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VWnMQ BIILMtTIN, HONOLTJL.O. T. H THURSDAY, FED. 24, JOIO
f MOINIJAV ,
' Leahl Chapter No.'2, O. E. S ,
Hawaiian Third Dgree.
i All visiting members ot tti
J Order aro cordially lnltd to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Aw
BEIEFICIAL AVIATION, ciation. cor
HAHMONY LODQE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meots every Monday evening a.
7::i0 In I. O. 0. F. Hall. Fort Street.
, E It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. MO COY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very voidlally
OAHH iqjQE, No.
1, K. of P.
., K'.ita every first and third Frl
dry eveulng at 7:30 In K, of P. Hall,
earner Tort and Berctanla. Visiting
41 others cordlall; invited to attend.
a WH. JONE3, a C.
0. F. HEINE, K. R. 3.
HONOLULU I0DQE 616, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
.inks, meets In their hall, on King
Blreet, near Furt, every Friday even.
jlng. j Visiting; Brothers are cordially
fnvltari in nttnnit.
jfc R A nrilTTIITTT B M
IX. C. GASTON. Sec'y'.
- EAWAIIAN TEIBK, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
f- Meets DYrv first nnd ttilrrl Thnrt.
srys of each month at Knights .ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
H. V. TODD, C. of B.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, P. 0. 1.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
, Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. n. RILEY, XV. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY IQDQE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:10 o'clock In K. ot P.
.' Halt in rVif mnA n.ianl 1fltt
,--" vu.. v.. a..u iju.ul.u.. ... ti
ding oromeri cordially mvitod to at-
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
t E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
XVhitney & Marsh nnnounco n clear-
enco salo ot silk mulls to bgm on
Tuesday next, March 1.
Call at Hawaiian News Co. and hear
f Jho latcBt records otrthu Kdlson plio-
, JiWftlUI'U 1IIU UUII tllUIU tVl.B
ryani n m.irel
M ... .... . .
baiKlio ami driving norsoi tor sail.
n.llil.n flliva tf nil tllnda ivlll, n.
i'..j ,,i,u. tt.a v,. m.i .....Mn .... u.
B'ullhoiit ilrlvnrH. Tel. 109 nr cull nt
Club stables. 1128 Fort street.
j'JIf you havo not ninde a test of tho
V,roh8lbllltles of tho wireless dq bo now,
lou can communicate with your
friends on tho other Islands or at sea
You will miss many opportunities
to acnulro wealth If vou havo no ciali
ton hand. Open a savings nccount with
tbo uanK of Hawaii, i.ui., nna uo pre
pared for tho "snap."
It Is well lcimvynjipions tho automo
bile owners that tho W. XV. XVilght
Co , Ltd , King and 8outli streets, ox-
cel)u all ropalrs and renowals ncces-
Bary, on atuoninuucs, lueir moiiu is
Cvorythlng but tho engine"
Coal and won of tho very host
Quality and tho lou est prices can be
.jadW tho Honolulu Construction &
iDraylng Co, Ltd., whnso ofllco li on
'f6rt; street, opposlto tho nfTIco of
.rwer & Co Tolophoue 281.
Don't forget that a Kindness
eeonilngly unobserved todiy may
IBullstin Basinets Office Phone 258.
Bulletin editorial Boom, Phono 189,
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WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Thurtday, February 24.
S ll.isworth, San Francisco.
John A Hogg Liliue: Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday, February 23.
Weber, Liuue; .Mrs. a. Hamspergori :
New York Clti ; Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
rattcrson, Sacramento; Miss Ada
Tuesday, February 22.
C. C. Wright, Hilo; Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
A Uoble, Hnu Francisco; J. V. Doblo,
Tuesday, February 22.
Miss A. 0. Kinney, Kahuku;
mid Mrs. Thimaj Herd; Miss Anulo
Olson, Chlcra, 111 ; Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Barton, Schoflcld Barracks; Mrs
Borger, Bclioflold Barracks; Mrs. Mc
Neeloj", Schofleld Barracks; Mrs. Lew
is, Schnfleld Bat ricks.
