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SALMON, FLOUNDERS, SOLE; ANT) SMELTS FROM
MAINLANDFRESH AND DELIpUsl-, t . ,.
New Zealand Butter
Metropolitan Meat Market
The HdmeTu! Mil fofTreland haSTtfJn tarlns tflod from the tajmy; 1
gone . thttugfc tbehooae of commons
with a majority of 110.
The parcel post service received
letter from a Oeorgia farmer asking
bow to wrap and stamp a baby for
shipment He adopted a Chicago baby
and wants it sent to him.
A Los Angeles barber Is suing Jack
Barrymore, who punched the barber's
face when the latter insisted on cat
Uag Juck's hair against his wishes.
Wood row Wilson 'has called off the
Inaugural ball to the sorrow of society
leaders and merchants who expected
to profit thereby.
Dr. ' M. 42. Clark of San Francisco
performed a startling operation in
making a new joint for a dog's brok
en leg. The socket was of silver with
a diamond pivot. .
James R. Keene left his fortune of
from $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 to his
Evelyn Thaw,1 tho woman In. the
faasoBB murder trial, recently testified
that -she Is penniless
The king or Sweden-has advised a
generous appropriation for the world's
fall" at San Francisco. ' ?
Cipriano Castro, held at Ellis island
as an undesirable aliens has demanded
his immediate release by the United
Statea. . "t
A Pi tutu rg man named Bernhardt
declares tbe "divine Sarah" was a
member of his family,' born to Ohio,
traveled tt state3 as a "barastormer'
and oieveraw Paris until she was IS
Snow in tho Sierra Nevada moun
tains is heavier than for twenty years.
Traffic movements are- blocked '
?Cermanjr;1a atms4 of aiding Tur
key by delaying the. note the Powers
Intended to present to the Porte. .,
The wife of Olaf Tveitmoe;the con
victed labor leader; has raised $70,000
bonds 16 set bet' buttrand out tot JaB
pending ; trial by. a higher court.' .::
Los t Angeles aikrtw is lorbe made
impregnable Wltb fortification that
win cost fs,soo.ooe;. 4. : ;. -
.Tbe Atlantic eajnshlpi.pool baa
been broken br the Canadian and the
ilamburg-American line. A- rate war
is expected obti. - -' "
The son of General -Booth, Charles
Brandon Bootb f Montclalf, K. J., has
list been married:, to Miss Naomi
on ? charge of manslaughter, his vi
airs, uus nanun. wire of the form- During the past month the offlc-rs
cr prizeflghter. will lead a troop cf in the vaiious branches of Odd Fct
cavalry suffragettes from New York, lowstlp have been installed by the
to Washington to participate in the District Deputy Grand Sire, Harry T.
pre-inaoguration parade. Hoiliran. P. Q. P. C. P accompanied
A pitched battle between Shanghai by the district deputy grand officers,
officials and 1000 armed supported of The officers of the various lodges
the opium traffic resulted in the death installed are:
of twe persons and serious injury of I Polynesian Encampment No. 1
wany. j Chief patriarch, R. A. Woodward; sea-
Mine Tetraziini was enthusiastical- tor warden. M. W. Tschudi: Junior
17 greeted on her arrival in Chicago ' warden. R. Cheatham; scribe L. I La
and ' announced that her wjll power , Pierre; treasurer, w. wood,
had struggled against temptation in j Excelslon Ledge No. 1 Noble grand,
the form of pancakes and syrup and A. 11. Myhre. Tice graad, A. G. Horn;
won. i secretary. L. L. La Pierre. P. Q.; treaa-
A yoang woman stenographer 0f j urer. E A. Jacobson. P.. O. . ,.
San Francisco has been arrested on ' . Harmony Lodge Io..3L Noble grand,
a charge of annoyiag Walter Speyer, Cheatham; vice grand. C. H.
a handsome business man of the city.f Brown; secretary, P. Smith. P. .O.;
lie claims that she was In the habit J treasurer, JBIcknelL;
ipf calling him up some nineteen times Pacific Rebekah Lodge Na 1 Noble
a day. - grand. Ullle Uhaimers; vice grand.
A. A. Bach, chief deputy state fire f? Wchardj; secreUry.
H marshal, testified before the Chicago i013' treasurer, Annie Bidinger. r.
