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IPVEN1N0 BULTETIM. HONOLULU T. II.. THURSDAY, FED. 3, 1910.
htht : iiir iiiiin mini tin
Pacific Second Dcoree.
Hawaiian First Dearee.
1 HI V4IA
All lsltlng members of the
Order art' cordially Invited to
attend lucctlngs iif local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 . M.
ntiir- r-itnftirrnM v...Ma ,4
MAriinc tltolrUttiy other aw
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciatfcn cor.
ILARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every 'Monday evening at
7:30 in I. 0. O l" Hall, Tort Street.
E II. HENDRY, Secretary.
1'. D. Wickc. N. Q.
AJ1 vhltlng brothers very cordially
OaSU I0DGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 tn K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Uotetanla. Visiting
brothers cordlnlly iuv'lted to attend.
"WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIB, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, II. P. O.
tllks, meets In tbclr hall, on King
Btrect, near Tori, overy Friday even.
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend. ' '
E. A. DOUTIHTT, E. K.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAUAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first nnd thlrii Thnn.
nays of each month at Knights of
rymios mil. visiting brothers "cor
ilally Invited to attend.
P. HIGQINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of etch month at
7:30 oclock In ic. of P. Hall, corner
Cerotnnla and Tort streota.
Visiting Ea-ules are Invited to at
tend. W. It. R'.LEY, W. P.
Vfil. O. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and Ith Saturday
voning nt 7:30 o'clock InJC. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ilorotania. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. ill. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. R. S.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office HoursFrom 10 to 12: from
2 to 4; from,7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 690. Residence, 1480.
& REGAL SHOES
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
. LiUUKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & IY0N CO., LTD.
Alexander Younj; Bldg.
A. B. ARIEIGH & CO., ITD.
. wah mm co.
J)RY GOODS AND TAII0R1HG.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. nOTEL ST
i Importers of
I ORIENTAL GOODS
WING WO TAI & CO.
'841 Nuuanu St, Phone 2G0.
AT THC YOUNG.
Tuesday, February 1.
It It BrraBuf, W. Vn.j 0. E. Buck,
at the Hawaiian;
Tuesday, l-cbruary 1.
John Hum, 0. K. Hunter, lollehuaj
3. It, Davis
Thursday, February 3.
It. S Smith Sjdnoy, Austrnlln; Mr.
mnl Mrs. CH. Hubhvrd CulbertBOn,
Null ; Mr. mi I Mrx. F W. Frnnkland.
FiiMon Now Zealand; Rev. John Il
an, Darling roum tjiteenslnnii; Mr.
and Mrs. 11. R. Crouch Chlco, Cal.;
Mm. it. v urtney senile1! wash.: "0
Randolph Do Molnr lowp 'u c'
Gllnch Grand Forks, N. rrtK0'tni'
A pretty nnd llthccnma Balooift'
dancer U among the quai-ntine frOlh'
Aiistruli-i who will, pcrrorr u 'stern
Tedornl gojernmer rWktlon,.4iAvo
to remain at thq Wlleit, quarantine
station utideczvmorlcan jurisdiction.
The JOi'lfg lady was n through
paR3cPjUr on tho Canadlan-Austra-"
liner Ma'tura, but was prevailed
upon to Remain over at Honolulu and
glvo a series of performance? to tlio
cdlf.cntlon of n critical but amusement-hungry
A troupe nt trnlnoj eeal3 are in
cluded In the marooned party now
enjolng the hoipltnllty of the gov
ernment. They arc In charge' of
two performers, and It Is expected
that the act will be a hcadllnor al
one of the local plajhouso3.
ANOTHER SITE .
"I bellevo that the new library
should bo placed where the Pohuklnn
school Is now located or In the ptem
Iscs occupied by the Stockvnn'.s
Stnbles," Bald a prcmlnem citizen to
day. "The school house silo would bo the
lx'at, Uecausu It Is bulv u'lnaaui if1
time when a now school tlioul I 'no
built for tho children if lliu tschn'il
most of whom como from I'm Knki.iko
"If tho Stock ird3 'a')Ni3 sla la
taken It would fit InU. Ilu ltolilun !