HELD AT POLICE' STATION
(Continued from Pago 1.)
what wan alleged to be the Russian
langnagp but as It sounded like
"Nosk-' plilklaoky byandbvsky pullnr
niskV." thcro was no gleam of Intel.!
gf.ico en tho' Russian's face.
At noon time today tho whole1 fam
ily was taken below at tho pollco sta
tion nnd treated to a meal nt the ex
pense of tho County. At ono thirty
o'c'oc'k President Mott-Smlth, of tho
IJoard of Health, arrived at tho pollco
station and ho nt onco began to' work
on the case, "The man has been caus
ing great trouble over on Quarantine
island nmung tho other Russian Im
migrants, and Dr. James nsked that
the man be taken to some other place.
The -man Is not out of quarantine
though ho has, left the Federal quar
antine; ho probably will have to bo
confined In tho county quarantine un
til tho officials aro satlstled that alt
danger of any disease being spread by
tho man or his family Is obviated. I,
as president ot tho Hoard ot Health,
will not run tho risk of having dlpth-
crla spread nil over the group by the
last batch ot Russians, and that Is why
they were all sent to quarantine."
This morning Sheriff Jnrrctt and
Marshal Hendry went to tho quaran
tine station, but on arrival found that
the Russian and his rnmlly had been
sent to tho foot of Fort Btrect where
tho pollco wagon met them.
Washington Exactly $42,430,176
will be spent on vessels of the navy
under construction during the fis
cal years 1910 to 1913, according
to estimates submitted to congress
by the navy department. OC this
amount $30,732,563 will bo tor hulls
nnd $11,697,913 for machinery. The
expenditure. during the curront fiscal
year is estimated at $24,G20,7G5, for
1911 It Is $1J.375,220, and for 1912
nnd 1913 it will aggregate $1,634,-
Jordan & Co, ato going to bigln an
extraordinary salo on Tuesday, March
1st. Tho goods ti ho offered aro from
forty-two cases ot merchandise bought
by Mr. Curtis in eastern markets
while ho was on tho mainland. Nono
of theso goods will be offered for
purchaso prior to thU dato as the
goods only reached hero by tho last
Alameda and tho Wllbolmlna In or
der to nrrango for this salo tho atoro
will lo closed on noxt Saturday and
Itetwcen Young Hotel and llonluc
Theater, a gentleman'B stickpin
with imnll diamond in center. Re
ward for roturn to this, office.
!j?rwewre.'i ' i.iwwr
Ladies' andT Childreit's
On Sale This Week at Great
I 'I.'"'' ' hi
See Window Display
Fort Street,' opp. Catholic Church
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One oent a word will catty tour
menace' torthe Mople of Hawaii in.
I the ciaiiifled'rolnmna el the Bui
let in. A thirty cent invettment
will place your want 'or Irian' befoT
almoit' thirty thontani peopM.
I Telephone S03 to have Laattdry
called for and delivered qulok
There hate boon 07 automobiles
registered at the pollco court Up till
For a hack ring un nhone 4$' and
ask for Frank Baktt-. .Stand Unloa
iut -im jw.. .hmn
near Hotel Bt. Haek No. 7,
if you want a gooa job aun on an
auto or carriage Uk It to Hawaiian
Carriage' Mfg. Co . 427 CJuooo fit.
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This nlao to
sometimes known as the Two'Jaixs
Phone t and ask for slsn'asl Richard
when you want an automobile, Bsrsn
seated Chalmers Detroit, late model.
Orssn stamps are given itr) wkM
you pay eash at the stoipe. Oall at
the show rooms and see what 'you sjet
for Green Stamps. Reretanla t. rort.
