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VmnNO-BniiiKTIH. HONOliUt.Tj. T H., THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1910.
Leahl Chapter No. 2-negular
Nuuanu Chapter Roie Crols-
Maundy Thursday Ceremonies.
Caster Ceremonies Sunday,
March 2t, 10 a. m.
All visiting intuibera of tne
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting-) of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 S. M.
MAHINt tlUJIrlttHV otbfr Alio
BENEFICIAL ASSS1ATI0H. ciationt cor
........ .MttieSB WUUkl w
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i Meets every Monday evening at
J-30 lu I. O. O. P. Hall, fort Street.
ii E. It. HENDltY, Becretary.
1 H. E. MCCOY, Noble Grand.
', IAU visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mat. dvitr first and third Frt-
lav evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall, Baggage placed with us Is propeny, at
'.y!!T.f "J ,n.,.,nntn Visiting tended -to City Transfer Co. (Jas. H.
zuruur ui -. a
pothers cordially Invited to nttend
VM. JONES, a C. r i
O. P. HEINE, K. R- B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P, 0. J5.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, 0". E3JCT
AT.ks, meets in their nail, on King
filreet, near Fort, every rrinny eveu.
lag. Visiting Brothen are cordially
Invited to attend.
B. A. DOUTHITT, B. K.
H. O. EABTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TB1BE. No. 1. 1. 0. B. H,
Meets every flrst and third Thura
la nt onch month at Knlghta ot
Pytblas Hall. Visiting nrothera cor-
Ullr Invited to attend.
P. HiaaiNS, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, O, of B.
J 10N0LULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. ,2.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
HfiSDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglea are Invited to at
W. IT. RILEY, W. P.
' WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
, Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8.K.ofP.
" Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
vening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Port and lleretanla. Visit
lug brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A". TAYLOR, O. C.
L A. JACOPSON. K. R. S.
IT . you will
travel in style and
comfort. Ever notice
how many (ravelins men wear
Regal Shoes 7 Because they've
found that Regals look bett.f
eaiieit and last longeit. That
is why '
are the Wit footwear
for iou, So, drop into
our itoie (or a p!r
Regal Shoe Store
KINO AND BETHEL""
oULLETIti AB PAX '
WE HAVE WITH U$
AT THE YOUNG.
r.l,u M,.!. 9A
.Mr, nnd Mrs Cecil II tlncon, Seat-1
, K. A, Pick Commander (Btarf, linn rcturniM to IiIh duties ofter
ItuKer Welles, New York'a BK 0f sickness.
Wednesday, March Z3.
Mr nnd .Mrs John A. Scott, llllo;
It C. Taft, Oakland, Cal ; J. P. Carl
ston. Oakland, Cnl., .1. W. Havens,
Oakland, Cal.i Mm. E. N. Engclhnrdt,
Oakland, Cal ; Miss Mary Engelhardt,
Oakland, Cal ; .Miss C. FrnncK, Oak
land, Cal.: Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Par
sons, llerkeley, Cnl ; Dr. nnd Mrs. F.
V Taj lor. Hawaii: It. E. Peters,
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, March 24,
D. I). Uiegury 11 K. Peters. Can
Tuesday, March 22.
Mm. E. I.. Poole Enacnnda de Mora
Cuba; H. Pearson Robinson, Hull, Sng.
Horses for hire, caddie and driving
rigs of nil kinds. 1128 Kort street.
Tel, 109 Club Stables. (
Captain Saunders was master of tho
Manchuria nt the ttmo the big steam
ship went nBhore off Wulmnnnlo some
threo yenrs ago.
Wllhelmlna and Siberia passengers!
Loe) phono lo0
. Snntlb' wno hns ,)CC11 ln
Charge of the bridge of the Korea for
rome -tlmo past In said will remain
puKorfl one round trip owing to the
serious lllnesa of his wife.
