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BVBNINO BCU.ICTIN. HONOLUL.O. T. H., FRIDAY. MAn. 18, 1010.
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Hawaiian riret Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regular, 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order nru cordially Invited to
attend tncetl"gs o't local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
' each month
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' oUlfr Amo
IENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, elation, cor
HAEMONY LODOENo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:80 In I. O. O. P. Halt. Port Street.
B. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noble (Hand.
"All visiting brothers very cordially
OABJJ I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frt
lay evoulug at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
earner Fort and Beretanla, Visiting
toothers cordially Invited to attend.
SVM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
10NOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, H7WO.
S'.ks, meets in their hall, on King
Street, near Pott, every Frldny even.
lag. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
B. A. DOUTHITT. K. K.
U. O. BASTON, Sec'y.
1AWA1IAN TBIBE, Wo. 1. 1. 0. B. H.
Meetl every first and third Thurs-
Iryi of Mich month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
lially Invited to attend.
P. HiaaiN'3, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of II.
ONOLUItf AERIE 140, E. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings Pf each month at
7:30 o'clock in K, of J. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
fend. SV. It. IHLEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY. Sec.
Win. M'KJNLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Baturday
venlug at 7:30 o'clock tn K. of P.
HaJI. cor. Fort and Dofatanla. Visiting-
brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A'. TAYLOIt, C. C.
14. A. JACOD3QN, K. It. B.
WITH THE TBAVELERS
While Othen Are Stricken, None of
the Americana Are Sufferer.
OONDOKORO, March 1. Iloose--vclt
luck has ntteuded the Ameri
can hunters and scientists and this
time they may be congratulated on
their escape from the Afrlcnn fever
that has followed In file wake of the
expedition. Colonel Roosevelt and
Ills Immediate associates sailed for
Dr. Itoderlc Prcsch, a French me
dical missionary, who lunched with
Mr. Roosevelt yeMerftiy, suddenly
died of fever at noon today. At a
camp adjoining that occupied by the
Americans an Enellsh sportsman Is
seriously HI, following a trip to
Kampala, the capttul of Uganda, and
one of the placeB at which tho
Smithsonian African scientific expe
Tho District Commissioner of (ion
dnkoro, tl'io Urltlsh ntllclals of which
were most active In entertaining
their American guests, has been
stricken with the reiver uud today
Is confined to his bed. Mr. Preach
had done missionary work In Africa
for ten years, during which time his
health had been gradually undermin
ed by the debllltntiug climate and
his collapse- is attributed to a weak
ened condition that could not re
slst an attack that ho might luie
survived a fow years ago.
When Colonel IJooieveH and the
others of his party led heio up tliu
steamer Del yesterday they wero ull
lipparoutly In good health.
"I'm Biire wo're going to like the
new minister." "WhvT" "So far be
.hasn't objected to anything that I
like to do." Detroit Free Press,
WE HAVE WITH US
f.T THC YOUNa.
Trlday. March 18.
P (1 Noycs V II Ore nwell. Miss
A (' Kinney Kaliuku
Thurtday, March 17.
A. E. MiMwr. llilo. Hush llowoll,
.Wnlluku; Liiiils Murgolln. San Fran
Wedneiday. March 16.
Mr. and Mis. II. P Fayc. Kauai.
Tuesday, March 15.
.1. 9. McOaiidless. City ; A. L. James.
Jr.. John SI. Jenkins, Schoflcld liar
racks; C. 11. Sqiiler. Nu-v York City;
Mr. and Mrs. J E. Milan, Mlnneaio
Us. Minn . Thus. C. Smith, S. S. Ala
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Thursday, March 17. '
Holicrt II. I.e Diane, Schnfleld liar
Wedneiday March 16.
C II. Olson, Knhitku.
Tuesday, March IS.
S. I). Honsler. Sohotleld Harracks;
J. V. Joes, Manila; Mrs. J. W. Joyos
and i children niul nurse Manila; MIi-.h
F. Sutler. C 8. Ilnlght. F J. Miller.
Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Morris. Mr. and Mr..
John Tlllson. Mr. and Mrs. Hnymnml
Pratt, Mis. E. K. Johnstone. S.in Fran
cisco; Miss Marjorlo Allan Snn Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Felkcr, C. O.