Geo. Kaca announces In tho classi
fied for sale column, thai he solicits
orders for dry and green awa root In
Mow Is the time to Ml sjoed Irea
Into the blood. Order a eaa t ear
Barsaparllla and Iroa. Dot'. loraet
our distilled water. Conaoll4std fl4a
Water Works Co. Phone 71.
Tho libel suit against tho Chlncso
newspaper, which has been hanging on
tor a long time, was taken tinder ad
vlsemcnt this morning by Judgo An
drade. The cases against Sam Makapo, Mo
ses Aalona, Naono nnd Logan, who
were all rharged with malicious In
jury havo been nolle pressed, as tho
matters which refers bo some rice
transaction over at Hauula, will bo
heard In tho higher court.
Three moro prizes have been donat
ed for the Halelwa Marathon race, and
they are from the following firms:
Pacific Import Co, $5 worth Of mer
chandise; M. Mclnerny ft'Co, a con
tracting umbrella; Oat & Mossman,
fountain pen, and Lloyd Conkllng an
order for $6 worth of merchandise.
Wrestling seems to bo coming Into
favor again and Sallov Roberts and
William Dettmcrs will probably bo
matched for n catch as-catch-can
match very soon now. It has been
suggested that the mn wrostlo as a
lirellmtnary attraction to the Wahl-iant-La
Rue boxing contest, which Is
ret for March 5.
The stockholders of tho Walanao
Company elected tho following officers
to serve for tho ensuing year: Q. N.
Wilcox, prosldcnt; A. 8. Wilcox, vlco
president; J. M. Dowsett, secretary"'
and treasurer; Honry Holmes, auditor.
The directorate ot this company Is as
follows: O. N. Wilcox, A. 8. Wilcox.
Gcorgo W, Smith, Henry' HOlmea and
J. M. Dowsett.
A bunch of sailors who wcro paid
oft esterday got into a row In a water
front saloon this morning, and the out
come ot the affair wks that two of 'the
party found themselves under arrest:
The rest of the sailors kejrt, worrylr (
tho pollco ofilcerB to allow their mates'
to go, and the probabilities are that
Bomo more ot the soHb will bo run-in
before long. ,
Tho handbali tournamont between
the Students and Seniors at the Y. M.
C. A. Is not yot finished, Two moro
matches aro to be played, and they
may come off In a day or so. The
men who were to compete caught
colds and had to call the games off
for a while The Seniors are a long
way In the lead and the Studonts do
not appear to havo much chance of
winning out In. the tournamont.
At tho annual .meeting of the stock
holders of Makaha Coffco Company,
Ltd, this morning, tho following offi
cers wcro elected to ser,ve for thn en
suing ear: O. N. Wilcox, president; A.
S. Wilcox, vico-prosldent; J. Ml Dow
sett, secretary and treasurer; Henry
Holmes, auditor. The only change
made In regard to these officera. Is
the fact that J. M. Dowsett will act
as secretary and treasurer In place
of A. S. Wilcox, who'aa been elected
Wawi yei wst t
Ji. . tore.
For the purpose of electing a buc-
cessor tq A. Q. M. Robertson as Re
publican national committeeman, a
meeting will be held this evening nt
7:30 o'clock by the executive com
mlttee of tye. Republican Central
Committee, at Its headquarters In the
JucM tiilltrilnr. t
Three nme. are oineclnd to como b
prominently before the committee expenditure for tho maintenance of
this evening, nnd It seems to be the the navy. Of the construction ex
general Im'presslon that H. L. Hoi- Pnses ta the amount of lS.pdO.Ofto
stein will be the choice to succeed ". 16,500,000 tnels will bo np
Robertspn. Other names that will l'cd for the construction of vvnr'
come before the.mcetlng tonight aro h'P and tho remaining sum for
thos of Jack nowsBtt and Kuhlo. tho construction of various arsenals.
and they will both hnvo suppofters
for the place as National Republican
Tho Parker Ranch has had n year
of prosperity according to tho tenth
BHtlllnl niiAniinta tin ImVA linen fllntl
in the Circuit Court by Alfred W.
