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r,'imiHf mir.i.BTiN, Honolulu, t. il.AvhDjViwday. .ian. i. um.
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WEEKLY DA. EHDAB !l .
MOM1AV I WO'jl
Oceanic Stated, i W
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I- THUKSUAV at
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All visiting members of li
order nro cordially ttivllcil to
attend tnt itlngs or locul lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets oory Monday ovenlng at
7:30 In 1. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. U. 1IKMIKY. Becrctary.
r. w. 0RiuiiNa,N. u.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday ovenlnB "t
i:30 o'clock In K. or 1. Hall, coi
Fort and Ucrctnnla. Visiting broth
rs cordially invited to attend.
A. S. WKII11I2U, 0. 0.
1". WALDUON, K. K. 3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of V.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. or P. Hall, cor. Fort and Ucro
tanla, at 7:30. Members or Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Win. McKlnlcy Lodgo
No. S, and visiting brothers cordially
(enornl II' moss.
It. 003MNO, C. 0.
A. d KUNWAY, K. K. S.
HONOLULU LODQEjBlG, D. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, II. 1'. O
E will meet la their hall on King
Dear Fort street overy Friday ovou
lug. Ily order or tho U It.
1IAUKY A. WILDIIU,
T. K. lUCIIAUUSON, SS.-K.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets ovcry Saturday ocnlng at
7:30 o'clock In K. or P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ucrctanla? Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend
L. II. WOLF, 0. 0.
H. A. JACOHSON. K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on ihe 2nd and 4th WKU
NKSDAY evenings or each month at
7:30 o'clock lu K. ot I'. Halt, cornor
lleretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Kugles are Invited to at
tend. L. n. TWOMKY, W. President.
II. T. MOORK, Secy.
" HAWAIIAN TIUBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days or each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall Visiting brothers (.or-
$ Holly Invited to attend.
' A I) CASTIIO.
A A. K. MURPHY, O. ot It.
' I WE ARE AGENTS FOR
S Winton Touring Car
Ihe Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
HONOLU'U IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at'
tention paid to JOP WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Smrll and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Hot. 44-50 Kino; St., Katscy Blk., bt.
v Nuiianu and Smith Sts.; Tel. 189.
C 1 a s i c P o p u 1 a r
URGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bids;., Fo-t St.
books or ( Jl arts. ledger-
iractrj-od by the nullttln Pub
1 rJ r
King and Bethel Sts.
It was all right
Honolulu Gas Co.,
becoming to the wearer arc
made by us with thnt elegance
of style and quality that bears
the name "Knox. New York."
There's nothing better than is
A water-proof wall-paper
for bath rooms and kitchens.
Wilder & Go.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
Ml NICHOLS CO.
Loving Cups, Trays,
ies, Teco Pottery- -
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO., Alx.
If it Was
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A UUniinnc mrnrc Mnt In 2.1(1
will got nny kind of n Bulletin Want
Ad. attended to for you.
Panama hut cleaned at tlu (llolii-
Candies the best come from Alex-,
under Young Cafe.
Take home a box of Allgrctti's cho-,
to nil; iiuuiu? uuu jiihac guuu,
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis;
ters. Hawaiian Ofiicc Specialty Co.!
There will In- Ooulili' tiiatallallon
crvlcm In K or I" Hull mi Friday
The I. 8 Dodges ore spending some
llnir 111 llir .1. U rustic bungalow on
Suits are now being prepared by the
Tax office force against all delinquent
Conn l.imnllln No. itfnn. A O I'
nlll moot tliln ovrnliiR In K of V.
Iinll nt 7 30.
Wntrli nlglil norvlcrs, with rcfronli-
tnunti ndtlcil, erp lielil nt the Mi-Hi
i id I si church.
Hoffmann Clinii Ilouso open nil tlm
tlm6 on Hotel Elrccl, lunr Nuunnti
Fxccllont monls nt lowest prices
Too Went Girt to hcikI onr
f i lends Is a raso of Island proBonct
Mis. Kcni-ns has a ricsh lot ready for
A cable Runnnniis from his lfe. ulio
Is scrtoimly 111 nt tho Cn.irt, look Dr.
