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STOUTS, CLASSIFIED AND SIHPPINQ
NEWS SECTION
SIXTEEN
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 11H3.
RICE FIVE CENTi
mil CHAMBER OF
CONSIDERS TOURIST PROMOTION DISGORGES MORE
tSprUl star-BullrtJn Gtivipordno?f .appointed for the revision or the by
ivAit.i'Kii Veh. 12 Maui Chamber laws of the Maui Chamber of Com-
of Commerce held the monthly meet- merce submitted a complete report,
lng at the Maui hotel yesteray noon. That committee consisting of H. B.
Manager W H field ervU a very Pen hallow, J. J. Walsh and D. H. Case
'appetizing luncheon which about 3. had done very, careful work and pass
members of the chamber enjoyed. The ed to to the chamber a complete set
business meeting of the chamber fol- of their suggestions for the new by
lowed immediately. I- ...
A communication was read from The important changes and addi-
Palmer Wood concerning the poasi- tlons to the old rules are in regard to
bllitr of having himself assist Maui membership in the chamber, which
in securing tourists. , The Idea pleased
the members cf the chamber that one
man should look after the interests of
those seeking to visit Maui, and the
possibility of combining the care of
those who desired to Visit MaTil and
Hawaii at the same time seemed like
a feasible proposition of Mr. Woods.
It was decided to let the matter rest
'until the next meeting of the chamber,
at which tlme the proposition would
be thoroughly discussed. i
A letter from (the Promotion Commit-
tee asking for information as to rates
to Haleakala.set the ball rolling, for
considerable argument The facts
were brought' out that there was no
one on Maui at all responsible for
giving out information concerning the
tourist inauiries and, after much dis -
cussloa to which ajarga number of
the members of the chamber took part,
it was finally voted to ask a special
committee of three to loon up raies
and be able Iff make a full report at
the next meeting. C. D. LUfkln was
appointed chairman of the new com-
mlttee. who. with two other members,
will Investigate rates and prepare
somewhat of a schedule that will ans-'
wer the question that are being eon
stantly asked concerning visits to
Maut .- ' - .
There were some few other matters j
of business and thefi the committee t
' .' :
Llasonic Temple
HON DAY .V'.'"' J
Leahi Chapter No. 2 O. E. 3.;
Stated; 7:3d. p. m. i "-..: y-
TUESOAV :.v;.-.w. v-;V )."n..'V
Honolulu Lodge No. 409; Spe
cial, First Degree; 7:30 p. m,
WEDNESDAY -; ;
Hawaiian LtxJga No 2; J Spe
cial, Third Degree; 7:30 p. m.
THURSDAY , ' ''V . 4"
; Honolulu Chapter. Na 1, .Ri .A
M.; Stated; 7:80 p. m. ; V
FRIDAY' 'y X, ::--
- Oceanic Lodge No.' 371 .'.Meet-'
- lng is postponed. . ; : . '
8ATURDAT i-
tCHOFIELD LODGE : .3;
WEDNESDAY. - ---V Y ''
Schofield Lodge Na 443; Spe-
clal Meeting; 7:30 p?m"; - -
THURSDAY-' v ' v -o '
Schofield Lodge No. 4 43 .Stat
ed meeting; ,7:30 p. m. ,
Saturday - : :. . V
- ,
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MODERN
ORDER OFv PHOENIX.
TTC1 meet at their, home,- eoraei K
cretatiai and Fort streets,' every
Thursday "evening at 7:30 o'clock.'
CHARLES HUSTACE. JTL,, Leader
FRNAK MURRAY. SecreUry
HONOLULU LODGE, CI 6 B. P. O. E.
Honolulu .Lodge' No.
15. a ;P. a Elks,
vineets Mn their hall,
on King : SLj ; neari:i5 P. bl, 39:30 p. m, tllUS P- m.
Fort, i every - Friday h ror . Wahlawa and Leflehua 10-:20
: TaoS;iVisltlng bTO-,. tl:0 p, BU 5:00 p. ax. Ul:00
there aie cordially In
vited to attend.
L. ANDREWS, E. R
H, DUNSHEE. 8ee
" Secure - Your" Ticket
East or
. West vi
Scenic Traracontlncntal Route.,
FRED u WALDRON, LTD,
a t u
r
' Atae Reservations
any .point on the
mainland. .
- see WELLS-FAR.
GO A CO, 77 S.
