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EVENING- nULt.ETIN, HONOLULU. T, 1!.. MONDAY, APR. 18, 1910,
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Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building
Leant Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hawaiian Frit Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regular, S p, m.
Roie Croix Special, 7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu Second Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attoad meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Monday i of
at K. F. nail
7:30 P. M,
HARIME ENGINEERS' X .
ltNtHUIAL ASVSIATIOrUciations (oor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. I'. Hall, Port Street,
13. K. HENDRY, Secrotury.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
J. 0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meets every first and third Frl-
!! rfnv nvpnlni nl 7flft In I nf IV llnll
fA corner Port mid Rerotanln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to uttend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. P. HEINE, K. Jt. S.
HONOLULU L0D0E 616. B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, II. I'. 0,
Elks, mcolH In their hall, on Klnu
Strect, near Fort, every Friday even
Mug. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to nttend.
K. A. DOUTHITT, 13. 11.
H. C. GASTON. SccY.
-HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. It
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Tythlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially luvjli'd to attond.
I'. IIIGaiNS, Sachem.
13. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE l'40. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Herotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to ut
tend, W. IX. RILEY, W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8.
K. OF P.
Moets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
, evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of I'.
Mlall, cor. Fort ond Reretanls. Visit-
'Iiie brothers cordially Invited to at-
II. A, TAYLOR, C. C.
' E. A, JACC"SON, K. II. S.
MILD LIQUID OUItES ECZEMA.
Skin sultereru! Diop cieasy salvei
nnd. nasty medlclnea. That mild,
' soothing liquid, II I) D Prescript
'Hon, utops tho awful Itch with Ihn
- first drops. A doctor's iiriwrlptlnii
of acknowledged value- CJnt n bot
tle at tho Honolulu Drug Co., Fort
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Monday Aorll 18.
Ilruco Cartwrlght, Fred Knight, J.
Q. Hrown, Oakland; Mr and Mr. II. It.
Schleslnger, Louisville, Ky ; Miss
Hogg, Dublin Ireland; W. M Murray.
Ilollo, l I.; Louis Ayrcs, New ork
Sunday, April 17.
0. II. Thlclen, J. Fleming, Wnhlawa
n. Dolnzo, 8an Francisco; F. J. Mil
lice. San Francisco: C. Irwin, Alca;
(I. L. Tlnslea, J. J. Sullivan, San Fran
cisco; J. Fnssoth, Wnlmen; C. Wol
pllz, Marshall Darrach, Now York
City; Miss A. l Correlra, Llbuo; E..
Sunday, April 17.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Syliui, C. A, Leo, W.
There Is no better pastry posslblo
than that sold at the Palm Cafe, Hotel
street near Union.
Insist upon having Crystal Springs j
butter and get It at tho Metropolitan
Market, telephone 45.
There will be a flno tablo d'hotn
dinner and moonlight dimco nt Hulc
Iwa next Saturday night. Train leaves
3:20 p. m.
Honolulu Gas Co. Ins nn opening
with n good future for a young man
of good appearance and nddicss. Seo
Tho Union Electric Company, Har
rison building, DereUnta street, will In
stall your private 'tolophones or sub
mit bids for .the Installation of electric
If you would avoid all kinds of skin
rilfonsea dim to using soap that has
been In tho hands or t.crsons afflicted,
get a tin of Thnro from Denton; Smith
& Co., Ltd., corner or Hotel and Fort
Jt JtvJu.LJ I
PICTURES GIVEN AWAY AT
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY. EVER AFFORDED TO
THE LADD3S OF HONOLULU
Commcncinp; MONDAY MORNING, Anrll 18, at eight
o'clock, with every Cish Purchase of $10 and over,
WE WILL GIVE AWAY ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
PARLOR OH DINING ROOM
FRAMED PICTURES 27 x 23
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE
SEE QUR WINDOW DISPLAY
We have also red iced our prices on a, jjreat many
lines, which should attract every Conservative Housekeeper,
Fort Street, opp.
necessary in a big business, and
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Au'os, $1 per hour, lcws' Stables.
