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eVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 19)2.
I Honolulu Sc( 011(1 DlgrcC.
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vi 1 Tltlilag uimbn ol tkr
trdor are. rordlKlly Invited to
, ittsnd meetings u( locul lodge
Wet on tlic
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ill h. I'. Hull
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McMM.IH I.OIIlii:, .NO. s,
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Meets every 2nd nml 4 tti Sutur-
Jdiy oveulng nt 7'.1i) o'llutk In
7h iif V Hull, cur Fort ami
lien Innl.i Vlsltlnt; brntluTK
cordially Invited tn attend
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13. A JACOIISO.N, K. 11. S.
(Kill! I.OlKIi: Ml. I, It. of 1'.
Meets every llrst and third I'rlt
jdny ut 7 'M i clocl;, Pythian
Hull, corner lleretanla mid
Tort streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
S DKCKHIt, C. C
O IIKIN13, K. ot It & S.
llOMII.I'I.U I.OIK.'K, GIG, II. i. . i:.
Honolulu Iidgo No. CtG,
II. I' O l.lkn. meets In
their hall, on King Bt.,
near Tort, every Krldiij
evening. Visiting llioth
ors are cordially invited
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Meets every llrst ami third
Tuesday of path month In
rrntcrnlty Hall, I. O. O. F
building Visiting hrnthcrs
cordially Invited to attend.
HKNKY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. PKItitY, 0. of It
ioou;i.r i:itiv: mi, r. o. e.
Lglffi Meets on second and fourth
C Wcdnutduy evening of each
df" mouth at 7 SO o'clock, In
San Antonio Halt, Vlneynrd
otriet, near Kmiua Visiting hi others
aro luvlUil to atlend
1' IIIMIINS, W. I.
Wll C. McCOY, Secy.
IMwiird Harle, Ihu noted l'aychlc of
Ban Finiicisco, who for over twenty
years h.ii bten iiromlnently Idrntlllcd
with tho Spiritualists' bocIi ties of Amer
ica, Is In Honolulu nml will demon
strulo psychic phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual mlWi u on nil matters gfven. Dally
10 tn 4; ev iiIiiks by appointment Tel
ephone S'lIS or at residence, 782 K I null
strut, Grand Si n nee every Thursday
Kve., 8 n'tlock. COOO-tr
f importer Fort St
, VISIT THE
' SPRING MILLINCRY
T i MILTON & PARSONS
S' Latest Styles In Shapes and Trimmings
.PANTHCON DLOCK, FORT STREET
1 Phone 3033
IT THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
JC f Spring Hats
I ' Miss Power,
Millinery Parlors, Boiton Block
rt . K. UYEBA
t I 1027 NUUANU STREET
Up'to-ilAle Millinery and Men's Hate
City Transfer Co.
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TWO FREIGHTERS MAKE PORT
! AFTER BATTLE WITH STORM
Loss of Deck Load of Gasolin c Reported From Santa Maria
Missourian Brought Shi pment of Stock In Safety
Two Inter-Island Steamer s Arrive With Sugar and Gen
eral Cargo Cleveland Has Large List of Passengers' on
Round the World Cruise.
Admitting havliiK passed tlumml'.
ono of the worst storms In many yo-vrs
of svafarluK life, Captain l.cin Curtis,
nms.er of tho American oil-tanker
Santa Maria, lironulit his vessel Into
liort this mornlnB after twelve, dujs'
fvierlencp with wind and wnvci
which ho In no wise Is anxious to le
ueat. The Santa Maria arrived off iorl
early this iiionilnK with two ship
hunts siuiiBlied to KlMillliij;.
Tito repoit gained currency on
hoard Hint a dccKload of Kiisolinn In
ill iiniH was swuit over tho side. Cap
tain Curtis refused to admit this loss,
hut lir did state that tho storm which
ippmciitly tiavelcil a clicultoiis route,
did consldernhlo cliinume to tho hoatn
. ml prevented the steamer inaklui;
an) thing like schcdulu time In lliu
vojntjp from I'oit San Luis.
It was also stated this inornliiK that
portion of the fuel oil carried helow
decks In the hi'; tanks was pumped
nit In order to lighten ship.
