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Oceanic 3tatcd. ,.
Hawaiian Tlilrcl Ccgree.
All visiting member of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting nf total lodges
Meet on th
2nd nnd 4tt
Mondayi ' o.
at K. P. Hal
7:30 P. M
uiniur rVininrrnol MCmDCrS 0'
Miininc cnuinccny other Ann
KNEFICIAL AWSIATION. elation, "r
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0: 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nl
.7:30 In I. O. O F Hall, Fort Street
L It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II K. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very curillallj
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ccry llrst and third l'rl
Bay evening at ":!( In K of l Hall
corner Tort nnd ilcrctanlu. Visiting
brothers cordially lnlted to attend
Wit JOKES, C. C.
: O V lim.NU, K. It. 3.- .
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0, f.
, " '. Honolulu Lodga No. GIB, II. P..0
.. T.llts, meets In tholr hull, on King
Street, near Tort, every l'rlduy even
Ing. Visiting Ilrothcrs are cordlnll)
luvltcd to attend.
i ' i: A. DOUTH1TT. E. K.
H ' II C i:STON. Sec1!-.
-'HAWAIIAN T1UBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M
( .Meets ever) first and third Thtirs
I 'days of encli month nt Knlchtn n(
J l' thins Ilnll Vlsltlnr hrnthnrit ror.
Lt tllally Im lied .to uttend.
t . liuuino, ouviiciu,
13 V. TOUi). C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 10. F. 0. E.
j? Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th W13D-
SNESDAY cvinlngs of each month al
; 7:30 o'clock In K. of r. Hall, corner
irllcrrUnlu and 'Fort Btrccts.
j? Visiting Unfiles aro Invited to at-
VV. K. IllLUY, v. r.
VM. C. McCOY. Sec.
tWra. McKinley Lodpe, No. 8, K. of T
Meets put) 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7 .10 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, tor I'nrt and Dcrctanla Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tt II, A TAYLOR. C. C.
K. A JACOBSON. K. II. 8.
SUPERVISORS MEET TUESDAY.
Thu cltj and county board of su
pervisors villi hold a regular meet
Inn on Tuesday evening, nt which
lime among other business to be
brought up will bo the paving ordi
nance fur a second reading.
AUTO IIST STILL GROWS.
According to the list or new auto
mobiles enrolled at thu pollco sta
tion, llieic art die hundred and
tvventi-lvvn machines listed In uiu
city of Honolulu, according to a re
jhii vhlc!i lias becu received from
Inn. anfl Vina t fl-.ll.f-,ttin evA -..... .J
...... - .... ..M Cl.B U
mind IU possession brings. The lines
oi ago, wouy una overworn are render
ed well nigh powerless by Mrs. Nettle
HMRISON'8 . LOU M0NTEZ CREME
A wonderful soother, healer and protec
tor tea dry, contracted or chapped
skin. ' It Is Complexion Insurance.
CmrlnAA vnnrtmlf nt lf vm-.l.Kl
1 power by obtaining a free sample and I
book ntua of tutmr mo cooo auinr at J
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
For Good Furniture
WE HAVE Wim US
AT THE Yf UNO.
March 31, 1910.
l.leut C i:. Ilond, l.elleliun: Miss
I. Pinj 111. Orcat I'. Cox, Halclnn.
Wednesday, March 30.
J II Coney, I.lliuo: C. W. Frllx; J
. Hogg. I.lhno: Mr. and Mrs C. C.
Irnliam, New York City: Mr. and Mrs.
' It. Klrby, Melboiirno, Australia;
li and Mrs. J 1.. Cordon, New York
'Ity, N. I.c Poor French. ""
Wednesday, March 30.
Mr nnd Mm O. Young, Lansing.
Ilth : Mm. V. Cameron. Auckland,
low Zetland, Mlstcs (1) Cameron,
Micklnnd, New Zetland.