Call on Mike l'alOn nt the Kncoro
Saloon lor n draft or Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered tiousneaus nml fancy
ncedlowork. Mis. II, llell, 162 Hotel
Arctic sodn. Pure fruit syrup. Lett
head and Woodward, Phone 557, 1263
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit Jack Ilobcrts at tho Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
American Steam Laundry leads m
BnnURon cxrcienco of work. Ilea
8onal)lo prices. Quick dollvory. Ex.
pert laundry work In all branches.
Tho only soda works In town where
you can get Hires' Root Ileer and Iron
Fort, also have distilled water. Con
solidated Soda Water Works. Feb. 71.
The members of Iho Chamber ot
Commerce will hold their bi-monthly
meeting on Wednesday nrternoori ot 3
n rlnplc wtion Inn nrdlnnrv rfitltlnn Iiiih. i
o'clock, when tho ordinary routine bus
Iness will bo brought up.
The No. 2 wnrchouso or Davlcs &
Co. was entered some time last night,
nnd a small Quantity or peas and can
ned goods removed. Oraco was not
seen around tho placo lately,
Mrs. mill) van norno i-nnsuuie,
Mrs. Plllsbury nt West Point. Is now
in now York wncro sno is s laying ai
mo i oici iieimoni. inronicic. i r01 h wcatner tn0 vcf,se may ho de.
Call nt the show rooms and Get d t eon)0 c,(ent In arrival,
twenly-flvo Grcon Stamps free. Evcry-1 mn
thing In tho show loom Is free ror THE FOLLOWINO sugar Is await
Orecn Stamps. Call today or any day. In;,' shipment on Kauai, according to
Ilerotnnla opposite Flro Station
A natlle named Kahawal, who hit
tho bottle fairly hard on Saturday,
was given n thirteen months' suspend
ed sentence this morning nnd was
warned not to touch "Dago red"
W. J. Steward, clerk at tho recelv
Ing station has returned to work nfter
a couple of weeks spent In bed through
a rail with n horse. Tho animal, broke
Its neck, and Steward had a narrow
escape from being crushed to death.
Major Maglnnls was grontly Inter
ested In tho fortifications and naval
work which Is under way nt Pearl
Harbor. He Bald that thlsls no doubt
the idoal plaro.for tho naval baso or
tho Pacific 8. F. Chronicle, April 10.
A Koroan named nark In Fell, who
was nrreBted by tho local jiollco on n
warfnnt Issued at Lnhalna, Maul, will
bo shipped back to Maul 'tomorrow oa
tho Mauna Kea. Tho man Is charged
with grosB cheat, and Is nllcgcd to
havo rooked Mrs. Julia Santos, of tho
Illank books ot all sorts, ledgors,
etc, 'hianuracturdd by tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 n
City Transfer Co,,
JAS. H. LOVE.
THE AMERICAN bark Olympic,
which has been coming down to tho
Hawaiian Islands for sumo years past
with general cargo fiom San Francisco
Is reported as having been sold to tho
North Alaska Salmon Company, tho
prlco being stated as $17,000.. Tho
Olympic was built in 1892 at Until.
Me., for tho Island trade. Sho Is of
1353 tons. 224 reel long, 42 feet boam
and 21 root deep. Another salo ro
ported Is that ot tho Ilrltlsh bark Os
borne at Belfast to II. C. Schramm &
iCo. ot Dromon for $31,250. Sho will
be trnnsftned to the German flag. Tho
Osborne Is of 2986 tons and was built
at Liverpool In 1892.
FORTY CAUIN PASSENGERS aro
booked for Honolulu by tho Mntsnn
Nav,KaUon ,,ler wilhctmhia. which Is
. . . ... . !
due to arrive at tho port tomorrow,
Advices received at the ogoncy of
Castle & Cooke slate that tho Matson
Navigation vessel is bringing 2300
tons or cargo tor Honolulu nnd 680
tons for llllo. On board are four
automobiles for Schumann and two
, ,. n ,
Nne..four sack8 of mall and 112
1)ackaKeB oxl)rcss mnttcr ,luo to ar-
r,vo by the steamer. With continued
a pursers report brought by tho
steamer Klnau: K. '8. M., 6900 bags;
V. K., 1600; M. A. K 23.749; M. C. H..
8623; K. P.. 8195; U. 10,680; II. M
17,805; K. 8. Co., $22,000; M. S. Co..
