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'MASONIC TEMPLE i
f( "weekly calendar
i Hawaiian Stated, i
r Hawaiian Third
l Honolulu Commsndcry Installa I
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L Lei AlohaRegular.
Lei Aloha Regular.
Alt vIMtlng member ot tb
order urn cordially Invited to it
tend meeting! ot local lodge.
rtARMONY LODGE, No. t, I. O. 0, F.
Meet every Monday evening at 7: JO
In I O. O V. Hall, Fort street.
i: It liUNnilV, Sccrctar)
C A. SIMPSON, N 0
All visiting bro'her Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meoti every Tuesday evening at
:S0 o'rlnrk In K. of I'. Hall, K'n
itreet. Vlsltlny brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
A S WKIIBKK, C C.
T WAI.URON. K It a
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, Kln.i street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of M)stlc Lodic, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and Tliltlng
brothers cordially Invited.
II GOSLING. C C
A S KKNWAY K II 8
HONOLULU LODGE 111, a. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No fill! II 1 O. i: ,
will nit ot In tlii-lr hall on King near
fort Bin ct every Friday evening.
, ily order of the i: 11
HAItltV 11 SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, KB,
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. , K.trt P.
Meets every Haturday evening at
1:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
sttML VIMtlng brother cordially In
Iti to attend
I II. WOI.F. C C
U. A. JACOUSON. K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. .
Ifeets on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNKP
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
elock In K. ot P. Hall, King etre-t.
Visiting Eagle are Invited tr; at
0AM McKEAODE, W.P.
H. T. MOOKG. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In 1. O. 0. T.
Visiting brother cordially Invited to
TV. F. DRAKE. 8chem,
A. E. MUItPHY, C. of a
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meet ovcry second and f Mirth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially in
ltcd to attond.
r. v. wki:d. Pros.
K. V. TODD. Sec.
Don't start tho New
Year wrong, merchants,
, but have your delivery wa
r oon repainted and repair-
' ed at once. We'll begin tho
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 193.
C. W. ZCIGLER Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kswalo, Telephone bin 3151.
Phone Main 197
and you'll get FRCGH BAKED bread I
pellvered to Your Home, j
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EED3 FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M, Taylor
TEL. MAIN SSI,
King and B:thclSts.
It Is one of the most attract
ive and serviceable floor cover
ings you can possibly get for of
fice wear, or for kitchen, bed
rooms and bath at home.
Splendid qualities In print, In
laid and plain linoleums at
Get Busy !
Now Is the time to arrange all
your negatives and register
them so you can find them quick
ly when you want them.
We have Indexed albums
which hold 100 film negatives
and preserve them.
We also have Manila negative
preservers for glass plates.
For preserving your prints
and displaying them attractive
ly wr have a fine lot of photo
albums with seal, grain and
burnt leather bindings. Also
paste In tubes and bottles, white
paint for titling, etc.
How Wc Do It
How we can serve such a
fine lunch for 25c. We can't
and make money, but it'a a
If you've never been here,
Jjf "For Rent" cards on sale
the Bulletin office.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
U-Al ji. i
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Are you having a little private mon
ey oanle of your own J If so, don't try
to borrow SELL 80METHIN0, and
replenish your purse. A Bulletin want
ad. will act as your broker In the mat
ter. Clieil tho doctor, go to Wnllole.
(link open Weelncsdny and ditmiln)
nights only Hand music. '
Have vent seen (lie licnlitlfill Chines
lewelry on display nt Wlchmnii's'
" ' .