, tctne t Tlima
r C.)lAIL)
COMMERCE
careiuuy bbiu.u. ""v .V '
tion and withdrawals. Heretofore ,
considerable confusion had arisen,
concerning some of the questions con-(
cerning membership. Also additions
are placed in the by-laws concerning
delinquents In the payment of dues.
A committee of three on promotion.
has been added to the other standing (
committees of the chamber.
These changes and additions as sub-
nmieu wm uiu
March meeting of the chamber1.
George Webb of the All-star Kiayers
Company that has been -visiting Maui
was called, upon, for few remarks,
Mr. Webb spoke very enthuslsatlcally
concerning joe support . sui uu s
en his companr and. said that ail naa
'had a very good time. He then urged
the necessity of greater ' work along J
the lines of promotion and said that
"Maul should have a great many more
vumo m iu;wuus
bad 1n the past, j
,: , . :
flf CABBAGE. FISH.
c Alio A Pi? 'iuXUf DDE An
SAUSAGfc. NEW DtttAU
"1
5 Indigestion, das, Sonraf.or Up-
get Stomach If jouH take Tape's
Diapepiln" Try This!
. r
SOme . foods you eat tit back
taste rood, but work badly; ferment
into stubborn lumps and caue a sick, i
. sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or I
Mrs, UyspepuC JO mi oowu; rapes
DIapepsin digests everything, leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. There
never wis anything so safely quick; so
certainTy effective. , No difference how
badly 'your -stomach is disordered you
'will get happy relief, In .five minutes,
but what pleases you' most Is that' it
strengthens, and regulates your , stom
ach so you can eat your favorite fods
without fear. . . ,"V 'i
- Most remedies! gne you relief some-.
. . a a. , A a.
times 'tney are iow, oui noi ure.
'Tape's DIapepsin! is quick, - positive
and puts your stomach in healthy
condition' so the jnlaery -won't come
back., "- j - .
.You feel different jas, soon' as
Pape's Diapepsin; comes In contact
with the .stomach distress Just van
ishes your stomach gets sweet; no
gases. . no belching no. eructations 1 of
undigested food, your head clears and
jrou feel fine.,. .jV';: -.:'. .. :.
? Go .now, make Hthe best Investment
you ever made by getting a large ilfty
cent case of -Pape's DIapepsin ' from
and drug store, --Ton , realize in five
minuses how ceedless.lt is to suffer
from :. thdlgestioa, dyspeosla; .or any
stomach disorders-advertisement.
; , i ' ' ii mt m :
STARVATION CURE !
v. KILLS PALO ALTO MAN
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
PALO ALTO, CaL, Feb. 17. L. " C
Roth, who mjicle a prolonged fast of
"60 days in an effort 'to cure himself
.'cf stomach trouble and who broke his
fast on Monday died 'yesterday, the
result of his abstinence from food.
0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE
OUTWARD.
For Walanaa, Walalua, Kahukn. an!
way stations 15 ainw 3:20 p-m.
For Pearl . City. Ewa Mill and way
sutions t7:S0 a. sl 9:1S a. a.
411:10 a.:ni, 2:11 p. m 3:20 p m.
p. 0, .':
-INWARD.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahmka, WaV
elua and Walanaa 8:3f ja,
p, m;' . : v' xv'-:;' u- 'T'--:-, :
Arriva Hoaoluli tram Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17: 45 a. m, 1:38 a. m,
11:02 a. mL; l:40 p. m, 4:2l p. m,
5:31 p. nx, f 7: 30 p. zn, -
I 'Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and
" . 1 1 -1 a . a. mm .
4:91 u m- 7:10 p. m H ;
The' HaleUa- Limited, a two-hour
train (only flrstclass tickets honored)
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at S:3I
am, for Halelwa hotel; return lax ar
rives la Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The
Limited stops only at Pearl City' and
Walanae . j , :, . v-' - ;
Dally, t Except Sanday.Huniay only.
. P, DENISON, F. C SMITH,
E::0.!Han&Son
GENERAL
; MERCHANDISE
Fort and King 8ta
V, TAKAKUWA L C0
Umited.
NAM CO CRABS packed In
Sanitary Cane, wood lined.
Kaaana tt aaar Ems ft.
v.; : . ; i ... ; ;" t(
BRITISH STEAMER
POPPY EXTRACT!
X-ray Search for Opium Gives
Results; Captain Placed
Under Arrest
Associated Press by Fed Wireless.
