Sachs, Mrs. M J.
Sloan, Miss yifjan, W. P. Roth, Geo.
H. Robortton, Dr. W. .11. PluTtlier,
Mlts Catherliio Purls, J. v) Stufford.
U. 'li". Dlc'Uoy, MUs A. .Kleliivio, J.
brub'e, Mrs, Grulw, l)r. F, 'j. Van
1Jrk. ,pr. D, IJIrUpatrJck. Miss
Frledlander, Miss Abrams, A, .'
Icsbup, Mlbs nnu Gallon, Mrs, C.
A. Pratt, Jlrs. I,. M, Do Wolfe; Mr.
unit Mrs. J. B." Phcldn, J. 11, Jojnc,
Miss W. Dlckrfou. ....
I. , 1
Crook, from Honolulu fur Manila,
.Murjn 1." -
Dlx.jiC Manila,' Juu. 20,
Logan, from Sau FraucULii for Hono
lulu, March, .7.
Thomas, arrlyud, Ban Fraucibco from
Manila, 'Murch Iti.
Shprldau, Halleikfroin Manila for Ho
liohilu, March It. ; t .
mm BULLETIN ADft PAY