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Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members ot tbo
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meeting- of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Iliniur ruiMiirrnM Members 01
maninc ennmceno 0t,cr a,,0.
IENEFICIAL AH1SIA.TI0N. ciation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
SleotH every Monday evening ut
,7:30 In I, O. O. V. Hnll, Fort Street.
IZ. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
11, K. JIcCOY, Noble (Irnnd.
All visiting brothers cry curdlull)
'Vj? OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
i Meets every first nnd third Frl
' . day evening nt 7:30 In K. of I' Hall,
X , corner Tort nnd Dercinnl.-i. Visiting
) brothcru eordlally Invited to attend,
5 . VM. .tOSCS, 0. C.
heinb. K. it. S.
HONOLULU LOPQE G10, D. P.-O-Ej
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, I), P. 07
Klkn, meets In their hull, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday oven
"' lug. Ylsltlug llrothcrs nro cordially
luMtcd to nttcud.
.K. A. DOUTHITT. E. It.
11. t EASTON. Hcc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every (lrt nml third Thurs
days ut each month nt KulghtH ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
t'dlally lutltcd to attend.
A'. HKKJINS, Sachem.
J$ K. V. TODD, C. of II. .-
'HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot ouch month at
7: .TO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Deretnuln and Fort streets.
Visiting Hag lea are Invited to at
W. It. IULEY. W. P.
WM. C, McCOY, Sec.
Wm. McKinlcy Lodge, No. 8, K, of P
Meets every 2nd and Ith Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
j 'Hnll, cor. Fort and Ucrotnnln. Visit
ing brotheru cordially Invited to ot-
2 II. A TAYLOR. C. 0.
'K. A. JACOUSON. K. It. S.
SAILORS HELD AS
It Is r'ldnm that the prosecuting
Snrni of-the United States Oovernment
?ln Hawaii has iiiiitlnlotis sailors to
' flwil with but United States District
Attorney lUeckons nnd Slnrshal Hen
v'dty nro now busy with llm rnses of
tha uccused.mutlnccre nt thu good ship
W F, Babcock.
Wi'i Practically tho whole crow nf tho
IBabcock aro now In custody, ball hav-
llng!becn flxed this morning by United
JMIntoa Judgo Robertson nt ssiiii In each
case. Tho last Bailor wanted under
thb Indictments returned by the Fed
eral Grand'Jury was rmiud'id up earl)
this morning In tho person of K. Adam
nun, a foremast hand, who Is chnrgoil
with mutiny on tho high t.cas.
Aiiuuiunai cnuigva ui vuni;pirn-y
frhavo been lodged against John Cbrln-
itcnBcn, who Is said to bo tho ring-
jjender In tho trouble that occurred on
ho Babcock. He appeared beforu
limited States Judgo Itoberteon for nr
algiitnont this morning and his qjbu
: continued' to next week,
Tjhe sailors drrlnre that Ihoy wore
cm uuarn ne wiurni-K miner
TltiUo prctonzra Unit piarilcally
; amounted to nhnugbaliig methods,
IFtft Tig U for unaatnrt!
lirlllia fr litmrallobl
PfclQl'M. rti I not 4JUI0-
rcat or pl&on.
Until if Orunliu, ,
A(ltl at ou rmiuil
r rii"ii aMit,
i mihiEiuj Cmcws itOo.
WE HAVE Willi US
AT THE YOUNG.
Saturday, April 2,
Minn I.. A. Kutz lirooklyn, N. Y.;
MIhs 0. I.. Itatnmctt. Troy. N, Y.i
Mr nml Stis. K. II. Clark. Mrs. E. A.
tlftlicttii San Fianclsco; O. A. IlriniK,
P"'t Kr-inelrtii; J J. Sullivan, Sin
Franclrco; Mrs. J. Chare, 8nn Fran
c.m.o; tapl. and Mrs. Knights, San
I-raucUio, Mr. and Mrs, W. J, Schultz,
Chicago III ; Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Lain, San Frnnclsco; Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
U Donne-. Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. Wnmer, San Francisco;
Miss M. Mnorchrad Mrs. A, need, Mr.
nnd Mrs K. W. Stark, Vancouver, B.
C; Mr. nnd Jim, II. C. Dochm, Los
Angeles Cal j L. Welnzholmer, Ln
halna; II. T. Hollmnn Mr. nnd Mrs.
