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EVENING DOLLETIN, HONOLtJLO. T. H., FRIDaV. JAN. 14. 1916.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Flrr.t Derjree.
Honolulu Commandery Instal
lation. I'KlOA 1
Hawaiian, Pacific, Oceanic
Lodnea Social Meeting.
All visiting members of tno
Order uru rordlnlly Invited to
4 attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd find 4th'
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 1'. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS other Asso
BENEFICIAL A?SnQlATlOM. ciatlons cor
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:?,0 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
, F. 1). Wlckc, N. (1.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. vof P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:110 In K. of 1'. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
biulhera cordially Invited to attend.
F. It. NUGENT, C. C.
T It. GOSL1NU, ICIt. S.
HONOLULU LODOE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, 11. P. O.
Ellis, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
Ing. Visiting Ilrotlicrs uro cordially
Invited to ntteud.
'. 14. A. DOUTIIITT, E.-K.
y II. C. KA8TON, Sec'y.
'HAWAIIAN" TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Elects evory first and third Thurs
days of t-nch month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor
Hlally Invited to nttend.
J' HICiOINS. Sachem.
T I,' v. TODI). C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meots on thi Zitnl and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock lif K. of 1'. Hall, corner
Verotuulii and Tort strcetH.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. ,. "W. It. JUI.I.Y. V. 1'.
VM, C. MiCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY lODGr. No.8,K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd and 4 lit Saturday
evculng at 7:30 o'.Modc In JC. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and lloretniiln, .Visit
ing brothers condlally Invited to at
tend. F. M. McOHKW. O. 0.
13. A. JACOH80N. K. It. S.
. V ih. ''Ik.
f FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
I""'. FASHIONABLE TAI10H. u
Business SuiU for $25.
White River Flour
C. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
, Go to
S BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
r Alexander Young Bldg.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PLUMBING end PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Tainting Co.. x2I
Kine St.; P. 0. Box 914
185 editorial roomsUAH buo'
nets office,. Thete are tho telephone
cumbers of the Uulletin office."
For Good Furniture
1120 Fort St. '
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
RiiiR up 197.
Dr. J. il. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mnukn Pacific Club.
Ofllce Hours Frcra 10 to 12; from
Z to 4 J from 7 to S.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office. SCO. Residence, 1460.
ON SALE AT
MRS. J. ROSENBERO
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Bcrctania Sti.
New Shipment of
"Bee" Brand Ceylon Tea
Packed in little gunny sacks.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTB
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bide. Fort St.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street '
FINEST Fl T
tnd cloth of A-l quality can kw inr
. 0. Box SX11 Telftohon Ml
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSE1P) UNDERTAKING CO,
JBeretania St., Opp. Sachs'.
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Was opened with the New Yeail
and all arc invited .to inspect our
goods. Family trade solicited.
THOS. F. MCTIQHE & CO.,
101.105 King and Maunakea.
Phone 140. Po. 0. Box 755
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
WING CHOJNG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL .
" Dealers in furniture Mattresses,
Etc. Etc. AU kinds of KOA and
MISS ON FURNITURE Zada Ti
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fijh Market.
FRAMED PICTURES '
for gifts at ,1'
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bla Nickel Scratch Pad for !
it the Bulletin offtca for five cents,
It one inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Antomoblles $4 per hour. Phone 6.
Call and see Mike Paton at the En
Telephone 503 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
Physical culture and massage given
by Prof. Uar6n, 61, 52 Young Hotel.
Automobiles hack' rates. Kmplif
stand.' Phone 213. Ilethel and Hotel.
Up till this morning thero had been
481 automobile registered at the po
lice station. '
If you want a goad Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Currlogo MfR. Co., 427 Queen St.
Tho business of 11. John Potllc, V.S.,
Is now managed by H. M. Ajies, to
whom all communications should be
The ensu against Antonio Corrca,
who Is charged with assault and bat
tery, was sent over until tomorrow
morning at tho Police Court.
Monty Montgomery, managing n
local saloon up to tl)o first of tho year,
has resigned and Is now holding forth
at the Two Jacks Fashion Saloon on
Hotel street, where he will be glad to
meet his friends.