NEW YORK. X. Y.. Feb. 17 Cus
toms officials searching the steamer
Frankmouth for opium, of which there
is supposed to be $30,(00 worth con
cealed, were yesterday rewarded by
the uncovering of a cache in which a
number of tins were found. The
search is to be continued until the
port officials are sat'sfled that they
have seized all the contraband aboard
Yesterday the captain of the steamer
was placed under arrest.
NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE
MAKES TIPPING ILLEGAL
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. 17. The Ne
braska legislature passed a bill which
makes tipping within the state illegal.
THAW TRIAL POSTPONED
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 17. The
trial of Harry Thaw for conspiracy,
which was set for the 23d, has been
postponed until March, 1.
BIRTHS
.1
VIEIRA In Honolulu. February 11,
191o."to Mr. and Mrs.' Manuel Vlelra,
of Molliili. a daughter.
SEOUIRA In Honolulu. February 10,
1915, to Mf. and Mrs.1 Justino Se-
qulra of South Queen street, a son.
REGO In Honolulu, January 23, 1915,
to Mr. and Mrs: Manuel do Rego of
624 Mokuea road, a son.
WARIUED
11
McCOOMB-PELL Tn Honolulu. Feb-
. , mary 18, 19.15, Rev; E. E. Brace.
, pastor .of" the "Methodist church, of
ficiating William McComb and
Mrs. May Bell. Witnesses. W. H.
ZLeelef and MrsBoradorL
HOLM-BOYD-In Honolulu, February
15, '1915. Rev." A, A. Ebersole, asso
ciate' nastor of the Central Union
Church officiating; Otto -D. Holm and
Mrs. Evelyn. Boyd. Witnesses, Mr.
and Mrs. William Hole. .
PAU-AHI In Honolulu. February 14,
1915, Rev, Father Ildefonse Heib-
i ges of the Xathollc cathedral, offi
ciating, Herman Pau and Miss Anna
; Ahl Witnesses. "James Akima, Jr.,
and Miss Josephina Kauahi.
AKIMA-KAUAHI In Honolulu. Febru
ary 14, 1915 Rev. Father Ildefonse
Heibges of the Catholic cathedral,
-officiating, James Akima. Jr., and
Miss 'Josephine Kauahi. Witnesses,
Herman Pau and Miss Anna A hi.
SILVA-PERRY In Honolulu. Febru
ary 13. 1915, Rev. Father Ulrich of
the Catholic cathedral, officiating,
John Q. Silva and Miss Eulalla Per
ry. Witnesses,' James McCarthy and
Barbara llva.
DEATHS.
1
1
NAOHO In Honolulu. February 15,
. i, 1915. Ella Hauola Naoho, widower,
-vof 1059 Beretania. street, a native of
Walhee, Maul, aged 9 years 11
months and 7 days.
CAMPANI In Honolulu, February 14,
1915, B. de.Campan?, a native of the
. Philippine islands, aged' 25 years.
Six timber wolves are terroizing
the district around Richmond school,
near Springfield, Mo. They steal pigs
and chickens, .and once, chased a man
on horseback. ' - -
MOVEMENTS OF
MAIL STEAMERS
r TSSIS TO ARRTTE I
,t: I 4
Wednesday, Feb. 17.
San Francisco Alaskan, A.-H. str.
Thursday, "Feb. 18,
Maui ports Claudme, str.
Saturday, Feb. 20.
Hilo Wilhelmlna, M. N. str.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str.
Kauai ports Kinau, str.
Kauai porta -W. G. Hall, str.
Friday. Feb. 19.
Seattle Dix, U. S. A. T.
I
YESSELS TO DEPART
Wednesday,' Feb. 17.
Hilo Wtlhelmina, M. N. str., p. m.
Thursday, Feb. 18.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str., 3 p. m.
Friday, Feb. 19.
; Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
str., noon.
TRA5 SPORT SERYICE
Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran
Cisco, sailed Feb. 5.
Thomas, from Honolulu for Guam and
Manila, sailed Feb. 15.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu for
San Francisco, arrived Dec 14.
Sherman, from Manila via Nagasaki,
sailed Feb. 15.
Dix, from Seattle for Honolulu, sailed
Feb. S. r
Warrea, stationed at the Philippine
ISHIP PURCHASE
FIGHT DRAGGING
ITS WEARY WAY
Indications Point to Fight to
Bitter End; Time Limit May
Kill Measure
Associated Press b Fed. Wireless. 1
WASHINGTON, I). C. Feb. 17.
