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gVHmo BTJU.BTTH. R0N0LPL.O. T. II., SATURDAY. MAIL 19. 1910.
f Pacific Stated.
Hawaiian First Degree
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regular, 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting Members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend Meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 1'. H
BENEFICIAL AWSIATIOfk elation cop
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mej'vs every Monday evening at
r:SQj lu I. O, 0. F. Hall. Tort Street.
1 E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
' H. E. MCCOY, Noblo Oiand.
I All visiting brothers very cordially
OAEU LODGE, No. 1, K. of E-
f Vfcr ma
Meets eTery first and third TrFJoR, 'Muss; .T. I'. lleftlcy, New Bed-
liy oveulng at 7:30 In K. ot P. HqliS
earner tori and Bcretanla. Visiting
toothers cordially Invited ta.attimdj
WM. JONES, C. d.--rr
1 O. F. HEINE, K. Tt.'ST
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B.JP..0..E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, H. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, c-B-KIBg'
Blxeet. near Fort, nvflrv Friilnv rvpn.
lor. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. H.
II. C. EASTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN IBIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
jMcets every first and third Thurs
')' ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor:!
aiaiiy invited to attend. :-s
( P. HiaOtNS, Sac"hem;
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0." E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
tleretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited" to at
tend. W. n. RILEY. v. P..
WM. C. McCOY, Sec
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlslt-
Ing1 brothers cordially Invited to at
Uod. H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
i E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. B.
i SHOPPING NEWS
Wiltneyt Marsh aro showing a few
choice llngeilo gowns which arrived
en the last steamer.
JOtdan'o are showing new designs In
Toijllard. silks, $1 am $IM jard. Onu
oi-is imttern of c:i:i style
Ybu, cannot find a more delicious
Irlilk than Coco Cola or ono that will
bo more beneficial. Ask for It at the
fountains and telcpliono to tlio Ha
.vallan Soda Works, DIG, for a case.
Tho Hotel Majestic Is located In the
Tert heart oT business Honolulu, at
thojeorner ot Fort nud lluiotatiln
utreots. Rooms only ono dollar liei
lay- or ten dollars ier month and uu
Additional styles In trimmed hati
that arrltcd I'rlday lu tho WlUielnilnr
wllllbo oiKsncd and ready for insiiertlun
Monday mornliig ut JIIsh Power's Mil
Ilnory parlor, Boalon building, Tort
Aj glance In tho window of Sllva'i
Toggery will Interest every man. fm
Uofo displayed uro a few f,ultu select
cd from tliq largo Mock of Hart. Sliat
fnor,& Marx's new Sptlng ud Siiaimci
Iff y6u b'urn wood or coal ho partle
ida'rj regarding t! iiuallty dellvcroil
In ordering from tlio Unlon-Puclfli
Transfer Co., tclcphono KS, you cir
bu vyr.ctly btiro of receiving the high
, -est quality mid generous lucjhiiio.
Du-ItiiIlul typewriter rlbb'Jiu In
', longer, write, cloarcr and cleaner tlrar
'' nny ollior typewriter rllilo:i mad
"Kiei aijjeyo nn Hip rfsulla and yo
will deilioiistrato this to your entln
satisfaction. Sold by A. D. Artolgh fi,
Co., Hotel utreet. ' - .
.WE HAVE WITH US
I'V - .Tr iJIi" SIH
AT THE YOUMJ.
Caturday, March 19.
Mr. and Mrs. W O ..rail1tn San
Ftnnclsco; Mr. and ,,. I? T- i.arfons,
San Francl.r ., , l:ugeno N i:nRC,.
liarilt. r-i,l ,,, . ... .
lMs."oljna Cb1;"m1f Mary En
rfflliR nnVlin.i ci. ii n IS. I,
fL.V'.. .' ..,. . ....'.''.. .'
vik'.iiiuii, vviiij j. i. uansinn, uaKianu
Cal; J. V. Havens, Oakland, Cal; Mr.
and Mrs. Hotj Mcllne, New York;
Mr mid Mrs. W. A. Soat, Seattle.
