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yZ' "&" I Vrlj f'.WWWVp WPFPipWgppWPIWp li in JjIWIIH'! i' r 7 , i , . EVENING 1IUUKT1N, HONOLULU, T. It . SATURDAY. MAIL 27, 1000. BPfw--' " i1 y - . - ,, - I u.rniiii' a TniMi "aammmWmmmWmm W II If ft V lilt (I .i. i 1-lkllJI 1 ,fl j WEEKLY CALENDAR J Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 upcciai MONHAV TUUHUAV WBDNIWDAr ritUH.HDAV Perfection rieuuUr. rRio.v Honolulu Chapter Mark Mas ter. SA'IUWIIAV All visiting memberli of Hie ,, jOrdei are I attend mei cordially Invited to meetings or local lodges EAiMOM LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. M'C-ts oveiy Siomlay evening At tj8d In 1. O O F Hall, l'ert Street. K. It. UBNDflY. decretary. F a. WICKK. N. O. Ail vlsltlufi brotnors very cordially IflTIUd. OAHU L0D0E, No 1, K. of P. Meets every first nnd third Frl- Jay evening at 7:30 in K. ot P. Hall, Corner Fort and Ueretnula. ytsltlug Brothers cordially Invited to attend. F II NUGENT. C. O. It. GUSLLNU. K H. B. HONOLULU L0D0E 010, B. P. 0. E. Uoaclt.m Lodge No. UG, . F. O. R will met In tliclr ball on King near Port Street every Friday even ing. Dy ordar of too R. H.. HENRY C. HASTON, Secretary. VTM. n Mol.MSItNY. E. It. . Vtx JPKHILEY LODGE No.8, K.otP. M.L3 every 2nd and 4th Saturday ' strains nt 7:30 o clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor. Fort and Hcrctattla. Visit InC brothers cordlilly Invited to at tend. r. m. Mcunnw. c. c. 15. A. JACOUSEN. K. ft. S. HOKOLULU AEIIIE 140, F. 0. D. Meets on the 2nd nnd 1th WED NESDAY ovenlngs of each month at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cornor Borctanlu and Tort streets. Visiting Eagles are Invited to at tend. 1 IV. M. McCOY. W.. Pi est. h H. T. MOOPB. Secy. HAVAIIAN TltlBE No. 1, L 0. R. M. Meets every first nnd third Thurs day!) of earn month at Knights of Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor dially Invited tn attend. HI50 SNHERSON, Sachem. 15. V. TODD. C, of It. Ky - T" a . -nnMCsTAt mtaroan ' The lest assortment ever shown in the city. STYLES nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY E0DY. Lcai'e your order for a bos of Ichnbanjt's Candy, Fresh only at CHAMBER'S DRUG . CO., Ltd. Corner King and Fort Strcels. PHONE 131. nH"-ari' vn'tjrvwrH-uivvn PAPER " All kinds in rolls nnd sheets. 'AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPEfl 6 SUPPLY CO., LTD. Fort and Queen &ts., JXonoluln. Tel 410. George O. Guila. Gen. Mgr. RYCROFT'S SODA ruieit riavoj iligiiest Quality J Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. I PHONE 270. J Wong Wong, i CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. I PLUMBING aud PAHJTIFO. DfEee; Honolulu Taintine Co., 221 r King St.; P. 0. Box 014. J Jtyiink 'hooks of all sorts, ledgors. ,rB manufactured by tho Bulletin ' TncuLflTrtnt Pmnii ms ,snfwttB wuin Vj ' . Gunther's Candies Satisfy ALL KINDS AT Palm Cafe, HOTEL NEAR UNION. AMBEROL RECORDS PLAY 4 MINUTES PLAY 4 MINUTES. Call and hear them. An expensive attachment for any Edison Phonograph bnt the Gem will play them. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., Ltd. YOUNO BUILDINQ is written on every piece of "1B35" Silverware ws sell. We Carry It In Three Beautiful Patterns Our gaaraiitte goes with each. J. A. R. Vieira & Co. 118 HOTEL eTISEET SPRING HATS Beautiful Models Received by Alameda, MISS POWER'S B01T0N BLDO.. FORT ST. CUT FLOWERS AND DECORATIVE PLANTS Mrs. E.3ff. TAYLOR THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid. Telephone 339. WAIK1K! INN 'The Finest Bathing on the Beaoh." Meals At All Hours. WINKS, LIQUORS. AND 0I0AR& W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor. For Distilled Water , and AiiorteJ loda Watst, delivered to oAet and tfildence, RING UP 057, Arctic Soda Water Works 1253 Killer St. H. E. DB 8A wQQmmuE The Manhattan Cafe MmIi anrl Ktinr fit-fan nf All ISmaa "of the Dty and Night. We Never Suep. FORT 8T. NEAR HOTXL, R. Win. WARHAM. Prop. Horse, Harness and Surrey For Sale, Guaranteed. A. R. Rowat, D.V.S. 777 KING ST. McTighe Favorite The Beit Whiskey on the Market TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGBNTS 101-105 KING ST. PnONE 140. P 0. BOX 7.1S TYPEWRITERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. Everythine that the Name Implies. Office Supply Co.,Lfd. 031 FORT ST. Reliably LOCAL AND GENERAL Orders for the Industrial Edition of the Evenini; Bulletin" will be taken by any of the B u 1 1 e t in's newsboys, at fifty cents a copy. Ten good autohaoks Phone C. John Chnnslor and family ore reg Istorpd nt the Jtcinna hotel, French or German taught In Ave week. Room 87, Young building. Mo better luuohes are to be had in town than those served at the Royal Annex, Take your onrrlaga or automobile to Hawaiian Carriage Monfg. Co., foi Lp to-date repairs. Father Joseph was an arriving pas senger on the steamer Mauna loa from Hawaii yesterday. The directory man sa)s lhc.ro ore 4000 more people In Honolulu than tliero were n year ago. I? yon are looking tor any of out friends go to the 'Two Jneka" and jou'll find them. , The Industrial Edition of the Evening- Bulletin, wrapned ready for mailing, CO cents at B n 1 1 e t i n office. v What about your kit? It's time It was teen to. Call pn the Expert Hat Oleaners. Work guaranteed. Fort St, opp,Club BUbles. Hates street from I.ilhla to Alewn I Heights HIM can bo opened, as the I necessary land for the extension lias been tendered tint Territory. Tho Superintendent of Public Works has grnnted permission to the Hawaii Inn Dredging Company to lay water I plpo nlong the I'uuloa road to Water- town on Pearl Harbor channel j Superintendent Frazeo of tho City jand County's electric light plant in Nuuanu, has been granted twp weeks' leavo to go to llllo to Inspect electric wiring on behalf of the Hoard of UiitJ ilerwrlters. The marriage of W. II. T. Harclay to Miss Lennox took place this noon at tho Kplscopal Cathedral. Mr. Darclay Is the bookkeeper of Pacific Sugar Mill and Miss Lennox has been visit Ing with her brother, who U connected with JlcUrydo plantation on Kauai. Thomas Durnlngham sent a letter to the Hoard of Supervisors, roasting the detective bureau for Its Inclltler 'nee when he reported that his house hnd been entered and robbed. Ho said that hu reported tho