Mr mill Mis V A Unr returned""" ,n " ,,MJ "" -
Iiiiiii the Coast In tin- Alnmodn loln ye" and your eyes:
1I pprllin Mcvrrs. of Mnoknl.
ciinic down from the Coist on tho Ala
meda Charles K Nnlley, Hi limit.1 Hole
politic Inn. rcliirnril from Hllu this
Miss Carrie Uln) nil, of Alca. rc
liirniil from n Irlji In tho Omitl In the
Alnmoilii tod.i. I
Tim I'm Ulr Transfer Co Juit rwrUeilj
r. ship lo.Kl or llrcmxMi
IttiiR up AS
nd order some
Winter shoes for men SI nnd $1 ."O nt
.Miinufni Hirers' Shoe Co Mint lll give
Ioiik serlic lind eomfortnlile enr
Prank H. Thoniuwn, tho locnl nttor-
pcy relumed from n short business;
ttlp to Snn Francisco this niornlnc. I
Dole, of pineapple fame, ic
turned In the Alameda today nnd whs
t,reiled at the wharf li JuiIro Dole
Mrs II. i: IIIrIiIou nrilved from Hi"
Const In thn Alnmeda All Honolulu
tjiupathlzcs ulth her In her loss.
A meeting of Com pan) i;, cx-reg-iiliirs.
will be held at otllic licuOqiiuit
rH, liunpilow, Thursday evenliiR nt i
The next annual meeting ot the Ha
waiian Illstorlr.il Society will be held
on Monday evening at 8 o'clock at tie)
llbrnr jilt tho society.
''Unite)! Stntcu Marshal Ileuitt,' linn
rcmovVcr from the Young llote , untie
he has resided for several )cir to Mio
Hoyul ilim-illau hotel
Ilcnii) & Co, sewing machine deal
ers, repair machines. 'Phone Main H8
nnd they "III call for nnd deliver the
luaihlne, without extra charge
Judge Itobinson this morning ap
pointed A V Carter trusteo of the
estate of Margaret V Carter to suc
ceed Junius K Kane, deceased
lllKSeclals at Sachs' beKlnnlngMou-l (Continued from Page 1)
da. In laie eurtalns, wash dress goods,' court was without Jurisdiction or the
Allium wnlsts nnd Turkish hath tow-il'erson of tho rcRKindint as (lovernor,
i Is. Some prkes cut In half.
on page !
i.f -1 1
The Poundninn has ills eyeloii Jolirl
log If he hns n collnr.nn1 a.tag no
I arm done We carry corjlirs fhnii 2,iC
up. i: 0. Hall L Son, Jl jl.r . 4 - y"n
pud King streets.
The usual venire n 111 take plate this
evening nt 7:3d, under tho direction ot The court orally (granted this mo- Jluso. (ln parcels of not over ouo thou
Mrs. 8. U. minion In the Gospel Mission U' ' onfireil t)'lt Hi" lempnriirv, hrnd acres, at public auction for cash.
Hall. Tort stnet. opposite Club SlnblciU
I The pulille Is Invltiil
! All men are Invlu-d to hear Dr. btud -
der mid .Mr IMwards discuss tho 'Um
Hon "Can a mini hold moilfriti.loiit!n
views and lion Christian" ,at ti,y. I
0 A giindn) uftrrnmn nb 4.u-'tlcH)k.
Mrs IMiviird Damon will fiiali,,ti
Coolo Chapel, (orner Kulklv uvcnuci
Mid Deckle) street, Sunday evening 'it
o'ctoik Mrs Damon Is an earnest.
ton ihln speaker and a rare treat Is In
ulote for those who hear her.
C V Ashfoid, attorney for C II.
Millie. tod.iv filed notice c'lf anneal
tho Hntirenie Ccniri fr.mi iho ,1-, ltn,i
of Judse Do Holt lu the sull which
Miillo biought against Janus V Pratt,1"" wnolu 111"" "10 "immnr m
to recovered certain property sold for!"'0 commissioner in act penning meso
lllxos, ipioiceningK oiiviniiiig inn necLssiiy, ii
Tho' trlul of H. Ulrhe was uintlnued!nll' ""Isted, for tho contlnuanco or tho
till January 1R lu tho Police Court this I ilrnr.v restralnl.u? order as to tho
morning This inse has been totitin-1 vcnior.