. ..1 . -im v n..-
ter. guardian ot Annlo T. K. Parker,
The guardian's account, on which a
master's report will be returned next
week, shows that the receipts of the
Parker Ranch from nil sources during
tho twelve months of 1909 reached tho
total of $271,855. Tho six hundred
and thirty-two vouchers that accom
pany tho accounts covering tho ex
penditures during tho twelve months'
period show the disbursements of 1903
to be $282196, which Include liberal
allotments to Alfred Carter, as guar-
dlan; Sam Parker, and tho running
expenses of tho Parker Ranch, tho
payroll of .which fluctuates between
$3000 and $4000 monthly.
TUB STEAMER Claudlne, from
Hawaii and Maul ports, was an ar
rival at the port this morning, bring
ing fifty passengers and a general
cargo Including 20 cords wood, 43
sacks paddy, 7 saebs corn, 10 bat-
rels wine, 1 auto, 42, bales hides, 40
head hogs and 15S packages sun
dries, The Claudlne met with lino
weather on both tho outward and In
ward trips. (
PURSER KlEDLtNa of the steam
er Claudlne, from Maul and Hawaii
ports, reports the following shipping
at Hilo on last Monday: American
Bchooner 'Aloha and the Matson
steamer Enterprise The schooner
James Rolph fas discharging cargo
at liana qf the time of the depar
ture of the Claudlno.
THE UNITE DSTATE8 army trans
port Thomas has sailed from Naga
saki, Japan, for Honolulu and San
Francisco according; to a cablo that
has been received by Captain Castner,
tho head ot the local quartermaster
department. Tho Thomas left Manila
on February 14 and'aftcr remaining at
Mjarlvcles quarantine nation for a
day, proceeded to tho Japaneso coal
port for fuel. The Thomas Is expected
hero On or about March 7.
CAPTAIN CASTNER, In charge of
the local quartermaster 'department,
expects tlio arrival ot the- United
States army transport Crook from San
Francisco on Sunday. The vessel Is
bringing a quantity bt'suppltes for the
THE A -H. freighter Mexican Is tho
latest departuro from tho' port ot 8a
llnrf Cruz with NcW York cargo des
'lined for Honolulu Uy the way of San
Francisco and Seattle. The Mexican
Vailed from the Isthmus yesterday.
'' THE A.-1L freighter Arlxorjan, from
Sallna Cruz with mainland cargo, via
New York, Is reported td have arrived
at San Franclsco-yost6rday. This ves
eel Is to proceed to Pugot Sound ports
nnd'thenco to Honolulu.
THE ARRlVAlof tho Matson Nav-
laatlon liner Lurllno Is reported at
SanFVahclico, This vessel Balled
'trt' fklul nn.1 nn 'Flir1iftrv 1K Thfl
Lurllno mot with fair weather on the
oyuga up tho coast.
FROM HILO comes tho report that
Uio, Matson Navigation linor Enter
prise arrived at, that port on last Sun
day. The vessel brought a full gen
eral cargo ot supptlesfrom Son Fran
cisco. SMOOTH1 SEAS and Jlht winds
haye been met vjtji h tho, Too KIs-
enKalsha liner Chlor Maru, 'Which is
cow 481 mites oft,'tho port, steaming
AT"NO0N' yostorday, tho Pacific
Mall Intermediate steamer Asia sailed
from San Francisco for tho Orient, vli
Honolulu, Tho Asia Is due to arrive
here on or about, March 1.
Mill to km yoar
ARMY AND NAVY
Por Chines Navy. .
lha Chinese Government has de
elded to appropriate 18,000,000 tacts
for the-resuscitation of the navy, unit
na .oppropnaicu mo buiu 10 mo
' uuumun, i,)f)v,iiv uiuib win
annually defrayed as ordinary
An army correspondent suggests
that,as a penalty for offenses grow
ing out of tho Indiscreet, use ot li
quor, the culprit should bo requir
ed to deposit with the paymaster a
certain portion ot his pa, to be re
turned to him upon bis dlschnrge.
