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CVCNINCJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 15, 1912.
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MONDAY! i "
Oicunlc l'lr-d lligrir,
Hit iMiiin ii 1'lrxt Drgrio.
Honolulu Chapter, Ii. . M.
Hoip CroK lllglilicnlh
l)i gn c.
llnriiiini) Chapter Nil I
(). I.. s. Itigulnr.
AH Tliltlnt mtratuns ol tk
Order r cordially Invlt'd tn
attend meetings of local ldr
Meet on IIm"
2ml mill llli
ul K. T. Hull
:no r. .M.
MARINE ENGINtEHS" 3I'm,"7 '
EFICIALAS-rWTIUI. di'il'ni ,Z
wm. .UckiM.i:v Miner, o. s,
Iv. of I.
fT'Vi Meets every 2ml nml 4tli S.itur
r'c Mil.ii. evening lit 7 SO nolock In
VSv K "r ' I-a11- cor r,,rt "",I
t' lion tunh. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend
a. r. (ihhtz, c c.
r. r kii.ui:y. k. u. s
OMIt' l.ODCi: Ml. I, K. of 1'.
MrctB oveiy llrst mill third Frl
) day at 7 30 o clock, I') Milan
I Hall, turner llerctiinla and
Tort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially imlted to nttend.
S. DIX'KKR, C C
o in:i.i:, k. ot n & s.
iio.oi.ri,r loimji:, ;n;, it. p. o. 1:.
. Honnliilu 1-odgc No CHI,
ii i' j i.ikh, mceis in
their hall, on Kins St.,
neni Fort, oery I rldn)
evening. Visiting Hroth
ers nro cordially Invited
i) p. n ishmif.ro, k u.
OICO T. Kl.UHGHL, Soc.
HAWAIIAN TIM III' MI. I, I. 0. It. 31,
Meets ever) first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall. I O O F
building. Vlntlng brothers
cordially Imlted to attend
HliS'HY A ASCII, Sachem
I.OI'IS A. PHHKY, C of It
lioxn.n.i' .11:1111: no, r. o. k.
ffjfcjj Meets on second and fourth
'BAJ Wednesday evening of each
jfa-- month at 7 M o clock, In
San Antonio Hall, Vlnonrd
street, near Hmnm Visiting brolhors
ore Invited to attend
I' IIKKH.NS, W. V.
W.M C McCOV, Secy.
iiiiMii.ri.r i.onci: o. &ui,
I.. (I. 0. .11.,
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
1 ort street, near King, every Friday
ovenlng nt 7 i!0 o'clock.
Visiting hi others cordially Invited
- AMISHOSIJ J WIHTZ, Dictator.
H A JACOHSON, Secietary
Importer Fort St
THU VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
i iflilllnery Parlors, Doton Dloek
1027 NUUANU STREET
" 'ii.Up ,0 dat" Millinry nd Man's Hatl
(J.Jcut reectvad by the S. 8. Wllhol
niina, the latest in LINEN and LIN
GERIE GOWNSi also WHITE TAIL
66-67-68 YOUNG HOTEL
-J HAWA i SUUTH btAU
fj Ul i
,, II ii 1 1 c 1 1 n lVimt Ails itIII (1ml It. "
PIANO nnd FURNITURE
OFFICE, KING STREET
(Additional Shipping New
NEW ZEALAND LEARNS OF
INCBEASE IN OCEANIC FLEET
Two Larger Liners to Etc Added to Serv'cc Sonoma to Sail
on Initial Voyage Next Month Several Popular Sierra
Officers Will Transfer Tug Hercules From San Francis
coBark Allen Anchors in the Stream Awaiting a Berth.