Bchemo of tho 'civic eiitci for Hn
nnlulu. and with tho rrrmth of the
town It will not bo too 'u from tint
center of things." '
Part with c-ipltal to lntest Is I .ok '
Ing for an opportunity. Sco classified
TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included tho
Intcr-lslnud Ftcamer Nllhnu from Ha
waii ports. This cssel brought 6024
sacks P. 8. M. BUKir 55 head cattlo. 25
calves, nnd 107 packages sundries.. Tho
Nllhau brought no passengers to the-
port. 'J ho vessel met with bad weath-,
or on thn homeward trip. Plenty of"
rain Is reported from along tho llama
THE STEAMER Victoria, built In
Portland nineteen mi-h nun nt a cost
of $150,000, and at onp time tho most
beautifully furnished passenger
steamer on Tiuct Smind, was sold by
tho United Slates Marshal at Seattle
on January 12 to satisfy claims, and
was bid In by a representative of tho
Hall shlpjard. which has a claim of
$13,000, for $25 000. Tho stoamer was
nccr operated profitably, ,
This Week at.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Cluiinrfd Adiare Al-wftrt-Iitllt'HelDrtir
I your butinett; they will find 'oit
I property or people,' they will, find
olntthinB.TOu, want: arM-'tber'will
tell something- vo don't wrnaU
Moral: Let the little helper help
C you they only coat oWceat a word.'
Automobiles S4 per hour. Phone 6.
Mlko Patnn has buttermilk, at the
line coppurplato v engraving and
pi Intlng at Heakbane'i, Fort Jtretl
if ou want to have good rubber
stamps made go to Wall, Nichols Co ,
Ltd. - '
Just tho place, nnd tlmo to call on
Charlie nt the Orphcum Saloon, for a
long) cool drink.
It you watitls good Job done on an
nuto,or carriage take it' to Hawaiian
carriage Mtgjeco . m wueen at
Amorloan Steam Lann .. -pliont
BOS-AutomobSl. deH.f.n-J,t woffc
Prompt ntler on-
.. Tl1 tTSenTat the Faehlrffl Salooa-ls
-me pleasantly ipSnt. This placd Is
soinc timet Vnown as the Two Jacrs
Among tho' pasJcngors booked for
MntiL ports by the steamer Claulllne,
BchcffiilcJ to sail tomorrow, Is J. P.
Coat your lron"roofs with "Arable."
You will bo surprised at IU cooling
an J pretcrv.-ith e propvrtlcs. Calltornlu
Feed Co , agents.
Kodak films nt coast p:ccs nt Hono
lulu l'hnln Hnnrlv fn msi Pirt otrrnt
Pps canlfl, vlov,s KoJik supplies and.
!S.--. "'." "np'tt'iL".1. SSnrtW
uriousmTnner r.ng up tS Charles , ""k.r?'.,7.h"!1' ,whcro ", wll
It. rnJnriSmU"1? l? Pwca
consultation lT,e ?6" v'"Bln"V '" noft ,,Cl1 ttlonE-
Thi-m win i.-n mitn f h. ti,i . '" 0ott)1I(5 whlrf nn'l wl" doubtr
Iwi Mam Inn mcf rnmmlltP '5w Mi"li'.naUtutbea there. ,Tho
iwa Marathon i race committee hls California,, and,. the Tennessee aro
The mee'l nCtt4 I'm TlX S5SS S K" Mh B,rcct whirK
at?-ffio'rioVnnifiihh The South Dakota was more or desa
atT.SOocloc'cnndall thbso Interested enveloped In coal duU this morning
In the race are requested to attend. Bd she will urobablj receive her al -
The $J50 Starr plan-) in tho Thayct lothidnt of fuel by tonight.
Muslc Co. window has been reduced OUtsldo the harbor nnd ildln? nt
In prlco so It can now bo bought for .anchor are l&c,PcnnrlvanIa, Colo-
$1 a day, paid for every day In a year.
Prlco reductions havn been mnrtn nn
almost every piano irf tho Immcnso
stock carried by this company.
So far the follow nt r,rvments
have been' mai.o ltlti tn thn
baseball games for Salurd
ilay next. The Tenresseo
play the Fort Shatter tcim
ini u Utah
leaguo grounjs. nnd tho canAi -will
start at l:30 o clock. Then
Is pau. tho N. O. II. nlno
iiiq cumuiuuu neei icnm. . ,t
On Sunday the first game "will be
between the V. B. Marines and tho
Tcnnosfc'o nnd tho 'second a 'return
match with tho National Guads op
posing tho combined fleet onqb moro.