At till' nicrllng or (ho Floard of Gov
mors of the Commercial Club held
cRtcrdiy nflernocn nt 3:.T o'clock
tlx new members were elected, as fol
lows: James D. Dougherty, A. G.
a.uSOu. . it. .HLjl. ,i. . Lrfngt1,
. C. Smith. O. nierlmch.
O. V. Smith, onn of the members of
he Hoard of OoM'rnorit, handed In his
cslgnitlon ph he Is lenxlng for the
Mast and "111 bo absent for scleral
N9 M 'BKYOE PROFIT
At tho clcenth nnntul meeting of
ho McDtjdc Sngir Compiuy, I.tdi
hlch was hold jcVtcrdny afternoon
ho annual report-showed, Instead of
Uprodt or somo $517,038 31 at pub
Jshcd, there was a slight loss of foiop
1200 on the crop.
On December 31, 1007 the company
)ned Messrs. Theo. II. I)alcs & Co,
Ltd , then agents of tho plantation,
(C95C92 22 on open account. On
December 31, 1003, this had been ro
lueed from current receipts to $3G,
'.0139, by tho sum or o7 390R3, lie
ildcs expending for permanent Im
iravoment $21010 13 In tbo ear
190S, and $19 769 45 In thn jinr 1909.
Per stmr. W. tt. Hull, from Kauai
ports. J. II Coney, Geo. II. Knlr
rhlid, C. v. Spltx, J. II. Pnnnl, K.
M. Andrews, K. Itutsch. U. K. Dick
son, D, II. Jonc-f, M. V. Crowley, C
II. Murphy, D. Itoder, II. Day, J. II.
I PA88ENOERS BOOKED I
Per M. N. 8. 8. l.urllnn for San
Francisco, Apr. 12 V. M. Swanzy,
Mrs. Suanty, MIbs Snnnzy, Mrs. Slat
cry, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy. Geo.
Peary, Mis. Peiry, Mr, andlMrs.
Mearn, Mrs. D. Anroni. Mrs. Mangel,
Daniel Smth, David Manaka. Jas.
Crow ell, Mrs. J. J. Carry, M, Fisher,
lrs. Usher. Mr. Slaltery, J. A. C.
Peterson, Henry Clark Mrs! IS. N.
Englehardt, Miss M. Knglchardt, II.
Ooodalu, Mrs. V. W. Goodalc. Miss
Clara Frank, Miss C. A. Carter, Miss
K. Athcrton Mrs. J. B. Atherton. E. T.
Parsons, Mrs. Parsons, Miss D. Greav
es, Miss 8. Flaxman, T. J.'Vlerra Mrs.
Vlerra, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. B. Cbrlsttan,
W. P. Thomas, Mrs. W. P. Thomas,
DOTH THE DRITISH steamer Glen
shlel and tho Rosobank from Nowort
Nobs to Honolulu with coal for the
United Stntcs naval station are out
over forty days from tho Atlantic coast
:oal -port. Tho Glcnshlcl should ar
rho hero within a week or ten dayj
with about Ave th'ousamKtons of fuel.
. . SC at ' 1 ) nt
HUNDREDS of REMNANTS acoumnlated fiont our hit;
Clearance Salo will be pot on SALE FRID AY MORNING,
APRIL 1. To disiose of ,the REMNANTS quickly, w
have marked them at about HALF the REGULAR PRICE.
The bargains are pothered from every department in the
Fort 'Street, opp. Catholic Church
The value of the eltMiied ad i$
that it carries a real aettare to, the
reader. It ipeciflei Mmethlag that
the reader it interested in teanuiut
and for this reaion the return froa
claisifled adTertisinr li Ipitantane
oui. To Ret immediate return! la
Hawaii uw the Bulletia.
Salo of parasols at AVhttncy &
There Is no soda water quite as
good as Arctic. Phone 557.
7-8catcd Auto for hire. Phone J9
James Dakcr, Young Hotel Stand.