Two liners of larger tonnage and
nitieh greater cargo (nparlty lire to
he added lo the Oi entile Steanisliiii
Coiii)an lice I, following the lesnnip.
lion or the San rrantlHeo-llotioliilu-i'ago
Such Is the I'lfoniullon that vvai
ealiled from Kan PrauelHco to Aixk
lanil, ,Vn Zealand, nieoidlng tn well
Informed nlucers In the slc.imshli Si
ena, vhkli arrived at Honolulu this
The lcjiort which reached the south
ern eommnnueatth hears the linll
inaik of autlieiulcll) In ever respect
and Its purport Is to the elTect that
though the Oceanic Company will
within a fen months have two steam
ers In eommlMsion and operate the
same on a San I-'raneiseo-Aiistriillan
seivlie. the demands foi space will
soon he found lu.ideiiiate for the lim
ited capailtv of the steamers Sonoma
The claim Is made that there has
been n ninikcd Increase lu refilgeiat
ed cargo offerings which lias ahead)
necessitated a material change lu the
plans now pursued In the reconstruc
tion ot the two liners
The report wlikli has tit this time
reached New Zealand, Is looked upon
hj otllcers In the Slenn as signif
icant In the meantime work is being
nulled mi the steamer Sonoma now
lit tho Union Iron woiks. Sun Vrnn-
clsco. The Sonoma Is scheduled to
sail from the coast port on a special
excursion to Panama Canal under the
auspices of tho San rruurlito Cham
ber of Commerce. The date of de
parture has been Ihed for April 2."lh
The line twlu-siiew Sierra, flvo days
and eighteen horns from San Fran
cisco, hi rived at her berth at Oceanic
wharf before eight o'clock this morn
ing, her officers repotting n line trip
down to the Islands su,vo the llrst day
after leaving tho coast, when some
lough weather was encountered.
Tho Sierra Is now- being discharged
of L'JSO tons general enrgo, including
live tuitomohlles. The vessel brought
CD cabin nnd 1.'! steerage pasucngers.
1.1 crates of prize poultry, 41 pack
ages express matter, 190 Backs Inter
11: Q V Clark, the Sierra surgeon,
is to make one more round trip lu the
Slerta befote going over to the So
noma I)r Chirk will accompany the
Panama pnrtv on the Chamber of
Commerce excursion and then remain
In the Sonoma us tho medical ollleer
Chief Steward J. C.irleton Is mak
ing his last trip in the Sierra as he
bus been nominated by tho Oceanic
Company to attend to tho lltllng up of
the Sonoma and he will take up his
new duties on arilval at San I'rnn
cIsco All Siena officers repudiate In most
emphatic tonus the fool piedlcllons
ventured by an Irresponsible scilb
bier In tho columns of n morning
sheet, and appearing under tho guise
of nn alleged .Interview with them, In
I elation to tho appointment ot Messrs
Held nnd Cavalry of tho T K. K tn
tho Oceanic servico as pursers. The
Btory Is branded ns a Billy fako nnd
one dlsplavlng llagrant usslnlnll and
gioss Ignnranio In its authorship.
Tho Sierra Is lo sail for San l'ran
elseo ii t 10 o'clock noxt Wednesday
morning, taking n goodly shipment of
sugar and over two hundred cnbln
pnssengers. Kor once tho Sierra will
bo prctt) well hooked up on tho )
turn trip tn the mast It Is estimated
that between fifty and sixty Spanlaiils
jiml Portuguese will tako passage In
Trimiort Criml fur Cnlilc Work.
Tho army transport Crook litis been
ordoied to hasten to I'uget Sound for
duty as a cable lepnlr ship, to take tho
place of the cahleship Ilitinslde, whoso
bolleis are dcleUlve The Iliiinshle
was ordoied nut fiom Seattlo bomo
days ago to make repairs to the Alas
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
on Page 10)
ka cnble Tho boilers were known lo
be In bad condition, nnd before the
ship went to sen a siuvcy wns ordeied,
which resulted In tho hollers being
londcmned. As tho lepnlrs weio urg
ent and tho Hurnsldc was the only
in tillable ship equipped with the nec
essary gear, tho ciiblo ship was towed
to tho scene of trouble, When tho
Crook arrives nt Seattle tho llnrn
slde's cablo handling machinery will
bo transferred to tho Crook, which
will do duty tis u government cable
ship until the Hurnsldc Is ready fm
service The lluinshlc will bo lowed
to San Frnnclsc'n and will bo taken,
probably, to the I'lilon Iron Woiks for
n general overhauling.
