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EVENING nULLBTIN, IIONOLULO, T II, FRIDAY. FF.I1. 25, 1008.
iiaHt raw RXT
WEEKLY GMEKDAR ' J n ,
Oceanic Lodge Stated.
I Lit 1MD.VV
Perfection Fourteenth Dcg
Pacific Second Degree
All visiting; members nt the
order are eonllally Invited to
attend mctlngB of lacal'lodgcs
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
McMs every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. I'. Hull, Fort Street.
H. It. IIHNlJllY. Scuctnry
hi:n. r. vickhhs, n. u.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of V.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, cor.
Fort and Horctanla. Visiting broth
srs cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. LYLR, C.U..
1'. WALDKON, K.K.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
7:30 in K. of P. Hull, corner Fori
and llerctanla. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
a. a. di:i:iiino, c.c
JAS. W. WHITE, IC.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, 11. P. O.
., will meet in their hall on King
near Fort street overy I'rlday even
ing. By order of the K It.
HARRY A. WILDKIl,
F. E, RICHARDSON, K. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P,
Meets overy Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Bcrctania. Vlsltltig broth
ers cordially invited to nttend,
W. L, FRAZKK, C.C,
K. A. JACOI1SON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
llerctanla and Fort Bt reels.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
W. L. FRAX.Ki:, W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORI3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets overy Drst nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. V. ASCII. Sachem.
A. 13. MURPHY, C. r It.
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Bates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAHOU ST.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send In your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakca and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
1 Folding Carts
k .'nr itirl R(I,I d,
1 '""S " """'"
The only prepara
tion that effectually
stops sneezing and
cold in the head.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG 00.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Fcrrard Bcnaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Oiieese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Holes in Shoes
arc sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST, P. 0. BOX 507.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnp.
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There is employment for every
persistent Bulletin Want advertiser.
One word one cent.
Punnmn lints cleaned nt tho (llobc.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
RltiB up Scolty s when you want n
good auto ride. Phono 107
W. A Hitmsay was among the Kltiuii
pnsseiigcrs who nrrlvc-d today,
A. H. Rusel nun n passenger on tin.
Klnau, which arrived this forenoon.
Mrs. V. V. Harris nnd children
tnmo hack this morning on the Klnau.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Judgo A. W. Carter nnd family nr
rived today from Hawaii on the steam
S, M. Knnakntml of tho Tcrrllnrln.
Biirvcy nfflco returned today on the
N. C. Wllfong wns an nr rival on tho
Klnau. Ho Is the Tax Assessor of Hi
Island of Hawaii.
A complete account of the Floral
Taradc in Saturday's issue, ready for
mailing, Five Cents.
Judgo A. N. Kcpolknl of Maul came
down today on tho Klnau to sec what
Is being dmiKo In his catte.
"Drink nnd tho world drinks with
you." The Honolulu world Is drink
ItiK nt tho Fushlon Balloon.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic'
You will bo surprised at Us coollhr
mid preservative properties. California
Kced Co., agents.
Stirve.vor W. A. Wall, who hns been
doing sonic survey bupltiers on I In
wall, returned today nu tho Klnau. lit
wns accompanied by Mrs". Wall nnd
Ml3s Power's return Is bclns nwnlt
ed by the tasteful dressers of the city,
as they expect n treat In tho mllllnc.ry
line. Miss Power has been Cast, so
The mnrrlngo of Alfred 0. I'nttcn
iiiid Adeline, eldest daughter of Leon
Mnltene, of Onomca, was celebrated
on Sunday last nt Honnapo. Tho cere
inony wns performed by Rov. Kamokit.
A Japanese named Naiu Wntunalil
employed ns n laborer at Wnlmiku
was Instantly killed by falling over
tho hlKh cliff near tho mill at Walua
ku on Sunday morning last. Hllo
Mrtlrydo Sugar Co.'s Injunction suit
PHiilnst Koloa Sugar Co. Is to bo car
ried to tho Supremo Court. Judgo
Lindsay yesterday allowed the defend
nnt to tnko mi Interlocutor' appeal
fioin tils order granting u temporary
It Is stipulated by counsel on both
bides, Judgo Do Holt nppnnlng, thai
tho trcsuar.s suit of Carolina Vlcrrii
iipilnst Wnlalu.i Agricultural Co., In
wlilch plnlutlff claims damages for
tho killing of her husband on defend
ant's railroad, may bo set for trial be
fore a Jury on April 0.