This will deprho him of tho means
or procuring liquor and provent the
feeling of discontent or Injustice
which leads to descrtloni He knows
ono company commander who has
tried this method with tho best re-
Car-jBU8' nndn ? n e fewest num;
ber of men In the gunrdhouso of anj
gunrdhouso of any
company commander at his post. Our
correspondent adds: "Although this
captain has the name of being a hard
man to soldiers under him, 1 never
met a man of his command who com
lialned ot being wronged or Im
posed Upon by the captain or his
non-commissioned officers." Whllo
drunkenness Is nn offense that must
be strictly dealt -with, It la not In
Itself a crime, and should bo treated
In the spirit ot charity tor a weak
ness which not Infrequently shows
Itself In men who are otherwise
Captain Frank A. Qrnnt, U. 8. A ,
has been placed In charge of the
army wator transportation at San
Francisco, with headquarters on tho'
army transport wharf, where; he es
tablished himself In ihe office hith
erto occupied 'by Captain Dunn, the
dock superlutcndent. Colonel von
Schroder, who was superintendent ot
tho, transport service and was pro
moted recently to be chlof quarter
master of this division, will still
bnve supervisory Jurisdiction over
the water transportation, but dap'
tain Grant' will b'e tho executive of
Captain Grant's jurisdiction will
eitend over the transports and will
Include the fleet ot nrmy boats op
erating on tho bay between tho vari
ous army posts. Tho new nrrangc-
ment practically separates tho trans
port servlco from the rest ot the
quartermaster's department, nnd
later It may be oporatcd ns a dis
tinct branch of the service.
Captain Grant said yesterday that
for the time being he would maxo
no changes In the dock force. What
he will do In tho future will de
pend upon circumstances. Captain
Grant has had .considerable export
euco In tho kind ot work io which ho
has bepn assigned.
Ha first acquired fame when he
was placed in chnrge of water trans
portation at Manila, where his tirst
act was a liberal blue penciling of
tho pay roll. Thirty heads he sever
ed at ono1 clip, but as they were all.
superfluous tho work of tho office did
As be became familiar with con
ditions he did more pruning anc
when he left Manila In 1903 the
work was running smoothly with
about ono-flfth ot the hired help
that was considered necessary when
he took hold.
He was In charge ot the transport
service at Seattle for two jenra, was
depot quartermaster at Newport
News, and from May 17 last year
until June 10 was assistant to the
chief qinrtormaster In tho depart'
nient ot the east In charge ot trans
ports and maneuver work. His re
putation as an executioner ot super
fluous employes preceded htm and
his arrival at the transport whail
caused same trepidation In spite of
the fact that the force Is now small
er than ever before.
Captain Qrnnt wont to Manila In
1893 as commander of the Utah
light batteries. XVhlle In tho Phi
Upplnes he fitted out and commtnd
ed a small fleet ot gunbonts. ThU
work led to tils recognition ns an
expert on water, transportation. Af
ter his roturn from tho Philippines
he resumed his business 'career In
Utah, but a jear Intor was given S
commit Ion In tho quartermaster u
department of tho army.
FRIDAY NOON should see 'tho ar
rival of iho Toyo Klhcn Knlsha linor
Teno Maru, from Sun Francisco, ac
cording to tho latest avntlublo wlro
less Information. Tho vessel Is meet
ing with flno weather on the wn"y down
from tho coast.
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T ARIIIVEt) . N DEPABTEb .
Wednesday, Fcbiuiry 22-
Parsing In transit to Australia
fc'tJlilc) Doilar, Am. stmr., 4 p. m.