(iiiiranllnc Chief on lite IMIIiiIiiiIiiii.
I)r V V. Trotter, who has been re
lieved of duly ns chief timiriintlne olll
eer tit San I'ranclsco and ordeied to
Honolulu ns chief ipiauinllno officer
of the Terrltoo of Hawaii, sailed with
his family March 13 on thu liner WII
bclniliia Tho Mnncjiurla, which nr
rlvcd nt tho coast part ( wns tho last
ship to vvldch Dr. Trotter gave quar
antine inspection. Dr. JI. V. (Hover
succeeds Trotter ns chief quarantine
officer and assumed charge of the
quarantine station. Dr V. C Hillings
relieves Dr (Hover as head of the med
ical force at the Angel Island Immi
I'ur-er Warren Win "Wnlcliril."
Purser Charles II. Wan on, for four
5 ears with the Mntson Navigation
steamer I.iirline, wns "watched" be
fore bis departure from Honolulu
home weeks ago. Warren has assumed
his duties as chief clerk In the Seattle
offices of Alexander & Ibildwln. lie.
fore the I.iirline sailed Wnrren's foi-
incr shipmates presented him with u
handsome gold watch as a token of
friendship P .1 Mjers, who was u
freight clerk on tho Wllhelmiuii, has
succeeded Wurren ns purter on the
lli-lnrcr .Mel with Hough Weather.
The Commercial 1'nclflc cablo re
pair steamer Restorer Is icported to
bavo met with considerable tough
weather off Midway Island pending the
Bocurlng of tho broken strands of the
trans-P.itllle cable. Por several d.ivs
tho vessel hovered over tho cable tind
It was only after the cxpendltuio of
much effort that the lino of commun
ication was restored The Restorer
should nrrlvo hero within n few dnvs
lo tako on supplies before continuing
thu voyage to I'uget sound.
Had IVe.illtcr llclnvnt Wllliclnilnn.
Tho Mntson Navigation steamer Wll
liclmlnn did not enter Sim Francisco
harbor until twenty-four hours fol
lowing tho arrival of I hn Oceanic
steamer Sierra, owing. It Is said, to
heavy weather. Tho Wllhelniina Ib ie
polled as having been obliged to slow
down on account of furious gales and
seas and tho Wlllielmlnti felt tho
brunt of tho weather mora than tho
Slorra because of being deep down
Klnau Sailed for Kona and Kau.
Tho Intel-Island steamer Klnau was
dispatched shortly nllcr noiiu hour l.i
dav for Komi and Kau pints by tho
wnv of Midiegors, Miihukoua and
K.iwalhao and not held ovor until .'
o'clock this evening, ns oiioueottsly
announced In tho columns of u mot it
lug sheet. Tho Klnau cntrled u fair
list of pashcngois and ti goodly qtifin
tlt of ftelght for wlndwaid Hawaii
potts The Klnau Is scheduled tn io
turn lo Honolulu next Kilday morn
ing. Maul Drought Shipment of Sugar. ,
Tho Intel -Island steamer Maul with
n largo consignment or sugar gath
ered Ht Hawaii ports was an arrival
at Honolulu this morning. Thculllccis.
report a fall passngo htmmward
TIDES SUN AND MOON
mm (Ho 0.W
S II Bt'l 0.10
fW ( n.nH ,1 iv
S 1,1 007 1 Oil)
0II OKI1 010,
rv, o.m wiv cutl ski
1.7 I sun1
I" mi '.'Ii .... ... ...
V 1 V 13 fl.'li ll III l,
New moon Muich IS at II .lb a m.
