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Masonic , Temple
Honolulu Commnndcry ReQ.
ular 5 p. m.
Oceanic Tint Degree.
All visiting tncmben of tbo
Order uro cordially luvtted to
nltcud meetings or Iocbi lodges
Mett un the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
IIIDIUP runmrrnpi MCniUCfS 01
mminc cnuinccna 0ther Ann.
IENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mccta every Monday evening nt
, 7:30 In 1. O. 0 F Hall. Port Streot
K. It HENDRY, Secrctarj.
II. 13 McCOV, Noble Grand.
All UUIiis brothers verj curdlall
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K, of P.
... Meets every first mul tlilrd" 1T-I-day
evening at 7.30 in K. of 1. Hall,
corner Port nml Berctnnla. Visiting;
brothers cordially invited to attend
WM JONES, C. ti.
O. 1' HEINE, K. n. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. I. 0.
EIKb, meets In their hall, on Klne
Street, near Port, ovcry Friday ovon
Ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to nttcml.
15. A. DOUTII1TT, 13. It.
II. 0. I3ASTON, Scc'y.
'HAWAJIAN.TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Mcots ever) first and third Thurs
dajs of each month at Knights of
I'ythl.iH Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially I in It I'd to attend. .
1'. IIKiOINS, Sachem.
p i:. v. touu, o. of n.
r? HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
i Meets on llio 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each monlh-nl
7:30 o'cloil. In K of P. Hall, cornor
Dcrctunla and Port streets.
.t Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. ' W. IX. RILEY, W. P.
'. WM. 0. McCOV. Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Moots cvor 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor Port nnd Ilorelnnlu Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
II A TAYI.011, C. C.
13 A JCOIISON, K. H. 8.
Free Sample e"
You'll get it promptly
and it will settle the.
roofing problem fdr
ou. You neer lav
that quality before at
Ml RW ",a T'i" .When
ivour order comet, jou
(will like it ttill better
(The perfect rolls, no
flans or nuk spots,
Twith the ends care
fully nrotecteJ, male
'every inch of the roofing available.
No wasto trimmings, no broken
.)gt on Congo Roofing:
Write 'for the Samolol
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
177 So. Kinp; Street
EEGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Pau Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
WE HAVE WITH 118
AT THE YOUNG.
Thursday, April 14.
Mr unit Mm 0,V Shingle, 13, 0.
Thursday, April 14.
MrB 13 I. Poole, Mnul, Miss Vorn
Poole Mnul, Mr Clement Poole,
Mnul, II P Iloblnson, Hull, F-ag ;
II Kcciic Mnul
A notice In ro water rntcs appear
In i his Itsuc
New skirts Jut rtcelvcl b Whit
nev . Marsh
The plumbing mul nic'al work of
I nil n Null tho pioneer plumber, 182
Merchant stici't H of tho highest
qiinllt) and nlwajs glws entire sat
isfaction The Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
Port strcit, below Hotel, hnvo re
ceived a largo shlpnipiit of the fam
ous Kahtni in (limit kiulnks and gon
oral photographic tttippllcs
There aro some unusual! n'tnictho
Infants' and children's whllo dresses
on dlspln In tho Port street window
of the Sachs Dry Goods Co. They nro
some of n now lino now on sale.
. The most fiishlonnhlo leather for
pumps this season Is black snedo and
the Manufacturers' Shoo Co, 1011 Port
slreit, aro showing a particularly at
tractive pumps In this leather nt J I
Mrs. Hodgson the experienced
teacher of piano having returned from
listing England and Plarlda Is at lib
erty to receive pupils at 236 King
street, opposite Hawaiian Electric Co.
The black and tan Oxfords sold nt
tho Mclnerny shoo store aro tho most
serviceable for children who run and
play. There Is a lot of stylo about
them but they arc strong and have tho
true common sense heel unci broad
space giving soles.
TO GET WISE
(Continued from Pa Re 1.)
monthly publication which has to
do with tho onerous nnd manifold
illltles connected with the running
o? n'town the size of Honolulu or
Uy coming through with the spe
cified sum. tho city officers are so
licited to attend a convention of tho
I.caguo of American Municipalities
which will hold forth at St. Paul,
Minnesota, commencing August 2. 'I
and continuing until August 26 of
tho present e.ir
Tho matter being brought up to
seycral of tho supervisors, it Is un
derstood that there will be keen ri
valry displaced In making tho re
mittance, nnd alto In the acieptauco
of the bid to St. Paul, tho lucky da1
pajlig his own cxpentrs
'Tor Snlo" cards at Bulletin.,,
All officers and members of Oahu
Lodgo No. 1, K. of P., and visiting
brethren aro respectfully requested
to ho present nt K of P Hall, Ileru
tan la and Fort streets, at 2 p. in
tomorrow, for the purposo of attend
ing tho funeral of our late brother,
1503-lt WM JONES, C. C.