IK'bccca Pupu, the youn. lady who
swiped n ring from n Celestial friend
of hers, was (rented to a thirteen
months suspended sentence by Judge
Audiade this morning . Itebccca was
also told to find the, ring, which she
claims sho gave to her cousin, and re
turn It to the gentleman from China.
Pun worked up one of the most suc
cessful Jags that has been seen nrpund
lliu pollco station since Champion Ol
iver went Into retirement. Pun's ef
fort was acknowledged to about take
the cako, mid as ho got sixty days Jail
this morning, ho and Oliver should bo
in flue condition for a beer Marathon
when they leavo Asch's hotel.
Tho wax figures of surfers, mado by
Artist Usborne at tho request of the
local Promotion Committee, will start
on their way to Now York today,
whero plaster casts will bo made from
tho models. This Is a valuable promo
tion scheme and ought to prove a :de
elded drawing card. The Rtatuettee
wt I he placed on tho market at rea
Amhco the name that means lillo-j
logrnphlc efllciency. Use Ansco flttnt
and Cyko paier. Sold by Otirrey, Ud..
For( stieet, opp. Uenson, Smith & Co.
All America shoos, sold by Manu
facturers' Shoo Co., will give you the
maximum of comfort and satisfaction.
They will also give you tho longest
service of any Mines sold ut, tho price
14 and I4.S0.
If you can not afford tho best hat
made IIih Knox then buy, tho next
best tho Deacon, made by the Knox
company. Advance spring and sum
mer styles now ready at Sllvn's Tog
gery. Kimf near Fort,
The dyeing of clothes Is a science
little understood at the average "dye'
ing establishment." Tho F. Thomas
Dyeing Works of San Francisco aro
scientific dyers and the French Latin
dry, 268 I)cre(aula street, will send
your clothes to them,
Steamer China Met With
Strong -Gales' and
Another lot of Filipino laborers,
reached Honolulu this afternoon by tho
Pacific Mall liner China. Tho con
slgnment consisted of sovonty-flvo
men, a fow wonfen and children.
Tho Filipinos were Immediately tuk
en charge by the representatives of
the Hawaiian Sugar Plauturs' As80cla
Hon Labor Ilureau and they will bo
distributed to tho various plantations.
The China met with oil sorts of
nnuty weather during tho , nine 'nnd
one-hair days consumed on tho voyage
from Yokohamu to Honolulu. Head
winds mid strong swells considerably
retarded the prugiess of the launch
The vessel .leaves nine first class
passengers at the port. Iu addition
to tho Filipinos, the China brought 18
Japanese and two Chinese, Traveling
through to San Francisco thero are
67 first class and 100 Chinese passim
Seven hundred tods of general car
go will bo dlschaigcd hero beforo (lie
vitrei sails for tho mainland at 9
o'clock tomonow morning.
Among the more prominent passeu
gxj-8 bound for the States is Command
er Buchanan, who for years bus been
connected Willi the V, H, gunboat
Helena, The Helena has been a fa
millur (lguic at Asiatic ports.
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
Wood and Coal irione obb
Q. W. McDougaU, Prop.
A IIECOIID SHIPMBNT.of oriental
freight will arrive here by the Pacific
.Mail liner Manchuria on January 21.
according to the latest advices receiv
ed at tho agency of II. Hackfeld &
Company, The Manchuria has sailed
from Vokahomn with thlity-nve nun;
dred tons of general cargo lor Honolu
lu. The vessel bns first-class passen
ger accommodation for 150 pcoplo, bo
It Is believed that those tourists und
millionaires alleged as marooned In
Hawaii will have ample opportunity
of breaking away from the best win
ter resort in the world. The Man-
churfu wil renulu at tho port for at
least twenty-four hours imliig to her
unusually large trelght list
CATTLK. HIDES, frulls and dried
lti.lt iHii.ln ( I li a tsitot Hot it (tin In.