Temperature- G n in, fi, S n 111,
7:1; 10 ii in, ".'I; noon, 70, morning
llaromctcr, 8 n in.. 30M; dew point,
S a in., 01; rotative humldltv, 8 a in.,
7.'; absolute hiimldlt) 8 a in, CICM.
Wind 0 n. in., vclocltv I, dlicctlon
N ; 8 a in., velocity 4, direction S. I!.;
1U n m.; velocity 12, direction S.;
noon, velocity tn, direction S.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended 8 iu in, Ifiti miles.
Italnfntl for 24 hours ending 8 a.
in , .0 inch.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cnhlc In MerclmnU'
Friday, March 15.
IU(i:.Mi:ilT(),V Anlvid. Miucli 11,
U S. rrnlscr West Virginia, henco
SAN CHANCISCO - Anlved March
II, a a. in, U S A transport Lo
gan, heme Mulch 0.
HtlltKKA Arrived. Maiih IS, H. a
niicrnso, hence M.ileh ",
No Wireless from the Nile.
It tho gciicial siiDposllinu that tho
wireless equipment Installed lu tho
Pacific Mall steamoi Nile Is not of
sufficient power to get into communi
cation wllli the Knliiiku station, as
nothing has been heaid from tho
steamer since her depaituro from Vn
kohiinui, .lupin. The Nllo Is expectec'
by If. H.ickfcld & Conip.mj, her rep
rescntntives nt Houot'ilii, to arrive
hero tomorrow nltcniooii. lu that
event tho stennier will ho dispatched
for San Francisco the following morn
lug. Tho Nile will cuirv u few lay
over passengers and n huge mull.
That thin Is a possibility of the
trie sugar lilll passing Hie House and
even going bejiuiit that and passing
the Senate, Is the Information reielved
In a private table iccelved here this
morning Tho uihlc states, however,
that a presidential veto is certain
A passenger on the steamer tllerra
this morning brought news to u local
stoeklnoKe r that the wholi scheme is
purely ii political one, ami that thero
Is io e hum i of the hill ever tin illy
.Members, be said, aro '
voting fur the ineiisiiin because they
know It can never he law ami they
aro plnslng up lo their constituents.
Tlie Dinioeiats are stating that they,"0' wharf, tlicro lecelvlng tho llul-h
are Using to t educe the cost of living
JUDGE DOLE AND
Judge Dole slates there Is no truth
In the statement that ho lecoinmcml
cil Thuiston for (inventor as goner
ally iiimnied, and published In this
"It Is true that Ned Adams canio to
seo me," said Mr. Dole, "hut In fulling
to net on his icqiicst, I did not speak
for Mi. Thurston."
When nsked If ho had leeoniiuoud
ed Mr Thuiston on unv other inci
sion Mr Dole said Hint ho hnlloved
Mint lu convocation with otto man ho
hud mentioned tho nnine or Mr Thurs
ton, hut nut lu such u manner as
cnuld ho (otibldcied u fotiuil iceotu
incml.itlou MANY DEPART FOR
Tomoriow and continuing for one
week, acenidlng to the piesetit plans
thero will be a general eclebintloti In
Walloon Hawaii, lu honor of Miss
Thelmii Pinker, grunddniighlor of Col.
Sam Parker, when she becomes of
llinest Knnl and his quintet club
this morning left In tho Klnau for
Waliuci, wheio the) will furnish mu
sic foi the occasion. Tup Kiinl club,
six In niiiiiiici, seiennded the dlsip
peiiilng whurf as the Inlqi-lslaud Unci
Klnau headed fjr the open sea..
