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WEEK LY CA L R N OA It
(1 Pacific Stated,
Honolulu Chapter Mark Matter
Hawaiian Escort H. C. Hlghton
8:45 a. m.
Honolulu Corrlmandery Ctcort
Hlghton c:30 a. m.
Hawaiian First Degree
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
All visiting members of tba
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetings ot local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
lu I O. O Y. Hall. Fort street,
K It HHNDllY. Secretary
0 A. SIMPSON", N a
All visiting bro'heri very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
ft 20 oVlork In K. ot P. Hall, IClntr
itrtft. Vlsltlnr brothers cordially In.
ll-,V to uttenil.
a s wi:iim:it. c o
1' NALDItON. k it S I
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meits every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, Kins street, at 7: 3D. Mem
bers of Mystic I.oiUe, No. 2, Vm. Alo
ICInley Lodce, No. 8. anil visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
It. GOSLING. C C
a. s. khnway, k it s.
HONOLULU LODGE 811, I.,P. O. E.
iiimoiiiiti Lodge no oik, it p o. i:
it III moot hi their ball mi Kins urn
Fort stieet uvory Friday evening.
ltv order of the 12. It.
' HAItUY If. SIMPSON",
II. 12. MUItUAY, K.H.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meet every Saturday evening at
f:30 o'clock In K. ot V. Hall, King
rlmt Visiting brothers cordially In
IK to attend.
i ii wolf, c c
K. A. JACOUSQN, K. It. .
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. 2.
Heets on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNHS
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
k'clock In IC of P. Hall, King etreL
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
DAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. 8ocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. It M.
.Meets every second mid fourtli
FRIDAY of each month In I O, O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited tn
B. V. TODD, Sachem.
A. E. MUItPHY. C. of It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. E83, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEI2D, Preg.
E. V. 10DD. Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
' work right, end It right
and charge only what's
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C, W. ZEIGLER Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
,tor. Delivered to any part of city by
, courteous drivers.
'OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Btue 3151.
I Phone Main 19T
anu you'll get FRE8H BAKED bread I
Delivered to Your Home.
rRL?8H FLOWER AND VEGETACLE
13CED8 FOR SALE.
,.Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3J.
K'my. and B;thcl Sts.
We have the most com
plete line of locks, hing
es, window catches and
In the city. We supply
sultaGle goods for any
building from an elegant
mansion down to a poul
SAMPLES ON DISPLAY.
We have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather Is Just right for j
picture taking and you have the
chance of your life.
Anybody can use a kodak It's
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to cat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords.
25 CENTS WITH BEER.
, The BUSINE38 MAN'S HANDY IN
OCX, DUbllShed In the Saturrlav Bulla.
'.i- . ., ... .. . i
un ano me weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resums of all le-!
(jai notlees, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, bulldlno permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
"TrTrft rtf Hinnth Uul,l Cl,,l I
9 ii rv' wtikii rijr wuhhi
SI per year.
Jjjty'Tor Rent" cards on sate at
the Bulletin office.
Are ycu having a little private mon
ey panic of your own? If so, don't try
to borrow SELL SOMETHING, and
replenish your purse, A Bulletin want
ad. will act as your broker In the mat
Cheat the doctor, no to WnllH.
Itlnl. open Wednesday and B.itiil Jay
I N.ati.n fii.lt tlnii.l iniiuli.
I Well rnif.o Co. deliver machine- l-"iVO Points
1 innilo ikjI to mi) part or tho city. That's right, five there are others,
Have .urn seen the piolty urniy of i but these are the Important ones for
idilrl walMB and swoateis at Whllnoy'you and your eyes:
A Kinnll furnished tottngc uinl some
nl((.'l furnished rooms at llnulclca
I .uuti .no for rent. !
Whitney & Marsh arc showing .i .
new lino of white nnli shirt wulsti, !
