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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Renular
Nuuanu Chapter Rose Croix
Maundy Thursday Ceremonies.
Caster Ceremonies Sunday,
March 27, 10 a. m.
-II visiting members ot tno
Onlcr arc cordially Invited to
attend meeting nf locil lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
ot K. P. Hall
7:30 P. H.
MARINE ENGINEERS' ; Aw'
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciations cr r-
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
" Meets oory Monday evening at
' 1:36 In I. O. 0 1'. Hill. I'ort Street.
E R. I1CNOUY, Secretary.
II. n. MCCOY. Noblo Onitid.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAEO LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third rl
ry oveuing at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
rcrner Fort and Ucrctnnla. V'.sHlns
Mothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. 'rtEINE, K. II. S.
HONOLULU LOJJGE G10. B, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lr,dgo No. 616, D. I. O.
tl'.ks, meets ja their ball, on King
Street, near jort, every Friday even.
Inc. Vlaltlr-g mothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
F.. A- DOUTIHTT, E. It.
H. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HAW ATI AN TRIBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.'
MeevS every flrst and third Tburs
lrys c.t each month at Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tlilly Invited to attend.
P. H1GOINS, Sachem.
E. T. TODD, C. of It. '
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of ejeh month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of p. Hall, corner
Berctanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend, W, n. RILEY, W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec
v7m. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets erory 2nd nnd 1th Saturday
evening m 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort nnd Deretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. R. S.
Views of the
, ,The best work of the leading pho
tofjrapheis will be found at our
,v UNMOUNTED PHOTOGRAPHS
:j AND VIEW POSTCARDS
A Large and Attractive Assortment
Photo Supply Co.,
Tort Street, Below Hotel
A Skin ol Beamy is a Joy Forpve,
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WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNOt.
Tuesry, March 22.
Mrs. A 'uimsrtrj!er, New York
( y: Mr und Mrs c II. IMercc, N7w
Wi C.ty, Col and Mrs. Duncan C.
I" ill ,1-1. Washington n C ; .1. I. Phil
1 . Washington, I). C , D. C Phil
lip. .Tr Washington I). ('.: Mr. nnd
Mm M I Collin Cli c.igo: MM Col
If CI'laiK): 11. I.ois. Yokohama
i A. Bickel. Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. i
I", n. Stono, Chicago; Mr. nnd Mrin. , j .uii-.-.i ...i.t
V M. Gtdfrey, Portland, Ore; Mr.
nnd Mis. 11. 1. Smith, Chicago; Mr,
and Mrs 1 Home Yokohama;
Marshall Dnrrath New York Clt: D.
1' Wither, Japan, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. C.
Avery Fort Collins, Colo.; A. E. W.
Tood, Wnlnln n.
f, onday, March 21,
Mis. A ltamvpen;Ar, New York,
junday, March 20.
H. I). Ulan-mi l.lhuc; Theo. E. Mnr
tin, San frnnclsco, I), E. Mctiger,
Illlo; Ilitpli Howell Wnlluku; C. Stow
.irt, Kaunl: Mr nnd Mrs V. 11 Aus
tin Ktockto'i Cal: Mr nnd Mrs. Tho
mis 'Weir Salt I.nko City; Otto Con
rail, Dusseldcif, Dcrmnny.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, March 22,
Mr 13. I, Poole, Ensenada do Morn
Cuba; 11. Pearson Ilnblnson, Hull, Sng.
Mont'ay, March 21.
I' 1). Mcn.ic'icrn En a; Otto Con-
fl Difsrljorf. Girtnany; Mrs. A. A.
Dan-mia Han rranclsro; Mrs. II. L.
Mo iN, l.in Angeles Cil
Sunday. M-re 50.
