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Paelfic Stated election.
Rose Croix Communication
Honolulu Commandery Regu
lar 7:30 p, m,
All visiting members of tl)
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meeting! of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. t, I. 0. O. P.
Meeti every MoDday evening at 7:30
lu I O, O FT'Hal, Fort itreot.
U. 11. HENDUY. Secretary.
C. O. IIOTTEL. N. 0.
Atl visiting brother verr cordlallr
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Mctti every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock Id K. of P. Hall, K!u
itreet. VUltlnr brothera cordially In
vited to attend.
X O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
P. VALDHON, K.R.9.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
'Meeta every Friday avoalrg at
K. P. Hall, King itreet. at 7:30. Mem
ber o; Mystic Lode, No. 2, Win. Mc
Klnlsy I.odgn, No. 8, aud visiting
brother cordially Invited.
' General Business.
A. D. BOND, C. C.
A. 13. KENWAY, K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. B.,
will meet lu tbslr ball, un Miller
and BereUula atreeti, avary Friday
By order of tbe K. R. .
HARRY H. SIMPflOlt,
H. B. MURRAT, E.R.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. t, K.if P.
Ueeti every 8aturday evening at
f:0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
atreet Visiting brotbera cordially In-
rt to attend. . . .
M. M. JOHNSON. 0,0.
E. A. JACOB80N, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. I.
Meeti on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
lelock In K. ot P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Eagle are Invited tr at
lead. BAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. It M.
., , . . , ,. Uodd. Stewart Dunbar, Miss M. Fair ' wnB ln,t lleari1 from-
rsin'iv ol 3h lr 1 n J? r I " r, Miss 41. Furrier, II. P. The game between thu Rapid Trail-
rRIDATofeacl,monthlnl.O.O.r.jKJllit Jr , Koclu. ;,..;; sll and 10th Infantry will not tnku
' Visiting brother! cordially Invited to I """' Kockc. J. II. sicdgo, Mrs. w. Plc totlay. On account of Inclement
ttend. 'L. Borvhnni. 4Isk Eva Focke, .Mlssl wt'ntllcr " ha hevn Istiotfl until
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem. .Main Focfce, FrnnclH Hatch. 4lrs. A 1I:3U " T,l,'s'la' ,1,,xt '" ,llu League
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.11, Umiimy 1- do I.obcl. A. B. Long ru",1-
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each moath at San An. onto
1UU, Visitinr nrointra coraiauy in-
We want to remind you,
business men, that you should
have that delivery wagon of
, (-yours repaired.
We can repair It right and
at the right price.
Why not ask us "How
27 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZCIGLER Manager
W. R Patterson,
HOTEL 4 UNION STREETS.
PHONE MAIN 361.
H0K8LULU IRON WORKS
''improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty, Particular atten
tion paid ,to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at anonesi nonce.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA A Uniilg, .Miss Klsle J. Do Lenulg
TURITY CO., LTD. II P. Lyman, Mrs. II. P. Lyman. J.
1 j A. 4IcKenzlo, It. N. 4IcLean, John W
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In- Pead, 4Irs. John W. Pead, II. RuJ
vastmetit Seeurltlei. I1110111I, .Mrs. II. Redmond and two clill-
Otflce: Melntyre Bldq., Honolulu, T.H.I , ,., w aiieniiard. Cbas. H.
938 FORT St!
Id DtciM JJ X
Whlaky gj ,
; tmii Toi5w I IT . Sm
-',. .-i"Z ft
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE AT
Friday, December 14.
S S Siberia, Zeeder, fium San l-'ran
Cisco. 11 a in.
Thursday. Deicmhcr I J.
S. S Sonoma. Trash, for Colonics,
::ii 11 in.
I' S A T ThoimiH, l.ynaiu,
(liiaiii ami Manila. 4 11. 111.
S S. Siberia, Zeeder. for llu- Oiluit
tit U 111.
Pit S. S. Slberlu. from San Kran
line,!). Dec. 14, II n. 111. l-'or Ilonolu
In: Sirs, I). II. WI1III11. Mis. a. Mar
Un, David Anderson. Mri. David A'n
dersun, II l, llatdwin. 1:. I,, nine I
I nam, .Mrs. is. i,. iiinghnui, E. F. Dish
op, N. It. Drown, Mrs. F. A. llurke
Arlliur llurke, S. II. Burton, Mrs. S
II. Ilurlon, A. N. Cnmpbell, Miss 'C.
J Carter. .1. II. Castle, Cbas. Chris
IciiHc-n, K. 41. Crehore. .Mrs. P. 41.