"Thcdlllclous Nlcolle Ollvo Oil can
noyt- be obtained of jour grocer In
,-H'or 1 gallon tins. You will find
this olive oil superior to any you lfave
You can get more genuine comfort
nnd satisfaction from the wide too
Educator Shoe than. (torn any shoe on
the market. For Balovat $4 a pair by
the Manufacturers' Shoe Co , 1D51 Port
There will be service and celebra
tlon of tho Holy Communion nt half
past seven tomorrow, flood Friday,
evening nt the Ocrman Lutheran
Church on Deretanla street. V. Fel
".The,; exhibition of hats personally
selected , by Mrs. Dunn during her re
cent trlpeast" Is being ery favorably
feuDtnchted on by the ladles of Hono
lulu. Then) are some Paris models
that are really wonderful In their
Captain Saunders, who will bo re
membered by tho local traveling public
and shipping community as having for
n number or eam commanded tne
Pacific Mall liner Manchuria and later-
was transferred to tho steamer
Pennsylvania now operating on the
Central American1 route, Is understood
will bring out the liner Korea on her
present voyngo to the orient. '
CROCKETT March 24, 1910, to Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Crockett, a son,
Railroad bill will' be amended by
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT fa guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
JMecding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
i. daya or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U.S. of A.
For This WeeR
BOYS, WASHABLE SUITS 2$ to 8 years sixes; best
make : , . .1.50 to 13.50 a Suit
LADIES; KID GLOVES Two-clasp; in White, Black,
and Tun $1.25 Pair
LADIES' SKIHTS Full-pleated, well-tailored Skirts;
all lengths and waist-bands in Worsteds, Screes,
and Alpacas .................... i ... .$4 to $10 Each
NEW SPBINQ WAISTS Special Sale. Fancy Lin
gerie and Tailored Styles; snow-white and beauti
ful goods; fresh from the hands of the makers...
1.60 to $4 Each
EACH A MIGHTY BIO VALUE SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Kort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The' value of' the elaAlfled 'ad Is
that it carries a real menage to the
reader. It ipeclflei something that
the reader it interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising it instantane
ous. To get immediate returns in
Hawaii use tne an net in.
Telephone 503 to bavo Laundry
called for nnd delivered quick.
Call on Mlko l'aton at tho Encore
Saloon for n draft of Fresh butter
It. II. Booth, of Fred. I. Waldron's
Time spent nt tho Kasnlon saloon is
time pleasantly spent. This place li
sometimes known as the Two Joes
Paul Dlmond, one of the auto speed
men. had IiIh ense sent over till "iiie-
day next nt the iwllce court this morn
K Kubo, who I charged with prac
ticing dentistry without n licence hnd
his cnFo sent oer till Monday next
nt the polce court.
. iaii u. ik.iuvits at tho Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
mtut. You will gel good goods and
courteous treitmenl there.
Hire's Hoot Ileer Is n good tonic nnd
one of the most pleasant drlnki on
thotninrket. Order a cam from Con
Milldatcd Soda Works. Phone 71.
Get lour soda walor from the Arc
tic Soda'Wator Works Co. 1263 Mil
ler street, telephone S57. Distilled wat
er delivered to offices or dwellings.
.Mrs. u. i.. uicKPrson lor-up-iouaio
millinery ' nt ressnnobla prices. The
only one that docs accordeon pleating
In Honolulu. Green stamps, too, ror
American Steam Laundry does deli
cattf fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles drosses. Clothes cleaned and
pressed. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phone COS.
P. Anderson, J. Snoll.and T. ourien.
three festive drunks, were run In Inst
night and this morning tho first nnni
ed wns fined $3 ,tho second forfeited
his hall, and the third got threo
months board nt Arch's hoiei
On Raster Sunday morning tho St.
I.ouls Alumni quartet, composed of
Dr. Cowes, Henry M. Clark, W. L.
