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BVBN1N0 nUM.BTIN. HONOLULU. 1. IT . Tt'KSPAY, I'lW. 11. 190S.
Oceanic First Denree.
Honolulu Commandery 6 p. m.
All visiting members of die
order are cordially Invited to
attend mcUlugs o( local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Matt! wvery Monday evuulng nt
7:J In I. O. O. l Hull. Fort Street.
U. It. HHNDUY, Seoratwy.
I1WN. V. YICKHHfl. N. (1.
All vtiltlng brotlicri very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mtets every Tuenday evening at
w30 o'elook (a K. of I'. Hall, cor.
.Sort and niirctnnla. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. I.YU-3. C.C..
F. WALDIcON, K.R.S.
OAHU L0D0H, No. 1, K. of P.
Mts every Friday evening at
7: SO In K. of 1'. Hull, corner Fort
and riuretnnla. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. Dni1K!NO, C.C.,
JAS. W. 'WHITE, K.H.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Benolulu Lodge No. 616, II. I'. U.
D., will meet In tbwlr hall on King
Bear Kort street every Friday even
By order nf the H It.
IIAKItY A. WILDBK,
F. H. RICUA11USON. H. It.
Wu. Jf'KINLEY L0DQE No.8, K.of P.
Mtets every Saturday evening nt
7:19 o'clutk In K. of P. Hall, cor
rrt and rierctanln. Visiting broMi
we enntUlly livltetl to attend.
vr. l. rrtAZHH, c.c.
K. A. JACOHKON, K.K.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meats on tho 2nd and 4th WED
tncSDAY evenings of each month at
7:80 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Bergenia nnd Fort strectB.
Wltlag Naglea are Invited to at'
' V. L. FRAT.IJK. W., Prest.
II. X. 1IOOHK. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meet every first nnd third Thurs
days of nacU month at Knights of
DyHilsn Uall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
J. TV. ASCII. Bncheia.
A. n. MURPHY, C. of II.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
twaagsffiBH u JiTuaxragiajiucanijj wn ,w
Jack and the Game also a carload
of jewelry being practically given
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
P. IS, fturnette.
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: MtV. Loans: Collec
tions, Agent to Grant Marriage Lie
Ofllce 79 Merchant St. Phone 310.
You Wank Eleobic Wiring Done or
Prirate Telephone Installed or Dry
latteries, can the
UNiqN ELFCTRIC CO.,
tO Derttasia St. Phone 312.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos
Shirt, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
JBOTBfc STBBET NEAR BETHEL
f- Cey BULLETIN ADS. PAY -380
umvmm i 1 1 i if'iitfirt-fiirmitiirii Tnifif
i Folding Carts
King and Bethel Sts.
Gas Co., Ltd.
a cow because
of its purity.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
85c a Bottle
J. M. Levy & Co.
King St. Phone 70.
THE NEW SMOKING TOBACCO
have solid comfort after dinner
fill your pipe with QB0ID.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
LOCAL ANI) GENERAL
Wrtlkini; around finds few Jobs:
persistent Bulletin Want Advertising
almost always wins.
Panama hata cleaned nt the Globe.
Pmld HntiRhs sailed today on the
Phone 452 for a hack, Bethel
St. Hack Co.
To i-nloy n ride right, ring tip 298
lot- Union's llnlck.
T H. Robinson of Maul returned on
tin- Klnati today.
MIkh Agnes Wood loft for Hawaii
tiMim in the Klnau.
V. I.. Hopper Is hooked to depart In
Hie V. (1. Hall tonight.
See the new "Aulo Waists" nt
llUnn'ti. Tho very latest.
1'. a. Marshal Hendry left for Ha
wnll today on the Klnau.
Itliig tip Scotty's when 7ou want n
good aulo ride. Phono 107.