Mr nnd Mrs. C D. Chrlstoplierson,
Kihul.u, I) I), Gregory,
If j oil want n robber stamp see the
Hawaiian Nuws Co, Ltd. Alex. Young
building, who make tho best rubber
Tho. Owl cigar is a strlctlv hand-
mado cigar, madu In tho aimo way
tl'nt n flgar Is mado In Cuba This
Insures a fcvo and perfect burn.
vvmii it is n question of tlmo one
always turns to the wireless, that
mnkes communication Instantaneous.
On Sundays tho office Is open from 8
until 10 In tho morning.
Beforo deciding on any roofing for
nny purport ask I.eucrs S. Cooke
Ltd., 177 S, King street, for a frfco
book on Htibcrold, the roofing that
has stood tho test of svcntcen jears.
Tho business man Is neglecting his
club In favor of the Criterion, whero
ho gets his drinks scned moro to his
satisfaction. Diop In at tho Criterion
nt noon or after business and meet
If you nro going Into tho fight for
financial success jnti will find tho best
training quarters In tho Saving Depart
ment of the Bank Of Hawaii, Ltd., and
all that Is necessary Is a regular Mslt
ovcry pty day.
Special salo of Easter ribbons nt
Sachs' Dry Ooocft Co. Largo nnlfig4
can bo effected on plnlds f-trlK?s nnd
dresdens. Snlo begins Thursday morn
Ing. There will also be a uteclal sale
of 16 button silk glncs '
Ilecaupo a man can pound on nn
anvil Is no reason that he cm shoe n
horso properly. Tho V. W. Wright
Co. Ltd, employ only skilled farriers
who hao n thorougli knoulcdgo of the
hoof and Its dlscasnli.
The Tashlon Saloon, In Its new
homo on Hotel street, Is ono of tho
most uptndnto birr, to bo found nny.
where. Patrons aro assured of cour
teous treatment and only tho very
best brands of liquors.
It Is true economy lo order jour
wood and coal from tho Honolulu Con
struction & Drnlng Co.. Ltd.. who
hnndlo only tho highest quality of
fuel. OfncoQucen street next to the
Inter-Island Co.'s office. Phono 281.
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED Japan
cso wcro Included In tho miniber of
passengers who left the, port this
morning for the Orient by tho T. K.
K. S. S. Tenjo Mnru. The liner sailed
for Japin orts nnd Hongkong at ten
o'clock nmld tho melody producod by
tho Hawaiian band., Tho cssi'l cir
rled thirty-fit o passengers from this
For This R
BOYS, WASHABLE SUITS 2Vs to 8 'years sizes; best
make ,$1.50 to $3.50 aiSuit
XADHS' KID QI0VES Two-clasp; in White, Black,
and Tan '. $1.25 Pair
LADIES' SKIRTS Full-pleated, well-tailored Skirts;
alii lengths and waist-bands; in Worsteds, Eerires,
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 bf the makers...
$1.80' to $4 Each
EACH A MIGHTY BIG VALUE SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Fort .Street, oppneathplic7ChurcH.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The valae of the claiiifled ad ii
that it carries a real menage to the
reader. It specifies something that
the reader is interested ia learning
and for thii'reaion the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To get immediate returns ia
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
t.Ioi-,. r.ni n tinvn lii,,i
Call on Mlko Paton at the Encore
Saloon (or t draft ot Fresh butter
Oo to tho Fashion Saloon when you
want u delicious cold drink, made
Tlmo spent at the Fashion Saloon fs
time pleasantly spottti This place Is
sometimes known as the Two Jscrs
Gun Kco Jung, a Korean, who Is
charged with nssault and bnttorV, Was
sent oer for trial on Monday next, at
the poltco court.
! a jjck llltrts nt tho Kentucky
3Uoon when ou want liquid refresh
ment. You will get gooi goods and
courteous trnatmcnl there.
Oct your soda water from the Arc
tic Soda Water Works Co. 12G3 Mil
ler strccL-tclephone SS7, Distilled wat
er dclUcrod to offices or dwellings.
