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MONO A V
Leahl Chapter No 2 Renular
Nuuanu Chapter note Croix
Maund Thursday Ceremonies.
Easter Ceremonies Sunday,
Marcli 27, 10 a. m.
All visiting members of the
Order art) cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other A,l0.
IENEFICIAL A$SnSIATION. ciationa cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:80 la I.O. O. V. HftltT Tort Street.
' K. It. HENDRY. Secretury.
H. E. MCCOY, Noble Oiand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAKD X0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
MeeU every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall.
arner Fort and Berotanla. Visiting
Mothers cordially Invited to attend..
WM. JONE3. C.O.
t O. F. HEINE, 1C ItT-S.
0N0IU1U I0DOE 618. B. Pi Q. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, OrVrO.
C'ks, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, every Frldnyeien
ag. Visiting Brothera are cordially
invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIIITT, B. R.
H. C. EA8TON, Bec'y.
AWAIIAN TEIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and tbtrd Thurs
day of each month at Knights or
Pyibias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
lleUy Invited to attend.
P, JIiaaiNH, Sachem.
K. V. CTODD, C. of It.
- HONOLULU AERIE 140, E 0,EL
i ; " --
Meets on the 2nd ana sin vtw.
H.RSDAY evenings of each month at
N80 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Betetanla and Tort streets.
Vsltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend, W. It. Ill LEY. W. P,
WM. C. McCOY, jjfc
Wm. M'KINLEY L0DQE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday.
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of TV
Half, cor. Fort and Berotanla. Visit
ing Urutbers cordially Invited to at
'tend. JI. A-. TAYLOn, C. C.
K. A. JACOBSON, K. R. 8
Pur Htmr. Klnau lr&in Kui:iJ POrfS.
ATarcli 20. Qoernor Frear. Jl"arjton
Campbell, Hugh Howell, D. K'Mctz-
Kor, ThOs. Weir, Mrs. Weir, Ml
Stewart, O. B. Austin, Mrs. Austin, i"
C. Hageiis, MIsh E. Waterhousu, Mrs.
:. V. Baldwin, Dr. Derby. J, E. Mai
tln, Mtb. W. O. Crowell and son, Miss
' Tnuaku, Ah Sam, S1. K. Kaeo. Mrs. S.
X. Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moni
tion, Mrs. Wm. Danfnrd, Kov. Clioug
l.eong. Mr. Koe, I. Odo W II. Itlcc,
Jr., C. M. Cooko, Jr., Mr. ami .Mis
Knndo. II. D. Wlfbard,- O. A. Kinllli,
W. A. Doblc, n..Catton, W. A. Klnn'.y
,niul sqn. T. II. Kennedy. T. M
, Church, Mr- ". K. Halt, Ileatilce
lart and f)7 deck.
Per T. K. K. S. 8, Nlpon Mora,
rfrom Hongkong and Japan porlH
March 20. For Honolulu, Mr. nnd
3Irs. Fltzhcrbert, Otto Coiirud, Pro),
Dr. II. II, Pfliiger, Mrs. Pllugor MIsh
O. Pfluger, Miss E. Pfliiger II. M
Tuukca. Through for San Fiiinelsco:
A. Gh"lla, John Iluda, It. Y Hanlon.
M. Mnekawa, Mrs. W. W Mnrquaidt
and two sons, Maj. 0. Itnjln Mrs. C.
nayle, T, Sakuragl, W. T. Thornton.
MrB. II. Takakl, It. V. Watson M. N.
O, Whlttemore, Mrs. M. N. C. Whltte
more nnd Infant, Mrs, M, Okubo, Y,
Asakawa, Mrs. S. Shlmaknwa Mis. K
Uycno, Miss C. NakuJIma, J W. Mel
Per Htmr. Mlkaliula, from Molokal
nnd Maul porljt, March 20, W C.
Boutello, Victor Clark. Ml. Pro"r
Mr, King, Judgo Kepolkal, J, Oolrt
iitcln, Mrs. Kamani.