Merely by good luck, Clarence, tlw
negro boy who hns been a wirt of re
tnlncr of (icoigo Illchunlson for some
time past, Is In Jail, nccused of the
crime of assault with a deadly wea
pon. Tho good luck consists of the
(act that tho nccusnliou ngair.t him
s not nno of murder. Hllo Tilbiino
Deputy Attorney (icucr.il Sutton
1'iirrled back to Honolulu when he ills
cocreil that his dates wcro mixed in
regard to the meeting of I ho Oram!
Jury here, nnd that ho was n mouth
ahead of tlino. A general Territorial
court cnlendar will now bo compiled
by Clerk John Koa for tho use of the
Attorney CJenernl'a department. Ha
John W. Calhriirt nml F. W. Mllvcr
ton, nltoriieys for defendant In tho
suit of National Candy Co, against J.
O. Lulled, doing biisluesB ns Honolul'i
Candy Co., hnu illed cuiss Interrog
atories to be put to Mason II. Holm
wood nnd Jcromo II. IMwards, with
toferenco to tho goods shipped by
tho Sibley Holmwood Fnctoiy, Nu
tioual Candy Co., on which tho claim
of plaintiff is based.
WILD WEST SUM bffi
$220 IlWffll FUND
Charles Frailer has finished the
accounting of tho finances of the
Wild West Bhow, nnd, notwithstand
ing tho heavy expenses, they show n
balance to tho good of J440.CC. One
half jhf this will go Into tho Trans
pacific Yacht Fund. Tho report of
finances was as follows:
Totnl Receipts from show. . .$2191.00
Total expenditures 1750.114
Ilalanco $. 1I0.CC
To Ynclit Fund
Remnrknblo values In dry goods
of overy description will be tho ordor
of things at A. Illom's big storo on
upper Fort street next week. It is
tho occasion of Illom's semi-annual
clearance salo nnd means great money-saving
opportunities to nlort
housowlves. Why not anticipate
some of your needs nnd satisfy some
01 your present warns wuue me
chance Is here? See morn's lialf-poge
nd. In this Issue.
"Sec a Pin and
pick it up." It's easy to pick it up,
The thing is to SEE it first.
If you have your eyes properly ex
amined and fitted with good glasses,
you'll sec all right.
A. N, SANFORD.
BOSTON BLDG FORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
253 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
ft ) X K li U 31 I )f X i? X V X
H WATERFRONT NOTES l
. 1.1 V, & K it X H il K i it It W
With tho yellow flag floating high,
denoting that t.ho was in quarantine,
tho Dtcnmehlp China came Into tlo
harbor at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon, and was docked at the Quaran
tine whart. A caBo of varioloid, n
mild sort of smnllpox, had broken out
nmonff tho steerago p'isscngers for.
Honolulu, mid this wns tho cause of
tho boil's detention. Thero tiro onn
hundred steerage passengers on boaid
tho boat for Honolulu, mid these, will
bo held nt the Quarantine station im-l
til nil traces of the disease havo dlB-j
appeared. Tho China had COO tons of
ficight for this port and she will take
on Bio tons nt coal hero, b'ho Is now
nt tho Channel uliaif loading the roal.
yho will prolubly lvao for tho Coast
nt 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The following sugMi lint nu Ilnwnll
was ie-puitcii by Purser PhllllpH of tho
Milan this morning: Olnn, 35.000;
Vala!liM.'500;Nllnw.ll Mill. IJOIIO; Will
nakti, 7100; Onomea, 7100; I'cpcekeo,
2000; Hohomii, 0000; Ilaknlau. 17.B37;
I,uiiiahoehoe, 7C00; Ooknla, 5300 J Ku
lialnu, 100; Hnmnkiia, lr.J; Paaiihau,
HlOo, Ilonokna, 1000; Kukiilhaele, 000;
Pitnnliiii, 4S50; lioniiapo, Ui.iMiB.