Crciioro nod maid, .Miss S)hll Crehoro
P. J. Cross. Mrs. P. J. Cross. Muster
Cecil Cross, P. II. Damon, C. L. Dcu- thought that ho missed connections be
ny, .Mrs. C. L. Denny nnd son, Allen i tween Manilla nud Mindanao, where, hu
1 Ml'H. A. II. Liiliir .Inu A Itiwii !i.
... ... ,,.,"'... J, :,,.,' ;""
- ( ... if, ijiii. 4SIID,
VV. IL .Mnrvln, .MIhk Adellno II. Mur
vlu, .Miss Mathena, P. A. (1. Moss
clmurt, T. Odowda, 4lrs. T. Odowda
Master John Odowda, .Master James
Odowda, .Mrs. 4t". Phillips, two chil
dren ami Hcrvntil; 4Irs. C. W. Ithoiltc
Mlns J. Rlcliards, K. S. Illgdon. .Mrs
K. H. Rlgdnn. Mrs. O. S. Robertson
,S. Suudvliiis, Mr. Thoiupsou, O. O,
Traphagun, .Miss .Mnigarut Walker, B.
M. Woodhull, .Miss M. Ladd, Miss 41
Taylor. For Yokohama: .Miss Ocr
I1111I0 Davis, K. Lblhnta, Anthony E.
Kaesar, 41 rs. Anthony E. Kausar,
Lolcq do Lobel, .Mrs. Lolcq do Lobul
.Miss G. do Lohel, .Miss C. du I.obcl
S. S. McKce, Mr. .Mlilsusakl, Henry
II. .Miller, Rev A. 41. Ozawa, Hon
Constantino 1:. Pfnffus, Rev. W. Sa
kaltlbara, Chun. T. Strauss, Geo. T.
Wakinioto, .Mrs. Geo. T. Waklmoto,
I). Walaiiaho For Kobo: 11. iBhlgnwa
For Nagasaki: Mrs. K. H. Fretz. 41iss
Mary S. Fretz, Rev W. do L. Kings
bury. For Shanghai: 41lss I, L.
Ilrooks, Rov. W. II. Johnson, 41rs. W
It. Johnson, Rev. W. II. Lacy, 4Irs
W. II. Lucy, .Miss Lacy, W. A. .Main,
Mrs. W. A. .Main ami thrco children.
41188 A. Powell, Hniold Richards Jr.,
R. L. SlmMn, Mrs. R, L. Slnikln,
Miss Winifred Stout. John A. Wilson
Jr. For Hongkong: R. E, Abenhclm
Mrs. It. n. Abenhelin, W. W. Barclay,
Mrs, W W. Barclay, Capt, T. A.
Campbell . L. u. Case. Mrs. H. T.
Cook, .Miss Guitriulo Drlusbach, II.
M l'oulds. 41. It. Finch, 4Irs G. K.
Gelm and ilniighler, W. 8. Haldeman,
Mrs. W. S. Ilnlduman, Rey. Isaac B
Harper, .Mis, Isaac II, Harper, Mist
Wlllma A. Keck. Win. 11. King, G.
41 Lad; C. II. Lavers, 4Irs. C. II
' Laveib, Mrs. J, II. Lunulg, Miss Mund
.Thompson. Mrs. Clms. H. Thompson
l'Uirn ii" nuumireiv liciii Ht
There Is probably a want ad. In
this Issue of much more Interest to I
you than to any other person In this'
city. To nealect to find It would be4
as wise as to neglect to open a teie.
gram addressed to you
Autoa for nil eat Ter Stable
Jm'yi' Up Holt I" to In- , o'lMrtMilnlnil.
Best nip of colTee in tbe ill) New
1 Etitlaml Bakery
Whittiey & .Marsh villi rr-maln open
Ladlfs thMf arc exiellent gifts tor
iiifn at the Myrlle Cigar store. 1
.Mrs I). II Whlllii iirrheil from the
Coast on Hip HILcrla lliln iiioriiliiK.
II. 1' llalilwlu, the well known plan
tation owner, was among the Sllierla'n
, An Inipiesl will he held thli iifler-
nboii on the drowning cane of the late
1 .las (llrvln.
A N C'ulnpliell returneil on the Si
beria toilnv from a bunim-si trip 10 1
San Kranrlsoo. I
MrH. C. W. Rhodes, wife of City IM
llor RIkkUk of the Htar. win a panseii 1
Kcr on Die Hlherla.