matter, but that no policeman called on him or made any effort to do mi) thing. At a mooting ot tho E":s" lodgo held last night tlie following ufllccrs wore elected: 15. A. Dnutli.tt Exalted Ilul er; James If. Dougherty, Hsteemed Leading Knight, fieo T. Kluegel, Es teemed Lojal Knight: Judge W. J. Iloblnson, esteemed LccturliiK Knight: II. C. nnston, Socrotno": M, II. Drum- mond, treasurer: George J. O'Nell, Til er; W. II. Mclnerny, Trustee for three enrs: H. U. Murray, Delegato to tho Los Angeles convention, nnd W ,11. Mc Incrny, alternate delegate. Tho Instal lation of officers will take, place, next Friday evening. Sunday services a tthe First Motho dlst Hplscopal church, corner Hero- lanla and Miller streets, John T. Joues, pastor, Sunday school 10 n. m The pastor's Ulblo class for voun men will convene at that hour; all joung men desiring a practical knowl edge of tho word of Ood nro urged to Join this class. Jlornlug worship, 11 o'clock; nermon by tho Itey, J. W. wndman, D.D. Epworth Lcaguo, 6:30 P. m subject, "Tho Light n'nd the witnesses. Uvenlng worship, 7:30 p. in ; sermon by tho Ilov, J. T. Jones, pastor. Monday evening. Union Ulblo class, In chargo of the Itey. C. C. Wil son, Tuesday evening a social for the cntlro membership and all tho friends of tho church nnd congregation will bo given nt tho Y. W. C. A. homestead on King Btreet; come nnd havo a good time. Wednesday ovpnlng, tho mid week prayer service. Soldiers, snllors. tourists nnd strangers cordially Invited to attend all these services. DETECTIVE .CHIEF (Continued (from Pace 1) '-e found and tho probabilities are that the staff has either gpno 'luto ho meljlng-pot, or clso haB been hlpped out of the country. Mr. nurnlnghnm called and saw the Sheriff, and afterwards I saw him. J told him what steps I had taken to, discover the .burglar, nnd Informod him that if anything else happened I would lot him .know nt once. I suspected two Chinese, hut have been unable to get any ovj- uenco ngamst them. In tho mean time I have men still on the cobb watching for some trnco ot the stolen goods." HART'S SUBSTITUTE BEATEN. Columbus, O., tarcU 17. Owing to a bnilBed hnnd, Marvin Hart was unable to go on tonight for his bout with Mlko Schreck. William Schuljer of Louisville, who took Haft's placo, was knocked out In tho second round. A Host Bxoellent Ajsortxunt f SUITINGS W. W. Ahana Co., LIMITED 112 S. KTNO ST. PHONE J25. THE BEST "FITTEBS" IN TOWN, FIGHT Louis, mo., announced thut they will contest tjie 2-cept-ier-mlle law. ALEXANDER IS ELECTED L03 AN015LKS, Cnl., March 2C.-(leorgo Alexander, the Heform candldnto fqr Mavor, was elected liy 1CC0 pltunllty over Wheeler, tho Socialist candidate 'glKlllKlKlKlKlKlKlKlKlKlKlKlKlKH wnen aesirea. SHOPPING NEWS (AND BUSINESS REMINDERS A hull dog Is for sale See ml, this Issue. If jon'd like to purchase a Simla baker trap, scan For Sale ad In this Issue. Whitney . Mnrsh announce n great i finnan t sale to begin on Thursday next, April 1st. Mr. Illemnu Is no longer connected with the German Ilakcrv He Is short ly to start a new enterprise of his own. Good soda wnter nnd comfort ore synonvmous. Tho