.111. . . 1.. ..,1.1.1.
ter- Island steamer Manna Loa, which
an Ived from Kona and Kail ports tills
morning. The Manna Loa brought 39
cabin and C4 deck passengers and her
cargo Included 275 sacks, coffee 22
sacks bean, 118 tan, 21 sacks iota
toes, CO bunches bananas, 24 barrels
oranges,, II crates chickens, 29 head
cattle, 42 bales hides and 150 packages
sundries. Tho vessel met with heavy
seas and strong northeajt winds In
crossing tho channel.
WITH NEARLY seven hundred
round-the-world touiists on bnaid des
tined for Sail Fraurlsco, the Cleveland,
a' Hamburg-American liner, sailed from
Yokohama last evening, according to a
cable, received at the agency of II.
Hackfeld ft Co. Tho Cleveland Is bring
ing the Clark party to Honolulu, where
they nlll anlo bn Sunday morning.
Januryi23rd. The tourists aro to re
main. hero until the evening of tho fol
lowing day, Elaborate plans have
been made for the entertainment of the
visitors. t ,
THB MAT80N Navigation liner I.ur
line has salleSl for-llllo via Kahuliil.
The 'vessel ha some six hundred tons
of general csigo for the other Island
ports. TheLurllne will return to Ho
nolulu! In time to sallifov San Fran
cisco oi Tuesday afternoon n( 5
o'clock, i i i . .-
v" i i Ma .
' THE UARKENTINK Coronado was
ten das out fronf Ban Francisco to
day.. .TIiO'CoronaddMs bunging down
a full cargo of general merchandise to
Honolulu. C. llruwer & Company aro
the local agents for the vessel.
A JAPANESE steamer with a name
of Yiddish tingle, represented by the
Koan Maru, has been placed on the
berth at Kobo, Japan, and is sched
uled to sail for the United States by
way of Honolulu.
FIVE THOUSAND sacks of Biig"ar
fion; Kauai hns arrlvoii nt tho port by
the Intcrlsland steamer Llhcllke. Tho
Llkellke experienced choppy seas and
squalls on the Inward trip.
THE AMERICAN ship Rosecrans Is
now out soven days from Oavlota. This
vessel Is bringing a shipment of fuel
oil destined for Hawaiian Island ports.
PURSER FRIELE of tho steamer
Maitna Loa reports 1900 sacks Paau
haii and 2500 sacks Kiikuthaclo sugar
awaiting shipment on Hawaii.
THE SCHOONER Carrier Dove may
go on tho marine railway for a clean
ing and repainting after her shipment
of lumber Ib discharged.
THE STEAMER Maul la roported nt
Paauliau, and tho Nllhnu at Kukul.
haele, both vessels discharging car
tm m n
, NEW YORK, Jan. 6. Samuel E.
Campbell, an automobile dealer, will
nave to serve ten months In the
county jail for causing the death of
Rev. C. Ilrluley Morgan, ,roctor of
Christ Church here, In January,
1908. The Superior Court, to whlrh
he appealed from the Police Court,
fixed tho penulty nt ten months In
Jail. Today the Supieme Court of
Errors, to which Campbell carried
the case, confirmed the Judgment of
the Superior Court,
Rev, Morgan was crossing Ilroad
way, when ho was struck by Camp
bell's auto thut was going more than
twenty miles an hour, according to
witnesses. Campbell Bald his speed
wus not over eight or ten miles an
hour and that tho minister stepped
right In front of the automobile.
EVERY DETAIL PERFECT
The care exercised in every detail of the malcinp; insures the per
manency of style and fit of the clothes we make.
W. W.AHANA & CO.
62 So. King St, , , , j J ( No Branchei.
TT t V
ExcayaHng and Fill
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Zwa of Nuuanu Stream
u " m ALAMEDA
The following wireless liar,' been
wireless lias lie
cehed by thn agents fiom the S. S.
"Alameda, Jan. 13, 1910 (8 p. m.)
"All well, 390 miles out. Moderate
northeast gale with heavy sen. Dar.