0. W. A. Whltcomb. Kansas City, Mo,;
Florence! i:, Dentils. Chicago, 111.; F.
11 Peck Oaklnnl, Cal; J. 1). Easton,
llllo; M. C. Itllcy. Iltittc Mont.; Mrs.
M. H. Coombs S. S. Sierra.
Friday, April 1.
Miss Kelly. Now York City; Mrs.
D.ugii M. C Oulndho. II. P. Itoth.
AT TH HAWAIIAN.
Saturday, Anrll 2.
Miss Florence t)odgo, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. W. Pondlelnn. Urn Angeles, Cal.;
M. JnngVncfl, Wnhlawa; W. F. Cole,
Maknwan; G. Hofgnnril, llllo; T, Mc
I.eod, Friday, April 1.
C. II. Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. II A.
Peck, HamakiniMiko, Mnul.
Ono ot the most vlnborate nnd
unique foclal events of the week was
glvon In Washington Place, on Ilero
tnnln stieet, In honor of Her .Majes
ty Queen L.tlluokalnnl, who return
ed on the steamship Korea Inst Mon
day from tho mainland.
Tho Interior of the beautiful resi
dence -of the Queen was most beau
tifully decorated for the occasion by
C)lr,C. P. luukea, the Queen's agent.
Tho'grounds, which hnvo been greatly-Improved
since Her Majesty do
parted for the States, anil tho sUite-
'Jy-Iooklng trees, which have been
curcfully trimmed, added much to
tho lovcliners and beauty of the
On tho day of the arrival of Ilor
Majesty, the reception room was dec
orated with royal standards and
flowers of various colors which are
most admired by tho queen. As
usual, there were kahilis, Indicating
royalty, which are usually displayed
on such occasions.
When tho Queen arrived, accom
panied by Messrs. John Almoku and
J. Knlpo Aea, she was greeted wltn
meleg by her faithful retainers. Col.
C. P. Iaukc.1 nnd Col. B. K. I.lll
knlanl and tho ladles-ln-wnltlng nlsu
assisted In receiving tho Queen.
At tho conclusion of tho reception,
Her Majesty and tho Invited guests
entered the dining room and partook
of all the good things which hart
been prepared by Col. laukca. Tho
Queen, who ling been u'bspnt from
the Islands for many months, was
greatly pleased with the reception
und palnn which had been arranged
for her return. .
Among the guests ot the Queen
wore John Almoku, J. Knlpo Aea,
Mrs. Wm, Auld, Mrs. Oeorge Smith
ies, Mrs. I.apana Keawcpooole, Mrs.
Nahn Kakuole, Mrs. Uikalla Holt.
Col. and Mrs. C. P. Inukea, Col. K.
K. Ullkalanl. Mrs. H. C. Morton.
Mrs. Kamaka Stlllinan, Mrs. It. C.
Scnrle of Mnul, and several othors,
making sixteen In all.
Those who wero. present at Wash
Ington Place state that the Queen
seems to be In tho best ot health.
The prcsenco of Col. C. P. laukca
and Col. K. K. I.lllkatanl, who wero
formerly on tho staff ot tho late
King Knlaknuu, reminded those pres
ent of the good old days during the
HUNDREDS of HEMNANTS accumulated "fiom our big
Clearance Sale will be put on BALE FRIDAY MORNING,
APRIL 1. To dispose of the REMNANTS quickly, wa
have .marked them at about HALF the REGULAR PRICE.
The bargains aro gathered from every department in the
Fort Street, opp.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The value of the classified ad is
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifies something that
the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To get immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin,
Distilled water dclUcrcd nt house or
office. Arctic works, phono 567.
Telephone 603 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
Call on Mlko Paton at tho Kncore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Time speut nt the Fashion Saloon is
time pleasantly spent. This place I
sometimes known ns the Two laces '
The Hawaii Herald states that C. It.
llucklainl may return, to llllo thero
to tnko up work In connection with
Ninety-eight nutomohllcs nnd eighty
flvu motor cycled nro registered on Ha
waii according to a rerort from the
Visit Juck itiiburts nt thu Kentuckj
(aloon when you want liquid rorreiOi
ment. You will get goo,! goods nnc!
courteous troatmenl there.
When not feeling right try somo of
our siphon smla with fresh ml.k, or
Pure distilled water nt tho Consolidat
ed Soda Water Works. Tel. 71.