Thcro will bo no charge mado' at
the gates, nnd over body is Invited to
roll up and tako a reserved seat. The
Hawaiian band will play during Sat
urday nrternoon and a few sod wator
carts will nlso bd In evidence,' Tho
Fifth Cavalry nlno.could not see their
way clear to mako the trip to town
and play tho Tcnnesseo team. Ser
geant Barry tried to arrango tho mat
ter but failed. The Marines, howeer.
stepped Into tho breach, and tho sail
ors will havo to play up to beat them.
rut ouuiiuy iiiu ,uiurauo anu west
Virginia band will bo In attendance
and will discourse sweet music.
Tlin UNITED STAGES army trans-
port Crook, which has beon laid up at
San Francisco for soveral months, is
reported will bo placod In commission
again and tho army boat may be sent
down to the Hawaiian islands with' a
largo shipment of stores and supplies
for the quartermaster's department.
Tho Crook has been out of the trans
port servlco since her last .trip' to Ma
nila. Tho.yessel has been used as an
auxiliary ana irequcnuy returned Willi
shipments of coal from' Nagasaki.) Ja
pan. Sho is pot very wqll adapted for
tho transportation of ompera or troops
as her quarters are limited and tho
vessel has always borne tho reputation
of a "roller."
When yon want to be
Handled riitlrt, phone your order to thr t"
01TY TRAN8FER CO. .-jT'l
7si. H. Lete,
f " 1 SSI IS II I I SHliMM
kllli. rtil ., .!.., . .... ,
hwn-. Psmfc I . mm
clrnre end Ptanc JfOTttg,
AND CALLSrGALVESTON iD
" NOWJN ORDER
Meldd and Dust ingle;
As the 'cruisers' comcrlrlng tho Big'
Eight or tho Pacific fleet prepare for
a resumption of (heir ovnco to San
Francisco" melody from naval band!
ana .coal oust mingle at the' local j
vaF??- .? .,,;. . . ,
i-o nU u -ni tmuuis m w
raao ana the Washington nnal tug.
Dy tho tlmo tho vessels depart for The Denver nnd Galveston ha a been
the const tho naysl cml pile wl'l ap (coaled "an J provisioned for1 the trip and
pear as- if struck by the .'ig end of at pending-a few minor repairs which de-
ilBfl 4llb!UUU WMlllT.
SUOAR. Corn and sundries wcro In
eluded in the shipment of Hawaii and
Maul products' which arrived at tho
poft this morning by tho Inter Island
.,J1.A- m. ..!.. isi, t it It ..
"KJL"'Lr.i'?u","V: V. ' w,'eJr
l ..J ?J.t a a s(h3nl northerly." swell pre
IJWI w.M !" Thocsse brought 67 hogj
60 ntt.fi Will n,1 1fifi n-.Wn4n. n.Mln ' "
B"c5u,,llrc,a.. """' ". wcnnesaiy
r t' u'jT fc !. at
i i t t 2 ntm tl 'Y,t i Ct-i .
" ouujh. nnuiuiiK euipmuui
'"eludes the follqwln?. according to
a report brought hire by tho steamer
ur n iinii. iw k,H -iir i jQKn. fi p. n
18 325; WK(, .00',i;rv Id 'b .' 325a";'
McBr, CtO; M. d, Co13 310;. S. P.'
9I0T '-, j '
TUB (A"iiu freighter, llsjorlan
with n largo shipment of sugo.r, sailed
from -Kahakil for Hllo yclctday. The
vcst(!l u taking on an additional con
signment of sugar at tho Hawaii port
prior to her departure for Sallna Cruz.
THE INTTiS-ISLANp steamer W. O.
Hall was an arrival at tho port thla
morning from Kauai ports, bringing a
shipment of sug-r and sundries. Tho
Hall mot with fair weather on both
outward and Inward trips.
ACCORDING to a coast report Cap
tain Castncr, constructing quartermas
ter for the United States army, has
been appointed, depot, .quartermaster
at Honolulu during the leave of ab
sonco of Captain Fal.s.
HILO 8H1PPINO as reported by tho
officers of tho steamer Clnudlno.' In
cludes the barkcntlncs Saint Kathor
Inc, Olympic, and Annlo Johnson and
mo scnooner Aiona .
