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BVEN1K0 MUtABTlH. HONOLULU. T. II , WeUNKSDAY. MAIL 2, lltlO
i Honolulu Lodge Third Degree.
I 111. VtHI?A
'i Rose Croix Regular.
- Perfection Special.
V Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members or the
? Order are cohllnUy Invited to
nitoiiil meetings nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Jm ........ ............. JUlUIUtiS UI
ft MAHINt cNblHtcaS' otner Am0.
BENEFICIAL ASvlATION. rfations cor
. dlalljr invited.
fir HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
J' v Meets every Monday evening at
J' 7:.'I0 lu I. O. 0. r. Ilnll. Tort Street.
rl. E. II. HENDUY. Secretary.
P -, II. 13. MCCOY, Noblo Uranil.
Iff All visiting brothers very cordially
f OAEU LODOE, No. i, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Frl-
i aiy evening ni iiv iu jv. ui i. mu.,
corner Tort and Beretanla. Visiting
bl others cordially inwieci to auenu.
WM. JONES", C. C.
O. 1'. HEINE, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 61C, B. P. 0. E.
f Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. 1". O.
Jjj'B'.ks, miets In their hall, on King
V" SI reel, near fori, etery iTinny cvuu-
lng. Visiting DrotheTB ate cordially
invited to attend,
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r. . rnt.TTin.T. t?
II. c. easton, secy,
! WimTT(W tthtit w 1 TA 11 II
III ilBOf nilflll AAliWl MV. A. A. V. A. ft
5s Meots every first and third Thurs
m trys of each month at Knlghta of
ST. Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
: miaiiy juvuna 10 mieuu.
P. HIGOIN3, Sachem, s.
H. V. TODD, C. ot It
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. EJ
Mpptn nn thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each monttfnt
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Half, cornet
lleretnnl.-i nnd Fart Streets.
Visiting EbgIcs are Invited to" at?.
W. It. RILEY. V'P.
1 WM. C. McCOY, Serf
iwWm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP,
M . . . .. c... f.i
u jneeis every -nil onu iia naiuronj
lUi-swenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of r.
LiJaall, cor. Fort andBcretanla.' Visit
ing brothers cordially Jnvltcd to at-
II. A. TAYLOR, C. 6.
15. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. S.
i .. ,
Btit mnufacfurtV(froni pure distilled wi
l'. tar. OellveretJ to any Dart of olty k)
B.t- -. -
ft OAHU (C AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawals Taleahana tS
Delivered to itiidenoci
ana omcet at 200 ei
hnndred in 10-lb. lot
W. O. BARNHAftT,
133' Merchant St.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
-1' . Go to '
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Younc Sldg.
KM RUBBER . STAMPS
Ir.We make .Rabbet Stamps Back
I Handle, heir inkers and iac-binu'e.
LWALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
GEO. A. MARTIN,"
j' FASmONABLE TADLOB.
Butinesi Snits for $25,
White River' Flour
i i. Za Zx
0: J. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
WE HAVE WITH US.
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AT THE O0NQ.
Thursday, March 3.
llMtiy CI. Uuar Sun Francisco; May
amlerlicrit, San FruiclHCu Amy An
derson, Mnnl; 1.. llnrtlniusen, 1'. II.
I'ralt, I'oston Main , C. II. Dosson-
sky, Sjii rruuclseo; Mr. nnd Mr3. 1 .1.
hllpatrlck, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs 0.
Uiickstou llruwuo, London, L'ng ; MIbs
Wnth, Manchester, rug i Mr. nnd Mrs.
Tf P. Ilurt-lt, lovAnge!cs' Cat.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, March 1.
I Illcli , a E. noljinn, Charlotto,
Wednesday, March 2.