The transport Crool; Is billed to
leave for Manila nnd (liinm this oven
lug at 11 o'clock. There In nothing to
hold her hcio when i.lio has nil lie.'
coal on board.
Till-! Ilia American-Hawaiian frelgh
rr Texnii, which has Just uirlxcd hcio
with freight nnd mall for Honolulu, Is
one of tho crack boats of the A.-II.
fleet. Sho holds tho world's record
for rontlnuoiis long-dlMtturc hteanilug
I living i mi from Taconia to Plillade!
phla, a dlstanco of ll.DSC miles, with
out a slngli; slop. Her nronl p-isrago
Is 13,12V miles In tho tlino of 17 days,
i hours and 52 minutes. Hho will load
sugar at tho railway wharf.
Till: I,ONC1311011KMI:N'H luati Is
hi calling on tho loading of vessels to,
day. All morning the men havo been
busily engaged decorating tho Mntson
wharf and preparing tho feast, and
U'ry llttlo work has bean done. C. P.
Morse of tho Amorleau-IIawnllau com
pany says "Let "em go. Tho vessel
can stand tho wait. Tho men do
servo u holiday," Others do not tuko
llio samo cheerful stuiid, but aro kick
ing hunt because their work Is not
none On with tho feast' The long
shoremen forgot their troubles this
KMXHKSX K X Jl X V M !lf H fi
Per 8. S. China, Tor San Francisco,
Feb. 28. II. A. Duchnnati, wlfo and In
fant, Miss Uuchholtz. (Koloa), Mr. and
Mrs. S. Gollnsky, Alox, Buchanan nnd
wlfo. Dr. W. H. Hoffmnnn, K. A. Crnno,
Hugo Abrahamson, Mrs. Throfall, Mr.
UmliHcu, Mr. Mcndcnhall, Jllrhaid A
Urnoks, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Whlto and
The execution for $1105.00 in Hie
suit of J. V. Itiiniburg, trustee, iignliist
Wong Kwal bus been returned as part
ly satisfied by (Jon. C. Sen, Doputy
High Sheriff, who collected ?550 from
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. ! PHONE 525.
cleans and flits itself; no ink
dropper, smeared fingers, twis
ted rubber, extra parts, or ex
It's the new Fountain Pen.
Hawaiian News Co.
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop SI.
We have the best there is. It is
better-kept than any other, is more
tender, and has more good qualities.
Our business is providing families
with the best.
il X U w V. K V K S WH )OC X W,
PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
KHJtUX 3C ! X K K K K X
Per stmr. Klnau. Clarke, from Ha
waii ports, Keb. 29. S. M. Knnnka
iiul, JIih. A. W. Wilson. A. K. Ilus
scl. I). U. Mctzger. N. C. Wlllfong, K.
O. Clarke, Mrs. K. U. Zollcr, C. I-'.
Michaels, Mrs. C. V. Michaels, J. L.
Kclstoy, Jirs. J. L. Kclstoy, W. A.
Wall, Mrs. W. A. Wall, Miss B. Wall,
Mrs. W. W. Harris, Miss II. Harris,
.Master W. W. Harris, Master 11.
Hough, F. A. llollabrough, Mrs. II.
.!obcph, W. A. ltamsny, Nnwahlc, J.
I). Kokl, Master II. Johnson, Mrs. H.
Johnson, K. It. Hendry, I- J. Hnre,
A. W. Caiter, Mra. A. W. Carter, Miss
J. Carter, S. V. Nott. J. Do Doll, MKs
M. I)c Hell, W. Uletz, Judgo A. N.
Per S. S. China, from tho Orient.
Por Honolulu: (J. H. West, C. A. C.
(Continued from Pazc 1)
I laco before It reached tho market.
Tho price received for this crop was
disappointing although a llttlo better
than that received for tho 190C crop.
Tho results In tho factory wcro grat
ifying. In splto of tho poor Jule?
handled, tho lost-cs wcro considerably
less than for tho previous year.