,, NEARLY TWO thousand' sacks of
sugar had already gone into tho
steamer Koauhqu ft on! Kauai porta
at the, tlmo of thq departuro of 'tho
THE' LITTLE' American ' birk (Al
bert, which sailed from Kaanapali
somo weeks ago for Pugot Sound, la
reported tqiiavo arrived tft Port Town
send on Tuesday. '
OW. wlitfY t 8o"attle, Pacirio
CoastMagerit, oftho'.IloBtori Towboat
CompanV, 1 'negotiating for tho sale
of the stoamer. Ilyados to tho Matson
Navigation ' Company. The Hj'adcs
nun ujiuruiuu uy me Aiaiuon line ue
twdeu Sc'attlfe and tho HaValfan Isl
ands under "clinrter last year.
Cap'taln William "'Matson, president
of tho" sicarlishtii comnanv of that
naltriosald that "Wiley was trying to
Miiuti ui ,111V iijiuiua ana mai mo
d6at probably would 'bo concluded"
"Wo operated tho Hyaios" under
charter last" year," said Captain Mat-
son. "I am' inclined to think tha't wo
shall buy W," It Is our 'Intention to
bft,i !. Tt.f'JJ i !
..,. n,w uuuvh in nur regular run
Dotweert Seattle and thoMslandB."
' H. fvL piLLSnund' and a number
of other Sad Franci'scrt khlnriln'mnn
havo chahor'ed tlieVcirknoSvhschoom
or1 Dora' Blilhm' fr'o'ni Aloxarider
Voodsldo"for'Jn salvage ex)edftl5ri o
the 'wreck of tho1 Pacific MrfifBteamer
iiiuiuua ai roinr, 't'osca, near' Magda
lena' Day". Tito schooner1 will salt for
tho Bpulh under command of Captain
Johnson. The' Indiana, which was
wrecked on tho lower coast on April
3rd of last yoar; wns'n total loss, but
tho salvors 'oxitedt1 to got enough out
of what Is left of tho steamer to pay
mein ior meir enorts;
Mr-- buLletinads pay ;fc
SURE to have'our
. Phone 162.
Sail For Mk Islaiid At
Tho United States protected cruis
ers Denver and Galveston which hao
remalncd-nt tho port of Honolu u for a
week, will sail for San Francisco at
o'clock tomoi row nftenooi'. according
to prcserit arrangcmonls for tho !Is-
Dnsnl nt thn vtaltlntr VoennTn .
,,' wl," te r!
. IsliTnd for a B"ewl orhaWIng
and renting:'. TH0 Irbqdils has 'heen
undergolnk trrrtporary repairs to her
hollers and It Is tho Intention that tho
csSel proceed, to tho coast under her
own steam as far as Is nractlcaL '
AltrtJftS San Fr'ancllco I expect.
cd will rcnulrb between, ten nnd
'twelve "days. Tho' Ironuo-a may have
o be towed aililSVSS
dlstnncd and fhould this become a ne-
cerslty. It will probably fall to tho lot
of tho. Denver to take the Hno3 of tho
lajed their acparturo today tho ea
sels are ready for sea.
SCHIEHMER CHARGES FREAR
AS CAUSE'.OF TROUBLE
(Continued from Page 1.)
further that the killing of birds on
the Island was prohibited'' by order
of the President.
"The Governor is to blamo for the
wholo mlx-up," continued tho "King
of Lnysan Island." "I was depend
ing on htm, nnd I was preorited
from going to Laysan because of his
policy In dealing with me. It I was
thero, i no trouble would have Oc
curred; "I do not deny that birds tyivo
been killed on Lajsan by theso men
w ho havp been arrested, but that was
noi mqir , principal worK.
"Then 'the bird killing by the Jap
anese wits simply incidental to tuo
guano business?" tho "King" wa3
"Yes, that Is tho word. They
were thero after gtiano and killed a
few birds on tho side."
"Thcro Is no trilth in the report
that the Japanese raised the Amer
ican flag at La) Ban Island for pur
poses of deception," also stated
Schlemmer'. "It was raised thero by
my' agents, and theso Japanese being
all In my employ, thero was nothing
wrong In It. , '
"The people will learn more about
Layfeah Island 'thata they know at
present," asserted the "KlngV "and
there'' will be trouble for a good
The Federal Grand Jury" began Its
Investigation of the case this morn
ing, twelvo of the capturod Japanese
being brought to the Judiciary build
ing In the custody of the United
States Marshnl to bo Interrogated by
United States District Attorney
WORD' 'HAS been received from
Port' Harford that tho oil 'tanker
WashtnaV arrived' thero without hav
ing Biistatncd any1 Injury from tho
storm'. The ''captain 'reported that ho
encountered the rodghctf kind', of
Wfcilthor ddVln? the wholo of tho trip
but the tanker rodo tho seas safely
without stratn. Tho desertion of tho
W.c HI Smith was duo to '.tho fact
that the sea was 'too rdiign to permit
of Iho Washtenaw ' completing the
towing imporilllng her own safety.