'iImi In white Jup. Hllk. I
Alwuvs flu- latest lu inllllnory nt I
.Mist Power's inllllnory pnrlois, lloston
liitlliliiiK, Fort Htioot ;
Seventeen teachers of the nubile
schools of Hoiiiiliiln left tenia) on the
excursion to tin' volcano
Assistant Pa) master ThomnH Dunn
of tho Xuvul Station Inst night became
the hopp.v father of u daughter.
A ni'-ellng of stockholders of tliv
Rapid Transit & IjuuI Co. will bu held
on .Monday, January lis, at !i u in.
A hay in a ro In foal has strujed ficitn
I ho residence of Mr. It. A. loon, .Mil
ium vulle). Reward for return o
No Ioiik u 1 1 1 bctwicu courses when
)ou IiiikIi at tho (.'illcrioii. IIiih.v men
served pnimptly and tho meal iiwli
III tho matter of C. W. Awlifonl H.
the Iliter-lMlutid TeleBrapli Coinpaliv,
the ilefeudniit lias llled notice of with
itiuual of tii)ieal,
SneliH' HpeeliilH for next week In
v.oiiIcmi ilreHH koiiiIh, k1ooh, C'tirKOtM
Mid liedHpieadH are all at blK h:h1iii;
priced. See ail. on pane (1.
.Mon who are UkiIcIiik for honi-xt
loot a ear kIioiiIiI koc the famous
Thompson Hue of slmtH at .Manufne
lurcifc' Shoe Co See nil on Hist pane.
A Hoclill dame will be Khi'll ut tho
KnhllUiilaiil hall on Kul-nl street, to
ululit at 7 o'clock IjiiIIcs free. Tho
Home Rule iiilnlet eluh will furnish
.Maria Ilaretu, plaintiff ncnlnst W1I-'
Ham KiuMko et al. In u petition for
idineasiireinent of ilower, has llled liorton tho IiiIiIko mid looked us huppy as
'111 of costs In the e.-iKc through her
iittornoy, V. 0. Achl.
The serike In the Hall of the Goijiel
Mission on Fort sheet, npixislte the
Club Stnliles this evening at ":'M
o'clock Is open to thu public and all mo
In thu matter ot Allan T. Bottom
ley, trustee, vs. Wlllliun A. Hull, Jiuliw
Itobliison today Krantud an order ex
lonilliiK to January 23 the tlinu for ill
Iiik n bill of exceptions.
Purser Ileckley of the Klnau rcjioitj
the follonlnt; siiKur on hand on Ha
waii: H.ikahm, :!7G2; Iiupahoehop,
1SU0; Kukalaii, tlOdO; llamakiia, cuOO;
l'linuliaii, 19,000; Punaliiu, r.00.
It has been learned that tbu tnjuiy
to Air. Cnssldy was caused by a full
from u step). ulcler. Air. Cassldy Is still
ut tho Queen's Hospital under treat
ment and KottlnK iiIoiik nicely.
OoIiiE to the Volcano? Don't fowt
to take a koduk. Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. have u few to rent, as well
ufc a fresh supply of lllms, etc. The
weather Is Just rlitlit for picture tak
illK. Hxipilslte loulu and Inuliula hats.
Fans, baskets, Drebdeu buiuenlr post
als (hand-jialnted) bnibses and pot
tery. Hawaii & South Sens Curio Co.,
Youuk luillilltiK'. .Mats and Immlio'i
Fnuik Halter, n hackilrhor, was nr
rested lust nUht while under thu In
lluenco of liquor. Ho hud Intimated
his Intention of shufrilng off this nun
tnl coll. An empty tuvnlvcr was found
In his pocket.
Tho Catholic Church of Our I.ady of
tho .Mount, Kalulunl (Kullhl-uka); In
cbaiKo of Itov. Father Clcmont: To
morrow, Jnn. 20, Feust or tho Holy
Name of .losus: 11 a. in., mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school.