Mr mill i.irj. (.has. 1rurj, Tncoma,
I'lannel tiousirs Jn plain colors mi.l
p-ott ftillCH f 1 0111 (0 10 to $S 11 pair
it hllvu's Toggery, l'.lks' Imlldlnj,
hints near Kort , ,
Ilori!08-iB.iJ".lo,-,(f'.Jl)liig, for sale
or hire; rlga of all kinds, uith or
without drJjrJTtyfullniy lnJ' c,u1'
Stables. ' " v.
Auk :our grocer for Whlto IjiIjcI
OlUrs t!io choicest oIIvoh In Hie mar
ket Large, lulcwfW,v1rni. Not
conrsc or fllirouAjpt, 6nlk olhcs.
Kxtrn good nIueH faVAiow dress
silks at Siik lis Dry Oool OdAthls week.
and now 1
nil In this
price 3 C
ular II an
$2.C3 a liatrr
Tho now Amberol Records 'with
their four mlnute3 of playing Increase
tho cno)iiicnt of an evening wltu tho
perfect IMUon Phonograph. Tho Ha
waiian News Co., Ltd , Alex. Young
tho best bolocllons.
ADMIRAL SCaE SAY9
ITEBcALL A LIE
Q 1 P.ill l' ti. 2fl! "Ynn pan rav
fof'ATlhilfalSmW; aTlir-put It In It-
t - ""- - .---- --
njlcs, JbiiUtlin.reiwrt-tbAt tho hull of
tho cruiser west Virginia Is nbont to
Jail t6.,nlcsrrntajla:' Is tho way Ad-
tho rcpoit that had come out of Val-
:i'Tiw wlMi sccnis to liac been fath
er to tho thought. A Jot ot Idlo men
Jacking for komctlilng to do startod
tho rumor, an I It Is nil )osh. Why tho
WajjYURlnyt.cajld B.alL'0. Hongkong
lUViatJViiuinlrllWW havo been
niado for some iisw boilers, 11 nil such
like that Jtj all. It Js.tho ordinary
requisition cent to Washington by al
most ovory tlijp aftor a cruise.
"Admiral Harbor will be'ln chargo
of tho Pacific flcot In a few days, so I
left It to him to select, tho sceno of the
target practice. But the West Virginia
wJl go along with tho other vessels
and will pot go to any ot (ho navy
arils for overhauling until tho prac
tices dono with.
"Tho report Is all a He. Tell the
men who started tho talk that AdmlraJ
Scbroo says ao."
THE3 F. AND Q. Steamship Com
pany has bought Lund's Blue Anchor
lino of Btoamora outright.
JnouiAnfJtti'9 )Ubt opened
16 ttJRv u Sicus' dlBptay
Mf W T'iK-'RJiito fialo at
ircrs 'bliou'' C&. Hegular
HWil&Vj7WmWi' C0-'8 rl'K
d $4.50 giaut'n on sale at
,... HOW W
Don't Fail to Visit the
' 1 ' ' 2
Now Going On At
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
10CAL AND GENERAL
I III I I I '
The value of the classified ad it
that it carries a real message to the
YaApr It attA(flB akmt)l!n( ttifti
the 'reader' is interested in ltarnintr
ana tor ima reaion ice return irom
classified advertisine ii iniUntau
out. To pet immediate retnra in
Hawaii use the Bulletin,
Telephona tOt to bavo Landry
callod for and dsllvotocl qalok.
Editor R. O. Mathesoo Is booked for
a trip to tho Volcano by the next Mail
na.Kca. Vor a haek ring ap phona 49( and
ask for Frank Dakar. Stand Untoa
nonr Hotel St. Hk Nd. 17.
If you want a good Job dous oa an
auto or aarrlasav taka U to BawaMsss
Carriage Mfg. Co,., 417 Qaaw .
Tlma sprat at tlis'fTaabkm flalooa la
time pleasantly spaot. Taata yUc Is
somettmoa' known as tha Two Jaaam
Phona i and aak tor UmH BHbard
wheu 70a waat sa aatomobtl. tafan
BtmUa ChalmiVUtrb, 'laaa nodtt.