Fears wcro felt for tho safety of tho
-csicl ns Micro had been no word
front her Blnco she broko away from
the Bteamer William Hi Smith last
Monday night off Gray's Harbor in
one of tho heaviest Bcas of tho win
ter. THE STEAMER Suslo "M. Plum
mer, which was" abandoned 'pi sea
somo tlmo ago, Is still afloat and1 is a
orlous mennco to navigation'. The-
captain of the British steamer Prtneoss
Ena at Ban Pedro, from British Co
lumbia, reports having uasacd tho
Plummer on his way south. Spars
and bulwark had gone and tho hull
was nb6ut two feet out of tho water'.
Adjho Pliimmer'g hold Is filled ovlth
lumber, the derelict will float until the
hull breaks up or drifts nshoro. and
would bo a very serious pbstaclo for
nnothe!' voasel to run Into.
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Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin'
J FuCUaalnr Company
I ii t ff I ft
. Shippffifcgf ,
j' INV6Rtlbrl PORT j - "AftrtlVBO"
Thiij4ti i?kstti4skJ t
SAN FRANCIBL.O Arrive I Feb' 3.
S R. Chljo Maru henco Jan. 2b.
HUREKA Sailed Feb. 3:
liit. a. C. AilLti. ior Honolulu.
; .: r " ;
Per C-A. strnft Makura. for Vic
torla. Mr. and Mrs A. II, Gordon,,
Mrs. F. R. Glover. Mr. and Mrs. It.
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. K. Hobson,
Mr. and Mrs. Whltoaway, Mli Helen
MacKay. miss h. crcu, A. w. Dan
forth, Mr. and Mrs J, O. Shadboth,
Chns. D. Towslcy. Mr. and1 Mrs. O. S.
MoLnron, Mies K. Scdtt, Mr.'nnd Mrs
R. Rilddv, i: S. Ironsides, Mr. and
Mrs. E. n. Williams, G. T. Brown D
Drodlc, 1M Wyman, Miss Eva M?r
ry, Dr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Smith, A. A.
Bnllachy, W. J. Butt, Mr. nn'd Mrs. If.
A. Udger, J. D. Kennedy, C. M. Denis
ton, J. Rowclllf, Thos Lawson, S. L
Hodges. L. W. Wilson. JI. It. Kcrwln
C. Evans, Frank Macdermott, J. T.
Hoffman, A. E. Macnaughton, Mr. nnl
Mrs". Wls, Mlas Butler, Mir Mullen
Mlfs Caidos, Mr. anj Mro. W. O, Mil
lor", Walter Stnnton, Mrs Stanton. C.
It. Hovcy1, R. Stoail. Mrs. W. W. Car
lyslo IX A. Wl'lanl. Mrs". G. E. Mae
donald. Mr. and Mrs MacCllntock
Mrs. J. E. Cockburn, Miss M, Gcd
dlugs Miss M. Headdcn Mr.rind Mrs.
Fred Harvey, W. II. Johnton, Mrs. J,
E. Mlhcr, Mies J. Hlslop,, J. II. I.c
clalro, P. M, Mlirerj'J. M.. .Chadwlck.
j" MAI IT
Malls are one at Honolulu frou'
points as follows!
San FranclFco Per ChlnkTrob": 3.
Yokohama Per Asia, Feb.' i.
Vaneouvoi- Per Monna Feb.vG.
Colonics Per Malta), March 2j
Malls will depart lur thu lollnwlni
points as follows:
Sari Francltco Per Asia Fc'o. 5.
lokohama China Fob 8.
Vancouver Per Makura, today
ColonleB Per Monna. Feb. 5.
"IT 13 SERIOUS,"
(Continued from Page l.)
that it will tako mattcis out of the
hands of the Territory.