There will bo a grand limit nnd
ilanee dining the eelohintloti. Athlel
Ie and othci spoils liavo been in
langed foi ihe octiisIoii. About ulno
liuiulicd liivltatlotts Imvo been Issued
lu Mends of tho Paikeis nnd this
moinliig u huge number of Honolulu
people left tin tho scene of festivities
Tho answer of tho Hawaiian Tiuat
Company was filed In the i'cilcrnt
i:.Courl this morning In connection with
ho Mtihulm slle trial Hint Is now pro
ceeding bqfoic Judge Dole nnd n Jiir.
Tho company claims ISO.nnu as the
dnmago Hint It will suffer through hav
ing to move out. Al the present tlmo
It holds four lenses, tho pioiiertv on
which the building Is sltiuted being
held by four interests,
United Stntes Dlslilet Attorney Hob
crt W. llreckpns this moinlng cuntlm
ued tilling tils line ( attack, placing
II. Cnsltman Curler on tho stand again
nnd revelling to the question ulrcadv
nskod him, when h witness for the de
lensc. tn respect to tho tax returns n?w- Mrs- ' " ""oslmrs, P. Dlct
mado by him for tho Cummins prop- .rlcl, 'I1"'"- Mrf', '".," ha'
loiter tn the morning T. i:. Wall.
president of Willi, Nichols Co.. was
placed on tho Mnml nnd lestlllcl ns to
I he e.isi. Hint Ms firm liml liel.l ,.n
Iho Cuiiii.ilns block. Ho staled that
they gave It up to Cnstlo it Cooko be-
e.niBo 11 . iin,.f ti.ln.... i .i ...
"Wo wore verv cltnl in .1,1 r n.n
lease, he said "because for retail bus
uess the location is pool I j situated."
On cross-examination he stated Unit
at the time of giving up tho lease they
had another store tunning cm Klnj
street mid deslied to consolidate tboi
business, nnd tho King stiect stand
wns tho heller one of the two for re
The rest of the morning session vvim
taken up with having leases admitted
and tho pmvlng of them.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Simla! Unit. tin OnirisisdiiUiice.)
AHIIINHTU.N D . Mm 1 --Tho
DcmoiriitH of the House ute lonteni
plitlng the upplleatlon of n little petty
(coniiiiij to tho Territory of Hawaii by
reiluelng the iiumlur ( t Ircult Judges
The suggestion has In en sirlously
made that one or tun might be lopped
orf, leaving tho number nt live or six
The agitation was started by tho
committee on appropriations. H seem
ed to attract attention and somewhat
of approval A decision was reachi d
to tako the matter up for serious con
sideration when the legislative, execu
tive nnd Judicial appropriation hill Is
Tin- committee has promised u hear
ing to Secrctnrj .MiCloIlan lie will
iidviiiiee reasons why there should li
no reduction In the number ot circuit
The above correspondence explains
the cablegram received by CSnvernnr
I'renr Hi other i1n from Attorney
(oiicrm w liKersliam requesting an
opinion nn the udv Isabllltv of reduc-
Ing the number of Judges The Gov
ernors opinion, cabled hack, was
iigalnst a reduction
Al living hcic fiom San PiiiucIhco
after an eight-day nassago from Sail
Pranclsco. tho powerful soagolng tug
lleicules Is ready lo take a line fiom
the big Stnndaid Ameiletin (hedge
iTiiiblnc, which Is moored nt Iho chan-
Ing touches in picp.iiutlon for the
vovngo aeioss Iho Pacific. Tho tur
bine Is to bo towed to tho Coast, her
work at this pott having been com
pleted. Tho lleicules Is manned by
fouileen otllcers ami men. Tho vessel
was sent to tho i.illway wli.uf this
moinlng to tako on fuel oil sulllelout
to carry the vessel to S in Krtinelseo.
It Ib expected Unit tho lleicules with
the iltedgo In tow will get tivvav this
evening or liininnnu morning at the
SATURDAY, MARCH 16th,
Wo will display our Spring Lino of
Imported Patterns, Aigerettes arid
Per O S, H. Sierra, for Snn Fuiu-
Cisco, Mnrch 2n. Thos, Addison, Mrs.
