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ItiAWAtlAK. lGAZltflE. i:; FRIDAY. .- MARCI I V 1916.i-SEMI-WEEKLYi 7!
Message Fbm Lbrrin A. Thurs-
i Jon Jp vfrhf AtlvcrtJ8cr.fCon
firms CajJlegrim To Ldear Hill
- ; Agents Received Yesterday
' . '' ' '
HAWAIIAN SERvicE YlLL
Necessity of Laying Up Steamers
Tor Overhauling, trior' to Re
opening Alaskan Schedule Pre
eluded Accepting'! Guarantee
Hp HE Great Northern will iibt
A be continued in' the Hawaiian
eirviee during the balance 6f 'the
spring 'and iummer, but will be
put'bacVin the tourist Vervlc'e
next winter. This1 it the word
received ' by The 'Xdvertiier last
night from Lorrin A. Thurston,
now' on 'the 'Coakt "representing
the' mercHints'of Honolulu, 'con
firming and Amplifying word re
ceived earlier , in 'the day by the
local agent, Fred L. Waldrbn,
L.ta. Mr.- Xhurston s message
"The Great Northern Pacific
management'' lias rejected the of
fer of a guarantee for a continua
tion of the Great Northern ser
vice 'to Hiio and Honolulu, as
made by tie 'merchants of Hono
lulu, explaining ' that it will be
impossible to accept owing to the
necessity of laying the steamers
up for 'over hauling, "prior to ;the
reopening 'of the 'Alaskan service.
"The steamship officials, how
ever,' have definitely decided to
renew the Hawaiian service next
November or December and have
renewed their advertising con
tracts to cover this winter ser
vice to Hawaii. The advertis
ing of Hawaii as a winter resort
is to begin at once and continue
throughout the summer."
Previous notice had been sent
to the local agents that the next
trip of the Great Northern will
be her last to Hawaii for some
months. The wireless received
by Fred L. Waldron, Ltd., said:
"It has been decided Great
Northern will not continue in ser
vice. WilT Vesufrte in November."
R. B. Booth, of the G. N. P.
Ileal agency, in announcing the
text df the message, expressed his
belief ihatlf the guarantee bad
been made earlier it would have
Leen effective in keeping the big
liner tfn tfie'rUni 'bu't that It came
t6olae, Inasmuch il 'the last 'mail
brought advertisings matter show
ing that a campaign haa been
launched f 6r tburist "trips to Alas
ka during 'the summer months. -
N6 definite 'w6rd from 'the Coast
concerning tHe' decision of the
company had been expected until
next ' week,, inasmuch as it had
been 'understood that the meet
ing which Mr. Thurston had with
the officials of the line was only
a preliminary one, with the final
meeting: td be held tomorrow or
on Sunday, after 'the main office
of the company had been com
It is thought that the negotia
tions trie head 6ffice have
been carried on by wire and not
by letter and that the decision,
was in this way more quickly ob
tained. No ; advices concerning the
number 'of passengers the Great
Northern wilt bring on her next
trip, when she will arrive here on
March 31, have been received.
Armed Merchantmen Tangle
Keeps Senate' a'nd faoiise From
' ' Any 'fleaf tyork :
ON PRESIDENT'S PROBLEM
Democrats of Bryan Stripe Mak
trifl Bitter fight Upon '
By ERNEST O. "WAXKEB.
(Mail pf ll Th' 'AilVoritKer.) .
WAfllirNUTON, March 8. uch ex
ceptional episodes as tji President'
demand about armed' merchantman are
tremendous fiHedh,e;erfii g to 'e'ngro- a
The senate, aa lit were, lias, a alnjle
trak miaii. Atteatinian.4e wHtroi
tBerevon only one big; thinjf at a time.
Ditto the national houie. Joine aft ia(
IirojrreM ai been ' made wit b Rone, a I
eaialation the past wimli, ' but aot an
much an cliouM have teen. The -exclto-meut
dan teen all' aborbln?. The en
Krewtiunal leaden,' aueh aa thnjr were,
have hvtin ronrrntrating n the f'ruH)
tlent 'a problem. . .j, -
Thin )rornhwa to eonTiniie "In aom
nnaiiri for another Keek and all tl.
well ni(li a fortnight of the time of a
liiUKiiiK rongrm. will be oeruiet in
straiirhtminir out the trouble that a lot
of Iemocratic medillera arfe ehi fly fe;
ponaihle for. Thia, however," doe not
aeeni a lamentalilH aa the lank of pa
triotism in the balnnce with inilivM.ial
polilieal advantage in both b anrhna
of enngreaa. . Tho aituation line un
doubtedly te graver than the em
pr. henajen f the average it Ten. N.t
one may ever know bow el one to wir
with Germany th" rreent eongreg. i .i a"
diffurenrea have brought "a.