Telephone S03 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
Call on Mlko Paton at the Encore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
Pay your personal tax (poll-road
and school) before April 1 and save
the penalty of ten per cent.
Time speiil at the Fasbion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent This place U
sometimes known as the Two Ic.:s
l.aznrlp Snlamanoa, the Filipino
recruiting agent, had his case sot
over till April 6 at the police court
Vlsit Jsck uobnits at..tlm Kentucx)
Saloon ,4 hen you want liquid refresh
meat. Yoii ll get gooj goods anf
oonrieona tratrrtenl here. '
VhVn not feeling rilht ry tome of
our tlphon-soda with fresh bilk, or
Pure distilled waier at' thn Coatolldat
ed Soda Watc Works. Tv), 71.
Mrs. C. L, Dlckerson for up-qdate
millinery At reasonable prices.. The
only bneithat docs accordcon pleating
In Honolulu. Green stamps, too, for
cash., , .
David Lul, who stole a boat and
Ashing net, was,Klve,n thirty dal
nl Ascn'a hotel, where he will 'not
have an opportunity to fish forborne
time. , , . .'
Be on han j eai)y tomorrow morning
for the grand remnant sate al Sachs
Dry Goods Co. The sale starts prompt
ly nt 8 o'clock and thcro Is bound to
he a crowd. ,
The man nho Is particular about his
shirts will be pleased with the Btir
Negllgeo for sale at 8llva,'g Toggery.
For business orv outing, wear It Is
tho Ideal shirt. '
Sam Paahoa, was sentenced to one
year's retirement this morning by
Judge Andrade. Bam ! the Indi
vidual who annexed .$45' belonging
to a cojntryman. , t
Heinx pickles and preerVes are b
soiuicly puro and no mora 'delicious
condlmcnta are obtainable. ( If you
aro particular about what fan eat In
sist on having Helns. .
Thero ,ls imuch activity in side
walk building throughout the city.
This, work, going forward on Ala-
kea. and Bishop streets, is a much-
Tho fcunnjslde Milk is V. pure.
wHolcsomo, delicious condonscl milk.
It Is verv rich In nlitHtlvin kuk aiii
sacs shortening when used for cook-
Ins purposes. Ask your, grocer for It,
The St. Louis College Alumni mom
berg aro going strong on ping pang
croquet and handball at present.
Drolcr Hall Is the Kccne of tho aVtlv
Ity and tho players are doing woll In
tho ping-pong line.
Louisa Perry, tho lady who as
saulted another society dame with
a corned tbeet box, got off light ibis
morning, when she was found guilty
of common assault' and fined (20 and
If you are troubled with your hear
Ing, no matter how slight or serious
tho trouble may be or of how long
standing, ho suro to sea Brown. &
Lyon Co., Ltd., with the. Hawaiian
News Co, Alex. Young bulldlnlg.
Kim, not Klpllngs, seemed to
havo comr In contact with tho tsll
of Halley's comet last night, for he
was found wandering around full ot
meteors or beer. This morning Kim
was fined six dollars by Judge An
Chicago Is talking about going
dry (In the 'newspapers). When
Chicago goes dry, "we will expect
Lake Michigan to do the same. '
ntWAM.xs. t. it., fitojlibA. mar. ai, mo.
City Transfer Co.,
7A8. H. LOVE.
WASHINGTON It cota le-s to
feed the nary on the Chinese coast
than at anr other portion of the globe,
according to figures transmitted tn thn
House by Secretary Meyer In response
to a resolution calling for the prlrcs
paid tor foodstuffs at home and In fop
elgn ports during 1909. Fresh beef
was B cents a pound at Chcfoo and 15
at Gibraltar; 6 cents at Key West
and 10 cents at Pensacola; 8H at New
York, more than 7 at Boston, Wash
ington and San Francisco; 8 to 10 In
Japan; I) In Constantinople and from
12 to 4 In Panama. Chicken was 14
to 25 at home, and 8 to 27 abroad;
eggs cost from 5 to 7 cents a dozen at
Chinese ports, but In tho United States
they were lowest at Washington at 22
cents and highest at Charleston, 8. C.