Thursday, February 2t.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlue,
stmr., a. m.
I Vessels to arrive .
'Thureday, February 24.
MoJI, Japan flushu Mara,
Friday, February 25.
Hongkong and Japan ports Tcnyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 6.
Saturday, February 26.
Hilo and way ports Mnima K01
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record February 23, 1910,
from 10:30 .a. m. to 4:10 p. m
Mnkol6lta My lo'lCatfahdrn '(k)...L
PloneerlRWg S. Loan ABSn'6t Haw
to James Morso , Rcl
T. iljamura to Von Hainm-Young
Co., Ltd , O M
Illlo'Suear Co. to Antono Pavno..Hcl
8. M. Damou and wt to llclcmano
Land Co. Ltd D
First? Am. Savs. & Tr. Co. of Haw.
Ltd to'lUno V. Rodrlgues ct nl..Rel
Richard II. Trent' Tr to Archlbild,
8. Clechorn i..O
Knlwihaona (w) ct al to Klwohl-
okalanl ....,.. u
Henry 'Waterhoufce Tr Co. Lt'd, to
AnVono II. F. Ronton ,Rel
Dank of Ifawoll lid lo XV. M. Clin
ton , , ,...,.HeI
EnleFed' for Record Februiry 24, 1910,
from 8:33 1. rn. to 10:30 a. m.
XX'lllfnm U. Castlo Tr to Victoria
Rn'pozo ,. Corrctn U
J. H. Maunakea to Frank K. Archer. M
JAPANESE MAY. BE
Late last night two drunken Japa
nese broke a window In a Chinese
houso on Pauahl street, and when
the Celestials rushed out In pursuit
of them, tho Japanese dashed down
toward the vvaiorironi. a
Tho chase led down to the wharf
nr vvhero the Hongkong Maru U
berthed, and as soon as the wharf
was renched, ono ot ihe Jnplncse,
who Is alleged to bo a rcsldont ot
Honolulu, dived off Into the Water.
Apana, tho Chinese detective, how
over, grabbed the o(lcr man and took
hlpi to the police station.
This morning Interpreter Dcrguu
accompanied the .Jnpuneso to tho
Hongkong Mnru, nnd ho w.i'b there
Identified as a membir of tho crow
of that vessel.
Tho sailor sticks to his story thnt
his comrade dived overboard' and
never camo up again. Whether thU
is tiuo or not will not b'e known for
a couple of das,' when, it the man Is
really drowned, his body will riso to
ihe surfaco of tho harbor.
At tho annual mooting of the share
holders of tho Honolulu Iron XVorks'
Comrany, thlB morning at 10 o'clock
in the oillccs ot Messrs. Thco. II. Da
vies & Co. Ltd., tho following officers
wcro elected for tho ensuing jenr: V.
M. Snanzy, president; O. II, Roboft
son, 1st vice president; E. D. Tcnncy
2nd vlcc-presldont; T. C. Davles, trea
surer; D. II. Wodohouso, secretary;
H.'XX'; M. Mist, nudltor.
L. L. McCandlcsB has purchased iho
city leal estato holdings of Mrs. F. C.
Bickerton. Tho property extends from
Hotel through to. King street oh 'the
Ewa sido of Nuimnu nnd adjoins pro
perty of Mr. McCandlcsB In that vie
A gentleman's' stick pin was lost
last night somen hero between tho
Young Hotel nnd tho Bouino Theater.
A reward will bu paid for return to
1.85 ""editorial rooms 35C but'
nesa office. Thtst.are tht'tsltphinc
umbftrn of th- HiiMntln ottr
ELECTION OF 0FFICEES.
Inter-Itland Steam. Navigation. Com
At 'the annual mooting of tho
stockholders, of tho Intor-Islflnd
Steam Navigation Company-, Limit
ed, hold t tho offlce of the company
on Tebruary 24, 1910, Hio following
directors wero elected to serve for
tho ensuing jearf Geo. N. XMIcox,
A. B. XVlIcox, J. M. Dowsett, XV. O.
Smith, Cec(l prawn, C, II. Cooke,
Jas., A. Kcnno'dy.
