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nVKNIS'O MJ1.I.KTIN. HONOl.tli.V, T II.. SATUIHJAV. DKC 2 19
Aloha Temple Installation of
Hawaiian Lodge Installation of
Oceanic Lodge Third Degree.
e.ihl Chapter No. 2 Installation
All visiting member! of tbs
order r cordially Invited to t
tend meetings of local lodtei.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Mosday ftTenrng at 7:10
In I O. O FTtlal, Fort ttrnL
K n. HENDRY. Secretary.
C 0. HOTTEU N fl
All Tlsltlix bro'hora Try cordially
mystic Lodge, No. 2, k. i p.
Meet urery Tuesday evening at
:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, K'np
Itrffl. VUlllnr brothers cordially In
Itrt lo ttnd.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
F. WALtmON. K.tt.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. f P.
Weora vfr? Friday BTfnlPB at
K. P. Hall, Kin: r.'.rtet. at 7: SO. Mem
bers of Mystic Lorftc, No. 2, Wm. Me
Klnlry laidge No. I. and Tlsltlbg
rot), ere cordially invited.
A. O. DOND. C. C.
A. . KENWAT, K.K..
HONOLULU LODE 111, . P. O. C.
Honolulu I.odg No. 1, B. P. O. .,
Ml meet In tbslr hall, a Miller
n4 Hcretunl streets, otsry Friday
By order of th E. R.
HARRT H. 8IMP8ON, I
tl. . MUHU4.I, B.K.
Wen. M'KINLEY LODOE No. , K.sf P.
Meets erery r.aturday etenlng at-
1:30 o'tlnrk In K. ef P. Hall, King
strut Vlrltlng brothers cordially In
1t4 to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOnsON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. t,
Hrets on tbe 2nd and 4Mi wer)N1"
OAT erenlDSS of each mpath at 7:10
'ClOCk In K. Of I'. IsVll, KlU( HTfL
Visiting Eigl'a art Inrited tc ai
Und. BAM McKKAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Racy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets errry second and fourth
FRIDAT ot each month In I. 0. C. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Inrited to
W. F DRAKE. Sachem.
A E MURPHY. C. of R
fiJV't.T sZsSsSJZs ss tsi's. rirrZs.'Za.
Think of the
If H uill is Ici-t it often
,1 t 1 1 .
man 11 wutii-t. 11 11 tiur.i 1.1
.lilt lint iiilllti w it'll wiillti't
ami certifieil by the proiit-r
Jt all means money lint,
liv far tliiin tlio rent of a
bcvrnil times over.
FOR FOUR DOLLARS
we tnirHiilee you hecurit.y from loss for the period of 0110
.year mid you will liavo the use of 0110 of tho boxes in our
vault that is niiiile of steol nnd iton nnd built eo strong
that it will lesisl tint iittaeks of burglars even wlieu dyitti
iiiilr h u-cd to pfTeet an entrance.
FUR rORl'ORATlOXS if.
no have tho largest piivato l)o.tc to br found in utiy vault VJ
111 tho eountr. These nro minip huge go that books of ',
rreord Mb woll as silver jilato in huge quantities nm.v be J
easily tlepositetl in one of them. For estates inaniigcd by y
two peisons they ate most satisfactory for tho reason that ft
both oIKl-o must lio present in order that the safe may j
lie- opened, '
We ha private looms whero pajiers may lo examined at .
any timo during httsiiir'sg hours and where there ia less danger jj
of interruption than there would bo in a private otriec. !
Tho oliieers of this Company are always ready to give advieo .(
ivheu asked upon 1111 subject with which their e.pet ieiieu has !'j
made tlicni familiar. Tho securities olfcicd investors arc be- Jt
lieicd to be gilt edge and stp-h ,h the courts approve for invest- Jt
merit bv oxet'ittots and aelmiuistratoi- J
' We will be ulea-ed to hato ou tll and in-iptet the orhces
1- and the mammoth vault whether
V a natron.
j'The Henry Waierhouse Trust Co,, Ltd. j!