Team Work in Seta ate
There whs d ndld tram wark in flio
aenato, not o:ily in f iling lh a'-tniti'in
when the houae aeemed not to have lh
stamina to do it, hut in co-oj)ratiii to
vote without didlate. Hj;ub icina t
it aaid, wire quite aa public apiriled
and non partisan in that regaril. Jt
w;ia felt 4he infliienea npoa the R rliu
' rii?n office wbu'd be much more ef
feetive if the vote w re taken without
dbcuaaion. The anpallinv indiac e jiin
of Senator flore, whose lilimlnom yavua
him from much rritieiam richly de.
aerved, had imprraied upon f or ign, le
Intiona feonatora the dcitirabil itv of 11 i
Lmwfl WVjfo th wjnjUy about Ut(
' The aftermath haa l e n clearly dia
appointiag. Opposition ( uatrra, jind a
few others w uld have their aay. T'.iere
was Senator MeC'umber of No-th Di
k.vta, Whose enftitiieney inelndoa
many 8wede'l and 'Oermniia. Thjre
were Senator Sherman of Illinoia who
thinks he U a Presidential candidate
and who repreaenta many hyphenate 1
rltifcens, and so on. Not only the pro
Oerman press but the factional Demo
cratic press which linns Prcni.lcnt W 1
son opened tire. iirjiHinu (lore mi I
e'aimini that the s nate vote diil not
meaa a. victory for the adiniuitratin.
ll this waa noted bv members of the
house, especially Bepublicans, who
have been eneouragrd to stnml up in
opposition to the I'Tesident nml to
muke a saia',actory vote in the house
more difficult .
Klddla SUtea Make Trouble
IiiWdentdtlv, h g dil part of U -publican
oppos'tion to Vie I'nsiilcnt in th
euate cama from the Mi-siasippi Val
ley, am) the so called Mildb- .West.
There was only one 'Fastern vot"
"L'ainst the Fresident in the senate
fiat of Senator GalLnger of New
Hamishire. . He was alni wt the last
Republican frn whom this mlg'it have
been cxp-Wcd, for he is ('anndiau bor i.
There were two Republicans in o;iosi
tion from the Pacific const (Jones of
Washington and Works of nlifornia),
and three if Borah of I a o be counted
in tat eaiegory.
Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin and a
few other ttatra in that section have
been giv;ng the wost trouble in the
hvs'. "Representative Cooper of Wis
consin ha keen quite active in behnlf
of a resolution to warn Anie.iraus off
inerchanfaren ilefensivrlv armed. Rep
reaeatative Mann of Illinois, the m
nority leader,-whom Pre ident Wi
invited .to the White House f r coiimiI
tation, has proven ro aggressive on the
aiiti-adwiiulstration side thut it is ad
lifted m mistake w.ts made in inviting
hini. ',' House Kepubl'eans m e shown
much atronger rt'sposition to p'ay pol
itic a with the a Una! ion than was shown
in the senate. f)t course, tin excuse is
ava:lnb!e'thot all mem I ers of the ho s -W
tip for re-elecrton this nutiiinn.
which holds true of only one Ihir.l of
tJnJnat Tunta OfUn Tly
it wmtld-hnrdlv' be fair tu charge
that the Middh West, which has he n
doirig so much bucking and lillinj; over
this armed merchantmen issue, i.s any
less patriotic, thnn the real of the coun
try. But unjnst taunts often ttv per'
aistently Over's aerbw Of yea s and it
may happen that Misa-Ul, Wiscon sin,
Illinois. Nebraska and lowu w.ll ha-e
to squirm' under unpleacant clisa -teri-Jitlons
on Uiat score. It hi II bo ro-tncoiben-il
(hat the West, if not the
Mouth, wns a lunir time tiring of llmg-i
at N-w Klialand for4t ing nervous dur
ing the early part of the Hpnnisli War.
Cloak ivom ssges anil even o ator-i
upou the publio platform w r.- foul of
telling how New Knglund cmil l imt
slie-i for fear of Cervera's fleet.
The emjibasis by cures of cong-ess
men rectntl.v thut the count rv .Irt' sjn.t
want war witt tiennany is r-'ecKuie4
as entifely true.. But the stuti dupurt
meat arid (he Wh;t House real a
keeaiv how dnmsg ng this is to tht n--"otiathira
but now. ,A lot of Repub
licans who seised ujiou thn I'r si. lent 's
uuforturiata, although well in.unlng
Mnnon and l.urlini- has been ihftngi
from four o'clock Tuesday afternoons
Irt nison Tuosdnys four hours earlier,
ni-1 the Manoa will sail for San Fran
cisco at noon Tnesdny being the first
voei to go out under the new
- het, -
1 here is no chnnije for Aie Wilhel
minn and Mntsonin, which will conrmnn
to depart at ten o'clock Wtr Inesilay
iow.ie.i with freight, the iiaiion nmi
-uHine l.ee.1 more time for the v.yaffel
io nun rrancisco. I!v Kiving them
four hours additional ' it is believed
they will always be able to arrive in
time for pratique nt Snn Francisco
Tuesdays, about seven .lavs out. The
1-nrline, from Honolulu March 11, ar
rived at San Francisco nt otic o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, almost eight
days, being heavilv Ion led and deep in
th water. She shou'd have arrived
Tuesday morning, but it wns known
that her big cargo would make her fate.
The "Manoa will sail for K film In i
tonight, hour not set, but probnhly five
or six o'clock to bind sugar. She will
return here late Monday and will de
part at noon Tuesday.