Captain Curtis has rounded nut
many trips to tho Islands, hut the ono
lust completed will he set down In
his Ior as one of the worst. Tho
hruiit of the bturm was encountered
on last Sunday, tho same date on
which the staunch little NIpiKin Muni
met with her tiuuhles. Sens, moun
tainous In Hit lr magnitude, swept
over Hie decks and, Judging from tho
appoarunce of the remaining fjisollno
drums seen this morning, the forco of
tho water tniist have heen terrific.
Tho drums are battered and practical
1 icndeied useless.
The bonis are also placed out of
commission. No casualties aro re
ported, howover from among the oin
eeis or the ciew. The Santu Mai la
will nnlfli pumping oil Into the I'uclfic
TiansMirtatlon tanks h Krldny and
will then pioceed to Hie California
Mules and Horses Arrive In Safety.
l-iriy-two ho'ui of mules and U head
horses shipped fioni the Sound In llio
Anierlenn-llnwullnu fielghter Mlssou
ilun, leached pint In safety. Tho hi,;
steamship came to a berth at the
railway whnif this nminliig after n
very lough iMSHiige from Seattle. Cap
tain l.vons iCiorledi nasty weather
luactlcally rlKht on leavlnt; the
Sound nml the wind mill seas did not
ali.ito until the Islands wero slghteil
The Missourian brings eight thou
sand tons mcasuiement of geneinl
cargo, a iKirtlon being shlpisM fnim
Now Vork and transferred at tho Isth
mus or Tchiiunlepec. Thero Is also
freight supplied tho damaged steam
er Vligiiilun, which has been obliged
to go out of commission. Thu height
llht shows big consignments of struc
tural steel, cement, lo.noo hales of hay
for tho United Stales (lovurnmetit,aiii
sundries. The Mlssourlnu Is In sail
for Island porls, Including Kn:in:ip:ill,
Kuhuliil and Hllo, on l'lliluy
Mexican ancf Columbian Next.
The American-Hawaiian ficlghtcr
Mexican with New Yoik cargo and ad-
dltlunal height fioiu San Francisco
and l.'uget Sound, will reach Honolulu
ill or ulioiit neL Tuesday, nccoullng
in lam advices received by C. 1
Moiso, general height ngent for llio
Amiilcaii-lliiwallan lino. The Mexi
can sailed hum Seattlo on last Mon
day, Tho ficlghtcr Coluinblnn Is tho
next vessel on the borth to sail from
tho Sound for Honolulu, tho Colum
bian leavxlng Seattlo on Teh, Kith, nc
coullng tn m Modulo,
Sugar Hat Reached the lithmus.
Twelve thousand tons of Hawaiian
mgar which vvns dlspalched for llio
Isthmus of Teliuantepee, In tho
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumrn's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Amcrlcnn-llawnllan freighter Arlto
nan arrived tit Sallna Cruz on lnsi
Sunday, according to a cable that liar
reached the local branch of tho Mer
chants' Kxchnnge. Tho Arlronau
salted from Hllo, her last iort of call
on January 20th.
Mall Has Reached the Coast.
Mall fit warded from Honolulu to
tho Coast In tho Matson Navigation
steamer Wlthi'liiilnii arrived at Sail
Tranclsco at 11 o'clock yesterday
morning, according to a cublo reeolv.
oil at the agency of Castlo & Cooke
Tho Wllhctmlna sailed from heio with
a full caigo and about one hundred
Tenyo Maru Will Beat the Cleveland.
Tho Japanese liner Tcnjo Maru wilt
In all probability reach Honolulu many
hours before the Hamburg-American
I.lno steamship Cleveland, although
both vessels salted from Sail Francis
co within loss thnn an hour of each
other jestorday afternoon.
Tho Cleveland Is making a leisurely
cruise nnd that vessel Is not expected
to cover the distance between tho
IKilnts In much less than seven dnvs.
Tllo Tenjo Is supposed to bring tho
mainland mall and should arrive here
early Monday morning.
Shlnyo Will Be Hustled.