Wash; Mrs T. 0. Itlrscri, Lou Angeles;
Cal: Mr. till Mrs .1. II. Koofo San
Francltco; Miss E. O llrlim, S.iu Krati
cltrn; Mnstnr II. Knife San Trail
Cisco: Mlm II. M. Snoll t.os Angeles,
Cal; K 0. Eager, Toledo, Oliln; Dr.
ami Mrs. II. It. Cowbink, Portland
Ore: Mr. and Mn, L. 1,. Greenwell
Oakland. f'.tll Mrs. C. W. Reebe Oak
land. Cttl; Mrs. l.a Pcar Palo Alto.
Cal; Mrs. E. C. Greenwell Snn Trail
cltc'i, Mlrs Aniv Greenwell, Snn Tran
cl'cn; Julian Greenwell, San Francis
co; .1. It. Blattcry Sllvrton Coo;
Miss M. Slnltciy, Sllvertnn. Coin; Mr
and Mrs. W. F. Burrows Chlcag-J 111 ;
Mrs. C. I'. I.lbuy. Chicago. Ill; Mm.
Iuls Swift. Chicago 111; Master V.
Swift and maid Chicago, 111; Mr. nn 1
Mrs. J. V. Ir.wlno, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Sherman Dalubrldge. Los Angeles, Cal
A. W. Eaiucs. Withlawn: II. T. liny
selden, MIsr Slioic Ookali; Miss Mc
Cubbln, Oukala; Mis.-. M. McCiilibln.
Ookaln; Dr. W. I). Klrkpatrlck, Bel
IhiKlinni Wash; Dr. T. .1. Van Kirk,
.llclllnghani. Wash: John Stafford, Fall
River; Mass; H. 0. Knowlcs, New Bed'
lo'tE. Mass"; Miss Huffier, New Bed
ford. Mnss: J. T. McCrosson. kukul-
hirclQT W. Nt IJelllilger, San Francisco;
SrsiJdao-i:. Walker Ben LemcuJ, Cal
Friday, March 18.
F. O Noycs. W. II. Oreenwcll. Miss
A, C. KInnuy, Kahuku.
Thursday, March 17.
A. E. Motzger, Hllo; Hugh Howell,
Walluku; Louis Margolin, San Fran-
Wednesday, March 16.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Kayo. Kauai.
Tuesday, March 15.
J. S. McCandless, City; A. L. James,
Jr., John M. Jenkins, Schofleld Bar
rncks; C. 11. Squler, Now York City;
Mr. and Mrs. J E Milan Mlnneapn
lis, Minn.; Thos. C. Smith, 8. S. Ala
meda. AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Saturday. March 19.
John Miller, James Dillon, M".
uml Mrs. HotcliM, I.ouls .Monlwin,
Mr. and Mrs. C. I., lloinl and baby.
Mr, nnd MrB. T. G. Wrny, Mrs. V. L.
Iloeck, Puuner.c; Mrs. G. Clement
Puuneue; Mrs. J. II. Neville, Den
ver, Colo,; Mrs. It. N. Strong, en
Thursday, March 17.
Robert II. l.o Wane, Schofleld Bar
Wednesday March 13.
C. I), Olson, Kahuku.
Tuesday, Msrch IS.
S, D. Hensler. Sclinflcld Ilarrackn;
J, W. Jo)es, Muul!a; Mrs. J. W. Joyiw
nud 2 children mid utirMi, Manila; MIsh
F. Butler, C. S. llalght, F. J. Miller
Dr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Morrl. Mr. and Mrs.
John Tlllson, Mr. nnd Mis. Raymond
Pratt, Mrs. II. K. Johnstone, San Fran
cisco; Miss Marjorlo Allan. San Fran-
cIbco; Mr. and Mrs. Kelkcr, C. G.
Snow. San Francisco; Allan Snow,
San Franclico; Mr. and Mrs. M. A:
Looslcy, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ames;
I.oulso C. Boldt, M, G, Johnson, A.