"This Is, a cry orderly cptrimu
nlty as far ns the use of liquor. Is
concerned, and compares fnvorably
w Jtu cities on theu mainland wher.e
iirchlbltloti la liot "in fdrcd. I also
think thnpt'wouVdW'an Injustice'
to tnoso who, have gono into thu
llqilor buklness hero. In good' faith'
and have Invested large nmbuntft or
capital, such us thd brewery, who
have invested something llko $100,-
000, to have their lu3lnesa summar
i!y ruined without' recompemsc.
"i nnv a uinqiy lecung towards
tho natives' and realixo their weak
ness in this rcspctt,' jet I do not
think prohibition will remove thq
thirst for' liquor. It would undoubtedly-
require tho entire attention 01
the local Federal rc'venuox ofn'ccn
from tho salo of Illicit liquor, These
Islands aro tcdmingwltK fruits and
grains from which alcohol toiitd 'H
produced. On the whole I firmly .le"
Heve it will be better 'to continue
our present" s) stem of control under
a liquor commsslont The lJO"f grog-1
gcrlcs are undoubtedly doVng great
mischief among tlio l native nnd
should be suppressed ns soon ns posr
"Another ronsider'atlon Is,, tho ef
fect prohibition wdufd havo on our
already conipllcnted labor question1.
The Japanese require their sake, and
the Portuguese and ot,ber Latin peo
ples must have their light Vinci
From this point of view prohibition
would bo disastrous. Again, thq
tourist trade, which Is now such' a
valuablo nssetJLt these Islalfdai would
bo stifled if prohibition came Info
effect. I believe tho 'most importnnt
Issue Is that of the right to havo
CAPTAIN J. E. LOCKE, former
master of the Drltlch bark Loudon
Hill, who arrived at Tacoma on Janu
ary 10 from Dublin, whore he loft the
ship, says ho lost twelvo of his crew
between Cape'Horn and MonteUded,
Instead of three as reported by cablo.
Of nlnotecn men only six wero left to
haddto tho disabled lumber carrier
Captain Locko says that If tho deck
load had been washed away the ves
sel and entire croW would- have been
lost. Mato McLean, who wns left In
Montovldoo a raving maniac from In
juries sustained whllo off tho Horn
has recovered and Is now at homo in
England. Captain Locko stistatncl
Internal injuries' and had not fully re
cdverod. Tho Loudon Hill 'arrived at
Dublin on December 3, soventj'-two
das from Montevideo, Captain Locko
now retires from thok eea and will
mako bis homo on Puget Sound, .
THE SCHOONER .Allco McDonald,
which went on tho rockn near San
Diego three weoks ago, warf floated
on January 8 after Btronuous efforts
had bodn exerted for some dajs. Tho
revenue cullers, perry and Bear stood
by the stranded vessel for soveral
dayrf and rendered asBlBtanco in get
ting her floated, Tho .echooncr has
hderi towed Into San DIeso. where tho
will bo Biinoycd to ascertain tho ox
tent of her damages.
. .... ... r.7 . .
Aim me sweetness of Borne wdmen
reminds lis nt s,ngar-c6ntcd pills.
It's a poor love letter that can't
create a sensation when read in
Wednesday, rearuary 2.
Australian port6 U Suva -MaKura,
C.-A. S. 8 , 9 p. m, .
Thursday, February 3.
Hawaii and Maui ports Claudlne,
Btmr., a. m.
Hawaii ports Nllhau, stmr., n.-m.
Kattal port." Kauhou, strhr., a. m.
Wcdnesdai, Febuuiy :'.
8nn Francisco Alan e 1 1, O A ,
11 p m. , i
VE3SELS TO ARRIVE"
F'rlday, February 4. '
Hongkong nnd Japan ports-nAsla.
P." M. S. S.
Manila, -.la Nagasaki Logan, U. 3.
Seattle Coluroblnn, A -II. S. '8,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Saturday, February 6.
Hllo via wny , ports JIauna Koa.
Victoria and Pugot Sound Moana. C.
A. 8. S,
Sunday February S.
Kauai ports Klnau. rtmr.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlk'ahala,
stmr ,, . ,,
Tdesday' Februar p's ,
San Francltco China, P. M. 8S.
Wednesday, February 9.
8an Frnnclaco Lurllno, M. N. 8. 8
Ka'ual portifw. O, llall stmr.
Thursday, February 10.
Hawaii and Maul pcrts ClanJIno.
Saturday, Fcbruiry 12.
Hllo nnd way ports Mauna Koa,
, Sunday TebrJir 13.
Mnul nnl Molokal por's JJIkahala
Kauai ports Klnm stni".