Her cargo will be great, (IS8Q tons
of supar and 500 tons of molasses in
bulk being the principal items. Of the
sugar I'd' in tons will bo loaded nt Kn
hnlui and 42.SO here. Kurlier sailing for
Knhului was pievi nte I l,v the presence
there of the American ll.iwaiinn stenin
er Mexican, which is loading for Sun
Francisco, nnd there nn- not facilities
for working two vessels of tlieir size
failing time of the fnt
A bijf down enrco is coining in the of all c'aasos of freight from the
Mataon .steamer Marion in due Tuesday Orient, which the T. K. K., despite
morning from San Frmo is' o. Hhe has its enlarged fleet, und the 6. 8. ,K., 1
7tsfi4 tons, 5fl2") being for Honolulu nud spite its two vcss -ls, Fanama Mart) od
l i:t! for Hilo, which in about as larj;o Seattle Aiarn, new on the run, have not
as she has brought to the Islands. j Ix-en able to handle. Then came the
OR THEODORE ROOSEVELT
'Everybody's Doinq It,' Says His""'". of j""""1" " nder charter
' 1 arrive. It Is possiblo that windhtm-
Message From Boston
A letter received in the last mnil by
Robert K. Hon ine from former (iover
nor fi.orge R. a iter, who is in Itoston
with his family, contained a card upon
which appeared the fbHoritig.
"There is nothing lo it but this:
--we want i. u i.nck, an, I will, nun
onr self-respect: to accept any other
rhw'ce will be too grent a elinn
"lua it op. Kverybody's doing it
"From a 'Real American. ' '
"too proud to fiyht" a"e n'linii the
recent "-want no war" shoutcr. And,
of course, this Will enforce ( ierinan
opinion that tho country wrnild not go
to war for uny canse, good or b.ul.
A verage Congrecsman Medlo re
It remains to b seen whnt fie c-ilm
judgment of the country will be on tho
current erf ' rniaiici s in congress. The
medioere calibre of the average con
grussniHn these days' is a matter of
every day comment at Wushiugt in.
There should be little wonder tli:t the
country seems to have smn'l lespect for
the uatioin) lawmakers. This is in st
notable with reference to the l in i
crnts, becnuse they arc the dominant
and the respouail to party. It wmil I
have been ntin ly a;. prop i itc for t!ie
I'Tesident to make a non-pnitisuu np
pjial for congn-ssional support on a
j r- at intei uationul controversy once
it is made n-cessnry for h-ni to ask
any congressional support in such a
crisis. Hut, after all. there th nill
hnve been Heiuocratic votes enou h in
the Bi-nate as there wen ami l. m -
cratic votes ciiqugl) in the house, as
there prol a! Iv will not h to curry his
appeal through triumphantly.
Strang ly enough very I'M- has
boon h-ar.l from WHia'-n .1. Hi-van
since the fiht wss really on. Hryan
itcs, to le anre. have be -n among the
Drmncratie r 'i alcitrants (i.ire is cue
of them.. Hut Bryan seems not to
have b een coudt'eting any. propag-indii
in. the hons since lufse-it his t-. -grain
to R 'i r hi ntative Wa rn Woit'i
llniley. The mure active opponents p
pear to hive heen the ll-nr dit.-s, R -publican
Precid. nfnl candidate, ami
those who have hyphenated constituen
cies. Kltch n Rfurh Agr.lrtst Wilson
(Van le Kitchin, the nominal major
ity le-nb-r. has beeu lunch ag.iinst tho
Presicb nt in this connection, as was ts
huyo been, exiiyetod. He, too, is a II y
nnite. l ut thee has been in re d in
nir from Rc oblii'iiu ' pelitici-ius und
from Hemocrats who ri sent tin- Pres
ident h steMi and isnletcl leadership.
Washington puts the tou-listone of
political advantage upon about every
thing Ih'so days. When th - s'r-ss of
lh i in in I i it t - crisis has passed there
will be much ppttHig of heads tog-tlier
t- ascertain who w;ns a he'ght in th
I resiilontiul caiiipnign, from which a
big i an be nK-rated. The chii'ge)
of Ioiuoi r.ilic follv in congress will!
certuinlv lie. but it is u brnnd of folly I
to which bit of Itepilliean senators,
and reprcs'iitntivos liter suliscribe-l.
I' obnbh- there has been no slicli cm -1
and unvci in clous p -Client wokagans
n i'resi.lent since the dnvs of Andrew
Jackson. t'h.-irges that the I'resblcnt
was fhr ateniii-' to resign a id that he
wns reallv trying to einluoil th in
trv in wsr ith (iemia-iv nm t. Vei-v
limit of political recklessness, nnd
these have emminte l chiell from ll -m-f"atic
It will le inti resting to ob er u how
'the aii pose,! en'1 it lit n. , phi- s,.,,ti
ni"iit and Ainer'cnii love f f:iir play
ill these modern t ine will tenet under
such stll'llUOUH CUIIipilijMllllg.
Local Company Which Cdhtrols
I. ' R,ieinc Uoea UW'XtH" '
i NO IMMEDIATE DANGER
of shortage; in city
Fuel From MuToran Provided For
L i'-M.-.U-,' -r.'i-u.
rners wiay tse garners
Fear Ity of bottoms may make It dif
ficult for the Inter Island to aoeura es
s. Is to trans ort coal her from Japan
and Australia during the last months
of tho ye;r. The ( ., business of Hon
olulu, both city and lunkarlng steam
ers, isln the hnmls of that company.
There is no iin mediate danger , of
hortuVe, for enough v ssela have baea
fixed to bring coal from Morpran for
several months. Olticials of the Intar
iFlrnil eXpict to take care of lt local
liisi'tiesa, whntcvtT may happenl
More and more as the war progTeaa
es ami vessels are sunk and taken ovar
for other' uses, the Islands are being
hit harder. First it was the withdraw
al of the Pacific Mail, which, although
not a reaul' of the wtr, mijfbt aa well
l ave heon so far as the effect Waseon
crrd. , .