Irwlnc. Walmanalo; Mr. and Mrs, 17.
II. Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mar
ley. nc- nllLLETIN ADA PAY
ir- - -
Last Week of Our
Wc want a very large business this week. To that
end wc offer astonishing values in every department.
There will be the most unusual bargains in Spring Lin
gerie, Dresses, Skirts, Shirt-Waiats, Hosiery, Muslin Un
derwear, Embroideries, etc.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Wc are here to serve you, and we can do it to your
complete satisfaction and greatest economy.
Fort Strict, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL j
.i u vai1? 0 l1ie Classified ad U
that it carries a :al message to the
reader. It Feifle, something that
the reatlr . i, interested in leamlnir
and f.t this reason the return from
"f rifled advertising is instantane
.jOs. To Rt immediate returns in
KawaU use the Bulletin.
Te!pu6ne 603 to have Laundry
caUed for and delivered quick
Call on Mike Patou at the Encore
Saloon for .1 draft of Fresh butler
Order jour soda water from the
Arctic Soda Water Works, 12C3 Miller
street, phone 637. None bolter
If you want a good job dime on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Time spent nt the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This plaro Is
sometimes known as the Two Jac:s
Melt .lurk llnlwru .it Hmi K-ntiick
5alo.ni when ou wa'ut liquid refresh
inrul nii will gfi gool goods and
I'liurtniiM Imalmcnl Iheio.
Mrs. C. L, Ulckersnn for up-todato
millinery nt renronab'e prices. Tho
only one that does accordeon pleating
In Honolulu. Green stamps, too, for
Chun Do Wan a Korean, who war
charged wlili assaulting n countryman
of hln had his care sent over tilt
March 22 at tbc police court this morn
ing. Tho turf sport3 which were to
come off this afternoon at Walklkl
bench, for the Clark cups, have been
IKistpoued on account of there being
At the Korean School on Punch
bowl street yesterday afternoon, the
members of the Kpwnrth league of the
English M. E. Church entertained tho
Uniting delegates to the Annual Meet
ing of the Mission.
Tho boys of tho school, under the
direction of Mr. R. S. Gault, of the
Y. M. C. A. cntcrtnlncd the guests
with tumbling, track racing, etc. The
bojB did remarkably well, some very
dirricult feats of skill being accom
plished. The baby of the ichool. little Chung
Ho, whom the boys havo nicknamed
"Cholly," was drencd ns n clown and
provoked a great dc". if li.rh'er. He
had perfect confidence In Mr. Gault
and perform!! tonm rcintrknltla feats.
Mr. Gault stnttd that these Ii'jjm wcro
the quickest nnd beet ho had ever un
dertaken to train.
Tho following wireless has been ro
eelved by tho agents from tho S. S
"Alameda, 5 p. m., March 18. 191D.
J 35 miles from Honc'.ulu. Moderate
N. E. wind, confused sea and swell.
YOUNG ACH3 TO
RETURN ON KOREA
W. C. Achl Jr., sou of Attorney
Achl of this city, who Is a student
nt Stanford University, is n -returning
passenger on the noica, duji
hcie n:: the 2Sth. Ho Is In poor
health, according to a letter of tin
uulveislty physician, which was re
ceived by Mr. Achl Sr.
Young Achl, it will be remember
ed, In tho director of n musical or
ganization of tho university. Ho U
very popular with the profeswirs and
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Emma Drcler and family ex
tends their slncerest thanks to nil
their kind friends for their loving sym
pathy In their bereavement and the
beautiful flowers sent.