Welshinnd William Kerr, will Blng at
St. Augustine Chapel, Walklkl, at nlno
o'clock; Sonny Cunhn will officiate at
Lester Potrle has quite recovcrel
from the severe accident he met with
down nt the O. It. & I.. Co. shops soma
weeks ago. He has been allowed out
for several afternoons lately, and will
be discharged from tho hospital some
Tho case, against Sam Kanela, who
ran down A. H. Smith with an auto
nioblle somo time ago. wns again sent
over till a future date at the police
court, this morning: April 5 was tho
dny set, and It Is thought that Smith
will bo able to testify by that time.
TlllrlcerrbOia who naye earned suf
ficient "credits" at tho Reform School,
will lie discharged on parole within a
few d'tys; tho lads have behaved them
rr.ii an so well during their term nt tho
school, that they will bo allowed to
i?u Inline some years before they at
join their majority.
Invitations ore out foe tho Japancso
Athletic Club's dinner which Is to be
given on next Sunday night at the
Not ley hall. Tho spread is to cele
brato the victory of tho .1. A. C.'s In
tho Onhu baseball series; tho cham
pions will entertain their friends In
style nnd n good time Is anticipated
THETIS BACK EMPTY HANDED.
'Continued from Page 1)
rounded out 'n short 'but very tem
pestuous cruise The vessel did i.ot
attempt to continue tho voytrge to
Lyslanaky or the jotber Islands, ow
ing mainly to the condition of the
weather. It is believed that tho Jap-
oneso rescue schooner which wns un
derstood would call tor the 'poachers
had not been permitted to anil from
Jnpan owing to a timely warning
having been sent out from Interested
parties at Honolulu.
At any rate, If such a vessel Ib at
present In Ilnwullan waters, she is
keeping pretty well out ot sight of
the Federal authorities.
sw sninrTiM ana sv .
i- . i
H H H4M - I
IlI'lL. I '
passengers t We personally attend to
baggage entrusted to ,us. .
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. I0VE.
THE STEAMHIt Clandlne arrived nir
quarantine enrly this morning and as
the cssel brought neither cargo or
pabsengcrs from llllo, the steamer
vat detained hut n short time by tho
Federal authorities. The Clandlne
brought passengers nnd freight from a
number of Mnul ports nnd her enrgo
Included 2S1C sacks sugar G4 sacks
corn, 179 packages sundries nnd on because permission wns given for the
deck 29 hngi. Sixty-three deck pas- naturalisation of two equally good for
sengers nrrlved In nddltlnn to n Urge elgn built ships. Offers have been re
number ln the saloon. Purser Klbllng peatedly mndo to build oilier ships In
ipports rough weather with strong
noitlieast winds and choppy sens In
Crossing the channel.
Tti could be put under the ting, but the
IT IS THE INTENTION to dls- law prohibits any such encourage-
patch theptatson Navigation Com- ' to our shipyards. In February,
ii.... ii.., I.. . Wni,,,i,,i 1906, n pamphlet was )illjlied by
.any freighter iljndes for Knhulnl San;He, j',,,,, of n wcj, knovtnshlp
this evening. The vessel has about ,)rokcr geUlng forth ,he ,,, ,hat
liulshed the discharge of her genorul W0Ud be done the vessel owning In
enrgo brought down from Puget dustry by the enactment of nn amend
Sound. The steamer will ho sup- ment to Section 4136 It. S. restricting
piled with about five thousand ton naturalised and rebuilt wrocks from
of sugar between Honolulu nnd Kn- participation In tho coastwise trade.