Putnam Health Pills mnko rich
blood; 50c. a package. Try them.
ti. a. Deputy Marshal II. llruus anlb
for Knunl tonight in the V. (1. Hall.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Dr. A. Irwin of Hawaii, who boukc
(U the Klnau, left today for his home
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
James K. Kennedy wns an outward
passenger on tho steamer Klnau to
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P.. will
meet In K. of P. Hull this evening nt
Tho Fashion Saloon Is now serving
an excellent dinner between 4 and 0
O. N. Wilcox nnd O. II. F.ilrrhlld
will be going out 011 the Hlonnior Hall
A. S. Wilcox ami wife rclum to their
home on Knual UiIk afternoon In the
W. G. Hull,
Kxcclslnr Lodge No. 1, 1. O. O. l-,
will meet In Odd Fellows' Hall at 7:3(1
The Island Fruit Co. recently ship
ped two crates of plueapplet) to Skng
Embroidery all-over yoklngs nt 35c
n yaul at Whitney & Marsh's sale
For a few weeks Mrs. Kearns'
chutney will bo 25 cents por Jar at
all the stores.
Court Camoes No. Slid, A. O. I-'.,
will meet In Sail Antonio Hull HiIh
evening at 7:30.
J. F. Hamburg of Ilaekfeld & Co..
Icrt today on the steamer Klnau, which
sailed at noon fur llllo.
For perfiimcB that are sweet, last
ing, nnd delicate, go to tho llolllstcr
Drug Co., Ltd., Tort street.
Capt. Otwoll and Col. lllddle were
among the Klnau passengers who
sailed today for the big Island.
WIfo smokers prefer tho Owl fi-ccni
cigar to any other. It'a been the best
for a long time. M. A. (lunst & Co.
Hermann Chop lliun open nil the
timo on llotol street, near Nuusnu.
Kxcrllont meals at lowost pi Ices.
.Mr. and Mrs. I). If. Case of Maul,
with their chllil. departed today on
the steamei- Klnau, which sailed at 1-
Judge Aiidrade has decided that th
statute giving the Ilonril of Health til;:
control over public laiindiles is uncoil
Mr. and .Mrs. P. C. Itossl and clillii
were passengers on thu liiter-lsluiul
liner Klnau, which sailed fur Hawaii
at 1111011 today.
J. C. Cohen wns a passenger on Hip
Klnnu today. He goes to llllo 011 bus
iness nnd will visit tho volcano before
lie returns here.
The wedding of It. llinllaiid Undo to
Miss A. M. Coster will be solemnized
at St. Andrew's 'cathedral this after
noon nt four o'clock.
Hope for tho best. but lie prepared
for the worst! That means Insure in
n reliable coinpan. Consult the Ha
wallau Trust Co., Ltd. ,
(Icrtrmlo Whitney Scaulon was ap
pointed administratrix of thu cstato of
her lain father, Benjamin D. Whitney,
by Judge Lindsay, yesterday.
Uveryone who loves music and Ho
nolulu should have a Ukulele. Wu
have a fine lino of them. Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd., Young building,
The Incandescent light is clear,
steady, strong, yet soft. It Is better,
In every respect, than any oilier arti
ficial light. Hawaiian Klectrlc Co.,
Tho ladlos lit charge of tho flower
nnd plant booth, nt tho danleii Parly
on tho lCtli, have a very cholco col
lection of plants, sco them, before pur
Captain Jossclyu of tho N'uuami
Kavo an Interesting talk in regard his
experiences when he was shipwrecked'
on tho Malay peninsula at tho Y. M.
C. A. last evening.
II. II. Williams, a creditor, petitions
that letters of administration on tho
estate of Mon Nln, deceased, bo Is
sued to Dr. It. W. Anderson. Tho es
tate Is valued at $300.
The natural beauty of woodwork,
boors, and furniture wilt bo brought
out by Johnson's: Prepared Wax, no
matter how many scratches mar It
now. Lowers & Cooke, Ltd,
Tho members of tho Ollvo llraiich
Itobekuh Lodgo aro making great pre
parations for their dunce to bo held In
Odd Follows' building on Wednesday
evening. Ilclng a Valentino nnd Leap
Year dance, thero will bo boiuo apodal
nnd Interesting features connected
with It. It Is to bo hoped thnt as
many ns posslblo of tho Odd Follows'
Itcbekahs and their friends will at
tend. Tomonow, February 12th Ik Abra
ham's Lincoln birthday and Is also
that by II. It. Kelokollo'H, known as
tho Hoy Orator. Bernard II. Kuloko
Ho, was born at Kumakelu, near St.