'30.20,. temperature' G7. All well.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FKANC1SCO 11AY ENTRANCK
Nutlcn is hereby given that San
Vrnnrltnii I fthf .VAuef.1 Mn 7fl.vna Prt.
,U0C(1 ,)y ollcf UBh,.VMBCt N(). 70
Ion January, .1. Tho change Is tempor
ary. The relief light-vessel shows n
light and sounds signals having the
same churaclerlstlcs'os those of Light-
, ,, ... . ,. , ,7
Vusnel No. 70 riirnierlv im tho Rtntlnn.
. ., ..... .. " , . , ,
i' ' iik.ii. w... ue .,xe,.
I "",, """"ul ."""" ".." '".""
three lens-lnnterns encircling tho
masthead at a height of 4G feet above
the water nnd visible 12 miles In clear
.Relief Llghl-Veastd No. If, Is a flush'
deck steam vessel, hau two masts,
schooner-rigged, now bowsprit, a black
smokcstccl:, und n steam whistle be
tween the masts, but differs from
Light-Vessel No. "0 Injun Ing all vis
ible parts from the bow to the mid
dle of the foicmast, and from the mid
die of the mainmast nft, painted' red;
all vlslhlu patls between the fore and
main masts. Including the middle third
of each lantern mast, white. Tho (lav-
marks nt the mnstheuds have Ave .ver
tical stripes, three red and two wliite,
and on the sprlngstny, mldnay be
tween, the two masts, thcie Is an oval
daymark'wllh ouo white nnd two red
vertical stripes. The number "76" Is
In white on each bow and each quar
ter, and In black on each side of the
spnngstay uaymurK. The word "Re
lief" Ih painted ill large blaj-k letters
on me middle or eacli side.
SAN PAULO HAY CALIFORNIA
Notl$e Is hereby given that Car-
qulnez Sinilt Llght-Statlon will be en-
tabllshed about January 'IE, 1910, In
the structure recently erected on tho
IC'ly side of the entrance to Carqulnez
Strait und tho Ely sldo or the en
tiunco to Napa Creek, Just lusldo of
tho long wooden dike and about 9-10
mile, 10 degrees, 30 minutes true
(E. 1-8 N. mag.), from .Muro Island
The light will ho, flxo.l red, of tho
im uruer, oo leei nnnvo tno water, am
should bo visible 13 miles In cleai
weather, tho observer's eye 15 feet
above tho water
Tho tower Is a cream colored square
frame' structure with white trimmings,
surmounted by a blank cylindrical lan
tern, and rises from n 2V4-story dwell
Ing and fog-slgnnl building with white
trimmings uml red roofs. The tower.
uwoiung. und fog-signal building uro
on a pile foundation, In 8 feet of wa
ter. Tho approximate geographic nasi-
tlon of tho light, as taken from Coast
nnd Qeodctlc Survey Chart No. 5525
will be: Latltudo. noitX 38 degrees
u minutes (09"); longitude, wet
122 degices 14 minutes (35").
Carqlnex Strait, tangent N'lv side
114 degrees 15 mln. tiuo (U 9-10 S.
mag.); Mmo Island Light-House, 200
deg. 00 mln truo (W. 1-8 S. mag.);
Magazine Wharf, SE'ly corner. 329
deg. 30 mln. true (NW G-lfi W. mug.),
On the same date thcio will ho es
tabllshed at this stutlon a first-class
compressed-air siren, to tsound thus;
Wast. 3 sees.; silent Intorvul. 27 sees.;
blast, 3 socs.; silent Interval, 27 sees.
TRAN8PORT SERVICE. f
i . 4
Duford. arrived at San Francisco from
' Honolulu. Oct. 15.
I Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila, Dec, 27,
l":i''n rr.lveu' Manila, Jan. 3,
Thoinus, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sheridan, arrived San Francisco from
Honolulu, Jan, 12,
Malls ore ouo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Ban Francisco For Hlloiitan, .Inn. 9.
Vancouver Per Moana, Feb. 5.
Colonics Per Makura, Feb, 1.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as follows;
San Franclsro Per China toln
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Jan. 25.