Addison, .1 I), Adams, Mrs Adams,
Wm. Adam, Mis. Adnlii, M C. Alvcr-
cz, A. Allan, Mrs. Allan, Miss Allen,
Miss H. Armstrong, dco. Mo. d'Ark
Icy, Mrs. d'Arklcy, .1. II. Askew, Mrs
Askew, two children nnd maid; II.
r.eniior, Mrs Ileimer, Miss Grace
Ilucklcv, Mrs 11. Hell, Mrs. K. 1) II.
Ilindlec, (1. S. Iltitler, Mr.!. Ilutlcr, .1.
II. Ilrnlev, Mrs. llrnloy, I., N Hi own,
Itcv C V. llrlnstnil, Mrs. Hrlnstnd,
Miss V Huoll. Mrs. S. J. Hrtiun, Mis.
I S. Ilucll, Mrs. II. (J, Hoswcll, Mrs.
J. A. Campbell, Miss C.impbill, .1. A-
Clark, Mrs. Clnrk, K. V, Carter, Mrs.
Carter, .1. .1. CnpHn, Mrs. Cnppan,
A. K. Qhcncy, Mis. Cheney, Itov. .1
A. Cooper, llev P. Ciishnnhsn, II. I)
Clow, Mrs, Clow, Miss Pearl Djer,
Miss Davenport, Miss Daniels, Mrs.
M. I.. Dow, Mis. DoWolf, J. Dear-
mil, .vns u. ii, i.avun. .14ms 1 lorenco
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'" "" ' "MJ?- V"1' ('"' !', '"
"ll'1' "'"' tw" tllllllrc". - s- "'funl.
" viiin.ui, D. n. cieiuiv, .mis. iil-ii
'l0' M'8' ,?, K. Huston, Miss II
,",,n!' , j'Irs ' Honilei tv-.n. T.
Ir.kttllLll.! Sll llil.ttltll.l lln., f
He, Mis. S. K. Huston, Miss Hiith
I iiniiiini, .virs. iiumuiiii, .miss .1. II
Hiimlilnl. J. II Hnll, Mrs. Hall. S.
,T. Hills, Jim. Howe, Mrs. Howe, 0
M. Hiistvndt, Mrs, Hiistvedt, F. P
Itugnn, Miss C.ihelev Hogiin, Miss
Mlldicd Hognu, Mrs. Herman Jnnas.t
C. H. .Itiild, Mrs. .Itidd, n. II. John
Mnn, Mrs. Johnston, .Vlss Helen Jones,
H. S. Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, Miss
Maiy Johnson, Mis. K. A. Kennedy,
Wm. Kllnger, Mrs, I. linger, John Krl-
elcr. Miss II. Ktcrstnd Miss l.auta
Ki liter, Mrs. J, l.ugiilens, Dr. Hugh
l.ngan, Miss liug, J. J. Lynch, Mrs.
J. Huppc Mjers, Mlr.s (II.k1h i:. My
ers, Mrs. M. I.. Mitchell, D. It. Mills,
Mrs. Mills, Miss N. McC.ee, I'. Mor
iow, Mrs. I). McPheison, J. M. P.
MeHiiaucy, II. M. Nlrhnls. W. S.
Nichols, W. Noiby, Mis. Norbj, Illsli-
op i:. W. Odioine, llev 1'. Okiinmrn
I. N. P.ittlsim, Mrs Pattlson, Mrs.
C. A. Putney, J. I). Porter, Mis Por
ter, Dr J. H. Plekaid Mrs. Plcknrd,
A. J. Peck, Kdvv. IMIIHz. A. C. Pllls
btiij. Miss W. N. Il.idcllffp. Miss M.
A llnukln, J. Kotschlld. Mies I). S.
Itlckard, A. P. Hooker, Mrs. Honker,
Dr. M. A. Hohlsou, .1. J. P.odrlgucs,
I., lloss. Miss M. A. Koos Mrs. .1.