Tho Japanese liner Shlnyo Mnru
will not linger at this port longer than
It takes to dlselimgo fifteen hundred
tons or Oriental cargo. Tho liner Is
nearlng tho Islands, and, according to
u lato wireless received nt the agency
of Castlo & Cooko, tho Shin) a Is
bringing 143 Asiatic passengers, main
ly niiplnos and Japanese. The ves
sel Is due to reach port tomorrow
moinliig and It Is hoped to dispatch
hoi for San Kranclsco on Friday morn
Virginian to Resume Place In
According to reports brought ilowi.
from tho Sound by Captnlh Lyons of
the steamship Missourian, the Amor
Icuu-Huwallan holghtor Virginian,
which met with aamago through a
collision with u Ilritlsh steamship, will
go Into commission with tho comple
tion of repairs now being made at
Seattle. Thu Virginian is oxiected lo
icstitno hor run arriving here on
A cablo received at tho ngency of
II. Hackfcld & Co, Is lo tho effect that
the Hatnhiirg-Anioilcnu liner Cleve
land sailed from Han Kranclsco on the
louiid-tho-woilii oiulfe taking M0 pas-
cengors, Including tho tegular tourls'
Hall Back With Sugar.
Sugar fioni Kaunl ports of call to
tho amount of .1,500 sacks arilved this
morning with the-steamer W. O. Hall
Tlil vessel returned with n fair list
of passengers, i'uiser Logan report
ed smooth sens and variable winds on
the homeward voyage, Tho Hall will
ha dispatched on n return trip to tho
Garden Island at C o'clock Thursday
-Sugar on Kauai,
According to report brought to this
lty by Purser Logan of the steamer
W. fl. Hall, the following sugar Is
awaiting shipment nt Kmittl poits: M.
A. K 30,1, S; Mcll, 30,348; K. S. M.
4,4M: V. K.. 1,250; K. I' 8,1(00; K. R
Co., 8.00(1; I.. 14,2111),
Federal Agent Stlrn Coast Shipping.
Tho pierenco of A. It. Dickinson, n
Kedeial agent ut Sail Francisco, who
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Tlmu not stntcd In tiibles.
VESSELS to AND
(SprclnfCnuhV 'to MorclianUi'
ni'diictilnr, Febriiary 7.
VICTOItl A Arilved, Feb. 7, It. M. S.
Marmnn, hence Jan. 3
3AN FIIANCISCO-Sailed Feb. 7, nt
noon, S. S. l.urllno, fur Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Feb. 0, 4:40
p. in., S S. Illlonluu, for Honolulu.
S. H. Shlnyo Maru docks at Alnkea
wharf tomorrow morning from Yo
kohama and palls Friday morning
for San Francisco.
S. S. Cleveland arrives from San
Francisco next Tiie-(day morning
nnd sails for Yokqhamn Wednesday
Mull 'for San Francisco closes per S.
H, Honolulu!! todny ut 4.30 p. 111.
Temperatures G n. m 07; 8 n. in,
CC; to n. in., G9; noon, C'J; morning
llnrometcr, S a. in., .10 02; absolute
humidity, 8 n. tn., G308 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u. in.,
90 pur cent; dew point, 8 a. tn., G3.
Wind G u. in., velocity 4, direction
K.; 8 a. in., velocity 1, direction S. V.;
10 n. m., velocity 4, direction S. i:.;
noon, velocity 9, direction S.
Halnfull during 24 hours ended 8 u.
Totul wind movement during 24
hours ended ut noon, 101 miles.
Is visiting tho Coast for tho purposo
of investigating Pacific lines for eyl
deuco of rebalng of rates, lias' stirred
tho sovcial steamship companies, ac
cording to roports brought to this city
with the arrival of the Japanese liner
Ill an interview, Dickinson claimed
that his visit to San Francisco has to
do with the Investigation of tho De
partment of Justlco Into the trnus-1'a-clflc
a'camslilp lines running out of
Senttlo and San Francisco. The In
vestigating cbminlttiMVof the House uf
Heprqsentatlvcs, headed by Chalimau
Stanley of Kentucky, Is going Into
tho piuttcr of the shipping trust to
find out what connection It hus with
tho tiansroutlncntnl railroads which
enter both of these Pacific Coast cit
ies. "I am not nt liberty to say what
steamship companies aro connected
with railroads entering Into Sail
Francisco," ho declared, "and which
give rchalCH lo shlppeis of goods go
ing to the Orient. '
"That Is the biggest part of my bus
iness In San Francisco at tho present
time," said Dickinson. "I wish lo lind
out what connection the dlffeienl
tteuuibhlp companies have with the
gient railroads entering heio. I tin;
lieie to look over tho general situa
tion nnd get tho goncial outline of the
buslnoBS enterprises along thu water
front ot tho city, I will leave heio
uud go as far east as tho Itwky
Mountains nnd gradually work my
wii) buck to this city mid find out
what Is being shipped to tho Orient
by rail and wntei.