IOCS Crop. This will bo harvested
fiom 1G81 acres plant cano and 2013
Wo commenced cutting cano for
this crop November 2.1rd. So fnr tho
vvealher bus been Ideal for harvesting;
being cold nnd dry. Wo should con
slileinbly exceed tho estlmato of 22,
Tho planting wns finished In good
season and tho fields received good
1009 Ciop. Wo nrc cultivating for
Ifils crop 1925 ncios of plant cano and
2205 acres rnlooiis. It Is all looking
well coiiBldciiug tho cold winter Hint
wo havo experienced.
1910 Crop. Wo plan to plant 1980
ncrea this yivir'for harvesting In 1010
nnd will rntoon 2300 acres If tho rat
onus make a good start In tho fields
wo aro now cutting.
So far cold weuther In conjunction
Kith root-dlscuso has seriously retard
ed the growth of joung ratoons.
Cane HneiuloH. Thero Is practically
no leaf hopper left In our fields. Wo
mo now- burning all borer Infected
cano befoio rultlng, hoping thereby to
i M our fleldH of this pest ns has been
none nt Knhukii. Ilorer Is a source of
great loss to us nud It Is to bo hoped
that tho enemy of this post discovered
recently In Malay, by Mr. Mulr, of the
II. S. P. A. Experiment Station, will
prove effective. Our cane also Is
Much damaged by root disease. Wo
bopo soon to be nblo to check tho
growth of tho fungus causing this
tioublo by gcncitms applications of
llmo to land whoro It 1b present. This
llmo wo pioposo to lnu il ourselves at
li low cost.
Itancli. This deuarlment has made
a good showing for tho past year. All
the beet killed on tho plantation has
ijcou supplied besides shipping 15 head
to Honolulu and furnishing a number
of working oxen for plantation uso.
Tho pineapple fields are flourishing
mid will bo a sourco of considerable
lovcnuo In u short time.
Kubbcr. Together with tho Hawaii
Mi Commercial & Sugar Co, wo now
havo u flourishing rubber plantation at
Nalilku of about 100 uncs of Ccnrn
rubber trees. This year wo plan to
riant about tho saino nrca, alternating
Hovcn with Ccaro, tho Idea being' that
tho Ccarn will bo past producing and
can lie removed In tlmo to allow the
Hevea space for Hh fujl growth. He
vea doei not produce bb soon as Ceara
but produces muchtlonger and grows
much larger. '
IN lEl PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, February 3.
)i; 1IIAMA Arrixed Keb. 1:
Jnp. S. S. Nlppoi) Mam, lienco Jan.
HtAYS HAItllOIl Sailed Keb. 1:
Am. schr. C. A. Thayer, for Hono
Vm. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
.'OUT TOWNSKNI) Arrlxed Keb. 4:
Am. sp, Jnhez Howes, from Knhulul.
Wednesday, February S.
IAN KHANCISCO-Salled, Keb. 3:
Jas. Holph, for Hllo.
Saturday, February 8.
Ill I.O Sailed Feb. 3:
Am. bk. Mohican, lor San Krnnclsco.
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Keb. 10.
S, S. Asia, lienco Jan. 23.
1III.O Sailed Keb. 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Kureka.
Tuesday, February 11.
HONOIPU Arrived, Keb. 11:
Am. schr. llonolpii, fiom San Trail
Cisco. Jan. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
POUT (JAMllI.I-: Anlvcd Keb II:
Am. hktne. Kllkitat, bunco Jan. 21.
Thursday, February 13.
SAN KHANCISCO Arrived Koh. 12:
Am. bk. Amy Turner, lienco Jan. 25.
SAN niANCISCO Arrived Keb. 13.
IT. 8. A. T. Thomas, lienco Keb. 5.
HII.O Arrived Keb. 11:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from San
YOKOHAMA Sailed Keb. 13.
P. M. S. 8. Slbcila, for Honolulu (1
i;UKKA Sailed Keb. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Ho
Saturday, February 15.
nUUKKA Anlved Keb. H:
Am. schr. Kvn, henco Jun. 22.
NKWCASTI,K Sailed, Keb. 13:
Dr. 8. S, F.lvaatnn, for Honolulu,
HII.O Sailed, Keb. 13:
A.-II. S. 8. 'Mexican, for Snllnn Cruz.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOPVKII Arrhcd Keb. 14:
Ilr. S. S. Aornngl, henco Keb. 0.