Vancouvor Per Makura. Feb. 1,
Colonies Per Moana, Feb. 5,
t.rl,lnv .Innuarv 14
Hongkong nnd Jniiuii pint CM11.1,
P. M. 8. S.
Kona and Katt poits Mnuna I.oa,
stmr., a. in.
Thursday, January II.
Japan ports rih.inghui mid Mm.lla
Korea. P. M. S. 8., 4 p. m.
Manila via Quant Thomas, U. S, A.
T., 5 p. in.
I PA83EN3ERS ARRIVED I
Per P. M. 3. 8. .China. 'from China ,
and Japan polls, Jan. 14.-For Hon.)-
lulu: Mrs. S. Muranakn, K. Roth. Ur.1
E. Talmoge, K. Tokushlma, M. Toko-
nnn U- T,,b,l,ll,i3 M Tnkiw.
shlma, W. C-nl Vincent. Through l
Win. Alton, Rev. Choa. W. Ilriggs,
Clms. W. Urlggs, Miss II, Drlggi,
Miss II. Urlggs, llcv. A. V. Uryan. Mrs.
A. V. Hryan. W. W Buchanan. K. E.
Carpenter. Chan Ping Ki. Cheung '
Chan, Cheong Kco, Mrs. Chrong Keo.
and Infant. Chin-Kwoon Chow, C. A I
Crispin, A. B. Davis. G. Ennult, Fu Po
Kong. M. Oreentlcld. II. Hargreaves.i
Mir. 11. Hargrcaves, F. A. Hawes. Mis. '
. I llutson. M. Ichlmura, Mrs. M. Ichl-
mitrn. K. B. Johnson, K. Klmiira, II. I
Kubota. Mrs. K. Kunltonil., II. 8. i cu. I
I.- A llltrnl. ir-a II U ... I.... I..!.
... ... ...itt.il, ...,n. ...i u. ,.cu, lA'l' ..n,
F. Lesley,, U-ou Lubu. Mrs. 8. I.titlbpi
ry. I.uo Kang Chung, Mrs. F. Masuda
and child, Mrs. J. McCrueken, E, II.
Mclntyro. 8. Mori, Mrs. E. Morrison,
Isadorc Myer, Mrs. Ow Ilow Ling, Mrs.
M. Ozawn ami child, II. F. Palmer, II.
Pcarman. Mrs. 8. I'olnek. M ri i.
gun, Geo, Reffold, T. II. Schmidt, O.
Strnlton I.lonl. 'I linn,.. Vlr,
' - - '- ...o... - ...... . .
Illng Loon, Tang Kwang, Miss O. Scat-1
Per stmr. rdnuna I.oa, from Koni
and Knu Jan. 14. Th.-ihp i,,iifi,-.i m.. i
" -"-.., ...... t
Shotwoll, Jlrs. flniunii Ed Wells. Miss
nen... ... jimes. ur. i. A Hrnwclllu.
A. J. Tallc. Afrs. I" ,1,, Pi-ln Mil a
do Frels, Mrs. F. L. Leslie Jas. dii
.i-. ... ...,. u. j. ituiiinsitn, .urs. .1. II.
Paris, Miss E. Paris. It. W. Smith,
Mrs. Smith, J. II. Hakuolo, Joo Pa
checu, J. Mooie, C. nurholtz. Miss J.
neuiey, j, j. i-rinerg,
I PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, for Japanese
ports and Manila, Jan. 13. Henry
Annul. Airs, iienry Austin H. II. Illsh
op. .Mrs. II. U. Illkhop, Dr. a. K. No-U
soni, Mrs. O. E. Nesom. W. A. Ktnf-
rord. Mrs. V. A. Stafford.
Per stmr. W. O. Hull, for Kauai
porls. Jan. 13. A. Hunenerg. I) U.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, January 14.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 13:
8. S. Cleveland, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 14:
S. S. Tenyo Maru, hence Jan, 3.
VICTORIA Arrived Jnu. 14:
8. S. Moann, liento Jan. S.
HILO Sailed Jan. 12:
8. 8. Virginian, for Snlina Cruz.