Thqj announcement" Is, out Uiat Ern
est Kopko and Miss Cora Beaman of
Iowa will bo triarrled on (he sixteenth
of this month. '
Donald Kent, who was operated on
at tho Queen's Hospital Is reported
to bo doing well, and should ba out
An nlleged'vagrant named F. Husted
was glvtMi a chanco to get work, and
If by March 23 ho Is In a Job there will
be no plllkla.
A number of cares ot diphtheria are
taking up tho attention of tho Board
of Health. They hae been quaran
tined by the Hoard.
Mr, Uouvlllaln has gone to the vol
cano with his machine for the purpose
of getting films far future, views to be
shown on the mainland.
American Steam laundry leads In
anltntIon. excellence of work. Ilea
sonnblo prices. Quick delivery. Ex
pert laundry work In all branches.
Tho Catholic Ladies' Aid Society will
hold Its regular monthly mee'tlng Fri
day afternoon, March 4th, at 3 o'uiock
at tho Convent, Fort street.
NagatSukn, a Japanoso, Is In the
tolls on a charge of assault and, bat
tery anil this morning ho had his case
sent oer till March 9. ',
S. Floyd Is down on tho pollco court
calendar as a drunk and as ho want
ed to bring witnesses his coso was
Bent oer till a futuro date. m
3. A. Vlnchavcs who was found guilty
ot assaulting a Hawaiian, was given a
suspended sentence, of thirteen months
at tho police court this morning.
Word has been rccohed of tho death
ot Charlos L. Brown In' Dresden, Ger
mans. Mr. Brown was for many years
manager of the Holllster Tobacco
Company In this city.
Nliw u th Mcm to aw. sjaad as
Into the blood. Order a a of oar
BarsatMrllla aaf lrca. aTsaal aan
our distilled watar. CoBastltsM aWt
Watar.Worka fin. XtnOmm n." " (
The regular weekly meeting' of1 the
Promotion Committee will bo, held this
afternoon nt 30 o clock, at ,whch
tho ordinary routlno business will be
Tho regular monthly meeting ot the
Board of Dlrectora ot tho Free Kinder
garten and Children's Aid Association
wljl be hold In tha Y. W. C. A.roomJ
on rnnay, Marcn 1, ui J.tv u. iu..
Tlicro will bo a regular meeting! of
the Hawaiian Entomological Society
this aftornoon a,t 3:30 at tho Sugar
rianiers r.xpenmciu oiauon on rvuv
umokl street. O, H. Swczey will read
come notes on Insects.'
Among tho Daengors who have
secured transportation for Victoria by
the Canadian-Australian liner Malta!
rchcduled to sail this evening Is WI
Ham Klllroy, Mrs. and Miss dlbson.
Miss M, Kelly end, it. J. Jones.
United Stateo Immigration officials
have sent cablo mosiagos to the rep
resentatives ot tne punters associa
tion, now. gathering up laborers in
the Philippines asking for Informa
tion in regard to the two Portuguese
boys now In this city under Investiga
tion for statements made. to tha effect
that thoy were engaged with promises
ot -work on certain plantations jbut
put In such a way 'that it would seem
to come under the contract labor pro-
When yon want to be SURE to hare your
Baadlad right, phone your order to the
CUT TBANSFSR GO.
7m. b. tori
WAtaflFlw.. I ,uim
LITTLE HOP1S Is exproi,ed amnn?
shipping men faint 1 11' with 11 1
that the live men who went with Sec
oud1 Mato Ous Swnnsou ui bwL- . 1
for the shipwrecked passengor and
rrcw of the steamer Farallon will ever
be heard from again. Besides Sccoh i
Mate SwAnBOn there were in tho boat
two seamen, Charles Peterson and
Otto Nelson, and; three passengers,
Captain Wedding ' and Albert Bailey
of the launch Boa. Wolf and Charles
Born, a landsman and resident of
Afognak. The latest- news from Kjo
dlak, the destination ot the men In
the Hfqboat, was; rocetved January 23,
At thai tlmo they Hod been out sev
enteen days and- had not been seen.