The following freight arrived on tho
Klnau this morning: 5000 bricks, 72.
packages mud press, 40 cords fire wood,
40 hags cnbbnge, 24 empty beer kegs, J
horses, IS hogs, 1 dog, 10 bundles
empty bags, 18 bundles hides, 38 bales
empty bottles, 5 crates chickens, S
packages coin, 1C9 packages Btindrleo.
All. Scott, an UnglUh artist, now
lbltlng these Islands, lu speaking of
tbu recent uruntloii. savs tlmt hn r.iB'vli'B tho ship's olllcurB all tho assist
cullB to mind a lectuto he listened to)l'"co wl,lc c"ul11 1)0 l"slrcd tu ordor
boiiio ears ngo, wherein tho lecturer,
a very scientific man, gavo warning to
thu world to bownro of tho year 1907
as a year lu which great seismic tll:v
turbances would occur.
Flist Methodist Episcopal Church.
Located corner of Deretnula and Miller
streets. All seats free. Strangers .
niado to feel nt home. John W. Wnd
man pastor. Services tomorrow ns fol
lows; 9:4S a. in., Sunday School and
llllilo class for udults, taught by the
pastor. 11 u. in., public worship. Al'.
Wcdiuan prenches on "The Overflow
lug .Measure of Reward." 0:30 p. m.
Hpvvorth League for Young People and
their friends. 7:30 p. m., public wui
blilp. The pabtor Bpeaks on "A Mer
s.igu of Thiee Good Cheers." The pul.
llc Is coidlully invited.
(Continued from Paaa 1.)
cntc lie should revurso himself after
henilng argument on Guar's motion
the.' should Itnvo sulllclont'tlme, hu
gave the Attorney Gonoral'B Depart
inert until Thursday lu which to file
an answer tu the bill lu equity, Hhoiil I
it bccouiu iieeessury to do so.
you frown or cqulnt In looking
at an object;
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.
ft N. SANFflRII.
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & CO.
EXCURSION FOR VOLCANO
(Continued from Pane 1)
' 'kipper of thu lutcr-lslainl Meet, was
u king as he took out Ills essel with u
whlsllo to tell thu Klmiii that lie would
bu waiting when slio anlod at tho
fceone of the How.
Tho Manna l.oa did not have Its full
hhniu of thu ladles hut h.ul enough
moil to make up. and If they do not
liaxe a good tlmo on the way up It will
nol bo the fault Vof Pniser IVIel. 1l,,iwell, Miss U. Hnrtwell, Allss O Urleti,
bus plans on foot ijul will keep oerv-j
onu busy from i"i, time they get out.'
kldo Dluniond Head till thuy return. . j
The Klnau made a record this morn'
Itnr. roinlni- tti from linr r.n-ulnr run hi
mi,. ,., ...ir. i ...l ,..i ,i .......
lUlous us well us extia blankets and
mattresses for Hie largo number or
li.sscngers, and getting away again
within an hour after sliu had arrived
The luter-lslaud Company deserves
credit for the wuj In which they hail'
died the exclusion, thoimh In the
minds of soiiu who wished to go and
couid not secure accommodations, they
do not. Great caie was tnken that
there should he room for all the ex
cursionists without any crowding
Karly this morning people who had
waited till the last minute began to
crowd the olllce. asking for tickets
They were told that until tho Klnau
cumo In and thu exact number which
could bu accommodated could bo lentil
ed from Admiral Ileckley, tin moro tick
els would bu bold.
When thu KL'iau arrived it was do
tided that without any crowding thirty
moru than bad been booked up to that
tlmo could bo taken rare of. Then .1
ecrunihlo commenced for thu tickets.
There were many moru than thirty
who wished to go hut the limit li.ul
been, pluccd and It was adhered to
closely, and ns u result theio is certalu
to bu a pleasant tilp and plenty of
room for all.