Posslblo Cus'tomer What's tho
))rlce of oranges? Now Clerk
Twenty-five conlu, flfty (ents, mid
, 1." Possible Customer Hut why
4U the dltteronco In pi Ices? All the
oranges qu liavo look the biiiio to
,,jne, Now Clerk Thoy uro the
,,-i.ame, but the prices 1 have named
,tnrB for half, one and two doen loli.
Chicago Dully News.
WE HAVE WITH, US
AT THE YOUNG.
Cunday, March 23.
II O Wlslurd Mime, Thou. E. Mar
tin, Sun Hauclicu: I), 13. Metrger,
llllo; IIiihIi Unwell, Wnlluku, C. Stew-
nn, Kami; .Air. mid .vu. w u. Aus
tin, Stockton Oil, Mr mid .Mrs Tho
mas Weir, Bait Lake City; Otto Coi,
rail, Dusseldoif, German.
Monday, March 21.
Mis, A, Kumsierger, New York.
Saturday, March 19.
Mr. and Mrs. V O Franklin, San
Francisco; Mr and Mrs. E. T. Parsons,
San Francisco, Mrs Eugene N. Engel
hardt, Oakland, Cat., Miss Clara
Franck, Onklniul, Cat; Miss Mary En
gelhardt, Oakland Cal, II. C. Talr,
Oakland, Cal, J F. Cnrlstnn, Oakland,
Cal; J. W llaciiR, Oakland, Cal; Mr.
and Mrs Henry Mcllae, New York;
Mr. and Mrs W..A. Seal, Seattle.
Wash; Mrs T O. Hlssen, Los Angeles;
Cal; Mr and Mrs .1 H. Keefe San
Francisco; Miss E O Ilrtcn, San Fran
cisco, Master II Keefo San Fran
cisco; Miss II. M. Snell, l.os Angeles.
Cnl; E (1. Eager, Tolcilo, Ohio; I)r
and Mm, II, 11. Cow bank, I'cn tlaml.
Ore; Mr and Mrs, I.. I. Orcenwcll,
Oakland, Cal; Mrs. C. ' Ileebe Oak
land, Cat; Mrs lay Pram, Palo Alto,
Cal; Mrs E. C, Qreenwull, San Frun
Cisco; Miss Amy Oroenwell..San Fran
cisco; Julian (Irecnwell, Sun Francis
co, J. II, Slattery, Hllv-erton Colo;
MUb M. Slattery. SllW'rton. Colo; Mr.
nnd Mrs. W, F. Burrows, Chicago, III.;
Mrs. C. P. Mbby. Chicago, III; Mrs.
Louis Swift, Chicago 111; Master V.
Swift and maid Chicago, III; Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Irwlnc, l.os Angeles, Cal.;
Sherman Bnhibrldge, Los Angeles, Cal
A. W. Eames, Wiihlnwn, II. F Hay
seldcn, Miss Shore, Ookal.i, Miss Mc-
Cubbln, Ookala; Miss M. McCuhblu.
Ookala; Dr. w. I). Klrkpatrlck, Bel
llngham, Wnsh; Dr. F. J. V.n Kirk.
Belllngham, Wash; John Staltord, Fall
River, Mass; E. O. Knowlcs, New Bed
ford. Mass; N. P. Henley, New Bed
ford, Mass; Miss Hefflry, Now Bed
ford, Mass; J, T. McCrosson, Kukul
hnole; W. N. Bellinger. San Francisco;
Mrs. Mao E. Walker, Ben I.emonti, uni
II. Vicars, Hllo.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Sunday, March 20.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Chrlstophersen,
Knhnkii; D D. Orctory.
Monday, March 21.
C. D. McEnchein, Etta; Otto Con
rnd, Dusseldorl, (Icrmnn) ; Mrs. A. A.
Dancona, San Francisco; Mia, II, L.
MorrlB, Los Angolcs, Cal.