..,. .i..., ..' .
THE BRITISH ship Windsor Park-,
from Noyo with a cargo ot lumber.
has arrived at Melbourne, but had 'a
narrow escape almost at tho end of
the voyage and finished In a some
what battered condition. December
8, when off, Wilsons promontory, 'a
gale was- cncouutoreil from tho west
southwest which drove tho ship back
as far as Green capo. Grvon seas
flopped 011 the dooks damaging many
ot the deck, itUngs and shifting tho
1 1 1 1.0 SHIPPING at the time ot tho
departure of the Inter-Island steamer
Claudlne Included the Matson steamer
Enterprise, the schooner Aloha which
is, now taking on a shipment of rail
way tics for tho coast and tho Ameri
can Hawaiian frolghter Alaskan com
pleting her largo cargo of sugar and
Hawaii products, destined for tho Isth
mus ot Tchuantepcc.
CHARLES, P. DOE, general man
ager of tha North Pacific Steamship
Company, has drawn up the specifi
cations for a new steamer to be plac
ed In operation between Portland and
California ports. It Is understood that
proposals for her ,"counstructlon will
bo solicited Immediately and sho will
be ready to launch by the latter part
of the coming summer.
THE ANNUAL report ot Shipping
Commissioner 8nlff of Tacoma shows
that during the last jeur the number
of sailors shipped, "e-shlppod and dis
charged. .In the PCgot" Sound district
aggregated SC,46t2- Ms does not In
clude seamen on foreign vessels who
are bandied by jtlu.-lr respective con
suls. THE MAKURA, a Canadian-Australian
liner. Is expected will arrlvo off tho
port tomorrow evening or early Satur
day mornjng. This vessel Is coming
from Vancouver and Victoria and Is
understood will bring a number of
tourists from tho Northwest. The ves
sel will be given 'a prompt dispatch
through 'the agency ot Theo. II. Davlcs
TIID CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN lin
er Makura Is expected to arrlvo at
Honolulu from Puget Sound ports to
morrow morning nccordlng to the lat
est advices received at the local agen
cy of Theo, II. Davlos and Company.
Tho vessel will probably sail tho same
evening, taking over thirty passengers
for Australian ports.
THERE IS A POSSIBILITY that tho
Japanoso freighter KJyo Maru due to
arrlvo from Hongkong' and Yokohama
on March 29th may bring some orjon
tal cargo for thlsi port. Tho vessel
Is one of. tho steamers now on the
South American and Far Eastern sor-
WEDNESDAY MORNING at 11
o'clock the new Matson Navigation
liner Wllhclmlna, arrived, at San Fran,
Cisco on her maiden trip from Hono
lulu, The steamer covored the dis
tance In a trifle over six day's.
A CONSIGNMENT 'of lumbor for
the Hawaii Lumber Company Is la
ported to have sailed from Caspar bj
the Amorlcan barkentlne Argo. Tho
vessel loft tbe North Paclno coast port
on February 16,
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Nil
hail will bo dispatched tor tho porta of
Kukalau, ' Koholalelo', Paaullo, I.aUpa
hoshoe and Papalln today. 'The ves
sel' Is taking general cargo for tho Is-
1 land ports. '
TODAY'S arrivals Inoluded the Inter
Island,' steamer Keaubou from Kauai
ports with 3500 sacks, sugar, consigned
to Castle and Cooko.' The vessol
brought no passengers top this port,
t akv ,
THE AMEIUOAN schooner James
Rolpb took on a full, (pad; of sugar at
Hona and was towod 19 sea. bjr tho
steamer Claudlno, The schooner la
bound, for San Francisco. ""1
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Hllonlan. was loading, sugar at Kahu
I til on last Wednesday according to a
report from Purser Klbllng of tho
THD CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN lin
er Malta! Is scheduled to sail for Vic
toria and Vancouver at S o'clock; this
evening, ,The vosbo! lies at the Ala
lc,ea street wharf.