At u subsequent meeting of tho
Hoard ot Directors, hold Uio bumo
day, the following officers wero
elected to serve for the1 msulng
5 ear: ,
Jamqs, A, Kennedy President
J. L. McLean. VIco-Presldqnt
Norman V. Gedgo
Treasure! and Secrctnty
(Signed) KOREAN E. aEDGE,
TVTrr rhnr A v
Wednesday, February 23.
Knual' iKirtB Kcauhdil, stmr., G p. m.
Thursday, February 24.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
S. S.i 10 0, in. .
"Hawaii ports Maul, utmr.,,hoon.
J VE63ELS TO DEPART '
Thursday, February 94.
nongkong via Japan poftsHoiig
kong Maru, Jap. otmr.
Knual ports W. O. Hall, utrnr, 5
Kauai ports Joeau, stmr, 6' p. m.
Friday February 25.
Sin Frftnoifco Tonyo Morn, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claadlnn
stinry Sp in. . ,
Per stmr. Clnudlno, from Havvnll
olid Sfniil ports. O., K. Tupper, O.
S. rrazlor. Mrs., J. Chaimcrs. D. 'W.
Napehaai 11, A. RobblAs, Jlrs. toso
cranfl. Mrs. Ileee. J. tt. AtAcK'cnzlP.
ih C6opor,:M. Gnfirlcl, D. ConWay,
Mrs. "KVans, Miss cvans.
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4" j. '.,..' i.-1 .""). T
per m. n. a. a, wiineinuna, ror Ban
Francisco, Fb. 24, Mrs, Ankerncy,
Albert Arrol, F, C. Athorton, Mrs Ath
'erton, Marjory Atbprton, C. L. lioalo,
ben Dcndoza, Miss M. Blackburn, lts
N..IL Blackburn, XV. F. Bridge, Mm.
Ihldge and daughter. B. XV, .Brown,
Mrs. Brown, Miss II. XV. Bowman,
Emreno Carol). Mrs. Caroll. A. Chis-
lioiniv I. J. Cressman, Mrs. Cressnian,
Miss, .Mftria uummings, u. n, uennis
lon. Mrs. F. Dorego, B. D. Dcsear, A.
C.'nisen.Jirs. Elsen. Blwln li tlston,
Mrs. Ulston, Mrs. John Olllle. Miss
Cllllo, Miss A. Hlck3, V. Vere Ho'dgo
XV. H. Huglrey, Mrs. Hughcy, Ed. Ing
ham, Mrs. Ingham, Kaeha Ingham,
Helen Ingham, Minnie Ingham, Ches
ter liwln, Miss Juanlta Kay, Mrs.
David Kay, Mrs. I. H. Lewis. J. Llttlo,
Mrs. Llttlo and child, Enrich Lux, M.
T. Mclntjrc, Chaa. McNab, Mrs. Mc
Nab, Ualipllo McNab, James Mctcalf,
Mrs. Metcalf, H, Middaugh, Mi's. Mid
dnugh, Maitcr Middaugh, Miss Moller,
M. A. Moore, C. L. Peters, Mrs. Paters,
MIsb c! Randolph, E. J. Rechan, Miss
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'' Bonn. Mp. Ruth
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HliCOlV UM11 IU WUht.ll . NVIUIV, u.(.
uel C. 8carlo, Irwin Scott, Ar D. Sim
mons, Mrs. Slnlmons, Dayli) A. Smith,
Mrs., J. ,U 8mllh, MrB. M. E. dmlth,
XV ,L. Smith, F. E. Spangenberg, M.
F. S,traus, N- A. Taulk,. Mrs. Toulk, II.
M. von HulV.)ira von 'Holt. Hilda F.
von Holt, Katnerlno'K. v6n Holt, Don
ald von Holt, Miss India XVayson, XV.