Ilosenbcrg, Mis. J. Ii. Southg.'.te, J.
T. Snillh, Mrs Smith, Mrs. J. P.
Kcholleld. Mrs. I. Sailor, Mis, i:. M
Scoby, Miss Scoby, C. Ilciuv Snillh,
Miss I.. 11. Smith. D. II. Sllv.i, fleo.
I Smith, I), W. Tvvohj, Mrs. Twohy
nnd two children. Miss Mnry Twohy,
MrB. I,. Thompson, Mrs. I. Turney,
Mrs S. W. Tny nnd lnfiilit, (Jeorgo
VnindcnhnrK, Mrs. Vrnndcnbiirg, (1
.1. Wnllcr, Jr., Mrs. Stephen Win;.
Miss A. K. WIIcon. J. I,. Whitmorc,
C. P. Wnterhouse. Mrs. J. Wnllnco,
K. W. Webster, Mrs Webster, T.
Wick, Miss Floram c Wick Chas. H.
Warn. Mrs. Warn, Mis. Wm. Veidon,
Miss Lucille Vi'rdon, Mrs. Zecdor, P.
A. Honebinko, Mrs. Honcbrnkc, P. T.
Ilriiiislug, Mrs. Hiunslug, V. Iludg
ett. Mrs. Iludgctt, Mrs. llntsfoid. V. D
Ilcverldgo, Mrs, Hcverldgo and two
cliildicn, Miss Ilrlggs, II. K. Iliooks,
i:. W. Ili-ooks, Mrs. D. V Ilrcmks.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for llllo, via
wnj ports, Mnieh IE Mies Spalding,
.Miss Mlnahan, Miss M II. Pcarlcy.l
C. Cooiwr, Mrs. Washington, Miss I
Washington, K. I). Iltirhnnk and wife,
C. Ii Stiuiton, (i. W. Cliclg. L Ccicii -
or, .Mis. C II. Will, J. F. ransom,
Col. Itees, Major Woolon, IJ. 11. Car
lo), Ceo. Schadcr, lllshop Hestii!lc',
Mrs. S. W. I.) can, Miss Fannlo Ly
can, .Mrs. C. 11. Cnrley Mrs. II. V.
Tievencn, Mrs. M. Joseph.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kona and Ktiu
pints, Mnrch IS 0. L. Soienson, It.
M. McWnjiio and v;ire. Miss May,
Miss W. A. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. A.
(1. Hughes, Jr., Ilincst Kaal and par
ty, J. J. Dins, V. S. Chirk. Jus. Ako,
H. J. Hyde, Dr. William Motisarrat,
C. W. Ashfoid, Mis, A. S. Darker,
Miss Wllo.v, 11. fllcseeke, I). C. .Smith,
Mrs. James Lino, daughter nml son;
O. Alliens J. F. Hckart. Mr. and Mis
William Fill I ell, Y
Tan Illug, Father
Mauies, Mrs. Ah Moy, Sam Manil,
Hcnr) Kalllinnl, Holictt Kaaiia, Danl.l
Mnkaeiia, C. Hollc.
MILTON & PARSONS
PANTHEON BLOCK, FORT ST.
Per Btmr. V. O. Hall, for Knu.il
lioits, Mnrch 15. -II. V. Vlckcrs, J.
W. Neal, (1. W. MrCl.innlinti, S.
jlcckor, M. .1. Moore, U. J. Morgan,
C. Hay, II. II. Ilrown.
Per Btmr. Klfnucti, for llllo, via way
ports, March 19. Miss .1. Jones, Mrs.
K. S. Wight. Mr. nnd Mrs. MeKcnzle,
Mr, nnd Mrs. II P. Wood, Paul
Schmidt, Mr and Mrs. H. I). Iliirhank,
Mr. nnd Mis. W. A. Frost, Mrs. A.