MrR. C. I.. Dickorson for tip-todate
millinery at rcnsonablo prices, Tho
only ono that does nccordcon pleating
In Honolulu Green stamps, too, for
Prof, John M, Young, of the College
of Hawaii, hns been engaged as nn
exixrt to cxnmliiu nnd scientifically
direct the building of tho Immense
bridges ou tho Hnkalau extension of
the llllo ltnllroad, and Is now on tho
A scntenco of ono hour Imprison
ment nnd n fine of $300 was Imposed
this morning by United States Judge
Robeitson upon I., Ah I.oong, a Chi
iicko who wnn Indicted by tho United
States Grand Jury on n chargo of big
amy nnd entered a plea of guilty.
Superintendent of Public Workj
Campbell Is going to tnko up tho mat
tor of tho widening of Front Btrcct on
his arrival nt Hllo. Ha stntes that ho
Is In favor of a sidewalk on this street
at least 12 feet In width and has writ
ten to tho Hoard of Supervisors in re
gard to this matter.
Tho Herald appears to hug 'the de
lusion that tho Mcltap Stock Company
may open u senson at llllo after hav
ing finished with the extended nmiiBO-
ment program now being presented nt
tho Opera House. Tho company of
tnlented playcm may go there provided
a sultablo gunranteo Is forthcoming.
llllo newspapers offer objections to
the proposal! chnnge of sailing sche
dule for tho steamer Maunn Kca on
tho ground Hint (ho vessel will arrlvo
at Hllo at n much earlier hour and
thus prevent passengers from remain
ing nt the Hawaii metropolis but on
tho other luind encuurago them to pro
ceed Imiuullntely to tho volcano.
The verdict rondored by the coro
ner's Jury last night In tho matter of
tho Inquest over teh body of Kekai,
who wns killed by Manuel nichards
automobile Just before midnight on
Thursday, attaches no blank) to tho
driver of tha auto. Tho Inquest was
quite n lengthy ono, and there was
much evidence that tho machine wiu
traveling nt very high speed. Itlch
nrds, tbo driver, didn't testify, or glvo
tho Jury any statement at all as to
how tho accident happened!.
Through somo lincxiicctcd chango
In policy tho Honolulu Stock Ex
chango has passed a motion with
drawing from sale tho three scats
which wero to bo placed on tho mar
ket. It was expected that ono of thes
seats would bo purchased by tho First
Hllo Trust company, of which Z. K.
Meyers is executive officer. Tho chango
will mean tho holding back of busi
ness from this Island In the stock mar
ket nnd lookH like a rather non-pro-grcrBlvo
move Hawaii Herald.
The students of statp university will
form a club to promote norlal naviga
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
W1IIKI.ES3 nnPOttTS fiom Matron
Navigation vessels mcoIvc.1 last even
ing, siato that tho Hllonl.tii from Se
attle to Honolulu, was 905 miles off
tho port, steaming through light wes
terly breezes nnd smooth seas. Tho
Hllonlnii Is due to arrlvo here on Tucs-
day morning. The Ilyndcs, a MaUonchniiE, Chang Yco Om, Cheung Chung,
ircignicr, was i5is nines on aanicnln Dow Km. Chin Yow, V. D.
Francisco, meeting with clear weather
and northeast breeze and head sea ns
she steamed towards San Francisco,
Tbo Enterprise from San Frnnclsco to
Hllo wns 216 miles off tho Hawaii port
last night going through n moderate
.,P.i,.. i.. n i-. .iL
northeast breeze nnd bwcJI. Irom tho'
t.iirllno comes word that she was 1G70
nillos off this port coming from San
Francisco nnd tiavellng through light
northwest winds and smooth seas.
A CAFILE received by tho local
agents for tho Matson steamer WM
helmlna sttp thnt tho vcbbo! nnd llm
Pacific Mall liner Siberia arrived nt
San Fianclsco yesterday within four
hours of each other. The Siberia
reached tho flohlcn (late port first.
'i nit, BTEAMEIl Mniina Kca nrrlv-
Ing from Hllo nnd way ports this morn-
Ing brought a largo number of pas-
scngcrx and tho usual assortment of
freight from tho big Island. The ves-
sel met with very stormy weather on
tho homoward trip.