Louts College on February 12th. 1882,
and will be twenty-six tomorrow. Ho
Is at present holding the position of
stenographer and typewriter In the
law olflco of A, L. C. Atkinson.
rocs unnoticed or unattended to by
the same man who rushes to the den
tist at the first twinge of toothache.
He has 32 teeth, and two eyes, but
he'll blame his headache on his
stomach, and risk his eyesight,
ARE YOU DOING THAT NOW?
A. N. SANFORO.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BLDG..
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
vlth their new FRENCH dry cUanlnn
258 Beretanla St.
i . i-
Wireless From Thomas
WorkedOver 1000 Miles
SAN FltANC'ISCO. Cal., Feb. It). A wireless message received hero
fioni the trnnspoit Thomas, eleven hundred miles out of Honolulu, reports
i safo voyage, fair lime and siiuallv weather.
CUT OUT TWO
NI-JYV YORK. N. Y., Feb. 10. The House Comtnlttco on Nuvnl Af
fairs has rejected Hie President's recoininoiidatjoii to authorize four bat
tleships, hut has Included two. No piovlsloil has been made for a drydocl:
at Pearl Harbor,
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Fob. in. At a monster banquet of young
publicans given here tonight, Secretary Taft received an ovation.
BOILER TUBES OF ST.
Louis burst today and
Cal., Feb. 10.
rour men were
ASSEMBLYMAN IS UNSEATED
MANILA, P. I.. Feb.
of tho Philippines.
T0KI0 TUBLIC AGITATED BY RUMORS
TOKIO, Japan, Feb. 10. The public Is agitated by rumors of'wnr with
WAR IN MOROCCO
to attack Fez.
Morocco, Feb. 10. -
Tho first requisite of n good
mother Is g-ood health, anil tho ex
perience of maternity should not be
approached without careful physical
preparation, as a woman who Is in
f'ood physical condition transmits to
icr children tho blc-bilus of a food
Preparation for healthy mater
nity Is accomplished by Lydla 13.
Plnkham's Vcgctablo Compound,
which is inailo from native roots nnd
herbs, moro successfully than by uny
other medicine because It gives tono
and strength to tho entire feminine
organi&m. curliUT displacements, ul
ceration nuil inflammation, and the
result Is less suffering and more
than thirty years
Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound
has been tho standby of American mothers In prcpnrlnp for childbirth.
NotewhatMrs. JamcsChestcr.of 127 W. 33th St., Now York says In this
letter: Dear Mrs. Plnl(liam:-"I wish every expectant mother knew about
Lydia K. I'lnUham's Vegetable Compound. A neighbor who hod learned
of its great vnluo at this trying- period of n woman's llfo urged mo to try
It nnd I did so, nnd I ennnot say enough In regard to tho good It did me.
I recovered quickly and nm In tho best of health now."
Lydia 13. plnkham's Vcgctablo Compound is certainly a successful
remedy for the pccullnr weaknesses and ailments of women.
It has cured almost every form of Femnlo Complaints, Dragging Sensa
tions, Weak Hack, Fnlllng nnd Displacements, Inflammation, Ulcera
tions nnd Orgnnlo Diseases of Women nnd Is invaluable In preparing for
Childbirth and during tho Change of Llfo.
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation to Women
AVomen suffering from any form of femnlo weakness aro Invited to
nm .iirs, rinitnnin, at ijynn, aiiuu,
The Knights of Pythias nro malting
M'cnt prcpatutlons for tho celebration
of the fort j -firth anniversary of tho
lounitlng of their order, which will
fall on tho nineteenth of this month.
To begin with, n chowder nnd curd
party will bo given on Feb. 17 under
tho uiisplces of tho Pythian Sistors.
On Feb. 21 a smoker wljl bo given,
unit on Feb. 2: nil tho Knights nnd
flsters will attend sorvlco nt thu
First Methodist, where u special ser
mon will he delivered for the occa
sion by Itev. Dr. Crane.
SHIP ASTRAL HAS
(Continued from Voce li
nnn rluht frti- n ,-nr.fii-,l vnvnire for (tin
Astrnl, nnd according to her olllcors1
YOU'RE ALL RIGHT
when you let us build
your launch, canoe,
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS ,
King near Alapai.
ggjj)ygfjg-ii jfr 7
Easy to learn, full of mel
ody. Get yours nt the
Hawaiian News to.