Severe Congestion Re-mJU
This raanlteil in a imn mk t;n
suspension of the Amercan-Hawaibini
ine ranama (anal liemg closed, and
(the war, rates miking - division, to
orner Traio ,very prolltaMe. Conges
tion of freight nt San Frane'acO and
t'ugct H'rtin.t f 'l' wed thU A H anspeib
s-on. JVow comes the posaiblj coal
sho-tnper. - - '
Off'cinls of th Inter Island arewrrk.
inir hard to, get bottoms and may be
ablo to obtain them bv the time the
mers mny bring roal from Newcastle,
as they - ara. doing now ' to other Isi.
Ian. I pos. prineipallv port Allen.
Prices Of Buhkers Increases
There bss . been nn iucrense in the
price nf buvker coal reentlv, c nned
bv the high freight mtes. In aiiito of
tVs. vessels may continne to call hfra
for 1 nnl er'jso cn.rou't.e be: ween the
I an-.m.l CaJlIaud the Orient in 'l.nth
direct iena. , Lost .yoar the hi" busfuess
ns , Vladivostok, the maiority of the
: tram.,8 liavill!. . 'iUMf .v
though S'iine were fur .Tanan and f'hina
ports as wnll. The oilv rnin'ietitrs
are Han Frnneinco and Oomnx, with the
lsfer the more dangerous one. Hono
lulu may continue to get the business,
despite the increase in- price, . becauSi
mf nuii-k rlMn..h ik.
cives steamers, which eomnensites in
large measure, and -also because of the
iptieker pnssagea that may be mndn
ii Hi-eo'olii. the better weather to be
expected in the South . latitudes and
the 1 ss il needed in the bunkers at
nnv one time, which Is a consideration
of impo -tance, because the more coal
trdteu the 1-ss vessels can be loaded
with cargo at enormous rates.
How Owners Are Affected
Mow this nlfects shipowners is shewn
t v the T. K. K., which is expected to
take more bunker eoal here than be
fore, San F.aneisco supplying less, so
that greater -argons 'can be loaded at
Him Frnnciseo for tha Orient.
Other lines may 'look at it the same
way. Several important British lines
mil the Nippon Viisn Kaisha routed
cssels regularlv from New York to the
Far Fast via the Canal -and Honolulu
IN CHINA TOR ORIENT
Pays High Tribute To Honolulu
and Its People
Former Governor Davli? I. Walsh of
Massachusetts sailed for the Orient in
the steamer China last eveuing after
a stay of several weeks in this city.
He said beforvdeparting that he was
now a continued booster for Hawaii and
that he had leurned to love the place
ami the people.
" 1 urn on my way to visit an entirely
new civilization," sail the governor,
"but will bu back , hiire again about
the end ef May to stay another little
while. You have a most glorious conn
try and splendid people. I hope you
nil realize your present opportunities
for mnkiug of Honolulu and the Tslumls
a greut center for trade and tourists.
"I shall ulways look back upon my
visit here as one of the most pleasant,
if not the pleaaauest one I have ever
spent awav from my own citv. 1 ,1
not know how 'to thank, the many good
folk of your city' for the care and ut
tention that I have had while with you.
AT AUCTION BRING $201
At the auction sale of remnants of
the shares 0f the Inter Island Steam
Nuvig.-it mi Company, held vesterday.
eleven shares were Void at 2"l to M -(
-ihe 1 1 i I ton Reno!-. The last
snln noted on the board was on March
in, the price being f?10.
GOVERNOR WH SAILS
By MerchanU' Exchanga '
Hnn Fianciscn Arrived, March !1:,
S a. m. Wtr. (ireat -Northern, hence
March 16. .
San Francisco Arrived, March 41,
Hark R. F. Rithet, hence Feb. 27.
Hilo Arrived, Mmi-h lit, Str. Enter
prise from Man Francisco.
San Francisco Hailed, March 11,
2:30 j). m., Str. S,nomn for Hanoltila.
- Yokohama Hniled, March 14j-fc8tr.
Panama Maru for Honolulu.
Hydney Arrived, March 21, Str.
Ventura, heuce Mureh .
Vokohnma Hailed, Mar. 14, S. 8. Pana
ma Maru fnr Ilniintulii
Delaware H-eakwater- Arrived, Mar.
V- l, ri. n. Fanamun from Hifo Jaa.:S-1.
Kahului Huiled, Mar. il, He. Louise
ror sin r rimeis.-o.
San Francisco Arrived. Mar. 22, liOfl
" p. m., H. H. Lurline In nee Mar.'-14.. i
Sydney A sVived, Mur. 21, H. 8. Ven;
' tura hence Mar. rt.
San Francis, (i Hailed. Mar. 22, Boon,
8. H. Matsonia for Honolulu.
Yokohama Arrived. Mar. 21, S. 8.
t'hiyo Maru hence Mar. H. ' '-
Yokohaiiftt- Sniled, Mar. 21, S. S. Dai-
rieu Maru for Honolulu. . .
Kobe Hailed, Mar. 21, H. R. Shinyo'
. jvisru ror Honolulu. , .
('hemainns, H. ('.Arrived, Mar. 22,
Hkt. Hawaii from Fort Allen Mar. 2.
P0R1 OF HONOLULU.
Htr. Mnuna I.oa'fiom Ifoua and Kan
Krts, -t:.r,ll a. in.