Bailey . of Loekport N. . Y.r Booth is TPuWIc lansda . la - Wywxnlng anil Colora-. any. JRebekah degree; team In- the or
HE1LBRON A LOUIS, Props. TELEPHONE
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nrTe Solidt Ydur Investments in
v Quiritsntf Profits.
M&'B TOT ON & CO., Inc.,
8an , trancUeOf California'
First National Bank Building
w . .--.,s. -v
.court to tne existence of a plan of
tofganixed incendiarism in the city
' It Is rumored that . in spite of tho.
opposition of heading Democrats,
woodixw Wilson will appoint Colonel
PoelhAla - governor, general of the
Panama .canal zone. . ..
ArOfnto Adams, who twenty-three
years ago amassed a fortune as self
crowned "kingT of ; an, island, in the'
Caribbean sea has just tiled at the
jags, ot 78 in, a Boston hospitaL Of
Jate years he has been a Connecticut
farmer. . - .
' Cipriano Castro, former president of
yenesuela and inciter of revolutions,
was forbidden entrance to the United
States because during his detention at
Ellis island he had admitted "commis
sion of crime hd felony, involving
moral tarpHttde." ;.:r
Three Californians. were awarded
taedals for heroic acts' by- the Carne
gie hero committee. All three were
for rescues front drowning. : :
' The 'Union Pacific raHrn&rt:Ia nlan.
ning to lease the Central Pacific from I
the -Southera Pacific . j Olive. Rebekah No. 2 are each active
; The ; houafe committee on . expend! J lodges - with a tnetnberghlp of 151 and
tares, haa adopted n report asserting 102 respectively ; both lodges - hate a
that .Senator Warren, as the head of ;well organised, . well drilled degree
th Warren dJveetock company, had team which confers the degrees in a
maintained- anlawful lnclosures of : manner that will bear comparison to
Olive Rebekah Lodge, No, J Nob)
grand, Janet Dewar; vice grand, Alice
Samson; secretary, , usan Lando;
treasurer, Rose Lando, P. N GJ; .4 . .
Odd Fellowship Grows Fast. : .;
OddL Fellowship during tbe last year,
as reported' by the? grand aire, has
increased by f 1,437. members; , 503
have taken higher degrees as embod
ied in the encampment.. whHe the Re
bekah lodges gained 20,501 members.
The total. membership of the I. O. O.
F.-was 2,080941- The' total receipts
for the year, were $1803106; funds
paid out for relief were $5J54.27Lt4;
tlte L O. Q.;F. have in Invested fund
$63,331,213.87. r ;x -1 i
Tbe order in these Islands is in, a
most flourishing condition. - The two
subordinate lodges, t Excelsior, Na 1
and Harmony. No. J, each have nearly
150 members, with receipts of about
$2,500 teach, whflo each has paid out
nearly,; $1800 in . sick benenta in the
past -year.; ... - .1-
Paclflo . Rebekah Lodge No. 1 and
This Sign on a Property Insures a Square Deal
AO oOtn liuyer ana oeuer
Acres fine residenco'propcrty xn Wsiklki Beach.
C2 acres 'agricultural Land, Kalihi $11,000.00
46,800 sq. ft Nuuanu street 6,500.00
49,953 sq. ft. Judd Street 5,000.00
20.742 sq. ft. improved property, LAinalilo street b.uvu.uu
Improved property, AnapunI street 4,inw.uu
' f , 9,375 sq. ft. lmi
V 7 Hawaiian T
Trust Co., Ltd., 923 Fort SL I
the headiof the Volnutefers of Amei
lea. :..-r'.. ; -N V' ' v
, President Taft wonld rival Hobsoif
If he granted all the requests for, Kiss
es be has received since he thus hon
ored little. Phyllis Wistrand.-1 Twenty
two doting - parents i and.. guardians
have solicUedithe favortfbr their, ehil
4ren.- yi. .:--S'-- ':' . '
-Because- of a i newspaper-, article , in
sinuating that Norway was the.haven
I for, thre iiodr meats of American, ship
j4ersbe-. Norw'egiamr - are : aroused
against . tne tnjportauon 01. American
' -Av French: farmer, who . had disap
peared wired his wife to send money,
saying-he-had bee hound and gagged
and, rotbed. He ended -the telegram
in. true French style Am (.weeping
copiously.' ; --'v;--.-..-' ;' ' ' -;
: Ah old Roman viaduct has bOen-dis-covered
in perfect condition and it
may be. atillied ifor carrying thet water-
tobstIa. ;n-5"'V-f;--tv:v;.: ' c-
The. French, government has forbid
den the use of scurrfloualy decorated
stamps a favorite means of the royal
ist partisans U show contempt for the;
republic. - '.---I. ? - ' - ' -
Echool boys von the isle , of Wight
are being taught cookery and show
signs of excelling the girls in the art.