Boys' Wash Suits
In White, Russian and Sailor Suits; sizes 3 to 8 years
$1.50 and up. All new Roods,
" 1 1 1
Children's Wash Dresses
200 to choose fron;
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Great line of Ladies' Lingerie and Tailored Linen
Waists at tempting prices. Many styles; all leaders.
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL1
Au'os, 1 1 per hour, Icwls" Stables
Fruit flavors. Arctic soda. IPlthcail
&. Woodward, 'phono 567, 1263 Miller.'
Whitney & Mnrsh announco n 10c
sale of wash goods for Monday next.
Call on Mike I'aton at the Encoro
Saloon for n draft of Fresh butter
milk, Embroidered tmtisscaus and fancy
nccdlowork. Mrs. II. licit, 162 llolei
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night
Visit Jack Roberts nt tho Kentucky
Saloon when J on wont liquid refresh
ment You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
Tho only soda works In town where
ou can get Hires' Hoot Deer and Iron
Port also havo distilled water. Con
solidated Soda Water Works, Peb. 71.
American Steam Laundry docs deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' dresses, Clothes cleaned and
pressed. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delltery. Phono 503.
Call nt the show rooms nnd get
twciit)-flve Green Slamps free. Evor
thing In the show rpom Is free for
Green Stamps. Call today or any day.
Deretanla minoslto Kirn Stntlon.
I Tho tug-of-war which A. K. Vlcrrn
is promoting will bo continued on
Sunday night next at tho Athletic
Park, and nil tho contestants nro re
quested to be on the spot at 7 o'clock.
The fliriln will bo. pulled on Sunday,
April 2J, and will come off during tho
BIG COMET NOW
HIDDEN BY SUN
Astronomers Give Uo Trvine to
Study Phenomenon until It
Again Comci Into View Early in
. . ' -x ...
CHICAGO. March 20 Halle l
comet has gono Into seclusion for
about a month. During that time
It will be shielded from the cartn
by golden veils of sunlight. This
announcement was mado by Prof.
Edwin II. Frost, director of the Yer
kes obicrvatory, Williams Day, Wis.
1 Tho reason for tho retiring of the
comet Is thnt It Is so nearly in n
linn between tho earth and tho sun
that cannot be seen ngalnst the
bright background. Thero Is a
strong probability, too, according
to tho professor, that the tall of the
comet will bo long enough to enve
lop tho earth on May 18.
"Wo havo just about given up
trjlng to observe the comet for tho
present," he said today, "It Is so
closo to the sun we can't do any
thing with It. When will It bo visi
ble again? Well, about April C, I
think; but then It will appear In
the morning sky, whereas heretofore
we havo seen it In tho evening sky.
MONACO SUBJECTS DEMAND
Monlo Carlo, March 7. Half of
tho subjects of the principality
marched to the palace yesterday
and, wnltli.g upon tho Princo of Mo
naco, demanded a constitution on
the ground that Monaco was the on
ly absolute monarchy remaining on
tho face of tho globe. The prnco
received a deputation from the crowd
and promised to consider Its wishes.
Monaco, an Italian principality. Is
the smallest state of Europe, having
an area of only eight square miles.
It Is governed by n sovereign holding
the title of prince, who Is assisted
by a stnte council. Tho reigning
princo Is Albert Honore Charles,
Tho principality consists mainly
of tho town of Monaco and Its su
burbs Ui Condamlno and Monte Car
lo, the famous gambling resort, from
which tho state derives Its revenues.
The population is about 17,000 only,
about 1,200 of whon) are actual sub
jects of the prince.
Thero comes a moment In every
man's lifo when he regrets his In
ability to kck himself. Chicago
sizes from 2 to 14 years SOc.
OONoMJtt, T. !l.( THURSDAY. Afft.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
NEW HOME OF JAPANESE
BANK OPENS lU PUBLIC .'..