TAKING GENERAL, cargo, and A
fow passongors, tho Inter-Island steam
or W. G. Hall Is scheduled' to. sail for
Kaitul ports at 5 o'clock this evening, i
DIES OF SMALLPOX
PORT TOWNSDND, Wash , Feb. 22.
Ensign Philip O. Griffiths, aged 23,
nn oiflcur of tho armored cruiser Wash
ington, died at tho Diamond Point
quarantine station this, afternoon of
smallpox.' Ensign Griffiths' home was
In Palo Alto, Cal whole his mother
now lives. Ho had been in the navy
This Is the fourth death from small
pox among the crew of the Washing
ton slnco the crulBor 'returned from
Honolulu. Tho quarantine on. the
Wo.i,i , ,i,i ,iv i,,,, ,i,
vessel will remain at tho station ah
other week beforo proceeding to tlir
navy yard for docking and repairing.
Three members ot, tho crew are still
confined at the Isolation hospital.
MILWAUIEE i ST. PAUL
IS IN HAWAIIAN TKDt
SEATTLE, Jan. 27. Tho Chicago
MJIwaukeo & Puget Sound railroad
traffic department announced to4ey
that arrangements are being made for
s Joint rail and Bteamshlp sen Ice from
eastern points' to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, through a contract with the Wa
tcrhouso lino. The Milwaukee will
begin a systematic campaign In tho
cast to pave tho way for tho handling
ot tho bulk of tho Hawnllan buslucBS
over noithern lines. '
The company has been successful In
Invading tho Siberian trade, and heavy
shipments ot machinery and oilier sup
plies aro now on their way wcat for
Milwaukee officials declare that they
already havo demonstrated that it la
possible to quote Joint rail and steam
ship rates from eastern 'points to des
tination In tho Orlont. ,
KOREA HERE ON
A wireless' from tho Pacific Mall
liner Korea received last ovenlng gave
the position of that vessel as 1632
miles off. tho port, steaming through
clear weather and moderate seas and
swell. Tho Korea is believed will
arrive oft tho port at about ten o'clock
on Monday morning bringing seven
teen hundred tons of freight from Ori
ental ports Including Hongkong and
Japan. Tho Korea will leave Honolulu
for San Francisco with a largo num
ber of passcgers. At the office of H.
Hackfcld & Company there aro one
hundred and thirty five persons book
ed for pabsagu to the coast. Tho ves
sel will probably remain about twen
ty-four hours ot the ' port according
to present calculations, Tho steamer
will berth at the Alakea street' wharf.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
TURE, WEATHER BUREAU,
Btatlon, Honolulu; month, Febru
Atmospheric Pressure (reduced to
sea lovel; Inches and hundredths)
Mean, 30.0S. Highest, 30.19; date,
1st.' Lowest, 29.88; date.lSth.
Temperature Highest, '80; date,
26th, Lowest, G8; date, 13th. Great
est dally range, 10; date, 13th.
Loast 'dally rango, '8; date, 1st.
Mean for this month In 1890, 72;
1891, 69; 1892, 73; 1893, 72; 1894,
WO; 1895, 71; 1896, 72; 1897, 74;
98. 70; 1899, 72; 1900, 71; 1901,
69; 1902, 70; 1903. 67; il?04, 70;
190C, 09;, 1900, 71; 1907, 73; 1908,
72.; 1990, 7b; 1910, 70. Normal for
this mon,th, 70.8, absolute maximum
for this month for' 21 years, 8.2;, ab
solute minimum. for this month for
20 years, E2; average dally deficien
cy of this month as compared with
the normal, 0.8; accumulated defi
ciency since January 1, 62.7; aver
age dally deficiency since 'January 1,
Precipitation Total this month,
1.23. Orcatcsy precipitation In 24
hours, 0,62; dotea, 11 and 12th. To
tal precipitation this month In
1877, 2.11; 1878, 0.32; 1879, 2.00;
1880, 4.93; 1881, 3. CO; 1882, 1.88;
1883, 6.04; 1884, 1.14; 1885, 1.00;
1886, 1.23; 1887, 5.38; 1888, 13.7;
1888, 0.84; 1890, 10.70; 1891. 5.73;
1892, 3,12; 1893, 14.00; 1894,
12.12; 1905, 0.28; 1906, 0.26; 1907.