Saturday, March 19.
John Miller. James Dillon, Mi
jindjllrs. Hutclikls. Louis Morrison,
MrTnud Mrs. C. L. Itojnl and babv.
.14 r nmi mib. T. O. Winy, Airs. v. i
Boeck, Puuneno; Mrs. C. Clement
Puuncno; Mrs. J. 11. Neville, Den
ver, Colo,; Mrs. II. N. Stiong. nen-
DOCK BEER HAS COME AGAIN.
,Tbo glad bock beer season has coino
again. Prlmo bock b-er Is on draught
at uery bar In Honolulu today. In
answer to Saturdays announcement by
'tho Honolulu nrewery that bock beer
would flow at noon Monday loverB of
thu rich brown blew were on hum
promptly at Ihe arlous liars ubout
the city to gel a flrt taste of tho
healthful spring beveragtf. Thi Boa
son's bruw of "Bock" Is pronourceJ
by cxpertB the best over put out In
this city and us only a, limited amount
Is brewed each se;ion It Is expected
that the Prlmo "bock" will not la'st
long, so great Is the demand.
Besides being on, draught at tho
various saloons, Prlmo "bock" Is also
bottled oO' may bo ordered for home
For This Week
BOYS, WASHABLE SUITS 22 to 8'years sizes; ,best " .
make $1.50 to $3.50 a Suit o
LADIES' KID GLOVES Two-clasp; in White, Black,
and Tan , .$1.25 Pair
LADIES' SKIRTS Full-pleated, well-tailored Skirts;
all lengths and waist-bands; in Worsteds, Series, i
and Alpacas $4 to $10 Each
NEW SPRING WAISTS Special Sale. Fancy Lin
gerie and Tailored Styles; snow-white and beauti
ful goods; fresh from the hands of the makers. ,.
$1.50 to $4 Each
EACH A MIGHTY BIG VALUE SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
A. Bloin s.
Kort Street, opp.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ihe value of the'clasiifled ad It
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It inecinei something that
the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To get immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
Telephone SOS to hae Laundry
called for and delivered quick
Call on Mike Patpn at, the Encort
Saloon for a draft ,of Fresh buttor
Qo to the Fashion Saloon when jou
want u delicious cold drink, msdt
If iyou want a good job done on 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. 1
sometimes known as the Two Jac,s.
.Judge A. N, Kepolknl of Maul Is In
ton mis n witness In tho famous case
of Kal.ieokekol . Walluku Stigr
Mr. Slla sas that tho balky horses
drawing n hcarso that created some
confusion In a funeral esterday hf
tcrnoun weic nut his. '
Msll Jack Huberts at Dm Kentucky
Safoon when you wuut liquid refrcsl
ment. You will get goo I goods an
courteous trnilmeni them
Oet our soda water from tho Arc
tic Soda Water Worki Co, 12C3 Mil
ler strict, telephone CK Distilled wat
er delivered to offices or dwellings.
Mrr. C. L. Illckerson for up to date
millinery ul rnso'iab'o prices. The
only ono that does accordeon pleating
In .Honolulu Green, stamps, too, for
C. W. Ashfnrd has withdrawn the
bill of exceptions lu tho case of Oeorg?
Smithies ct nl. against J. F. Colburn
executor under the will of Prince
American Stcnm Ijiunrirv rinea riell.
fcato fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' dresses. Clothes clcuned and
pressed. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phone 603.
Now Is the time to got good Iron
Into the blood. 'Order u :aiu of our
Sarsnparllla and Iron. Don't foigel
our distilled water. Consolidated SMn
Water Works Co. Phone 71.
Douald Kent Is doing well at the
Queen's hospital and jestenlay was
allowed out lor snniu hours; be Is re
covering from the operation quickly.
and will soon bo at sea again.
Monday. April 25th, has been set an
tho dnto for hearing the petition for
the allowance of tho final accounts of
W. 0. Slnglehurkt. administrator or
tho estatu of Mary K. Slnglehurst.