"I have been In tho city for over a
week, having como from Senttlo,
whero I finished my Investigation
Home time ago. 1 foufid that steel
could ho shipped fioin Pittsburg to
Manila choapei thnn It could bo
shipped 1 1 oin i'ltleb'ilrg lo Bun Fran
cisco and that freight could bo shipped
from (lermuuy to Salt 1-ako cheaper
than It could bo shipped from Cincin
nati to tho same destination. This is
only a small part of theillndlngs of the
dupaitmeiit and It will be leady to
act within several months.
"When I come back It may bo my
pilvllogo to tell tho entire method of
tho system worked by tho rullioads
and the steamship Hues."
One Windjammer at Hllo.
Hut one windjammer Is reported as
gracing tho harbor at' Hllo, tho vessel
being tho schooner Caniaun, disehiiig-
Ing n shipment of lumber. Purser
Klbllng of tho Inter-lslund steamer
Claudliie, on nrilval from Ilnwall by
way of Maul iorts this morning, stat
ed tluit tho ClaudJnc was obliged to
rldo at anchor until 9 o'clock Moud'iy
night awaiting tho Hllo malls. Tho
homeward trip was uneventful save
heavy swolls met off tho Hawaii
coast. Fioni Miml ports fluo wojlher
was oxiierfenced. The freight list In
cluded 2Anutos, n quuutlly of empties,
10 conlsfwoo'd, f,G hogB, 13 eiutos po
tatoes, 72 chickens and, 103 packages
HONOLULU AD GLU B FORMED; IS
A "LIVE-WIRE!' ORGANIZATION
Starting uninr the vigorous Impetus
of J Charles Clron, the noted adver
tising expert who came here recently
from the Const for u lilp, the Honolulu
Ad Club wus orgnnlrul ut n luncheon
H'xttrdny nt noon at the Commercial
Honolulu will tuld Its iiitn to the
htixlmux stimulus that has followed the
organization of these llve-vvlru clubs nil
ovir the emu. try. In every community
tiny are Inlluencis for up.to-dute btl.s
liicks, and prouiollon und "booster" or
ganizations inu wrkoioeil by the bus
iness men. I
Itlght oh the bat the local club gut
busy In Indorsing San Francisco for the
1913 convention of the Associated Ad
vertising Clubs of Aiuirlcu Thu local
body ntnilntes with this nrgnnlrntlon,
mid Unit Is given the hacking of u
tremendous power that extends from
(Kinn to ocean. The next convention
Is to be held lit Dallas, Tex.
The Ad Club will meet weekly,
Thursday being cbown ns the regular
date, ond matters of local business and
advertising wilt bo taken up nnd dis
cussed tin re.. Addresses will lm given
on lo.ittrrH of Interest by prominent
men, experts In their line, nnd J I
Stat k, the ChliiiRO advertising etpirt
who Is making his winter home here,
JARREH NOT IN
HlTorts o bilng Sheriff Xarrett Info
lino for 1, 1 MeCiiiidless have not
been nearly so suecessTiil us appears on
the HUlfncc, uiiordlng to reliable le
portsTioin the Demowntlc eump today,
and although Mi l'iiinlk"x In stated to
lie uliMilutely slncire In the "harmony
niovo" engineered by his supporters,
Jarretl'H liidursenieiit wus not evident
ut ii preiliH't. meeting held last night III
1'uUoii. The truth und twelfth pit
clULtH JoiiKMl In the meeting, uud Mc-
CiiiiiIIcss, Ma) or Kern, Charles liar- j
run, (leorge K. KeawchiiKU, 1. 1.. Ku
luwul mid other proiolmnt lluurbons
talUU for harmony. Deinity Sheilfr
Hose, wl.o has been claimed as Jar
lett'H right-hand, man III the light
against MeCunilltss, wus scheduled In
uppear, but two inipiests kept htm
Ma) or l'irii Is on the peaco sldt'j
without iiuistlon and Is anxious for,
Juirett to tin ov unhesitating suppoit,
to Mii'iinillesV, Whether the sheriff I
will do so remains to be seen. Tlieru.
have olwu)s ueen ruinois that nil hoi
Is waiting for Is Mime couihig.