Mrs. C, L. Dlckerson for up to date
millinery nt loasouablo prices. The
only ono that does accordoon pleating
In Honolulu. Green stamps, too, for
President Doirborn of the Aroerl-
can-HnWallan Steamship lino will
make an address at tho Chntnber of
Commerce tomorrow afternoon ot
Mcrceda Puerta nnd. Carmen,, tno
PQIIO nienns who had -become-Involved
In a scrap, had their cases sent over
till Thursday at tho police court this
American Steam laundry does deli
cate fabrics hy hand. Dry (jlcanlng
ladles' dresses, Clothes cleaned and
prcsied. Work advertises llself. Auto
dclhcry. Thono 503.
The long drawn out libel suit In
which Dr. Leo Is proceeding against
the Chinese nenspaper, was onco moro
sent oc to a futura date nt tho po
lice court this morning.
S. E. Lucas tho optician returned
today from Kauai where ho has been
for tho past two weeks on a profes
sional visit. He can now be found at
his former Honolulu location.
Louis K Kn no. nn ntlendnnt at thn
county morgue was granted a two
w euks' acallon through an action tak
en by tho board of supervisors Thore
will be no stoppage of n'av for Kane.
Tho second of thn courc of lec
tures on the Development of tho Eng
lish Novel will lo lio'd tomorrow tt
4 p. m. at tho residence of Mls Mar
garet Hopper corner Kea-turaoJtu'atirt
Hciiln streets. Subject, "Tho Eight
eenth Century Rctllsts," These lec
tures are open to tho ptjbltc.
' IS MlW VISIBLE
Tho followlng-tablo sh'ows tho, tourists took advantage of tho op-
hours nnd tho dales, at which tho portun ty of vis "nf , h c """: Je
southernmost star' of the Southern,c"l,nrlal 5an,J was 1,rs?nt at U1B. 1de
nnrtitrc nnil Tntlntn ttnpil tnft ilpnftrtlnff
CroFs I, visible from this city. These
were compiled by Prof. J. W. Oil
more, president ot the College ot
When the constellation rises over
the sea, tno wholo q It will bo visl-
Drtly after the rising' discharge a shipment of ten thousand niBh -. CnrrlaKe" has but recently
verv nhortlv liefon. ths cases of pctro eum and then proceed l"1Bnop8,',n,T . receniu
. L-. !n.n" t!i, 1 t0 Prt ""t""-' there to leave a largo .PPeareiI In book form nnd Is con
;s given- In -the tables. ty of mator,a, for tho ncw navlU sldercd one ot the hltiTof the day.
oio very Bnoriiy aiier me rising
times, and V(
Over mountains, It will rise a little
later, at.d set a little earlior than
tho times glvon.
Rises On Meridian Sets
p. m. p. m. a. m.
April 1... 9:00 11:45 2:30
April 15... 8:05 10:50 1:35
May 1.... 7:05 9:50 0:35
May 15.... 6:05 8:50 11:35
June 1 7:15 10:30
Juno 15 0:50 9:35
July 1 8:35
July 15 7:40
Tho average man Insists that the
wouldn't do an thing moan, yet there
Is a lat ot petty meanness In the
When you want to be SURE to have, your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
THE MATSON liner wliholmlna Is
duo to arrive from Hllo tomorrow with
about five hundred tons of n"n"ril
cargo taken on at tho Hawaii poit. It
Is expected that between twclwj and
fifteen saloon passengers will om
bark on tho Wllhclmlna for San Fnn
Cisco hy the way ot Honolulu. As the
Wllhclmlna does not touch at the
whnrf at Hllo II Is alalmcd that thorn
will he no trouble arising from deten
tion throuph miarailtltie. Tim vessel
Will sail for Ban Fanclsco nt 10
O'clock on Saturday morning taking
a total of flvo thousand tons of cargo,
mainly made up of sugir,
A shipment i
of four thousand cases of pineapples . said Representative Humphrey of Be
will be lucludaj in the freight list. I tittle," Wash., tonight, "to tell ou
S that ho Is heart and soul -villi tho
PASSENGERS AltHIVINO nt San 'National Manufacturers Association
Francisco In tho steamer Korea, says In their fight to establish nn American
the Call, reported that a few petty merchant marine"
robberies had taken placo ion tho I Mr. Humphrey was speaking as the
steamer, and that despite' the utmost ljuest of honor nt a dinner of tho asso
vigilance on the part of the ship's, off!- elation.