(Continued from Fb"c 1,1
who ex pressed thcmscltcM highly
Sweet Music. uio of tho united states army trans-
Musicians under tho leadership of port Sherman for Manila at noon "o
Prof, Ernest Kaal charmed the guests day. Quito a delegation of Honolulu
with sweet strains throughout tuo, re- pcoplo wcro present at tho sailing of
ccptlon hours. tho troopship for tho Philippines, 'tho
Hy courtesy of Major Fern the llv
wnllan band, under dlicctlcm of Cap-
tain Merger wcro stationed In tho rear
enclosure of tho bank and plned sov- thousand htons of coal,
cral selections. Among tho pieces I fc
plnod was "klmtga yo," tho Jnpanose THE FREIGHT list of tho Inter Is
nntlonal air. This was especially set- land steamer Claudlnc from Hawaii
ccted by Ca.italu ncrger as approprl- and Maul orts Included 20 head est
ate to tho occasion. t tie, 71 sacks corn, 0Q sacks flour, 10
Bank's History, barrels wine, 32 hogs and 200 pack
Tile construction of Iho new Spoclo ages sundries The Claudlne met with
Dank building, which Is uuqucstluti- fine wenthcr on the homeward trip,
ably one of the finest buildings In' Ha- The vessel arrived this morning with
wall ncl was started about two oars 30 saloon and 65 deck passengers,
ago. Tho proposition was first con- s
tcniplatcd by Mr. Klshl, the then man- SIX HUNDRED and fifty tons of Or
agor of tho bnnk. In order to get n lentnl freight Is destined to arrive at
broad Idea as to tho proper method tho port on April 21 by tho Pacific
of construction for tho contcmplat- Mall Intermediate steamer Aslh. Thlb
cd building, Mr. Klshl consulted 11. I, vessel Is reported to havo sailed from
Kerr, the architect, whom he author- Yokohama jcstcrilay . The Asia, bo
iled to prepare plans, which were np- ng a foreign bottom will take only
proved by tho chief architect of thoYo- laj-over passengers from Honolulu to
kohnma Spccia Dank In Yokohama, the coast.
Japan, and construction soon begun. I Mi
When Mr. Klshl rollgncd Mr. Y." PURSER KIRLINO of tho steamer
Akal succeeded him as manager of the
local nrancn. ne aiso rcsigneu. icav- reports the schooner Ilolph discharg
ing the work In tho hands of Mr. M. pg cargo at Hana, tho schooner Tup
lOKiena. me present manager. I
Architect Korr In an Interview jes-
tcrday afternoon, mado tho following
BiuiL-iiiiiuii, rvsaraing me cuiibirucuuii
of the building;
"About two j ears ago Iho construe
Hon of tho new Yokohama Specie Dank
was begun. It Is the finest structure
' '"'u'u louay. mere is iiuiiims
"The first business rcgardng
tho construction of thli build-, coal comoa to iciMonlidi the ravy suit
ing was negotiated by Mr. Klshl, the ply,
then manager of the bank. The con-j Un
structlon of tho new bank was started ' PURSER OSIIORN of tho Inter-Is
In Mr Akal's time, nnd completed nd steamer Kcauhou reports tho fol
whllo Mn Tokeda Is manager. lowing sugar awaiting shipment on
"Tho basement of tho bank is ar- Kauai: M. A. K. 15,033; K. 8. 11,
ranged for a safe deposit vault tho jgno; V. K. 1600; (J. & R.. 3770; Mcll.
capacity of which Is 3000 boxes. Tin 18 890; K P 10120; M 8. Co. 21,000;
rest of tho basement Is designed for k, s 4800; I,. P., 12 678; II. M... 13,
storing and safo deposits such as 945,
trunks and o'her articles of value. I r
"The'flrst floor Is used for banking AFTER SEVENTEEN das passage
purposes. There aro apartments for lmost sufficient time to hnvo vojagod
the manager, two reception rooms, an 1 t0 tnp co,lsti tn American schooner
cloak rooms, two doublo vaults each wuilain II. Mnrston Is rciiortcd to
7x14 one Is for keeping the records, nRc arrivc,i ut iilo. The Marston
and the other for cash. Thero aro also ,.ft hero after having discharged a
toilet rooms on this floor. I shipment of lumber at tho port.