The melting last night wus presided
over by Moses l'lilau. the regular chair
man. The speakers saVv hope for De
mocracy In the aliened split in Re
puhlicuu ranks, ami Supervisor Sh
Clellan especially was sun- the break
It Is Inslslcil again today by Demo
unts who ilniiii to know that Jnrrett
must either give all his support loMe-j
Caudless or ho eliminated One or twof
think that when the Tirrltorlal cam
paign (ominittee iiniH nect Friday
night (lie dove of peine will bu us big
us u turkey
That's tho watchword of tho I'aeiflo
fleet Just at pirseut, nnd the Intel i li
gation Is made to apply to a hundred
If tho tleet Is to stay hero till Juno
will tho Muiylaud bn ordered to lo
If tho tleet ula)H will tho Colorado
ho oi tiered hack?
If llio Meet stays will Admiral Houlh
eilauil become commander-in-chief, or
will Admiral Thomas cnutiiiuq lifter
his retirement, Apill 27?
Tho last iiuostloii Is moro lutetoit-
Ing than appcaro on Its fuee. About,!
iweive years ago, June (, lauu, to nu
exact, Congieis passed a law which
oiithollzed tho detailing for actlvo
duty, cither at sea or auhoie, of olll
ccrs on tho retired lUt for n period
of twelvo years. TIiIh was dono to
offset a shoitago of omeeis, and It Is
pointed ou( I11"' the law holds good
liutll Juno a or this Selir, so that If
tlie depuitment thought It advisable.
Admiral Tnomas rnuld be retained In
command oven after his letlremciit,
lor a short porlnd at JtuM.
Princcvlllo Plantation Co.
The tirinu.it meeting of tho Prince
vllle I'lunlHtlon Couipiny will bu held
lilt the ottlin uf the (luaidlau Tiuit
MAY BE RETAINED
Company, Limited, J mid Ilulldlng, Ho
nolulu. T II , on Friday, February 2J,
Hit.', ut 8: '10 a. in. i. i
W. W. CHAMIIDItl.AIN,
llonululii, T, H February 7, 11)12
MM Feb. 7-15. 23
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will be "nsked to glv'n th6 llrst or the
Mr, On en Is a "live wire" If ever
there was one. He has tnude a big lilt
with the local business men who have
met him One of tlirin snld eslerdnyj
"He 'flurts something' whrrevei1, lie
goet. Yotl never saw such n dyimmo
of ( uergy und enthusiasm He Mils ev
er) body he meets with the same cntliiS?
slicm " .
It Is under there bright pro.pecls that
the Ad Club starts oT ami promises to
develop ut ome into mi en KKIilntlon
that will lulp Honolulu greatly The
olllccrs ilecltil )ctei(hiy wire ns fol
lows: W. It FairlnKlon,' editor and man
uptr of the I've ii lug II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
irrlnfit; Chns. H. Crane, mminger of
tin- I'mMtle Coinnierclal Advertiser, llrst
vlee-prtildent: lllehnrd II. Triut, Trent
Trust Co, seiniiil lip.iii slclint; chns.
It Frnskr, l'loneir Advertising Co
seen lary-tn usurer; Messrs. I. A. Hwlft
of Henry May & Co, J. I Child or
Davles A Co, John Lennox of Sachs
Dry floods Co, I. I) Tlminons of tho
Hawaiian Star utul flio. I! Curtis of
Jordan & Co, directors.
In recognition or his services In ns
sIMIng in forming the club, Mr Oreen
was elected an honorary member.
CHANGE MADE IN
Director rienir.il Wnll of the WIS
Floral I'ariide bus decided to miiku li
tliange this year In the system of
Judging. In past )cnrs there have liven
dUTerent sets of Judges for different
sections In the pnrnde, anil even for
tlllTerent classes In tlmso various sec
tions, but this yinr the director gen
eral, who bus the experience of last
year lo guide Mm, will bundle the Judg
ing In n very different maimer.