1IANA Arrived Kob. 15:
Am. schr. llonolpii, from Ilonolpu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Keb. 17:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, lienco Keb. C.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Keb. 14:
Kr. 8. S. Malta, for Honolulu.
KIHKI Sailed Keb. 10:
Am. S. S. Lansing for I'ort Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SAUNA CHUZ AriUed Keb. 17:
A.'H. S. 8. Ailzoitan, from llll'i
SAUNA CftUZ Sailed Keb 18:
A.-II. 8. S. Columbian, for San Diego.
SAN KllNCISCO Arriied Keb. 18:
Am. bk. Aunlo Johnson, from Hllo
QAVIOTA Arrived Keb. 18!
Am. bp. Kalis of Clyde, henco Kob. 5.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Kob. 10.
P. M. S. S. China, for Honolulu.
SAN KItANCISCO Arrived Keb. 10:
Jap. S. 8. America Marti, hence
Am. bk. Mohican, from Hllo Keb 2.
Thursday, February 20.
KAHUI,UI Sailed, Keb. 19:
Am. ship Krsklne M. Phelps, for
KAIIUMM Arrived, Keb. 20:
A.-II. 8. S. Novudau, from Hono
lulu. Friday, February 21,
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed Keb. 20:
Am. bk. 11. P. Itlthct, for Honolulu.
U, S. A. T., Crook, for Honolulu.
A.-II. 8. S. Texan, for Honolulu.
Monday, February 24.
AUCKLAND Arrived Koh. 15.
Nor. bk. Concordln, hence Jan. 8.
SAN KHANCISCO Arrived Keb. 2G:
Am. S. 8. KntcrprUo, from llilo
KA1IUMJI Sailed Keb 21:
A.-II. 8. S. Nevndan, for Honolulu
IIILO Arrived Kob. IS:
Am. bk. (J. C. Tobey, from Honolulu.
IIII.O Arrived Keb. 19:
Ilr. S. S. Hnmpstend, from Honolulu,
II1LO Sailed Keb. 20:
Am. bk. St. Knthorluo, for San Krnn
clsco. MAUUKONA Arrived Keb. 21:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, from San
HONOIPU Arrived, Poll. 21:
Am. hc-hr. llelene, fiom Nowcastlo
NKWCAS5TU'3 Sailed, l'cb. 23:
Am. schr It. C. Sladc, for Honolulu.
IiniSHANU Arrived, Kob. 24:
Br. S. 8. Mlowcrn, henco Keb. 8.
SAN KHANCISCO Arrived Kob. 24.
A.-II. S. S. Nebrnskan, from Knhu
lul. Tuesday, February 25.
SAN KHANCISCO Arrlvod. Keb. 25:
O. S. S. Alameda, lienco Kob. 19.
SAN DIKaO Arrived, Kob. 24: A,-H.
S. S. Columbian, from Sallna Cruz.
UHISIIANIJ-Anived Kob. 19:
S. 8. Monna, from Brisbane, for Ho
IQU1QUK Snlled Jan. 11:
Hr bk. Holywood, for Honolulu.
CALLAO SlUled Keb I:
Jap S. S. Knoado Main, for Hono
lulu. SAN KHANCISCO-Snlled, Kob. 25:
P. M. M. 8. Korcn. for Honolulu.
Schr, Muriel, for Hnna.
TAI.TAI, Sailed Keb 25:
Schr. Alumna for Honolulu,
boats are our spcoialty. The boating
season will soon be at hand and you
will need a new boat. Let us build
it for you.
Charles D Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Abpai,
Wednesday, February 26.
SAN DIKOO Sailed Keb 25:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Fran
YOKOHAMA Sailed Keb. 20:
P. M. 8. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
POUT HAltKORD Arrived, Keb. 25:
Am. 8. 8. I.nnslng, from Klhol Keb.
MAKAWHII Sailed Keb. 21:
Am. bktnc Hawaii, for (1 ray's Har
bor. KAHUI.III Sailed, Keb. 25:
A.-H. 8. 8. Alaskan, for llilo.