Flvo flno festive f'olcome flz ar
tists faced Judge Audrado this morn
ing and all plet-ld cillty to .in
chargo of being Inked; It cost tho
bunch four bucks each to get out of
tho coole ',
It. II, Booth, or Frol L. Waldron's
staff. Is reported to be recovering from
tho attack that laid Jilm low for u
week or so. His many friends will be
glad to hear that lie will soon he at
A repoit of the appraisers has bcn
filed in thu condemnation proceedings
brought by tho Oahu Land nnd Rail
way Company ngjIiiBt John S. McQrcw
Tho nppiaUers, Cecil Blown, Charles
wilder and J, A. Thompson. Tho pro
perty Is appraised nt SI 50.
Three Filipinos who were fpund
asleep lu n box car at tho Railroad do
pot, wcro up before Judge .Andrade
this morning; two of the men wore
given thirty days each and the third,
lining under eighteen years of ago
was sent on to tho Juvenile Court.
Coalman (who has been summon
ed from the street to a flat on the
tenth storyno lift) How many
hundredweight did you say, mum?
Ludy (Hweetly) Oh, I don't want
nny coul; I wus only telling my lit
tle girl that if she kept on being
naughty jou'd take her away In your
big black bag, but she's behaving
better now, thank ou very much,
A man's bijmp of Intellect Is a
dent If ho tells u woman the wbolo
Manchester cotton spinners decided
unanimously to contlnuo short tlmo un
til Alll 20.
H0NOLUL0. T. II., MONDAY, MAR.
When you want to be
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
las. H. love.
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THE OFFICEHS cf tl.e steamer M.-,
mm 'Ken repoit that for the p.ut tw (Continued from Page 1)
dajs prior to the oall.ng or that w fro not publicly known. It is general-
sel from Hllo an unusuillj higi se.A . hm,KM, th,n,l ", "pec a, B,olt'Vr.
linn i.rovented nil work on llm li.uik. wl" Up Rclccted to put tho qiiestlon
lias provuntcd all work on tho Uieik- nl)(lw ,h coun, a,tnrney ,I() wM1
water. The waves have waj.hy.1 tie- ,,, b(. agkl,(, ,0 remler ,,, optlon on
full, length nt the strtictuie, biu havii , ,,CS( before n vote Is takun
uone cuinparHiivei.v nine uuiuukb me
excellence of the work being shown
In the manner In which the grent stone
wall has resisted the battering of thu
water. A small section or the track
near the end has been washed away
but with good weather this can b re
paired In a very short time.
THE SPEED trial of tho Too Risen
Kntsha liner Nippon Maru held the
first of the month while tho vessel
was steaming through China and Jap
aneee wnters developed over 17 knots,
tvcraglng 17.29 knots. Her six ofllclal
'iins showed 17.19 knots. The Nippon
Mnru was built til 1898 by Sir John
l.alng at Sunderland. She had a con
tract speed or 17 knots.
THE ARRIVAL or tho American
schooner Muriel nt San Francisco l8iwronB to mako such an oidlnanco
reported. This vessel kalled rropi Hc -
notpu on March 3rd, after having dli-.
charged u ahlpment of lumber at thu
AFTER AN eighteen days nassngo
to the coast tho American schooner
J nines Holph Is reported to have ar
rived lit San Fianclsco on last Sal
and way ports,
i, iar. a. .Mrs. i a. morning and henpo thero wU bo. prn
13 A. Stone. F. S. Peck, sent Interested .spectators, .waiting u
Mn Vlllxll- Mrs 1.' I li.nr frnn. 1.1. .J '' '
Turner, Miss E
W. O. Wilbur. Mrs. Wilbur. Mrs. F.
E. Dennis, It. I. Llllle, F. D. Ilovard.
lllBliop K. u, Hughes.