hulul. nnd Is scheduled to sail from ";, ""L"C "b""1 a?ll n !! ,m 'JfLS
,, ,, , ., . ,, , , , h Portion that every forclgn-biult vessel
the Maul port on. Mnrch 30 for San h(t ,R yw ,he'prye of cnRa8nB
mv..w. m our domestic trade tnercrore uenies
s to our shipbuilders the contract for
A FULL SHIPMENT of sugar wlll'tt,ncw vessel." He quoted the report
go Into the American ship W. P. Frye. ' h Commlss oner of Navigation for
which Is now loading nt Kahnlul. This 903 '" "' ',0M ",0'ea 'Sj1 (rm
esfel, is destined for Delaware Break- n,enJber ". ,852.. V J,lme, 30;. "4'
water and may get awny within the :3,!-05 Kro ton of foreign-built ship
next ten ilavs nrovlded her suuar Is M"B had been admitted to American
piomptly forthcoming. The schooner
Admiral Is still anchored off Knhnlill.
where n shipment of fertiliser Is being
There Is room for thirty saloon pas-
sengers on the Pacific Mnll Intermed-
Into steamer China which Is duo to ar
rive from Hongkong by the way of
Japanese porta on. April 2. This ves-
vcl will leave about one hundred tons
of freight at Honolulu. The China will
bo alven a nromnt dlsnatch for San
Francisco through the agency of II. "Mitlng mips have come and gone
Hackfeld & Co since them. Her Iron construction wns
' ik, n novelty In navnl work, but for years
qpvPMTVi'M nwn wi.r tnlcnn nf!crwnrds the United States con
SEENTfc.L,N D,US were taken Unll(.(, t0 ullU(,i woodon ,,, for tg
by the American schooner . 11. 01- navy nci,'ing the famous Kearsargo,
sen on the voyagejielwecn Honolulu utitch was built twenty years after,
m.d drajs Harbo. The schooner Even the Constitution, a wooden ship
Milled from here on March 5, after that shares the honors of tho old sail
linUng dlBchargeil'.a fuil shipment Ing vessels of tho navy wlth'Old Iron
of lumber. T'' ' ' sides, did not come until 18S4. The
i ! material for the ship was dragged
....... .,.., i. .'.. .. . across the mountains from Pittsburg
KAUAI BUOAH awaiting shipment to Lake Erie nn Infinitely harder task
Includes the following consignments, than It would be now to transport
accoidlng to the officers of tho steam- onough material for a navy of groat
H . ..r'.i ..' 7? . ,7
Mttk?Pi, J!'o.8: S- U: "'
M.. 8354: P. 10,582; K. P., 10,190; M,
SI CO., 118,000. , t '
SUOAIt TO tho amount of 2000
sacks has nrrlved from Kauai ports by
the Inter-Island steamer Keauhon.
This vessel brought a few packages
of sundries and the officers report
meeting rough weather In crossing the
AFTER A VOYAOE of eight days,
the Matsou Navigation steamer Lur
line hag arrived at San Francisco.
ine Mirune mei witn some M'ry
rougu anu unpieasum weamer us sne
neared tne California coast.
ACCORDING TO a Merchants' Ex
change report, the Pacific Mall S. 8.
China, with Orlentnl cargo and In
termediate passengers, has nulled
from Yokohama for 3an Francisco
by way ot Honolulu.
FROM SEATTLE comes the report
that the Amerlcfen-Hawallan freight
er Mlssourlaq bus arrived; from San
Francisco. This Yes,el ', pn route
to Honolulu, nud Is said to bring a
li-rga general cargo. I
SQUALLY WEATHER wth mod
erate breeze Is tho report which
comes from the Pacific Mnll liner
Korea, now en route from San Fran
cisco und due to arrive here on Mon
THE iNTER-lSLANl) Meamcr Iwa
Ian) was quickly passed at quarantine
this morning and proceeded to her
wharf to discharge Hawaii freight and
a shipment of 34 head of cattle, The
Ivvatuni brought 4910 sackB of sugar.
THE LAST wireless report received
from tho' Pacific Mall liner Korea gave
her position as 1640 miles oft the port,
Tho vessel Is expected ,to arrive from
San FraticlHCU on Monday morning.