THE ARRIVAL of tho Anieilcanlln-
wnllan freighter Arltonan from Sallna
Cruz with transhipped cargo from Now
York, Is reported nt San Francisco
terday. This vessel Is proceeding up
tho coast to Scattlo and should arrive
hero on or about May 11.
A WIRELESS mcs3go received
from tho Japanese liner Chlyo Mnril
yesterday gavo that vessel's position
as 369 miles off tho port steamtng to-
u'fir-ftu Qnrt Iit-nttilosrt nrltli ftno!t nrMi.
n,ioriu I,,-. ,m. ,.nihn- AnH
rough seas. ' ,.
THE FREIGHT list brought to this
port by tho Inter-Island steamer Klnau,
from Kauai ports Included 5000 bags
or Kaknha and 3696 bags or Mcllrydo
sugar, also lb5 cases pines, GO bags
taro, 30 bags bran, 2 crates chickens.
.RUSSIANS and Japanese will rnnka
tin tho bulk or tho crew to bo taken
by the American ship Edward Sownll,
which Is tn sail for llllo today. This
vessel Is to load sugar for Delaware
WITH A SHIPMENT or fuol oil. tho
American tank steamer Santa Marin
Is reported to havo left Port San Luis
ycsteiday with destination as Hono
lulu. PA8SENQER8 ARRIVED
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kaual ports,
April 17. J. Jassoth, Mr, .Katsuda,
Father Joseph, Miss A. Corrca, N. J,
Schoenherge, Dr, E. V. Wilcox, Mrs,
Amorin. Marshall Darrach, C. ' W.
Spitz, Wm. I, Moby and brldo, Mrs. J.
H. Mnby, I. O'llrlcn, J. II. Fisher, J. II.
Wall, and 81 deck.
Waller Dillingham who Is at pres
ent In Washington, will sail lor Europo
on April 20th, He will go directly to
Florence, where his wedding to Miss
Louise Onylord or Chicago will tako
place, Dillingham and his bride will'
visit San Francisco on their way to
Honolulu In August. Chronicle,
BULLETIN AD8 PAYV
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits -for $25.
Hotel St, slillttE?,
will help to
Per P. M. S, S. Siberia, from San
Francisco. For Honolulu: I.ouls'
Ayrrs, Miss W. M. limy. H. Ilooth
royd, J. Q. Ill own, llruco Cartwrlght
Jr., V. Tin Chong. Mlsi Mnud Daw
sou, Miss 13. Emngor, Mrs. C. A. HI
ston, W. II. Evans, Mrs. V. II.
Evans, Mrs. G. 11. Finndcrs, Miss
Louise Flnnders, Col. A. O. Huwcs,
A. II. Hobart, A. II. Hoys, II. L.
o, Jl. ".
les, W. C. f
y, Geo. D.'J
Hughes, Mrs. II. L. Hughes,
Hussey. 'Mrs. V. C. Hubsey.
Hussey, W. C. Johnson, F. Knight,
J. II, Mnckenilc, E. M. Murshall,
Mrs. E. M. Marshall, Miss II. Mar
shall, Mrs. Ida Montague, II. D.I
S:hlcslngcr, MrB. II. 11. Sch'.cslliger,1
Percy Sills, Geo. E. Smith, Mrs. E.
Hyde Smith, Rev. II. II. Talbot, Mrs.
II. R. Talbot. For Yokohamn: J. C.
Aiuswortli, Mrs. J. C. Alnsworth,
Miss Kathcrlnc Alnsworth, W. P.
Anderson, Mrs. W. P. Anderson, F.