II. XVhltc, Mrs. XVhlto.
Per Btmr. W. G. Hall, for Ksual
ports, ,Feb. '24. Rot. XV. ,A. Short, A.
t PA8JSENQERS BOOktD
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, for Ullo.and
way ports, March 1. Geo. 8pcncor
Pcavy, A. XV. Carter and party, Mls
X'. E. Tlnkham, 1M Carter, O. N. Mc
Murray, Mrs. McMurray, MrB. F. XV.
Thrum, Mrs. A. Horner, R. XV. Atkln
con, Mrs. AtklnBOn. Mrs. N. E. Jor
dan, MrB. Murphy, Mrs. Donnld Stew
ard, Mrs. II. P.-XVood, Mrs. C. A.
Broodwator, MIsb S. Fitch. Mrs. S. M.
Spencor, Joanetto Spencer, J. II. Mc
Council, MrB. McConnoll, L, P. Bon
vlllon, Thos. Bellamy, J. A. Crowloy,
A. R. XVatland, Mr. and Mrs. XX', II.
Hcen, Mrs Sherman, Mrs. J. H. MaM
Icy, XV. J. Cooper, Mrs. Coopor, lit A.
Konn, Mr. and Mrs. E. It. XVIUurd, Mr. .
nnd Mrs. Kruse, J. F. RoseuflcU, Mr.
Mojors. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Pratt, Mr.
and Mrs. Tompkins, Mrs, XV. McCask
oil, Mrs. Boggs, Mrs. M. P. Clarko,
MIeb L. Bouldln, G. XV. Poavy, Mr. and
MrB. 2. K. Myers, Mr. nnd Mrs, C.
Ordwny, Miss Ordway, Mrs. R, V,
Hayes, Miss Hnyos, P. Pond, C. K. Vic
tor, O.i It. Ahrcns, Mrs. Foster, Miss
Gass, A. D. Patterson, Mrs. Patterson,
Miss Ida Hcrndon. ,
Per Btmr. XV. G. Hall, for, Kami
ports. Fob. 21. H, Iscnberg, J. M.
Lldgato, A. 8. XVlIcox, Mrs. XVIlcox,
Mr. and Mrs. F. XVobe, E XVoodward,
P, Mallna, Jlrs. Mallna, Miss Parsons,
C. A. Rtco, Mrs. Rico, IL P. Tayo, O.
N. Wilcox, XV. rishcr, Roy, XV. S.
Bhoit, A. McBryde.
Per otmr. Claudlno, for Hawaii anil
Maui jiorts F. Baldwin and fimly,
C. N Pond, Itcv, E. O. Sllva, Mr.
Omstod, 0. XV- Carr, A. Vlnon. E. F.
Mosoley, L. S. Cor.nesB, J. Garcia, Mis.
Garcia, J. Baptlsto, D. Carey.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Konn nnd
Knu ports, March 1 Mrs. A. G.
Hawcs, Jr., F. R, Grconwoll, Mrs.
Grccnwell, Miss M. B. XVUson, Moj,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kanal ports,
March 1, Mlsi Rhodes, Mrs. l Oay,
Mies Edith Motor, II. P. Baldwin, IL
A. Baldwin, J." P. Cooko.
Por Btmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Malokai ports. March 1. J. Klugo,
J. Nakaloka, Mrs. Hansen, Dr. D. 11.
Currle, Mrs, Cnrrlo
04 FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, February 24, 1310.
San Frihclsco Sallod, Teb. 22, S.
S. Virginian, for Seattle i
San Francisco Arrltcd, rob. 21,
hoon, S. S. Mongolia, hoilco Fob, 18.
THE AMERICAN" Bchbonor Admiral,
. with a shipment ot lumber for Hoho-
lulu, Sailed from Gray's Harbor on
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