Alex, Young Bldt , Tm.. j;.
LOUIS BLOW OUT
Holler tubes of the now ciulscr St.
has been unseated by thu Assent-
The army of the Sultan has started'
children healthy at birth,
Her advice Is Irco.
and men, sho hummed right along all
It Is unusual for a vessel to have an
easy tlmo 6f It while coming around
tho Hoin, hut tho Astral had that ex
pel lence. On thu other sldu of tho
Horn tho ship lost her foro degallant
mast In n sudden gquall, but this was
tho only real stormy weather that the
boat encountered. After coming
nroiiud tho Horn, considerable rain
was met with, but llttlo wind.
Tho Astral Ih one of tho finest equip.
pod nnd kopt-up vessels thut ovor
ciiiiio Into thin port. Ah Chief Olllcer
Lathaii said: "Olio beauty of this
ship Is that you can look into tho fur
uway hidden ciuneiH of tho essel, nnd
you will find her us neat nnd trim nu
out on tho dock where everyone may
A few days beforo tho Aftral cumo
to tho Horn, she sighted u full-rigged
ship which thu ofllcers took to bo tho
Kdwurd Sewall, though tlioy did not
como within speaking distance. Flr.it
Olllcer Lnthiin stated, hhwuvor, that
from nil appearances, they wcro nl
"08t l'uslthu that tho vessel was tho
i.uivaiu sewnu. tins ib uiomemous
111 vlow of the fact thnt tho Arthur
Sewall, her sister ship, bus been
marked as long over-duo by Lloyds.
Tho Astral ht-oui'.ht In 5200 tons ol
coal for tho United StatcH Navy, mid
she Is now ducked at tho navy wharf,
where sho will soon begin discharg
ing. Mrs. Hannah Jaeger of New York,
5 rect tall and Blonder, capturod a six
foot burglar and Bat on him while her
husband summoned tho police,
N 1EM PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, January 27.
. 'ItANCISCO Sailed Jan. 25.
ii schr. Honolpii, for llonolpu and
. KKAKCI8CO Sailed .Inn. 26:
ii. bk. (Icorgo Curtis, for Honolulu,
in. bk. Andrew Welch, for llllo.
KOHAMA, Arrived Jan. 25:.
'. M. S. 8. Manchuria, henco Jan. II.
STOMA Arrived Jan. 25:
Dr. S. S. llaron Cawdor, henco Jan.
KAHULUI Arrived, Jafi. 25:
Am. sp. IS. M. Phelps, .from Sail
SBATTLK Arrived Jan. 28:
Ilr. S. S. Mimosa, hence .Inn. II.
8YI)NBY Arlvcd Jan. 28:
Dr. S. S. Moatia, henco Jan. 13.
Wednesday, Jatnuary 29.
.i. ITtANCISCO Arrived Jan. 29:
E. V. Whitney, from Knhulul.
YOKOHAMA Sailed .Inn. 29:
P. M. 3. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
Thursday, January 30.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Jan. 30:' '
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Jwi. 2C:
Am Schr. Compeer, from Kurcka.
Friday, January 31.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived, Jan. 31.
Jap. S. S. Hongkong Mum, henco
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed. Jan. 30:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, for Mnhu
konn. Friday, January 31.
S13ATTI-3L13 Arrived Jan. 31:
A.-II. S. S. Novndo.ii, from San
POUT OAMni.1-3 Sailed Jan. 31:
Am. bk. Albert, for llllo.
Saturday, February 1.
VANCOUVF.lt Sailed, Jan. 31:
Ilr. S. S. Mlowera, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Jan. 31:
A.-II. S. S. Arlzonan, for Sallna
Monday, February 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 1:
J up, S. H. Nippon Maru, henco Jnu.
OKAYS HAIHIOIt Sailed Feb. 1:
Am. schr. C. A. Thnyer, for Hono
Am. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 2.
V. 8. A. T. Crook, henco Jan. 25.
HILO Arrived, Jan. 31:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from Sail
HILO Sailed Jan. 30:
Am. bk. Aunlo Johnson, for San
Tuesday, February 4.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived Feb. 4:
O. S. S. Alameda, hence Jan. 29:
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Feb. 4:
Jap. S. S. America Maru, for Hono
lulu. POUT TO WNSKND Arrived Fell. 4:
Am. sp. Jnbez Howes, from Knhulul.
