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EVENING nULt.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. II. THURSDAY, APtt. 7, 1910.
Honolulu First Deflrco,
Honolulu Chapter, n. A. M.
Hose Croix llcgular.
Hawaiian -Second Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of me
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend ruectlngi of lornl lodges
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
at K. T. Hull
7.30 T. M.
liinuir riiKiiirrnet .'icmnvu 01
i i MAninc cnuinccnj n(i,.r ...
(ENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor-
, dially invited.
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Mecta even Montla) cenlng nt
.7:30 In I. O. O 1' Hall, l'ort Street
E H HENDRY. Kecntar).
. : II. K McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers cry lordl'ilfy
.-OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of TV
Meets every first mid third I'rl-
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of I'. Mull,
corner Iort and llcrelniiln. Milling
brothers inrdlally Intltcil to attend.
VM IONES, C. O.
O. I' lli:iNU, K. It. 3. '
HONOLULU L0U0E 010, B. V. O.E.
lloiiolillii Lodgo No. 010, II. 1'. O.
Elks, meets In their hull, mi Kins
l-f'fltreet, ne.ir Fort, every Friday even-
iiii. visiting i.rotners nro coruiniiy
Invited to nttond.
K. A. DOUTHITT, n. 11.
II. (1. HASTON", Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every llrst nnd third Thurs
days ( ench month nt Knights of
1'jthhis Halt. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited Id attend.
P. IIKHJINS, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of It.
s"3i0N0LULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
" Mcclu on the 2nd nnd 4th WED-
tf. NRSDAY evenings of each month at
i:jo ncinu. in i. 01 1'. nil n, corner
"wfleretanl,i unci Fort streets.
' t. Visiting Eagles nro Invited to nt-
w. n. kiley, v. r.
! VM. O. McCOY. Sec.
Wm. McKinlcy LodKe, No. 8, K. of P
p.. . iii'in rivij Mini uiiii itu cmuinmv
P. evening at 7-30 o'clock In K,f P.
l; Hall, cor. l'ort nnd llcrotanln. "Visit-
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II A TAYLOR. C. C.
U. A. JACOBSON, K. It. S.
: , i
' WHEN IN NEED OF
pf any description
: Phone 410
- PAPER HOUSE
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
' Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. Q. GUILD - Manager
fStop Paying Rent
?j') HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
k-lTll.,... KKt CI TLf-Ml.n..l C4
X .' . $500 to $15,000
V H0MEB FOR SALU Tn different
parts of town nnd near town. Easi
HOUSES FOR RENT
83 Merchant St. TcJflfl
jpljr BUULtflN AL'a PAY
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Wednesday, April 6.
II 11. llnyilcn. Snu Francisco.
Tuctciay, April 5.
Lieut. J. K. Hume, Fifth Cavalry;
Lieut. A I.. James riftli Cnvnlry; W.
W. (Inodalo. Walal'in. Mr. mid Mrs. V.
do llreltovlllc, San Fi.mclsco; S. T.
Wednesday, April 6.
Mr ,ind Mrs W. I.. ArniHtions, Lc.
lelui'. I I. I'lark. Los Angeles, Cut
Tuesday, April 5,
J I" IM" arils. John Enci.
Sanlaiy plumbing iippllnnccs con
structed on the most approved lines
will he lound lit t no shop ol the Pio
neer number John fou. 182 Mer
chant St , near Alakca.
The art of picture framing, nnd It
Is Indeed ah art U understood at Our
io) 's Limited. Iheio you can secure
artistic flames that will bring out the
strong points of our picture.
The most lerfcct talking machine.
thu Vlctoi, wit nil the latest records,
is lor snio nt tiiu iiergstrom .music w,
If von have not a Victor In your homo
yoji arc iiilsilug a lot of pleasure.
LIEUT JILMORE IN
To promote Interest, enthusiasm
and speed for n worthy object, tho
offlccrs of the local corps tialvatlou
Army havo started a contest lor thu
Tho funds raised will bo iuvoted a
share each to missionary and the local
corp's needs, the goal being flva hun
Mls3 Mcutcnntit Wllmoro will be
cuntaln of thu self denial ship Cour
age, while Miss Atljti ant llryant will
be cnntnln of the rivHl boat Dauntless.