ued now roi. nearly six weeks, undi mo Attorney lioneini, on neiiaii in
nirhd Is siijijioseil to sail for San Knin-'tlio Conimlsslonir, InteriMiscil u ilo-
. I .... ll '1.1 ...... -I....... ... .1... Kill .. I.l1. .. t,u ..mill'
iisuiiiu eairii jiicaiiier4iiiai leaves. tor
In the mutter hf Walter C. Wccdou,,'lireupon tho court took the mutter
versus C. W. Cluipln, Chupln tills
morning obtained un order from Judge
Lindsay for taklng'vbo deposition of
Mrs. V T llawllns, who Is to sail on
thn Korea on Ihe 18th, to he away sev
Mr. and Mrs. I. do U Ward and
ihllil left In tho Moiina last evening
lor n trip to tho Coast, pioh.tbly- going
as far as I.os Angtles. Ml. Ward has
not been well of late and his physicians
uavo him peremptory unlet 8 to seek u
Mr and Mrs H. D. Johnson, and Mr
and Mrs. S. 0. Johnson, both biidul
iptiplrs, urrlvid on the Alameda today.
Mr. 8. 0 Johnson, who Is heavily- Inter
ibted In lumber In Shasta county, Oil .
brought down his automobile and will
tnjoy his favorite sport while on the
In tho matter of Uiu Tun,; Pl-l ta al,
charged with assault with a ilumuiijtis
weapon, Judge Ilobltibon this morning
allowed un Interlocutory appeal fiom
tho onlet denying u motion In quash.
Iho Indictment. Iho defendaulK, tliero
foro, Imvo reserved their pleas until the
mutter of the motion to quash is finally
"Who's your tullor?" Is the query o!
M MUuctny, Ltd, In connection with
their advertisement of mado-to-ji Jti
ilothos. M, Mclncrny rcpicsuic tho
big firm of Prleo & Co , New Yoi who
have revolutionized the method ot
making dothos to older It will iiy
ivory man who likes to vvear s'l
clothes to call at Mclnerny'n ami Iiirn
ajore about this
The O n. & L Co. road is todav In
eond tunning order, the throuch train
from KnluiKu i onilng In without trou -
ble this morning. A large force of men
are wor'dng on the lino strengthening
the places where the storm lilt It tho
hardest. The Wnliluun train also ar
rived this morning, the toad having
been dearcil ft inn the tarth ptitlpltut
ed on It by a lamlbllile.
f 'wJi.,1.1. jiMuaac AiavAmwf
That's right, five there are others,
. . . ,. . --. ...... tv
you frown or squint In looking 1
at an object; I
your eyes show an Intolerance
they tire, ache, smart or wa
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N. SANFORD,
lit 111 wiiiii wj
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,)
over May A Co.
v . .
H. Culman, IU64 Fori Si,
JUDGE DE BOLT DECIDES
ud. inai the mil auu ieuiHirnry ru-
rtrdlnlng order was nil attempt to In
terftro with tho (lovernor In Ihe excl-
elsu or ins iiiscrotion in uio cxliiiuoii
of his K)ncrs, and that tho order was
rim unwarranted anil Illegal assump-
I Hon of Judicial contiol of the offcialim
nots of the, Cot ernor. ( (,i
'"J'"'""'!! "e dissolved mid ilini mo
1111 lie dismissed as to tho Governor-
tl'O foml In so ruling taking into con
sliluratlon all the grounds urged on no-
tlinlr "f "lu i",,"". "1 Ill0r0 Prtlcu
Inrly the gniund that tho restraining
t""1?'r wn" m iit(eiiiit fo interferu
"U'l " discretionary ikois of thv
(.overnor, unit ihmi upon inn luruiw .iruKicoiiimonclntlim or tho Comrnls
Kiound that In no event onld m ,hlvner nnd with the approval of tho
voulil the Governor bo called upon to
ccerclso his discretion until tho Com
rnssloner hail mado such exchange,
which he could not do during tho con-
i tliiunnco of the temporary restraining
i -,'lr. and If this order weio mado
I iwriiittiiont that would necessarily end
niurier to the bill which was orally
mgiicil and .submitted by- rountel;
under advisement, requesting counsel
lo file briefs upon two ioliits ralsud
by tho ilommru, namely:
(1) Whether or not coiiipl ittiaut us
ii citizen nnd tnxp.iyor hud tho right
to bring nnd to maintain this suit.