Mi. and Mrs, llermauu Kooke ami
(ntnMy came back nu the Siberia aftei
a lone vacation trip.
I'. A. (1 .Mosichaerl, rheiulst of one
I Of the. planlnlloiiM on this Inland, came
In 011 the Siberia today. ,
A bill of exceptions was filed tills (
moriiliiK In the case of Hurry T .Mlll.
, etxus John 8. Walker
MlflM M Kalrweather. Hlnler of l)r
Kalrweather. returned from the main
' land on the Siberia today
James A. I.owe, inaniiKer of the Ho
nolulu plantation, returned from the
1 Coast on tbe Siberia today.
.MrH, K. R. Day' new book. "Th'i
I'rlnceHs of Malum." has Just been le
celved by Hawaiian Noun Co. 1'rlo
It was expected that thu grinding '
I Ewa mill would commence on .Monday
but the heavy ralni muy ueccsHliate a
Judge A. II. Lindsay was ill the dock
I till morning to meet the Siberia, which
I brought .Mrs. Lindsay hack from a tr!,i
I to thn mainland
O, (I. Trapliagen, tbe local architect
,wlio Ii.ih been In San I'runclsco nliun
I the earthquake, reurned to this city oil
; tbe Siberia today.
K, Kuxou lllslioji lelurned on the Si
beria today from a trip to the Coast,
. wiierv he lias been lo fcctllu the eslnle
for I of bis late brother.
I A special session of Aloha Temple,
1 A. A. O. N, M. S., will bo held ill I'ro-
grcsM Hall this cicnlng for the ti ans
ae lion of Important business.
The I'arla illwircii case was (011II11
uod yeHterday by Judge Lindsay until
tomorrow morning, as thu Judge wkj
not uhle lo bu In court today.
The trial of thu libel ngulust the
Meamshlji Ncbrasknn, brought by Km I
Wcldmiui, will tnko place before Judg
Dole in tlio United Hiatus court tomor-
John Manelllno has been uppolntiii
appialser In the rstntu of Julia Anthnn
Paty. lo lake the place of W. R. Sims,
who lelt the country suddenly 11 short
l'rof. Ucnlon, the apiarist, did not
arrive In the Sherman, as expected. It
Mr. nud .Mrs. Crehoiu and family aud
4llss Cordelia J, Carter arrived on the
Siberia today. r.Ms. Crehoro uud 411x1
Carter are sisters of Governor Carter,
who met them at Hie dock when the
J, B Sledge, who was n passenger
on the Shi-rldau when she was
wrecked, and stayed here for some
time 011 that account, returned on the
Slberlu today and expects to make his
linmn 111 tlilu nllii
HILONIAN MAY NOT RUN
(Continued from Paaa 1.)
needed by thu Navigation Company lu
Its sugar business, which will ho
ready as soon as thu next trip has
been completed. Captain 4Iatsou Is
very largely Interested in the Hoiio-I
Iulirplantatl6ri and In other plantations '
on Hawaii, and his two boats, thu En t
terprlse and the llllonlan, will be kept '
busy handling' thu product or this kind '
and would have little time to spare I
for the oxtra trip to thu Northwest
which consumes at least ten days of
valuable tltno and does not bring the
result which was expected.
The freight from Portland on the
llllonlan has never been very heavy
with thn possible, exception of the last
trip, and oven then tho larger part of
the cargo was consigned to tho Hono
lulu plantation and would have been
carried by tho Mutson boats, no mat
ter where It was purchased. It Is
doubt ful If Ibo Portland run has do
much more than pay a small rale of
Interest on tho money Invested,
BRUNER LOSES SUIT
lu tho case of Win. W. Iliduer v
Louis Andrade, In which Brunei'
brought uctiou against Andrade to 10
cover damages In thu sum of 1173.20,
the court yesterday gave a decision
In favor of thu defendant, aud charg
ed the court costs, attorney's couiiuIh
slon and attorney's lues against the
8Jgf-"For Rent" cards on salt 1
tht Bullitln offlea.
EVENING BUU,ETJN, HONOLULU. T. H., riUDAY,
1 KBaBPnt r
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDINQ, FORT 6THCET,
Over May A Co,
vla3WiSgawSafltk vgf&p ..ro,,
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
JEWELRY and CURIOS
You are looking for a CHRISTMAS PRESENT. HERE IT IS.
EVERYTHING IS NEW AND WILL PLEASE YOU.
CURIOS and JEWELRY
1004 FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
One of the sublimest things in the
ord is plain truth.
These suggestions may not be sublime but they are plain truth.