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at Stn An. onto
HaU. Visiting brothers cordially liv
vfloa to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Tit:
E. V. TODD, 8ecy.
LOCAL AN0 iENEIAL
Panama lints cleaned at the (Unlit.
Hest nip of cortee in the city. New
Ilenny & Co. will call for nnd delher
your uiacliluu without extra charge, foi
Chilstliut Chun h. Corner Alal.cn
and King stiecls. Junior C. i: . ! n
in, Senior C 1'.., 0:30 p. m; lllblc
fchixil, 9 I.', n. in., preaching: 11 11. in
and 7 :io p. m. Morning- DetMim D.i:. .
"'"1 criuoii to tliu Sunday hchool
i:enliiK A Nen Year Mnlltntlon. Yu
are cordlall Invited to any and alt
.prvlcer (! 1). IMuards. lMslor.
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nriWFN AND OILMAN REBIQN
(Continued from Pagt 1)
"Yen," Iih miswpird, "I am RnliiK lo
lake a lnm mi'-hIIiih on account of III
Tiealth 1 don't wish to say anytlilni;
nlsiiit le.ilng the llrm."
He mix aHcd If It was probable thai
his x.u'atlon uould be permanent.
I don't care to talk alioiit the mat-
lei," he replied "1 would rather oi!
woiilil raj nothliiK ulHiiit my leaving
the firm "
Chan Atherton. the Hccretnry ot 1
Castle & Cooke, totillrmed that the res
iKiiatloim of (illinan and llowen had
'Who la'ies Howcii'h place?" he was
"I do.'" he answered. "I have In
elected lo take his place."
Aim who lUhes c.iimui s plate;-
'That mutter has not been decided
as "et '
From another Miurcs It was learned
that T II Pctrle hud been made 11 di
rector IhU Is reported to have been
a t.niM'ol the thanget made.
LswZsi's. t i,7s'sr'ss'sss'tTs ssl'sTsi
me.ilis Icaal coiiiiiliciititilis voic )i
i . 1 t '
.1 picw 01 jiitipcit.v ir niiaiRiil
I iPi-ii liillxt ,(. a ,tin .-ate main M
nllieiiiN in llic land olKcos. Ami
... . :;-
either eent tliu cost is "renter '
Ihjx in mtr Safe Deposit vault a
or not you intend to Income ii
1 LOCAL AND GENERAL
909 out of 1,000 times you will find
It or sell It or secure It to best advan
'tage through Bulletin want. advertis
ing. Cheat the dsrtor, go to Wallcle.
If )our isenlac machine needs repair
I ln nhone Rsnnv Co . Main UR.
1 Th Mrnmcr Iwnlntil Arrived this
morning from Wnlmon w It Ii 2tnn sarin
I of sugar
truest I'aikcr, n son of Col. Parlici i
, ill the ttiimuuln rnnrli, enmn In on tlic
1 Klnnii tndn
II II Miinlnck, of this city loluinci!
ft oin n business trlli In tlannll on I In'1
Kin mi this morning
1 Tho strnmslilp Sonoma of the Ocean
, l line IcH San rranclwii nn Friday nli
1 1! i. m., 2S hours late.
C'linrlcit Wlllliims, Jr.. h son of llic
Count Attorn of Hawaii, wns nmons
1 the Klnau' passengers
Mrs. Albert Wnlcrhottsc mi passcn ,, , ihe nd of g,,et( pont,
her examination and Is now eligible to!h(lt ponl l0 uti
met nn niilnniohllo chafTeiir.
j Sachs' nnntml sale of muslin under-1
jwent beting Wcdncula morning, Jnn-
nary 2nd. Sec ml on pace U.