THE AMERICAN schooner M. E.
Foster wns hauled on thu marina rail
way this morning for a cleaning and
Remnants ot nil descriptions at
Whitney & Marsh'M vale on Monday
The largest and cheapest lot of lacei
over offered In Honolulu aro now being
shown on tho barguln tables nt Jor
dan's. Note tho spcclnl snle of white can
vass oxfords nt Manufacturers Shoo
Co. Regular $2.50 and $3..'o values on
snlo af S1.C5 a pair.
Typewriter iVj-Hirng' nt A. 13. Ar
Iclgh &' Co's. Tb'o work will bo done
by an expert nnd' jou will not bo over
charged. Any kind of typewiltcr re
paired. Tho looms at tho Hotel Majestic,
corner of Fort and Horctaula streets,
are cool, nicely furnished nnd well
cared for. This Hotel makes an ldenl
homo for single men.
Tho choicest of nil Midi wntcrs nro
manufactured by Ilycroft'n Fountain
Soda WorkB, phone 270. Send an ord
er by phono for an assortment of thj
most popular flavors.
Coca Cola Is the popular drink of
the day. Onco you try it you will al
ways want It. It has a Ilnvor that
grows on you, lloltled by Hawaiian
Soda Works, phono 516,
Those wishing to buy trimmed lints
that' they will know nro strictly styl
ish nnd In tho best of tnatu should call
at tho parlors of Slls3 Power, Huno-
IiiIub lending milliner, Doston Illock,
Women who ure after something un
usually smart In shoes will do well to
look over tho latest arrivals nt tho
Regal Shoo 8tore. All thu Regal
shoe; for women nro oxcluslvo custom
stylo and tho quarter sizes glvo u cor
Thero aro mora smart styles In
men's shoes at tho Regal Shoo Store
than In any shoe atore In town and any
man can lie nuro of n perfect lit bo-
causa me suoes aro in quarter sizes, a
groat thing when It comes to getting u
Many women hosttnto about send
ing their dellcnto garments to n laun
dry foarlng tho wear resulting from
rough usage. They need not fcol this
way nbout anything sent to tho French
Laundry, 258 Ucrctnnta street, where
all tho work Is dono by hand.
Thy following news Item appeared
In thu Issuo 'of February 17 of tho
Washington Evening Star: Tho new
edition of Webster' International Dic
tionary cdlloii by tho lato W, T. Hai
rln, former commissioner of education;
tho recent edition of Nelson's Uhjso
Leaf Encyclopedia of" American Agri
culture, wero pronounced by members
of tho District of Columbia Library
Association at a round table discus
sion last night In tho public tho most
valuable book of reference published
In 1300, William W. Bishop of tho
Library of Congress, president of the
Library nf Congress, presided.
Henry Easton Is reported by Ills phy
sician, Dr. Cooper, to bo much better
thU afternoon. Ho has recovered con
sciousness mid Is feeling a lot brighter
than he. did yesterday. Whllo ho Is
not In any Iromodiato danger, tho pa
tient has to he kept very quiet, and
for somo days in copio hn will not bo
nble tu seo anyone.
cvdi on sale at
the Bulletin otflc.
Per P. SI. S. S. China, from Hong
kong, ln Japanese ports, April 2. K.
II. Unttckhnm, M. K, flcdttll. T. Ilcrlng
ton, J. Orooksinlth, Miss B. II. Duck
Ingham, Mrs. W. S. Runner, II. Cnstlo,
Mrs. II. Cnstlo and two children, S.
W. Chang. S. T. Chang, Mrs. S. T.
Chang and two children, Miss Dorcas
Churchill, Mrs. C.
two chlldicn, Mrs.
It. 13. Collins
child, Sirs. F. A. Dlckhoff, Miss Oolda
Dlckhoff, .Miss Iloso frtinnnacz, il.
L,.V.."'... ,.'..' , , '
' ,nl""' "": "vj""'; :""'": '. .
tingn, Miss S. Iwamdtn, J. J. Johnson,
" ,. Kn.w. T' KnV,, Knm
Kwong Shlng, Mrs. I. Klcrulff, J, A.
Klmpr, E. Knlpplng, Mrs. T. Kltsukn
wa, Sirs. II. Ktino, W. J. t.cnnox, Mr 3.