Sensible Gifts for Smokers
It's sensible to give him what he wants, Isn't It?
If he smokes, he'll want to smoke again, won't he?
Thtn why not get him a box of KEY WE8T, PORTO RICAN,
ROUGH RIDERS, ADELINE PATTI or HAWAIIAN CIGARS? Ei
ther of them Is a capital good smoke; the choice lies with the
price you wish to pay.
"You'll Want Something He'll Keep"
Well, truthfully now, what would be a more substantial and ap
preciated present than one of these? A Pipe, Cigar or Cigarette
Holder, Matchbox, Tobacco Jars or'Pouchcs, or, best of all, a pretty
Humidor Box made to hold cigars and keep them fresh.
There is a big assortment of these goods here and they are
priced RIGHT. Why not come in and see them? You are wel
come to look,
' FiUpatrick Bros..
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
THE COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
Ltd,, will handle the entire
stock of FURNITURE and
WOVEN WIRE MATTRESSES
manufactured by the Honolulu
Woven Wire Mattress Co. Any
thing In this line will have to be
Purchased through them.
J. S. BAILEY.
DEC. 14, 1906.
IT8 HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI
ZATION. ALrHCD BATES, M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, rdltarluChlef v
Tlie Drama Is llluitrited v.lth hundreds of fine reproductions of
world famous paintings.
Bound in red half Morocco, with onyx sides, In 20 volumes.
With this set there will be given complimentary, "The World's
Tlfty Great Operas" introduced by Qulseppe Verdi, bound In five
beautiful portfolios, elegantly Illustrated,
The combination of "The Drama" with "The Great Operas"
make a library In Itself or a valuable addition of any library.
BOLD FOR CA8H OR EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
WM; C. LYON CO,, LTD,,
Fort and Hotel Streets (upstairs)
GEAR QIVES FACTS
(Continued from Page 1)
lug nut. One of these men was a
while oinclul, The oilier was a Japan
"Sargent asked these men what
they were saying to the Japanese
They said they were directing them lo
go into thu planters' building. The
Japanese said that he wns an employe
of the Japanese Consulate. He was
directing them to the planters' shed,
ihecaiiHu there there weru Homo oilier
men whoso business It was to inui.e
memoranda of their passports for tho
use ol thu Consulate.
"Sargent Investigated tho inaltcr
I nit her, and ascertained that tho men
lifer led to In the planters' shed were
paid by thu Planters' Association, He
expressed his surprise at the fact that
ithu Japanese Consulate, should direct
tlie inunigrnuiH 10 mu planters sneu.
'lie was also surprised when hu was
"told thut there were at times three or
four guards In the shed, 1 did nut
tell him this, as I had only hcch one,
l.ut hu got this Information from an
"Sargent asked thu Consular em
pluti why the Consulate had estab
lished Itself In the planters' shed. The
1:, an answered that there was no room
lu thu Immigration Station, and that
for this reason thu shed was used.
I "Sargent thereupon gave ordure to
thu Immigration officials that thu out
er gate of the Station Hhould always
bu kepi open, so that thu immigrants,
after I buy had passed tho officials.
could go wherever they pleased, nnd
that no 111111 should be allowed 10 ill
lect them to tho planters' shed or anywhere-
else. He did not order that the
gate to the planters' shed bo closed.
"Sargent also told mu that during
his stay here he bad been looltlng Into
tho matter of Japanese laborers being
dlveitcd from Hawaii to the mainland.
llu said thut ho had found out that a
number of thu Japanese hotel keepers
in town weru agents for Jim Hill's
and other railroads, and that they
wero largely responsible for the send
ing over of Japanese laborers.
"Sargent did say that he did not
think that there would be much moro
Japant'BU Immigration to Hawaii. This
remark ho made, however, In connec
tlon with the matter of their being
shipped from heio over to the main
laud, and It boro no reference what
ever to the Planters' Association."
Judge Gear's version Is said by all
concerned In tho matter lo he the cor
lect one, and It has not met with dental
on the part or tho planters. It ap
pears that when thu old Immigration
Station was used, the Consulate did
havu Us employes stationed there, but
when the new station was built the
Consul was tuld that there jvas no
room. Hu then asked the planters foi
their assistance in tho matter, which
they gladly gave, as tho establishment
ot thu Consular quarters In their
shed would natuially bring tho Immi
grants there, uud give them a chance
lo oiler them employment. This ar
rungement wns, furthermore, approved
by thu Immigration offlclula. Tbe
story to thu effect that Sargent Jump
ed thu planters because of the matter
leferred to above. Is, however, ubBO
Benny & Co. repair sewing machines
They will coll for and deliver the mu
chine without extra chnrge. Tele
phone Main 4S8.