5,87; 1908, 3.42; 1909, 2.62; 1910,
1.22. Normal tor this month, 5.00;
deficiency, ot this month as; compared
with the' normal, 3.78; accumulated
deficiency since January 1, 1,39.
i Wind Prevailing direction, NE.;
total movemont, 4752 miles; maxi
mum velocity (for five minutes), 28
miles per hour, from NE., on let.
' Weather Nurabar- of clear days,
9; partly cloudy, IB; cloudy, 4: on
which .01 Inchlor moie of precipi
tation, occurred, 9.
Miscellaneous Phenomena (dates
of) Lunar, 18th' and 19th.
J1 tl Q1W11U 4.KY
, ...... ... U4KV....IAI1,
Sectlod Director, Weather Bureau.
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ARRIVED J DEPARTED ' , ' (
Tliiiradnv Mnrph 3
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
Etmr., a. m,
Kauai ports Kcauhou, etmr.,. a. m.
Australian ports via Suva Maltal
C. A. 8. S , 8 a. ni.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
MoJI, Japan Bu'abu Maru, Jap,
Friday, March 4.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8. 3.
Saturday, 'March S.
Hllo and ' way port Mauna Kea,
Sunday, March 6.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkabala,
Monday, March 7.
San Franclsco-Korea, P. M. 3. 8.
Manila via Nagasaki Thomas, U, S.
Tuesday, March 8.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa
stmr. ' '
Wednesday, March 9.
Kauai ports W. a. Hall, stmr.
San Francisco Lurllne, M, N. 8. 8.
Thursday, March 10.
, Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne
Friday, March 11.
Ban Francisco Alameda, O. S. 8.
Saturday, March 12.
Hllo via. way ports Mauna Kea
8unday, March 13.
Sullna Cruz via Port Allen, Knhu
lul and Hllo Virginian, A.-H. stmr.
San Francisco Logan, U. 8. A.'Tj.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkabala
Monday, March 14.
Ban Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8. S.
(Wednesday, March 10.
Kauai' ports W. G.Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 17.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne
San Francisco Novadan. A.-H.sUnr
Frldayi March 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N,
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8.
' Thursday, March 24.
Puget Sound ports Mexican, A.-H
Saturday, March 24.
Ban Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N
Monday, March 2ft
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia,
P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, March 29,
Australian porta Marama, C.-A.
Por stmr; Claudlne from Hawaii and
Maul port!. Capt, Haglund, O. W.
Carr, MlBStEmlly Clarko, Jno, Clarke,
Alex. Lyle, Mrs. J. Tarres, E. II. Paris,
Miss Andrews, F. Pratt' Chas. Smythd
Miss Harrington, Mrs. D. II. Case
Miss Wanderberg, H. H. Plemer, D
W. Burchard, W. C. Moore, C. D. Dick
son, A. Newman, A. F. Morrison; Mrs
Morrison, 8. Bflrkhauscn', M. St. Otao,
A. Gartenberg, W. Green.
Per OA. 8. 8. Maltal, from Aus
tralian ports, via Suva, March 3. Mr.
and Mrs. R. Wlsnora, Mr. and Mrs. F.
8. Burch. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kllnatrlck.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Colby, E. Dessonslavy,
v. ii. frau, air. and Mrs. u. Buckston
Htowne, Miss A, Watts, Dr. W. Mav
won, uiyae aiaxwen; Nurse Martlu, J,
Armttage, J. Lackenby. J. Varonl.