ccrs tho thief or thieves were not ap-1 "Our malls." ho said, "our dlplo-prehcntled-nor
the stolen proierty re- matlc correspondence, our ammunl
covered. MrsT. F. Warren from Ho- tlon and our guns nro sent to thb Phil-
nolulu, lost a costly fountain pen. Mlsi
Louise M. Irwin also from Honolulu,
lost a purse containing cash and n
Chcck. nnd later the check was picked
iun tn nn nllevwnv. . On the trio lo Ho-
U ill till rtllOJ UJ -! 11SV Its,' W aw
nolulu. Mrs. Robert J. Rurdctte. wlfo
of the famous humorist, lost a valuable Is finished It will ho almost wholly for
clock mido by Tiffany. ithc benefit of foreign nations.
a Henrj' Clews, the binker vvn hlFsed
THE KENTOCKtAN, ono of tho lat- wh?n ho proposed that America go In
est ncw'tjpe freighters being built to ,' ,jp cheapest mnret for her ships
the order of the American-Hawaiian an!j.h1r aallora.
line, was succemfully Inunched from ' M, "'e c'088 "' the spccchmaklng a
tho ards of tho Maryland StocI Com- resolution was adopted urging tho as
pany at Philadelphia at noon on last gelation to recommend to Congress
Saturday. The launching was wit- ,the-1'""?0, "f ,a,bl1.1 8lml'" ,lho
ncssca by many spectators. Tho Ken- "cei1" nlal' ,'" ntroduced In the as
tucklan Is said will prove a valuable S0".1""8 nn; advocated by Prcsldcn
addition to tho A.;H. fleet. Sho Is a To' ,roW'nf for a sufflcient posta
vessel of over eight thousand tons dead S""1!0" Babn'J
weight capacity und will for the pros-
ent at least cngago In the At'antlo
trade, her run being from New York
to the Isthmus of Tehuanteptc.
ACCORD1N3 TO advices received
at the local agency ot tho American
Hawaiian line, the freighter Georgian,
which Is now under construction at
the yards of the Marylnnd Steel Com
pany at Philadelphia, will be ready
for launching on or' about July 1st.
This vessel la of the samo type as tho
new Kentucklan and la capable of tak
inrr fht hnimati,i'trifia fton.i wrlcrht.
This vessel will augment tho Atlantlo
the American Hawaiian line.
neet or rretgni earners opcratca uy
,s. dlln'erM'aunaa't ffSKI"' M -rP-latjon ot something
-.!... -i,., i.. a.i,,. In the way o( first-class work on the
morning and thatjrefBel came
side her rcgulaf- berth and took on car
go for tho Big Iittond. The tMauna
Kca sailed for Hllo via way porta at
itoon 'today. Quite a delegation .of
J"",ure and muslc 8Ped Ttlne
THE AMERICAN bark Andrew
Welch Is discharging general enrgo
tat Oceania wharf. The vessel will bo
nauica over to me railway wnan 10
""ll" ,,....,..... w. .v., ..............
ntacim nf nntrnlitiim nnrl then nrnortpn
dock. The Wolch will leave for Pearl
Harbor-in about- a week. The wind-
jammed Is to return to San Tranijsco
mill a tun ivau ut out,"..