Dcrhy awn on tho llllonlan yestvr
ln. Tho annual .January snip of l.adlen
iniisliii niulurwpar nt N. S. Sachs Dry
llooils Co. hcRlns mi S.iluiilay, Jan
AiIIbIIi' ciilcmlnis hale been 11
ele,i from T. II. Il:iii-i k. Co., I.lil..
Hawaiian Trust Co. Ltd. and II. M.
Coat your Iron n'ofs with "Aruhlc
Von nlll he surprlbcil nt Its coiiIIiik
ami preservntho properties. California
IVoil Co., nccnts.
Your wife never tasted nny choco-
lutes quite so good as Aligrctti's and
ti:cy sue sold only by iienson, bmttii
& Co., Ltd.
Music classic and popular; vocal
and liiKtrntniMital. at tho llerKStiiiui
.Music Co., Ltd., ()ld I'YIIoUH llldK .
Von Mill Kel kooiI it hiilirt fiotu mi
occasional visit to llulelnit durliiK
this cnr and ou limy ns well hectn
The regular meettliiK of Ulxlxlou J
A.'O. II.. to hnc been held this moil
ing, Is postponed until net Wcdites
cln.i, January S.
I'lesldeut .Moikiiii stntcs that Cov
pi nor l-'ronr will nddross tlie Cliniiiher
or Commerce on tho day of his ai rival
When ou sl(;n ;i hond ns surety To.
u friend, joii Injure our ciedll, and
jeopardize join- CFtnto. Iti fcr hltn to
the Hiiuullan Trust Co., Ltd., Tort HI
Twenty secoiKi-nanit bcwIiis ma
rhlnps of nil standard makes for nalo.
Prices f loin ?.r, up. Iteniiy & Co., Ltd.,
S0nt8 White Kiimlly Itolnry, 12Gfi
I'crt rtrect. l'lioi-n 488.
.M. T. Slmouton, L. I'olilc and
Onirics S, Crano were elected lust
nljdil ns tiuslees of KxcolMor Lodgo
No. 1, 1. U. O. 1-'., to servo dining tho
Man Hum; Y.it I'd Is the name id the
first Chinese dully p.iiur for lliinoltilu
lo he stinted Inuioirow. ('. .lack Lai,
inrnier editor of Hie Hawaiian Chinese
News, will dlltcl It.
Honolulu lion Works Co. has heou
awarded tin contract for pipe and lit
IliiKH for Wnlnien. Hawaii, water
winks. Its hid was Jlolo.nu iiKiilnst
u:il."0 of Cation. N -III Co.
You can leant to Kle that flue ex
pression lo our plajlnr; that Is pos
sible otherwise only to fluhdicd pc-r-lonncrs,
If you lune an AukuIiis Piano
l'laer. The Hawaiian News Co..
Yoiiiik bulIdliiK', are the iiReiits.
The Jnpaneso barbel H did not (jo
in strike ns tome of the people Bald
this moinlui;, hut Instead, they closed
their shops to celebrate tho New Yeni.
Tl,iio who weio nccustonipil lo gpt
tliiK shnveil nt Ihe Japauexo haiher
lmps were Kie.itly dlsappnliited lo
llnd that thclt weedy chins and cheeks
could lint bo hhoin.
If you, don't want to be sued or
vcur name to be dally advertised as
a delinquent taxpayer, call at the Tax
office at once and pay up your taxes.
JinlKo Do Dolt yesterday Kavo JudK
munt for W. ('. Itowp uKnlnst S. Slo
pheiisou for Jj.''.l In n partnership
i.ccoiiuts dlsputo. This was a modl
tlcntlou of the fliullnt; by Job Hatch
elur, to whom tho matter wan some
time ugo icfenvd. Tho cuso litis inn
c.loHB two sears. Complainants and
lespoudeiit weiu paitncra 111 tho paint
ers' trndo and tho kind or books they
kept inuile tho accountliiK nu almost
Mrs, Cordelia Chinch Allen, tru-ileu
under the will of Wlllliun I-'esseuden
Allen, has filed a iccclpt to herself us
executilx for till of the per6ou,il piop
erty In tho estate of her late husband,
coiuinlslns 1297.50 in notes and
morlgaKes, $500 In bonds, jr.iJS.nn in
Hawaiian statiip'i ami $3844.:r, lu out
Btninlliigs, besides stocks us follows:
50 shares Unltin Feed Co., 7a C. Brew
er & Co., 07 I'loncm- Mill Co., ICO Oiilm
Hallway & Lund Co,, 08 Mcllrydo Siig
nr Co., r,ll Ciilerpilho Mill Co., 2 l'a
cllle Club. 7 Ilawulluii Star, 7 Ila
wullun Trust Co., 10 liitur-lulniid Tel
cgraph Co , C II. I Dillingham Co., ru
Jjern Illvor Oil Co., 8 Hawaiian Com
nt'iclal & Sugar Co., 38 Hawaiian
Ullctrlc Co., CO Wnlalua Agricultural
t:J, 2 IlonoluTu Tlnplil Transit & Land
C'i., and 5 Oaliu Sugar Co.