One set only of Judges will be ap
pointed, and these will pass upon every
entry In the parade. To facilitate this
woik there will be some change In the
classification uf intrhs, so far as every
position In the parade Is tunceriied
lilt 1 1 section, win n the Judging Is douq
on .Alexander Field, will be In a post
tlnn by Itself, nnd the Judges will pass
fioni one section to the next, giving
their decisions in each.
This will not only facilitate the work,
but It Is lielleved will lesult In belter
satNfnctlou all round.
Director General Wnll will not nn
lioiiuco the names ot his Judges until
very shortly before tli parade. It Is
certain that time will not be anv par
tlallty shown, uud vwry entry will get
Just tho kind of decision Hint Its merit
deserves The Judges, who have been
praetliully selected, are people who
know Just what Is needed und who are
familiar with past parades and can de
cide from experience o well us good
taste and fearlexsness.
Tho body of Fred. S-malTor, the hug
ler of tho cruiser Colorado, who lost
his life In tho surf ut Walktkl Satur
day tu an attempt to rescue a iliowii
Ing woman, was found yesterday ufter
noon, lly n straugo coincidence, II
was Duku Ivahauamokii, tho champion
nwlmmer, who was criticised until tho
facts wero known for not dlvlnfc foi
St buffer soon after ho went duwn, who
located thu body and brought It to
The body was seen about 3 o'clock
)eslculuy ufternoou by u small bay
on the beach oposlto thu bjthlug
hoiiucs. It was thought ut llrst to bo
a laigo Untie, anil Duke mid it com
panion from llio Hul Nalu Club swum
out with lliclr btirf-boaids tn luvtt.tl
gj'e, It was not (iille buoyant eiiiiugh
to lloat on tho sin face, mid Duko had
to dive to seciiio It. Schuffoi's iu
inaltis weiu then placed on tho mill
board and taken nshoi'o.
l-mt night u bo j id of liiiiuest com
posed of oincers fioiu the Colorado,
hastily siiimuoned fur tho duly, met. ut
llio SopbIiIo Hotel. Their verdict was
Hint Schuffor caiuo to his' iloath by
diowiilug In mi uttempt tu save hu
man life, it Is probable that tho do
coased will ho lccotniuemled to tho
Socretuiy of theavy for special men
Hon. The body was later taken to tho
Him biip. vvrapH'd In tho Hag and es
coiled by n son owing knot of shjii
matcs. Tho hitieial will take pluco
fioni Williams' tindei taking establlsn
jnent at !3(i this nrtoinoon, Jntermeiit
to bo In thu navy plot or tho Nuuanii
Mi. W. F. Murtln, V. S. Geological
Survey, will iilrv it locturo bufoio tho
Hawaiian Knglneerlng Association on
Thursday nt 8 p. in., ut tho College of
Duffy's Pure Malt WMsKty,
A tonic stimulant. ,
An aid to dlgtttton.
A brain Invlgorator.
A remedy for alt throat and lung
A leep producer.
Kep tho Old young, strong and
Sold everywhere In HHAl.nO
IIOTTI.ns ONLY. Medical booklet
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Rochester, N. Y, U. 8. A.
Per fctrtir. W. tl. Hull, from,, Kauai
ports, Feb. 7. .1. II. Haekfelcl,.Mra. S.
Kaiilann, M. (louvelu Mlsi 1. 17. Wag
ner, Miss M. Mollor, Mrs. J. I'lahc, K.
.l.(lMorgan Miss H. T. Illhop, Mabel
Knllbsi, II. T. Il(')scldeu; 21 'deck.
Per stmr. Claudliie, from Hawaii
nud Maul ports, Vth. 7. I.. W. .Long,
Mrs. I.oag, (leo. I'nnuJntto, (I, II.
Vlckers, A. It. Tinker, Miss H. Too
mey, Mrs. Ida Case, .Mrs. O. W. White.