THR AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN lino
steamer Honbluluan. which la ncarlng
completion at the Eastern yards, b
said will be ready for launching about
the flrst of July. This vessel Is said
will have flrst class passenger accom
modation for forty-five people. JIW
newtstpsmer Is Intended solelv for tho
San Francisco-Honolulu trade arid will I
bo ready for business by tho flrst of j
WEDNESDAY, MOIININO Bhould
seo 'the arrival of 'tho Mat son chart
ered frelgbtcr'IIyaacs. This vessel Is
stoamlng from Seattle to Honolulu,
bearing a large cargo, A late wireless
report gave,-the vessel's position ns
528 miles off tho nort with clear
weather, light northeast brcezo and
smooth seas prevailing. Everything
on board reported well.
A SAN FRANCISCO report Is to tho
effect that the' Matson Navigation
steamer HllonlanJ-met' wlth-n- tidal
wave upon Hearing tho coast port hut
sustained no serious damage. The
wave came on diirlrig a calri and It" re
United in tho fall" of a seaman, who
was slightly injured.
AN EXTENDED shipment of sugar
Is going into tho i American Ilnnnllan
freighter Vlrclnlan now nt Kahu'ul.
This vessel will next proceed to Hllo
In take on additional cargo and Is
scheduled to depart from tho Hawaii
ports ror Sauna Cruz on March 25.
BTRONO NORTHWEST gales and
rough and boisterous sens hnvo ot
lato been encountered by tho -Matson
Navigation, llnor I.urllno. A wireless
statos that tho vessel was 1442 miles
off tho port on routo from Honolulu to
TH0 A.-H. 'steamer Nevadan, which
Is how en route to San'Franclsco with
a shipment of sugar and other lines ot
Hawaiian products, will return to Ho
nolulu on or about April 11, according
to latest advices received at tho local
TUB LATEST1 wireless received
from tho Oceanic stoamor Alameda
was.ta-.tbejjffect ihat tho vessel was
990.mlea off f?an Frnucleco and every
body wall 6a board.
tlTAFT DECLARES FOR
THE SHIP SUBSIDY
Tells Congressman That
He Is Heart and Soul
For Merchant Marine
New York. March 14 "President
Taft tntil n lust beta I came here."
lpplnes In Jnpancso vessels. We nrp
spending 150 000 ono - t.,---
our rivers and harbors, largely for tho
benefit of foreign suiwiui.j iiu.. ..
are spending hundreds of millions to
- .u...r -w w. -...
build tho Panama Canal nnd when It
,h"""., , 'V; , """""-"""""
B3toa.,nB,l1'" lll ,"do c0!ln,r 8. ot
f01 .,n America and tho ports of Aus.
,tr.n,la. Jal,nn' chlna tho IhllP'
If there was any dropping oft In
the stzo of the audience which greet-
ed the Mcltno combanv at their sec-
ond performance at the Opera House
iast night, it was not so you could
.The. house W03'flled to the doora,,n jj piunan" ' '
along-Ja'age was mndejmanlfest all through
the foilr acta ai "Tho Heir to the
Tonight and tomorrow night this
.., ,i,nm. ,ni i,a nivn nn.i nv.
one , ,hg clt wno mMcg geen
,t ,ose soraetnlDg mt of thelr
The program of plajs which this
company has brought here and will
-produce are considered of tho high'
cst order nn thn mainland. 'The
... inv . , . n tuB t,nnr,l in-
tn)g wei.talentcd troupe, "In the
Ono feature ot the present Opera
House season Is the fact that the
prices of admission have been kept
at a popular flguro, a condition
which has not .obtained previously
In connection with a first-class com
pany. 'This fact ls being appreci
ated by the .crowded houses so far.
OLD GLORY IS
(Special to Bulletin.)
WAlLUKU, Maul, tMar. 18. St.
Patrick's Day, March 17, which was
also Kamehameha III.'s Day (Kaul
keaoull), was ' fittingly commem
orated In Walluku Courthouse by
raising a new American flag order
ed from Honolulu by Circuit Judge,
8. B, Kingsbury. Principal C." E.
Copeland and nisi assistants lined
1 the 'several' hundred pupils of the
walluku public school In front of
the couthouse, -where they went
through the exercise ot saluting the
IJag. Tho court adjourned and tho
circuit Judge, county attorney,
county heriff,-and the various court
nnd county officials, grand 'jurors.