8tr. Mnuna Ken from Hilo, (1:20 a.m.
Htr. Manoa from Han FiuikIsco, 7;40
Btr. Ilokkui Maru from Muroran, 7:C5
I'. 8. S. Alert from Fearl Harbor, 9
Htr. Hierra from Sydney ami Pago
Pago, !h::i) n. m. K
Wtr. Pcisia Maru from San Fran
cisco, ofT lort, It: oil i. in. '
Jap. naval auxiliary str. Tukasaki
Maru, i : :tf n. in.
Htr. Maui from Kauai, 7:30 a. m.
Btr. Persia Maru from San Francisco,
7:40 a. in.
Htr Niagara from Victoria, 8:15 a.
Htr. ('laudiue from Maui.
V. H. Thelis from cruise.
Str. ' It i ii u from Han Francisco.
Str. Maui from Kauai.
Htr. Kinnu for Kauai, 0:15 p. m.
Btr. Mikahula from Molokai, 5:25 p.m.
Htr. Hierra for Han Francisco, 5:50
L'i 8. H. All rt for Pour I H.irbor, .1:30
Htr. Mexican for Kahului, 0 p. m.
Htr. Hhouhoiie for Hawaii, 0:5i p. ni.
Htr. Iiikelike for Kanni, X p. m.
Gaa. sc.hr. Makena for Maui, K:3U
Str. Wilhilmina for San Francisco
10 a. m.
Htr. Manna Kea for lKlo, 10: lo n.
Str. Persia Maru for Yokohama, 2:03
Htr. Niagara for Auckland via Suva,
3:20 p. m.
Jap. naviil auxiliary str. Takasaki
Maru for Japan, 5:55 p. in.
Htr. Manila for Suva and Po t Hwet
tenhuiu. . Str. Mani for Kn iai ports.
Htr. Niihau for F ui.
Str. China for Vokohnmi.
Htr. Makenc I-ft for Muui Mrts but
put back on account of rough weather.
l)y str. Manoa, from San F'ancisco
March 21 Ur. John Andiew, Mrs.
John Andrew, F, M. Maxtor, Mrs. F.
M. Haxter, Mts. I,. A. Heard and in
fnnt J. ('. Hlair, 8. A. H.ooks, E. N.
Hunt, Mrs. K. N. Hunt, Mrs Msrguer
ite t lurk, Mrs. H. M. Colli is, Clifford
Conley, Win. A. Dickf ',wAllen Dickey,
Mrs. Robert L. Kstes, Miss C. O'Hrien,
Miss H. Assaloua, Mies A. Irfwis, J.
K. Foster, Miss 1). Francis, J. 8. Our
dou, Mrs. .1. 8. Gordon, W. H. Harris,
Mrs. W, II. Harris, Leon Honigsbi-rg-ur,
Mis? Katlierine Kraft, J,, M. Mur
phy, Mia. Murphy, Mias A. Nichols, M.
U'Hricn, Mrs. M. O'H-i n, A. Olund,
Miss Pit I. ford, W. J. PlrsUid, Mrs. W.
I. Plogi-ted,- A. Kassiuuseu, Miss Rita
Scho'r., Mis Lilly Hchoir. Miss Muriel
Schol., ti. Scott, Miss Mary 8 xtou,
M. A. Hilvo, Win. Tvor, Miss Helena
VValer, A. Weill." Mrs, A. Weill, Mrs.
H. W uod worth, F.irl Wrnnkle, Mr. and
Mrs. S, hoi', ami Master Hehuls'.
Per I. J. st-. Manuu Kea, from II lo,
Murch 21: F, 1 anger,: A. J. Cuiupbell,
A. H. Ilodson, Mrs. U J. yusulrcll.
Miss H. Hiirke, Miss !. Clcui water,
Miss K. Tn'bot, Mrs. A. H. Cutbinan,
Miss H. Fay, Mrs. M. H. Flora, M ; s. c.
(1. Hhucmalier, Mrs. M. F. Gardner,
Musters (iasrlner C-. C. Ken
nedy, II. I.eiuke und wife, II. Iiwin,
K. C. M i s iall, R. A. Von ig and wife,
W. L. Kobiusoili ami wife, Miss It.
I(. biuson, Masters U ibinioii (2), Mrs.
I. Itubiiisi:i, JmnJio C. F. Parsons, S.
Miyuahi, Mi s M a I- -j . Miss Tukayi,
K. Roe, M s. P. T. Phillips. W. K.
Iti-eereaux. I. Lveiirgus, L. Co, Inian
an. I wife. Chuck Hov, Mis. S Hurtling
and 2 childn n. 'H, L. Halaey, i. P.
I! iwle and wife, "Mrs. Ruliert llniuer,
I. -Hutehiiigs. Mrs. Ha snk I an. I :t chil
ilreu, L. I, Schmidt T. Oulshi, c. K.
King. 8. Tul.euiori, K I'jltvrson and
wife. V. Tnl-n' nwft, H Awiki. F. I'eriv,
.1 It l oi Hmi, I-: . Hurt, (. S.-l nl uiiio,
iJ.iiiiu to, T. I.edisiuu, Ai.uua l.uui
' , -Jl jTl M 4
By str- Sonerna,' from Australm,
Virch t)rri Hojfkili-Mirt -pll
,0' J r,,,utaM Mra, Doutney and
By stt. Mauna Ka,' Xta'rch il'.t-Hilo
.frlf. 'AiJl CanjpbelV A. n.
lfo.fsdn,.TMrs t'J. liuantrll, Miss H.