, Saturday, February 14
San FranclLco Manchuria, P. jr.
Wednesday, February 16
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
' Friday, FebVuary" 18.
San Francisco Alameda, O. 3. 8.
Hongkong and Japan ports -Mon- ,
golla', P. M. 8. S. . j.
IiSundaV; February 27. K,
SantFranclrco nnd Seattle illlon
j . VESftBfcS TO DEPART ,
Thursday, February 3. JJ
(, Kauai port's V. G. Hali. stmiV
), Friday, February 4. .
Victoria and Puget Sound ports
Mnkura, C. A. 8, S.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne.
stmr 5 p. jin.1
, Satf Frahclscc- Asia, P. M. S. S.
8nn Fraoclsco Galveston anj Den
ver, U. ST cruisers'.
u Saturday, February 5.
Austrnllan portB yia Suva Moana.
C. A. S.'S
. Tuetdiy, Feb'ruary 8.
Hllo aftd way ports Mauna Kea,
i Kauai orts Kiriifu, stmr, 5 pm.
I Maul and Molokal" ports :iVihala
Japan jorts nnd HoriV'.iig China.
P. ,M. S. 8.
4 Monday.l'February 14.
Jnpah ports and Hongkong Man
chnrin. P.fM'.(8. a.
i Wednesday, crbruaVy u.
San Francisco I.urllfie', M.'N. 8. 8.
Fflday, February1 18.
BahTrancUcd Mongblla. P, M. 8. 8.
j . Friday", FebruVry 25.'
t Sah FrancUcd jyiiholnilna, ivf. N.
.. a. ir j 7 (I ,i
rPorTtmrTMakiira, from C61onles.
O'-'Scdrlerj. HWnn. Mrs. Dann,
Miss L C. Wilson, V. A. Schwcrasch,
Major W. Prcscdtt. II. Loy. W.'lta
phaol r. B Cliff. C. F. Morton. B. M.
Burko, O. C. Nagol, L. Wing A A
Muhelm! W. Rosenthal, A. T.tPoter'son!
C. Hoben, G. Stephenseu.
Per stmr. Chudlno. from Hawaji and
Mnul ports F. M. Brandt, C. E.' Tup
per, Mrs. Tuppor. C. C. Ahana, D. L.
Austin, Mies V. Fernanda, Mrs. Arm
Itnge, Mrs. J. Nakaheo, E, II. Boycr,
W. Williamson II. Gorman, A. Gartlcy.
C. D. Lufkln, Mrs. Lufkln, Robt. Park'
PA83ENQER8 BOOKED " I
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo and
way ports, Teh. 8 Mr. and Mrs. E.
Carp; A. Humborp, mL- Humborg.
Jamos Hnrve)" Mrs, HaiTey.MlsB II an
son, Mrs. J. alllro. J. B.'Adams Mrs.
Adams Mrs. Williams, Carl 8, Smith,
T, . Meade. J. T, Keldptf. Mrs. W. H.
nice, Miss E. Rlcp, Miss Parsons, M.
Richardson Oorald Mller, Mrs. J. E.
Miller, A. II. Manning Mrs Manning,
Miss Cameron Miss 8. Peck. Mrp. F.
Baxter. Mrs'. Mnnson, Miss Gibson,
Mrs. Gibson, E. M. Burton, Mrs. Bar
ton, II. Gotz, Mrs. Oetz. W. Black. Mrs.
Blttck, Miss Karchor Miss Busoy, Mr.
and Mrs. Ordway, Mlts Ordway.
Per etmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona
and Kau ports, Feb. 8. Mrs. II. D.
Wallbridgo, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. Man- t
son, Miss Glb'nn, Mr. ail Ii'ia. E M.
Parton, Mr, nnd Mrs. Getz Mr, nd
Mrs, P.' Shiner,, 'Mr, and Mrs. W.
Blick. Miss Karchor, MIbs Busey, l
W. Carp, W. Richardson.
per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai portB,
Feb. 8 RoV. J. W. Wnamanseo. Rov.
Mlh. MrB H. D, Wlshnrd, Dr. a. H.
Huddy, W. C. Parko.
i Per stmr, Clnudlno. for Hawaii and
'Maul ports, Feb. 4. J. P. Cooke,
' Per stmr. W. Ot Hall,, for Kauai
ports, Fob". 3. Mrs. A. Tavarea.
AllCV I Mil