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jt IT T,n
j WATERFRONT MlTEt. i I
THE gigantic co.nbln.it .nil in vu
as the International Shipping To lor
atlon, n body rcpirsentln,; morn
than 16,000,000 tons of shipping,
camo formally Into being on Jan
uary 1, nnd will at once commence
operations. The following coun
tries nro represented In tho federa
tion: Great Britain, Germany, Bel
gium, Holland, Denmark nnd Swo
llen, Tho chief offices of tho fed
eration nro In London, nnd Its opci
atlons will bo governor by a general
round! composed of representatives
of each of the sifTlllnted federa
tions, "Our alms," iild Cuthbert
Laws, the general manager uf tho
new body,- "are defenilve. We shall
resist unreasonable attneks whether
by trade unions or others upon tho
shipowners' freedom of contract In
tho employment of Inbor." The sup
port which the federation will give
Us members will take the form of
supplying labor to work their ves
tels during strikes or of Indemnify
ing those who suffer ns a ennsc-
nunrn uf tltifnlp nftnpktt mmln mum
IN THE LATEST Is3ue of Lead
ing Light, a Shanghnl weekly de
voted to shipping, attention is
drawn to the circular Issued by tho
harbormaster ot Hongkong warning
shipmasters against tho practise of
engaging nnd discharging seamen
clscwhcto than at tlio Mcrcnutllo
Marine Office, nnd stating that, for
the future, the provisions of the
Merchant Shipping Ordinances wi
be btrictly ctifoned. Tho editor
points nut that Chinese crews are
engaged und dlsthnigrd through tlio
native boatswain, nnd that H en
force nn order made under the llrlt-
Ish Merchant Shipping Act, that Is
wholly Inapplicable to local condi
tions, would result In endless mis
chlcL Tho order at present teems
to cut ono way only. Tho shipmas
ter transgresses If he departs from
the order laid down ns aboo; but
would the harbor iiiilhorillci ot
noneknti!- Iin uinii:irril fit limit .tmvti
nud punish a deserting u.itht sea
THE FASTEST run that has been
made In n long tlmo by a sailing
cjr,el from Yokohama to San Fran
cisco belongs ttj tlio baric Calcutta,
Captain Davlcs, which arrived re
cently only thirty-one days out from
Japan. Tho windjammer had Ann
wenther the entlio passage. Cap
tain Davlcs reported that ho wail
'favored with wst and BouVhwcst
winds all tho way across the Pacific.
Tho Calcutta carried a cargo of oil
to tho Orient for tho Standard Oil
Company, nud returns In ballast.
AWAITING tho completion of his
crew, Captain Harris, master of the
American three masted ship W. F.
Bubcock went out sldo the harbor lim
its this morning ami dropped anchor.
The Babcock has ha a new rudder
block fitted during her tc-n days' ttay
at tho port. It Is expected that the
men required to man the ship will bo
rounded up today and the windjammer
can then proceed to Cape Town, South
Africa, to which port her shipment ot
lumber Is destined.
THE NIPPON YL'SEN Knlsha will
In tho near future construct two
liners for tho European run ono
having an nggregato tonnago ot 8,
500, and the other 10,000. The
company will also build two liners
for the American run ono of 8000
tons and tho other 9000 tous. It
Is stated that lu April the company
will dispatch officials to Europe and
America in connection with the uew
WITH BUT four hundred and fifty
tons ot general cargo from Oriental
ports, tho Japaueso liner Nippon Main
Is expected to arrlvo ut this port ut
noon tomorrow, Tho vessel comes
from Hongkong nnd Japan ports and
It Is tho Intention of II. Ilackfuld &
Co., tho locul agents, to dock the
veesel nt Alakea street whnrf. Tho
Nippon Mnru will ho given a prompt
dispatch to San Francisco ami will
carry the Honolulu mall.
PURSER PHILIPS OF tho steamer
Manna Ken arriving from Hllo nud
way ports this morning reports tho
following sugar awaiting shipment on
the Big Island: plan, 11600; Wulakca
4000; Hawaii Mill ' 1760; Wuluukil.
6800; Onomea, 12,500; Popcckeo, 5300;
Hbuomil iMO; Hakulau, 7000; I.nupa
hnehoo. 2500; Ookala, 1100; Kukaluu
(D) 80S; Hamakua, 1600; Paauliuu.
6300; llnnnkna, 8600; Kukulhaelo 6000
Pumiluu. 1870; Houuupo, GM0.