Punter A. S. Chancy of the lwiilnnli
reports the following sugar on hand
at Waliuea: K. 8. M 2000; V. K.. "00 )
The hnlldn number of Paradltc of'
Pacific at all new stands or Vacrlev
block, llclhcl slrcil; ready for niall-l
Admlial llecklcy ol Ihe Klnau 11
oorlM the follonlng sugar on hand. I
llnknlait. IIS7; llnua, 1"SG; Puna
Inn, r,IV ,
Mr. ami Mis II S Itlgdon mid Mr 1
and Mrs. U I lllnr.hum letunied from!
a trip lo see the Volrano In action on
tho Klnau toila). I
The Padtlc transfer Co. has womlj
and coal lor sile In any quantity. Ring j
up f". rUo tlirm jour order nnd the)
will iln the rest.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C
nergln. Accominodallons, supplies
nnd attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Mrs. i:. Madden and Miss Violet Mad
den, the wife and daughter of the man
nger of the Pukala plantation rnnioi
dottti from llllo on the Klnau Kxla. ,
The Japanese steamship Chlusa Main,
Is ilnc In this city on January l, lu-l
stead of Dee 2S, as has been rrKirtril. '
Mho brings no Ions of freight and .VHi
Japanese Immigrants. ,
The Literary Circle of the Kllolmua
Art league will Imxc readings b)
Uugrlip C Horton, entitled "An limn
with Walt Whitman." nt 3 o'cloik Sat '
i.ida nfternooii, Jiuiuary .'.
The operators ol the Mutual Ttlu 1
plionr Co. Hike this Weans of exti'iicl
lug their sliuere llianks to the suit '
(K ilbeis who so kindly and gcncruunly
remembered them at Christmas. I
TmI,i on pasii :i will be found the.
iiitext eoiini In Die Panama can-il ion-'
test. Deposit all jour loupons heroin
0 p. in. londn n ember 31st. at
which time the tonteit will close.
The follnwlnc eiireii was broucht in
I, i n,e vi..,i,im if In.ii, ll, I. m mini..
IT .niiilv kees. R1 Imira riibbace. 73 bans'
rite, 13 bags corn, M) bundles hides. 10
pigs. 25S sheep. 200 packages suudiloj.
Old Year Out and the New Year In.
I ne pillule is inviieu 10 oancn ino oiu,
scm out nd Ihe new jcar In ut tho
llojal Hawaiian Hotel on New Year's,
I Etc. Special tiiuslt- during Ihe dinner j
j hor .
..., ,Pi,ir ,il,u me, line ,r ll,c
tlulld nnd Woman's Auxlllao of St
Aidiew's Cathedral llranch Is
poind to Monday, January 7, whtn
II will be held ill "Cralgslde," the rei-l-'
iImho or Mrs. ClUe Diivlcs, at the usual
I 'Ihe Calholit Church of the Satrcd
llcmt. MnrnnCbVlllo ll'iinahoii) til
eharge or ltev. Father Clement. To-1
moriow. Det ember 30th. II a. in., high
mass hormon. collection. Huuil.t
sihool. I p. 111 Horary, tuteehlsiu, ic -
Allien la-otiR. who was tiled foi
1 1miif fitr tiit i;iIiii tint tiMuiwtrin
1 ,,".: ." TV ,,,,.. ;7. ;
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suit foi ill von e brought liy IiU.i,,, u ..t licences, hut it is nfti'ii
wire. N'ns this iiiornlng adjudged guilt.)
Judge He Uolt will lnin.e M'tlteuce at j
2 o't Iim I, next Monday.
Two s.illorx rmni the Norweglai
sleniiibliip Slldm were arrested todaj
ai tl coiiuultted to the custody ot the
United StnttM Mnn-luil, to uwiill nctioii
on the tun ot the NorA-cjInu Consul.
The Slldrn is expeded lo leme foi
Ot'an Inldtnl the euilj part ot next
Thn Alexander Young Hotel has Ita
own artesian well, twelto Inches in
diameter end one thousand feet deep
with u tli r co million gallon flow of pure
soft wntei in tw cut) -four lioun.. t)h
tilled water for diliiking purposes Is
fcerved thioitshout the Hotel uud in the
new I'n to
'I he bteamcr W tl Hall will go back
on hei old run under t'upt. 'I honipsuii
next Wcdnculii) She hat, been almost
tniiipli'tel rebuilt and is now Hi the
bi'bt of tondlllon. While tho rcpalri,,
have been made new IkiIIciu Inuc been
inutulled, new deck beams, new decks,
und now .knees put In, She will leplaeo
I'll Jt M i; Chuieli Chilli h located
at the cornel of Miller and Ueretaul.i
stteeis .lohn W Wadnijn patior .icr
vl'et lomorrciM as follows 10 a 111
Siiiida Ethool and Biblf tkibbCh IK
clblor dae tor the children 11 4 111
public worship The pauor prcacheb
Suhjert "llemenibcr the Days of Old,"
suitable for the cltning ear ir.'M p.