"The second floor is arranged for, . t , ,
offices. There are five rooms and aj AFTER HAVING discharged a shli-
largo assembly' hall, to be usod for ment of fuel oil nt tho port, tho Amor-
m?.'inB ,,)U,H?"C"-, I lean ship Marlon Chllcott was towed
Tho bulldlnff Is full stoel framo. to tho opcn Hoa (h mornng by tho
covcied with concrete tiro proof. Thu Mntson Navigation Tug Intrepid. Tho
floors aro re-enforced concrete, su
nortcd on steel frames.
"Tho baso of tho building Is of Iln-1
wallan blue cut atone. Ccrtnln ma
terial, necessary for the accomplish
ment of this work, was furnished by
the Dcnny-Rcnton Clay and Coal Com
pany of Seattle, Wash, Tho brownish
rails nnd stairways wcro furnished by
Steward Iron Works of Chicago, Thu
vault fronts and linings were by Moil
lor Moulding Company and tho sates
and locks were furnished by Deltoid
Ixick & Safe Company,
"Tho banking rails, cabinets nnd
other fixtures, were furnished by tho
Art and Mctnl Works of Now York.
The copper window casings, doors and
sash were supplied by W, II. Mullen &
M..1 l.v . , SKEi l m. w JLT learner Asia, of the Pacific Mall line.
S.S.i,,".'',.7.-L"'.K:.ta announced from Yokohama. This
Tho marble window casings nnd stairs
were sent hero from Yokohama, Japan.
"The electric fixtures wero furnished
b tho Hawaiian Elertrlo Co. of Ho
nolulu, whllo tho rest of the materials
wcro bought through tho local agents.
"Tho building Is thoroughly fire
prooi inrougnuuc, a 1 wooq oeing enni-
Inated from the construction of this
proof throughout, all wood being cllm
building. The roof Is concrete, cov'
ered with asphaltum. If dcsrcd, tbls
roof can bo turned Into a roof garden.
All Inn nnlnllnsid injl tAAtntnB hiaha
mado by Mr. Kcllcy, tho local artist.
The structural steel work was bought
from tho Buckle) Steel Co, of Callfor -
From 3 to 5 o'clock this afternoon,
Mr. Toklcda will receive tho prom
inent Japancso and Chlneso merchants.
Tomorrow nftornoon between tho
hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, another re
ception will bo hojd for the general
public, who want to vlow the npw
bank. In both of these receptions
music will bo furnished by tho Kaal
quintet club. About 600 Invitations
havo been Issued to piomlncnt people.
The Yokohama 8peclo Bank was es
tablished at Yokohama In 1880. It has
branch offices In almost all the Import
ant cltes In the world, Tho president
(if tho bank Is Daron Korekljo Taka
hashi, ono of the well known Japanese
Mr. M. Tokledn, the manager of the
Yokohama Specie Bank, Is r. graduate
of the Impei tat University of Toklo
Japan, class of '99, In the following
, ear he entered the banking house of
Iho Yokohama Specie Bank In Yoko
hama. From thpre ho was transferred
to the branch office In Bonibay, whore
ho remained for four oars. Having
won tho confidence of the president of
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the Toklo branch office, thence on to
Hew York as assistant manager there,
In noAmlia. 1
r 190S M?. ToktMln cnm.l
(o Honolulu as manager of the local
Since his arrival ho;e, Mr. Toktoda
has been successful In the manage
ment of tho banking business. Social
ly ho Is, well liked In Honolulu.
Among tne prominent personages m
1... ...,.,., u i,n .....iinniO.II Cnnko J. P. Cooko n. n. Pnxton
Mils nftornoon worn Mr. I.. T. Picls
of tlm Plrst Nnllonnl Dank nnd Mr
Spalding of tin. Clans Sprockels' hank,
'Thoso assisting wero as follows; Mr.
THE HAWAIIAN RAND vied with
tho musical organisation connected
with tho Ninth Infantry In supplying
Iho program of melody at tho depart'
Sherman carried a tew passengers
from this port. During her stay tne
tiansroit wns supplied wl h about a
Clnudlno fiom Hawaii and Maul ports.
ner nwa t tic il schnrce nt Kahu u .
The schooner Admiral and the ship
w, P. Fro wcro nlso at tho Maul port
discharging and taking on enrgo,
ADOtJT TEN THOUSAND tons of
American coal Is oxpectol to nrrivo at
Honolulu within n few das by tho
Drltim freighters OlcnShlcl nnd Hose-
bank. Tlicsn vessels snllnil frnni Now
imrt News Vu.. two mon'hs nco. Tho
Chllcott Is bound for Gavlota for an
other consignment of oil.