ADVICES RECEIVED nt this clly
through tho Merchants' Exchango, an
nomico 'tlie departure ot tho Ameri
can nehooncr AMce Cooko from Port
Gamhlo with a shipment of lumber to
tho firm of Loners & Cooko ot this
THE SCHOONER ARAGO now dis
charging lumber for Japanese consign
ees nt the Chnnnrl whnrf may finish
woik by tho first of tho week. Tho
vskcI Is tcheduleil tu leturu to Pu
got Sound I'Orts,
Fire Limit Measure May
Supenlsms Alilu, AyMt Kane and
Cox, servants of tho people of tho cllj
nnd county of Huno'ulu tu tlio tunc of
fifty dollars n month, falloj to ntte.-il
a icgnlarly called and hlg'ily Import
ant meeting of tho board last evening
and through tl.plr apparent neglect id
a sworn duty, hao laid themselves
open for a cmslderublo amount of ceu
A meeting uf the city and county
uipprvlniH was ci.lod for list night
to consider matters of tr.ipaitunt lea
Islntlon, chief of which was Hie flnn
pnsBrt'jc of tho Login oi'dliiGiice
amending und oNtcndl.ig tho llru llmlu
of the city of Honolulu.
This regulation had been Introduce 1
(ho (list part of tho month, anil at
last Tuesday uenlng's meeting had
passed n second lending by tho half
hearted sii port of soe'.al members ol
Attorney Chnrlec Achl, who docbrod
that ho rcpioscnted n hut of Chinese
who either owned tenement flrctrnp
or expected to possess such films)
structuuu In the near future made .in
ImpuiMouc'J appeal to tho In ml that
they post) cue action until such tl:m
as the Ix'glrl.uurc caineneo.
Achl employed nil the wllcj at his
command. Ho maun a tcirful presen
tntlon of his cure. when-Ill hu uttetnni
ed to tliow thut tho paHdu-; c.f the
ordinance extending the fire limits
would work n vcrloug hardship upon
a largo, number of poor cltlzcni nnl
property-owners. The pal t altoinej
for the llrolr.ip owners wimnd up by
Insinuating In language Hut was plain
ns It r.K unmistakable, tli.lt uu elec
tion of city aud county officers was
romlng along next November. Achl's
romarka simply conveyed tho Impres
sion that the rnperiltor who chain
ploneil the extension rf t'ie exlitlng
Hrc limits InlJ hlmaolf open to htlng
complLtel) Hiinn'e.i un lor nhrn t'.ic
battle of the ballots wus raging.
rioiii Ai Ill's talk More thu board
the Inference was (illicitly drawn that
lip could command the tenement-house
vote at tho next election.
Mayor torn. Supervisors Logan,
Qiilnu and McClcllnn weru tho only
representatives of the dear "pecpul"
present last night. These waited until
after 8 o'clock nnd finally took an ad
journment until 7:30 on Monday oven
lug. nt which tlmo another meeting
has been called and Clerk Knliuoka
Lint has been Instructed to Ishiie ii
cull to each member "comniaii Hug
their presence at thu meeting."
It Is well known thnt Member Ahla
Is .opposed to the measure on general
principles. Ho vole "no" at Ita In
traduction, though ho hud never In
((Hired Into Its provisions,
Kane whlfc voting for tho ordinance
nt the first and second reading, np
parently did sa with considerable ro
iuctaiice. He first offered objections
to some piovlslons Incorporated lu the
new law and in one lustuuen I.or;iii and
tho majority members of the board
made an important concession.
Aylett objected to practically ev
ery ono of tho fix sections in tho bill
but cast a icluctunt vote at tho two
Cox Is the only member of tho board
who lives outside the city nuiV lu his
absence lliero Is a reasonable sui posi
tion that he was unable to lcavo his
duties at Walalua nnd mako a trip
Into Honolulu. Cox has offered no op
posltlon to tho in-nsuro thus far.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Saturday, March 19,
BREMERIIAVEN Sailed .Mar. fl: Nor.
lik. Lady Elizabeth fur Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Mur. lfi; S. S.