34 cents, wl'h Port Urria at 55 cents
the highest Abroad. Dread ranged at
homo from 3 to almost 5 cents a loaf.r
and .Abroad from a little under 2 to a)
most 10. Potatoes ran from 1 to 3
cent a pound "at home,and 1 to 5 cents East. Tho. Sherman hia Just been
abroad. .Ice," running from 5 .to' SO turned out from the .shipyards on the
cents per hundred, pounds' at home, coast Atlefr something Ilka three nun
ranged fronj 25lltfj6 cents abroad. i'drpd thousand dollars has.tbeen ex
. .,... 'f , " ,l pended by Unci Bsm In bringing tho
BULPJIUR to )he amount of about troop ship up ,lo date In All her ap
iwelve hundred tops haaarrlved for pplntmcnti. The. Vosscl has.lelt the
local ImporeVa by" ,the rJoprjegun union Iron Works at Ban Francisco
freighter' R j fj. The' steamer ap- a.rjd aho has been placed bn the Hun
pcarcd,off the port early this, morning' ter, Potty dry .dock for a cleaning and
ahd was sobrt brought, alongside tho, reprinting preparatory to sailing for
Hackfetd wharf to discharge. In Honolulu and Manila by .tho way 6t
transit there'lsan eitcnslvo sh(tm,ent; ?usni on April 5. T
oftJapsneso hardwcod lntehdad"iorj' v"e rumor, Is qurrenl! that Captain
the west coast of Iho United tat'ea. Rodgers.Vho has been sesvlng as mas
The, Rygja will remain hero for a ftw j ier ot the transport Kllpatrlck for
da)'s before p'roctcdjlng 16 Portland.) several jcars past,, has een offered
Oregon, her 'desllAttlon. The vessel tho command of tbo rcjuiedated 8her
made calls at Manila, , Hongkong.! njaii. The slory njsij prevails that
Shanghai, And soyeral Japaneso portS.ICapUlnLjnalhand tho entire staff of
including bta,ro and Ilakodato. Tho 'officers. bb hnv poised through Ho-
ircignicr. IS in command or Captain, "u''u. on, several ocnsioas wun ine
B. If. Svendsen, who Is, sccompanK-t Itroopshlp Thomas, will, be transferred
by his wife, whom blithplaco Is on
nniNOINO SUoXh lo her full ca
pacity amounting to 5309 sacks tho
steamer W. O, Hall has arrld from1,h1 VCM ", ". tir Hh tho Sher-
Kausl ports. The vessel aIlo hromchtl
a shlnment nf AT hilf Mtra 1rt arlca!
-.m. ... L I l .'.
conee and paeaages sundries, Tner
Mall met with light northeast winds
and fairly plcisant weather on the
homoward trip, 'i
. ,.'.' K ,
ANOTHRR LONG and delayed pas
sage, from Mukllteo'to Honolulu Is rec
orded. In tho present oyagd of ihe
American schooner. H. D. , Bchdlnon
now fort) -one days out from ho lum
ber port, , The vessel brlngB a con
signment to, the local branch of Low
ers' and Cooke.
TItrntK llA8 been a postponement
In (he sailing of.Uhe "little supply
schooner Flaurcnpc Ward for Midway
Island. That csscl Is now scheduled
(o leao or tho mid-Paclflc cabio sta
tion on Monday, taking provisions and
supplies for tho cable colony there.
, IN APRIL a largo four-masted, salt
ing vessel from Denmark will visit tho
Far East. She will have on board 300
students, ot the Danish Mercantile
Marino School for the purposo or en
abling Ihem.to obtain a practical
knowledge of navigation.