PURSER, STONE of tho steamer
lwalanl renortH that 4000 sacks of sug
ar yet remain nt Huuuapo awaiting
shipment to Honolulu.
THE ARRIVAL of the steamer
Alameda is reported nt San Fran
Malls are rue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Siberia, March 25.
San Fraudsc'o Per Koiea, March 28.
Colonies Per Marama. March 29.
Vancouver Per Malta), April 2.
Malls will depart for the following
poluts as follows:
San Francisco Per Siberia, March 25
Yokohama Korea, March 28.
Vancouver Por Marama, March 29.
Coloules Per Maltal, April 2,
the checking and scaling of oil
" AHKItlCAN 8HIP11UILD1NO Is at
the lowest ebb since lt6, .(, ...
Secretary of Commerce and Lshilr, yet
the means that would have readily
built It up have been deliberately neg'
lccted by Congress. Una needs only
In look nt the steamors St, I.ouls nnd
St. Paul for two examples of tho iro-
duct of American shipyards created
American yards on the same principle
if rurplgn-millt stenmers or equal
'clnss and tnnhagn now doing tho trade
JS5l"i!?r nMf ,lw" Kf"0' ncJ and
"-1,i3 rc" ,nn nil' BPecl"l
THE UNITED STATES man of-war
?."r'h!5'm . although Mill In service on
"' "r "-axo" tne oldest iron
""". "' '"" "";'" "H",B r p" ,"""'
"" '"" "" w '.no in io, ui-
niosi o-. ears ngo ane vvns a me ernn
wnp,n trlessona Monitor throw nil the
""'" '" ,,,B , r,u """ W,H J1". l"le;
nnd mnny and many n generation of
Mlll. The plates and angles
'ars nnd beams, bolts and rivets, forg
Inks1 nnd castings, were all made
THE VESSELS of the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company carried
last, year 102,993 passengers as
against 114,310 for the twelve
months ending December 14, 1903,
according to the annual report of
the company. This hows an in
crease of aver 33 per cont. In the
volume ot passenger business. Of
this number 19,102 were carried on
, n,e company's
fmm seuttlo (
bath those on the Southeastern
Alaska run and the veuseU from Se
attle to Norton Sound, The freight
carried on nil the lines operated by
the company aggregated GG3.26U
tons last year, as against 535,710
tons In 1908. Of this amount the
Alaska business, again Including
both the Norton-.Soui.d' and South
eastern Alaska carriers, totaled 91,-
92C tons us against 77,984 tons in
the year 1908.
IT IS UNOFFICIALLY announced
that the Hamburg-American Steam
ship Company Intends to give a con
tract iu me vuiian ooipouuuing
Company for constructing a trans
atlantic steamer displacing' from
45,000 to 50,000 tons. The steam
er is designed to be 800' feet In
length, with it speed of twenty-one
knots an hour. '
THE 'battleship Virginia, main
tained an average speed of 19.54
knots an' hour In n four-hour trial
which Rear-Admiral Schroeder put
her through off Gunntanamo, Cuba,
recently. ThlSj Is better than, the
speed attali.ed during the official
Sergeant iluny of the National
Guards, has telephoned from Qimran-
uno island to the enect thut If the
New Orleans baseball nine 'want a
game next. Sunday afternoon they can
bo accommodated by Dairy's Iieauts.
The sergeant can bo got on tho phone
by ringing up 550 Guard House. ' '
On behalf of his team Uarry hereby
issues a challenge to the nine from
tho warship and chould the match be
arrang0ii.lt can bo played nt tho I-ta-guo
grounds on Sunday afteruoou. If
this Is tmtiufactory to tho manager of
the Jucklcs, a messugu to Sergeant
Dairy ctHliu N. G. II. would r'urli the
San Jose business men devoted
$30,000 to the expenses of an avia
' . ARRIVED j VESSELS TO PEPART
Thursday. March 24.