Per stmr. Claudlne for Hawaii and
Maul ports, March 4 J. A. Aheong
Jas. K. Hart. R. 8. Hosmer, M. Sparks,
i: u. Hiioy, w. D-.irost, Mies E. J. an
ils. 'Miss I. M. Pope, Mrs. F. Marks,
Miss E, Malonoy, Mrs. Dickson. '
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
March 8 Marston Campbell, Governor
Krear, W. W. Buner, H. P. Baldwin,
Hi A. Baldwin, J. P. Cooko, J, True-
blood, MIbs Dowsett. ' '
Per sthir. Mauna Loa for Kona and
Kau ports, March 11 Mrs. A. Q.
Howes, Dr. and Mrs. It. J. Burdetto,
,L. P. Bouvlllon.
Per Btmr. W. O. Hall' tor Kauai ports
March 3 Mrs. Hobron, John Wator
house, C. II. Cooke, MIss'A, Eggorklng,
Geo. P. Thlelen.
IN FOR1ION PORTS
Thursday. March 1.
8AN FRANCISCO SaUoil "Mar. 2: 8.
o. ivuniuu, tor iiunuiuiu;
II AN A Sailed Mar. 1: Sch. Jas.
Roluh. for San Francisco.
HILO Arrived, previous to Feb. 28:
jap. Training snip uaso Maru, from
HONOIPU Sailed Mar. 3: Sch. Mur
iel,, tor 8an Francisco,
VARIABLE .WINDS and ehonnv
sens woro encountered bv thn infer.
tBland steamer Claudlno which arriv
ed from Hawaii and Maul ports this
morning. In addition to cabin passen
gers thO Vessel brOUCht 29 r.nrrta wmH
300 pioccs lumber, 61 hogs, 48 saoks
corn, 27 bales hides and 199 packages
sundries. Tho Claudlno will Ball on
a return trip to Hawaii on Friday at-
' BULLETIN ADS PAY
TBjirsdny, March 3.
Aberdeen Helene, Am. schr., a, m.
VE88ELS TO DEPART
Australian ports via Buvn Maltal,
C.-A. 8. 8., 6 p. m,
1 'Prlday, March 4.
Victoria atid Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8, B.
Hawaii and' Maul portrf-CTasaHne,
' Monday, March 7.
Hongkong via Japn nporta Korea,
P. M. 8. 8. '
San Francisco Thomas, U, 8. A. T.
Tuesday, March 8,
Hllo and way porta Mauna Koa,
Maul and Molokal Sports Mlkabala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. '
' ' Thursday, March 10.
Kauol ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
PNday, March 11.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
' ' Sunday, March 13.
Manila via Guam Logan, U. 8. A. T.
Snllna CYfui! via Port Allen, Kahu
lul nnd Hllo Arlzonan, A.-H. stmr.
Monday, March 14.
Japan porta and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8. 8.
' "' Tuesday, Marches. ' '
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
Kauai 'ports Klnau, 'atmY.'
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkabala,
San Francisco Lurllne, M, N. 8. 8.
Wednesday, March 16. v
San Frataclsco Alameda, O, 8. 8.
Thursday, March. 171
Kauai, ports W. a 1UIU stmr.
Friday, March 18.
Ban Frnnclsco Nippon Maru.'T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Maul and' IlKwalfrjorta Claudlno,
stmr. ' V
Monday, March 21:
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T, K.
K. S. 8.
Tuesday,, March 22:
Hllo and way, ports Mauna Kea,
stmr. ' ' '
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
Friday, March 25,
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. B.
Sallna Crux via Port Allen. Kahulul
nd'Hllo Virginian. A.-H. '8. B.
Saturday, March 2.-
San Francisco Wllnelmlno, M. N.
Monday, March, 28.
. Hongkong, nnd' Japan ports K6roa,
,P. M. S. 8.' ''
Tuesday,. March 29.