Wednesday, February 5.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived, Feb. 5:
Am. S. S. Hllonlan, henco .Inn. 2$.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 3:
Jas. Ilolph, for llllo.
POUT HAItFOllI) Sailed, Feb. 5:
Am. S. S. Lansing, for Honolulu.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Feb. 5:
U. S. A. T. 'Iluford, for Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SALINA cnUZ Arrived Feb. 2:
Am. S. S. Columbian, from llllo,
KAHULUI Arrived Feb. fi:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, from Honolulu,
Thursday, February 6.
SALINA CltUZ Sailed Feb. Ii:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for San Diego.
Friday, Februery 7.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived Feb'. 7:
Am. bk. It. P. nithet. henco Jan. 19.
SKATTI.K Sailed Feb. 7,
A.-H. S. S. Novndan, for lloifolulii.
Saturday, February 8.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Feb 7: t
A.-II. S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Feb. S:
O. 8. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Feb, 3:
Am. bk. Mohican, for Sun Francisco.
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 10.
8. S. Asia, hencq Jnu. 28.
HILO Sailed Fob. 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Kureka.
Tuesday, February 11.
SAN DIF.QO Arrived, Fob. 10:
A.-H. 8. S. Texan, from Sallna Cruz.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Feb. 11:
Jnp. S. 8. Hongkong Maru, for Ho
nolulu. KAHULUI Sailed Fob. 10:
A. II.' S. 8. Moslem, for Kuanapall,
HONOIIMI Arrived, Feb, It: .
Alii. schr. llonolpu, from San Fran
cisco, Jan. 25,
CELEBRATE VALENTINE'S DAY.
(Special to tho Bulletin)
Walliiku, Maul, Full. 10, A vnlcn
tine unlertulnhieiit will bo given at thu
Penhnllow rcsldonco on tho evening
of 14lh Inntnut, for which u smalt ad
mission feo will bo charged for Guild
JjaF"For Rent" cards on tale at
the Hulletln office,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "HTTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KINO ST.
a.m. p n
o f3 1.6 If ii $ vl
t t f.8 l 10, 6 04
t o 6 $4
Ii I 18,
5 it R '
1 41 59. lo S
Full moon Feb. lCnt J.0;35 p. m,
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is lObuura
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
tlmo, being that ot tho meridian of 167
iegrecs 30 minutes. -Tho tlmo whistle,
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is tho samo
as Greenwich, 0 hours P minutes. Sun
nnd moon aro for local tlmo for tho
i i '
li ARRIVED x
31 M B S 8 X M A W X K W fc
Monday. February lo.
nf. sp. Astral. DUiiliani, 11 iltiyu
Ironi Lambert Point (Norfolk).
IC it K R K K DC X 8 i$ K K K M M
K DEPARTED 3t
Monday, February 10.
Schr. Concord, Sam Kahnuuaele, for
Kmmukakul, l.ahalnn and Kulaup.ipa,
5 j i. in.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senile. Tor
Walmnnalo and nruund thu Island
ports, 7 n, m,
Tuesday, Fehrtinry II.
Ilk. 8. O. Alien, Wilier, for tho
Coast, a. m.
Muilon Chllcott, for Monterey, a. in.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tullett, for Kauai
ports, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, Clarke, for Hlln nicl
Hawaii ports, 12 m.
ft W )f 3d K 3f K M X K " V K K 3C 31 K 3C
K SAILING TODAY
A 3 M 31. M M ff V. H ii M M K M
Stmr. lwalanl. Seir, for Molukal and
Maul portH, 5 p. in.
Stmr. W. 0. Hn.ll, Thompson, for
Knual ports, 5 p. in.
Schr. Mol Wahlne, Sam, Mima, for
llonolpu, 5 p. m.