Laysan Island nnd cruise Thetis,
U, S. rovenue cutter, n. in.
8an Francisco Now Orleans, U. S.
8., n. nt.
Hawaii and' Maul portB Clandlne,
Ettnr., a, m,
Hawaii ports Iwnlnnl, tdmr., n. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, March 25.
Hongkong via Jnpan ports Siberia,
P. M. S, S.
Saturday, March 26.
llllo and wny portB Manna Ken,
- Sunday, March 27.
Knual ports Klnnu, Btmr., a. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlknhala,
stmr., a. m.
Tuesday, March 29,
Australian i ortB Marnma. C.-A.
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai portB W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 31.
Hawaii and Maul ports Clnudlne
Friday, April 1.
Snn Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 2.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports China,
P. M 8. S,
Victoria Maltal, C.-A. 8. 8.
Monday, April 4.
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U.
8. A. T. ,
Tuesday, April S.
8allnn Cruz, San Francisco, Seattle
Missourlan, A.-II. 8. S. ,
Wednesday, April 6,
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. 8. 8.
Friday, April B.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, April 11.
Snn Francisco Nippon Mam, T, K.
K. S. S.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Novation, A.-H. 8. 8.
Friday, April 15.
Hongkong nnd Jnpan ports Chi jo
Mnru. T. K. K. 8. 8.
Sunday, April 17.
Sallna Cru San Francisco, Seattle
Columbian, A.-H. S. S.
Monday, April 18.
Snn Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. 8.
Tuesday, April 19.
San Francisco Wllhelmlnn, M. N.
Friday, April 22.
Snn Francisco Sierra, O. 8. S.
1 Per stmr. Clandlne from Maul ports.
March 24. J. Rego M. A. Ferrelra. J.
M. Ambroso, F. S. Scudder, J. II. Mac
kenzie, Rev. O. II. Oiillck, N. Deerr,
Rev. D. Murray. C. J. Austin. Rev. H.
P. Judil. Mrs. Judd, Mrs., W. B. Ole
sen, Mrs. Olesen D. Leith IL Gor
man. Dr. J. H. Raymond, Rev. R. J.
Rurdctto, Mrs. Btirdette. A.'H. Rice,
E. .A. Peck. Mrn. Jno. Adams, Rev. M.
K. Nakufna, 8. Ozakl.
Crook, from Honolulu for . Manila
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Thomas, arrived San Francisco from
Manila, March 1C. (
Sheridan, sailed from Manila or Ho
nolulu, March 14.
: T(l lEAVE SATURDAY
At the meeting last evening at
Fort Ruger, conducted by J. P.
Moore, International traveling secre
tary of the X. M. 'c A., 110 men
were present. The speaker gave an
evangelistic nddress. During the
auernoon ne inspocted the fort and
wBjS escorted through the various
Arrangements had been mado by
Taul Supet, secretary of the local Y.
M. C. A., to have Mr. Moore go out
to P6irl Harbor yesterday to loolt
over the ground for tho establishing
of a nayy Y. M. C. A. at that post.
A launch had been arranged for, but,
somehow or other, the proper con
nections were not made and the, plan
fell through. EnglneeMlurrell. how
ever, Bhowed Mr." Moore plans of the
work now being undertaken at Pearl
Harbor and told him what! the fix
ture of the place would probably be.
This' morning Mr, Moore talked to
the students of the High School, hU
subject being "The Foundation and
Purpose of an Education." At noon
today Mr. Moore tpoke to the em
ployes tit the Cuttou-Nolll Bliops. This
evening at 8 o clock he will address
a joint meeting ot the directors,
trusteed nnd the chairmen of' tho
various committees at the residence
of P, J, 1i'wrey.
