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tVENlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., TUESDAY, MAR. 21, 1911.
Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Lealil llmplcr n. 2- l!i c ii l.i r. TUECUAY: lecii ii ic ' Net-mitl Ili-grco. WEDNESDAY; Ha wallan -Third IJi'gri-e. THURSDAY: FRIDAY: IIoiidIiiIh BATURDAY: Second Degree. Aii visiting member of tM Order are cordially Invited to atr(iHl meetings of local lodge Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month ' at K. P. Hall 7:30 P. M Finnic cuniutrnof jhouiuch ui waninc ehdmcci nf,fir Av tfKEFICIAL ASIATICS, ciation, cor- lialiy invited. HAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. X, Meets every first and third Thurs iayg ot each month at Knights of Fythiat Hall. ViBiting brother cor tilally Invited to attend. II. FOSTER, Sachem. K. V. TODD, C. of It. I0N0LU1U AERIE, 140, F. 0. E, Meets od the 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings of each month at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner Bereranla and Fort streets. Visiting Eagles are invited to at tend. C.F.O. A. DAVIS W.-P. AV1I. C. McOOY, Sec. aONOLULULOBGE, 616, B. P, 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. Hlka, meeta in their hall, on King Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited to attend. v JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R. GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec. WM. KJcKINIEY LODGE. NO. 8, K. of P. - Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Rail, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit ing brothers cordially Invited to at tend. F. F. KILBEY, C. C. E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S. SIMPLY LIGHT AMD INSERT TUBE Warmer does the rest The Welkom Warmer Size 2x5 inches, weight 4 ounces. The only modern, safe, effective and sensible substitute for the antiquated Hot Water Bag. No water to heat no rubber to rot. Will last for years. The Warmer is made of metal heat ed within one minute by the lighting and insertion of a paper tube con taining a bbizeless. miiokcIchs and odorless fuel generating a uniform heat which lasts over two hours at a cost of less than one cent. It is curved to fit any portion of the body and held In place by means of a bag and belt allowing the wearer to move about at will. AS A PAJX KILLER The Welkom Warmer has no equal. It can be put into constant action and is indispensable in cases of rheuma tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica, cramps, etc. By placing the Warmer on the af fected part the befit being dry, not moist, bakes out the cold. Physicians pay that the moist heat of the hot wat er bag will not cure but aggravate the ailments above mentioned. Many have been soid not a e'ngle ! complaint. Complete outfit Including Warmer, bag bolt, coil and 10 tubee of fuel sent prepaid to any part of the U. .3. upo receipt of $1.00. If you wish to know more about this wonderful device write today for free descriptive booklet. WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO. 1W Fulton SL, New York. GRABOWSXT TRUCK 1. li2, 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P. HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO Agents 875 South, Near King Street Phone 21G6 LOCAL AND GENERAL The Bulletin telephone numbert hive not been changed with the loca tion of the pnfwr. They remain the ame ni printeit In the telophone direc tory Business office, 2256: editorial rooms, 2185. Autos, $4 por hour, Lewis Stables. Try a case of Pinectur. It Is pure Phone 1557. A. It. Unwat. D. V. S., has resumed practice. Hume 212!). It goes without Baying that every thing Is Best at The Encore. Papal mill W. John-en, txilh charg c.l with being drunk, wore each taxed four dollars and nihls loday. John II. Bergstrom, l'lano and Or