Snliw, San Francisco; Allan Snow,
Sao Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Loosley, Mr. mid Mrs. E. A. Ames;
Louise C llolilt, M. (1. Johnson, A.
Irwlnc, Walmnnulu; Mr. ami Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. .1 P. Mar
WIRELESS SENT TO
H A wireless message hat rj
beon sent to Win, J. Calhoun, It
tt tho new U. S. Minister to M
tt China, who is n passenger tt
tt on board the Tenyo Mnru, H
tt asking him to attend a ban- n
tt quet which the Chamber uf tt
tt Commerce wishes to tender tt
tt him on his arrival In this K
tt E. C. Drown, former pres- tt
tt Ident of the Commercial tt
tt Club, had previously extend- tt
tt cd an Invitation to Minister tt
tt Calhoun, which was accept- tt
tt ed. Tho Chamber of Com- tt
tt merce, however, thinks that tt
tt the whole city should be tt
tt represented at this luncheon, tt
tt so the Commercial Club hns tt
tt waived Its claim, nnd as a re- tt
tt result Minister Calhoun will U
tt be entertained with a lunch tt
tt nt the Young Hotel, at which tt
tt tho president of the Com- tt
tt merclal Club, the president tt
tt of the Chamber of Com- tt
tt merce, tha president of the tt
tt Merchants' Association anil tt
tt other organizations will bo tt
tt well represented. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt t: tt tt :: tt u tt
Tho following wireless has bacn
received by the agents of tho S, S.
"Alameda. March 17, 1010, 8 p. m
132 miles, fair weather, moderate E.
N. B. wind and sea, All well,"
Dy married couple (no children).,
furnished cottage; not over I2B.
Address "II.". Ilulletln office.
' Last Week of Oar
We want a very large business this week. To that
end we offer astonishing- values in every department.
There will be the most unusual bargains in Spring Lin
gerie, Dresses, Skirts, Shirt-waists, HoJiery,' Muslin Un
derwear, Embroideries, etc,
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
We are here to serve you, and we can do it to your
complete satisfaction and greatest economy. - -
Kort Street, ppp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
-The value of the clarified 'ad is
that it carrici a reel message to the
reader. It specifies something that
the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To get immediate returni in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
Telephone 603 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
If you want a good Job done ou an
i auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Time spent at tho Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent, This place Is
sometimes known as the Two Jocits
(let that next batch of films devel-
oped nt Otirrey's, Mil. (liirrey does
the mint satisfactory ilocloplng and
printing In the city, hurt near Hotel,
Mrs. C. I,. Dlckersnn for up-todatc
millinery nt reasonable prices. The
only one that docs nccordeon pleating
In Honolulu Green stamps, too, for
Senator It. II Mnkekau of Hawaii
Is In town, having arrived this morn
ing on tho Mauna Loa. While in town
lie will look after an Important legal
business which brought him here.
It. K. Hotline has received n very
fine film of the Java Volcano at test
and In eruption. The Eruption of
Sincro Is ery spectacular. The film
will be put ou for the balance of the
Oncp more the libel suit of Dr. I.eu
against tho Chinese newspaper hat-
been fent noi to n luture date. Th
rase has been hanging ou for u long
turn) niul because an Interpreter can
not lie serured, the matter lags.
Tho Fiench laundry, 258 Ilcretanln
street, maintain a very high standard
uf uoik In each of. their departments
and their customers whether for deli
cate laundry work, men's work, dye
ing or cleaning, or tho pressing of
men's clothes, aro always satisfied.
Arrieta, the Filipino who has cam-
ed so much trouble by his latter writ
ing to a certain young somuii who
knows him not. Is once mom at lib
erty, and has been warned by Chief
McDuffle that If ho persists in his an
noying wnjs ho will bo landed in Jail.
A temneiancc mass meeting Is to be
held at the exenlng session of tho an
nual meeting of tho Methodist Mission
nt the M. E. Church tonight with .Mr.
W. II Howes, presiding. Spcechos arc
to be made us follows: (a) How will
prohibition effect our Japanese In Hn
wall? by Y. Yamakn. (b) How will pro
hibition effect our Koreans In HnwallT
C. P. Hong. Theso addresses aro to
be followed by un nddress by Itov. C.
W. Pond of Oberlln Ohio. . All theso
men deserve n good Juailng.