A. ii SANFQRD.
Boston Building, Fort Street
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDftY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH dry cleaning
2fi8 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
Curios and Jewelry
Approaches Final Action
TDK 10, Japan. Dec .'II The tlpvcriinient has hnnded Ambassador
O'llileii a mciuui nudum on the riucMInu of emigration which, If Is bo
!lecd. will be Ihe basis of a satisfactory settlement.
A plivale dispatch fiom Washington saH: Speaker Cannon's list
of cMiniitlllees shows lhal Delegate K Unlauanlc has been left oft tho
Committee on TciiIIoiIch. He is lelalneil on the Coinage, Weights mid
.Measures Committee and aNi on the Pilvulc Land Claims Committee.
ST I'llTHltSIII'ltG, Itussln, Dee. 111. One blind red unit Klxty-iccn
members or the second Duma, who signed tho Vlhorg manifesto, Iiiino been
scnieuied lo three months' imprisonment and two have been acquitted.
N13W lYOIlK, N. Y., Dc". 31. Plans luno been approved for extend
lug the subway fiom the llaltery to llronx. Tho cost will bo G0,0U0,000.
COUNT TOLSTOI INJURED
ST. PHTIHtSIIUUtl. Itussln, Deo.
shoulder dhlocalcd by being thrown
LAND FRAUD MAN PARDONED
WASHINGTON. II. ('., Dee. .'11. Puter, Itnpilsonecl nt Portlnnd, Or
igon. for laud frauds, has been pardoned.
ALABAMA SALOONS CLOSED
niU.MINGHAM, Ala., Dec. :ii -uloons limn been clowil In llfy
counties of Alntinma.
mi , tM m
BELGIUM'S PREMIER DEAD
IIUrssiJLS. Ilelgliini, Dec. 31.
Ni:V YORK, N. Y., Dec. 31. La
ii I, I i i in ,'i'U'HI .LH. ltT
U. S. .DEPARTMENT
The folloulug data, col ci lug a pe
riod of "'! eat'H, have been coinplleil
liom the McKlbblu iiud Weather ilu
ir-ill iccoids nt llonoliilii, T. II. Tltoy
ere Issued In show llio conditions that
have pre.illcd, during llio mouth In
question, lor tho nliovu perhul of
'ears, hut lutiul NOT ho constiueil as
a forecast of tho weather conditions
for tho coming month.
.Month: Junuaij, for 33 jears. 18
jeurs means; 1J jtars pxtreiues.
Tempei attire (18UO-1007) Mean or
normal lemperntmo, 71 degrees; tlm
warmest month was that of IS'JS, with
nu nver.igu or 72 degrees; tho coldest
month was that of lUtir,, with an aier
ago of 07 degrees; tho highest tem
perature was SI degrees on tho l'Jth,
1SU1; the lowest teinpeiutliro was 51
degiees on tlm 27th, IS'J.'.
Precipltutlon IJ87S-94, 'J0r,.7, 20
ears) Aeiugo Tor tho mouth, 3.03
Inches; avcrngo number or day with
.01 or nu Inch or moio, 13; llio great
est monthly pieclpllutlon Whs 12.11
Inches In )b07; tho least monthly
I reclpltntloa wns 0.17 Inches In 1878;
tho greutest nmofint ot precipitation
iccoidcd lu nny 24 consecutive hours
was n.3(i Inches on tho 2Mb, 1S70.