THR SCHOONER Muriel, fifteen
and one-half dais from Honoibu. af-
eived st San Franclscd od March 20,
with 15.12$ bags of sugar, The schoon
er James Rolph, seventeen da) a from
liana, brought 14 840 bags.ot sugar. .,'
ACCORDING to ,a roport received
from Piirer James Logan of the
Steamer WG. Hall, thfe lighthouse
tender Kukut.was working .along wind
ward Kauai ports at the time ot the
departure of the Hall for" Honolulu.
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting shipment
includes the following consignments:
H. M. 7209; L. P., 15.697! O, V 171;
Mcti., 14,919; Ma'kJ'22 463; K. S. M.
00; M. S. Co., 23,000; K. P., 10,100;
O. n., 5770. '
SAILING from Ban Franclscd at
noon yesterday, the Matson Naviga
tion liner Lurllne? Is rcportod as now
en route to Honolulu and should ar
rive hea on or about April 6.
' THE STEAMER Noeau Is reported
ag working cargo along, windward
Kauai, ports on March ,29 at ihe time
of the departure of the Hall tor Ho
nolulu. , .
. . r '.'Hi t
FUEL OIL dostlned for Kahulul has
left tho port of'OaVlota by tho Ameri
can steamer Ilosecnus. The vessel
sailed trom the oil' port )esterday.
' , I
THIRTY-SEVEN days from Grays
Harbor, the American schooned Tau
rus Zantz Is.-repoFtcd aa enrouto to
Hlo with a ehlpnVent of lumber,
THE AMERICAN schooner O. M.
Kellogg 1b now out twenty-oue days
from Grays Harbor brluging a ship
ment ot lumber to this port
THE ARRIVAL of 'the light house
tender Kukul front a cruise to the
neighboring Islands la ox peeled todny.
THE DRPARTimR of tho Pacific
Mall liner Manchuria from Yokohama
(or Honolulu was reported yesterday.
SHERIDAN 10 BRING
Captain CaMncr, quartermaster In
chaige of tho local station, has been
Informed thst tho transport Sheridan
now en route from Manila to Honolulu
nnd San Francisco, met with a con
siderable delay In sailing trom tho
Tho Sheridan was scheduled to get
away from Manila on March 14 bring
ing thn 23rd Infantry. The army boat
was detained until March 23, and, ac
cording to a recent cable, the Sheridan
railed from Nagasaki, Japan, for Ho
nolulu on Tuesday. This will bring
the easel Into Honolulu on or about
The United States army transport
Shcrtnao Is tho( next government, vch
iel to leave, Ban Francisco for the Far
to Iho Sherman, The Thomas Is to go
out of 9pmmlns(on and It Is Understood
that the. government wilt exrnnd sev
eral hundred thousand dollars In re
fitting the, Thomas and "thereby place
man and Sheridan.
The Sherman, will sail
EVanalaM, ul,l. II,a k..J..J... I.hhJ
-" -v "- h--juhi"'-7)
ana enusici men or tn Ninin inrsn-
try who journey to the Philippines for
has been stationed at Fort Bam Hous
ton for tho lasts llirco jcars.
The Sherman was formerly known
to shipping men as the British steamer
Mobile, Sho has boen plying ihe seas
for tho' past .seventeen years and her
first Introduction to, the "brlney deep"
wiVat Deltas!, Ireland. Sho In one of
A number of Irelghters end cargo car
riers that were purchased by tho
United States government at tho
breaking out of tbo Spanish-American
war. It was about boa on )eare ago
that tho United Btates government ex
pended several thousand dollars upon
tho troop ship In order to render her
of ncrllco The troopship went ashore
down near the San Bernardino Straits
In Philippine waters somo )cars ago
and by so doing sustained some dam
age. This was repaired At a cost of'a
little less than a hundred thousand dol
lars., The 8herman altogether has, cost
Uncle Sam a pretty penny to maintain.