Ihu nrst to load In u catgo of halt tho
self-denial target will be winner. Thu
latest sailing date will be April 24th
though It Is hoped tho cargo may be
nil loaded lu by' it week cunler
B peel a I public meetings, showing
with living pictures thu work of tho
iirmy In-.-illffcrent depiirtmcutH In Ho
nolulu, will lo held In tho army hall
upstairs, corner of King street and
Nniianunveiiuo. A caitoon showing
how thu luntllng of tho self-denial car
go Is progressing will bo a featuro at
Tho colois gf tho rival boats aro
lavender for Courage, Captain Wll
moro, and l Ink tor l.auntlcss. Captain
Aiijono helping to load In cargo to
tho:amounl of fifty dollars will bo
awarded a largo hand-palntcd bow of
ribbon, tho color of tho sldo they help.
This will bu n rcpiodiictlou on a larg
er scale of the small ribbon badges
by thu captains and crews of tho rival
Denver is planning to put Its sn
loons In n "wet zone." Why not
In nn Intemperate zone? Chicago
ALGER0BA BEAN MILL
The Only Successful
Mill in Operation
C. W. RENEAR, Manager
Special Sale of
For Four Days Only
All High-Grrade Goods at a Great
Saving Over Regular Prices
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and'
April, 6, 7, 8, 9
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The result- of the next count of
ballots in the California-Yoscraitc
contest will be published in tomor
row's (Friday) Evenin" Bul
letin. Telephone 603 to havo Laundry
called for and delivered quick
lino copperplate engraving and
pi luting nt Ileakbuno's. Fort ttrel.
Arctic Soda. I.elthcad and Wood
ward, phono C7, 1263 Miller street.
Don't mlsB tbo Rebedak mnsquerado
ball Saturday" night at K. of I'. hall.
A, A. Young, wife nnd fnmily depart
ed yeslordky on tho Sierra for a visit
to tho coast.
Thero will bo n meeting of tho
Board of Agriculture and Forestry at
2 in. today In tho Capitol.
.Mr. Chllllngwor h has been appoint
ed stenographer for tho Mntil Circuit
Court. In place or Miss l.va Sclioitz.
Tlmo spent nt the Fashion baluou Is
time pleasantly upent. This pi.ieo Is
sometimes known ns the Two Jncvs
Ah Seeri, who saw ronio gamblers nt
work, had a charge against htm nolle
prosscil nt tho Police Court this morn
ing Thoro will ho a birthday party at
tho Walklkl Inn this ucnlng, nnd It
will bo In honor of the third natal day
of "I.lttlo niily."
Thoro is no cracker Just ns good as
Paradise. Your grocer will supply
you 10 000 freo sample pnekages will
be distributed hero next week.
tiMt .i.hk uiibeiu ul tho Kentucky
.il(Min when you winil llqiild rofresh
rnent. You will gel good goods and
courteous trnstnienl thoro.
Chew Fong, who is charged with
selling opium without n license, had
his case sent over till April 15. 111.4
bonds were fixed nt SIOO.
Among tho pasbengcrs booked for
Mntif por's by tho steamer Claudinn.
salting tomorrow evening. Is nishop
Restnrlck nnd Judge A. N. Kcpolk.il.
American Steam Laundry does deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
Indies' dresses. Clothes cleaned nnd
prcstcd. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 503.
Thp Auto Livery Co. Phone , Is now
tinder tho management of Qtilnii, Itc'.i
and Qulnn, eleven first class 7-seated
cars; Pnckards, Thomas-Flyers, etc.
Hound tho Islnnd trips u specialty, 0
passengers, $40.00. Ilest city ser
vice. RUSSIAN CAMP AT IWILEI.
(Continued from Pace 1)
to relieve the situation somewhat.
One condition which obtains Is
that thero seems to bo a fairly good
supply of money among tho Immi
According to the looks of things
nt -tho .present time, sanitary con
ditions will havo to bo put In force
at the camp In short order.
Off For Kauai.