gan Tuning and Repairing. Masonic Temple. Telephone 2007. P. O. Box 40. Pay cash and ask for green stamps. They're free. Call at the show rooms and see what you get free for stamps. A falling elevator pi-ed two forms of (he Bulletin tins morning, and explains the unusual make-up of some of the pages In this issue. Senator Kairchild introduced a now bunking bill, a form of compromise be tween the hunks and the trust com panies, Senator Cecil Brown having withdrawn his bill to which objection was raised. Delegate Kuhio visited the House this morning, finding that body in committee of the whole. The House suspended business and (lie members went forward and shook hands with the Delegate. Copies of People and Places of Ha. wai! are on sale at the Bulletin office and newstands at fifteen cents a copy. Postage per copy is ten centi The Bulletin will taka your list and mail far- twenty cents a copy. Mao Kahilialait. a Hawaiian, is in custody, because he threatened to kill a Hawaiian woman and her children. When brought before Judge Lymor tliis morning he said that he was so drunk that he could not remember what he said. In conformity with a resolution In troduced by Senator Hewitt of Hawaii and its adoption by the Senate, Pres ident Knudsen appointed n. committee on immigration and industry, the mem bership to Include Senators Hewitt, Ka- leiopu and Pali. Tho Supreme Court handed down a decision this morning overruling the exceptions irt the case of Hans Tor- son against George C. Beckley. Tor son was awarded damages of $1000 on a suit brought against Beckley who ran Torson down, Beckley driving an automobile and Torson being mount ed on a horse. PERSONALITIES DR. M. It. EDWARDS, a noted bac teriologist, was un arriving passen ger on the Wiihelmina last night. Mil. NELSON B. LANSING and his bride, who was a Miss McLean of San Francisco, arrived on the Wiihelmina last night. MISS HELEN WILDER will prob ably return to the coast on the Lur line and again take up the manage ment, of her ranch. GEORGE BROWN left for Hilo to day on the Mauna Kea and will make a tour of Hawaii by automobile, tak ing his Packard car with him for this purpose. HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Oil of. Wlntergrcen, Thymol, Glycer. ine, Etc., Used as a Simple Wash. it reuuy seems strange that so many people suffer year in and yea-tout with eczema, when it is now no longer a secret that oil of winter green mixed with thymol, glycerine, etc.makes a wash that is bound to cure. Old, obstinate cases, it is true, can not be cured in a few days, but there is absolutely no sufferer from eczema who ever used this simple wash and did not find IMMEDIATELY that wonderfully soothing, 'calm, cool sen sation that comes when the Itch U taken away. Instantly upon apply ing a few drops of the wash the rem edy takes effect, the itch is allay ed. There is no need of experiment, the patient knows AT ONCE. Instead of trying to compound the oil of wintergreen, thymol, glycer ine, etc., in the right proportions ourselves we are using a prescrip tion which Is universally found the most effective. It Is known as the D. D. D. Prescription, or Oil of Win tergreen Compound. It Is made by the D. D. D. Co. of Chicago, and our long expedience with, this remedy has given us great confidence in its merits. Honolulu Drug Company. RAPID TRANSIT TAX STATEMENT IS GIVEN Responding to a request, from the House, Treasurer Conkling this morn ing sent to the House a statement of taxes paid by the Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land Company, as well as appeals taken to the Supreme Court on tax assessments. The state ment shows that the company's as sessed valualion for 191(1 was $1,545, (Kio, taxes paid for that year $15,470, gross Income $12.1,821.74, net income f13,92f.42. For tho ten years ending wilh the end of 