The Klmiii took 150 passengers au.l
thu buvy of pretty girls was present In
lull fot co. Admiral Hockley was In his
element and was rushing around try
ing to sou t hut over) one had every
thing they dcMicd and that there wna
nothing which could Inteifuro with tho
pleasures of tho trip. Tho Iiitcr-Uland
cilice foice was present at Ilia iloc'i
to hurry thu departure of thu vessd,
Mid tho Klnau got iivvny much sooner
than anyone expected.
Chewing gum was anions the fot
lures on board ami u great many of
tliosu-vvho weio on board had taken
along a supply of this mateilal, said to
I" BVC,lt toasleknusB. and It wus by no
means going tu waste. From all tho
h dlcatloiiB, however, thoio should hu
no causo to fear mnl-dc-mer, ns tho Bca
outside tho hiiibor lb as smooth as
glass, ami unless a high wind should
spring up suddenly thu weather for the
uxciiisloii should bo perfect.
Thu exclusion bouts should reuch
fialiukona tonight between 9 nud 10
t 'clock, anil. then, being under the lou
of the Island, thu wutor should bo very
iiulet. Thu lullectlou of tho outbreak
tdiould bu seen from this point If thu
night Is not cloudy. Tho How Itself
should bu leached and tho very llueni
tight of all boon about midnight.
The following passengers left on
the Alnuna l.oa;
Messrs. Lyman, AlcCorrlbton (2),
llemenway, Segcleu, Ferris, Castle,
Wlckett, Cooper, I.eiiike, Macfailane.
ILmihnidt, Isenberg, Alellr)de, Thajer,
Spindle, lliuwii, I'.ek, Dowbett (2),
It will no longer be necesesi-y to
ellmb atalrn to nee our snlendld ttork
of hooks. We are moving Into down
ct.ilrs quarters on Hotel St. between
fort and Bishop. In addition to our
regular line of standard books In seta'
we aie titling out an old book shop.
Here will be sold old, new and out -
of-prlnt sets, or single volumes In any
Also library furnishings, etc.
Visitors always welcome,
Wm, C. Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel St. bet. Fort and Bishop.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
j Bulletin give a complete summary of
inn nw or me nay.
1064 Fort St.
ltlchaidsou, Woods, Hudson, flllc,
1'etrle, liiislilughnm, Ilcsslnger, Ilaei,
Johnstone, Angus (3), Kennedy (3),
llldgood, Owens, Pails, Winters, Wlch
nun, nreciiwoll, Perkins, llutcliln.i,
Hill. Hind. Wright. Ilosmer, Illuck
man, ll.illey, Jack l.ueas, Love, .Misses
Curium, Ambriise, Alow bray, Ouult,
HoKenliuuei, Uximls, AUCorrlston, II
iSMter, 15. Sutter. AliCnrthy, rtani.
Keuuedv, AliCamlless, Mrs. Hemciiway,
S. Johnson, Allts Wluno,
S'older, Allss .1. Hurt-
M' Hlanehard. Allss Leslie, Allss Al
AteAndiews, .MUs llutcliliis, Allss Iy -
'''. Miss Iloden. Allss Hotele. Airs
n. 1-. hooii. .miss near, jhsh wreiei,
Mis. C. J. Hiitchlns, Airs. Ilergstrom.
Tin. KlllilH's passengeis weio:
"r, S"'11',11'; ' ') (lla',l'1"'lo1r'1 "' "
f"- ' I-"l-'; S' ""
lllLiiiinii-oii, .uiinti. . vtiiiL-fin, .
Sihmldt, i:. S. Smith, H. J Waterman,
C (1 Ilartlett. (1. J. ONelll, Jus.