THE DEPARTURE of tho Mntson
Navigation liner Enterprise from Hllo
for San Francisco Is reported for last
Tucsdaj. Tho Entcrprlso took a Inrge
shipment of sugar and other Hawaiian
products before leaving Hllo for the
AT THE RATE that tho sugar mill
ing machinery Is being loaded Into tho
Japanese freighter Nllgata Maru, that
vcssol will probably get away for For
mosa tomorrow, Tho vessel Is taking
on cargo nt the Dlshop wharf,
THE DEPARTURE of tho Drltlsh
vessel Is expected to nrrlvo hero on or
aboift AprlJ 23, bringing a quantity of
TJIE STEAMER Kcauhou arrived
from Knual ports this morning bring
ing a rhlnmcnt of 3500. sacks of sugar
i . ,, , fc, , -.L .. ',
. "" 1 ha os hides. The .vessel met
I iui iniu m-aiuui uu uauui,
THE AMERICAN schoonor Annie
Johnson Is nt tho railway wharf dlv
I "? " shipment of fertilizer. The
l,C8S,cl ,w"l "" ,,a,ko on,n n"sn-
,",v"w "' "" ' "' ",u "
I1ILO SHIPPING nt tho tlpic of tho
departure of tho steamer Claudlne In-
clided the schooner O. M. Kellogg.
the hark It. p. Rlthct, and tho steam'
Indiana doctors are raising their
prices. Some of the patrons who
were scarcoly able to ralso the prlco
heretofore will hnvo to stay well In
self-defense. Louisville Courier
Journal. A gunner who served the union in
Monltnr-Merrlmae battle died recently
:t u tt n n u tt
A. W. T, Bottomloy, of Dlshop and
Compaii) ; Mr. E. I. Spalding of Spore-
kels and Company; Mr. Clarence Cook
of the Dank of Hawaii; Mr. Tonney I..
Peck of tho First National Bank; Man
. "K'7 Jokleda of the . Yototam. Specie
Dank, and His Excellency Consul
ApioitB thoso present at tho opening
were: Admiral Corwln P, Roes, Judge
Dole, Mr, J, F, Morgan, Portuguese
Consul Gpnernl Cannvnrrn Ills Rxre!.
'j"1" 8 Chinese Consul, Hon. F. A.
I Pchaefor, Italian Consul Mr. Lanz,
aicAltun wiiiibmi, oil, ryraivr, n, ,1 OTl
Consul, Gcorga Rodlek, Consul (or
Norwaj, v. KInnip consul for Belgium,
P, Pfotcnhaijer, German Consul, Col.
E. K. Llllkalanl, Mr. D Kalauokalant,
Sr., Chief McDufflo, Mr. Stnckable,
'Doputy Collector of the port, P. C.
Jones, Mark Robinson Cecil Droifrn
Wof. '. M, Rcott, Isaao HarbolilP.
"eorrn Smllhols, Mayor Pern. Boon-'
Inn' RUniihurK. Janiorflllcktioll. Supor-
visor Andrew Cox, A. S, Kaloloiu.
HHIIiISii.Iii llliiill 1 II I ' '
I l' S '
1 ARRIVED 1 DEPARTED f
Thursday. April 14.
Hawaii and Maul ports Clatidlne,
stmr.. n. m.
Kami ports Kcauhou, strr.r., a. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Iloscbahk, Hr. stmr.
Norfolk, Vn Olcnshlcl, Ilr. stmr.
Friday. April 15.
Manila, via Japan Dlx, U. 8. A. T.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlya
Man!, T..K. K. S. S.
Saturday, April 16.
Hllo and way ports Manna Kct.
Sunday, April 17.
Rallna Crux, San Francisco, Seattle
Columbian, A.-II. 8. S.
Mnul and Molokal porta Mlknhala,
Knual ports Klnau. stmr,
Monday, April 18.
Ban Francisco Siberia, P. M. 8. 8
Tuesday, April 19.
San Francisco Wllbclmlna, M. N
Wednesday, April 20.
Knual ports W. O. Hall, stmr,
Thursday, April 21,
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne.
Friday, April 22.
8nn Francisco Sierra O. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 23.
Hllo via way ports Mnuna Kca,
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Asia.
P. M. 8. S.
Sunday, April 24.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Tuesday, April 2t.
San Francisco China P. M. 8. S.