It. Anderson, Mrs. F. II. Anderson,
C. L. Ascher, Fred W. llnxter, - J. '
llecker.'O. W. Rowcn, Mrs. 8. Canty, j
Miss Vlrclnla Canty. R. S. Cole. Mrs,
It. 8. Coie, Master Gilbert Cole, B.
J. Cowan, F. E. Fernald, Miss C. W.
Flanders. N. Gottlieb. Miss M. S.
Hampton, G, A. Hancock, ErneU
Haraszthy, A, Hellycr, Miss Anna
Hogg, U. Imalzuml, T. Iwakura, Y.
Koualra, C. II. 'Kuhn, Mrs. C. 1L
Kuhn, Ensign Geo. E. Lake, U. S,
N.i R. W. Lewis, Mrs. It. W. Lewis,
Master C. II. Lewis, Master R. W.
Lewis, Y. Mayuml, T. Morlokn, F.
Oglovce, Sirs. V. Oglevce, Miss Emily
Packer,! J. II. Peterson, Mrs. C. C.
Piatt, E. 11. Ryan, Mrs. K. I). Ryan,
Miss D. A. Ryan, Miss Annie M
yes-jskeer, J. II. Southmayd, MIss-Mlldred
Southmayd, V. A. Wilson, Mrs. V
A. Wilson. For Kobe: A. C. Dryer,
C. Walter Clifton, It. Drummond.
Win. Hohmeyer.'-Mrs. 'm. Ilohmoy
cr and lnfunt, Master Wm, Ilohmey
er, L. F. Pye, J. C. Siegfried. For,
Nagasaki: V. Dolinmn, Alex Camii
bell, F.. D. Cloud, Mrs. F. D. Cloud
'! sorvaiit, Master D. Cloud, Fred
A. Glow, W. S. King, John W. Odell,'
E. 'Qunckcnbush, II, Schleo. For
Munlla: Mrs. G. F. Dcsblon, Uraln-
eri1 M. Dobson, Mrs. II. M. Dobson,
Miss Edith Gorley, II. O. Haynor,
Claionco McDonald. Rev. II. O. Pe
tcison, Mrs. It. O, Peterson, Master
Lcsllo O. Peterson, A. Held, O. C.
Roos, Miss An I tu H. Stephens. For
Hongkong: Harry Catlln, Stanley II.
Dyer, Mrs. Stanley II. Dyer, W. R,
Flatow, L. P. Hanson. Mrs. L. PJ
Hanson, John P. Lawrle, Wm. Mc
Murray, Leon Moosor, J, II. Parke,
Mrs. J. II. Parke, Miss S. C. Parke,
B. E. Peck, Mrs. E. E. Peck, MIsS
Marjorto Peck, Miss Nolllo K. Smith
F. J. Wilson, Mrs, F. J. Wilson.
Per P. M. S. 8. Siberia. lor Jnnan
portB, Hongkong nnd Manila. T. Fox,'
Mrs. T. Fox, W. II. Hoyt. Mrs. W. I!
Hoyt. W. Llowellyn. W. II. Lucob. MrB,
W. II. Lucas, Miss N. Mock, Miss K,
Lucas, Mrs. E. L. Poo!o Miss V,
Poole. Master C. Poolo, II, P. Robin-'
son Mlsa N.k Roscmnn, vMU? M. RoaN
in nn, a, i,, DieiBon, ..iru A, I,, blei
TAKING A, DOZEN passengers and
a lull shipment or sugar, the American!
Hawaiian steamer Nevadan will leave
for San Francisco at D o'clock tontor-,
row evening. This Is tho last voyage,
ot the Nevadan under tho auspices of
tho Anierlciin-llawnllan line, the von.
scl hnving been pldcd under charter
by the Matson Navigation Company,
ana (ho vessel win hcrenftcr ny the
Matson house nag at her mast head,
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Siberia
sailing for JnpnnesQ ports. Manila and
Hongkong -this evening nt fi o'elo'k,
will tnko n doren saloon passongerfl
and a sinall cargo. Tho vessol Ih,
berthed at tho Alakca street wharf,
i ARRIVEO VE88EL8 TO DEPART i
4. A i k
Sunday, April 17,
-Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., n. in.