Udg.ito mid daughter, Miss Hond,
Mrs, Wm ltngsdnlc and Infant, Mas
ter William Hngsdale, Mis. A. 0. Cur
tis, Jutes P. (Hess nnd wife, H. M.
Spencer, I). II Murdoch, Mr. and Mis.
J. 11. Adams, Mr. nnd Mis. A. (1.
Hnwes, Mrs. Chns. Cnsh, V S. Chirk,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Decker.
Per stmr. Mnunn Ijon, for Kniiat
ports, March 19. J. K. Hughes.
PASSIIMIKHS AHHIVi:i I
Per O. S. S. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco. P. Adlcr, C. K. Ilense, T. II.
Ilcnlon, James Ilium, Miss llluncho
llitrroiights, W I,. Coglln, Mrs. Cog
lln, Mrs. M. H. Coulter, Miss Ornco
Davis, W. II. Davis, Mrs Davis, II. F.
Kds.ill, Mrs Kdsall, Captain C. C. HI
llott. Ocorgo H. Franren, 11 T. Olllln,
Mrs. C I' Ornff, P Cnllllon, A. Han
Icy, Mrs. Ilnnley, Chnilcs Hniilcy, "ll.
M. Hyiiiun, Miss Dorothy Jordan, Mis,
Malonn Joyce, Miss M C. Jovco, ;, It.
KaufTman, Martin Kelly, Mis. Kelly,
Miss Kdnn Krouse, W S. Uing, Mrs.
Iing, M. W. Longfellow. W. 11. Low-
den, Mrs. Louden, Miss 1iwdcn, 11.
McCnrly, C. K. .McClelland, Miss Hllse
F. Miles, Dr. Ii l). Mlnckwltz, Mrs.
Mlnckvvltz, C. D. Miner, Mrs. ri. Nagel
nnd child, Mrs. C. II. Palmer. II. II.
Palmer, II li Putney, Mrs Putney,
Mrs. A. Pockley, Miss Helen Pockley,
Miss Phyllis Pockley, Mrs. (I. I). Howe.
Master Hubert Howe, Lieutenant It. li
Howell, Mis. Howell, II II. Scovcl.
Miss Ornce M. Schmalr, (! 11 .Shaw,
N. (1. Slen, Duncan Smith, Mrs. Lil
lian! Stanley, II. Stelnberger, Mrs.
Thchniit nnd two children, t) C Whlt
uker, S. Ii Woolley, Miss II M Voung.
YALE MEN GIVE
Duke Kahaliamokli had a great time
whin ho visited the Hawaii bs at
Harrv Lucas, son of Mr ami Mrs
John Luc ns, writes home by tndas
mall ns follows:
"Today Duke Kiihiinaiinikii, thellii
wull Nwlinnicr; Iludo Lemon, Vincent
(Pomes mid Mr. Lew Henderson, lliedr
manager, were all In New Haven, nnd
we Island lio.vs did our best to glvu
tliein a good time nnd make tlieiu feel
"We took them to luncheon at the
Cafe Mellone, to dinner at the Y lie
dining ball, and tho ufteriiiioii we spent
In my room plnviug and singing. Aft
er dinner wc went over to Alfred
Young's room and stnjed there for
some time, Dually eseoitlng them down
to the Tuft Hotel. They leave tumor-
Ir" morning nt :23 for New York
and Philadelphia, so I will not see
them aguln. It was line to have them
here, and we enjojed It Iniinciisclv
Hnrry Kleiner sa)s the) enjojed It loo,
and since be Knows tlieiu, I guess they
S0RENS0N TO HAWAII
nlllc Sorensoii, assistant laud agent
foi the Itlshop Instate, nml an nsslst
n nl to Superintendent F. S Dodge, has
resigned to accept the position or as
slstant to Alfred W Carter, luiiiagir
of Hie Parker Ranch city Ihiglneer
Cere, who has resinned his position
Willi the municipality, takes the poil-
Hon vacated hy .Mr Koicnsein
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Want Ads will II ml It.
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