Per M. N. S. S, W.llhelmlua, from
San Francisco. D. Miller, J. Dillon,
L. Morrison. Mr. llnmbrldge, Mr.
Wray, Mis t.aura Hudson, Frank
Howe, C. E. Edmunds, II. T. Hey
sclton, P. 0. Hottel, J. Oreenwell,
W. H. Perelra, Miss Melrobc, Miss
Minnie Uose, Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. C.
F. Turne nnd two children, Mrs. T.
C. Dunn, Mrs. Hattle Frcesc. C.
ltoyal. Miss Edyth Elliott, Mrs. T.
U. Hlssem nnd child, Miss II. M.
Snell, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Irvine.
Mrs. E. M. Englehnrdt, Miss Mary
Englehardt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wa
terhouse, P. F. de I.a Vargne, Miss
Clara Frank, E. O. Eager, W. D. Mc
Dryde, Mrs. E. C. Oreenwell, Miss
Amy Oreenwell, Mr. Senle and wife,
Mrs. La Pelrc. Mrs. C. W. lleebe,
Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Oreenwell, Miss
II. M. Unger, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O.
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Keefe and
son. Miss Etta O'Urlen, Miss Keefe,
Miss A. O. Cooper, Dr. E. K. Wllllts.
II. E. Cooper, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F.
Ilurrows, Mrs. C. P. Llbby, Mrs. U
F. Swift, Win. Swift, F. K. Thomp
bon, E. J. Lord, Miss Margaret Slat
tory, J. W. Huvcns, M. T. Mclntyre,
J. II. Sluttery, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Meurs. Henry McRuy, Miss Margaret
Oswuld, II. C. Tuft, J. F. Curlson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Wltherbee. Miss
I.oulso Wltherbee, Mr. and Mrs, a.
F. I. yon, Dr. and Mia. II. n.
Eubauks, Mr. und Mrs. E. T. Par
sons, A. K. Aca, A. 11. Llndsuy, Miss
M. L. McCarthy, F. A. I.ufkln, W.
When you want to be SUBE to have your
Handled right, phone Your order to the
CITY TRANSFEB CO.
Jai. H. Love.
MONEY IS RtADY
fiir wiMiun) i
Generous Response To
The Request Of
There hns been n generous res
ponse to the circular letters Bent to
fifty citizens by Superintendent or
Public Instruction Pope, asking for
contributions for th'e maintenance of
a summer school this year. In each
case IC0 was asked, but tn several
Instances $100 has been contribut
ed by the person tn whom the letter
Superintendent Tope stated today
that the summer sebiiol was now as
sured, as oyer half of the necessary
amount hud been contributed nnd
could bo expended at the discretion
of the Department of Public Instruc
Superintendent I'ope has named u
committee which wilt have the duty
of drawing up thu plan work for
the summer school and Its first meet
ing was held this afternoon at which
the tentative outline was agreed up
on. In addition to the work of sum
mer Instruction fin- pupils of the
primary and grammar grades it has
been suggested by Superintendent
Popo that Instruction be given In
normal work to tit some of tho ten
chem for certificates, thus enabling,
them to secure higher salaries that
they obtain In their present classifi
"Tho Idea of associating romo
normal work with the summer
school Is one that I am heartily In
favor of," said Superintendent Pope King," stated Mrs. Mock. These re
in discussing the alms of the mini-1 cited a Psalm, nnd with a song, co
rner school. It will be toward as-, titled "Little Stars," by the girls
slating that class of teachers In
need oL, nsslstancc nnd 1 am sure
It will bear good fruit."
It Is proposed to have ono teacher
euch for summer school work on
Hawaii, Muni nnd KuunI and two
on Oahu. Superintendent Pope stat
ed that he would have the commit
tee om posed of a representative
from each of tli- islands but he stnt-
ed that this was impossible because
of tho necessity of frequent
Ines uf tlm i-ni.milii.... whipi. wn,.i,i
bo Impossible If the members weie
Tho sum of $1 200 was all that Sun-
erjntenjlent Popo asked to provide for
me miasummer course or instruction
throughout the Tcrrltoiy. Tho com
mittee meeting today for tho purpose
of outlining the work Is composed of
Charles llaldwln, Principal of the Kn-
uhumanu school, Principal Wood or
tho Normal bchool au.l Mr. Davis of
tho ltoyal school.