Relative llumlillly (1) o'clock aver
ages fiom leioids or Toirltoiiul Me
teorcdogisl 8 o'cloclt averages from
Weather lluieau lecordB) Aerago SI
n m., 72 per cent; Si p. m , 78 per cent
(1S90-19U1); 8 a m., 72 per cent; 8
p. m., 71 per cent (1903-7).
Clouds nnd Weather (1890 1907)
Averugu number or clear ilays, 11 j
is the only piano player that
gives you complete control ov
er the piano.
If you love music, you can
learn to give that fine expres
sion that is possible only to
finished performers and own
ers of the AN0ELU3.
Call and try it at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER Y0UHQ BLD0.
- 1064 Fort
OF PEOPLE IN JAIL
III. -Count Tolstoi has had his
from n horse.
The Premier of llelglum Is dead.
ndlords are iciliirltig rents.
11 ' ' I j-rt J MaBi i ii i I .
partly cloudy dajs, 11; cloudy days, fi.
Wlml (illrectlon 23 yearn; velocity
3 jcnis) Tlio piovulllng winds nro
liom tlio NU. (1875-91, 190.V7); tho
inerugo hourly udoclty or tho wind
Ik ,'!.r, miles (19ur,-7); tho highest Ve
locity ot Ihe wind was 13 miles from
tho S.W. on the 18th, 19011.
Station; Honolulu, T. II.
Dato or Issue: Dec. 31, 1907.
WX1. II. STOCKMAN,
Seel Ion Director, Weather Bureau.
GREAT NEW BATTLESHIP.
Qtilncy, Muss., Dec. 17. At tho mo
ment tho guns of Admiral Hvuns'
licet weie inuring out their faiowell
kaluto at l'oit Monroe the Hist kco,
plate of the great h.itt't thlp, Ninth
DukoUi, llio largest battleship In the
world, with tho exception or her uls
ter ship, the Dolaw(iio, wns laid In
the yard or the I'oto Hltcr Shipbuild
ing Conipnify here.
The North Dakota will be a fourth
larger than the laigcst ship now In
tho Ameilcau navy. Tlio contrnctoi
has tin c-o jear.i In which to complete
llio building ot Ihe ship, and the olll
cors or tho company say that they
will ho nhlo to complete tho North
Dakota pioylded the material Is not
delayed so that her luiiiichlng may
take place ten mouths from tnduy.
United States Senator (Icoigo S.
Nixon confers with President Roose
velt and states that Federation la
doomed In Nevada camp.
Official at Sacramento says there
will bo' general retrenchment on all
IN Hli PORTS
CABLE REF0RT OF SAN
Monday, Dec. 16.
KlTltKKA Snllocl. Dec 15.
Am. Kchr Hvn. for Honolulu.
HHATTLi: Sailed. Dec 15:
Am sp. H. M Phelps, for Kabulul.
Tuesday, Dee. 17.
YOKOHAMA -ArrUcd Dec. 1.',:
Jap 8. S. Hongkong Main, hvuco
Wednesday, Dee. 18.
AUCKLAND Arrived. Dec. 17.
llr. H. S. Ciown of (Inllcl-i, hence
Thursday, Dec. 19.
SALINA CIU'Z Arihcd Dec. 13:
A -II. S. H. Mexican, hence Nov. 30.
CHtAY'S HAltllOIt Sailed Dec. 17:
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, for Hono
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 19;
A.-1I. S. S. Missouri, rnr Sound.
SAN ntANCISCO Arrived, Dec. 19:
P. M. 8. S. Chlnn, hence Dec. 13.
Friday, Dec, 20.
VICTORIA ArrUed Dec 19:
llr. S. S Moana, henco Doc. 12.
Saturday, Dec. 21,
NKWCASTLK Sailed Dec. Ifi:
Am. bkt' o Ptiako, tor
Monday, Dec, 23.
dAN I-'RANCtSCO-Salled Dec. 21
Am. bit. Annie Johnson, for Hllo.
KAIIULUI Arrived Dec. 23:
A.-ll. S. 8'. Novadnn, henco Dec. 22.
1111.0 Arrived Dec, 21:
Am, 8. S. lCntcrprlso, lienco Dee. 20
SA KRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 23:
HIT. St. Knthcrlue, for Hllo.
Tuesday, Dec. 24.