1!10 the tuxes paid amounled (o $109,580.29, gross Income $2,755,770.71, net Income $735,5o(;.U5. Many a limn has noble alms but it is the hits that count. PAW PilPEW WE WILL GIVE YOUR BAGGAGE OUR PERSONAL ATTENTION CITY TRANSFER CO, (Jan. H. Love) PHONE 1281 hippie "KILAUEA" WILL ADORN BOW OF NEW INTERISLAND LINER Construction of the Passenger and Freight Steamer Being Rushed to Completion Asia Met With Fine Weather Wiihelmina Brought the Bulk of Mainland Mail Mauna Loa Here With Hawaii Products. "Kllauea" will be the name of the; new passenger and freight steamer now under construction at San Fran cisco and which will before the close of the year be added to the licet of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company. By advices received in the Wiihel mina mail this morning. President and General Manager .1. A. Kennedy of the Inter-Island was Informed ihiit bis wishes regarding a suitable name for I ho new steamer had been carrie.l, out. The christening of tho vessel will cany with it the name of Kilaue.-i The name is not unfamiliar to ship ping In the Hawaiian islands. It was born by one steamer which for years plied between island ports and finally went ashore on the coral reel's. The latest addition to the Inier Island fleet is being rushed to com pletion and I hero is a possibility thai I ho vessel will be placed In commis sion before the date orginally set for her being turned over to the owners. 13 Flour and Cotton in the Asia. The greater part of the eighleen hundred tons general cargo that is be ing carried to the Far East by the Pacific Mail Intermediate steamer Asia consists of flour and cotton. The flour being .destined for China while Die cotton will be left at Kobe and Yokohama, Japan. ' , The Asia came down in good time from San Francisco. She sailed one hour later than Hie Matson Naviga tion steamer Willielmina and was giv en, twenty-three sacks additional mail "The , weather -was fine," wns the succinct Arimment coming from Pur ser Hunt, upon arrival Ibis morning. The vessel while not over crowded wilh passengers came into port at ten o'clock this morning with three cabin layover passengers for Hono lulu. The through list includes 3(1 cabin, one second class and 75 Asia tic steerage. Of the latter, 27 are deportees, mostly Chinese. The vessel is bearing a goodly amount of silver bullion for coinage at Chnese and Japanese minis. As the vessel has no cargo for the port it, is intended to dispatch her for 'Ja pan ports and Hongkong by live o'clock this afternoon. Among the passengers who will re main' over at Honolulu is Baron and Baroness L. von Turcke. Through passengers Include E. Proskit, who is connected with the imperial customs, at Shanghai; Kuo Chi, Loo, Chinese vice consul at New York and J. C. Scigfreid of San Fran cisco. . G. O. Komyo, a "Japanese has ap pealed as an important witness in the Cutting, Customs case which has been heard at San Francisco. Cutting will be remembered as having lately com mitted suicide. Komyo is now return ing' to Japan. George I. Vaughn, connected with the Philippine Customs Service cover ing an extended period is returning to his duties alter having rounded out a trip around tho world. Vaughn was for some years assistant harbotnms ter at the port of Manila. He is now prominently identified with the cus toms at the Philippine capital. spencer ii. i.ane is tne neatl ot a large wholesale and retail jewelry es tablishmont at Manila and accompan ied by his wile is returning to tho islands after a delightful vacation siient on the mainland. B. F. Brown and R. P. Norfleet. are proceeding, to the Orient where they will join forces with the British Ame rican Tobacco Company. They will make their headquarters at Shanghai. T. E. Healy Is expecting to connect with one of the American daily news papers published nt Manila. He is a newspaper man of some experience along tlie coast. J. W. Ferrier. an official connected with the statistical division of the Philippine , customs service is also a through passenger. f.l Steamer Iiiclunliaeh on New Koiitc. The Merchants' Yukon line has made arrangements to charter the American steamer J. L. Luckenbnch, which. is now en route to San Fran-1 i W. C. PeacocK & Co., Ltd. Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704 Family Trade a Specialty. ( Mont Rouge Wines Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne ( Schlitz Beer cisco from New York and consigned to the Williams, Dimond Company. It ! is expected that the Luckenbach will be turned over to her new charterers by Juno 1st, being scheduled to sail on that date for Seattle, after which she will be placed on the run between Seattle and Alaskan ports. The Mer chants' Yukon Company will charter not less than three more steamers' for the coming year. The .1. L. Lucken bach has a gross tonnage of 4920 tons and 311(2 tons hot. She has a meas urement capacity for ,7,000 tons of freight ,and 5,800' tons dead ' weight. The steamer was built in Glasgow In 1880, and under the name of - the "Snale" flew the Gernmn flag on the Atlantic for several years. She was badly damaged in tho dock fire at Ho boken In 1902, after which she was bought nnd, repaired by the Lucken bachs and placed under the American registry. Pa Wiihelmina Has New Chief Officer. Chief Officer Cabling, who made one round trip wiih the Matson Naviga tion steamer Willielmina has been transferred to the freighter Hyades and his position Is being taken by "Jimmy" Rusnell the well known chief officer In the Hyades. Russell is a familiar figure to a bunch of old timers at the port. The Wllhelmiiu is reported to have come down from San Francisco in five days, ten hours and forty minutes. This is a record that will have to be beaten by the Oceanic steamship Sierra if that ves sel seriously contemplates entering the lists for carrying the mainland mall. Roth-iffee Wiihelmina and the Sierra are listed for dispatch for San Francisco oiy Wednesday morning, March 2flth. ' According to existing time fards they will pull away from their respectivo wharves nt ten o'clock. One or the other will be given the mail, which will net a snug sum of money to the company securing tho consignment. Nl . New Charter, for the H. Hackfeld. The German ship H. Hackfeld. which is now one hundred and twenty five days out from Hamburg, with general merchandise for Honolulu Is reported on the coast as having been chartered by the American Trading Company to transport a full cargo of lumber from, Portland to London di rect at a rate of (10 shillings. This is tho highest rate paid for some months, Ihe prevailing figures for shipping lumber oir sailing vessels to England being markedly below this. The H. Hackfeld is due at Honolulu with general cargo from Hamburg and will reach the harbor for May loading. btie is ot 2.UI3 net tons and will carry over 2,000,000 feet of lumber. Eft Local Notice to Mariners. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Alalakeiki Channel Molokini Island Moloklni LightHtation was established, March 18, 1911. It Is a white lens-lantern light showing thus: Light 0.3 sec; Eclipse 2.7 sec; Light 0.3 sec; Eclipse 2.7 sec. 1 73 feet above water, and 1 fi feet above ground, on a white pyramidal, skeleton, Iron tower. A black derrick with guyed mast is located 85 foet E'ly of tower. . Kanahena Point Lighthouse, US deg. true (SE by E 1-2 E mag.). Kahoolawe Island, left tangent, 198 deg. true (S by W 5-8 W mag.). McGregor Point Llgthouse, 345 deg. true (N by W 1-4 W mag.). tra Mohlgan in New Dress. Resplendent. In new dress of fresh paint, tne jvionican, now used as a liarge for storing of sugar by the Matson Navigation Company has been