A i roro of Russian Immigrants, nv
lilontty becoming tired und disgusted
ut tho Jlfe of exposure und monger
sustenance afforded nt tho Improvised
camp ht Iwllel, wended their way to
the labor recruiting station of tho Ha
wallan Sugar Planters' Association
Theso iicoplo had an animated con
feienco with tho officials In rharge.
Recruiting , Agent Pcrclstrouso was
rrescnt and during n ixirtion of tho
Interviews with tho Russians, nctod
Pcrclstrouso signified his belief tha
tho slttiution Is much improved nnd
that within a fow wceka tho majority
pf tho immigrants will take up work
on tho various Island plantations.
Nino Russians were sent to Maka-
well Plantation on Tuesday evening.
They represent what Is bellovcd to
ho tho ndvanco guard of a largo num-
ocr wlio have expressed a prcforonco
or mnaing incir homes on tho Island
Tho delegation which has Just left
for tho Garden Island will In a mons-
uro spy( out tho land, and It Is upon
their report that tho remainder will
base their futnro action.
Thosq who found their way to tho
rianters- sticd this morning took with
them al tlielr personal effects and bo
longings. They had not been assigned
to plantations at noon today.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 856.
Virr.l Rnnm Vhnn IBS
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
WA811INC1TON, Ma.clt 23, -tlcpro-Bontatlvc
McLachlau of Cahfu.nl.l list
been making some Inquiry thlJ wt-ei:
nt tho War Department in legard to
tho availability of army iransi.utB for
service In nn extension or tne istn
mlnn canal steamboat line. Ha en
teua.ns the project of a gov rnment
servlcd between Pnnania and san
Francisco similar to that from Now " ?."""" VVTi..,
York to tho Isthmus. At present thero " "f"'"" " ho plnoai-ple district,
aro no steamers under tho control ot and the fir y nt onco secured a ma
the Isthmian Canal Commission which c"u,la,r!!1i"Li ..,. t.,r
could bo used for this purpose nnd "'" Io icmrnih;;cd t at thrco
thero arS only two vessels of tho army " " '"" " "rlllsh ship
transport service which may be con- while she was In port, and no trace
slderod suitable In this connection. In " been found or them since they left
any event It requires legislation to lhc vessel till this afternoon,
ninko available those nrmy transports
on this projected Pnclflc rou'o. Tho J REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
mllltnry ntithorltles hae refused to
commit themselves In an endorsement Entered for Record, April 6, 1910, from
of tho proposed legislation until It m , 1S3 "i. to 4:30 p. m.
hnii i,o ci,i,,iu..,i in thn iisiimI wuv. Trent Trust Co. Ltd. to John W.
for Mm Dennrlmelit nllilinent I
CAPTAIN HAND. U S. A., quarter-
master-captain of tho transport Sher
man has been missing from his ship
for the last three days says tho San
Francisco Chronicle. It was said that
detectives of tho local pollco forcu
wnrn unflri-hlnfr fnr tiltn l.lt'tnrH Ittld
toioL-mm. Iivb iipnn eeiiintilntlnir st
the nrmy transport dock for Captain
Hand hut tho officials have been nn-
nblo to ascertain the wherenbouts of
tho nrmy otllcor and all Inquiries havo
fiono tinanswerotl. Members of tho
ship's company were unable to gWo n
reason for tho captain's prolonged nb-l
sence. ntir coti'd tiioy say when no
would return iwr'i.n tivnn'i" -i.'
tho rounds of tho different hotels of
tho city .Iriqhl'r'ing lor lapum ...in..
Ho wns later found nt a Mason street
MAUI FRKIOHT was brought to tho
port by thu Inter-Island steamer Claud
Inc this morning. Tho list Included
2600 sacks sugar E2 sacks corn, 200
packages sundries und a shipment of
hogs. The Interlslnnd vessel met
with stoTrtiy weather on tho home
ward trip. In addition to a largo ntim-i
ber of cnbjn passengers. B2 deck pas-
scngers arrived. The Clatidlno towed
tho schooner Hr-OMVrlffht, sugar lad-
en from Hnna. The schooner U bound
for San Trancktco.'i'
KAHULUI 8H1PPING include!! tho
following vessels, iiicconllug Io n re
port brotigh't by the stcaiuor Clatidlno.