Haughtou. II. 11. H.islon. It. Valentine,
O. II. Whittle), Do Witt (llbsoii, Irai
Wells, W W. Hall, Allss (llllette, Alix'
F.. U Cutting, AlUs I. Cook, Allss I ,
ltlchardson, Allss W AhreiiB, Airs. C. ,
J hlih.it dsoii. Miss H C l.)oiis. Airs.
ilssell, Allss lllssell. Miss A. Allltch,
Mr N. Walklns, Airs J Al. Little, Airs.
J. 11. Portions. .Mis. it. Itetdrord, .Mas
ter Kcldioid, Miss Oliard, Mis. Hodlek,
Allss Certz, Allts A Alacfurlune, Airs.
Lauz, Mrs. II (1. Noounii, Allss Al.
Grace, Allss II, C. Smith. AIUs S. Ale
mi inc. iiira 1 1 1 miiiiii iHion t? itj
Lain, AIIrs Lycctt, N. K. Hedge, l".H(,t' I'olltlclan, koclallst and in ninny
Klanip, J. Frnnkel, E. C. Smith. O. 8,
Webber, II. II. Anderson, Allss F. Alolr,
L. Molt, H. Illshop, K. Wilcox, W. Sic
Dougall, A. AtcDougall, Allss vou Ccsiv
er, Allss I jovr, Allss II. l,ow, F. W.
Wood, J. S. Donagho, Alostcr Dow-,
Miss A, Judd, Allss Al, Alos3iuan, Mlsi
F. Lynch, A. Humberg.U. W. Wnldron,
G. ltodlek, L I Cutting, P. C. Hall, C.
L. King. C. G. Halleutyne, F. A. Potter,
W. J. JctTcrs, J. A. Wilder, D. H.
Illteiicock, Air. Ljber. W. Slnglohursl,
Geo. Angus, Judge Perry, II. C. Curler,
Allss Al. Illuck, Allss H. D. Short. Allss
Dodge, U C. Howhilid, C. T. Fltts, J. S.
Heed, Allss Al G. llordeu, Alls. II. II
Cox, Airs. H. J. Ixird, .Frunk Ann
Urong, F. C. Smith, H. O. White, Alrj.
II. James, Allss Haton, Allss Al.
Schmidt, Airs. A. L. Soule, Miss 11.
Alllfs, Al. J Hlsbell, U. Curtwrlght, Jr.,
Dr. W. G. Rogers, S. 11. Deiby, Allss
Jumcs, Allss A. Dow, Allss Al. Dow.
II. II. Williams, Allss Fltziuorrls, Allss
II. Morgan, Airs. I G. Aluishall. V. H.
Tenney, T. S. Hall, II. II. Jiiugclaus.
W II. Mclneiuy, W. J. Nell, Dr. L. T
Aleuts, Allss K. Cioss, Allbs Al. Deano,
Allss Ingeisoll, J. H. Castle. F. II. Dam
on, A. V. Gear. J. Louis.-.!. Wlllln.nu
To their favorite smoking tobacco.
Tobacconists try to keep all brands In
order to supply their trade's demand. I
Our Standard Smoking Tobacco
Stock Is a large one. If you can't get
what you want at your tobacconist,
come here; we'ie Sure to have the
brand you want.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Mrs. J. S. l)w, J. a. 1w, .Mrs. I). .1.
Head, 1". H. Ilolilnson, W. M, Campbell
J H. Slinrp, A!. H. Itoblnson, Airs. Al.
H. Nichols. H. Altnlin, K. Parker, A.
S. Webber, S. Al. Crehore, I Pctile,
Airs. James Le. Jnmei Iole, (1. 1
Cnstle, George Castle.,
iwn ikm wm
! i .-.r r, in,
LdUK UI f UflQS HOI
Prevent Sale Of
Although tho Survey Department Ih
Inoko mid can undeitako no now work
nor otcn finish that which is already
In piogress, Its Inactivity will not en
tirely tlo tho hnnds of Lnnd Commls
aloner Pratt. Thero Is still somo land
that has nlrcndy been survoyoil that
can bu disposed of.