The Sherman Is expected lo arrivo
here on, or about April 13,
MNY INQUIRIES ,
Secretary Cooper, of the Promotion
Committee, presented the following
list of peiple who have' written per
sonal letters, asking for Information
on various subjects appertaining to
Hawaii, a majority having mpne) to
Invest with the Intention ot becoming
Chairman and Members of tho Hawaii
Gentlemen :-You may be Interested
In tho following list of Inquiries which
were received by the last malls. This
does not Include probably' as many
nibre letters asking simply for our
printed matter; or the, letters from
tho steamship and railway agencies
with which we hae regular corres
pondence. I hate numbered the In
quiries In this list for purposes ot ref
erence, The list follows:
(J) R, L, C, Kerby, Oregon; has sev
eral thousand dollars; wants to buy
nd for poultry raising (2) H. W.
O., Craafordsvllle, Oregon; has $2500
to Invest In some agricultural line.
(S) R. M. K Boise, Idaho; wants In
formation concerning land and cost of
living. (4) E. E, M.r Carson City, Ne
vada; v,ants address of reliable real
tate dealer. (6) Ej A.''RV Wallace.
Idaod; ca'rpenter and millwright with
a few tboliuand dollurB; v,antB few
acres of land and chance for empto)
ihcnt. (6) T. McD., Dotrolt, Mich.;
wants lnformattonvabout government
lands. (7) II. L, East St. Louis, III,;
wants prices of lands, crops raised,
ete. (Rl IT I. R. nmn'iA "m l.
Vinnti piiiilojnient nn farm (or oilier
ni luu.iii'r; aiso prices or land,
(9) n.C, W,, Bangor cnl.; vianis land
vtiin gooj pasture, convenient to
church, (10) G. li. ft, North Yakima,
Thursday. March 31.
Japan ports SeUa, Nor, attnr., a. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE'
Friday, April 1.
8an Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 2.
Hongkong and Japan ports China,
P. M. 8. 8.
Victoria Maltal, C.-A. 8. 8.
Hlto and way ports Mauna Kea,
8unday, April 3.
Maul and Molokttl ports Mlkfthala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Port 8an Luis Santa Maria, Am.
Crook, from Honolulu tor Manila,
Dlx, at Manila, Jsn. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Thomas, arrived San Francisco from
Manila, March 16.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for Ho
nolulu, March 14,
IN rORKIQN PORTS
Thursday, March 31.
SAN FRANCIBCO Sailed Mar. 30, 3
p. m.: 8, B. Lurllne, for Honolulu.
8AN FRANCIBCO 8slled Mar. 31: 8,
S. Columbian, for Seattle
GAVIdTA-SAlled Mar. 30: 8. S. Rose-
crans, for KaanapSII.
8YDNEY Ari'lvcd Mar. 27: Bp. Col
tic Chief, hence Feb. 17.
SAL1NA CRUZ Arrived Mar. 26: 8. S
Arlkonan, from Hllo.
ANSWER FILED TO INJUNCTION.
(Continued from Face 1)
nould have been tho solo bidder In
A Uched to the nnsv.cr aro a num
ber of affidavits dealing with the con
stituents or ntttillthto paving. Ono Is
by Vice-President Warren of the
Standard Bltullthlc Paving Company,
In which he stated that the mo hods
nnd materials used by his company
aro entirely distinctive.
Attorney Frank Thompron was pre
sent In court for Lord and a contl
nuanco war granted until next Wed
nesday tor hearing and he was allow
ed until Monday lo file counter affi
davits and traverse'thq answer ot thn
I'll) UI1U lAJUUiy,
Wash.; wants Information about rub
ber culturo and other Industries; has
a few thousand dollars. (11) L, E. W
Vancouver, Wash.; wants to buy land
for agricultural purposes near school
and church; has small capital. (12)
H. L. A., Montrose, Colo,; wants In
formation about government lands.