Am. bk. S. O. Allen, Wilier, for San
A.-II. stmr. Despatch, Kolterwltz, for
Kauai, 5 p. m.
n SAILING TOMORROW '
K X Jf K 3C K 3 K M R X tt 3
Schr. Ada, Plihamil, for llllo, proli
V 38 K 3 8C S 35 V K K V M ) 3i 3 K M
X- DUE TOMORROW 3
it 31! H X K H W 'Ji M 54 3C 3t K X Tj 3C K
Stmr. Mlkalinla.'Orcgory, from Ma-
3C ii. tf X 30 V. 3ti M X A 3d 3t X W X X
X DUE THURSDAY
. X X X X iH . V X M X X X. X X
T. K. K. S. S. America Mnru, doing,
from tho Orient.
K V, X X X XX X'X'XX X X X X X X
X DUE FRIDAY
K X X 3d X X X X K X X X X X K X X
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
K K K n M K K 5 3 T 31 9 W V. X X X
K PASSENGERS BOOKED
K 3C K II M X X X X K X K X X X 331 3(
Per stmr, Klnau, for llllo nnd way
portH, Fell. 11. For tho olcano: Mrs,
H. T. Sflnpi'oii, Alden Andersiui nnd
wlfo. Miss Halliard, T. II. Halliard, F.
iodmnn, Mrs. Hideout. Mrs. Potter,
Miss draco Wood, MIsh Agnes Wood,
Mrs. A'. C. Kmnions, Mrs. H. W. Km
mons, P. t;. Hossl, Mrs. P. C. Itossl
mill child. O. Schilling and wife. J. C.
Cohen. For llllo mid other ports:
Mrs. (Icorgo V. Jalilns, T. 8. Kay, Mr',
cud Mrs. 1). II. Caso and child, Jniues
K. Kennedy, T. It. Itoblnson, Delia K,
Joseph, Dr. A. Irwin, Mr. George,
Ccorgu Itlchardson, U. 8. Marshal
Hendry, Capt. Otwoll, Col. .Diddle, O.
Notloy and wife, T. Kuto, Mr. Parmuii-
ter, Mrs. W. JelllngB and two clilldren,
W. A. Ilanisey, MIsh Vannetta, J. F.
C. Hagens and wife, W. Dellz. J. F.
Hiinibiirg. J. O. Young, David Hnuglin,
William Green, It. Cuttou, Col. Dun
ning. Por stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai,
Fob. tl. Mrs. 11. Jnrtli, W. U Hop
per, a. It. Hetilon, A. 8. Wilcox and
wlfo, L. K. Smith. Dr. Putnam, J.
Moragne, Mrs. Wiihlno Kelu, O. N.
Wilcox. II. Ilruiis, G. II. Fall-child.
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Kauai, Feb.
13. W. C. Parko. Mr. and Mrs. Slog.
Rett, tho Misses Wilcox.
Per stmr. lwnlanl, for Moloknl, Feb.
J1. Mrs, Tollofson.
3v 3i 3( 3C 3C W 3i K X 31: 31 33 X 3C 35 35
U PA68EHCIBIH ARSITSD '
' K XfOK K X X X X X X X X X
Per stmr. Mauim I.oa, from Maul
and. Hawaii ports, Feb, 11. From
Ivan: Miss Alice Moore, Miss Kutb
Mooro. Mrs. P. M. Wlckham, V. II. J.
Wlchkham, Chas. Kuackstedt, C. II.
Hull, G. C. Howltt. From Konn: .1.
Cullen, R, Kektiown, Miss K. Marklo,
M. Jlachiiilo, Mrs. SI. Machadn nnd
child, Dr. E. 8. Goodliuo. From Kit
walhao: 8. Knalhue, Mrs. 8. Kaal
lino, C. II. Horswlll, Mrs. C. H. Hora
will. From Mnhukona: Mrs. 8. Laz
nro, D, II, Mnconechlo. I'rom Mnul
pnrlB: J. N. 8. Williams. Dr. H. II.
Dlnogar, Mrs. II. II. Dlnegar, It. It.
Crawford, J. If. MoKonzlo. II. II. Pen
hallow, Hov. J. Tunaka. I). K. Kuhau
lollo, Chas. Masehko and wife.
John F. Donovan, tho attorney who
defended Mrs. Homadkn, convicted of
lobbery In Chicago, haa begun suit
against her brother-in-law, Clement
Romadka. In Milwaukee, for J2.B0O.
nlleecd to be duo us fees.