WITH THE arrival of tho Inter-Island
steamer Mauna Loa, fiom Konn
and Kau ports this morning, there was
received 8H0 sacks H. A. sugar, 229
sucks coffee, 1G sacks beans, 10 sacks
taio 63 bunches bananas, 10 barrels
lemons, 14 barrels oranges, 12 cratos
chickens, 02 bales hides, 17G packnges
sundries. Twenty-eight cabin and 39
deck passengers nriived by the vessel.
The steamer Iwalanl was reported at
Honuapo discharging freight, while the
steamer Maul was expected would ar
il vo at Kawalbae today to tako on a
shipment of. cattle destined for Hono
lulu, Strong northeasterly winds and
heavy swells were met by tha Mauna
Lo.i on tho Inward trip.
THE JAPANESE liner Nippon Maru,
from Hongkong and Junan vmrtu. Is
expected to urrlvo at Honolulu on or.
about 11 o clock on Sunday morning
according to n wlreles smessago re
ceived from that vessel last evening.
Tho steamer Is bringing a small gen-
oral cargo ror Iho port and sho may
dock at the Hnckfeld wharf though
this decision may be altered beforo
the liner reaches the lort. Tho Nip
pon Maru will take a few lay-over pas
sengers to tho coast.
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THE CLAUDlNEi from Hawaii andidays ngo with a largo general cargo
Maul ports, brought a cosmopolitan
crowd of deck passengers nnd an as
ported general caigo Including 123
railway ties, 142 packages sundries, 70
sacks corn nnd a consignment or nogs.
Deglnning with last Tuesday tho ves
tel encountered rough weathor, heavy
northeasterly winds und swells pre
TWO DIUTIsll tramp stcamors aro
reported to havo sailed from Nowport
News. Vu.. within two days of each
other and are proceeding to Honolulu
with Bhlpntenta or coal inionuen lor
tho United States nuval station. Tho
Cbsols reported are the freighter Olon
rhlel and the Rosebank. They left
the Atlantic dou'st port a month aEO.
Regal, shoes In the styles worn this
season are In n profusion of different
nhniieH und leathern ut Regal Shoo
Stoie. Tho Regal people mo alwuys
pleafce'd to show 'their goods und, re-
member, you can got shoes thoio at
$3 60 and 'it that uro better thun much
Hioi o expensive mukes sold, esowh,eie,
CHILDREN SING AT
Ono of the most pleasing features
of this morning's conference at tlic
Methodist Episcopal church, which
I Is being pieslded over by lllshop
Hughe, r.-ns the presence of twenty-four
girls. In spotlcsi white
dresica, from tho Susannah Wesley
Home. After these had given a
song In English entitled, "Little
Sunbeam," Miss Katie Sill Veclted
"Llfe'B Hattle," for which she re
ceived much applause and was pre
sented to the Itlshop.
The singing nnd reciting of these
little girls were truly wonderful.
Faultless, In perfect harmony, nnd
given with such Intense fervdr, it
was Indeed n glowing tribute to
Mrs. Mettn S. Mack, the Buperln-J
tendelit of the home, and the Indlet
who help her, to note how well her
little charges conducted themselves
and how well they were received by
the au'dlencc assembled to hear
Mrs. Mack then lead her "report,
which gave a graphic account of nil
ordinary dny s routine nt the home,
commencing with morning prayors.
Mrs. Mack said: "During my near
ly four years' Btuy here. I huve ro
celved the cooperation of the neo-
ple of this city, and I feel Unit our
success has been entirely duo to out"
dependence upon our Messed Savior,
The older girls nro trained to bo
little mothers, and each is assign
ed to look after one of flic tiny tots
who nre In our hon.v"
One or the duties of the dny Is
the "root-wash"" session. When .-e
evening bell Is sounded for the'chll-
drcn to come Indoors, they first have
to bathe their feet, nH running abbut
nil dny bare-fool they would hot be
very presentable, nnd nre not nllow-
ed to enter the parlor until this reg
ulation has been compiled with.
"A year ago we organized a
branch of the Daughters of the
"' the home, nnd an exquisite poem,
the composition of Mrs. Mack, this
portion of the program terminated.