Consolidated Soda Water Works Company deliver the best to bo had to jour door. Tele- phono 71. Parties desiring small uunutltles of machlno-mnde pol delivered In any part of the city are mhlned to loj orders with Island Fruit Co., 72 S. King stiect. The combination plan nt tho Alex Cinder Young Cafo gives the public the finest meals In the best-appointed c.ifo in Honolulu at popular prices. Tr lunching there. Children's coats nnd while dresses. elegant materials and seasonable shades and styles nro to bo sold at a mscuiini ui mom beginning next Monday morning. Tho Hegal Victor Patent Hiltton Hoot will bo tho favorite stjle for suin mer dress nnd general wear. Prices J3.00 and 14, custom special, J.'p. Scu It nt the Itegal Storo Store. Tho very newest and most exclusive millinery models, iwruonally selected bv Ml.. l.nr.,n ihil rw... ,.."'; . . .... -' "" '" be seen ut her millinery parlors ill tho Iloston building. Fort Btreet. It Is bo easy to he well dressed, at so small n cost, that wo wonder why so many men nro not better dressed. Hero nro th6 finest suits in tho world, ready for you at Sllva's Toggery, Sachs' will offer next week n splen did assortment of newest laces and embroideries for Spring, latest mil linery In Imported models and adapta tions, wid handromo new dress gdods. Bomo surprises may be expected In tho next Murnthon when tho boyB of tho Territorial .Messenger Service will tntor. They havo "Marathons" overv day of their lives and hold all records for speed, Hall's sufoa und vaults' uro BUnerlnr to nil others In fire nnd hurglnr-proof qualities, it Is the most modern and best-constructed safe mado today. Sold by II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., haidwnrO Department. Tho regular meeting of tliu lulld nnd Woman's Auxiliary or St. An drew's Cathedral will bo held nt 3 o'clock on .Monday afternoon, Jlnreh -8th, at tho, home of Mrs. L. King, l.u r.alllo nnd lyikol streets! Our special walking shoe, tho Cam. hrldge, Is the most comfortable shoo for every iluy business wear that wo, niiuw ui. mono or selected Mel kid, with flexible welted double sola-i. Man. ufacturcrs' Shoo Co., Ltd, THK'MAUNA LOA. Captain Slm- crson, nrrlved this morning from Kau, Kona, and Maul ports, with thirty-four cabin passengers and 70 on deck. Her cargo consists! nf 1715 tags sugar, 032 hags coffee, 19 hags ean.s, J6 hags ginger, 80 bags tnro, 2 hags nwa, OB bugs charcoal, 11 bundles hides, 3 bales tobacco. 10 hogs, 2 cows, 9 calves, 33 head cattle, 1 steer, 190 packages sun ftdries,, 3 barrels oranges, C cases or anges, 6 barrels water iemons 9 barrels dried fish, 6 cases dried fish. , THE LARGEST Japanese gason.ie (lHlilrig boat was -launched yestorday afternoon alongside the wharf, be tween Fort and Alakea streets. ThJ boat belongs to tho Japaqeso fishing hul nnd tho ceremony before launch ing was witnessed by u large delega tion of peoplo. Tho boat, It Is suld. will be used In deep-sea fishing. THE FOUIt;MASTEO schooner Allco Cooke, Captain Pcnhallow, arrived es lerday afternoon from Port Townsend, bringing a Inrge cargo of lumber for Lowers & Cooke. M THE KAUAI was waiting for a raigo