W. J. Lennox, LI Kwoon Yfk, Ixik Tick
Kong, J. S. Loiinic, A. MniisDcld, It. K.
Slnnsfleld, Mrs. F. K. .McDonald It. D.
C. SIcLcod. W. P. Sillier, Mrs. J. A. Ml
her nnd Infnnt, Sirs. Sloore, C. I). Slor
ton. T. Nnkamura. ll. M. iNocK, M. ugo,
?.'" 'M; 0R0' s'r"-,n' A'tnc.rnn,d
mrvu liiiiuii;ii, mi. idiivy i-mui:ibuii, u.
C. Penny, Po Chin, Qunn Jol, Quan
I Jan, Quan (len, Quan Sluy, Qunn
'Shcc. Uov. C. W. rteeves, Sim,
Ucevcs anu inratit. Mrs. II. T.'Ilccd, I
x. Russell, T. Snlsho, Chns. Sang, Sllss
SI. Scott, Mrs. A. ShUely, Sirs. Sung
Shcc, I. Suzuki, Sirs. S. C. 8ynn, Sliss
Synn Tct En, Sirs. E. J. White, Miss
A. K. Wolff, Sllss A. M. Wolff, T. 8.
Woodward, Sirs. II. Ynno, Sllss Alma
Per P SI. 8. S. China for San Fran
cisco Sirs. C. St. Cooko, Miss Alice
Cooko, T. Cooke, Mrs. II. Watcrhousu,
Sim. N. Stiirgcni, I). E. Tnlmngo, Ill
shop E. 11. Hughes SIIbb I. Parsons,
D. W. Anderson. Mis, J. 11. Athcrton
Miss Flexman, Sllss K. Athcrton, C.
O. Warren, F. Ross, Sirs. Ross, Dr.
and Mrs. Langhome, II. E. Drodic, W.
L, Silica., Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Ma
jor nnd Mm. SIncglnnlsk Sirs. L. Creel
man, Sirs. A. Croelinnn, Vo, Cnlloway,
SUsh W. Dickpou, Mrn. C. A. Ostrom,
Stirs Leslie, MIbs II. Onlardl.
Crook, from Honolulu tor Manila
Dlx, at Manila, Jin. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila,
' March 15.
Sherman, to arrive from San Fran-
ClifCii. April 12.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for Ho
nollilu, March 23.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday. Aorll 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 1, S
n. m.: S. 8. Siberia, hence Slar. 2G,
KAIIUMJI Sailed Mar. 30: 8. 8. lly
uilos, for 8au Francisco.
Thursday, March 31.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Mar. 30, 3
p. in.: S, B. Lurllno, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Slar. 31: 8.
8. Columbian, 'for Seattle.
GAVIOTA Sailed Mar. 30: 8. S, Iloso-
craus, for Kuaunpall.
ADVERTISER IS SCORED
IN ADDRESS BY PASTOR
(Continned from Facre 1)
to ho held next July. Tho salooni
must go; tho homes must bo 'ro
tected fiom this demon alcohol,'
stated Dr. Oleson In his opening re
Uov. Oleson stated that tho morn
ing paper was advocating for hotter
regulation of tho liquor truffle, "but
what good Is bettor regulation of
this ovll If the laws nro not on
forced?" stated tho reverend .speaker,
Flonrlehlng u clipping from the
Advertiser, Dr. Oleson read passages
from thnt "Insipid sheet" pointing
out the woak stand the Advertiser
(was making In controlling the liquor
tratllc In Hawaii,
."Divorce tho !ott!e-fiolllng ovll:
strengthen the Liquor Commission,
was ono ot tho 'bleats' from u morn
ing Issun of this 'rag.' Why, every
body support Itlint- UhlB li bolng
dono nOw!" oxclalmcd Drl Oleson.
"You can't regulate liquor soiling
unless tho laws uro onforcod,"
"Hunt out the supply of. Imitation
'dago led'" was another of the
passages read from the morning
"weakling," "Why Is this not
stopped?" shouted Dr. Oleson, "You
have n regulation of the liquor traf-
I.e. Why, then, aro the luwa not en
Holding aloft tho clipping from
the Advertiser, Dr, Oleson said:
"There aro some hero this, evening
who talk unknowingly upon tho sub
ject of prohibition; among thoso are
men who, write for tho newspapers.