Bkrf, Miss i; t'learwatcf, ,Mis-K.
Talbot, Mrs. 1 CastlerssnMiss H.
Fay, Mrs. M. B FJor, ;.Mrv C. f.
Shoemaker, Mrs. M. F Gardner, iiie
H Gardner C).'Mt. Oj C. -KeHiM.lv
H. Lemke and wiff. H. Irwin. !., il.
innrsnRii; it. a.- JirtJng and wire, w.
U. Robinsoa and wife, Mi'R. Robin
son, Masters Ifobinson (2). Mrs. I Rob
Jnson, Judge V. F. . Parsons, 8, lyoshi,
Miss Makino, Miss TakSffl. E. Ro.
Mrs. P. T. Ph,lll,s.,. VrV.B. Deveren,
ii. i.yrnrgus, u thnjrnaa nl . wife.
Clmck Hoy, Mrs. H., 1 1 art tins nil two
1 : i i i . . . . V.
rnieii--Ti, n. u. naisey, w. f. Kswiey
d wife. Mrs. Robert Horaar; J. Hut
ehings, Mrs. Hasaki ami three children;
L: L. Schmidt. T.,t)ishi,.C. K. King
Lahaina, 8. Takemori, R. Patterson and
WieY, Tnkakuw-b 8. A wok i. T. Perrv.
J. R. Coelho, K. H.,Hart,Of Bebalbuino,
Mr. Okamoto, T. Lediama, Akaaa Lum
Ko.'. . -
, By C-A. str. Niagara from Vancouver
and Victoria, March 22. , For Houolu
lu Miss O. flold; Miss t. Nohowec,
Mlsa L. (,'aJtiilwH; f, and Mra. W. Bil
ling. MlsaBT -SntUli, Mra. R. Harbold,
Miss M. Ford, Mra. V Hansen and two
children, Miss K. Aites, R. McKensie,
C IVtersobJ .'Tkoma, F. Widdiflebl,
O. Houston, '-r j
By str. Kinau for R'aual,' March 21.
C.'L. JIall, J. 8. Raymond, J. t'nger, A.
Bechert, Major Redington, Misa Dei ft
ert, T. IL Burni. J, Paaraon, Mlaa B. A
Kngelhardt, Miss A. KnMehardt, Mrs.
.1. C. Iligelow, Mr. and Mra. Goy, John
J. Carrelro, J. F. Humhurg, Oeqrg Ro
dlek, G. K. Ilarrisoa Master Miranda,
M.a. Miranda, C. A. Weosle, P. C. Far
well, Miss Farwelh Miss HoOphtailinir.
j Alice Regan,. P. M.' Bwoot B., Oliver,
4. n. n vers, miss v. Hoe, Miea U. Ka
nahele, Mrs. K. Ishida. , '
k By atr. MikahaU for Molokai.. March
21. Miss J. Kahele, !. P Natto.. ,
By str. Sierra for Han Francisco,
March 21 Mi. and -Mra. W. 8.' Berry,
Mr. W. (. Brockenbrongn,' Mrs. M. H
Brown. H. C. C.rf..r xt. ...v it.. t
IK. (Hose. L F. Cortl Mr., f.n.t.n..
Darlington, Master Darlington, Mra. A
Wv Dwyton, Wia")t,TlsvJJ.-. 0. mms
rich, Ma-' Emroerieh, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Gooding Field, Major Jj. O. Fish, M.D.
and Mrs. Fish, Mr. and Mra. E.' V. Oool
man, MissJJ. Gregg, Mr. arwl' Mrs W.
JL CUafflin, Miss M. K. , Batter. John
Lee, Mr. ami, Mrs. W. K; Low, Nelson
Lansing, Waldo- K. Marsh, Edward
Marshall. Admiral J. F. Merry, and Mrs.
Merry, N. C. Myer. C. JMcCarthy, E.
L. Parker, W., G. Plankehhorn. A. Sat
tcr,' Mr;,Hnil jfj. Pf H. -Suffel, Master
Shumwar BtnTeLandtNurae. A. Htev
en, "K. TLr.rTr'oti, J. Wacholder. N. 0.
By T. K: K. str. Persia Maru, for
Xo.HjMwMjnrh 22 Doctor Fan n tie
roy, Miss A. Forct, Mrs. J. Rawak,
By LVA. str. Niagara for Auckland,
March 22 Mr, an 1 MraJJ. A. Bridge,
illsa aml'Master. Bridge, Mr. aad Mra,
U Donbrayguea, Mr. and Mra. ('.. J. and
Mian DiHu-yiu,jJ.MrMsor, Mra;
Ov D. Howard and Infant, Mias C PKV
fortl, 4L .K..Foater, Mr. and Mrs., P. w;
Schola, and jfpijr eJiildcn. Mr. and Mra.
Mi O'Brien and Mia O'Brien. Mr and
Mrs. 'WjPk.gsteal, Miss M. Onter, K.
A. Center, Misa R, (;ottrell, J. p. Egan,
M"lm, laga JJraer 'fMrs. G. Armstrong,
Me.- and Mrs. John , Bran, Misa M. Mc
Wba, MW MOrleI lleu, F. Omb K.
8U Ldg,r,;p;"Mair,' Mail me Melba,
Mr.and Mra.'j2. A. fiUAi ..