Columbian, for Sun Francisco,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlvod Mur. 19:
Sch. Muriel from Houolpu, Mar. ft,
SAN KRANciscO Anlvod Mar. 19:
Sch, J a j. Rulph, from Ilaua, Mur. 1.
Friday, March 18.
SAN PEDRO Arrived Mar. IS
Aldan Bl-ibe. hcuco Feb. 10.
PORT GAMBLE Sailed Mar. 18
AIlco Cooko. for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 17.
SAN FIIANCIRCO Sailed Mur. 10: U.
S. 8. New Orleans, for Honolulu.
SA NFRANCISCO Arrived Mur. 17:
8. S. Eiitei-piim. from llllo.
KAHULUI Airlvcd Mar. II: Will,
Fryo, from San 1'rancli.co.
Wednesday, Maren 16.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Mar. IE:
S. Alaskan, from Hllo,
MANILA Sailed Mar. 16: U. 8. A,
hncridan. ror Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Artlvcd Mar. Hi;
U. S. A, T. Thomas hence Mar. k.
A QUANTITY of h!.icltini!lh roil
Is being dlsrhnigcd from, tho Ameri
can ship Foong Suey now Ijlug nt Urn
Hackfeld vvliaif. This veabel has l:ee:t
fixed o Inko on n full shipment of
hiigur, fin- tho Atlantic seaboard. The
ship will commence to tako on cargo
comctlmc dmlnc the follow Ins wcok.
i -r "i- . . ... ,-
Friday, Mnich 18.
San Fianclsco Wllhclmlua, M. N.
S. ., S p. in
lUwall poits Kcauhou", rtmr., fl
Saturday, March 19,
llllo via wny ports, Mauna Kea
ttiuc, ii, m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
8unday, March 20,
Kaunl ports Klniu stmr., a. m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nlppo.i
Mm ii, T. K, K. S. S.
Maul and Moloknt ports Mlkahala
stmr., n. m.
Monday, March 21.
Scnttlo and Tncoma Hyadcs, M. N
Snn Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. S.
Wednesday, March 23,
Pngct Sound ports Mexican, A.-H.
Kami ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thureday, March 21.
Hawaii p.n J Maul ports Claudlnc
Friday, March 26.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia
P. M. 8. S.
Saturday, March 26.
llllo nnd way ports Mnuna Kea
Sunday, March 27.
Knunl poits Klnnii, stmr., n. m.
Mnul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala
stmr., a. m.
Tuesday, March 29.
Australian ports Mai auia, C.-A
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 31.
Hawaii nnd Maul purtj Claudliiu
PASSENQERS ARIIIVT.D ,
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, from Il-i'vil'
m J Mnul ports, March 19 J. A. Ken
ncdy, II. Browns. Mlfs II. Turner Mis'
8. Cox Lieut. Turner nnd wife. N. !'.
Heffley nnd daughter. Jno. T. Stafford
E. O. Kuowles. Mis. IS. N. Strong
.Mis. .1. 11. Neville, E. do I.nc?y. II
Wnldeinieier nnd wife. M3S Mrlune
Miss M. Smith Mrs. .1. Ariiisliong mil
ilau-;lil-i- A. Held V. II. Cilht'o A. T.
Henry, Dr. F. G. Van Kirk. Dr. Kll
palrlck .1. A. Mc'Jreuor. Mrs. J. II
Maby, F. F. A. Cooper, Miss II. till
ton, Cnpt. Forscpth Lieut. Moritf-an
Dr. J S. B. Pratt Jn-i Wolkor H. C
Chiffrr, C. .1 llomko (J. Mi-NIcoll Mi
Haehlra, Mid. TaV'e. W. Wol'y.-s
J. CVetcno I.. Ivnp- ,i A. A. WTI'ltr
Dr. Edwanls II. Itosimberg utrl wife
C. Bolte, Jllhs .1. A. Brcickle. Mrs. W
Downer, Mlsecs McCubbln (2), Miss C
Shore. J. Lemnrd. S. Svlvestcr. II. Vie
cars, L. A. Andrews, 11. Vlcjiefa A. M
Cabrlnhu, E. F. Moscley, Mrs. l.cilcier
Miss U. Tnylor, I. O. Riley, 1). L
Bond, II. Tnketa, wife am! child J. II
Fisher, J. Monlz. It. Mnthcsnn, J. T.