JC-) Whether or not tho threaten
cm! act of tho Commlsslcmer to ex
change said public lands for other
lands Is tinautliorlrcd by law and
As to Iho first iiolnt, tho Atlornuy
General iiiuti lids that tho complain
unt can not maintain this suit us u clt
Izin. and tnxp.iyer, unless ho has sitf
fored sotiici spiclal Injury not In com
mon with ot lit rs, and that It Is Incum
bent iiKin him to allege this special
injury to himself, as being different
from that suffi red by tho community
I'mm an examination of the rases
cited It clearly appears that tho Su
preme Court of these Islands, under
tliii-Monarchy, Itopubllc and Tcrtlto
i nil government, Imvo not In u slnglu
'.tiMuiiLo failed to tccogiilzu nnd up
hold tho right of tho taxpayer to Insti
tute and maintain suits of this chnrac
Ii l. tr unllu nf llilu kind eniilil
not bo maintained by u citizen nnrt
taxpayer llicio would then ho no udn
quuto way In whli.li tho rights of tho
t ulillc could ho piotoctcd from tho iu
bltruiy and Illegal acts of a public of
ficer. To my- mind It Is a monstrous prop
osltlon to urgo that n public-spirited
rltUen and taxpayer has no standing
p a court of equity dn u suit thuc
brought to protect tho rlshtR of tho
reoplo against tho Illegal and tinwar
nanted acts nf a nubile n nicer.
' This brings us to tho consideration
cl tho bccond point raised by tho do
mutter, namely, w bother or not tho
proposed exchange Is nn Illegal net
The bill ulligos that tho public lauds
bought to bo pxchnngod at 6 leased to
It albo upn.at g tlmt the a tea vl tho
It will no longer he necessary to.Tlio Inmls In iiuestlon nre not fnlrly
climb stalra to see our splendid stock
., u..i.. ..... . i . .
of books. We are moving Into down
stairs quarter on Hotel St. between
Fort and Bishop. In addition to our
regulsr line of stsndsrd books In sets
we are fitting out an old book shop.
Here will be sold old. new and out-
of print sets, or single volumes In any
Also library furnishings, etc.
Vlsltora always welcome.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel St. bet. Fort and Bishop.
Th. vs.WIi Edition of the Evanlnn
Bulletin give a complete ummary of
th- new of the day. ,
lauds which It Is proposed to ex
rlinngo Is 47.CCJ acres, s.iiuo beliiK nil
the public lauds on tho Island of La
ual. of which nica Mr. flay holds Gov
rinment leases for lfi,C09 ncrcs. pay
ing; to tho Territorial Government
large sums annually as lent therefor
It also iiiinenrft Hint the. tnlnl imu nf
the'jiland of Itiial Is not moro than
9,,ti"'i Mif fi I
Un,1i fvTn 27"' K- ' T1U c"'"-
ussioiier may wmi mo consent or tho
overuor sell tiuhlle lauds not under
.... .tnl ho mny, with such ion
((.,, M. public lands not under lease
, parcels of not over six bundled
ncres, nt public miction iihhi part cred-
ifaml iilirbcnsli . . . Provided,
i.owover.Mhat laud patentH may bo Ik
sued lii"oxchuiiKd for deeds of private
vus r hy 'way of compiomlso upon
Governor without un auction sale.