Knual ports W. Q. Hall, stmr., n.
Knual ports Kcauhou, stmr., n. m.
Kaual ports Noeau, stun., a. m,
Molokal and Mnul poils Mlkahala,
Monday, April 18.
Sa Frnnclsru Siberia, P. M. S. S.,
10 n. in.
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., n.
VE8SEL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Uosobank, Ilr. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. Glcnshlcl. Ur. stmr.
Tuesday, April 19.
8an Francisco Wilhclmlna, M. I
Manila, via Japan Dlx, U. 8. A. T.
Wednesday, April 20,
Kauai ports W. G, Hqll, stmr,
Thursday, April' 21.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claudlnc.
Friday, April 22.
San Francisco Sierra O. S. S.
Saturday, April 23.
llllo via way jiorts Mauna Kea,
Hongkong and Japan ports Asia
! '. S. S.
Sunday, April 24. '
Maul and Molokal Kirts Mlkahaln,
Kaual ports Klnau, stmr.
Tuesday,' April 26.
San Francisco China. P. M. S, S.
Australian ports via Suva Makura,
C. A.J?. 8. '
Sallna Cruz, via San Francisco ami
Scattlo Alaskan, A.-II. 8. 8.
Wednesday, April 27.
Kaual ports W. G. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, April 23.
Hawaii and Mnul porta Clnu'dlnu,
Friday, April 29.
Victoria and Vancouver Mnratna
C.-A. 8. S.
South mid Central American ports
Manshu Mnril, Jap, stmr.
Saturday, April 30.
llllo via way ports Mauna Kea
, Monday, May 2.
Bnn Francisco Manchuria, P. M
Per Jap. stmr. Chlyo Marti, for San
Francisco, April 16. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Grass, Col. Schuyler, A, O. Taylor, F
A. Calne, James Mooro.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per O. S. 8. 8lerra, for San Frauds
co, April 27. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stark, D,
D. Shumway. Mrs. Shumway. Miss D.
T. Fullawny, Miss Lewis, A. C. Spoh!
cr, r. u. uoogs, capt, nnd Mrs. A. E.
Knight, Mrs. R. Reynolds, P. Motzor
'Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lyon, Miss A.
Thompson. Miss A. C. Kinney, Mr. and
Mrs. C. ,W .Pendleton K D. King, D.
M. Warner, Mrs. Warner,. A. II, Popo.
W. J. Sclmltz, Mr. Schultz, J. H.
Ellis, Chas. V. Howard, C. C. L. Mom-
medleii, Mrs. H, Meyer, Mrs. T. E;
Walt. Mrs. J. u, Mervjn, J. Flannlgan,
Mrs. R, II. Plotner, Mr. Dodd. A. Her-,
bort. llrs. nentlcy, J. H, McKlnnon, M.
Dayfoot, Miss Dayroot M,rs, A. W.
iiuuuuiK", iirs. u. ji. iiumpnrey. air
and Jirs. w, J.- Bcniiiiz. miss Hcott,
Mrs. M. M. Scott. Mrs. W. C. Ralloy
Mr nnd Mrs. E. C. Porrlno. N iD.
Collins, Mrs. .1, Cunlin, Mrs Allco Frcl
tas. Miss 8. Pratt. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. R.
Woodbrldgo, Miss M, lllggnrt, J. J.
Sullivan. C, A. Ilruiis. D. T. Rromfleld,
Mrs. E, Wood, A. K. Vlerrn. Mrs. May
er. Per stmr. Klnau, for Knual ports,
April 19. J. P, Cooke, H, P, Ualdwln,
Mrs.'W, II, Rice, Miss Emily Rice.
Per stmr. Maunri Kea for llllo via
way ports April 10. W. McMurriyi
W. 0. Hall, Mis," A. Mason Miss K,
Wight, w. uintz, Mr. unger, J.