School Inspector C, E. King and In
dpo'.orj In general witnessed the
raUIng ot the, grand new flag.
Among tho Indies present by Bpeclal
Invitation vyere Mrs. Judge Kings
bury and Mrs. Manager Penhallow
of the Walluku 'Sugar Company.
(Special to Bulletin.)
WAlLUKU, Maul, Mar. 18.
School Inspector Chas. E. King has
been inspecting schools In Lahalna
district this week. He will leave
tomorrow morning on the Claudlne
tor liana district, and expects to be
back next Wednesday morning. He
will assist In the Easter music ot
both tho Kauhumamt C. E. nnd the
Union churih evening sorvlce on
'KAUAI, SUOAR awaiting shlpmont
includes the following .'consignments:
K. S. M., 2950; M. A. Ki 8S3;(VIC,
2000; McB., 6570; M. S. Co . 17.000;
K. P.. 92i h. P.. 682i V. M , 7iQ0,
2 i. jiri
MnnitaV. March 21.
San Francisco Teno Maru, T. K.
K. B. S , 2 p. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, March 23.
Seattle and Tacoma llyndcs, M. N.
Pugct Sound ports Moxlcan, A.-ll.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 24.
Hnwall nnd Maul ports Claudlno
Friday, March 25.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia,
P. M. S. S.
Saturday, March 26.
Hllo arid way ports Mauna Ken.
Sunday, March 27.
Kauai ports Kluau, stmr., a. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., a. m.
Tuesday, March 29,
Australian ports Marama, C.-A.
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai ports W. O.'Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 31.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne
Per Am. Bk. Andrew Welch from
San Francisco Mrs. D. Ancona P.
Donnelly, A. O. McManus, O. B. liar-
rls.iMrsM. T. stmonton uicnaru
Stmonton, Mrs. II. L. Morris.
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall from Kauit
ports H.'Schultz, Mrs. II. Isenberg
MIbs Dutot. 0. Hofgaard. S. E. Lucas,
W. D. Crowcll, Mrs, M. W.Relgan, C.
R. Lemon, J. Honan.
- , .'- 4
I PAS8ENQERS BOOKED )
Per O. S. S. Sierra for 8an FranciB'
co. Anrll 6. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. O. Young,
Mrs. E. Kurtx Mr. nnd Mrs. T. WolrJ
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Perrlne. Mrs. A.
Thompson. Mr. and Mrs W. T. Lucas
Miss B. Carra,Mrs. E. C. Carra Miss
Abrams, Mrs. Frledlander, Mrs. Do
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cohn. Mrs.
V. E. Colllhs, Mrs. A. Sullivan Dr. and
Mrs. Stovln, Mr. nnd Mrs. i. u. Jaso
'Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bell Mrs. O. Tog
gart. Mrs. Knox. Mrs. Poxley, Mrs. C.
I A. BlslBdell, Miss nialsdcll. Miss A.
Gallon, Mr. and Mrs. A. Waldron. 8.v
Irah O. Boggs Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rose,
Mrs A. Klemme. Mrs I. Innes. A. Lan
'T. H. Peck, M. II, Weinberg" Mrs. J.
" 4-1" " "" '; """"
Mrs. F. E. Dennis. Mrs. E. B. 8pen-
MA Mm f tf ftta-lrA M W Dnlmin
I TRANSPORT SERVICE.
Honolulu for Manila
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila
Thomas, arrived San Francisco from
Manila, March 1G.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for Ho
nolulu, March 14,
Malls are rue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Siberia, March 25.
San Francisco Per Korea, March 28.
Colonies Per Marama, March 29.
Vancouver Pec Malta), April 2.
i Malls will depart for the follnwloi
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Siberia, March 25.