Tho American, schooners Admiral ami
Turner, and till i' W P. Fryo. Tho
tressed Turner oft tho Kahitlul roofs
on las Saturday V her lino parted
...., ..!-. '..,. ..t,.
almost iinmeuiaici,y ancr irkiiik uoiii
and tho Cbtiidlnr wns unable to get
another hawser to tho strandod
ADVICES IIHCKIVED hero aro to
tho effect that tho United States urmy
transport Wnrrcn which tins been
undergoing nn cxtensjvo rebuilding nt
Shanghai, China has left tho North
China pmt and is duo to arrive at Ma
nila by April 10. While In tho hands
of tho shlpbulldera the Warren has
been thoroughly overhauled. She has
been especially fitted for tho carrylug
of refrigerated cargo,
t.-nim vpcopi a .,.-.. .lle..tin.l.-
or taking on carco nt Hllo nt the tlmo
of the departure ot tho Intcr-lslaiid
steamer Clatidlno for this port. Tho
bark mtiict nnd schooners o, m, Kci- ui Hanks . .
logg and Tarus and the . Matson steam- Frnctlonn i.n,)cr Cur
er hnterpilso nro reported thero. Purs- vlckoln uiid
er KlbllVig also reports tho American- r,e"'' 'NKK0IH' un"
Hawaiian freighter Mexican ns taking' -ents
on n shipment ot sugar at tho Hawaii Lawful Money Reserve
port. I jn Bank, viz. :
m ISpo.lo ...,$a7D,71G,10
PURSER JAMES LOOAN of tho Legal-tender
steamer W. O, Hnll arriving from notes . 175,00
?'"'. 'Wy':h I ,"B; ncdemptlon fund with
Island: K..S. M., 7950: G. & R., G270;
M. A. K., 29,150; McD 18110! K. P.,
10,930: P. 10,008; H. M, 13 673; G. F.,
171; K. S. Co., 2200; M. 8. 27,000; W.,
iiEBn,A.iii;i w. u. i an nns nr- Capital stock paid In..
rlvcd from Kauai ports with n shlp-la..,.,.!,,, ,.
ment of 5500 sacks sugar, and 20 pack-1 ' , A ., V,' " ,'"
ages sundries. Tho vessel met with' U",lv,'Ie(1 ' rofltH' e
exceedingly rough weathor on botlil Il'onses nnd Taxes
tho outward and Inward voyugo. Thoro ' I'ald . . , , ,
has been consldorablo rain along thu, National Hank Notes
maar. n. ..... ..a n aa a. .
coast of. tho Garden .Island.
TWKNTY-FIVE DAY3 was con
sumed In tho'assago up tho coast by
tho American hark Olympic, which
vessel arrived at San Francisco yes
terday after having discharged a gen
oral cargo nn dtnkeu on a shipment of
sugar at Knanapall'.
TUB AMERICAN baikenilno La
halna with u shipment of coal, is re
ported to havo sailed from Newcastle,
N. 3. W. on last Tuesday. Tho voa
io! brings fuel to tho ortlor of Hind,
Rolph & Company,
ACCORDING to a cabio received
through the local branch of tho Mer
chants' Exchange, tho Toyo Klsen KbI
sha , liner Chlyo Maru sailed from Yc
Kt)ha,rifavfor Honolulu and Ban Fran
OIL NOW en riUe, ftom tho coast
to tho Hawaiian Islands by the
American steamer Rosecrans, will bo
discharged at Kiianapall. Tho vessel
Is not expected tp call nt Honolulu.
THK AMERICAN oil tanker Santa
Mnrla which Iihh been discharging n
Shipment of fuel oil at this port, Is
ready fofr sea'and Is expected to sail
for Port Ban Luis. this afternoon.
AT TUN O'CLOCK Inst ovonlng Ihn
American oil (anker Ilosecrans wrin
two bundled nud olghty miles off tho
liort of Knniiijp.ili, Tim vessel Ja
brlnglnj n Bhlpment ot fuel oil.