Australian ports via Suva Makura
C. A. 8. 8.
Sallna Cruc, via San Francisco and
Seattle Alaskan, A.-ll. 8. 8.
Wednesday, April 27.
Knual ports W. G. Hall, stmr,
Thursday, April 23.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
Friday, April 29.
Victoria and Vnncouvcr Marama
C.-A. S. 8.
South and Central American ports
Mnnshu Marti, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, April 30.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kea
Monday, May 2.
San Francisco Mancliurln, P. M.
Per stmr. Claudlno. from Maui
ports, April 14. D. II. Davis, Geo O.
Cooper, Mrs. E. Mnluna, Miss M. Tay
lor, Mrs. C. A. DcaJI, Mrs. E. J. Poolo,
II. Hccnc, II. RoCertson Mrs. l. von
Seggern. E. Olden, T. D. Collins, Miss1
Jeremiah. W. C. Moore T, G, Correa,
E. Hannobfcrg, MIsb fjlhh. fK,W, P""1
vey. Mrs. Poavey. Mrs. Murphy. M,
Denton, Mrs. W. Hcnnlng, Mrs. Hcno,
Mrs. Pccard u, l.ako, Mrs. Lake, Alice
Williams, Mrs. W. P. Mossman, W. O.
Mails are cue at Honolulu from
points as follows;
San Francisco For Siberia, April IB.
Yokohama Per Chljo Maru, April 16,
Vancouver Per Marama, April 29,
Colonies Per Makura, April 26.
Malls will depart for the follnwlni
points as follows:
8au Francisco Chlyo Maru, April 16.
Colonics Per Marama, April 29,
Vancouver Per Makura, April 26,
i ' 4
Crook, from Honolulu (or Manila
Dlx, duo Honolulu April 15.
Logan, from Manila April 14.
8liernian, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila April 13.
Sheridan, sallod front Honolulu for
San Francisco, April 12.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The following nffects the List of
Lights, Buoys and Daymarks, 12th
Lighthouse Subdlstrlct, 1909, page
Oahu, S'ly Side, Pearl Harbor,
Temporary Buoy Established. A
3nd-class can buoy, numbered 3, hts
been temporarily established In 28
feet of water, to mark tho channel
limits, Entrance Duoy 3 and Dredged
Channel Duoy D having been pre
viously removed, owing to dredging
Queen IJmma's Houbo, right tan
gent (o 4 dcg. 00 nitn. true (N. 9-1U
Y. tnag.), '
Ahua Point, right tangont to 80.
dec. 25 mln, truo (ENE, 1-4 E,
Puuloa Windmill, 333 deg. 10
mln. true (NW. 11-16 N, mag.).
.Entrance Banco Rear lloacon, 348
deg. 00 mln. true (N. by W. 5-1(1
The gas around Hallo 's comet
may produce a slight Irritation m
the throat and noitrlls. - Once an
object of superstitious nwe, It Is now
merely a thing to be sneezed ut,
It was a long time Ago, tn be sure.
but there wps once n Invv In Eng
land which forbade I:mk1bi jnroiittf
from solllpg lliolr children to the
Irish as slaves.
Thursday, Aptll 11.
Manila via Guam Sherman, U S.
A. T., 1 p. tn.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday, April 14.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, April 16.
San Francisco Chlyo Marti, T. K. K.
Formosa Ntgata Maru, Jap. Btmr.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlne.
Monday, April 18.
Japan ports and Hongkong Siberia,
P M. 8. 8.
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr,
Tuesday. April 19.
San Francisco Novadan.iA.-H. 8. 8.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Kaunl ports Klnau. stmr.
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Thursday, April 21.
Kauai ports W. G, Hall, stmr.
Friday, April 22.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Saturday, April 23.
San Frapclsco Asia, P M. 8. 8.
Monday, April 25. '
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr. .
Tuesday, April 28.
Hllo via way ports Mauna
Japan ports and Hongkong China
P. M. 8. 8.
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
I. M. 8. 8. v
Victoria and Vnncouvcr Makura, C.
A. 8. 8.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday, April 27. '
San Francisco Wllbclmlna, M, N.
8. S. ,
San Francisco Slcrfn. O. 8. 8.
Friday, April 20.
Australian ports via Suva Marama,
C. A. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 30.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Mansbu
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, May 2.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8. '
Per stmr. W, O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, April 14. Frank Dojer.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hnwail and
Maul ports. April 15. W. A. Kinney,
Moses Kekua, 8. Knpcpa. II. S, Lemon,
W, A. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez W.