Am. hktno Coronado, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAM"A;-Sallcd Dec. 21:
8. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Dec. 26.
SAN 1TIANCISCO Sailed Dee. 21:
Am. schr. W. II. Marston, for Ilono
lulu. cAN 1'RANCISCO Arrived. Dec JC.
A.-ll. S. S. Ncbraskan, from Snllua
Am. sp. E. M. Phelps, from Seattle
for Knhultil, put In leaking.
Friday, December 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 27:
Am. bktne. Irmgard, henco Dec. 12.
PORT TOWNSKND ArrUed Dec. 27.
Am. bk. Albeit, fiom Hllo Iku G.
Saturday, Dec. 28.
HAN ntANCISCO Sailed Dec. 28:
O. 8. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
SAN KitANCISCO, Sailed Dec. 27:
A.-ll. S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu
SAN I'RANCISCO Sailed Dec. 20:
A.-ll. 8. S.. Alaskan for Sallna Cruz
SAN l)Ii:0O Anlved Dec. 27:
A.-ll. 8. S. Arlzouaii, from Sallna
1IILO Arrhcii Dec. 27:
Iaiii. bk. Mohlcaii, fre.ni Tncoma.
'' Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN KRANCISCO An Ived Dee. 29:
7iii lik.' AnTl'rew "Welch, rrnm' Hllo.
PORT TOWNSUND Anlved Dec. 28:
Am. bk Albert, fiom Hllo.
KIJRIIKA Atrlvcd Dec. 29:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, rrnm Hllo.
KAHULIM Arrived, Dee. 29:
A.-ll. S. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
Monday, Dec. 30.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 29;
P. M. 8. S. Korea, henco Dec. 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
l'r. S. 8. Aiulral I'ourlclioii, for Ho
nolulu. KAIIULUI Sailed Dec. 29:
Am. bit. K. V. Whitney, for Sail
Note Am. sp. Jnliez Howes failed
to get away from Kiihulul on Satur
day, ns reported.
SAN KltANCISrO-rSiilIeil Dec. 31:
P. M. S. S. China, for Honolulu.
SAN KRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. hk. Kdw-urd May, rrnm Mukn
well Dec. 11.
PORT OAMHU-2 Sailed Dec. 30:
Am, sell. Allco Cooke, ror Honolulu
A11KHDKKN Arrived Deo. 30:
Am. bstn. flenova, rrom IMaknwell,
NKWCASTLK Arrived Dec. 2D:
llr. S. 3. Aotcn, hence Dec. 11. '
it X 5 X 30 M Dtl JC K M X V iK K 3f
) TRANSPORT SERViCE '
Warren, In Philippines.
Thonins, sailed ror Manila, Dec. 11.
llufnrd, at Manila.
Sheridan, nt San I'ranclbco.
Ixigan, nt San Francisco,
Crook, snlled for Mnnlln, via (liiam,
Sherman, at San Francisco.
V M K K Jf 11 JC K K Ii W K H S
Si PASSENGERS ARRIVED '
Per stmr. Cluiiilltio, fiom Lahalna,
-l a. m. Jan. 1. K. R. (lutes, O. W.
Kuowlvs, M. Morse.ill. Jimmy, S,
Wrlglit, It. 8. Polllslor. Mrs, Williams,
child and maid, N. Anderson, O. Mitch
ell, S. Tuylor, A. W. Cardlnall, Mrs.
Parker. II llaclwn, Mrs. D. KJnney
Miss Awuuu, Miss Fieelh, Miss Peed
W. (Irahnui and wlfo, J. Davis, .1,
l.llllll, Ulipu Jilliuiuj, .tuna iiuiuuut
Dr. Norgaanh Miss Freltas, Jas,
Per slmr. Mlknhalo, fiom 'Wiilmeu,
Jan. 1. ". O. Crowell, wlfo and child,
II. Illuko, J. Nclicl, Mrs. C. II. Rico
i.ud maid, Mss Kdlth Jtlco, Mrs. II.
llhiko, Jos. Forriirls, W. K. Schultzc
lend wlfo, Wm, Kolloy, Cupt. Clark,
jdlsa Sllvn, Miss Wllholm, Mlb"B Priest,
J. J. Pavas, I. I.ovoll, Miss Anderson.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete sumniary ol
he news of the day.