generally overhauled and cleaned. The work was performed under the su pervision of Captain Hyde, of the Matson tug Intrepid. S3 Another Windjammer Soon a Barge. The well known ship William H. Smiih, which has called at Honolulu on several occasions us a lumber oor rier is to go the route of all old and superanuated vessels. The old mar Inn relic will be remembered as hav ing been partially dismasted off tho Northern Pacific coast, about a year nun while Hi ti in ni :y lo weather dorm. The Smith, him Ik-pii pur- rha-i'-.i bv ihe hallhu' oH'i ,-i'oi . Thi old w iml laniiii"! will b'- converted in to a barge and nri1 as n Ihim for nt,p- plies ,y the IHiers on the halibut banks. i Heavy Palm Along Kau. The ii'niost coin iiiuoii"! fall if ruin aloii-; the coast of Kau mill) last Sun day w'l' a the wenl her changed for th, betier bad much to do with ihe deln.. In M-riiring sugar i-iirgo lor tiij Iniei Island rleimier Mauna Loa. The vs n I returned to Honolulu (his moining with a vaiied assortment of freight Ini-Hidiug pigs, cow::, calves, chickens, 7 sacks corn, 13 sacks nwa, 20 sucks charcoal, :tu head cattle 54 bunches bananas. 399 :nek coffee, .1731 sacks sugar ami 215 packages sundries. The vessel met wilh light northeast winds and smooth seas on the outward trip but on reaching Kau heavy rains were encountered accompanied later by heavy swells making it Impossible to load sugar for some davs. Scarcity of Mates on the Sound. There Is scarcity on Paget Sound of first mates for sailing vessels. The schooner Balnbridgo has completed loading lumber from the Port Blake ley mills for San Pedro and is await ing a first male. One of the causes of the scarcity of mates is said to be the fact that vessels Hying the Ame rican flag are required by law to car ry officers who are American citi zens. There are lo be had any quan tity of first, officers who have the pro per papers, hut who have not. become citizens of the United States. Ha Notice to Shippers. The Matson Navigation Company have sent out notices to shippers to the efiect that Ho cargo will lie accept ed at the Oahu Railway wharf for the steamer Lurline after 3 o'clock Friday nlternoon. The vessel is then to be shifted to the regular Matson wharr from which place the vessel will be dispatched for San Francisco on Sat in-day morning. " fP3 Wireless Tower Is High. What is said to be the highest wire less tower in the United States is nearlng completion iu Fauntlerov Park, West Seattle, and will be chris tened during the week by Miss flor trnde M. Wipple. The tower rises 820 feet above sea level, standing -n a hill 50(1 feet in height with the tower proper 320 feet high. B2 - Surjar on Hawaii. Purser Sheldon of the steamer Ma una Loa from Kona and Kau ports of call reports the following sugar on windward Hawaii: Punalim 13,23s; Honuapo 4137; Kukuihaele 4122; Ho nokaa 9000; Paauliau 13,500; Pnatiilo 7100. Likellke Off for Kauai. After having discharged 5600 sacks sugar the steamer Likolike returned to Kauai ports, sailing yesterday aft ernoon. The vessel -will probably bring the remaining six thousand sacks sugar at Makaweli to Honolulu for trans-shipment. i . . ." ' is Mabel Rickmers to Bishop Wharf. . The Herman ship Mabel Rickmers now discharging at the Hackfeld wharf wfll he shifted to Bishop wharf today there to finish the discharge of general cargo. : Hall- Returns to Garden Island. The steamer W,' O. Hall baa been dispatched for Kauai after having dis charged a shipment of 5500 sacks su gar at the port. Pa Objection liaised to Lashing Deck Load. Among Paget Sound surveyors and underwriters the question as the wis dom of so securely lashing deck loads of lumber that they will not carry away in heavy weather when the ves sel's safety is endangered Is being generally uiscnssea. Recommenda tions may bo .made to the home offi ces of the