The youths will tfrobably be In great
demand. later on .as rwives" for, suf
fragettes. ' w ";'-t V . . ; ..
vi Two hundred ...thousand cattle,
horses and goats and 467,000 sheep
and goats will be permitted to graze
on the national forests of California
In 1913. y: : '
" A member tut the Austrian parlia
ment spoke for sixteen hours before
the lower house in a debate on mobi
A ScottlsVAttstrallan at present- In
Uondon has' invented a method of
shipping irresh fish without ice. I He
claims the- fish will be better pre
served and and the cost nt shipping
Blossom Seely, formerly a chorus
girl with Kolb and Dill, has been di
vorced by her husband, Joseph Kane,
because of her escapades with Rube
Marquard, the famous baseball
A package of fresh skunk hidea sent
by s-trapper through parcel post rath
er lowered the new system In the opin
ion of the mall clerks at Decatur, 111.
Because 4 he was1 too good a book
keeper, it will probably go hard with
William J. Clayton, who has been ar
rested 'in Boston for six robberies of
ticket offices in Pennsylvania and
New York. A list of all the robberies
with the amounts taken was found in
Mrs. Irene Harris has demanded
$1,000,000 from the White Star line for
the loss of her husband, Henry Har
ris, -theatrical manager. The 'widow
of Francis' D. Millet, the artist, has
filed a claim for $100,000. The total
claims will exceed $10,tW0,O0O. .
Moving pictures are being used by
the Illinois Central railroad to illus
trate the possibilities of economy in
fuel. A lecturer accompanies the car,
stopping at every dlvlsibu point.
The water supply for half of Hough
ton county, Michigan, was shut off by
the caking of tee over an Intake pipe.
The ashes of a Japanese woman
who died in San Jose were forwarded
to her home in Japan by parcel post.
An Oklahoma undertaker has been
indicted for shipping liquors into Ar
kansas. He packed the liquors in cof
fins. A St. Louis railroad clerk 'just
naturally" forgot to keep an appoint
ment to claim a legacy of $62,500.
In a Milwaukee street fight, one
man with an unspellable name) bit
the thumb of a second man with
longer name) and is now being he'.d
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Hawalt has "got ithorlght 1 spWt.
Throughout 'the" entire vdyage, we
were VfeYeri tedred :i heXter recep
tioh'than the fone it Konclulu," was
the statement made by hunorcds of
the 'Cleveland passengers fast evening
as a bevy - of' pretty Hawaiian girls
clambored aboard the big liner from
, -t. .
the promotfoacoumittee's latineh and"
rrated "each of the tmie 'hondred l
party during the conrse of the dinner,
."and . I believe i this is : the best ice
cream IJbate -ever, eaten.; .Vi-."
I ' "There -fs- an Interesting story con
nected With 'the ice cream," answered
one of .the officers tTou-see, this Ice
cream is all made )n New York,, and
We took this shipment aboard the day
the steamer, left; there several months
ago; We keeD it In cald storaee on
uecuraieu . eatu- ui wiw uiree unureut in Steamer ana 'onen It . Utl SS - we
and eighty-eight tourists with ieis, tbet need ltJfvV ?
T,e:: . This Httle story Is only one of the
iiiiu-majwi rem u uic nuwi t ,
the httle launch, the promotion com
mittee tarty ief t the wharf at tBe foot
of Fort street as soon-as the smoke
of the world cruising liner was visible
over- quarantine island, f On the roof
of the cabin Vere piled nearly four
hundred beautiful lets, the sift of the
promotion .committee to the tourists.