A brief business session was be.d
at which reports from the various pas
tors connected with the M. E. Church
In the Tenltory were read. A letter
was presented to Bishop Hughes from
twelve missions located on Hawaii,
asking Hiat a pastor be appointed to
eonuiici services for them. Tho man
agcuient of the estate was willing to
meet-ll,crrny n" expenses such ns salary to
. the such pastor. Itev. J. W. Wadmaii
i in uiiuiiiiiii-u in inuK iiuu iuii mailer
and appoint a pastor to conduct ser
vices for theso Russlajs.
Amongst tho pastors present who
are doing active work on tho different
Islands of the group were: Itev. J. W.
Wndman, J. T. Jones, O. Motokuwa,
E. Toklmasa, C. Nnkamura, C. II. Mln,
K. C. Lee. C. P. Hong, Y. S. Kim. C.
T. Choi. Y. C. Klni, U. 8. Kim, J.
Morimoto, F. L. Lee, II. S. Oault.
CAPTAIN HARRIS has succeeded
In rounding up another crew to man
his ship, the W. F. Uabcock. The ves
icl hits romnlned at tho port since
March 9, pending repairs to her rud
der tock. Tho work hns been com
pleted but tho vessel was delayed In
getting away for South Africa owing
In wholesale deserilons from tho crew.
Tno new mcn wcr0 Bmet on yesterday
and tho Hubcnck can now sail for
Cape Town with her lumber.
PURSER FRIEI.E of tho steamer
Malum Loa ni living from Kona nnd
Kau poits this morning, reports the
following sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Honiupo. 0G90; Punaliiti,
4870; Hnnnkaa,xil500; Ktlkitlhao'o
r-nnn; Panuhnu 'GOd; Paaullo, 1500;
Kiikulnu, 2241 Backs,
WHEN WILL YOUNO of Young
11 rot hers returns from thu mainland
bo will bring a newer und moro power
ful engine which will be fitted into thu
Waterwltch, Mr. Young departed for
San Francisco by the Alameda. Ho
will superintend the reconstruction of
the launch engine.
THE ARRIVAL of the Matson Nav
Igatlon liner Enterprise nt Ban Fran
ehro Is reported by tho late cables.
The Enterprise Balled from Hllo eight
iOf Hawaiian products Including sugar.
pineapples and bananas.
1.UMUER CONSIONED to tho local
branch of I.ewers & Conko Is on the
wny here from Mukllteo by tho Ameri
can schooner II. D, Uendixon. This
vessel' Balled from tho lumber port
twenty-eight days ago.
THE UNITED STATES cruiser New
Orleans has sailed from San Francis-
cd for Honolulu and should arrive here
within a week s time. Tho vessel may
remain at the port ror some time.
THE AMERICAN schooner Taurus
Zantz with a shipment or lumbcr'from
Cray's, Haibor dcbtlncd for Hllo, Is
now twonty-four days out Horn tho
IN FOREIQN POPTS
Friday. March 18.
8AN PEDRO Arrived Mar. 18; Uk.
I Aldon Hesso, hence Feb. 10,
PORT OAMULE Sailed Mar. 18: Sch.
I Alice. Cooke, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 17.
From llllo In iHstrest Aluh , Am i
schr., p m.
Friday, March IS.
Konn and Knu ports Mauna Loa, I
Blllll,, U lilt
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, March 18.
San Francisco Wllbelmlna, M. N.
Saturday, March 19.
Hllo nnd wny ports Manna Kea,
Bunday, March 20.
Kauai ports Klnau stmr., a. m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nlppo.i
Maru, T. K. K. S. 8.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mtkahala.
Btmt., a. in.
Monday, March 21. ,
Seattle and Tacomn Hyadcs, M. N.
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K,
K. S. S.
Wednesday, March 23.
Pugct Sound ports Mexican, A.-H,
Kniml ports W. O. Hall, Btnir.
Thursday, rnsren Z4.
Hawaii and 'Maul portB Claiidlnc
Friday, .March 35.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia
P. M. S. 8. ,
Saturday, March 26.
Hllo and vdy ports Mauna sKea
Sunday, March 27,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., a. m.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mikahnla
stmr., a, m.
Tuesday, March 29,
Australian ports Marnma, C.-A.
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai iorts W. O, Hall. stmr.
Thursday, March 31.