II. Field, A. D. Pope. II. D. Wcller,
Mrs, 8. Pookela.
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
April 19. J. P. Cooke, II. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. W. H. Rice, Miss Emily Rico.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken. for Hllo via
way ports April 19. W. McMurray,
W. G. Hall, Mrs. A. Mason. Miss K.
Wight, W. Luntx. Mr. Unger, J.
8chwartz, Dr. Hoffmann. W. R. Cas
tle, Miss Sowall, Mis Chrlstman, Mrs.
A. G. Curtis. C. H. Thurston C. II.
Mln. J. W. Wadman.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllhclmlna for San
Francisco, April 27 Mrs. M, M. Moore
anil child. Miss Moore, Mrs. F. Lyser
nnd 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Tarloton and children. Dr. J. Bcattlc,
J. D. Kendall, Mrs, W. W, Chllholm,
Mrs, Bcattle, Mrs. F. B. Angus, Miss
E A. Stpne F. L. Hoogs. Mrs. P. M.
Blake. Mr, and Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. E. Thummcll. Mrs. Flor
ence Danham. Miss A. 8. Parkor, MIbs
DIetz, Miss T. Blackburn, Miss Delia
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Williams,
Mrs. Johnnscn, A, D, Johansen, Mrs.
E. J. Waterhousd and child Mrs T. C
Smith and child, Mrs. O. ii. Williams.
Muster Williams, H. P. Fayo nnd fam
ily. Miss Orace Cooke, Mr, and Mrs.
W. D. Alexander,' T. A. Clarko, 8. G.
Wilder. Mrs. Zcazo, Mrs. J. M. Levy,
Miss P. G, Roberts, Mrs. L. L. Lt
Pierre Miss M. Schnon, 8. D. Barlow,
R. D. King, Mrs. J. J. Carey, Mrs, C. B.
Ilofgaard, G, H, Angus, Mrs. G, H.
Angus, E A. Davis. W, C. Parko. Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Ohmor, Mrs, S. G.
Wldor, Mrs. A. T. Atkinson. Mr, and
Mrs. J A. Wilder, Mrs. G p. Custlo,
Mrs. M, E. Tenney, Mrs. N. E. Jordan,
Mrs. O. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Waldron, Miss F. M. Davfoot, Mrs. J.
B. Dayfoot, Mr, and Mrs. O, W, Poa
vey. Per O. 8. S. Sierra, for San Francis
co, April 27, Mr.Vaild Mrs. Stark, D.
D. Shumwny. Mrs. Shumway. MIsb D.
T. Fullaway, Miss LcWIs, A. C. Spohl
er, v. l. lioogs, capt. nnd Mrs. A. K.
Knight, Mrs. R. Rojnolds, P. Metier,
Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Lyon. Miss A.
Thompson, Miss A. C. Klunoy, Mr. and
irs..u, w .rcnaioton, 11 u. King, u.
M. Warner, Mrs. Warner, A. B. Popo,
W. J. Schultz, Mr. Schnltz, J. II.
Ellis. Chas. V. Howard, C, C. L. Mom
medlou, Mrt? II. Meyer, Mrs. T. B.
Walt, Mrs. J. E. Mervln, J. Flannlgau,
Mrs. H, H, Plqtner, Mr. Dodd, A, Hei
bert, Mrs. Dentley J. II. McKlnnon, M,
Davfoot, Miss Dayfoot, Mrs, A. W.
Babbldge, Mrs. C. H, Humphrey, Mr.
and, MrB. V. J, Schultz. Miss Scott,
Mrs, M, M. Scott, Mrs. W, C, Bailey,
Mr, nnd Mrs. E. O, Perrlno, N .D.
Collins, Mrs. J, Cunha, Mrs Allco Frcl
tas, Miss S. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. T. It.
Woodbrldge, Miss M, Blggart, J. J.
Sullivan, C. A. Bruns. B. T. Dromflcld,
MrB. E. Wood, AK, Vlerra, Mrs. May
crt. v '
IN FORIIQN PORT!
Wednesday, April 13.
8 AN FRANCISCO-Ballod April 12:
8. S. Alaskan, for Heatte,
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled April 13:
noon: 8. 8. Wllhelmlna, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA RallPd April 13: H. -t
Asia, for jlonotplu.
HILO-Snllcd April 12: 3. 8. Enter
prise, for Ban Francisco,