Per P. M. S. S. China, for San Fran
Cisco... Schweitzer, Leon IlunlgH
berger, Mrs. Honlgsborger, Henry
Lucas, Mrs. K. It. Fulbrooko, Mrs. B.
M. Spencer, Col. Jno. Diddle, Pr. Wnb
ter Spencor. Mrs. M. Holllday. Mrs. W.
U. Oaeng, Dr. Soxton, David Cobb,
Oordon Usboino. Mrs. L. Musclo Cadt.
nrllhths, John H. Jenkins. R. Stover,
8. Forrest, J, H. Fuller, A. P. Mc
Davltt, W. P. McDavltt.
j;iES TOT BALL
Thore will bo some fine baseball
when the Heel Is In port on their re
turn voyage to tho mainland. The Mil
itary Athletic Association has received
letters from the ball players on board
the warships and (ho sailors say they
are very anxious to play somo g,imos
It will be icmembcrod that n sorlcs
of games was played In Honolulu
when the fleet was last hero, nnd that
tho class of ball put up by the sullors
was reully good,
The M. A. A. comml.too will hold n
llipaJlni? rm Min.ltit, iav an.i i.n .-.
.-.-T... .. ...... ..... ,lv,v ,, ,u llllu.
ter of arranging baseball games for
llio InVlo. ..Ill I.. ..,., , ...
... ...vn.a ., ,, up UllllBlllL-rVII. inO
fleet will arrive enrly next month, and
mo Buiiurs ami local soldiers will meet
in ..in. .,, ...'." . ... V.
... - ...t. . muuui naneuau
matches. Lorrln A. Androwa Is taking
niHiDui in n,o ..,n,i. ., ,. .
., ". "'"! " mm
tho other mombors of tho M. A. A. will
look lifter the .intnll
look after tho dctnlls.
THE HII.ONIAN, n Matson Naviga
tion liner, lis duo to arrlvo at Hono
lulu from San Francisco on next Wed
nesday. This vosbol will bring n largo
general cargo from the mainland ns
well as n number of passengers.
Wong Mun Kting, a Chinese who is
alleged to have been mixed up In an
assault case. Is charge,) with vngrnncy
ut tho pollen station. Ho will ai.near
on Tuesday In court and loll mi ,
The James Makoe, which has been
-luiuung uy tiiu Alexandor llluck. re-
turned to Honolulu last evening con-
slderahly the worse for wear, The
little steamer lost a section of hor
rails, and hor npperwniks are some-
what damaged by tho seaa.
VES9ELS TO ARRIVE
Saturday, January ia..
llllo via way ports Maunn Kea,
Sunday, January 16.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Mnlokul porls Mlkah.ila,
Oavlota nowcrniiB, Am stmr,
Tuesday, January 18.
San Francisco 'Hllonlau, M. N. S. 8,
Wedneiday, January 10.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall stmr.
Thunrtav. January 20.'
'Hawaii and Maul porta Clnudlno
"""' ... . .
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"n1n'?Bt J" L """' l"rU-Man.,
,-"""u. .' o. o.
SaturHav. Januarv 77.
San Francisco Nevadan, A.-H. S. S.
llllo via way ports Manna Kea,
. m January S3.
Vx Smmi lrt-MIaourlan. A.
" ", , , , .
China and Japan polls-Cleveland.
"'A' 8' ; "" ' crl"t'-'
Monday, January 24.
.I"onKJ!on,8 "VT" K'',"-S'a,"'h"
Manu 1, s' -
a Tuesday, January 25.
San I-rancleco-Nlpis.il Mum, T. K
.' "' "
Wednesday. January 20.
Knual ports W. (1. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, January 27,
Hawaii nnd Mnul ports Clan. line,
Friday, January 28.
Ran FruurlsciH Alnnii-ilii. (i a s
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.warn, 1. K. K. S. S,
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Chlyo
1 VE88EL3 TO DEPART I
v , '. .
Friday, January 14.