of sugar nt J'aauhau whuu the M"na Loa left Hawaii, .. i TWO CENT LAW i . Mnrclt 2(5. Eighteen, rnllriuiil pnrimrutliitiH lmvn M. E. SILVA Undertaker and Embalmer 'All busineu oatrustcd injy .care will prompt and pjlite attention. ' I havo a roocive a parlor where funeral services can be held or bodies kept 1120 FORT ST. . P. 0. BOX 029. PHONE 170. NIGHT CALL 1014. IN .FOREIGN PORT8 8aturday, March 27. VANCOUVnt Hailed March 2(J: . H. 8. Makurn, for lliinlilulu. DKLAWAHR llltl5AKVATI5lt Ar rived Murcli 27- H. B Alaskan, from lli!o. Jan. 2.1. YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnr 27. H. S. Asia, for Honolulu. SAN FKANCISCp-Sallnd Mnr 27 llktne Coionnilo, for Itouoliilu. Friday, March 2i. NAGASAKI Sailed Mutch 22 U. S. A. T Sheridan, for Honolulu SAN KKAKCIRCO SiiIIihI Mar. 21. 8. 8. Mexican, fdr Soullle. SAN FHANfilSCO-Sall d Mar. 20. S. S. Siberia, 1 p. in., for Honolulu. YOKOHAMA Anlved Mar. 2C: S. S. Korea, hence Mar. 15. Tuesday, March 23. SYDNKY Arrived Mar 21: S. 8. Mojna, henco Mar. G. SAN FHANCISCO Al rived Mar. 23. . S. S. China, J a. ni., henco Mnr. It, HILO Sailed Mar 21: 8. S. Arlzouan, for New York via Magellan. KAHULUI-Salled Mcli. 22. llktn. W. F. Onrmcs, Tor Poit Town send. MAHUKONA Sailed Mcli. IC: J. II. Druce, for Sun FraucNco. YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar. 20: 8. 8. Che jo. for Honolulu SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Mar, 20: s. S. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz SAN FHANCISCO An Ived Mcli : 8chr. Defender, from llonolpn. SAN FHANCISCO Sailed Mur. 22 Dktne Irmgard, for Honolulu. 15LI2BLU Sailed Melt 20: JJktn. Makawull, for Port Towuseiid Saturday, March 20. .SAN FHANCISCO At lived JIe.li. 20: 8. S. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz. VOKOIIAMA-Halled Mch. 20: a 3. Chlyo Mam, for Ilounlulii. Friday, March 19. SEATTLE Sailed .March 1: 8. 8. Virginian, or Honolulu. , LKtTH Balled March 18: Ger. sp. Nordsee, for Honolulu. SAN FHANCISCO Sailed March 19: 1 8. 8. Nippon Mam, for Honolulu, 1 p. m. URISDANE Sailed .March 19: S. S. Aorangt, for Honolulu. KAHULUI Sulled .Match 18: S. 8. Arlzouan, for llllo. HILO Arrived JIarch 15: Schr. Gamble, from Ludlow, TACOMA Sailed Mar. 19: Schr Prosper, for Kahulul. SAN FHANCISCO Arrived .Mar. 19: 8. 8, KutoTurlse, from' Hllo. Thursday, March 18. SAN FHANCISCO Sullud March 17: Schr Jas. Ralph, for liana. SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Mnr. 18: 8. S Pleiades, for Honolulu, PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Jlch. 18: Schr. Robort lowers, henco Mar. 1. Hktue. T. P. Kmlgh, from Hllo. ' MAHUKONA Arrived .Mar. 17: Hktue. Hawaii, from Newcastle. Tuesday, March 16. SAN FHANCISCO-Arrlved Mur. 15: Uk. It. P. Rllhet, henco Feb. 24. SAUNA CRU55 Arrived Mar. 13: S. 8. Jllssqurlan, from Hllo, Feb. 27. SAUNA CnUZ-r-Sallcd Mar. 12: S. 8, Jlexlcan, for San lVanclsco. HILO Sailed Jtnr. 13: S. 8. Columbian for Sallna Cruz. Monday, Maroh 15, 1900. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 13. U. S, A. T. TJiomas, honco Jtar. 0. 10 a, in., 3, S, Siberia, enco JInr.'9. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 13: 11 n. m., S. S. Alameda, for Hon. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jtar, 14: C p. m., S. S. Lurllno. for Honolulu. YOKOHAMA Sailed JIar. 13: 8 S. Manchuria, for Honolulu. SEATTLE Sailed Mar. 14: 8, 8 Hjadw, for Honolulu. YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar, 14: II. I. J. M 8. Ao, for Honolulu. II. I. J M. 8, Soya, for Honolulu. GRAYS JIARHOR Sailed Mar, 13: Schr. R. C. Searle, for Honolulu. HILO Sailed Mar. 10: T, I. Emlgh, for Souud. Saturday, Mar. 13, 1009. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar 13: U. 8. A. T. Thomas, hence, 5th. WANTS FOR SALE Cheap - Sludehaker trap, coinplelu' 111 imml f-mi.lllli.t 1 1-.. ... ' Heckley'a, Wall! IK I. 4270-tf Pedlgieml English bulldog, bilmllu o!or. liKjuiie ut HecKlcj's, Wal- MM, t 4270-tf WATERFRONT NOTES NOTICE TO MARINERS. SANTA HARDARA. CAL Notice Is hereby given Hint Santa llnihara Whistling Hiioy, PS, hereto fore reported not sounding, wns re placed by u jicrfect buoy Jtnrch 12. TRINIDAD HI5AD, OAL. , N'ntlro Is nlso given that tho 4000 pi.mul bell ut this station was again placed In operation on March 14, the litressaiy lepalrs tpivlni; been coin I lethd. SAN FHANCISCO HAY, CAL. Notice Im heieh given lliul )5ast llrolher Shoal Htioy, O., u first tlnsa nun, found diaggeil nut of iolllon wns leplaeed .Mulch II, tliDP. lly order of the l.lglit-llnubo Hoard. Till: NOI5AU wlllnnive rnim Kau-lf tomorrow with 32UU lings of sugar und 800 bags rice. TII15 STEAMHRrf Llkelll e and JInui lire dlbihaigllig rielght nt llllo. FREIGHTERS ARRIVE IN PORT TOGETHER The Amuiieiiii Hawaiian fi fighters Arlzomui and Plrlnde. arrive 1 kIiiiiiP' IuikoiihI.v Ihls lllllllllllg fioin Hu- Co-im Tho foinier piihhi finiii Hallni C'uii! ami Seattle, lujnglng 1aluul 25t'u tons 'of general cargo tor Honolulu "K'nlnilii and llllo. 'llio Pleiades which rune from Sun Francisco, luouht luuo tons or earg for this poVt and Hie nlher Island purls, Im liming 'llllo, Kahulul, nuil I' leele. 1 ho tun frulgliteis are docl.ei' ut tho rnllinail wharf, where I hoy me dlsehargliig, Tho Virginian broinjhi mall from Seattle, 1 lie Plclmlcx bioughi no null flaurencejaud sails Affer having her maln-booiu ilxeil. the (nlilcHlilp Flaiiieiue Wnnl. Cap tain Pills, United out again (his morning for tho trip to JHdvva Isl and. Captain I'llts and the p.isacn gers were given u he oiiil seml-nlT by their friends, who gatheied at the t limine! wharf, whence she pi duell ed on her Join ue). a William AM was committed to the Insane Asylum this morning by Judge Long. Di. Emeisoii exumlii- ed thu joiitli and deelaiLd him In sane. Sheilff ,Iai I ell has not jet leuiv eled from Hie iiltaik jif gllppe whleli has Kept him tnnllncd to Ills loom for Home ilajs, v Judge Long Ihls morning committed Win AkI tu tho Insane asjliim for at-' tempting to commit suicide last night ' Dr. Lmeisou mado the exumluallou. Judge Long held u t-hort kcshIoii In the Dlstilct Court this muiulug. .Most of tho cases on Ihu caleudai were con tinued to Maxh 3a. '' Tho Hiltlsli wmslilps got n waim welcome to llllo. Fraud Medcalf holsf oil the English ensign over .Messui. T