foreign Insurance com panies carrying risks on this coast that will result In some new rules .be ing laid down. The matter has come up since the Norwegian steamer Cuz co, with lumber from Seattle for the west coast of South America, was compeUed to put back after being al most overwhelmed In the terrific storm of February 12th. It is well known that the Cuzco was in extreme danger, and as her steering gear was out of commission and the vessel was uncontrollable, it is considered a mir acle by many marine experts that she came back at all. Had the steamer been able to relieve herself of-her fifteen-foot deckload of lumber she would have righted herself, and thus been out of extreme danger. However, the lashings were so securo that all of them held .with the exception of one small cable aft,, which broke and allowed between 15,000 and 20,000 feet to go overboard. At one time during tho storm .while at sea and drifting helplessly in the trough of the waves the Cuzco hud a list to starboard of 35 degrees. It Is well known, that A BALTIMORE SUN HEAT ER for heating THE BATH Is one of the greatest conveniences In the world. Write today for prices nnd circular and let me convlneo you. WARREN B. CRAW, Box 569, Honolulu. ES Milton and Parsons UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY E lit Buildinq Hotel Street Phone 30B8 many vi'-it-lx,1 parlli ii'nrlv i-oiudi is, have Kiiti-d thi'liiselvcK in kIoiiiih slid heavy wenthcr by either purpoly Jettbolling portion of their llelk- loud or by the carrying nituy of the lashings. The umtter is receiving se rious attention mid Interested survey ors may cuggest new regulations. , M (.'..".I live (n the Iturky O'Niil. Few are tliey who have visited the heard of the famous sen-going launch liucky O'Nell. Once the very mime of thu craft proved a terror to hundreds .of evil doers It irnu tho iniiifi ..r ,w Istence of the fleeing American who would shake the dust of the Pearl of the Orient from his feet in an attempt to escape debts contracted under the prevailing "chit system." The ISucky O'Nell is no longer needed in n gradu ally reformed Philippine metropolis. Among several craft that are now being offered to the public for sale bv the bureau of navigation is the hull of the once famous "liucky O'Neill." This launch was purchased by the civil government and put into use as a po lice boat in 1902 when the river and harbor police were organized. Many of Manila's "finest" have trod her decks as her shapely prow cleft the rippling waters of Manila Bay and she has caused by her untimely appear ance the sinking Into sadly worn boots the heart of many a poor wretch who lacking sufficient wherewithal to meet the insistent demands of his pressing creditors and who had hied himself aboard some outgoing vessol. When the river and harbor police were dis organized the "Bucky" was turned over to the bureau of navigation for Its use. The one-time "pride of the harbor" soon will carry odoriferous cargo for some wily oriental or drudge her weary way with a tow of lighters laden with cargo from nil the points of the earth. TRANSPORT 8ERVICE. Dix at Manila. Logan, from Honolulu for Manila, Mar. 15. Sheridan, arrived at Manila, Mar." 6. Sherman, from Honolulu, arrived at San Francisco, Mar. 14. Crook, from Manila for San Francisco, arrived Mar. 15. i m i i REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. ? Recorded March 9, 1911. . Alice Haynes and hsb (C K) to N B Young, Fore AITdt; lots 8 and 20, blk B. Atinton Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. H 344, p 182. Mar 8, 1911. John F Huniburg and wf to Royal D Mead, D; 19,288 set ft of gr 8808, rents, etc, Keeaumoku St and Wilder Ave, Honolulu, Oahu; $3000. Ii 345, p 149. Feb 13, 1911. Royal D Mend nnd wf to John F Humburg, M; 19,288 sq ft of gr 380(1, Keeaumoku St nnd Wilder Ave, Ilono lulu.. Oahu; $2500., B 341, p 370. Feb 13, 1911. W O Smith, tr, to R A Doutbitt," Rel; lot 3, blk 01, AVnlnlne. Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $1800. B' 341, P 281. Mar 1911. ' J P Keola Paukenlanl to Wm Henry, D; nt In It P 524, kill 2S01, Knhuku Koolauloa, Oahu; $250. B 345", p" 151. Mar 8,- 1911. l.fiu Shee (w) to Tang Hlng, D A male child, Tang Lum Tai, born Feb 28, 1903; male child, Tang Tong Tai, born Feb fi, 190C; male child, Tang Chun Tai, born May 13, 190S. B 330 p 117. Mnr 8, 1911. Western I lawn Invstmt Co Ltd to Elizabeth Citron nnd hsb, Rel; mtgc and addn cbge on lot 2S and por lot 29 of gr 177, P.iwna Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $4000 nnd $500. B 341, p 381. Feb 23, 1911. ' Doris Lew-Is to von' Hamm -Young Co Ltd, C M; (i-cylindcr model L Thomas touring car Xo 137, Ter of Hawaii; $725. B 341, p 3S2. Mar 1, 1911. Clay Littleton et nl to von Hamm Young Co Ltd, C M; 4-cyllnder model D Buick touring car No 1255, Ter of Hawaii; $350. B 341, p 384. Mar 9, 1911. Knlmuki Land Co to Charles M Cooke Ltd. D: lots Q17. U21 nnd por lots R18. SI 9, T20 and V22, Leah! Farm Tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $0500. B 34.1. p 152. Mar 1, 1911. First American Savs Tr Co of Ha- WHiTLId to Benny & Co Ltd, D; 0220 sq ft land, rents, etc. Queen Kt, Hono lulu, Oahu; $3250. B 345, p 154. Mar 9, 1911. ' Benny R-. Co Ltd to Ttarik of Hono lulu Ltd, M ; G220 so ft of R P 29G, kill 11(1. Queen St, Honolulu. Oahu; $2000. B 341, p 3PC. Mar 9, 1911. Oat & Mossmnn to Bank of Hawaii Ltd. C M; furniture, fixtures, stock In trade, etc. In store. No 7(1 Merchant St, Honolulu. Oahu; $3000. B 341, p 389. Nov 30, 1909. C M Kal et nl to City Mill Co Ltd, C M; Int In leasehold, bldgs, rents, etc, Beretanla and Aula Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; $4323.81. B 341, p 390. Mnr 0, 1911. MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY PLANNED. LITRAY, Vn. A proposed, civil en gineering fent uncommon In the val ley of Virginia is a mountain highway following the summit of the Blue Ridge from Skyland Park to Mary's Rock. By means of field glasses It will be possible to get .a glimpse of the na tional capital from any point of this roadway. COLONEL RENOUF HONORED. OTTAWA, Ont.' At the annual meeting of thp Canadian Artillery As sociation In the railway committee room of the House of Commons, Col onel Renouf of the second regiment, Canadian Artillery, Montrenl, was elected president for the ensuing year. Coney Garage Automobiles Meet 'All Inter-Island Steamers Touching JKAUAI ' 1 ' 1 RATES REASONABLE I Monday. March 20. Sun Knim-lsco Willielmina, M. N. S. S., midnight. Tuesday, March 21. Komi and Kau ports Mauna Loh, slnir., a. m. San Francisco Asia, P. M. S. S., - n. m. ' ,i. DEPARTED j i Y.'T imai Monday, March 20 ports W. (3. Hall, 'stmr., 5 ports Wailele, r.tmr., 5 P- m. I 1 In wall p. 111. Kauai ports Nocan, stmr., S p. ni. Kauai ports Likellke. stmr.. 5 p. m. Tuesday, March 21. Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea, stmr., 10 a. m. Hawaii ports Maul, stmr., noon. Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., p. m. PASSENGERS DEPARTED. Per stmr. Manna Kea, for Hilo and way ports, March 21. Miss flrace Robertson. Mrs. Geo. Wallace, Miss A. J. Dengler, O. E. Southwlck, Mrs. Southwlch, Mrs. Deverenux, Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, J. II. Queal, Mrs. Queal, W. L. Osborne, F. A. Copeland, Mrs. Copeland, A. R. Keeline, Mrs. Keeline, F. H. Morley, Mrs. Morley, J. H. Shee han, R. B. Rietow, Miss Aiken, Miss Rankin, Mrs. Rankin, R. I. Lillie, Miss Nixon, Mrs. L. A. Andrews .1. M. Pierce, L. H. Biggs, I). Perice and wife, F. O. Hummel and wife, Mrs. E. Hardy, Miss Clara Lou, Mrs. Nagle, H. P. ttaglo, Mrs. a P. Kingsbury, S. Mi yamoto. r PASSEN3ER8 ARRIVED Per M. N. S. S. Willielmina, from San Francisco. Mis. M. E. Alexand er, Judge S. Ballon. E. C. nnrroll I A. Heaven, E. E. Beers and children, Mrs. Wm. S. Biddle, E. Brense Mr and Mrs. A. M. Brooks, Mrs. S B Cheek, E. A. Colby, W. N. Cook, Mr' and Mrs. II. R. Davidson, Mrs. E Davidson, J. A. Durup, Dr. M. D Ed wards, Dr. and Mrs. N. S. Fairweath er, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Fernandes Jacob Fillius, Mr. Fisher, Mrs. J. C. Fobs, Jr., nnd infant, Mr. nnd Mrs. w! W. Oiddings, Miss Jennie dustafson J. P. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hough, Miss M. D. Jones, Mrs. E. M. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Lansing Mrs. Wm. Lent, Mrs. A. Lindsay and' child, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lowrey, Mrs. M. S. Mack, Mrs. L. McBride, Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Capt. William Matson, Mrs. M. E. Perley, Mr. and Mrs. H. Redd and child, Otto Rosenstein, A. P. Sherill, Mrs. G. Vohries, Mrs. L. M. Watson, Mrs. C. Watson. Per P. M. S. S. Asia, from San Francisco. For Honolulu: Baron and Baroness Von Turcke, G. G. Kom yo. Through: Christopher G. Hin der, Miss Mich! Kawai, Uuchiro Kom yo, T. A. Miller, A. Miyawaki, K. Ka kanishi, K Pauliiii, Miss C. E. Sche reschewsky, Chas. W. Ford, Mrs. Cbas. W. Ford and infant, Mastur Jack Ford, J. Siegfried, B. F. Brownfl Mi-a 1M. ...It. l-ln,rt li ,, ... f ...... ..mujc iunn, ji. x-. iui iieer, mjb Joan Unvis, Dr. O. -Gonzales Febela, J. W. Ferrier, Mrs. J. W. Ferrier, Miss Margaret Ferrier, Kuo Chi Loo, S. G. Lane, Mrs. S. G. Lane, Lock Chee Mali, E. Poskitt, Mrs. Poskltt, Miss Makey Skipp, G. W. Thompson, C. E. L. Tottenham, Rev. W. H. B. Urch, Geo. I. Vaughn, Yule Bun Ching, T. E. I lenly. Per-slmr. Mauna Loa, from Kona and Kau ports. Mar. 21. A. A. Pach ner, Mrs. Pachner, Miss S. E. Schrlng, L. R. Harsha, Mrs. Waiola, Elder Dickson, Elder Morris, Father Charles, Mrs. F. L. Hoogs, T. O'Brien, T. J. Driver, C. E. Bryant, M. Weill, It. P. Robinson. F, Evans, R. R. El gin, Mrs. Elgin, H. Renton Mra. Wight, J. H. Dilks, Miss Rose Lind say, J. A. Ah Chung, Jas. Robertson, Father Jestine, Father Marius, Miss Blake, Mrs. Folsom, Chas. Ah Yet. PAS8ENGER3 BOOKED - Per M. N. S. S. Lurline for San Francisco,1 March 25 Mr. Daniel Case Miss H. Case, Miss A. R. Case, O. C. Spencer, R. R, Spencer, Mrs. R. R, Spencer, Dr. C. B. Lyman. Mrs. C. B. Lyman, Miss Helen Wilder, J. J. O'Rourko, George C. Parker, A. .1. Kuh, W. E. Crowe. G. M. Crowe. Robert Dalzlel, R. C. Kennedy, Mrs. It. C. Kennedy; R. D. Card, Mrs. R. D. Gard, Alexander Sclator, John II. Hughes Tony Pollto, II. II. Burroll, D. W. Du rant, II. C. Illanchard, Mra. Mary Sherman, R. S. Baker, F. W. Evaton, Mrs. A. W. Chalmers and child, Miss Gardip Evaton, Mrs. F. W. Evaton. Norman Evaton, Mrs. G. Schmidt, Miss O. E. Crowe, Carl Selbrand. Mrs. Car Seibrand, Miss R. Goodman, Miss M. E. Mowor, Miss Hazel Pear sail. Mrs. S. II. Pearsall. - Per stmr. Mauna Kea (Legislative Inspection Tour) from Molokai G. F. Alfonso, F. K. Archer, J. Cockett, A. H. Ford, E. Towse, T. R. Mossman, W. S. Chillingworth, Geo. C. Hewitt, A. K. Vlerra, It. II, Allen, Bob Hair, F. J. Testa, R. H. Makekau, Ed. Stiles, H. Coney, Ed. Fernandez, John P. Hale. H. S. Rickard, J. It. Yates, J. A. Noble, W. S. Speckmau, F. J. Krngcr, Philip Pali, Chas. H. Clark, L. S. Conness, .1. K. Clark, Rev. S. L. Desha, W. T. Robinson, Dr. G. H. Muddy. K. Kaniannulu Chas. Kaue- i koa, W. J.' Sheldon, II. Kahale. E. T. Like, C. Kiilehtia, Dr. B. V. Wackull, P. B. Danky. W. II. Crawford, Wm. P. Jarrett, Chas. F. Chillingworth, T. J. Smith, .1. D. McVeigh, J. w. Ka waakoal II. L. Kawewehl, M. K. Ma kekau, A. F. Tavares, S. P. Correa, Sol. Hanohano, D. K. Baker W. J. Coelho, W. II. Clark, S. C. Wight, Mr. Kaniainalulu, Mrs. Pua, A. L. Maokaye, Ed. Waiaholo. i ijiuj' ARRIVED