Per stmr. Maun i I.o.i, ror Kona and
Knu ports, Marcli 22. Mrs. Walau,
Mrs. Bcebe, W. L. Orcenwcll, I
Oreenwell. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Magoon,
Mrs. K. C. Oreenwell.
Per stmr. Klnau, lor Kauat ports,
March 22. J. K. Furloy, II. I). Wish
Per stmr. Mauna Kea. Irom Hllo nnd
way ports, March 22. Edward Ho.
-Miss Flcmmlng, Mrs. L. S. Turner,
Miss C. A. Stone, Miss McCormlck.
MrB. McCormlck, J. M. Dowbctt, A. J.
Aram, E. O. Clark. A. E. Jordan. Mrs.
J. Clement, Mrs D. L. Boeck, Mrs. E.
I'ooie. ur. ismina K. Wlllctts. Mrs. O.
W. Klrkaldy, Ohns. Branham, Mrs. D.
H. Case, M. lloblnson, T. H. Peck. L.
WatsotK T,,P. W. Oray. ,H. O. Wil
bur. Mrs. Wilbur. MrB. A. F. Knox.
Miss F. K. Dennis R. S. Llllo. Mrs.
Thos. Cooko, F. D, Bovurrd lllsh, K.
II. Hughes, Mrs. A. F. Knox, A. M.
Per stmr. Mauna Lon. ror Kona nnd
Knu portB, Mnrch 22. M, C. Do Mel
lo. Mrs. Do M)lo. Mrs C. W. Iloobc,
Mrs. La Plorro. T. O. Davlcs. 1 I.
Oreenwell, Mrsi; Oreenwell, J. Green
we.l J A, Magodn, Mrs. Magoop, Mrs.
a. v, urecnvveii;
Per stmr. Klnau ror Kauai ports
March 22 J. K. Farley, A. McBryde.
PM(K. Palama, D. B. Muidock II. D.
Wlshard, Miss II. W. Nordmejcr, E.
Per stmr. Cltudlne, ror Maul nnd
Hawaii rorts. March 25. Mrs. Plcrco,
O. W. Ponry. Mrn.'Poary, Mrs. Mur
phy, M, Hall, M. Benton.
Per stmr. Mlkalinln. ror Maul nnd
Molokal ports. March 22. Miss Coc't-
ctt. Mrs. Ramsbcrgor.
Per stmr. W. O. .Hall, ror Knual
portB, March 31. Iosllo Wlshird.
Per M. N. S. 8.1 Wllhelmlna. ror
San Francisco, Mar. 2i. Mr, and
Mrs. W. A. Bovven Itev. C. M. Pond,
Mrs. Pond, Miss Lulu Law, Mr. and
Mrs. n. H., Smith, Miss" N. Llojd, J.
Beane, Mr's. CoxJ M. H. Weinberg.
D. L. Wlthlngton, Mrs. J. A. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Mers, J, M. Am
brose, Mr. 'Barnett, Miss Barnett,
Mury Barnett, C. F. Murrai Miss
Ela Murray, Mrs. II. Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Austin, Miss Irene
Blackman, Mr. and Mrs.vJas. Wake
field, L. W. Moody, Mlsa M. Old
dings, MIbs M, Hedden, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W Taylor, Miss R. Baxter,
J. II. Casey, W. Walker, T. E. Mar
lln, W. limner, Mrs. J. M.
Browne, J.n, Castle, 'Geo, Derlgo,
Miss E. Mv Anderson," M. E. Sllvu,
Oacar.Edlhftrd, Miss B.yRouse, N. I.
White, Mary" Vanderberg', Mr. and
Mrt. J. H, Ha, Mrs: M. F.. Sejtt,
Mlis M. Anderson. A.. D. Larntfch?
Mrs. 0. L.Welpourne: H.' 3.'Bto,-
Mrs. Bteele, U.; C. ARles. Mr. and
Mrs! W. J, Lucas, Mlsa A, M. Diets,
Dr. Muxweli, "Mr," ah'd Ms. C. Y.
Hustings Mr.-, Mnry'r;. iWalkon J.