McCrosnen, Mrs. W. HoOkiiiniil, Mas
ter Chit San, Y. K. You K. Uoii E
McCarthy. J. A. Glbb Mis. Illnri nnd
child, C. T. limn and wife, Mrs. Cn
liuiru und child, W, Carey, A. I-nuc. W,
N. llclllngcr Mrs. G. Clement Mm.
T. Rurlew uud ihl'il. Miss Rodrlgues
MIbs H. Rosa, M. Furla, .la. Morse. T
Akunn, Mrs. Sawn, D. Yoncliiirii, Dr.
K. Nnglmii nud servant.
TUB FIRST wireless from the .Mat
ion Navigation steamer Hyndes war
received at tho Kahuku btatlou last
evening. Tlio Mutton freighter has
Just been fitted with it nluut for wlr
less communication. Sbo Is now pro
vided with refrigerating machinery1 and
cnu carry a iuantlty of cold stores
fiom tho roast to the Islands, The
Hyadcs Is now en louto from Seattle
aud last night s-ho reported Iter posi
tion us 1060 miles off Honolulu steam
ing through btrimg westuily g'es uud
ABOUT TWO inches of wafer nn
hour Is making its way into the schoon
cr Alnhu which has put Into Honolulu
lu distress. Tho vessel lies nt the
tout of Fort street, und this morning
divers went down und InspocHod the
hull for scams. Upon tho report of
the divers will depend the fupirq nc
(Ion of tho vessel's master who may
decided to remove n portion of a ship
ment ot fourteen thousand hard wool
railway tics taken on at Hllo.
THE AMERICAN schooner Robert
Lowers, Captain Anderson master
which arrived hero some days ago
with n shipment of lumber to tbo agen
cy of Lowers and Cooko Is dlsclnrg
lug nt tho Illshop wharf and will pro
bably get away for I'ugct Sound tho
middle part of next week,
A WIRELESS received from tho T.
K. K, S. H. Tenyo Mnru received luht
night iinnuiinccH Hint the liner would
urilvo ut Honolulu on Mouduy ut about
noun. The v en-el Is bringing down it
number of bijmcr passengers from
THE MATfc'ON NAVIGATION llnr
l.urllne curnuto from Honolulu (u Kan
I'r illicit cci bus loportr-d by wln''esu
that In h pobltluu uf 890 miles off Ihla
port tilui w,is fclejmlni; through mod
eialo northwest winds uud htaVy
IT IS REPORTED that the Nor
wegian uar'v i.auy i;iiznnetu has sallel
from Ilrcmrrhnveii with a general
caico ilcsllncd for Honolulu,
.. i . . -.
Friday, March 18.
.Maul and Hawaii otts Claiidlnc,
stmr., 5 p. m. '
Capo Town, 8. A. W. V. Babcock,
Am. fi., C p. m.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Sunday, March 20,
Hllo Wllhclmlna, M. N, S. 8. Co.,
Monday, March 21.
San Francisco Nippon Mnru, T. K.
K, S. S.
Kauai potts Nocau, stair.
Tuesday, March 22.
'Japan ports and llougtcoiii Tcnyi
Mnru T. K. K. 8. 8.
llllo nnd way ports Mauna Kea,
Knunl ports Klnau, stmr.
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkfthnliv
Kona nn! Knu port Mnuna l.oa,
Thursday, March 2-1.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr
Friday, March 25.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S S.
Mauna nnd Hawaii potts Clairlltia.
Saturday, March 25.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 28.
Hongkong nnd Jnpan ports Korea,
P. M. H. s;
Kauai ports Nooau, stmr.
Tuesday, March 29.
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. 8. 8.
llllo via wny ports Mauna Kea,
Molokal and Maul porta Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, ftmr.
Thursday, March 31
Kuinl ports W. G, llall, ptmr.