By str. WilhelminV for Sar, Franejs
co, Marsh-2Miv.nd Mrs. W. S.
lilau, Wk, A,Bloxmr, Mrs. II. DeHow
er, Miaa. D. Bwedib-yy Mkster (1. A, Ben
uH,"Mrri40, E;irihtt; George Bran
son, Mr. aad Mri ("T. Carnahan, Miss
F.. M. ,C'0KSWeU,- Mra. J. ,M Cogswell,
Mrs. Oodyj'Mt and Mrs. O. (). Carpen
tcr, Mia M. Dutton, Miss G. Donnellv,
Mr. an4, Mra. P.ickinson, W. ,T.
Donnelly, il.J, Eddo, Mrs. L. Foster,
Miss F. Poster, Mine If. Foster, Mr.
L. N. PleUby, .lira. A. Focke, J. cj
Gray,. A. -Gorman,, James F. Gormaa, C.
11. Gonpemian aai Mrs. C, II. Conner
man, Mra.'' James' P. iGorman, Miss F.
Hawkins, WV Lu Uaiha'way, V' II. Jones.
Mrs. L. -tU Kelley,' Duke Kaiianamoku,
Dr. A- Lehmaniy Lawrence, Mr. aad
Mrs. Ii. Lehman,' V.'-Miller, 1). H. Mer
riaai,;Jr4,Mins!,E. MMHachlin, Mrs. P..
F. McGJuchHin, Mias P. V. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. P. Mayer, Dr. and Mrs. H.
Mnndelbaum, Mr.. and Mrs. I). II. Mer
riam, Mr - aad Mra. J. Murphv. Mr. aad
Mrs. B, Mahler, Mr. and Mrs.' 1.. I), Ow
boTne, HC Plevost, Miss J. M. Pierce,
Misa D. Patter-,' Mrs. T. W. Fatter
son, Pi P Preniiaa, Miss L. J. JTeatlss,
F. 8. Radway. W,. T. Rawlins, Dr. B. L.
Kiose, Mias M. Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. A.
8. R'uhL-Dr. ahd-Mrs. C. L. Bexton,
Mrs. C, HparroWrrMias E. 0. Hparrow,
Miss J. Simpson, L. , yScrutton, F. A.
Hcranton, Miss fi. E. Shaw, Miss M. L.
Smith,. Mr. C. Shehlon, Mra. M. Shel
don, Mr. and Mrs. G, 8. Sands, Mra. P.
II. Smith, IL IL' Scovel, J. J. Theobold,
Mr. and Mra. D. A. Taggurt, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Van Vt-lkenburg, (!. Welsh,
Miss M, Weatervelt, Mr. and Mrs. G.
R. Wadswottb, Master , R, Wadsworth
Jr., Mr. and Mr. . Young, Miss F.
Young, P. H. Voung. .
Br. atr. Cblas for Orient, March 23
Mr. Irisuo Spear, Misj Jack J'luin
mer, 8in Vnn; C. H.' St. Hill Mrs. St.
Hill. Misa Phyllis St. Hill, C Palmer,
I). Sherwood, David J. Walsh, Dr. C.
V. Fauntleioy,s Mra.. ( lark A. Hro. k
wav. . ' '
By I. I." St . Maui, for Kauai, March
23. H. C. Kelsall, K. 8eibe't, Rev.
Tse Kei Yiien, Sev. N. C. Schenck. J.
H. Myers, II. Glass, R. Hevdenreick.
. Ll Pollltaer,. A. Gorman, T. J. Fla
vin, I.. D, Timnion. .
pack Jo M exican port
.. ., .-.
(Spouial Maicoolgrkm to "Nlppu Jiji)
BAN VrXnOIROO, Mario 23.
Thirty-seven Japanese laborers arriv
ed here today from .Snlinn Cms were
detained' at the immigration station
at Angel Island. Thev Jeft the M)rt.
cun port ta go to Enseundo, another,
..'.. : .. f w . .... ... . i, . i - . 1
. ii w-.s;o,' oiu ine mi-mchiis re
fused to I alii i theui to land, und they
then came to Ban' Francisco Thev
, will be sent back to Huliua Ciux today.
TIir.lay, March 23, 18l.
Alcxan.ler A flaliwin
Oi lewer .,
Kw Pla-ntntVin Co. .) Jl'j
Haiku Htifixr Co j2fi2,fc
Hhw Agr. Co. , , . .J200
Haw'n Co'l. Qugnr.. 4!
Haw'n Bu'-ar ( o. . . . i 4H
I . . .
llonok:tn l.iar o.
-Toni niii Hngaf Co, .
Hi teb.nson Hug-ir
Knhuku Plant'n Co.
K kaha Hugur Co. .
Kolov. ?ugar Co. . .
McBryde Sugar Co.
Oahu trgar t'o. ...
(daa Siisar Co
(rnomea -Hn'gar Co. .
J'asubau Sngar Co.
Pac. Sugar Mill
Paia Plant'n Co...
Pepeekco Sngar "o.
lloneer MiI .Co. . .. . 47
Han Cnrlrts Mill Co. .J
W aialu Agr. t o., . A
Wailuku ;ignr Co-.-Wro
naiko P. P.fe.if l.
Haw'n Electric Co. .
Hawti. Pine. - Co.. . .
Hilo R. R. Co. jfj.