V, Moor. Mrs. ''A, Tllatt. Mr. ( and
Mrs. C. If.. Bacon, Mrs," Creelman,
Mrs. J. 0. Carey, N.' B. Young, Ii.
Wiley, U, S. Ssehs; Mrs. M. J,
Bloan,, Mill, Bioan, W, P. Hoth, Oeo.
I, Robertson, Dr. W. B. Platner.
MIbs Cathetlue Paris, J, FJStartard,
C, H. Dickey, MIH A, Klonime, J.
Orube, Mrs .Qrube, Dr. F. J. Van
Kirk, Dr. W. D. Klrkpatrlck, Miss
Filedlunder, Miss Abrams, A. L.
JeMiup,- Miss 'Anna' Osllonr" Mrs, C.
M, Pratt, Mr.Li ji. De ptt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. PhtUn, J. H. Jayne,
Mlis w, Dlckoon. x' ' "
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Tho Unllcd-'StatcH bureau of statis
tics teiwrls .Tanuary 'imports '$133,
658,661, tncreabo $30,081 B63; ;cjs)ortB,
S1I4 015,3(iO, decrcabo 112,(97,i72, For
seven mouths Imports Increased 1193,
793,063 and exports Increased' 152,490,-CUD.
SURE to have your
TO ANSWER TONIGHT
for oi against tho ordinance
It Is ixpjcted that nil members or
the Hon 1 will he present nt the meet
ing tonight. The general public, or
at leniit, n large majority of the voteis
arc watching tho action of the Board,
regarding the flrc-llmlt question. The
laboring class Is appaiently anxious
to'know, who among the members of
the Board will support the passage of
According to a general report, It Is
said that some of the members or the
Board, who would like to run again
for their various offices nt the coming
election, have changed their minds,
since the second passage of tho ordin
ance. ADIa. it is certain will vote against
the ordinance. Ho said this publicly
last Saturday, declaring that It Is
.wnicn win ne detrimental to tho, poor
juuuciiiu- (Wi ,inw i,iifii'jr nuiijiii3
to ooimu worn. , . tl i,iil
Kane. It Is 'reported Is "kanalua"
about his late vote, , Ilo will probably
ivoto against thu uassnen ofl llip.nrn
.limit ordinance, unless. Influenced by
Ilia frfnnrla '
Andrew Cox, Iho deacon supervisor
of Walalua, who did npt come to jlpwn
this.' morning, but. In, expected, to,
arrive In the. afternoon tral will havo
something to say abou tli(i, ordinance.
I1IX IliriilJI. .. n ." . M...
4tyiei(wiii ue nenru )n an lls gflry
hear from him.
I Logan, ,QtUur and Mcpiellan whii
thave ,iievlously liiado their nosltlons
turn, -iii iiiiiiiiiuuoi-tueiiunie suji
stnud 5y their -guns. t . J
vein, reppsoiuing inq cnincse pro
perly iowners will prolnbly, he present
nt tho muetlns to preiqut bs ,Ylew,s
on the. legality of, tho otdlnancq
It was.dilnted lato this inftouioou
tbnt In r"n Ihe -couiitv allnrnev's aili
vlccwlll bo ror the orillnaiico, ,(lu- ma
jority nfthe MPervIi;vreifcoplAhla,
mn oio i,us nnai, roauiiig. , v in
Anyway- tt-has dawnedoii Mr. Cu
dahy; at least,; that there Is aMotiOt
tall beefing golngion throughout! thei
- f - tvti-n
weak and convalescent.
need strength need a food and a tonic. v
Many people need a tonic, who do not
consult a doctor. There is a noticeable lack
of energy in these people; a disincUnation
to make any unusual effort. Your friend's
answer to your morning greeting is not a
complaint; but there is no CHEERY return.