No doubt you intend to get a nobby
new suit for Christmas, Let us help
you decide the kind you will want.
We have some beautiful new suit
ings In dark woolen goods that are
"Just The Thing."
We've priced these VERY LOWI
Why not see them?
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741, ?. O...B0X 98r
James L. McLean has been appointed
Jury Cominloslouer lo succeed James
(llrvln. who was drowned this week h)
latllnr. or. the whaif, McLean Is vice
president of the Inter-Island Com
p.tn), and was choren by the Judges as
a man well qualified by his general ac
quaintance to (ill the position
TRAIN HELD UP
(Continued from Pagt It
was loosened by some terrific force.
It Is believed that a gigantic boulder
on tho top of tho cliff had been loos
ened from Its bed by the rain nud
tumbled down, striking the track. Nu
rock was found on the track, but It Is
believed that It bounced off and elided
lis mad career In Ilia sea.
The section gang, which is constant
ly patrolling the track, was called.
It brought with It an extra rail, which
wan put In the place of the damaged
one. The Job wns done with such de
spatch that tlie train was held up
no more than about half an hour. The
railroad men report that outside of
tills no damage whatever Iiuh been
done along the road, though It has
been raining heavily both nt Kahukii
ami Walalua. It Is reported Hint over
three Inches of rain fell at Wuhlawu
Manager Fred. 4leyer of tho Wain
nae plantation arrived In town this
morning. He reports that the rain
started al about 2 a. m. yesterday,
since which lime 3.G2 Inches have
fallen. It rained heavily, hut no dam
ago whatever was done because of
the steadiness of the downpour.
County Engineer (lehr states that
1 he visited Hie Maklkl flume, which
was yesterday, reported to have been
washed away, and finds It only nomi
nally damaged. Only tho battens
which cover tho seams on thu Inside
were missing, nud as a consequence
thu flume Is leaking. It Is, however,
quite possible that tho battens had
been removed by zealous firewood gnlh-
ererH before thu storm started. The
llunm Is now being repaired. No ilatn
ago to the County roads ami bridges
has been reported, hut some fear Is
entertained thai Hi" work which has
been carried on at the big gulch on
the road to Wahiawa may havu been
The damage done to the Nuuanii
dam by tho storm, Superintendent of
Public Works Holloway slates, will
amount to about J 1 null. Tlieie was
nothing carried away, hut It will cost
about that much for labor to clear
out the dirt and debris carried down
by the heavy rain.
There will be no court held between
Christmas and New Years by any of
the Judges. This wns agreed himmi
this morning, and Is lu accorduueo with
tho usual custom, Tho court officers
of tho various courts will bu allowed
time to lest up nnd (111 themselves with
turkey and other things during t he
For Want Column Ste Paige Six
llcsidenco comer Plikol and Hasslu
ger Sts.; three bedrooms, besides
parlor, dining room, kitchen uud
lialh; electric lights and mosquito
proof; lent very reasonable. W. W.
Chamberlain, Boom 20C Judd Bldg.
A mouse-colored saddle pony. Bel urn
to C. B. Oray, No. 10S4 South King
street, aud receive rewnrd.
NEW - TO-DAY
ALOHA TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M. 8.
Honolulu. Dec. 14, l'.HIC
A special session of Aloha Temple,
A. A. O. N. 41. 8.. will be held ut
Progress Hall this (Friday) uveuliig,
at 7:30 p. m., for the transaction of
Visiting Nobli-H aro cordially invited
By order or the Illustrious Poten
C. B. COOPEIt.
CHAS. P. MUBRAY, Becoider.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, ESTATE
OF J08HUA K. BROWN, DE
CEASED. Tho undersigned, Annlo E. Brown,
having been appointed Executrix of
thu Will of Joshua K. Brown, deceas
cd, hereby gives notice to all persons
having claims against the Estate of
i-a Id Joshua K. Drown to present thu
same to her at thu ofllce ot her ultor
ueys, Smith & Lewis, Boom 207, Judd
Building, Honolulu, within six mouths
from tho date of tho first publication
of this notice, or they will bo forever
Dated Honolulu, December 14, 1900
ANNIE E. imOWN,
i:eeutrlx of tho Will 'of Jrshuu
K. Brown, Deceased.
.'lafil Dec. 14. 21, 28; Jan. 4, 11.