Hilo R. H. Co, com..
i s- a
I ' -101
Hon. Brew. & Malt-.,
lion, (las Co
m. n. t. Ii. Co. .
I. I. 8. Xat. ,Go....
Mutual Tel. Co
I 20 20
O. R. 1 L. Co
Pahang Riinber Co..
Tanjong Olok Rub. .
40 . 40
Hamtkna Ditch . Jlc
Haw. Irr. Co. iffa. . . . I j....
naw. nr. imp. 4s... 1)01 ,,.,
Hilo R. R. (Is 1W)1 , .( AO j. . . .
Hilo Jt. R. & Ext fi I Sit I AO
Honoksa Sugar ...; 924I mio0
mm. was V.O. ns . . . . . ijn.i 103
" R T. k L. v. fla'105 ,.,.. .....
Ka-ai Ry. Co. fls 100 ......
McBryde Hngar fis..ll00 . 100
Mutual Tel. fs H0 I10 f
OR L. Co. fia. .H 1101
Oahu . HiM'sr s ic.o linau.iioQ
laa Spga' Co Ps. . . Hill .I103KI105
- nr. onnnor r . i o. mill's i . i
Pac Su. Mill Co. i'
Han tailos fts 100 .
BETWEEN B0ASD8 .
O'ai, 31. H. tioil, 15, 2T5. 75, 100, 17.V
flO. 50. ISO. 2.V 17 T.0; , lilt, inn so
17.2'X.: McB-de, l.V 2V -t3. VKlstKl!
2HV5O0. C'K,,23I. 110. 10(1. 12.78; Mk-
ll.. .l IT" 'l. . . ... ...
. .jiiij ua, i, ij,, ij'i, .vni, oil, ti,
I7j. I3.S7U: O.ih.i Hna Vi 9n Tn
2'10, 60;100, 100, 21! .S."i.0r, Plenee,
w. k, .0. j'U.. . jn - 47.00:
Ewa. 20, 70.. 5. Jt.59; H. C7. 8. Co.,
100. 25. 40.S7K.J Ws.'! . In 4jt art or,!
fioaaa,', f.: ' iw lo, io, eoioo!
"'; ssssiotr sales ' .";,', ,
, Ewa, 50)"io "t'laVSIt; M"eB yde, 200,
W). 200. 14.0.1: (ln 111 A t 7i.
OIa. "UI, BO, 100, Hh 1 0. 100, 25.23,
l7ji7V;. TuirB OI''. 5 4", 40.00;
Haw. Pine. Co., 5, 41.00. .
. V '-March 22," .914.
Bv vote of the I r. ATM kt rVnnsnAO
Sugar wpany- at a mect'Bg held to-"
dav. Os extra dividenH nf t't ,. .1-
Vki-ed, due ajid pavable on April 20,
lunir wif n inn re war Sjfc. fltviilend,
makino- a total luvmnit nf vt r
per shr, air0sli'; tTSfldo.
o8:...fy.l, biHrti idvUs);
Parity i-,.i ' , , .' -
90 f (F0r law. . Sugar) g.77
Prominent Hawaiian vVWoman
Passes Out After Long Illness
Mr. Julia Colburn, wif of John T.
Colburn, of 1062 Ki'nat street, died in
the Berctanla Sanitarium at three forty-five
yesterday afteraoon. Th do
ceused had been ailing during (lie 'past
s'x months and was operated on last
Saturday. ' - r" - ;' ;:', ' "
The funeral services w'U ba lield In
the residence a"t ihree oVlock tbla af
Uuiipotu."Hey, M,..H. .Parkei;..pator of
the K'awaiahao Cburc.h, ofliciatioK. The
interment will take place In the family
pTof,"Nuu'auu "ccnieterr. ' '
.( Thodoceaeefl -was born t. yVaihee,
m.aui, on P, JWB,. nj would have
been Bfty-eeven year old en the eighth
of.th eomirfg month.' Mrs. Colbur was
well known, in -fh extlusiv. Hawaiian
social circles, " She was a . good wife,
a tender mother and an excellent neigh
bor. ,,: . ,', ..... .. .-.., .
Beaide ( her husbaa-l, John T. C-ol-burn,ti(nager
of the apioant Estate
had oho of th foremost Hawaiiabs of
t h day, fourteen- ehildren kurvlv their
inothep-jflve b former marriage and
uine bv the latter, These are (iiovan
ni A. Long, Attorney Carlos 'A. l.ong,
Mrs. B.f ll. height,' former Bepreaen
tutive Lisa, Av (1 Vv-'Kn Antoaiao . A.
Loiv?, Jqhn T, Colburn ITI.Mr. H. 1.
Sinipsoti, Mis Julia Colburn,1 Miss ltia
CidbarD.j Mi Helen. IVIUirn, Jdij
PI'Hades olbijro, Appittiiul Long, Misa
Kacuajl.png and. Miner Long. ; i . ",
rub it. nrr (
: A KnP'). ."-." I'Hi'K , rneuinn-1
Iuji) can, not be our. wjtfcoiit, titklr(j
nauseous medi-ine, , Cbariiliorlain "a 'iu
Boliu laAssflged ihoroiwhly bit a Ihe akin
DAK e,urd fa rf mute rt uiuntism thar
tiy Internal reiiiedy In existence and
ivet relief (iilekr. Fun aal hy all
deal ra . Hemvtn. Hniita ft Co., Ltd.,
.igeut. for Hawaii, ,
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