Democratic leaders cf both senate an i
house agreed last" night that the ad
ministration's Ship Purchase Bill eith
er will be before the President for his
signature before the end of this week
or will be dead for the session.
The fight against the bill is being
kept up unceasingly, but one side or
the other must stop soon. Either the
filibuster will end or the Democratic
leaders will agree to drop the mea
sure In order to complete the abso
lutely essential appropriation bills be
fore the session lapses through time
limitation.
Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo
yesterday made public a letter he had
written Senator Fletcher, in which he
denies the truth of the intimations
that have been made that he has en
tered into negotiations for the pur
chase of merchant ships of any of
the belligerent nations for operation
under the proposed legislation.
- As an amendment to the Week's
Naval Auxiliary Bill, the Ship Pur
chase Bill was passed !n the house
yesterday by a vote of 215 to 121.
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
ROME, Italy, " Feb. 17. Continued
horrors come to the stricken districts
in Central Italy in and around Avez
zano, .where there have been' fresh
earthquakes . "yesterday' and where
wolves; driven; down from the moun
tains by the .heavy, snowa, are becom
ing so bold that armed sentries In the
earthquake -districts have been attacked.-
- . ' . '
The automobiles carrying relief
supplies through," this section have
been followed by. the wolves, hunting
In packs. A number of unarmed per
sons .-have, been killed and devoured
by these ravenous animals.
The valleys; in. many' sections are
flooded from the melting snows and
the ; heavy rajns.
HAWAIIAN DZPT.
i February 15, 1915.
Special Orders No. 34.
1. It being Impracticable to assign
Private First-class William F. Smith,
Quartermaster Corps, on duty at these
headquarters, to any organization for
rations, the Quartermaster Corps will
commute Els' rations at the rate of $1
per day while on this duty.
2. Privates First-class George H.
Moorse, Ludwlck C. Ross, Charles L.
Stoddard, James Brser, and Privates
Edward Leber, Jacob Lohrfink. Ed
ward A. Lind, Lawrence Hamilton,
Arthur C. Boren and John Johansen,
Hospital Corps, having arrived on the
transport Thomas, are assigned to duty
4t the Department Hospital, this city.
3. Private John B. Adams. 68th
Company, Coast Artillery. Fort Kame
hameha, T H is transferred to the
Hospital Corps, at that post.
4i Quartermaster Sergeant Edward
J. Phillips' Quartermaster Corps, hav
ing reported at these headquarters in
compliance with paragraph 26. Special
Orders No. 293, War Department, De
cember 14, 1914, is assigned to duty in
the Coast Defenses of Oahu, and will
report to the Coast Defense Command
er for assignment to station.
February 16,. 1915.
Special' Orders No. 35.
1. Privates Luther J. Taylor and
Carl E. Watson, Company K. 1st In
fantry, Schofield Barracks, T. H., are
transferred to the Quartermaster
Corps at that post.
F. k. howardVakes out
FIRST OF NEW PASSPORTS
--'.".
The first passport to be issued by
the local federal court under the new
regulations' was taken out yesterday
by Frank Kine Howard of Honolulu
who desires to travel in England, i
France, - Spain and Portugal. In ob
taining hpassport Mr.. Howard was
identified by Howard D. Bowen, also
of Honolulu,
The new passpcrt regulations were
Issued from the White House by Pres
ident Wilson November 13. 1914. Un
der the old regulations passports were
Issued by the secretary of the terri
tory. This has been changed, how
ever, so that they now are issued by
the clerk cf the federal court and
forwarded to Washington, D. C, for
granting by the secretary' of stjte.
The Moresmore Methodist and Cal
vary Baptist churches, and School No.
16, of Yonkers. N. Y.. won closed bo--aii8
of st-nijot f iT in tin district.
WOLVES RAVAGE
QUAKE DISTRICT
I MANY
WORRIES OF WAR
-HAKES OFFICIAL
U. S. State Solicitor Johnson
In Serious Condition From
Overwork
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
WASHINGTON. D. C Feb. 17.
Cone Johnson, solicitor of the depart
ment of state, collapsed yesterday
from nervous prostration, brought on
by the labors he has been perform
ing in connection with questions aris
ing out of the war. His condition ia
serious. His' palace in the state depart
ment has been taken by Chandler An
derson, who was special councillor of
the state department under Secreta
ries Root and Knox and who is re
garded, as one of the leading Ameri
can authorities on international law.
CHILDREN HATE OIL,
CALOMEL AND PILLS
California Sjrup of Figs" best for
tender stomach, liter, bowels
tastes delicious.
ixiok back at your childhood days.