"Just listen to this, my friends.
and Dr, Oleson read again from the
Advertiser words to this effect: "Tho
people ot Hawaii havo already
erystallzed public thought."-
"W.l do linl Wfllll In l,nvn nrx.
tnlized thoughts; what we want are
uctive men and women who will ' w"n auss u. ueKi.ima w. i;. ini-
work lor the evtorinlnatlon of the l,ot- w- K- Co!o. c- 8- I'mler, W, T.
saloou from our midst." , I r'w' w' J- 'Howora, Ah Wun, J. Vln-
The revorend doctor ispoke brleny cont' Ir"- J' M- "flRht, D, Kuamu
about the proposed "beer gajden"a"a w'fe. N. Asdell. Thos. SIcLcod.
for the troops at Leilehua.. "Willi ntZZ ,T , ," , ,, A
h Tinii.rf o.n.. -.. oii, ReformorI wBh I could do
n 'beer garden' lo bo loented on 1
premitea? Why. tho United Hlnte'
-' 4ll .11 nil
forl.M. .... .... I .?.
-iu.ua ....j tamed, uu ll liieiiunca
Why advocate any such nonseiiBo
!i ' ' I ,
Friday, April 1.
San Frnnclsco Slerrn, O. 8. S 10
, Saturday, April 2.
Hongkong nnd Japan iiorts China,
P. M. S. 8., 9 a. m. '
Hllo tin way ports Slauna Ken,
clnir., n. in.
VE83EL8 TO ARRIVE
Saturday, April 2.
Victoria Maltal, C.-A. 8. S.
Sunday, April 3.
Maul and Slolukal poits SIIknlna,
Knunl poits Klnnu, slmr.
Port Snn Luis Sanfn Mnrln, Am
Tuesday, April 5.
Senttlo nml Tncoma llllontnn, SI.
N. S. S.
Sallnn Cruz, San Frnnclsco, Seattle
Sllssourlnn, A.-1I. 8. 8.
Wednesday,. April 6.
San Frnnclsco Lurllno, SI. N. 8. 8.
Knual Krls W. Q. Hall, stmr
Thursday, April 7.
Hawaii mm Maul ports Clniidlnc.
Friday, April 8.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 9.
Hllo nnd way ports Minna Kca
Sunday, April 10.
Maul nnd Slolokal porta Sllknhala
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, April 11.
Snn Francisco Nippon SInru, T. K,
K. 8. S.
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U,
8. A. T.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Nuvndan,'A.-H. 8. 8,
Wednesday, April 13.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, fctuir.
Thursday April 14.
Haw.ill mid Maui purln Clnudlno,
Friday, April 15.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlyo
Slant, T K; K. 8. S.
'Saturday, April 1G.
llllo and way ports Maims Kca,
Sunday, April 17.
Sallna Cruz, San Frnnclsco, Soattlu
Columbian, A.-Jl. 8. 8.
Monday, April 18.
San Francisco Siberia, P. SI. S. S
Snn Frnnclsco Wllhclmlnn, SI. N
Friday, April 22.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Per O. 8. 8, Slerrn, from San Fran
elbco, April 1. H. Dochm Mis. Iloohm
nnd Infant, A, L. llomicy. Mm. A. L.
IlGiinoy, V. do Drcttovlllo, Sirs, de
Ilrcttevllle, C, A. limns. Sirs (1. Chase,
Sllss Dorothy Chase, Mrs. E. II. Clark
and child, Claude I). Clawson, A. SI.
Culver, Sirs, Culver, Miss F, Donovan,
MUs Delia Earlu, Slis. E. II. Earle,
Sllss Vcrnu Eiulo, A. C. Oaburnncho
Sllss Slyrtlo Gorman, Sllss nrncu L.
Ilauimctt, dco. Harris Mis. Harris,
Stleu Flora Slgcl, Ralph Sloan, J. J
Sullivan, Sllss Slurgaret Thrum, E. W.
Tuckor, Sirs. O. II, Walker, V. ,S1.
Warner, Slra. Warner, SI. C. Illloy
Mrs A. E. Roberts, MUs Clara S, Rog
ors, W J, Schultz, Mrs. Schultz, C, .1,
Scllemayer, Sirs. Sollemayer, Stephen
Augustus Suwall, Sllss Mabel Moor
head, Sirs. W. E. .Murray, Reginald N.