Tcr Etmr. Mnuna Ken, for llllo
and way ports, Mar. 22. Mrs. L. A.
Turner. Miss E. A. Stone. F. 8. Peck,
W. O. Wilbur, Mrs. Wilbur. Mrs. F.
E. Dennis, It. I. Llllle, F. D. Bovard,
Bishop E. II. Hughes.
Per stmr, Mnuna Loa, fur Kona and
Knu purts, March 22.--.Mrs. Wuhu,
Mrs. Beebo, W. L. Grecnwill, L.
Greenwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Magoon,
Mrs. E. C. Greenwell.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kami ports,
Mnr'cli 22. J. K. Farley, II. D. Wlrh
Per M. N. 8. 8.' Wllhclmlna, for
San Francls-o. Mar. 2 7. Mr. and
Mis. W. A. Bowcti, licv. C. M. Pond,
Mrs. Pond, Mli Lulu Law;, Mr. and
Mis. B. H. Smith. Miss N. Lloyd, J.
lleiiuc, Mrs. Cox, M, II. Weinberg.
D. L. Wlthlngton, Mrs. J. A. Scott,
Mr. nnd Mrs, Z. K. Myers. J. M. Am
brose, Mr. Bnrnctt, Miss Harnett,
Mnry Harnett, C. F. Murray, Miss
Ella Murray, Mrs. II. Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Austin, Mlsa Irene
Blackmail, Mr. and Mrs. Jis. WnUo
field, L. W. Moody, Miss M. aid
dings, Miss M. Hcdden, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Miss II. Baxter,
J. II. Ciisoy, W. Wulkcr. T. E. Mar
Un, W. W. llruner, Mrs. .1. M.
Browne, J. il. Castle, Geo. Dcilgo,
Miss E. M. Anderson, M, E. Sllva,,
Oscar Edlhard, Miss E. House, N. I.
White. Mnry Vandcrbcrg, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Itnbe, Mrs. M. P. Scott,
Miss M. Anderson, A. I). Larnnch,
Mrs. G. I. Welbourne. H. 3. Steele,
Mis. Steele, L. C Abies, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Lucas, Miss A. M. Dlctz,
Dr. Maxwell, Mr. und Mrs. C. Y.
Hustings, Mrs. Murr E. Walker, .1.
F. Moofc, Mrs. A. Ulutt, Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Bacon, Mrs. Crcelnlun,
Mrs. J. G. Carey, N. 11. Young, II.
Wiley, N. 8. Sachs, Mrs. M. J.
Sloan, Miss Sloan, W. P. Jtoth. Geo.
II. IloborUon, Dr. W. lC Platner,
Miss Cathcrlno Purls, J. F. Stafford,
C. H. Dickey, Mls3 A. Klemmo, J.
Orubc, Mrs. Orube, Dr. F. J. Vnn
Kirk, Dr. W. D. Klrkpatrlck, Miss
Frlcdlauder, MIbs Abrums, A. L.
Jessup, Mlsa Anna Gallon, Mrs. C.
A. Pratt, Mrs. L. M. De WoKo. Mr.
and Mrs. J. E, l'hclun, J, it. Joyuc,
Miss W. Dickson.
Mails aro r.uo nt Honolulu "frm.i
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, March
Colonlos Per Marama, March 29.
Vancouver Per Maltai, April 2.
Malls will depart for the following
points ns follows:
San Fraucltco Nlpiiou Mnru, March
YokolUma Per Tenjo Maru, March
Vancouver For Marama, Match 23.
Colonies Per Maltai, April 2.
4. , ,
I TRANSPORT SERVICE. I
Crook, from Honolulu for Manila,
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Thomas, urrlved Sail Kruuslscu fruuf
Manila. March i.ii.
Hherldim, sailed from Manila for Ho
nolulu. March H. ' ' '
Sometimes futo sctH a man up on
a high pedestal for thu purposo or
giving him a hnrd fall.
And some men treat their wlvo's
nil right because the wives decline
to ctnnd for any othor treatment.
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