This meeting Is for the purpose ot
giving final recommendations to (be
ofTlcerti, of the association regarding
the future development o'f the, work
In this city, Mr, Moore will leave
by the yllhelmlua ou Saturday for
Extradition Ordered Phoenix,
ArU., MUr, 9. Goveruor Sloan to
day houored the requisition ot tho
Governor ot California for Alexan
der Jones, ullus Fred Martin, want,
ed In, UakersOeld on a charge ot
ttprgery. ' '
Thursday. March 24.
Knual ports W. O. Hall, stmn, S
Friday, March 25. .'
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S S.
Manna nnd Hawaii ports Clauiltno,
Saturday, March 26.
San Francisco Wllhelmlnn, M. N.
8. 8 , 10 n. in. i
Monday, 'March 28.
Hongkong and Japan porta Korea,
P. M. 8. S.
Kauai wts Noeau, stmr. f
Tuesday, March 29. -Vancouver
and Victoria Marama,
C. A. S. 8.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kea,
stmr. . i
Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Thursday, March 31
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
PA88ENQER8 BOOKED . I
-Per P. M. S. 8. Siberia, for Ban
Francisco, Match1" 20. Mr. and Mrs. R.
Ii." Smith, Mr. and Mrs. David .Rice.
Miss II, F. Parmeleo, Theo. Wolff, D.
P. It. Isenberg, Fred LcwIh,.Moo. Mo
Murray, Geo. S. Dearborn, R. D. I.op
ham, .1. F. Dlllle, Mrs. M. Shipley. Mrs.
Shipley, Miss E. C. Winn, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. McGregor, J. S. McCandless, Oeo.
C. Beck, Mrs. L. M. Harvey, C, F. Mur
ray, Miss Ellen Murray, E. T. McCar
thy, Mr. and Mrs. Bullen, Mr. and Mrs.
11, McConnell. Mrs. (I. E. Harvey, Mlu
A. N. Deitz, E. O. Knowles, J. P. Star,
flint. Mr. unit Mm. (1 II. Hlnvop fl II.
P. Meyer, C, II. Bacon, Mrs. Bacon, A.
I.nne, Alias i;. names, II. N. HIcKeo,
O, H. Hickec, G. Hofgaard, C. O. War
ren, Dr. I.nne, Mrs. F. II. Lane, Mr.
und Mrs. II. O. Wilbur, Mrs. M, Pat
ton. Miss Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. J, E.
Thelnn, A L. Jcsup, Miss C. Teggert,
Miss Abrams, Miss Frlcdlandcr, N. B.
Young, Dr. Klrkpatrick, Rev. S. Hon
da, Ada Jeffries, Chun Yee, A. WaMe
meyer, Otto L'oiirnd, J. B. Tripp, J. J.
KirkpntricK. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. B.
Thomas. P. Flanagan, E. L. Kecnan.
ror ai. is. a. a. wuneiminn, ror
San Francisco, Mar. 26. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Bowen, Rev. C. M.' Pond.
Mrs. Pond, Miss Lulu Law, Mr. and
Mrs. B. II. Smith, Miss N. Lloyd, J.
Beane, Mrs. Cox, M. 11. .Weinberg,
D. L. Wlthlngtou, Mrs. J. A. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Myers, J. M. Am
brose, Mr. Barnett, Miss llarr.ett.
Mary Barnett, C. P, Murray, "Mlsa
Ella Murray, Mrs. II. Alexander. Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Austin, Miss Ireno
Blackman, Mr. and Mrs, Oaa. Wake
field, L. W, Moody, 'Miss M. 'Gld
dlngs, Miss M. Hedden", 'Mr. land
Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Miss R. Baxter.
J. H. Casey, W. Walker, T; E. Mar-
lln, W. W. Bruner, trs. J. M.
Browne, J. B. Castle, Geo. Derlgo.
Miss E. M. Anderson, M. E.j Sllva.
Oscar Edlhord, 'MUs B. Rouse, N, I.