Will J, CutiR'r, Mrs. Coojr, 10, H.
lllanclinrd, Mlsi A. Chong, W. Ilnmll
ton, Mngata, H. 1 Cooko, Mrs. Cooko
I' led Kiause, C. C. James, H, 8. Sa
mors, D. U. Newell, fJ. Ilray, M. Crano
M. Stoder. Mrs. C. Mnhoe, II. (Jooilin
Fluid, Mia. riehl M. C. Me)oxs, Flor
ence .Wood, Mis. J. J. Dowllng. Mlsg
Shopurdsoii, S. T. Starrelt, .12 deck.
I'AHtfKXaKItS IIBI'A KTKI1
l'cr.T. IC. K.S, S. Nlppin Maru, for
Yokohmna, Feb. G Hughes Comedy
Company (0), C. I". Ileebe, Miss J.
IC. (lielg, T. Komatsu, K. lwouuga,
I'cr stmr. Klnait, for Kauai Jiorts.
Feb, G. Mrs. C. t.. Dlckersnu, Paul
Schmidt, A. II. Jones, V. II. Illco
and wife, M. II. Walker mid wife, M.
F. 1'iosser, ft. 1'. Spaldlnc. J. A. (Ion
salves. i'cr stmr. I.lkoliho, for Maul and
Molokal jKirts, Feb. t,.U. U. Wal
lace, J. D. McVeigh.
Per stmr, Mlkahala. for Maul and
Molokal pons. Feb. GyJ. D. Mc
Veigh. PeV M. N. S. S. Honoliilan, for San
FrimclBco, Feb. 7. F. C. Ilrlggs, MUs
M. A. (llhson, Mrs. Laura, Keytiolcls,
Mrs. K. h. Ferdon, it. H. Japiia and
wife, T. McKwun and wife, (leo. W.
I.co and wife. Miss n. 1'atton, Miss A.
Wlthlngton. Miss K. Strlckler, Mrs.
W. nortolf, F. Oouln, it, Lofters, 11.
S. Hlslnge und wife, M. K. Miller
and wife, H. I.. Sabers, S. H.Jdoses,
J. .f. Cfnlg, P. W. Mosoti, Wm. Ho
lablril, O. 11. Vicars, Mr. Dowsett, 1).
,V. ynrsthaugli. J.S. llluckftt, A.'.F.
Parker and wife, Itoheii Hu'ck'lioltz,
A. S. Ooodfellow, K. N. rtlchinond
I'cr stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Feb. 8. nev. T. .Plervls nml
w)fo, Erie 'A. Knudsen nnd wlfo.
Per stmr, Chtuilluo, for Hllo, vln
way potts, Feb. 9. A. A. Wilson. Mrn.
.1. William and child. 0. Hong Yat,
C. C. Don. Mrs. D. II. Murdock, W.
Par stmr. Mnunn Kea, for Hllo, via
way pons, Feb, 12. Mrs. Clara n.
Hatliburn, Alex. Ilergun, O, O. See
Inn, Dr. M. A. Itobluson, Mr. Davis
and wife. C. It. Smcado and wife,
MrB. i:. M. Cheiry, Mrs. P. Chcir)',
IC. M. i:hrhmn, R. A. Holnicis vand
wife, Dr. J. M. Shockey, Cm I Dodson,
Mlbfi I.. Holmes, Mis? liarkor. Miss
McLennan, H. S. Ilildge, Mrs. C. (1.
P.ildge, Miss M. L. Colsnn, Freik Da
ker and wife, Miss U. (luun. Mis.
Thomas Aboard, It. P. Mclennan.
I'cr stmr. Kll.iuoa, for Kuuu and
Kan por'H, Feb. 13. Capt. Oicgory,
licit I.. Lloyd and hlendj.
nix, sailed ,frojn Honolulu, ( for Seal.
cc, uirivi'ii wee. i a.
Uigaii, from Honolulu for Mnnlla., ar
rived, Jan. 4.
Sherman, sailed from San t Francisco
for Honolulu, Feb !.
Sheridan, fioni Honolulu for Manila,
sailed Jan. 1G.
Crook, at San Francisco.
riuford, ut San Francisco.
Warren Stationed at the Phlllpplnee.
Thomas, Killed fmm Honolulu for San
' Fianclsco, Feb, 3,
To placo feriurupon the window' sill
meaiiii tlirlr death, ns they can not
llv In n cold draught.
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