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HONOLULU. rKUltlTORI OP HAWAII. MONDAY. JANUARY 14. J907
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Twenty Knot Steamer
For San Pedro Route
CAN CARRY 400 CABIN PASSENGERS
J. A. McCuiullesH linH received Infor
mation from 1.03 AliKelcs HtutlliK thnt
:i flint first class passeiiKer mill freight
tuenmshli will soon lie put on thu run
between Sail l'edro and Honolulu. Mr
(.'iiiulliMM, It will Iki remembered, Inter
u;lcil himself seriously in tint matter
ol seciirllii? u Ht irmslilp ctilinecttoh ill
icit, which could tul:ii lNim'i'iiKcru ill-
K X)tit K t X X , n m X. X J M X
JOHN A. M'CANDLESS
One of the Chief Dooiters of the Ho-
nolulu;San Pedro Steamship Line
K H w K K V P 1 W a If K ii M
lert fiom !Im tomlet Ai-x-nt In Suulli
crn California U the llaunllnii nhoies.
It now apiiears thai liU liopea bid fair
to inutcilallri. cotm '
"You liave nf i-outm! hoou tbo Ahio
clalril 1'ii'hH lublesraui wlilcli mya that
tniuiiKomnntH arc roiiiplelliic for a
Meanmlilp Hun licmccn San l'cilio unit
Honolulu," wild a llullctln reporter to
.MiC'andlcBn tills iiioiiiIiik. "llao you
i ice I ved any private Information on
"YeH, I liuw," nnswereil MeCaiul
leH, " have reeeheil n letter fiom tl
leiliilu iiaity In I-os Alicelex who in
IntcrcHtcd In the prorfpeel.
"lie Htatfti that u ultiinier l hoiiii Id
le put on Hie run from Hun I'eilio to
Honolulu. Tills bout will have a Hpeil
of twenty l.'iiotit uu hour, hux ntioiu
modal Ioiih rir 400 drat elan. iamenKera
tuiil law 11 fieluht earryliiK enp.ielty of
ClIUI; liuib dead welitht.
"We will nut have in wait for a boat
to be built, as thu vessel ii-reiieil lo Is
nheaily riuiuliit; on Mime other Hue.
My correspondent does not say on
which run tint steamer is now. 1 pic
suine that It must he homewheiu In thu
Atlantic, us I know of no vessel of that
inscription In the Purine."
"Will tills steamer run In connection
wltli thu San Peilio ami Salt I.uUe iall-
YOU lcave ne order
WE o ". rest.
Selected PINEAPPLE3 and BA
NAN AS. Next' steamer the Alameda,
MAHF IN NPWVnni
ILLLVULk ' rB
Kek-mii WMm ftiv
roail?" nslteil the reporter.
"I cannot ha," imuwercil McCdiul
less. "Iloyonil what I liavo suited 1 have
I'D definite informa Ion. llinvcvcr, I
bellevu Hint it is I.Kcly tc be 10. Tliov
I.UM' a wharf and u biiuliuater nl San
l'edrn. .mil tlii.Kit iiiiiiiiii-i.ini itu wl'.l f if
co u ise bo nt no use litem without
Dtennieis. l'lirtheri.loie, 1 be lew thai
while .Mr. (Ilbbons of the Ban Pedro &
Salt Lake f'ontpitiy was down here. Ills
cxness purpose was, althoui;'.! hu did
rot say much about It, to Investigate
Jiint Into tlilb one tiling, the eotnhllsli
li. cut of u Hue between Sun l'ctro and
this JSIlt "
it win iff mm
The Moami hotel miiiuiireineiil bni.
uimpleled nil nrningemeiits for n ilaui.it
lonlKhl to bo Riven In honor of Qutil
Icrmuster Cantaln i:. C ltalicncl;. tbn
olllcers, itasseiiKers and ladles on board
the tiausiHirt Sliennaii. Local arm)
and nnuil peojile, tourists and city foil;
will lit) given u cordial welcome.
The suit of Yusutani Otu niriilnst the
Oahu Uullwny and I-aml Company la
belnts tried beforo a Jtirv In Juilse I)c
I!nll'i coin l toitui. Ola Is snlnir for
JoOOd danniKcs for the death of his lit
tle four-year-old Ikiv. who was lulled
lit Kwn .Milt some time lino by a car
which was belns shuuteil onto another
track by means of a flyliiR switch.
You ran li-ml a Juckncs to water, but
you can't make him drink It uu
nitered. Have You
Made A Will
Are you cure your wishes
will be honestly and faithfully
carried out after your death?
We prepare wills that say
Just what you mean and say
Talk the matter over with
us. It will be confidential.
For St. Honolul".
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time Is past when education was
sn all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity,
Nowadays a man Is measured by his
clothes as much as by his knowledge,
Society and business life demands of
Its members the observance of a cer
tain code In clothes.
Good taste counts for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
Is always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREET3.
Help In Life
THREE FORKED STREAM OF
LAVA IS FLOWING TO
(Bulletin Wireless Special)
H1LO, Jan. 14 The lava flow has extended
about thirty miles; has crossed and destroyed
a part of the Government Road o;n theiKona side
The telephone poles are down and traffic is
stopped. Considerable forest area has burned.
The lava is now
sea. There is a great glare at night. A lot of
Kahuku Ranch pasture is being destroyed.
The flow is advancing at the rate of about
seven miles pertiour.