Yokohama Per Tcnyo Maru, March
Vancouver Per Marama, March 29.
Colonies Per Maltal, April 2.
IN FOREION PORT
Monday, March 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 19: S.
S. Mlssourlan. for Sound.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 19: S.
8. Hllonlan, for Sound.
' THI8 KVENING about ten o'clock
should see the arrival of the Matson
Navigation freighter Hyades according
to a wireless which has been received
through tho agency ot Castle and
Cooke. Tho vessel Is coming down
from Seattle and It Is understood Is
bringing a large general cargo and
-' ' IB '
TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included tho
Inter-Island BtoamerW, 0. Hall from
Kauai ports with a shipment of 5500
sacks sugar and 55 packages sundries.
Tho vessel met' with consldorablo
rough weather on the Inward trip.
Tho steamer Keaubon was reported as
loading sugar at .Walmea yesterday.
..THE GERMAN auxiliary ship R. C.
Rlckmers, now nt San Francisco from
Eurppe, Is reputed to be (he largost
milling vessel In the "world, "having
flvo masts, with n snread of 5G.O0O
square feet of sail ami a cargo capacity
oi buuu ions ucaj wcignt.
1NTER.ISLAND steamer Noo
au from Kuual, parts r as arrived with
a few packages of,Bundrles and 26 head
ot cottlo. The ship's officers report
the weather too rough to load Bugar
at the Kauai ports.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The following affect, the List of
t , u )l' y Ii i Pl,5marl", 1rni
n.Bin.iuuoo ouumaiuci, iu, page
1 1 :
Oahu, southerly sldo," Pearl Har-
bor Tripod Reef Buoy'7, temporar -
uy removed March 21, ponding
dredg.bg operations In the vicinity.
will be replaced as soon as practl-
9nn Francisco Nippon Mam, Jnp
Tuesday, March 22
Kona and Kau ports, Mauna Loi,
Hongkong via Japan , ports Tomo
Maru, Jap , atmr., 10 a. m.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Ken
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Tuesday, March 22.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahals
stmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, rvurcn z-.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, Btmr
Friday, March 25.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S S
Mauna and Hawaii ports Clou lino
Saturday, March 26.
San Francisco Wllholmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 28.
Hongkong and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. S. S. "
Knual ports Nocau, stmr.
Tuesday, March 29.
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. S. S. '
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Molokal nud Maul ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Thursday, March 31
r Kauai ports W. O. Hall,, atmr.
PAMINQEM DEPARTED '
Per T. K. K. S. 8. Tenyo Mara,
for Japan ports and Hongkong.
Miss F. Dennett, Mrs. J. S. Illlss,
Mrs. A.-0. Bradley, Mrs. J. C.
Broadwater; Mrs. J. T; Brooks. Mis
J. T. Brooks, Mrs. J. P. Burton, Miss
C. Burton, W. J. CollinsMrs. W.
J, Collins, Miss May Collins, II. W.
Davidson, Mrs. II. W. Davidson, Miss
K. ritcn. Prof. N. P. Heffley, Miss
Norma Heffley, A. Held, Capt. E.
HJortsberg, J. J. Hoyt, Mrs. J. J.
Hoyt, Chas. B. Hoyt, L. Maynard,
Q, Montague, Mrs. O. Montague,
Mrs. M. M. Newell and maids, Geo.
W. Odell, Mrs:, Geo. W. Odell, Miss
Odell, Mrs. A. W. Pope, Frank 81os
son; Mrs. D. 3. Smith, Miss P. Smith,
Mrs. JjW. Vail.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hllo and
way ports. March 22. Edward Ho,
Mine FIcmmlng. Mrs. L.8. Turner,
Miss E. A. Stone. Miss Mccormick,
Mr. Mccormick,, J M. Dowsdtt, A. J.
Aram7'E. O.'Clark .A. E. -Jordan. Mrs.