111., Upwnrth League for joung pcoplu
and their friends. 7.3U p. 111., public
worship. I'ubtor speukB 011 "David uud
lingfull.iM mi the Mfunlug or Lire
CourrtCdtlo'Ml In 11111 elngluE led '
eortitt piano, 0r5.u1 uud ibolr 1'u.blli , len rfgltteic-J 111 ihli, touutv alio
cordlallv iuitc-d kftttr
That's right, five there are others,
but thee are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown nr squint In looking
at an object
-your eyes show an Intolerance
! "a":'' . I
they tire, ache, smart or wa
obiects swim or become dim:
you have frequent headaches: j
These are a few of the points that
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET, j
Over May A Co,
Pinkham Says Japanese
Defy The Medical
The cxiiohiiio of lliu nltemiils on
Iho part ;f certain Japanese uppll ,csiing siaiumeni to 11 imiiciin resinci
cants for phslclans' licences has met , Ibis nioriiliiR v lieu he said:
with 1)10 nppunal of all tho reputable, "I do not thing Hint there will bo
' nhslclaiis of Honolulu. Including tho , many changes made In the Sheriff's
inlrnlnL.lJaiianese iihislrlnus. Tho Jniianeso
Jauaiiesn iiixseaiis. T 10 Jniianeso
" I "
naimrs comment fnorably on Iho ac
Hon of C.oxornor Carter In milking tho
I story public and sldo with him and
I President Plnkhani of tho Hoard of
Health In Ih., stand they hao taken
iieaiiu 111 mo siaiiu iiiuj mnu iubhi,
In trying lo put it stop lo the pracllc
lug or medlclno with 11 licence. j
Which two or thu Hoard or Mi d leal .
i Examlliorn the Japanese attempted lo
i.ril,., Ii..vl.l,.m IHiiUlmni ,lm. nut
I cam In state Thu Hoard coiihIsIh or
1 Doctors Sinclair. Judd and Herbert
President Pinkham states thai ho
Vnowu there is considerable practicing
1 0f medicine dono by tlinsu not licenced
I in nrucllce Within tho nast jcai
' iIhiio ham been thrco tomlcllons for
t ttila otfciito. Onu man wus coiiWlIciI
,uro JMt piomUed lo leave iho touii
try. Instead or doing so ho went down
l0 jiu , ,, n,,, HUmo thing theie.
jnu WUH UR roncled nnd lined,
Then. rn himiiv other Instances ot II-
ctm-l)o,.ai practice. President Plnkhani
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mr.ill tcriaiu tuai men a.ci prucui; .
,,rm.cully IiiiimissIIiIu lo ptmo It in
' , -
The Eciiitriiic.il who hao been electitf
to hervt llllo In tho tupaclty of Super
lhois tor the mining jcai will hold
their lirat meeting on Jauuao 7 There
Ih 1111 rerloiia wiiiugle lor the cluili
uiuiisliiii hiipmlnois Hhlpniaii and
'I odd me mentioned in. sishlble llllcib
ol the 1 halt, but neither keeuu uvei
'Ihe pellllon being circulated with a
view til ittaliiiiie Hoad Sui'enlboi Uy
man In that ciiiaiit! is not lucctlug
with the Hitceui iMH.itc.il The new
Uoaril ,,, , lillso ln tIlHl mcc
ttUl ,, K((0,, f(). ,,, ,cnlUr Ilany
West niul David Uwullko ate men
tioned us Hi..bllilu candidate foi the
olllte now lillid Ii .Mr. l.iiiim Hum
Irwin i, being Ksikeii ot a dcinity In
the Count Altorno s ollin Couut
Attniiiv Wllllauih Is of thn opinion
that he tan handl' lh.it olIHe er fc.it
Uldctnill' without the aid ot a deput
foiinj' C'leil. Sam I'ua tontcmpluifs
ro cbaiir.s Hmevci In the torte om
plojed uudei hlni He sayt, he will re
appoint hlr. piebcnt deputv and trut
to the jnew lloat.to c,oiiflim the ap
pointment fit'o. I1. Cooke has leglbtcred a new
l'tird lllliulioiil Willi Slieiilf llluwti.