IU Ik ImiKirtnnt to observo that this
M'ctlon (2in, ft. 1..), deals only with
"I'iiIiHc lands not under lenso." And
It Is, therefore, wholly Immaterial
whether such lands nro to bo sold for
cash, or iiioii part cteillt ami part
cash, or exchanged for private lands
they must bo "pulille lauds not under
This, to my mind, dlsimscs or the
Now, regnrdlug the proviso in Sec
:'7iJ: It is obvious. In the light of tho
foregoing examination, thai tho rtnwur
of the Commissioner In tho mat lei1) of
un exchange. Is limited to "public
liitids not under lease." tho satno as In
sales for cnsli or pint cash and part
ttedlt. Tho only olllco this proviso
rerves Is that It dispenses with "nil
And, It would seem front tho use of
the plnaso ".in auction salo," tlmt tho
Legislature) tegarded an exchange ns
i sale, thus confining nn exchange to
tho siiiuo charactci of public lauds as
mentioned In tho preceding part of tho
if. then, In tho light of tho fotegoltis
I'lithnritlcB, "tho proviso Is to bo con
fined to whnt precedes it" and "It will
not hu deemed Intended from doubt
ful words to enlargo or exteiiel the) uct
or provision cm which It Is engrafted,"
nnd "It Is to bo strictly construed und
lltnllod to objects fairly within Us
terms," tho court must fine! that Iho
proviso In question Is limited to tho
subject matter of tho stututo upon
which it Is engrafted, that Is, to "yub
lie lauds not under leuso In parcels of
not over 1000 acres," nnd tlmt It was
not Intended "to enlarge or extend'
the act upon which It was engrafted
for he Adellna Patti,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Clgari a"d Edge
worth Gmoklng Tobacco;
this tobacco l guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
n ns In cnwr imlillc Inmls uiuli-r tensr
In pmri'ls of mrr I7.i' nrres, menu
tlinu onc-lmlf of iiiio of llin Islnnds of.
this AtdillNliiKn If llm nnitlso Is In
'l "strlrll) (uiietriiid nnd limit oil to
'i.lijpits fnlrly within Its terms" how
jinn tho court hold that It extends to:
j nnd rners pulillc lands "under lensu"j
, nntl In nrens of mrr innii ncrcs each?
,"r nl n" l'1'1" '" " "f "' I'"'
lsn "The livneflelnl tiiiriNiau," us
well ns (he Hllcy and spirit of Hie
"l.nml Act of 183V ns to limit tho
transfer of nnj land in pnreels ot oer
I"1'" "cres. The same ikiIIcj mid splr
", "ll""1'1 lfvmlo nhd eoutiol to pro
Cnn It lie nsxefted with mi) idiow of
!,., n,i pn.iiii,, r n, .,, .
l(H( nwllK , ci!CilanK0 r mer
17,0(10 ncres of public lands, and every
foot of land tinned by tho Territory
ru ntin of our ImiKirtnnt Islnnds, Is In
furtherance of tho general beneficial
piirisiso of theidntnte, which Is to re-1
Mnci cue snie oi piiinic lanus in par
cels of not over 1000 ncres ench?
At the oral argument on tho denim
rer It was urged by thu Attorney Gen
eral Hint the bill did not show that
(ho Commissioner threatened or In
tended to dlsposo ot moro than 1000
acres of thesu lands to any one per
ron. It appears from n certain official no
tice, which is made n part of tho bill,
that tho Commissioner "Is ptepnred
to recclvo offers of other lands that
nro equal in value to those of Lanal,
and of grenter 'Immediate service tn
the Territorial Government, Iroin any
icsponslhti) person." Thus It clearly
npiienrs that offers of other lands In
exchange for tho cntlru nren of 47.CC9
feres wcro to bo received by the Com
missioner "from ntty rcsponslblu per
ion." And, upon such offers being
found satisfactory to nnd accepted by
the) Commissioner, tho 47,669 acres of
puillc lands, "under lonse," were to bo
convoyed to one man.
However, even though this may not
bo ns it nppenrs, nnd this vast area of
public lauds Is not to be conveyed to
ono Individual, still, ns tho nren of
ench tract, which coniKiscs tho land
In question, exceeds tho 1000-nrio
limit, this, as it would scorn, rebuts
the Men nf n trunsfet of 1000 acres or
less to one person.