MAY BE CAUGHT
Marshal Hendry and Chief McDttfllo
left I nan automobile for Wnhlnwn
""?"; ",ZLl r."A""MiS.
r" .'"".." A..... ..":: '.T. .
! John W. Culdwo.l and wf to Ucorgo
1 II. Pnul D
Oco. II. Paul and wf to Hank of Hit
wall. Ltd M
John It. Ntiucs nnd wf to M. .1. Tn
varcs . D
M. J. Tnvarcs and wf to Hnnk of
Hawaii, Ltd M
Charles W. Ilooth und wf to John
' " Schnack to Woug ; Hoy ..Agrnit
Q- A. It. Smith to J. J. Drummond.CM
ht' 'f August Dreler by Tr to Geo.
..."J" . '.'.": ..D
Lllknpckn K. Matsiigoro and hsb to
Mariano J. Ilorges .............. .11
'""" . iKes iu juou .uuii
goro , , D
Entered tor Rscord April 7, 1910, from
8:33 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
W. II. Hoog nnd wf to J. Knit-
Yong Kwoug Tat to W. Tin Ynn..ltol
W. Tin Yon to II, L. Kahale.tahi I)
L, ICnnnmu Awul and hsb to Tsulan
V. Choy , D
,. nnn.n -
"""i11 " A .,. Vlu;" "
"" rmai aaimaan aana
, OF HAWAII, AT HONOLULU, IN
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
MARCH 29, 1910.
overdrafts, socured and
"'' , ""!'
U. S. .llondslto securo,
cliculatlon ;. . , 250,000.00
U, 8. Ilonds to securo
U. 8, Deposits . . . .
Other Ilonds to securo
U. S. Deposits ....
Ilonds, Securities, etc.
Customers' Liability on
Letters of Credit . .
Due from State and
Prlvato Hanks and
Hankers, TritBt Com
panies, und Savings
Duo from approved Ho-
Checks ai.d other Cash
Items .,,......,.. 10,187.211
Notes of other .Nation
V. 8, Treasurer lo
of circulation ....
Due .to approved llo-
serve Agcpts .......
Dividends unpaid ....
Individual deposits sub
ject .to check
Demand certificates of
Cashier's checks out
Unled States deposits.
Deposits of U. 8. dis
bursing olllcers ,,,. ,
Travelers .and Commer
cial Letters of Credit
Territory of Hawaii,
Oitv and County of Honolulu. :
I. L. T. Peck. Cashier of the above-
named bank, tlo solemnly Bweur that
the ubove statement Is true to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
L. T. PECK, Cashlor,
OEO. P, CA8TLE, .,
M. P. nOIHNSON,
Suhscrlbeil nnd sworn to beforo
mo this 7th tiny of April, IU10.
F. I FERNANDEZ,
) ARRIVtD jt DEPARTCD J
Thursdiy. April 7,
Hawaii ami Mnut loitJ-Cl.iudlno,
stmt-., a. m.
VE88EL3 TO ARRIVE
Friday. April 8.
Ilongkohg nnd Jnpan ports Man-
'"". ''' ? S' ?
Saturday. April 9,
Hllo and way ports Minna Ken
Sunday, April 10.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlknhaln,
Kauai liorts Klnnti. stmr.
Monday, April 11.
San Francisco Nippon Marti, T. K.
K. S. S.
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U.
8. A. T.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Novadan, A.-H. 8. S,
Wednesday, April 13.
Kauai ports W. (I. Hall, tdmr.
Thursday April 14.
Hawaii nnd Maul iKirta Clatidlno,
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlyo
Marti, T. K. K. S. S.
Saturday, April 16.
Hllo and way ports Mntttiu Kca,
Sunday, April 17.
Sallnn Cruz, San Francisco, Scattlo
Columbian, A..1I. fl. S.
Monday, April 13.
Sun Francisco Siberia. P. M. S. S
Tuesday, April 19.
San Francisco WUhelmlnn, M. N
Friday, April 22.
San Francisco Sierra. O. 8. S.
IN FOREIGN PORTi
Thursday. April 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 7:
Ilktnc Oltninlc. from Knannnall.
, IHLO Airlvcd (no date): Bch. O. M.