J. picment. Mrs.D.,U Bwxk, Mrs. E.
t'ooje ur, E.mnia i.,mvihiuib, rnrn. v
WiKlrkaldy, Chas. Branham, Mrs'. D.
H.'Caso, M. Robinson, T. Hi Peck. L.
Watson. T. P. W.,CIray, H. O. Wil
bur, Mrs. Wilbur. Mrs. A F. Knox,
Miss F. E. Dennis, II. S. LUie. Mrs.
Thos. Cooke F. D. Bovarrd Blsh, E.
II. Hughes, Mrs. A. r. Knox, A. M.
Pen Btmr. Mauna I.oa. for Kona and
Kau ports, March 22. M. C. De Mel
lo, Mrs. Do Mcllo. Mrs. C. W. Bccbe,
Mrs. La Plcrro, T. C. Davlos, 1 I
Oreenwcll, Mrs. Qrccnwoll, J. Green
well. J. A. Magoon, Mrs. Magoon, Mrs.
E. C. Grecnwell.
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlna, for
San Francisco, ,Mar, 24. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Bowen, Rev, C. Mi Pond,
Mrs. Pond, Miss Lulu Law, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Smith, Miss N. Lloyd, J.
Beane, Mrs. Cox, M, H, Weinberg,
D. h. Wlthlngton, Mrs. J.- A. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. MyeTa, J. M, Am
brose, Mr. Barnett, Miss Barnett,
Mary Barnett, C. F, Murray, Miss
Ella Murray, Mrs. II. Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Austin, Miss Irene
Blackman, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wake
field, L. W. Moody, Miss M. G la
dings, Miss M. Jledden, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Mlsa R. Baxter,
J. H. Casey, W. Walker, T. E. Mar
lln, W. W. 'Bruner, Mr. . J. M.
Browne, J. B. Castle, Geo. Derlgo,
Miss E. M. Anderson, M. E. Sliva,
Oscar Edlhard, Miss E. Rouse, N, I.
White, Mary Vanderberg, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Rase, Mrs. M. F. Sj(Ut.
Miss M. Anderson, A, D. Larntch,
Mrs; G. I, Welbourne, H. S." Bteele,
Mrs. Steele, L. C. Abies, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Lucas, Miss A. M. Diets,
Dr. Maxwell, Mr, and Mrs. C. Y.
Hastings, Mrs, Mary E. Walker, J.
F. Moore, Mrs. A. Blatt, Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Bacon, Mr. Creelman,
Mrs. J; G. Carey, N. B. Young, B.
Wiley, N. S. Sachs, Mrs. M. J.
Sloan, Miss Sloan, W. P. Roth, Geo.
II, Robertton, Dr. W. H. Plainer,
Miss Catherine Paris, J. F, Stafford,
C, ,11. Dickey, Miss A. Klemme, J.
Grubo, Mrs. Orube, Dr. F.'J. Van
Kirk, Dr, W. D. Klrkpatrlck, Mia
Frledlander, Miss.' Abrams, A. L.
Jessup, Miss Anna Gallon, Mrs. C.
A, Pratt, Mrs. L M. De Wolfe, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Pbolan. J. II, Joyne,
Mlsa W Dickson Mrs. Thos. J. Qulnu,
Miss Ruth Qulnn, 'Mlsa Mildred
Qulnn, Miss Margery Qulnn.
Per atmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports
March 22. J. K. Farley,, 'ArMcRo do
P. K. Palarha, D. ,B. ,Murdock H. D
Wlshard, Miss H.W. Nordmeyer, E
vt ttR". Claudlne.. for Maul an!
Hawaii rorts, March Z5 Mrs.'PiertJ,
O W, Peary.Mrs. Peary,. Mrs. Mur
rby, M. Hall,.M.,Bonton.
'J!?lk.al Prts. March 22. Miss Cock
jor auiir, miKaonia, for juum an i
'"p "': mr w n ilall for Kauai
tm- BULLITIN ADS PAY, 'jm