Remember the "dose" mother insisted
on castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, how you fought
against taking them.
With our children it's different
Mothers who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children's revolt is well
ounded. Their tender little "insldes"
are Injured by them.
If your cnild's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, give only deli
cious "California Cyrup of Figs." Its
action is pos.wive, but gentle. Millions
of mothers eep thi3 harmless "fruit
laxative" handy; they know children
love to take It; that It never falls to J
clean the liver and bowels and sweet
en tho stomach, ana that a teaspoonful
given today saves a sick child tomor-
row.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which has ful directions for babies.
children of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on each bottle. Beware of
counterfeits sold here. See that It Is '
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other kind with
contempt. advertisement,
Cihlzens of the vicinity of Kaneohe
bay are circulating a petition asking
the legislature to enact a law to pre
vent the alleged present practise of
Japanese fishermen of sweeping the
bay with large fine-meshed nets. The
supply 13 running short as a result of
this alleged practise, the' signers al
lege. PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per M. N. S. S. Lurline, for Sen
Francisco Feb. 16 W. M. Alexander,
Mr. Summerfield, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Bell and two children, W. A. Inman,
Mrs. A. M. Alexander, Max Green
bough, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bcrger.
i
I
PASSENGERS EXPECTED
f-
Per M. N. S. S. Manoa from 3an
Francisco. Due at Honolulu, Febru
ary 23 Francis A. Beeton, C. Sey,
Miss Julie D. Hoppln. Robert A. Bee
ton, Harry Beeton, Miss Mary E. Sin
clair, Donald Bigelow, Mrs. A. L. Case,'
Miss J. Masson, T. E. Winant, Miss,
Gertrude Butler, C. G. White, Miss
Laura J. Wurts, Mrs. I. J. Shepherd,
C. H. Bigelow, W. L. Searles, Clarence !
Hall.fjas. E. Dermody, Mrs. H. P.'
Bailey, Mrs. Albert Hoppin, Mrs. Caro
line Beeton, John E. Sinclair, W. F.
Cooper, Mrs. H B. tirown. Miss Carrie
E. Crawford, Mrs. J. H. Hoyt, Mrs. T.J
E. Winant, Mrs. O. C. Swain, A. .1
Wurts, Mrs. A. J. Wurts, Miss G
Schuman, Mrs. C. H. Bigelow,-Mrs. W.i
L. Searles, G. Schuman
!
If AILS
Mails are due from the following:
points as follows:
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Feb. 19.-Yokohama-rNippon
Maru. Feb.' 24.
Australia Ventura, Feb. 25
Vancouver Niagara, Feb; 24.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Wilhelmina, Feb. 24.
Yokohama Chlyo Maru, Feb. 19.
Australia Sonoma, Feb. 22.
Vancouver- Makura. Mar. 8.
AUDIT COMPANY
OF HAWAII
t24 BETHEL 8TREET
P. O. Box 448. Telephone 203A
Suggestions given for simplify
ing or systematizing office
work. All business confiden
tial. Conducts all classes of Audits
and investigations, and furnish
es Reports on all kind of fi
nancial work.
NERVOUS WRECK
DAVID BISPHAM PLEADS FOR
MORE MUSIC 1 PUBLIC SCHOOLS
It is remarkable how David Blspham
not only keeps the esteem of the pub
lic, but how it has grown into an
affection that is particularly dear to
the heart of any artist.
Mr. Bispham has a growing belief in
the university of music, and particu
larly of song, which is such a personal
thing that it brings a singer closer to
his fellows than instrumental music
possibly can. He declares: "Music
is a fundamental thing in human na
ture, and that it should be taught sen
sibly in all homes ami in all schools
and colleges: not that everybody
should be made a professional per
formerheaven forbid! Hut that the
people at large should be brought up
with this beautiful thing, and know
about it and its makers and execut
ants, and be able to sfng and play
for themselves in an intelligent man
ner. In this way if educators could
but realize it great good would re
sult to the world, as great, if not
greater, than by the study of many
things which are in the list of require
ments for every person who is educat
ed at all. Music Is a necessity, and
should be so considered from a scien
tific standpoint.
"The time has happily passed when
to enjoy music was looked upon ask
ance by the religiously minded. Tho
study of music should be undertaken
as carefully as that of literature, sci
ence, history, art or languages. Sink
ing especially, and the correct use of
our English language tn speech and
song, should be insisted upon in all
schools, from the primary- grades, pub
lic and private, to high schools and
colleges."