'IhU makes J0J mathliies which hue
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FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Tht Weekly Edition of tha Evening
Bulletin otvei a eompltts summary f
hfi news of tha stay.
1064 Fort St.
Supervisor Elect Joe
Fern Does Not Look
Supcrlor Joe t'ern made an Inler
olllce uiidci tl
"inn- iiimci me new iiiiiuiiiisiniuon.
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anoui narrj .nirrn j
."I" tl ' lils'pliico?"
I "I "on't think that thcio will be mi)
1 change thcie I should not be at nil
HUipriscu 10 see. .Murray mini nis pies
'"' position when Inuken tukes ofllte.
' l,',, n,,t "l,t'l wlth l,"lllc or ftltl1
'' "''" '"" iiumer inn 1 uino
giuneieu wnai 1 say irum talking wit.
An) bod who Is troubled with n.01
tiiltocs and oerjbody Is and who
wuuts any or thu llttlu mosquito tish
luipoited to cat tho niosipilto larvao
can linni them by applying to tho
Hoard of Health.
In tho oillccs t.r tho Hoard Is a tank
in "lib li is swimming a number of
thchu little jicst lighters. Hut that If
1 no means thu stock on hand. I'ros '
idem I'lnkhiiui btntes that Ihe Hoard I
has two or tluco ikiihIh In which tho'ul the ladles incited In pity uud com-fit-It
am breeding plentifully, and Itiuru tulM-iiitloii at the icrj thought. Sine
am t iiough or them lor gcnural tllstrl I." It couldn't In J- k. How could they
billion. cei live witii .lia' g-uio?
Those who want them do not oven 'Ihe IHch Sheiii" lpil, 110. Wll
hnvii to coino atter tlinm. Tho Iloaul , liaiu llcnr the ih- lief "1 wus looking
will Iihwi Iho flBli taken to tho places ' Soori tin nt leant hltv ,ua more, und
wheio they aio needed and dlstrlb j bUlng .Miungci uvei. dm.
There seems to bo no other way ol
getting rid of tho plaguu of mobqultocs
that Is keeping thti weary populace
shipping nnd nwoarlng. Tho lloaid (if l,au II0'" tneceiluln icwaius or tliltf
HcMltli Is doing whut It can In Iho way ' "lM to lhc ""lertalu 01 the next
or spi cudltig oil tucr somo or tho. And then, ab thy wutched with tear
hioedlng places, but tho onl linnio U'edewed ejeb le diooplng folds of thu
dlalo hope lies In tho drjlng out or
We .ne goinn lo make our custom
ers a New Year's present.
IT VIUL BL A PERr-LCTO
CIOAII. OLVLN INCHES
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... .li,u,n.r,,3.i ..,.. ii 0 G A j. Coibcail TrU6,ccs, Ua
'Ic,i3' smoke worth keeping a "long",,,,, n.,1n. ,nllTl Nlli, ,. ... Wnt
while as a souvenir.
COME IN AND GET ONE
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
COR. HOTLL AMD hOhT STRLLT3
ibid of n
: MR TIMID
U.S. Supreme Court Will
Decide on Leper
EMPLOYED IS AT STAKE
EMMA KAIPU APPEALS TO HIGH
EST COURT TO SECURE THE
RELEA8E OF HER
Attorne General Peter has pre-
pared and forwarded to the Department I
of Justice ill Washington a brief In 11
rase iikii Ihe Utile of which hangs the
polite power of tho Territory of lln
wall. The enso Is one of tho most im
portant Hint hits ecr come before the
united Stales Supieme court imnmiig
Hawaii It deals with the right of the
President ot the Hoard ot Health to
The case ut Issue Is that of Cimnn U
Knlpu, In bcliiiU of Mlknln Kulpu,
uisiis U i:. Plukhiim, Picsldeut of the
Hoard or Health of the Territory of lln
wall. The msc Is 11 proceeding by wi
Dl habeas eurjius Instlluted by Emma
Is. Knlpu lo secure tlic iclc.sc of hei
uiolher, Mlkal.-i Knlpu, from tho cus
tody of Piesldent Plukhiim.