The steamer Mauna Iioa is anchored at
Punaluu. Captain Simersen says the outbreak
is near the flow "of '87. The stream is three
Jas. F. Morgan received the follow
ing wireless from Mr. Stevens this
"Grand sight; three flows. One has
reached Government road, a distance
of over twenty miles. One la between
Napuuopele and South Point. All In
Kona beside '37 flow."
Thrum's Annual of 18SS speaks of
the 1S87 (low as follows: "Mauna Loa
troJted the letldents of Kau to a lava
flow Jan. 16, accompanied by frequent
and severe earthquakes. The out
break occurred well up on the south
western toje of the mountain 'at a
point ki ov..i i.. Pohakuohanalel, and
tan through Kahuku to the sea. The
grand eight Induced several excursion
parties thither, special trips of steam
ers being required for the accommoda
tion of the excursionists. But on the
31st the eruotlon ceased as suddenly
as It had occurred. The crater of KI
tauea was reported sluggish and inact
ive during the flow from the summit
crater, but it has steadily been increas
ing In activity since, and seems to
have resumed the vigor it had prior to
the suspension of activity that occur-
led March 6, 1880."
It will be noticed that the flow In '87
occurred at Pohakuohanalel, the iden
tical point In which the Bulletin de
spatch a few days ago said that the
present outbreak was occurring.
W. W. Thayer received the following
from Carl Smith of Hllo this morning:
'Great flow. Come Immediately."
John H. Jones of the Melnerny Shoe
Co. today received the following wire
less message from his sister In Kau:
Walohlnu, Jan. 13.
To John H. Jones:
The lava flow reached the sea last
night. It Is on the Kona side of the
1887 flow. JENNIE.
The old Jones homestead, where
Miss Jones now Is, is seven miles from
The trial of Knlkaua, who U
chained with n crime with a little
?lrl, Is still In progreta in Judno Itoli
iiisou's court today. This afternoon
thu attorneys aio inaklnt; their argu
ments ami the ruse will piobubly ko In
the Jury today.
Deputy Attorney Genera! I'lemluK Is
inoseciitltiB the ciibu mid W T, Huw
litis Is nctlue for thu defcuiu. The tllal
of the case Is one of the most energetic
that lias been befoio thu court fur bouiu
time, both Huwluuu and ricmlug light
liic the various jHitntu vigorously.
Judge Ue Holt jesterday receive!
fiom Washington a cablegram to the
Ltfect that his commission bail been
forwarded, iind he accordingly qualified
and took the oath of Ills ollhe this
flowing in three
H6w True It Is
He Who Hesitates Is Lost
IN OUR LATEST FREE MARKET LETTER Wr "FFRED A BLOCK
OF 25,000 MANHATTAN CHIPMUNK STOCK AT 25 CENT a PU'. SHARE.
THEN CAMC THE WIRE
" Big Strike On Chipmunk "
WRITE US NOW FOR OUR NEXT FREE MARKET LETTER.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members of the San Francisco & Tencpah Mining Exchange, Suite No. 241
Monadnock Building, 8an Francisco, Cal,
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CA8H AND INVEBT IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1000-1065 BI8HOP 8T.
streams to the
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
ISpeclal Bulletin Wireless!
HILO, HAWAII, JAN. U. THE LAVA OF TIIC MAUNA LOA TLOW
REACHED THE SEA LAST NIGHT.
Masocf l'il fret Nlf-rttll r.M.
Parle, France, Jan. H. The
French Government has let contracts
for the construction of four new bat
tleships. Two are now building.
A uncial f J r-rw genial Call 1 1
BUENOS AYRES, Argentina, Jan.
14. The President of the Argentine
Republic will arbitrate the boundary
dispute between Bolivia and Paraguay.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 14.
The funeral of Archbishop Montgom
ery was held today. The services were
very Impressive and attended by a
vast assembly of prominent citizens
and church communicants.
What Is the use of staring trouble
in the face and defying fate by keep
ing your valuables at home? We have
the best safe deposit vault that can
be made and will rentfboxes or com
partments In It for the use of Individ
uals, corporations or trustees, who act
alone or in conjunction with another.
These boxes are absolutely safe and
can be opened only by the owner In
company with the superintendent of
the vault. Four dollars pays the rent
of a box for a year.
Trutst Co., Ltd.
"Be Sure You're Right"
than go ahead;1' but be sure your feet are well shod before you go
anywhere. Damn feet cause more sickness than anything else. Our
large and comolete line of heavy double-sole shoes are Just the thing
for winter. They are guaranteed to wear. We can fit anybody. All
of our rhoei are new and shapely.
Price $4.00 and S450
Manufacturers Shoe Co,,
! WASHINGTON, D. C, aJn. 14. -.President
Roosevelt today sent an n
idltlonal message to Congress regar
' Ing the discharge of the colored troop
implicated in the Brownsville Incident.
(The President defends his course and
I Secretary Taft submits evidence in
support of the discharge of the men.
) As roon ai the action of the President
was made a subject far critics'
ics.hes In Congress, a representative
of the Attorney General's Department
jwas sent to Brownsville to secure fur
CLINTON, lnd Jan. 14 rcr min
ers were killed here today by a gas
explosion. A number of ollics ara
' oj . -
OCDEN, Utah, Jan. 14.- A train
I was wrecked near here today, Thi.
engineer was killed and several in
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