II. Davles & Co.'s house and Mr. Lock Ington Hew n couple or Hawaiian tliig-i ver lih placo of IiiisIiivsh. THE HONEST PROPRIETARY MEDICINE has saved thousands of itollau to fam IIIoh.wIio could 111 nflord tl.u vipcusc necessaiy 10 maintain tho soivIum of a plihlcluu, and havo nusweol tho purposo niuully na we" mid of.'eu sue ceeded nflei our best phvslciaus hrvo failed. Lydla 15. PIiiknuni'H- vr-gct-iLlo Compound Is uno of (his kind mm m A gciicial arblliatlou liealy will bo negotiated between tho Unlled Klatei und Venezuela nit soon as the mluhiei nppolnled bj the southern lepubllo ni rlves u Washington. t t -r-f-- -C-f- 4--f SAN rUANCIS(f) Sulled Mur. 13: 11a. m S. S Alameda, ror Hon. YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar. 13: S, B. JlaiiLhurla ror Honolulu. Friday, March 12. SAN FRANCISCO galled' Mart Ii 11. 8. H, Vliglnlun, rur Sealtlo. ' Thursday, March 11. S.VN FHANCISCO Arrived March 11:7 8 8. Pleiades, heuco Feb 27. Wednesday, March 10, BAN FRANCISCO Balled Mnich 0: 3. 8. Korea, 4 p. m., rur Honolulu SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd March in- 8. S. llllonlan, 1 p. in, for Honolulu KAHULUI Bulled Maich H: S. 8. Ciiliinihlnii, for Hllo. , -Tuesday.JMarch 9. SEATTLE Arrlvtd Maieli f: 8. 8. Ilyailcs. from Ban Fianilscii. SAN FRANCI8CO- Anlved. March 8 8 8 Nippon Slant, hence March S. VICTORIA Arrived March 9: 8. 8. Miikurn. hence March 2. SAN FHANCISCO Arrived March-9: 8. B Alamc-da. heuce'.Murch 3. MonrlRV. MurrK R mrm SA.N' niANClSCO-Arilved Mm. 7: 8 8, ViieUilan, fiiini Sallna Cruz. Illttu. Coronndo, hence Feb. 17. llktn Irmgard, hence Feb. 17. SAN FHANCISCO Anlved Muith 8: 8 S. Luillnp, hence Feb 17. jHUX) Anlved Feb. 27: 8. B. Huturprh-o, fioiu Sun ,1'iun . Cisco, nr-rr. --U ARRIVED I Fildny, Xlnrch 20. Schr Allco Cooke, Pcnhallow, from Port Townsciid, 3:30 p. in, Saturday, March 27. Btmr Klnnu, Gregiiry, fioiu Kim.il, 3:. 10 n. m. Sdur. JInuna Ken, Fieoma'u.jTjiini HaWoll mid Maul," (i:. lo a. ui j ' A.-H. 8 S. VlrKlnlnii, Ciord. .from Puget .Sound, 10;hu u m. v" A.-II. 8 tit Plelndei., fioni S.m Fran c,hco, 10 ii. m. "" t, I ; -Jj V I DEPARTED I" ' f -t KrIdnMftrrli 2(1. rniini' ci'iiiillue, lieiiuch. ror 1 in. wnll, 5:lii p m. Snliinlay, Mnreh 27. (lahleshlp l'latireiipi' Wnnl, PI I lis, Tor ATlilnny. 10:20 ti. nt. , DUE TODAY 1 ! A.-II 8 8. PleladiS. from Han l'mn ileci. . " A II. S 8 Virginian, from So'illle. a A ' PASSENQER3 ARRIVED ! ' -fc r. 1'nr hinir. Manna Kea. from Hawaii Hid Muni, .Miiieh 27, A. (lOISceke, Mis (li'liecke and iliuuhter. II. W. I Kb lehiT, Mrs neither. (' i:. I'.boil, .Mis M i:i,r.it Miss M. F.bert, II. V. flrnmw.thll Mih., (liumwntill, F. 8. l.iink. Mis l.nsk. H. K. Hunt. V T Hliililg. J. II Fuller, Hay Irwin, H (I. Forslei Linn llui Num. I. It. Ktill wnolll. M. 15. .Im k. Jr., S. Y. Clarke. .1 ' Km II. .1. tnglls, S. Hpllzor, N. Biherlln. ('has. Dole, Jus. )nh. (Ion. Richardson. .1 W. Doylo. . Scherlln, It MnrKliam, SI. SI. Graham, Rev. O. II. GiilluK, .lio llliiil. Mrs. I Im!. O'llileu A. Miimciii, Jan. Kennedy. Chun. II. II ill, Fnin'i Woods, A. Iliuner, Mm. Horner .Mis. P. (Jlbb, N. Y. Flowers, 4 Hlgeloiv, W. Gieeiiuell. Mm