Mll.ala KhIjiu has been held for 11
loiisldctiihlo time nt the K11III1I receiv
ing station us u leiicr, to bo sent to Mo
lokal. The case was tried In the tinn
ed Stale District Court here, nnd Ihe
plaintiff lout, the Court held Hint she
I was lawfully held 11ml Unit the Piol
dent of the lionnl of Health was within
I his rights In holding hei and Unit In
had the light to send her to the Icpei
lettleincnt. From this decision Kminn
L. Knlpu, for her mother Mlknla Kalpu
appeals to the Supreme Court of tht.
Should the Supreme Court dt tide thai
Iho woman Is unlawfully held, It being
uow admitted by the petitioner thai
utui has lepios. It will mean the torn-
1 plelo oxerlhniw of tho Icpei scgrcgu-
' llr.l. nl-illnl,, .f llirt -lntrllr,t- If III.,
...... n,mw i. mu .v.... o.J. . Ii
ludgmcnt of the Juilgo ot tho I'nllcil
ulntes-l)lslrltt Court Is continued, It
will not lie ilelliiltely the segregation
miestlon and the i-ollc" lights ol tl
1 ho Attorney (ienernl bus In his hrlcl
cet forth utl the facts In the tnso ami 1
Iho proceedings hllheitti had, togethci
with the laws of the Territory, and the
history of leper segregation, not only
In Hawaii hut in ull other countrlcj
Bliue the disease hns been known. The
case Is tht- Hist of Its kind.
NO ONE WAS DEAD
People who arc accustomed to liwk
oi-l cciv morning and see the ling ol
the nation lloatlng proiidb fioni lln.
top or the llagstalf oil the Kxcculhe
bul'dllig. pruilalmlng that all Is well
and the nation sllll Hies, icilrcd a
shod; a few iiior:ilii?n itgo when the
turned thilr ces lowaid the llugstulf
The flac wus 11 1 h.il maut.
Vpprehension and speiulatlon were
mingled In their iiiluds. Who could it
he that hud pabiicd nwu. during tho
night? Could it be that Governor Car
tt r, but no. Such a thought was lib
sunt, llic Oovcrnoi was not ;et foity
He still lacked a day or two ot thui
ac, ami there wits no otic In Honolulu
who looked to be leas a candidate lot
the utitleitukci than he.
ticnli'l Jack Alkliibon? Thu health
' wlio, then could it be? 1 he iiwlul
anxiety wus wuibu than the certainty
that borne dear fiiend uud worthy rep
icaentatUc or the government had
I "'B' ll """ucni) 'I'nveied. iosi us tie
lectcd look, und climbed Jooui.ly lu
the top or the inasl. Some uuu hud
PYTHIAN5 ELECT OFFICERS
I Tho Onhii Lodgo No. 9 . of thu
Knights of I'ythhiH last night olected
loltlcurs to bono for thu ensuing jeur
ih follow a C C, Oobt. Gosling; V.
1 C . Augubtub Deerlug; I' . C. A. Wat-
,bot. M W. A. 1) Uoud. K ot : R. &
iS A S Kenwuv, J of K., C. A.'
Iflceceb M. oi E., A O. Sllta, M A ;
I L C Barnes, I O.. Geo W McCarty
Dr J T Wayson
'Ihu United States Commissioner An-
l..licd tiikliig thu i!t'ioiltlnu ot Caiunln
ittimon ot the tlilp Uabeoik IliU muni-
Ins I ho libel oa the L'abcotk hut not
'' h3 rtk-aud
Saturday, Dm ember '"'
Slmr Iwiilatil, I'llli, fioni Walinen
nnd Koloa, 3; 15 n. m.