Thursday, February 27.
ailAYS HAKHOR Sailed Keb.' 20:
Am. srhr. A. J. West, for Honolulu.
HII.O Arrived P'ch. 22:
Am. schr. James ltolph, from Sin
KAANAPAM Arrived, Am. bkUie.
Puako, from Newcastle.
SAN KHANCISCO Arrlvetf Keb. 27:
A.-H. 8. 8. Columbian, from Sail
(IAVIOTA Sailed Keb. 27:
Am. sp. Kails of Clyde, for Hono
lulu, In tow.
Navigator, towing Kails Clyde.
PORTLAND Arrived, Keb. 27:
Kr. sp. lloche, henco Kob. 7.
Saturday, February 29.
IN KOHKION PORTS
MONTKIIKY Arrived Kob. 28:
Am. s p. M. K. Chllcutt, hencu Keb.
PORT IIA.1KOHD Sailed. K0I1T2R:
Am. S. 8. Santa Rita, for Honolulu,
HII.O Snlled Keb. 27:
A.-H. 8. S. Alaskan, for Sallna Cruz.
HII.O Sailed, fob. 25:
Hr. S. S. Hampstcad, for Nowcastlo.
VANCOUVKR Sailed, Keb. 28:
Hr. 8. 8. Anrangl, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Keb. 29:
Jnp. S. 8. Hongkong Maru, lienco
SAN KHANCISCO An Ivcd Keb. 29
Am. bktne. Irmgnrd, henco Keb. 15.
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed Keb. 20:
O. S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Sailed, Keb. 27:
Am. schr. 11. C. Wright, for San
.iTJMO Iiks. Androw Welch nnd (I.
C. Tobcy to sail fiom Hllo for San
Kranclsco Saturday und Tuesday re
-m.fl,lam. i m n m
10 fj 1.6 8 10 t 4 4 ta ' 6 i
it 16 i.t 0 .S I i3 6 i3 6 fl
I 1 J L.I.
j-m.t p m. I
0 7 t.8, 1 oj 6 b8 8 19
1 I I
1 18 .o 1 )t 7 id' 8 ss
IJ to! 7 41 8 c6 9 15
6 so 0 05
Last quarter of tho moon Keb. 24. S
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrces 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho samo
as arccnnlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and- moon ore for local tlmo for the
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31 'A X X X .X K M X X i W M M X X
Friday, February 2S.
P. M. S. 8. China, Krielc, from Yo
kohama, 4 p. m. ' '.fiiQSi;
Stmr. W. (!. Hall, Thompson, from
Knual, 11. m. '
Stmr. Nllhnii, Ouess, from Kauai,
A.-II. S. 8. Texan, 7 days from San
Krnncieco, p. in.
Saturday, Kebruary 20.
Stmr. Klnau, Clarke, from Hawaii
polls, u. in.
Stmr. Llkellke, Nnopal.i, from Ha
waii, a. m.
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W DEPARTED '
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Kilday, Kebruary 28.
Stmr. Claiidlno. Dennett, for Hllu
nnd Maul ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nllhuii, Oness, for Anahola, 5
Htuir. W. (i. Hall, Thompoon, fm
Knual, 5 p. 111.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tullctt, for Knual,
5 p. m.
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SAILING TODAY a
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P. M S. S. China, Krlelo, for San
Kranclsco, 2 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Ciook, Williams, for
.Manila, via Guam, C p. m.
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, Under
wood, for San Francisco.
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Stmr. W. O. Hull, Thompson, fiom
Knual, 11. 111.
Stmr. Nlllinu, Oness, from Knual,
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullett, from
Kauai, a. m.
DUE MONDAY K
P. M, 8. S. Korea, from San Kian. i
A FARSENOF.UR TirPATJTT?n IM
it 15 HI X X M X M M X' M X 5(1 X 55 W
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hllo und
Maul ports, Feb. 28. Dr. Raymond,
William Shenard. Mrs. W. lnnimr
II. Querorn. Mrs. I?. A. rinntni-n ,...,1'
child, James Luno, Dr. DInegar.
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