Tho name and nren of inch tract Is
Kamokii . . 8,231 acres
Paomnl. . ., 9.07S acres
MJupann 7,0(1(1 acres
Kaunolii 7,400 ncres
Kcalln-Pnawlll C,.100 acres
Knmoo t... 2,700 acres
Total nren I7,i!fi9 urres
Having reached Iho conclusion that
the facts set forth In tho bill are suffi
cient to warrant n decreo fot tho re
lief prayed for, mill that tho complain
J' nt had thu right to bring this suit, us
well ns the right to maintain thu same
end that the proposed exchange of tho
public lands described In tho bill foi
c tlier Inmls Is unlawful, Illegal and un
warranted, the demurrer, therefore, Is
IOHN T DIJ IIOI.T,
DE BOLT IS MUG
Judge Do Holt doesn't think 'in.cli of
tho Idea of letting n eisi- din; llirori h
the courts for jcars, to the piofit of no-
,V(wl' but tho lawyers lib iptcbcd
jilnihclf rnlher emphatically In that tc-
,ranl this morning in his tilling In the
matter of tho estate of M. O. lunette,
net eased. 'l.ho quetii.i ul isui as
tho jie-tltlon or tho wnlw, .Maria D.ei
cte, against William Savld, trusiec,
nnd her children, for an udmi-asurcmcnt
of dower. Tho defendant Inlot posed a
pleu to the Jurlsdlctlotv or the Cot it
This plea tho Jndgo ovci i tiles, und.
takes occasion to state tlmt tho mat
ter has been heroic tin coin Is fci n
Bicat many je-ais and mifjlil to l.o
ijjjcd up If jKibr. do be fin i tho w'dow
rial her chlldtrn die 1 1 mdor tlmt tliey
may get soiuo benefit nut of tho p op-i'-.,v
nnd l.ot let It -im to tin Ii elill
lien, grand-ehildtui :ui i rn.tt yrnntl
children us a leguey of litigation
Tho BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulla
tl.: and the Weekly Edition, give
concise ana eomniet return of all le
gal ncftlte, call for Under, Judg
ment, building permit and real
tat trariaactlon. Evening Bulletin,
75(5 Pr month. Wkly BullsUn,
831. per r.
Fin Job Printing at th Bui.
NEW - TO-DAY
Meeting ot Company H, ox-Ilcgulnrs,
at eiflltu headquarters, lliingulow,
Thiirsdny ovcnlng nt 8 o'clock
All ate urgently tcquested to attottd,
35SS It Captain
HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Tho noxt Annual Meeting of tho I In;
wiiliau HlBtoilcnl Society will be held
on Monday uvcnlni; at 8 o'clock, nt tho
llbrnty or the Socloty. '
W. D, AMSXANnnil,
Jubb-.'t , Piosldent:
ON 111 llllfl
. .it.gjftajA.', ''
r'rlday, January It
Am sp llrsklne M. Phelps, llrnlmtii.
S3 days fiom Manila, 4 p. m.
Saturday, Jnnunry 12.
(). 8. S Alnmeda, Don dell, from Han
Prune Isc ci, K..10 a m.
H. S. Klnnii, Fireman, from llllo nnd
llnnnll sirls, 10 n in
Friday, nlituary It.
C.-A, S 8 .Mimiib. Ulbb. for Victoria
and Vnniiitiver, 3 1", p m
Hitnr. ciniidlnc. Parker, for aiiuii
lsirts, Lniipnhochoc and llllo, fillO p. m.
Ilr. H ,8. Glenfarg, Holninii, lor Jap
anese lsirts, 4 45 p til
llr. 8. 8. Wimbledon, Conard. for
New e antic, 4: HO p. in.
Knim Knhiilul 8 8 Nevndan,
GiTiie for San Pranelseei, fl p. in.
Departed, Jan. 11. Am. bk. W. II
I'llnt, Hunscn, for San Francisco.