For nearly an . hour . tbe v little boat
cruised around the big liner before be
ing discovered by the passengers. Who
immediately rushed to the ' rail eager
to catch their first : glimpse of what
they expected, perhaps, to be an out
rigger canoe filled with ' Hawaiian
girls dressed in grass skirts. Joyful
greetings were exchanged tiack and
forth, and then the girls broke into
"Aloha Oe and other Hawaiian melo
dies which brought bursts oi applause
from those who-crowded the decks of
the big liner. . v
, When, the signal was. finally, given
that the Cleveland had withstood Suc
cessfully the rigid inspection of the
doctors and the custom .house, offi
cials, the girls, headed by Mayor Fern,
his secretary, H. P. Wood and others
of the party, clambered up the gang
plank armed with myriads of leis, and
were received with shouts of .welcome
by the tourists? As it luckily happen
ed, the greater number of passengers
retreated to the dining saloon immedi
ately after inspection, and ifivasTrere
that the Hawaiian girls passed among
them, placing a beautiful lei around
the neck of each. .
"Are they made of real flowers?"
asked one of the ladies, as sue took
the lei from around her neck and ad
mired it as only one who is fond of
flowers can. "It does not seem pos
sible; are they all made of real flow
ers? wuen soe was mrormea mat
ell of the real Hawaiian leis are made '
of genuine flowers, she immediately
insisted on having a "real" carnation .
tel. i which' was given her.- By good I
luck, the number of leis which had
been brought out was sufficient to gO(
more than arouna, ana, ot course,
hundreds of interesting, facts which
accompany, the voyage. Thanksgiving
at Bombay, India; the interesting Ger
man Christmas for. -the. youngsters
aboard the ltner; the moonlight danc
es in the Orient, and a horde of other
happenings which would fill a book.
-When the 'Cleveland pulled . up at
Alakea wharf , at, about: a. quarter of
nine o'clock, the passengers were
greeted with the strains of. the Star
Spangled '.Banner, and hats went . off
and the loyal Americans cheered with
all their might. .'u. . ... k
: "It is Just like getting hack to Amer
ican soil," said one of the passengers,
"and we are proud of the tact that the
United States has Hawaii as one of
The German passengers were not
tcrgotten, however, Tor although he Is
an American citizen, the remembranc
es of the Fatherland are : strong . in
LHerr Berger, and following the Ameri
can national air. the Hawaiian band
struck Hp "The Watch on the Rheiu,"
end then It Was that the German tour
ists contributed their Share of the en
thusiasm. The promotiqn committee is to be
complimented on the rousing success
of the entire undertaking. That it was
a great success may be judged by the
opinions which the passengers had of
the","welcome. The delegations of
Snriners and Elks which went aboard
did much toward making their broth
ers of the vessel have a Joyous wel
come to Hawaii nel. The Shrlners
had arranged for an automobile trip,
which wa3 made soon after the steam
er had docked. From the statements
made by the passengers, Honolulu gave
the tourists a welcome that will never
be forgotten, and many of them ex
pressed themselves as already plan
ning on taking a trip to Hawaii in the
"I think that it was a great under
taking," said Secretary Wood, of the
promotion committee. "There was not
a passenger on board that was not en-
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We are the largest dealers in Curios
in the Islands.- s We specialize in;
' Silk Bravn Vorl:
;,''Grais 'Linen '
Havaii;ti Soutii Sea3
rTouag Bnhdirig:'''-Bishop Strcot
;-r.AiZi. ojt year. "
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there were many who were eager to thusiastic over the welcome they re
have more than one. When the girls ceived on their arrival at Honolulu,
had fished their distribution, they(When the Cleveland again makes this
were heartily applauded and thanked Prt 1 think we shall have to plan
by the passengers, and from that time even a greater reception
on Honolulu commenced to gain even
more favor in the minds of the tour
The entire estate of the late White
law Reld, which amounts to between
Mayor Fern was presented to the $10,000,000 and $20,000,000, has been
captain of the vessel and then to the;,eft nncoaditionally to his widow, who
passengers, a3 was Secretary Wood,18 Kea 10 msjee tne necessary provi
of the promotion committee and the ' fcim ,or t&e children,
rest of the party. Following this, un-l The wreck on the Lackawanna rail
til the time the Cleveland docked at j rad near Corning, N. Y., last July was
Alakea wharf, the party was enter-, caused by an engineer who was drunk
tained at dinner by the officers. j tne night before and only slept three
"The diuing service on the Cleve-jbours before going on his run. Forty
land is certainly fine," said one of the! people were killed.
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