(13) J. O. O, Bossburg, Wash.; repre
sents several families who wish to
buy government private land on'which
they can make a living. (14) W. N.,
Balnbridgc, Ga.j Is a practical farmer,
dairying a specialty; Is sure Jie wants
to come here It ho can get land, (15)
P. H, D Los Angeles, Cat.; wants, 25
acres ot general purpose land. (lt)
G. H. L. Waha.. Idaho: wants Inform!-.-
tlon about raising horse's and catllo.
(17) w. e. a., san Francisco,, cai.;
wants Information, about plnearple cul
ture. (18) M," k., Valehllner Neb.;
wants general Information about 'agri
cultural lands. (Id) J, Mel., BeaUle,
wash.; wants to know about govern
ment, lands, fcrohs. markets, ete. t20)
II, A.,' Detroit, Mlch.;, wants average
cost , of small Urms. (21) D. 3, F,
PortlSnd, Ore.; Is considering forming
a settlemeht association: wants ad
dresibs of real cstato firms; ge'noml
InforniStlon.' (22) J, W.. Victoria. B,
C; Englishman wants to take up a
homestead. ' (23) J, A. S., RedlandS,
Cat.; wants & homestead (preferably
Island of ilawall) in remote valley oV
canydn; has friend who' wants to come
also; (24) C. H.,a.. Seattle, Wash.;
president 'of mini'ug company; wants to
locate; prlco of landsy etc. (25) R: R.
M., Litchfield, Neb.; wants pricis 'of
land; products, markets, progreJS of
new. railroads. (26) C. V. C, Tacoma
wash.; ' actlvo niah with $5000 to
$7000; wants to know what ho could
do hero. (27) C. L. C, Elk Lake
Ont.; young physician 'wants to locate.
(28) J, R., Kent, Wash.; ( expects tp
lieua nai isu ana winter jiero;
wants furnished r6ttage'( Informailon
about cost of living,' servants bring
ing auto, hunting andfinhlng. mosqui
toes. (29) A.vL.. Now York City.;
geography instructor 'public school;
wants "Cross Roads Map," pictures
etc , for class room work. (4oi R. B
K Centralis, Waah.j 'Superintendent
public schpols; sends Hat of teachers
who will teach Hawaii to classes and
wants printed matter. (31) K..C.;
Spokane. Wash.! wanta lo buv H.
wallan roffee for local trade. (32) V.
Dm Boston, Mass.; wants names of job
bers In Hawaiian coffee, fancy table
delicacies, etc. (33) W. 8. V.r Ban
rrancisco, lai.r proprietor or a trade
and marine journal; wants agent In
Honolulu. (34) J. W. W Cincinnati,
Olio; wants to sell high grado car
riages, (35) W. C. R., Cincinnati,
Ohio; manufacturer nf paper labels
nnd hoses; wants representative Iwro.
(30) 1. O, K., Hpokano. Wash ; v,nnfs
to Unovy prospactfl for timber nnd saw
mill business In Hawaii.
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M BULLETIN AM EAY.a-4
Wednesday. March 30.
., Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C.-A. 8. B , 5 p. m.
South American ports Klyo Maru,
Jap. stmr., 2 p. m.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday, March 31
Kauai ports W. O, Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, April 1.
Hawaii And Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Kona nnd Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Saturday, April 2,
San Francisco China, P. M. 8. S.
Australian ports via Suva Mallal,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Monday, April 4,
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr.
Tuesday, April 5.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Knual ports Klnau, slmr.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Wednesday, April S.
8an Francisco Sierra, O. B. 8.
Thursday. April 7.
Kant); ports W. O, Hall. stmr.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Mar. 31. Albert Waterhouse.
F, T. P. Waterhouse. Geo. II. Fair
child, Miss Purvis, Miss Weber. A.
Oartley, F. Rutsch. Francis Gay, C.
W. Bpltz, B. D. Baldwin. Douglass
Baldwin, A. S. Downey, Rev. W. S.
Short, Leslie Wlshard.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for llllo
nnd way ports, April B. C. J. Day.