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New moon Jan. 3, at 11:13 n. in.
Hawaiian standnrd ttmo Is lo hour
30 minutes slower than Orecnwlc
time, being that of tho meridian of ir
iegrees 30 minutes. The lima whist
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which Is tlto sal
as Orccnnlcli, o hours 0 minutes. S.
end moon are for local time for tie
i o I
Wedticsclay, January 1.
Sttnr. Claudliie. llcnnett, from La
I'.'iliin, 3:38 n. m.
Stnir. Mlknhaln, Slmjion, fro
Wulinen, u. in.
Stmr. Nilhnti, Mitchell, from Alnt
klnl, 5:20 n. m.
WATERFRONT NOTES H
On ncrotint of the lmihor lmprcne
ment work whlcli will bn started
within tho next week the position ot
the range lights lu tho harbor will
be changed. There aro two of these
lights, the one now lu the old light
house will he .shifted temporarily to
tlio water tower nearby, nnd the ic.ir
range light, now- on tho custom
house, will be placed on the loof ot
tho coal shed lit the foot or I'ott
Tho Hawaiian Dredging Company
will probably commence tho 111 si
work on the harbor luipiiivemeiit
within the next week. Until the dip
per nnd tho suction styles of dredges
w-lil be used. The latter Is now nt
Kabulul, but will be brought to Ho
An endless chain of scows loaded
with cars Into which the debris will
be dumped will be used In connection
with tho clipper diedge, nMcr which
tho material taken out will he used
lu building up Sand Island on tho
KENILWORTH'S LONG VOYAGE.
i ' 'i r r-
' Ryv tho tlmo tho ship Kcnllworlh
i enches San Francisco and her pres
nit protracted mi) age Is ended, many
or her crow, who shipped ns young
men lu Philadelphia, Uneaten to at
tain to ii ilpe old nge. Ariel- occupy
ing 19." days on the passage hero rrom
the (Junker City tho Keiiilworth has
itccompllshed ncui!) one-lhlril or tbu
Journey, and she stinted rrom Rio
Juuclto to grapple with tho imnalii
lng two-third on Tuesday last. The
KenllwprJIrlii tho hoydey of 1ier jcnitli
was a cllppei ship, niul broke many
iccords for fast passages on long wiy-
ages, but on Ihe present occasion shu
Is not living up to her former lepu
tntion. Sho lcrt Philadelphia on Aug
ust 11, 19011. ror San Francisco. On
February 11th sho put Into Monte
video III n damaged condition, having
met with several hurricanes, drrrlng
which she lost a number or sails nnd
wns utmost dismasted. She left Mon
tevideo cm April 4th. lifter undergo
ing repairs, but ngalu encountered
heavy weather, which diove her back
lo Rio Jaueiio, on September lib. In
a badly Imttcicd condition. Since lhal
dato tho .Kenllwoith has been le
pnlrcd, nnd on Tucmlay lust her bravo
c'fllcers mill crew stuited out In an
other attempt to reach this port. At
her piesent rnlu of piogiess, tho Keii
ilworth should will In through tho
Golden Onto not Inter than September
15, 1910. Chronicle, Dec. 21.
AUSTRIANS STAY HOME.
Vienna, Dec. 20. initial and other
w'nrnlngs against emigration to Amer
ica aro beginning o hear Hull. Tel
cgrauis finin Trieste report that tho
itcninshlp (leitz or the Austro-Ainer-lean
line has abandoned her trip lo
New Orleans on nrcouut of the nh
lenco of sleerugo passengers. Tho
Cumirder Camilla, which had 3000 em
igrants hooked, tonk only 300, whllo
llio Carpatlda, duo to leave Flumo to
duy, having only fifty steerage pas
teligcrs, postponed her voyage mid
sent tho fifty emigrants to Liverpool.
Now York, Dee. 20. Steamship
ogunts say Hint llio greut rush or
iteerngo passengeis liiiiinil lor Kuiopo
is practically over, Fuw tlckels.hao
been 'sold for tho'shlps sailing next
Some.' people clon't lliluk or Inking
llino by the fnrnlock until It Is bald.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W, Ahana Co.,
62S. KINpST. PHONE 525.
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