Kellogg, from Grays Harbor.
HILO Arrived (no dale): S. S. Enter
prise from San Francsco.
HILO Snllcil1 April 0: S. S. Mexican,
for Sallnn Cruz,
MARlrJES MUST GO
HOME IN THE DARK
Four hundred men stationed nt
ffimit Vif 1' tniiul rxitit In tin ii twr hittno
I. - - "-T I Tt"
In the dark If they persist in loavlng l,i'rl,L,,A''r".,
'tho iK.st after nightfall. Siipcrvlstfri;.' .,', W,
ijuinii nns presented n minority rcKrl
In tho matter of Installing two electric
arc lights on Ala Moana road. Tho
marine ofllcors sent n petition to May
or Fern asking for a light at tho Ho
nolulu lion woiks and another placed
near tho Union Feed Company's plant.
Qulnn contends that tho city haa
already spent too much money nn tho
Improvement und biantlflcatlnu of
roadwnts which lead to the several
near-by army posts. Ho declares th.it
it halt should bo called,
Ilillldlng and Plumbing Inspector
Mlchlstcln hns tiled a report with
Mayor Fern. giving details of tho bus
iness dono through his olfice for tho
month of March. Plumbing plans
filed, 84; permits issued 81; plumbing
completed, 78; fixtures Installed, 107;
sower connections. 19; Inspections
made. 1G7; fees collected, $108.00.
CH1CAOO, March 24. Tho minis
Iter who forsnkes sensationalism for
uiL-uiugy hub iiu piucu iii me (impii
today, according to Professor Wil
liam O. Sumner, of Yulu University
Mis vlows are set forth In the Ame
rican Journal of Sociology, Issued
yesterday from the University of
"People don't care what the lllblo
says any more, ns the morality ot
this book wns, written for the un
dent days," Is another -assertion of
Professor Sumner, Ho insists that the
authority of tho Dlble does not lit
In well with tho morality of this
"Nobody over has done what tho
lllblo say's," Professor Sumner
writes, "What men always have
dono, It they tried to do right, was
to conform to the morals of the group
and tho time."
On the subject of sensationalism
In the pulpit, Professor Sumner says;
"The pulpit as an Institution no
longer speaks with authority. It tries
to persuade, and to do this It has-to
aim at popularity. It wants to attract
attention llko hooks, the theater, tho
lecture platform aid It ling to havo
recourso, llko them, to sensational
methods to win success."
An Indiana woman hired, u tramp
to chop, her wood and then discovered
that he vas her long lost husband
Hereafter the probably will chop her
own wood. St, Paul I'loncer Press.
."Is aur wife receiving today?"
"I don't know whether sho's receiv
ing or giving," replied Mr, Wiggins.
"She's playing bridge whist."
Judging fiom tho way they aro go
ing nflor It, ti Morgan-Guggenheim
Interests regard Alaska nH tho lull
which rods with the hide. Chicago
"For Sl" eardi at BulUtln.
Wednesday. Apill il.
Portland, Ore. Itjgja, Nor. stmr.o
p. tn. ,
. Thuridaj, April i.
II ilnnokivn nnd Kuktilh.t.'le- -l.lltellko.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday. April 7.
Kntml ports W. 0. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, April 8.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
1 In wall und Maul porlB Claudliic,
Saturday, April 9.
Snllna Cruz via Port Allen, Knhtiliil,
nnd Hllo Mlssoprlan, A.-H. S. H.
Monday, April 11.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Nippon
Marti. T. K. K. S. 8.
Kauai porta Noeati, a'mr. v
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Lurllnt', M. N. S, II,
Snn Francisco Sheridan, IT. 8. A. T.
Hllo nud way ports Manna' Ko.i.
ttmr. ' '
Kauai ports Klnau, tmr.
Mnul and Molokal poits Mlltahala,
' Thursday, April 14.
Knunl ports W. O. Hall, stmr,
FrldayAprll 15. "
Run Francisco Chlyo Marti, T. K. K.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlnc,
Saturday, April 16.
San Frnnclsco Noviidan, A.-H. S. 8.
Monday, April 18.
Japan, ports nnd Hongkong Siberia,
P M. S. S.