Hawaii 'and Maul poris Clandlne
Per stmr. Mnuna l.oa from Konn
nnd Knu ports. It. UonvllllnnnHen
derson. F. 1. Leslie, 'II. II. Mnklkali
Rev. O. Li Kopa. Mrs. B. P. Low. W
II. Oreenwell, Mrs. Oreenbatigh. Joe
Rarrern Miss Akl Mrs. U Mcwayno
Miss T. Marcos, 0. Krctschelmer, C.
Ahlnn, Mrs. Dickinson, Miss E. Mn
loney, J. II. Touslng. E. A. Douthltt
Mrs. uep. unnn, n. i.. rerr, j. a.
Per stmr. Claudlne from Hawaii
and Maul ports. D. E. Metzger, A. H.
Ford A. Hanaberg. W. Kit Mrs. DeaB
.las. Klrkland. S. Kanda. R. S. Ho's
mer, Mis. F. O. Correa. Miss M. Tn
vares Jno. Crowder. M. Jardlne. Mlsr
Jardlne, H. Howell, Miss I. M. Pope,
Mrs. J. O. Prosscr.
1" MAILS. I
Malls nre rue ut Honolulu Iron
paints as follows:
San Francisco Per Wllhelmlna
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru. Marcl
Colonies Per Marama, March 29.
Vancouver Per Maltal, April 2.
Malls will depart for the follnwlnr
points as follows:
Sail Francisco Nippon Maru. Marcl
Yokohama Per Tenyo Mnru, March
Vancouver Per Marama, March 29.
Colohles Per Maltal, April 2.
1 r 1
Crook, from Honolulu for Manila
Dlx, ut Manila. Jan. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila
Thomas, arrived San Francisco from
Matilla, Match 10.
Bhcrldan, sailed from Manila for Hn
rnlulu, March 14.
; POET SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BABEACKS.
Tuesday -wast the last 'day of gym'
nisiuoi unit ror-tho season as It has
ueen ordered that gynaslum drills will
be discontinued. This was done on
account or target season as the men
are bolng 'drilled n great deal In posi
tion and aiming drills and gallery
practice1. Tho regular target sea bo n
will'begln April 30th and will continue'
ror two months add target drills and
gallery practice will continue from
now until the range firing begins.
A large quantity of Quartermaster
supplies were received on the U. 8,
army transport Logan that arrived
MondaV nii'ii'Mr'tlm nast few dnVs de
tails 'have been kept busy transport-'
ing tneso supplies ironi tno hock to tno
There was a ball game between Fort
Shatter and tho Marines at tho Athle
tic Park Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Tho 20th Infantry team lost
by u large score. Th 'Marines had
the host of the game from beginning
to end. This was only a practice game
and does not count on tho season's
All of the boys seem to take a great
Interest In the now hand, bull court
anil there Is talk of organizing u team
to colitpcto in u series Of gabies with
the teams of other posts, of the Isl
Work Is still being done on the
target range preparing It for the coin
Thursday M-irch 17.
Kalmi ports W. (J. Mali. stmr. fi:3u
VESSELS TO OEPART
Hawaii ports 'Helene, sunr.
Maul and Hawaii ports Glaudlne,
stmr., G p. tn.
, Baturday, March 19.
San Francisco Nevadan', A.-H.
Monday, March 21.
Ban Francisco Nippon Maru, T, K.
K. S. 8.
Kanal polls Noeau, g'tmr
Tuesday, March 22,
Japan ports and Hongkong Tenyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Hllo and wny ports Mauna Kea,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mtkahala,
Kona and Kau port Manna Loa,
Thursday, March 24.
Kauai ports W. Q. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March 25.
San Francisco Siberia,'!'. M. S S
Mauna and ''Hawaii 'ports Cl.iudtne.
Saturday, March 26.
flan Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 23.
Hongkong and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. B.
Knual ports Noeau, stmr.
Tuesday, March 29.
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. 8. 8.
Hllo la way ports Manna Kea,
Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahala,
Knunl ports Klnau,, stmr.
Thursday, March 31
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, for San
Francisco, Mar. 10. Mr, .and Mrs.
Dlckcrson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spit
zer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnynard, Mrs. C.
II. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Carpenter, Miss W. Dickson, Miss
A. Anderson, T. O. Ollmore, Mrs.
Seale, Miss Wood, Miss Olddlngs,
Miss Hedden, Mr. and Mrs. P. Mac
farlano, Miss Dlnlsdell, Mrs. C. A'.
Dlalsdell. Mrs. Fred Snow, Miss
Elerass, Miss O. Wndman, Mr. and
Mrs. F. II. Damon, Donald Ross, Mr.
apd Mrs. James Hurvy, Mr. and Mrs.
Li. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. It. J.
Hayes, Mrs. Mc J. McOIII, Mrs. Ji M.
McSurley, J. L. Ruse, II. D. Rice. F.
A. Ulack, J. A. Crowley, A. R. Malt
land, Walker and Storem, Mrs. A.'L.
Ulack, Dr. und Mrs. T. II. McNuD,
Per stmr. Claudflne, for Hawaii
and Maul ports, Mar, 18. Kev. O.
II. Qullck, Mrs. Oullck, Mrs, W. 8.
Rose, Miss W. Weight, F. A. Lut
kln, Mrs. E. K. Rice.
.Per stmr, Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, March 18. Mrs.' E. K.
''Per stmr. Mauna, Kea, for Hllo
and way ports, Mar. 22. Mrs. L. A.
Turner, Miss E. A. Stone, F. 8. Peck.
W. O. Wilbur. Mrs. Wilbur. Mrs. F.
E. Donnls. R. I. Lillle. F. D. Rovard.
Illshop E. II. Hughes.
Per stmr, Mauna Loa, for Kona and
Kau ports, March 22. Mrs. Walau,
Mrs. Bcebo, W. L. Oreenwell, L.
Oreenwell. Mr. and Mra'. J. A. Magoon,
Mrs. E. C. Oreenwell.
Per Btmr. Klnau, for Kauai orts.
March, 22t-J. K. Farley. 11. D. Wish-
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllhelmlna, for
San Francisco, Mar. 20. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Iiowen, Rev. C. M. Pond,
Mrs. Pond, Miss Lulu Lave, Mr. and,
Mrs. I). 11. Smith, Miss N. Lloyd, S.
ISeane, Mrs. Cox, M, H. Weinberg.
D. L. Wlthlngton, Mrs. J. A. Soott.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Z. K. Myers, J. M. Am
brose, Mr. Burnett, Miss Harnett,
Mary Harnett, C. F. Murray, Miss
Ella MUrray, Mrs. II. Alexander, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. U. Austin, Miss Irene
IUacktnan, Mr. add Mrs. Oas. Wake
field, L. W. Moody, Miss M. Old
dings, Miss M. i 'Hedden, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Taylor. Miss R. Ilaxter,
J. II. Casey, w. Walker, T. B. Mer
lin, W. W. Ilruner. Mrs. J. M.
Ilrowno, J, I). Cas'tle, Oeo. Derlsjo.
Miss E. M. Anderson, M. E. Silva.
Oscar Edlhard, Miss E. Route, Ni 1.
White, Mary Vanderberg, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Rase, Mrs. M. F. Scott,
Miss M. Anderson, A. D. Larnach,
Mrs. O. I. Welbourne. II. 3. 'Steele.
Mrs. Steele, L. C. Abies, Mr, ajnd
Mrs, W. T. Lucas, Miss A. M.'Dvetz.
Dr. Maxwell, Mr. ahd Mrs. O. Y.
Hastings, Mrs. Mary E. Walker, .1.
F. Moore, Mrs. A. Illatt, Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Ilacon, Mrs. Creelman,
Mrs. J. O. Cnroy, N. U. Young, I).
Wiley, N, S. Sachs, Mrs. M. J.
Sloan, Miss Bloan, W. P. Roth, tieo.
II. Robertson, Dr. W. U. Platner.
Miss Catherine Paris, J, F. Stafford.
C. 11. Dickey, MIbs A. Kleuime, "j.
Urube, Mrs. Orubo, Dr. F. J. Van
Kirk, Dr. W. D. KlrkpatrlcU, Mlw
Fried luuder, Miss Abramu, 'A, L.
Jessup, Miss Anna Gallon, Mrs, C.
A. Pratt, Mrs. L. M. De Wolfe, Mr.
and Mrs. J, E. Phelan, J, H, Joyue,
Miss W. Dickson.
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