Vancouver abd Victoria Marama,
C. A. 8. .' ' ' "
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hllo and
way ports, March 8. Miss E. Halulanl,
J. K. Paris, E. Bartlotte. Thos. b.Vall
M. Gardner,' R. W. Atkinson, Geo. C.
Beck, Mrs, Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, Mr.
and Mrs. A W. Cartor, Mrs., 8. M.
Spencer, Capt. Foray th, Lieut. Morris
on, Dr. Edwards, C. F. Rosa, R. O.
Mathcson, Mlsd 4. Rosa, Miss H. Ha
pal, Mra. Jno. b! Bliss, Mrs. Jas. W.
Vail; Mrs. Brooks, Miss Brooks, Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Peary. Mr. ami Mrs
Thos. Weir, C. Drury, Mra, Drury, F.
E. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. M. Victor, Mra.
ai. j. uouvea, j, u. uunn.
Per M. N. 8. R. T.lirllnn tnr hkn
Francisco, March 15, J. Beane, Mrs.
C. E. Cox. Miss Wlnno, Mrs. Murray
Shipley, Mlt Shipley, Mr. and Mr.
O; P, Cooke. Mrs. M. Snow, Mr, and
nrn; Luisunuerwooa, Mr. ana 'Mra.
Vf, Pi Jarvls, Mra. a. A. Harvey. Mra.
J,' A. Scott, Miss Mary Allen, Edwlh
uuuntir, miss a. m. Alexander, Mlsa
Baddaky, Miss, A, Anderson, Mrs. W.
Lvle. Mr. fuiil Utb f. U.milar ui..
Glddlngs, A. C. Burdlck, G. P.' Biif-
uick, h. a. Toian, Mrs. J, A. Noble,
Mr. and Mrs, Hudson, Mrs R. B.
Smith. M. Dredce C. A. ntnwurl t
McSourley, J. McOlll, F. W. Keith)
miss oaenman; Hiss Dry Dread, J, B.
BplUer, Mra. Spltier, Mr, Marti!,
Mrs. J, L. Campbell, Miss 0. Catdh-
t.Atl ill., r t1......l . . . T
h- - win 1. r luuiuiiuK, jaaies,i, uoje,
. Shagg. II.' p. Dickenson. Mra.
Dickenson. Mrs. A. Blatt, L. M. Spon
cor. Miss W. DlckBon, F. C. M001&
Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, for 'Jan
Francisco, Mar. 16. Mr. abd 'Mrs.
Dlckerson, Mr. and Mrs. J. tf.' flplt
xer, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard, Mra, MD.
H. Humnhrov. Mr. nml Un 'r n
Carpenter, Miss W. Dickson, Miss
A. Anderson, T. G. Gllmore, Mrs.
Scale, Miss Wood, Miss QlddltlgY.
Miss Hedden, Mr. and Mrs. P. Mr,t
farlane, Miss Blalsdell. Mrs,' C.A.
Blalsdell, 'Mrs. Fred Snow, Mlaa
Elerass, Miss O. Wadmap, m and
Mrs. F. B. Damnn. rinni'it Tli. U-
and M,ra. Jameg Harvy; Mrand Mra.
u. nuener, 'Mr. ana. , .Kfs. R, j.
Hayes, Mrs. M J. M,cqtfl, Mra." J. M.
KfcSurlev .T T. Hhoau Vi mA&. m
A. Black, J. A. Crrwjey. A. R'. Malt-
. rinor jia Hiorem, airs, a, 1,.
Black, Dr. aplMrs T. n. MeNnh.
Per C.-X. S. B' taltnl for Vlntnrl,
anil Vanouverr-Mr. and MrsUusteud,
...,.' "t". r ' f i " pmiin, vm.
KlllrOV Mm nnrf Mfn nihniH II a
Mackay. Mlsa i. Kelly," Mrand Mrs.
Jr Harvey, 2 daughters ; R. J. Jones,
n. UWUIH1CK, W. UlCKJBOn,
as) 1 1
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