P T. Phillips and ilniightui. K. p. Chiplii. H. P. Uaitle. Sirs. Coekett mid child. (' II Lviiiih. Pang Ny. Jlis. (lullc-k. Mis Jim (lllib. Aim Biuiiwiijii. P- i stmr. Klii-iu. tiiegory, from KAii.il. Maich 27 (I. N. Wilcox, A. Moiilsiui, Silas l,eiiuo, Simla l.iilru, 1). Coiiwni, T. A. Ilniiiin, ,lrv Sllsa .Muiiioe, K. A Kiiiidkin, wife and fain ll. Miss L. Orango mid hervanl, .1, Ic.nnox, wife mid family, Di. II. anndovv. II. SI. Glttel, Sirs. Kahanii. Mbs ilaltl'ie and K deck. PASSENGER3 DEPARTED Per stmr. Claudlne, fir Slaul und' Hllo. Slaieh 20. ." p. in. A. (lailley Jill wife, 15 II. Wn.IelinaMv Sllsa H. Alcanu. Alts. S. A. Alep-inUa, C. II. Slehert. W. W. Gondnlo and wHo, .1 l. Cooke. It. A. KoaniB, W. A. Kliuie), Mih. C. A. Re it, F. L. Waldrnii. C. SI. V. Fonder. Per Minr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai. .March 23, 5 p in, Bam Kneo, J. I. Sllvu and wlfO, 15. A. Knudben. ITinoat Jllsrliuii, Ilov, II. iLcnlierg, C. II. An- iIiohh, C. R. Jardln, 1-5, Iloaha nnd wlfi Kapahu. Per S. S. Nippon Slant, Fllmpr, foi the Oilent, Slauh 2H. T. W. l.ucas ami vviro. Lady Howard, Geo. II. ,'glit man au'd daughter. TII15 MAUNA KEA anlved lliln morning rnim Hinviill nnd .Maul purls bringing firiyslx passengcra In the cabin mill a large iiumbei In sloeiege. Purser Phillips reporls the fnllmvliK t-ugiir cm Hawaii. ieud for idilnuieut Plan, 27,891; Wdlakei. 211)0: Il.iuuil Mill. 12,3110; Walnaltu. 15.80(1: (n,. meft. I3.nti0; Pepeekeo, 15.330; u nolu. 10,330; Hnk.il in. ii linn- i ..,. Iioelmo. I2.50O; Onkala'. 7500; Kiiknlun, II. 1215, 1). 1312; Hniiukua. lS.OOO; P.iaiihau. "3001; lliinokaa, 23.100; Kii. kiilhaelo. S900j Puipiliiii, 10.315; Mc luiapn, 2000. THE FIVlSIASTi:i) schooner W. II. Miiihtcn Is M-Iiodiiluil to sail nifn Sail Fiiineli'c-o lor this pon shoitly ami, in fording to lepnrt sho will pmhihlv havo ubout 2000 tons of caigo who'i she ui i Ives heio Included In hor Height will in, 400 i-Miii of caimeit goo.ls. Kirn b-ilrs or hay, lo.onu ei3i,.j of kPinsc.no oil aud suveutj-lho loin ol molding c laj. US THE KINA1J. iiriMin? f,-, i.-..... 'llils moriilng.'hiouglit ll',(,(ii lugs sug, 12 crates eoco-inu' iilmts. C b im rr,,fc-u dud 31 piecar.p,, tiindiles, Pur- s-or ,iiiiu,e leportH iho rnlloivliitj'hiig.ir awiilHiig shipment on KiiiiiI: ' p.. in. 574: II. M.. IK; (i. Jii. k.-i. r.:!-n- K. 8. Co. 270.1 M. a Co.. 23,0(10; K. 8. Al 070(1; (1 fV R . 3100. NM'TII THE Astoclatod Oil Com. pany's. tank MonlereY In tow. it,,. t-lcuucr lto.seei.ins. Captain llulmqs. left jesteiilay for Gavlotu, en imiie fp Hoiioliiln. Aflur unloading the oil tiiKc ii at (iiivi.na at tho Island port lln-ltoei-i.i.i, win w tI, M,,,,!,.,,,,. UI1 Iho low boat Rover back In Ban Fran. Cisco Chronicle. So HARK M All PICON A w still ,iu. iharglng c'cial nt JliihuKiiuii when Hie ii.iuna Ian ciossed tho phaniiel Sea Wrans,$I.OO. 18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyp,' Motor, $175, Complete. 'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT .AND MACHINE WORKS . King St, opj'"sie South St, ,j S I r V )&&. tnttk.lWtt.'.d ..-twfcaifc . v, -u-.-.Srt ; . Jfc ' A.' .! 1M. WW;; SW(hA 4