Mrs. C. J. Day, Miss I. Innes, 8am
Parker, M. Hunnewell, Allco Nawal,
F. E. Hudson. Mrs. Hudson.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports.
April 5. Francis Gay, M. Masscty.
Dr. W. Hoffmann, Mrs. Hoffmann.
Per stmr. W. O. HaII for KAual
ports. Msrch 31. Rev. W. 8. 8hort,
Miss Purvis, Miss Webr. B. D. Bald
win, Douglass Baldwin, Leslie Wlsh
Per slmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii Ami
Maul ports. April 1. Miss A. Town-
send, Mrs. M. M. Cooke. K. Rocndshl,
H, 8. Clark. D. Wadsworth, A. Wads
worth, Fannie Molr, Mabel Taylor, J,
Hind, L. Williams. H. Hind O. Hind.
II, Bond, K. Bond, Mrs. Murphy G. N.
Peavey, Mrs. Peavey. M. Benton. II.
T. Hollman D. It. Hitchcock, Chas.
Pogue. H. Hitchcock.
" Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona- and
Kau ports, April l. Miss Eaton. Chas.
Gay, Marston Campbell, MSrston
Campbell, Jr., Governor W. F. Frcar,
A. Olbba; N. Fana. James Moreo, Miss
K. Wight, E, E. Sanborn.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports,
April 6. Miss Weber. Dr. W. Hoff
mann, Mrs. Hoffmann.
Per O. 8. B. Blerra for San Francis
co, April 6. Mr. and Mrs. 8. G Young.
Mrs, E. Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. T. Weir,
Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Pcrrlne. Mr, A.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lucas,
Miss B. Carra, Mrs. E. C. Carra, Miss
Abrams, 'Mrs. Fricdlander, Mrs. De
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cobn, Mrs.
V. E. Co(lris, Mrs. A. 8ulllvan. Dr. and
Mrs. Stovln, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Case,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bell, Mrs. O. Tag
gart, Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Pexley, Mrs. C.
A. Blatsdell, Miss Blalsdell, Mr.
and Mrs, A. Waldron, Sarah
O. Boggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rose,
Mrs, Ai Klerdme, Mrs. I, Innes, A, Lane
T. a Peck, M, II. Weinberg. Mrs. 'J.
H, piark, Mrs. O'Connell, A. T. Henry.
Mrs. F. E.. Dennis, Mrs. E. D. Spen
cer, Mrs. J.'H. Clarke, N. W. Putman.
R, II. Putman..
Malls are cue at Honolulu from
San Franclsqo Per Sierra April 1.
Yokohama Per China, April 2.
Vancquverr-Per, Malta!, April 2,
Colonies per Makura, April 26.
Malls will, depart for the following
mints as follows:
Ban FranciscoPer China, April 2.
Yokohama Pw.Nlppon Mru. Apr. 11.
Colonies Per Malui. April 2.
Vancouver Per' Makura, April 26.
SV ' i
This afternoon a beantlful silver
cup was brought to the Bulletin
office by a gentleman who does not
want his name mentioned In the mat
ter Ho has bee Making the greatest
Interest, In the coming Halelwa blcv.
clc laces, and has' decided to offer the
cup for the best time put up over
the course for two eara In succes
sion. The cup will go to the winner of this
) ear's race and ho can hold It till he
wins It A second time, or elua has to
hand It over to another man.,
YCUNQ FOOTTAD CAUGHT.
This afternoon Mrs. Brown of the
Manoa 8choo sent One of her pupils
to the headnuartern nf thn rtnur.i
Education with a warrant for $70. Tho
noy cashed the order all right and was
on his way back to the school in Ma
noa when, he was accosted by another
boy who took the money from tho
school boy and decamped.
Thn pollen wen soon on Ihe track
of the )oung footpad nnd gettlnB n
good; description noon had him safe nt
the pollco ntatlon, lie hail spent jl.BO
of the $70, bo bad takon from the.mes-Hunger.