White, Mary Vanderberg, Mr. and
Mrs. J, II. Rase, Mrs. M. F. Sbt,
Miss M. Anderson, A. D. Larrurch,
Mrs. 0. I. Welbourne, II. 3. .Steele,
Mrs. Steele, L. C. Abies, Mr. and.
Mrs. W. T. Lucas, Miss ATM.1 Dlett,
Dr. Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y,
Hastings, Mrs. Mary B. Walker, 0.
F. Moore, Mrs. A. Blatt, Mr. ,fcnd
Mrs. C. II. Bacon, Mrs. CreeJman,
Mrs. J. G. Carey, N. B. Yoimg, II.
Wiley, N. S. Sachs, Mrs. M. J.
Sloan, MIbs Sloan, W. 9, Both, Geo.
It. Robertson, Dr. "Wa B. Platner,
MIbs Catherine Parrs, j. p; Stafford,
C. H. Dickey Miss A. Klemmo. J.
Grube,- Mr Grube, Dr. P.' J. Van
Kirk, Dr. W. D. Klrkpatrick, Miss
Frledlonder, Miss Abrams, A. L.
Jesaup, MIbs Anna Oallon, Mrs. C.
A, Pratt, Mrs. L. M. De Wolfe, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Phelan, J, II. doyne,
Miss W. Dickson. Mrs. Thos. J. Qtilnn.
Miss Ruth Qnlnn, Miss Mildred
Qulnn, Miss Margery Qulnn.
Per O. 8. 8. Sierra for San Francis
co, April 0. Mr. and Mrs, 8. a. Young,
Mrs. E. Kurtz, Mf. and Mrs. T. Weir,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Perflne. Mis. A.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lucas.
Miss B. Carra.LMraEj O. Carra, Miss
Abrams, Mra. Frledlander, Mra." Do
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Conn, Mrj.
v. ,., mourns, Mrs. A. Sullivan. Dr. n,ort
Mrs, Stovln, Mr. and Mrs. D, II. Case.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Bell, Mrs. O. brag
gart, Mrs. Knox Mrs.'Pexley. Mrs. C.
A. Blalsdell, Miss Blalsdell. Miss A.
Oall6n Mr. and Mrs. A. V;tldron Sa
rah O. Boggs, Mr. and ILrs. J. H. Rose,
Mra A, Klemtue, MrsvY. Innes, At Lano
7,' n," ec.k. M.".'- Weinberg. Mrs. J.
' C11Ik'Mr"' Connell, A. T. Henry.
Mrs. P. E, tenniB, Mrs. E. D. Spen
cer, , Mrs. J.H. Clarke. N. W. Putman.
H. H. Putman.
Pec stmr. Mauna Kea, for llllo and
wax ports, March 29. Mrs. B. T.
Brown. J. D. Kendall, Dr. J. Boattle,
Mra. W, W. Chlsholm. Mra. Dr. Beat
? Mls K. Wight, Mrs. Murphy. O.
W. Poavy, Mr. Poavy. M. Bonton.
, '. .'.T. r u'cRerion, Mrs. Illckerton, it,
I. Lllllo, n, R. Elgin) J., J, Belser.
Per Btmr. Clamllne, for Maul nud
Hawaii-ports, March 25. Mrs. Plerco,
P; w- Peary. Mrs. Peary. Mrs. Mur
Idiy. M. Hall, MTionton
Per jstror. W. O. Hall, for Kanal
PVts, .Marcli, S4. Mra. Hans Isenbarg.
Per stin,, W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, yj'arch ai.Leslle Wlsharfl.
'j IN rORIIOH PORT' f
Wednesday, March 83.
HEATTLE Arrived Mar.. 22; S. B.
Missourlan, from San Francisco.
GRAYS HARBOR Arrived Mar. 22:
8ch. r u. oisen, hence Mar. 6,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 23:
S. 8. Lurllno. hence Mar. 15.
YOKOHAMA-Salled Mar, 2J: 8. S.
China, for Honolulu.
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