Saturday. April 23.
San Francisco Asln, P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, April 26.
Japan (mrts and Hongkong China
P. M. 8. 8.
Per stmr. Claudlnu. from Hawaii
nnd Maul ports April 7. Mrs. 8. C.
Train, It. 8. F. Durston. W. A. Yeats.
Mis. D. H. McOrcgor, Mrs. C. .Aknii,
Airs. W, H. Mcdelros. Miss F. Molr,
Mrs. S. Plcrro, Mrs. Colquhoiiu C. It.
Collins. V. A. St. Sure, .1. J. Walsh,
W. O. Hall, D. S. Austin, Father Fran
cis C. J. Austin Mrs. S. 8. Austin.
Per stmr. W. O. Hnll, from Kauai
April 7. Rev. W. Short, Mrs.
rs. .1. Peters. Miss Cech-
crl, Mrs. Wagner, H. Rush, P, Coney,
II, Armltage, Mrs.. 13. Peters. ,
' Per slmr. Mnuna Ken, for Ullo and
way iorts. Mrs. J. Van llnulen, Miss
Rcnny Cation, E. Laugor. A. L. Slot
son, Mrs. Stetson. W. Lanz.
Per M. N, S. 8. Lurllno for San
FranclBco, Apr. 12 F. M.1 Swnnzy.
Mrs. Swnnry, Miss Swauzy, Mrs. Slat
tery, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, (!co.
W, Peary, Mrs. Peary, Mr, and Mrs.
Mears, Mrs. D. Anconu, Mrs. Mongol,
Daniel Smith, David Munnkn. Jas.
Crowcll, Mrs, J, J. Carey, M. Fisher.
Mrs. Fisher. (r. Slattory, J. A. C.
Peterson, Harry Clark, Mrs. E. N.
Engtehardt, Miss M. Engtehardt, II.
Goodalo. Mrs. W. W. Uoodalc, Miss
Clarn Frank. Miss C. A. Carter, Miss
K. Athcrton, Mrs'. J. D. Atherton E. T.
Parsons, Mrs. Parstfns, Miss D. Greav
es, Miss S, Flaxman," F. J. Vlcrrn, Mrs.
Vieira, Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). Christian,
W. P. Thomas Mrs. W. P. Thomas
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Mnul nnd
Hawaii ports, April 8, Mrs. Mur
phy, Mrs. Ponvey, M. llenson, Mrs.
C. II. Dcsky, Miss J, Massoy.
Per stmr. klnau, for Kauai port.),
April 12, Marshall Darrarh. ,V. II.
Klce, Mrs. nice, Miss E. lllco.
Per stmr. Mauna Lna, for Kona
and Kau ports, April 12. Gov. W.
F. .Frear, Mnrstou Campbell, Mrs. J.
A, 'Young, Miss Stone.
Mails are cue at Honolulu from
points ns follows;
San Frnncleco Per Nippon ' Maru,
Yokohama Per Manchuria, April 9,
Vancouver Per Maramn, April 29,
Colonies Por Makura, April 2G.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as follows:
Snn Francisco Per .Manchuria, Apr, 9,
Yokohama Por Nippon Maru, Apr, 11.
Colonies Por Marama, April 29,
Vancouver rcr Mukura, April 26,
Crook, from Honolulu tor Manila,
Dlr, at Mnnlla, Jan. 20.
Logan, arrived at Manila Apill 3,
Sherman, to arrlvo from Ban Fran
cisco, April 12.
Shprldan, sailed from Manila for Ho
iiolulti, March 23,
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Ko
auhoit from Kaloa and Kauai ports,
hi ought 3400 sacks sugar and a quan
tity of sundries. Fresh winds nnd
moderate seas prevailed,
THE AMERICAN schooner Alexand
er, with n shlpmont of Pacific Coast
lumber. Is reimrtod in havo sallPd from
Eureka yestordny, with destination aa
THE CANAIHANiAUSTRAI.IAN Un
er Marnmn. sailing fiom this port on
Mairh 30, hna nrihod nt Victoria.
Bulletin Businesa Ofhx-e Phow 250,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 1BJ,
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