Tho first land that will bd placed on
thu market, probably, Is tho Alown
tinct. This parcel has already been
suriujed mill cut up. Tho La ml Com
missioner Is now only waiting for thu
nttlon of tho road Jury which Is to
pass on tj matter of u road to tho
Alewa tract to glo access to tho land
The Jury went over tho lino of tho
pioposcd road some lime since, but bus
tot yet concluded Its work in tbu mat
ler. Thero nro still soinu questions to
be decided. Tho Jury will meet again
at 3:.10 .Monday afternoon to listen to
liny piotests that nn.wme may liae to
icnko tu tho opening up of tho road.
Alter the matter has been finally do
rlded mid a load selected to gliu lie
nss to tho tract, thu Commissioner
will olfer tllo lots for sale.
Another tract which can bu disposed
c' without further notion on the part
of tho survey Department Is thu Hakn
Ian tract, or the greater part of It.
Thero aru threu parcels of land In this
trnct. Two of them huo been survey
ed mid can bu put on tho market. The
third one Is still unsiirvcyed, ami this
will liuo to wait until tho Survey Do.
partmcut Is In funds once nioio and
cm get to work ngaln.
Resides tho two tracts mentioned,
thero nru u largo number or llttlu
pieces of land scattered about thu Tor
iltory which have been surveyed but
hao nover been put up for tale or
base. Tho Land Commissioner will
take theso up and offer to dlsjioso or
them while ho Is walling for survejii
ol tho moru Important tracts,
Altogether, bo will hum uiirtf
,ciiaiigh to l;eoi him moderately busv
, uK. ttny f .UHpoai,,,; f nI1(1 ,j.
, djtloti to tbu regular routine work or
,s t,moi. W,ici. iH consldeinble.
George Markham Has
Narrow Escape From
Geoigu Atarkhiim. Well kl.nu.l na n
---- -.-, ... (
oilier ways, whs'iiIIovvcmI to go with u
comparatively small flue, when the na
ture of tho offense is considered, by
Judgu Whitney ibis morning uHur lie
nuil been round guilty of poisoning
two dogs belonging to out. of his nelgl:
bors. Hu was oi tiered to pay $100 to
Iho Tenltoiy lu tho way ot a lino,
and to pay tho costs of thu trial,
amounting to $3.40.
Judgo Whitney was not at all bock
ward lu stating what ho thought of n
man who would do maIi a trick as dog
loisonliig, and stated that he coubM
eied that If ho had given Alurkham a
bcntenco of hIx months in Jail ho
would not 1iyo g:-en him more than
hu duborved. 0:i account of tho fact
that others bcldu thu guilty party
would Biiffor If liiii.rlsoiiment was giv
en, tho Judgo gavo tho sentence as
CHIUSa A1ARU MAY
BE ABLE TO
GET AWA MONDAY
The Chiusu Alaru libel matter is still
dragging wearily tluougli tho Admit al
ly Court. It has'alroudy luBtod consid
erably over a week, nearly two weuks,
In fact, and Is not yet concluded. II.
W. Uieclrons states, however, that it is
expected that tho taking of testimony
will bo concluded bomu tlmo today,
and matters will bo bo far adjusted
that tbu Chlusa Alaru will bu able to
pet uvvny by next Alondny. Shu bus
l-beon leudy to leave for some tlmo, but
pas been held by tho necesblty of her
captain and tome of tho rest of her
now appearing in comt us witnesses
in the caso. Thu captain wus 011 tho
wltnobs stand for nearly two days. His
testimony was to tho unuct that tho
Bteamer was not In a daugeioiiH posi
tion Ho stated that she did not bump
ai all vviiiio slio was 011 thu leef.
Jr'For Hent" cards on sale
the Bulletin office.
Friday, January 18.
Nor. S. S. Slldrn, Christiansen, for
Ocean Island, 10 p. m.