Nowmun, C. J. Orton,C. W. Pendle
ton, Sirs. Pendleton, Sllsa Elsn Peter
son, A. U. Popo. Sirs. Arthur Roeco,
Mrs. A. Hawkosloy, Sirs. E. SI. King
and child, Capt. A. E. KnlghtB, Mrs.
KUignts,. Miss .l.ucy E. Kutz, W J
Lamb, Sirs. Lamb and tuo children,
Sllss E. L. Lewis, N, Lorcnz, E. 'Lux,
W, W. Slackay, Hun. Jno. A. .Matthew
man, Sim. Hcryford, Mr, J, Lyman and
wlfp, is. w. Stark and wife
Per stmr, Sluuna Kea, from Hllo and
way ports, April 2. Drj L. Slunson, C,
Ohmer and wife, Sirs. II. T, Urown, J.
D. Kendall, Dr J, Boattlo and wife,
Mrs. w. ChlBholm, J. C. Skinner and
wife, C. II. SlcCloud, Sllss D. Oreavos,
J. II. EWb, T. Oreavcs, O. W. White
comb nnd wjfo, Master Suphulus, F.
Dunn, O. l.enipo, F. Howes', II. I. Lib
Ho, (1 C. Hofgaard, J. W. Llndqulst
Sir. Jorgoncel, N, Yumiula, a. II, Cnsoy
nnd wife. SI. P. Slattos, O. Rcinliardt,
T. Iwamoto and daughter, J. W, Stod'
dart, 8. Clarke, J, W, Kalakaull, F. L,
Lamorcnux, -W. n. SlcCalhini, .1. D.
Easton, Dr. J. 8. II. Pratt. 8. Spllzcr.
V.,Hurd, Miss C. Rfld. Mrs. A.0:
Hawes, Sirs. Vi Keaka and child, doo
Chew Kong, (loo Kee, Cheo Kong
Hltiff II. L. HnlBteln, Jr., 0. C. Aklna
nnd daughter, K. H, Nalhll, P. II. Kn
clcniakulo, L. Avllla mid son, J, P,'
Cookctt, F, Horses and wife, NoJIchl,
' 8. Take, N, FukudR, L. Welnzholmer,
ui. iiaiiiiinu, UPJ. 1JUI1I1; Jr J( J,
Uelser, Envoy aiandler, SIIbs F, E.
lHniB, f. II. 1'eCK. llO l-on, SUBS
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""" " Friday, April I.
Mnul and Hawaii ports-Clntidlno,
stmr., 5 p. in.
Knual ports Kcauhou, s:nir o;j,
VE33ELS TO DEPART
Saturday, April 2.
8an Frnnclsco Chlnn, P. SI. 8. S.,
5 p. in.
Australian ports via Suva Slaltal,
C.-A, 8. 8., p. m.
Monday, April 4.
Kauai portB Niieauslmr.
Tuesday, April 5.
Slnul nnd Molokal ports Sllkahalii.
Knnnl ports Klnau, stmr.
Hllo via way ports Mnuua Ken,
Wednesday, April 6.
San Francisco Slerrn, O. S. S 10
Thursday, April 7.
Kninl ports W. (1. Hnll, utinr.
Friday, April 8.
Ban Francisco Slanchtirla, P. SI.
Hawaii and Maul ports Clniidlnc,
Monday, April 11.
vJnpan ports nnd Hongkong Nippon
Mnru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Kauai poi ts Nocati, stmr.
Tuesday, April 2.
Son Frnnclsco l.ui lino, SI. N. 8. 8.
Snn Francisco Sheridan. U. 8. A. T.
llllo and way porta Sluuna Kca,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Mnul and Molokn! ports Slifrahaln,
Thursday, April 14.
Knual jMjrtn W. IS. Hall. stmr.
Friday, April 15.
San FrunclBCO Chlyo Maru.T. K. K.
8. S. .
Maul and Hawaii ports Clniidlnc,
Saturday, April 16.
Sail Frnnclsco Novadan. A.-H. 8. 8.
Monday, April 18.
Japan ports and Hongkong Siberia,
P. SI. 8.8.
Saturday, April 23.
Snn Francisco Asia, P. M. 8, 8.
Tuesday, April 26.
Japan ports and Hongkong China.