Schwartz. 'Dr. Hoffmann. W, R. Cas
tle, Miss Sownll, MIs-ClirlKtmnii Mrs,
A. n. Curtis O. II. Thornton, O, II.
Mln, J. V. Wnilm'nn.
Bulletin Business , Office Phone '250
Bulletin Editonal Room Phone 185
Monday. April 18.
Japan ports and Hongkong Siberia,
j. jtj s s 5 p ,
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr, 5 p m.
Tuesday, April 19.
San Francisco Novadan, A.-IL'S. 8.
G p. in.
llllo via way portB Mauna Kea,
Knual ports-Klnau, stmr., 5 p, nt.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahaln,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, April 21,
Kaual liorts W. (1. Hall, stmr.
Friday, April 22. .
'Maul and Hawaii ports Clnudlne,
Saturday, -April 23.
San Francisco Asia, P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, April 25.
Kaual ports Noeau, stmr.
Tuesday, April 26.
llllo yla way liorts Mauna
stmr. .' '
Japan ports and Hongkong China
P. M. 8. S. '
Jnpan ports and Hongkong China.
P. M. S. 8.
Vlstorln and Vancouver Mnkurn, C.
A. 8. 8.
Kaual ports Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday, April' 27.
Sa Francisco Wilhclmlna, M. N.
S. S. '
Sun Frnnclsco Sierra. O. 8. 8.
Friday, April 29. t ,
Australian ports via Suva Mararan,
C. A. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 30.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Manshu
Mum, Jup. stmr.
Monday, May 2. .
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
chui la, P. M. 8. S.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wilhclmlna fonSan
Francisco, April 27 Mrs. M. M. Mooro
and child, Miss Mooro, Mrs. F. Lysor
nnd 2 children; Mr. and MrB. A, II.
Tarleton nnd children, Dr. J. Deattle,
J. D. Kendall, Mrs. W. W. Chllholm.
Mrs. Healtle, Mrs.'F. D. Angus, Miss
E A. 8tono, F. L. IlbogB. Mrs. P. M.
Ulnko, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Thummoll, Mrs. Flor
ence Danham, Miss A. 8. Parker, Miss
Dietz, Miss T. DUckburn, Miss Dollo
Johnson, Mr. und Mrs. T. F. Williams.
Mrs. Johanscn, A, I). Johanscn. Mrs,
E. J. Wntcrhouso and child Mrs. T. C.
Smith ond child, Mrs. O. II. Williams,
Master Williams, II. P, Fayo and fam
ily. Miss Oraco Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Alexander, T. A. Clar.ko, 8. O.
Wilder. Mrs. Zcazo, Mrs. J. M. Levy,
Miss P. O. Roberts, Mrs. L. L. 'La
Plerro Miss M. Schnon, 8. D. Harlow,
R. D. King, Mrs. J. J. Carey, Mrs. C.'ll.
Horgnard, G. II. Angus, Mra.-G. It.
Angus, E A. Duvls. W. C. Parko, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chas. Olimor. Mrs. 8. O.
Wilder, Mrs. A. T. Atkinson Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. 'Wilder, Mrs. (1 P. Castlo.
Mrs. M. B. Tcnnoy, Mrs. N. E. Jordan,
Mrs. O. Murphy. Mr, and Mrs. F. L.
Waldron, Miss F, M. Dayfoot, Mrs. J.
R. Dayfoot, Mr. mid Mrs. G.'W. Pea
TRANSPORT SERVICE. I
Crook, from Honolulu (or Manila,
Dlx, duo Honolulu April 15. ,
Logan sailed from Manila April 14.
Sherman, snlled from Honolulu ,for
Manila April 14.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu lor
San Franclsco,''Aprll 12.-
Malls are duo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per AbIb, April -23.
Vancouvor Per Marama, April 29,
Colonies Por Makura, April 26.
Malls will depart for fhe following
points as follows:
San Francisco Novndnn, April 10.
Yokohama Per Siberia, ApririR.
Colonies Per Marama;. April 29,
Vancouver-PerJSlakura, (April 20,