Slmr Claiidlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, Laupahochoe and llllo, ft-15
Saturday, January 19
Slmr Klnau, Frrunan, for Volcano
excursion, in SO n m
Slmr. .Manna ljtxt, SIiiutjoii, for Vol
cano excursion, 10 n in '
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT S.
Notice Is hereby ghen that thu mi-
jliual meeting of thu stockholders of
jtho Honolulu Ilnpld Transit & Land
Company will bo held nt the Picsl-
'dent's olllcu, room 1109, Stnugcnwnld
lliilldlng, In thu city of Honolulu,
County of Oaliu, Territory of llnwi'l!,
on .Monday, the 28tb day of January,
1907, at the hour of II a. in., for tho
hearing unit consideration of tho an
nual leports of tho officers and such
other business as mar come before
Ily order of the Hoard of Directors.
unonai: p. TiiiHLtfN,
Honolulu, Jnnuary 18th, 1907.
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Small furnished cottage and nicely fur
nished looms ut IJutiJcleu Lawn, cor.
Richards and Hotel Sts.
Hay niaio lu foal from residence of
It. A. l,on, Mnnoa Valley. Howard.
KENNEDY'S TOUR TO LOUISIANA
llllo, Hawaii, Jan. IS. C. C. Ken
nedy, or tho Wnliikeu -Mill Company,
who loft rir Now Ol leans on Noveni
her 17 last, relumed to llllo ufler an
interesting and valuable trip. Ills vis
it was madu primarily lu thu Interests
of tho different plantations for thu pur
pose or Investigating tho. methods or
loading canu employed lu Louisiana.
The story often lopeated heio has
been to the effect that canu loading In
Louisiana costs about four cents per
ton, whereas here It costs nine cents.
"And Hint Is about light," said Air.
Kennedy, "but tho way thut they work
thero Is so different from the way that
wo work hero that a comparison can
hardly bo drawn. What thuy do not
upend lu lifting thuy spend In cutting.
Wo saw thu canu loaders at work 011
tho llosirvo Plantation utter wo hud
visited tbe Cora Plantation, which Is
I'bout ninety miles from Now Orleans.
Tho cnne-Iouilers tiro excellent ma
chines and work well but Hhen overy
lourth row Is cleaned and the cane put
Into neat bundles by tho cutters. Thu
cane Is left free or leaves, so that tbu
111011 or thu machines doing tho load
ing have nothing to do but to pick tho
bundles up. Thuio lu Louisiana cane
cutting costs fifty cents a ton, while
hero It costs about twenty cents. Hero
wo stilp tbu cuuo twlcu while thoiu
they do not strip at all.
"I was accompanied on my trip by
11. Deacon. Wc! reached Nuw Orleans
In four iluys fr6m Sim Francisco by
thu Santa Fo. By wa)-1 of Incident, wo
crossed over lo Mexico at El Paso. ICv
cry courtesy was shown us by thu
Louisiana planters wo met. Professor
HI011I11, who used to bo In Hawaii, Is
now conducting the experimental stu
tion Ih Now Orleans and has a class of
lads raising cane and making sugar
with a miniature mill, small vacuum
pan and bo on. Thu work Is very in
teresting und Is thoroughly well con
ducted. "In onu respect tho mills thero aio
ahead of ours hero In Hawaii. They
aru beautifully kept and aiu clean tu
r. lemarkablu degrou. They aro not us
well equipped mechanically but I must
confess that I did lipt smell u sour
spot about any of them.
"Labor illmculliuti? I do not think
that thuy have any very bad ones.
They rely on negro labor as their buck
bono. Tho negroes aro faithful work
ers ond can bo relief 011 for Just so
lunch woik. Thcro aro other races or
course, but tho negro 1b the main stay.
Thu color lino is rigidly enforced nml
ovon the waiting rooms for black and
white men nro goparate."
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The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterns and ool-
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and see them.
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62 King St.
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