Mr. Blspham. in. he short remarks
to his audiences with which he In
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO
"THE EXPOSITION LINE" ''
FOR SAN- FRANCISCO:
Ventura Feb. 25
Sierra March 13
Sonoma .March 25
Sierra April 10
Ventura ..Apr. 22
MAKE YOUR 1915 RESERVATIONS EARLY.
$110.00 ROUND TRIP.
C BREWER A COMPANY, LTD.,
Direct Service Between
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO.
S. S. Manoa ..Feb. 23
S. S. Matsonla. ...... ...Mar. 2
S. S. Lurline... ....(.v. Mar. 9
S. S. Wilhelmina.......Mar. 16
Navigati
matson
S. S. Hyades sails from Seattle February 13. 7
CASTLE & COOKE, LIM ITED, Agents, Honolulu
PACIFIC MAIL
Sailings from Honolulu on or
FOR THE ORIENT:
S. 3. China via Manila, in and
out Feb. 2
S. S. Manhcuria via
Manila Mar. 5
S. S. Mongolia via Manila
i ... Apr. 2
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY, TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. - A&nti
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
Steamers of the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on
or aLut the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT:
S. S. Tenyo Maru Mar. 12
S. S. Nippon Maru Mar. 27
S. S. Shinyo Maru April 9
S. S. Chiyo Maru May 7
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu
CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE
Subject to change without notice.
For Victoria and Vancouver. For Suva, Auckland and Sydney
Makura ...Mar. 5 I Niagara Feb. 24
Niagara ........ .w. April 2 Makura Mar. 24
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL-AGENTS
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN 8. 8. CO THE PANAMA .CANAL. LINE
A STEAMER will be despatched from NEW YORK for HONOLULU,
via Pacific coast ports ever TEN DATS. Approximate tlnfe la trnsit
FORTY-THREE DAYS. SEATTLE and TACOMA to .HONOLULU
SEATTLE and TACOMA to HONOLULU, S. S. TEXAN, to sail
baout FEBRUARY 17th, and sailing every TEN DAYS thereafter.
For particulars as to rates, etc., apply to
C. P. MORSE, H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD.
General Freight Agent AgcntaV
variably opens hi recitals, does not
hesitate to promulgate this doctr!ne.
and his rubbing In of the Idea is tak
ine hold of neoDle errrvwhaM
Mr. Bispham's season has o far
been a most successful one cf about
4 appearances already. In 30 places,
among which there have been Imme
diate re-engagements; ten of bla en
gagements were unw the auspices of
the music departments of educational
institutions, such as Ynle, Columbia
and the University of Pennsylvania,
and yet Mr. Btapham finds that the
boards of governors or too many
echools and colleges are not. yet
awake to the supreme value of music
when sensibly and scientifically
taught.
Mr. Bispham's appearances in hi
native Philadelphia this season have
numbered four, and his seventh an
nual concert at the Harvard Club on .
Sunday, January 17. brings the total
of his appearances In Greater New
York to ten. On this occasion the
program was entirely devoted to the
scnes of American composers. New
York Exchange.
WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. WINS
OUT IN MASSACHUSETTS
Associated Press by, Fed. Wireless.
BOSTON. Mass., Feb. 17. A bill to
submit to the voters of Massachusetts
an amendment to the state constitution
extending the right of the f ranchUe? to
women was passed by the requisite ma
jority in the house of representative
yesterday. Th's bill had already pasa,
ed in the state senate.. The amend
ir.ent will be submitted to the voters
at laree In November. ;
FOR 8YDNEY,. N. S. W.
Sonoma .Feb. 22
Ventura March 22
Sonoma .............. .Apr. 19
Ventura May 17
General, Aftnts
y
on
San Francisco and Honolulu -
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. Wilhelmlna ..... Feb.; 24 J
S. S. Matsonla.... . , ;..Mr. .10 ;
S. S. Lurline ...Mar. 15" ;
I"
STEAMSHIP CO.
about the following dates:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
8. 8. Mongolia... ...... Mar. 2
8. 8. Persia. . .V : Mary 23
8. 8. Korea . ......... ;it Mar. 30
8. 8. Siberia. April V
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
8. 8. Nippon Maru
S. S. Shinyo Maru..
S. S. Chiyo Maru..
S. S. Tenyo Maru. . .
....Feb. 23
Mar. 18
...April 13
Mar. 4
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