Rnnt.in il., i,,.r am.... n ,,. i,
-......- .... . ... t tiiiLii al.'Uilcn, Jl,
N. 8. S.
Maui and Hawaii partr. Claudlne,
' Saturday, January 13.
San Fraiiclsco-Chliia, P M 3. S
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Bnllnn Cruz via Island porta Mex-
Ik - mi. A.-H. S. S
Tuesday. January 18.
Kona ami Knu imrts- .Maun i Loj.
llllo and way ,nrtn Maunn Kea.
San Francisco I.urllno M. N, il. 8.,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr, 5 p. m. -
.iniii ami Molokal porta Mlkahala.
stmr., 5 p. in.
Thursday, January 20.
Kauai ports W. (J. Hall. stmr. ,
Friday, January 21.
Snn Francisco Mnnchuila, P. M.
Mnul and Hawaii ports Claudlne.
Monday, January 24.
Soulh American ports Munr.hu
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Tuesday, January 25.
Japan ports mid Hongkong Nippon
Mnru. T. K. K. s. 8.
Thursday, January 27.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall stmr.
Friday, Janu.-ry 23.
Maul and Hawull ports Claudlne.
San FrnncUco Chlyo Maru T K
K. S. S. ' ,
Monday, January 31.
Japan ports mid Hongkong Siberia.
P. M. 8. 8.
I PA88ENOER8 BOOKED
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Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for llllo and
way imrts, Jan. 18. V, L. Tennoy. J.
H. Wood, Mrs. Wood, n I. i.iiu,. m...
IClraw, Miss Qraw, Mr. and Mih.IJ. a!
iiicnauguion, Mrs. F. Kubota, Mrs C.
U. Benton, Mrs. II.' Hayes, , Mrs. Mary
P. Clark, Miss U C. Uouldln. Mlsa J.
M. Athcrton, Miss Flaxman, Mrs. Ath
orton. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Atherton.
Miss Raymond. Miss Ocddlngs. Mls
Hedden. B. II. Williams, Mrs. Wll
Hams, II. c Fiirman, Mrs. Fiiriniin, W,
W. Clinmberlnlii. Mrs. Chamberlain.
Per I. N. 8. S. I.urllno. for San
.ranclsco, Jnu, 19.-Mra. J. w. Km.nli.
nor. Mrs. Kulo Ronton, Miss Stella
Ztimwalt. Mrs. Kanny Krause. c. P.
Wurtz, Jlrs. A, F. Cooko, MrK, T (I
., ..,,, ,,r r tooK0 Mrik ,
' pHls. N. M. I.owls, Mrs. LowU Cl..,
It.,.,1. rri... .. ' V MI"Hi WIUH.
Lewis, Thos. Knv. S l ci
Per stmr. Claudlno, for' Mnul i..
Hawaii nni-l. Tnn ,. .r .....
ii ... V"'V. t' '-"nistead.
..i 'ouuer, II, w. M. Mitt r n.iu,.
V. A. Kinney. R a Koarns n '
ii . '.'. ,vu'lrns, ur, n.
";, a. uanoniiorg, J Scott fl v
Smithies. Mrs. Smithies v j .,,
... ..... ... ,'nl0B' v- 3- Allen-
caster. Mrs. AMpiipui.' ',..'....
l'er stmr. Maunn i:oa,'ro'r Kom, 'and
Km. ,rts. Jan ,8.-J,,dKo Knuluko,
J. Ackerman, J), u. Maeomiclito. MrK.
Fernian, Mrs. Otoullier. Ooo. .
Fer stmr. Claudlne, for Ma., nn ,
Hawaii ports. Jan. 21. Mrs V
Scboltz, Mrs. W. II. Abbey, w u .,"
, , , " ' "' UttU- 'r K-.ual
.? , ' ""' '0:Tmm M' DIBKr. Tllrs.
i "". airs. Christian
THE AMKuIOAN ship i:,IwnrU Ru..
"" IH Bn lol" i Honolulu r,oll, nuw.
Port News, and, according- to udvleos
' received hero, tho vessel la now out
ono hundred dayii. Tim ship n.,.
' r"l f"r the United Stutes naval
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