LACK OFEIJERGy. , THAT'S AL
Now Jhat iriend heds a tonic, and if-he
will drink, pure beer he will have the bene
fit of the barley a food, and; th hbps---a
tonic. The trifle. ofal?ohoL,iss an. aid to
digestion. , - ' ;
;The proper drinking of beer,is;the
solution to "lack of energy." ;TA jpure beer
and the beer to, drink in Hawaii is
.211 WBmiVU "PW.JL .Jl-JL'Jtli'JIUJrl
, - -- i r-TsfrnnrrTiiii 'i
' M .Shipping;
.Lin - ' i i.i-. .
J Sunday. March 20." I
Hcngkong and Japan port Nippon
Mnru T K K S. 8.. 6 D. in.
Son Francisco Andrew Welch, Am.
bark, 6:30 p m.
Kaunl ports Klnau, stmr. a. in. .
Molokal nnd Maul, ports llkohaln,
slmi., a. in. .
Mondny, March 21.
Hawaii ports Maul, stmr., a. m
VE88ELS TO ARRIVE
Monday, March 21.
Seattle nnd Tacoma Hyndos, M, N
San Francisco Tenyo Mnru, T. K
K. S. 8.
Wednesday, March 23.
Puget Sound ports Mexican, A.-ll.
Knual ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday. March 24.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claudlne
Friday, March 25.
Hongkong via Japan porta Siberia,
P. M. S. fl.
Saturday, March 26.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea
Sunday, March 27.
Kauai porlii Klnali.rstinr., a. m.
f, Maiihnnd -Molokal ports Mlkahala.
i ,i , Tuesday, March-29,
AtiBtrnllnn ports Mnrnma, C.-A.
S. 8., ' . ,
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai rts W. O. Hall, Btmr.
s i, i Thursday, March 31.
1 Hawaii and' MaulN ports Claudlne,
stmr.. . i - "
,'Mfllls arc cue at Honolulu from
points S3 follows:
(Colonies Per Marama, March 29.
ftncouvor-i-Por Maltnl, April 2
Malls'wlll depart far the following
points ns follows: '
Yokuhsma Por Tenyn Maru, March
.it. , .
Vancoiiver Per Marama, March 29.
Colonies Per Maltnl, April 2.
. CAPTAIN KELLY, master of tho
liarkAndrew W.elch lirouglit his ves
sel with a largo general cargo with
InoWing distance of the port yester
day .afternoon and tho Welch came
along side, tho wharf last ovcnlng. Tho
bark was, nineteen days on the voyago
from Sen Francisco nnd brought n lew
Uw - : vtuj? Jr aLiTi
The Jge,cf. That's
Sunday', March 20
Hllo Wllbelmlfta, M. N. 3, 8, 4
p1. m. " "' ' '
Monday, March 21
San Franclsco--Nlppon Maru T. K
K. S. S., noon, " . t ' '
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Monday, March 21,
Kauai ports roeau stmr., '5 p. m
Tuesday March 22. (
Japan ports and Hongkong Tenjo
Maru, T. K. K. 9. 8-
Illla and way ports Mauna Kea,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Lot,
Thursday, March 24.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March 25.
Ban Francisco Siberia, P. M. S S
Mauna and Hawaii 'ports Claudlne
Saturday, March 26.,
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
S. 8. " J
Monday, March 23.
Hongkong '-and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. f-S. S. ' '
Knual ports Noeau, Btmr. '
' Tuesday, March 29.
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. 8. 8. I
Hllo Ma way -ports Mauna Kea,
Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau,. stmr.,
Thursday, March 31
Kautl ports W. OvHall, stmr.
Crook, from Honolulu for Manila,
Dlx. at Manila, Jan. 20. ,
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Thomas, orrlved San Francisco from
Manila. March 16. '
Sheridan, sailed from Manila ror Ho
nolulu, March 14.
1 IN FOREIGN PORT I
Monday, March 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 19: S.
S. Mlsfourlan for Sound,
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Mar. 19: S
S. Hllonlnn, for Sound.
bulletin Bunnesi Oftee Phone W.
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