A.-ll. 8. 8. Ncbraskan, Knight, for
Kuunnpnll und Kahulul, S p. in
S H Aoritngl. Phillips, from Vle
lorlii and Vancouver, II. C.
Ktmr W. tl. Hall, 8 Tliompsuii. fiom
Kauai ports, a tu.
' PASSENGERS ".
Per stmr. Kltiau, Jan. 11, 10 a. m.
J. It. Mitchell, Mrs J. It. Mitchell.
I:. K. Stewnrt, Mrs. B. i:. Stewart,
II, W. Hollls, Mrs. II. W. Hollls, K.
K. 8wan, .Mrs. i:. F. Swan, I,. P.
ymltli, Mrs. I.. P. Smith, P. S. I.lver
more, Mrs. P. S. I.lverinorc, Z. K.
Myers, J. 11. Spohr, Miss Annie J.
Ward, Miss llinnta W. Ward, Father
Stark, Father Wymaii, Miss I.al.ikea.
Atitnnu Souzn, Tinn Forbes, V, M.
FltzsItiimniiM, Chns. K. Not ley, K.
Tofiikufu, Mrs. II. It. Ilrvant, Miss
Alice llnnd. Miss Mntlon Austin, Miss
Mnrthn Tulloch, It, W. Shingle, F.
M. Swnnzy, II. II. Gehr, Mrs. II. II.
Ochr, W. 8. Wnrd. Mrs. W S. Ward,
A. W. Keech, II. Young, A. Minimi,
Dr K. Ynshlsnkl. Mrs. 8. M. Kanaka
mil, Dr. A. II. Clarke-. Mrs. A. II.
Clarke, Mrs. W. I.. Clark, Miss. tr.
Hull, Chris. Wngnet, T. A. O'llrlcu.
W. W. Ilrunner, Mrs. K. Klnlmnkii.
Miss P. Klnlmnkii, T. Kiiuako, Miss
I.. Cole, A. I;iioh, i:. II. Itogers, C.
I Scrlmger, N. II. Young, C. Hoy,
EXPERTS AQRtE ON
Tho vvltncsK befoio the Admiralty
Court this morning In the matter or
I tho libel ugulnst tho Chlusa Mnru wns
Chlrl Kngtneer llcnktn or the steam
ship Slldtti He was called ns an ex
crt on the valuation of steamships,
and showed n thoiough knowlcdgo of
the subject, being admitted by the
Com t an un expeit.
Tho chief etislnrcr was a very Inlet -estlng
witness. Ho went Into dctallu
iigardlng the value of tho Chluiu and
have his valuation fiom nn Itemized
statement of the valuo of the dlffeietil
pirts or tho vessel. The total value ho
placeel nt $125,000.
This agrees very closely with the
figures of Captain Cation and also with
thoso or Captain Chrlstcnscti of the
Slldrn. Captain Cation valued thn
Chlusa Mutu at ll.'ii.ooo, und Capluln
Chrlstcuscii nt 25,000 pounds.
Chlof Knglnccr llcaklti stated that
tho Chlusii Is u very flno vessel und In
u good stale oi repair.
Thu caso IsAontlnued to next wee!.,
and will piobahly last some days long
er. Geur and Davis, attorneys tor A M.
Itrown In the suit brought by Hlch
Sheriff Ileiny, huvo filed a bill of ux
eeptlons to tho ruling of Judgo Do Dull
In tho matter und give notice of appeal
to tho Supiemo Court.
Speilul servile s will be conducted lu
Uio Catholic churches loiuoiio.v Fath
er Wynuiu will eondml the tervlco at
Wnlklkl nt 9 a in , and In thu Cathed
ral at 7:30. Father-: ink will eon
duel thu 9:30 services In iho Cntl edral.
Here now In MEN'S STYLISH SUITS.
The winter line or Woolen Goods In
eludes all ihe best patterns and col
orlngs. You are Invited to ccme In
and see them.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
2 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. p, o, Box 03.