Htmr. Klnnii, Freeman, fioin III!"
nnd Hawaii ports, 10 n. m.
Friday, December 2d
Hlmr. Cliiudlne. for Maul and lln
wTill, S p. m.
Schr. Mary IS. Foster, Thompson, for
Sound, 10 a. 111.
8. 8. Restore!. Combes, Tor Mldwa
nnd Vniicomrr, II. C. probably it. in
S. S. Coptic, from the Orient, n m
Ilk. Coronado, Potlei, foi San Fian-
clseo, p. 111.
Pel slim. Klnau, Freeman, Iroui llllo
and Hawaii ports: Rev. C T Choi,
Mrs. J. r. Slokes, Ernest Parker, I.
Tuck, Chas. Williams .li I). II. Mm
tlotk, tl. I). tlusi.cH, Miss M. Knmiikn
Mrs. S. Maslln, K. Mltanl, MrH. IC. Ml
tnnl, Mr. Wnknrun, ltev Motnl, i: S
Itlgdon, Mrs. E. S. Itlgdon. E. I, lllng
hnni and wire. Mis 1-'. Scott, A. K. Na
wnhl, I' Snndenati. Mrs. T. Sandeiiiii',
Mrs E. Madden. Miss Violet Madden.
Temperatures (1 n. m., fi"; K a. in .
72, 10 n. in., 71; iiihiii, 73; morning
Ilaromcter, S a in., 'J'.i.Tfi; aliKotule
humidity, S a. in., IS.3S1 grains pet
cubic foot; rclallc liuinl(lll, S n 111.,
7fi per cent; dew point, S 11. in., 01.
Wind 0 a. tii wloelly ii, direction
II.; S n 111 , cloclty .1, direction E.; HI
n. 111., velocity 3, direction s. W ; noon,
cloclty 18, direction S. W.
Ilnlnrnll during 21 hours ended S a
ni., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 1.10 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, tl. S. Weather liurcau.
High Sheriff Henry departed Inst
night on tho steamer Claudlno foi
Wnlliikii on business connected with
his office. Ho will choose a jailor foi
Wnlliikii Jail, to succeed I). Crowell,
who died last week.
Who tho now Jailor is to ho hns not
ct been announced, but It Is thought
not Improbable that J. K. Welch, tho
ussiilunt Jailor, will bo selected. Ho
Is an experienced man and Is strongly
backed ror thu position.
Another strong candidate for tho
place Is Thomas Clark, who nt thu '
cent election run for Deputy Shcilff
of Maul cm tho Homo Ilulo ticket and
was defeated. There nro ceral otli
cr candidates Mi- tho posltlou.
High Sheriff Henry while there will
a I mi open bids for furnishing bupp'lo
ror thu Jail ror tho comlug year, end
ing with December, 1UU7. Ho is ex
peeled to icturii tomoriow morning
TO TAKE POSSESSION
OF NIWJUB MS
The Honolulu Hlks will open their
now quarters to tho members of tho
lodgo 011 the morning of Now Yenr'ti
Day, according to tho program nr
lunged this noon hy tha committee In
chuige. According to u statement
inado by 0110 of tho members this noon
there will ho no particular celebration
on New Year's Day, hut tha building
will then bo ready for occupancy and
tbo meiubcis will take iwhsusslon
It is stutod that later 011 thu L'lks
will give u liuusew arming and there
will be a formal opening of tho club
roouia. Just when this will tako place
hub nut been decided us yet.
Tho Klks will have, with tho open
ing of tho club looms on Now Year's,
tho finest quarters of any club In Ho
noltilu, und us they ut present uro nr.
btrone us any lodge, and stronger than
most they should continue to lucroube
in numbers and Influence.
111 , . 1 mi 1 1 " rrm
(Here now in MEN'S STYLISH SUITS.
The w , f Woo
eludes ll the best patterns and ct
erlngs You are invited to come In
and see them.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
PHONL BLVJL :7t. P. 0. 3s 8.