P. M. 8. S.
Per stmr. Claudlne, fur Hawaii nnd
Mnul. ports, April I. Sllss A. Town
send, Sirs. M. SI. Cooko. K. Itocndnlil,
H. S. Clark. D. Wadsworth. A, Wads
worth, Fannlo Slolr. Slabcl Taylor, J.
Hind, L. Williams, II. Hind, O. Hind.
H, Ilond, K. Bond, Sirs. Murphy O. N.
Peavcy. Mrs. Ponvcy. St. Ilcnton, H,
T. Hollmnn. D. H. Hitchcock, Chas.
Pogiio, 11. Hitchcock.
Per stmr. Slatinn Ixia, for Kona and
Kan ports, April L Sllss Eaton Chns.
Ony, SInrston Campboll, Slarston
Campbell, Jr.. Governor W. F, Frear,
A. Olbbs, N. Fano, James MorBO, Sllss
K. Wight. E. B. Sanborn.
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Slauna Kea, for Hllo
and wuy ports, April C C. J. Day,
Mrs. C. J. Day, Miss I. Inncs, 8nm
Parker, SI. Hunnowoll, Allco Nawal.
F. E. Hudson. Mrs. Hudson.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knual ports,
April 5. Francis aay, SI. Slassoly,
Dr. W. Hoffmann, Mrs. Hoffmann.
Por O. 8. 8. Sierra for San Franqls
co, April 6, Sir. nnd SIih.,8. a. Young,
Sirs. E. Kurtz, Sir. nnd Sirs. T. Weir,
Sir. nnd Sirs. E. C. Perrlne. Sirs. A.
Thompson, Sir. nnd Sirs. W, T. Lucas,
Sllss 11. Carrn, Sirs. E. C. Carra, Sllss
Abrams, Sirs. Frlodlnndcr. , Mrs, Do
Knight. Sir. and Sirs. J. C. Colin, S!rn.
V. E. Collins, Sirs. A. Sullivan, Dr. and
Sirs, Stovln, Sir. nnd Sirs. I). II. Caso.
Mr. and Sirs. W. T. Dell, Sirs. O. Tag
gart, Sirs. Knox, Sirs. Poxley, Sim. C.
A. BlnlBdell, Sllss UlalBdcll, Sir.
and Sim. A. Waldron, Sarah
(1, noggs, Mr and Mrs. J. II. Roso,
Sim. A. Klemmo, Sim. 1. Innes, A. Lano
T. H. Peck, M. 11. Weinberg. Mrs. .1.
II. Clark. Sirs. O'Connell. A. T. Henry.
Sim. F, Ei Dennis. Sirs. B. II Rpen
cer. Sim. J. H. Clarko, N. W. Piitman.
II. II. Putmnn.
Per SI. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for San
Frnnclsco, Apr. 12 F. SI. 8wnnr.y.
Sirs. Swanzy, Sllss Swanzy, Sirs. Slat
tory, Sim. Jordan, Sirs. Slurphy, Oco.
W, Peary, Sirs. Peary. Mr, and Mrs.
Slears, Sirs. D. Anconn, Sim. Mongol.
Daniel Smith, Dnvld Slamka. Jns.
flrnwoll. Mrs. J. J, Carey, SI. Fisher.
Sim. Fisher, Sir. 81attory, J, A. C.
Peterson, Harry Clark, Sirs, E, N.
Englohardt. Sllss M. Kng'chardt. II.
(Joodalo, Mrs. W. W, Goodalo, Miss
Clurn Frank, Sllss C. A. Carter, Mint
K. Athorlon Sirs. J. 11. Attierton E, T.
I'nraons, Sirs. Parsons, Sllss D. Greav
es, SIIbb 8. Flaxman, F, J. Vlerro, Mrs.
Vlerra, Sir. und Sirs, II. II. Christian,
W. P. Thomas, Sim. W. P. Thomas
Malls are rue at Honolulu from
points aa follows:
Ban Francisco Per Lurllno, April 0,
Yokohama Per China, April 2.
Vancouver Per Slnltnl, April 2.
Colonics Per Slnkura. April' 26.
Malls will depart for tho following
pojnts as follows:
Sun Francisco Per China. April 2.
Yokohama Per Nippon Morn. Apr, 11
Colonlos Per. Slaltal, .April 2. '
Vnncouver Per Slnkura, April 20.
The San Francisco nnii(- .
' aon have taken tho lid off rtna-nt..
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