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All vtsitlnR members of he
order ure cordially Invito! to
nttcml iu( stings of local lodges
, 'HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
v Meets cery Slomlay ovcnlng nt
'7:3u lu L O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
13. R. HL'NDUY, Secretary.
F. W, GL"11UING, N. 0.
, All visiting brothers very coidlnlly
MYSTIO LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday ovcnlng nt
, :.10 o'clock In K. of r. Hall, cor
1-ort and Ucrctanlc: Visiting broth-
r rnrdlally Invited to attend.
A. S. WliUlinit. C. 0.
F. WALDUON., K. n. s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of I', llnll, cor. Fort and Here
tanla. at 7:30. Members o .Mystic
Lodge No.' 2, Wm. McKlnley I.odgo
,S"o. S, ami visiting brother cordially
n. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KLNWAY. K. H. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodio No. CIO, 1). l O.
E., will meet In thfilr ball on King
rear Fort street every Friday even
ing. Ily onlnr of tile 10 It.
IIAKHY A. WILDKlt,
F. 13. IlICUAItUSON, a. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8; K.of P.
Meets uvnry Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In 1C. of P. Hull, cor
Fort and Ileretniilii. Visiting broth
Irs cordially Invited to attend
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. 11. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4 th WED-
XKSDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock Iu IC. of I. Hall, corner
llerctanln and Fort streets.
Visiting. Haglus are Invited to at
nd. L K TWOMEY, W., President,
H. T. MOOIIK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovcry first nnd third Thurs-
lays of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor.
Unity Invited to attend.
A. U. CASTKO,
A. K. MUKPIlY, O. of K.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Can Evtr Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
Ass ci ited Gem-
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388
HONOLU.O IRON WORKS
Improved and Kwlcrn SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every .capacity; and de-
ccripticn made to ordpr. Boiler woik
and RIVETED, PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
-tentjon paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
f Church Le!!s
. Smell and Medium Sizes, Complete,
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos, 44-50 King St Katsey B': bt.
Nunanu and Smith Rts.j Tel, i89.
0 l n s i c P o p u 1 a r
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY,
i , T'Odd Fellows' Bide;., Fort St. ''
t jfllink books of ijl ions, ledperSj
letc.jflisnufacturuij bj- the Ilullftln Pub-
M rung ana netnet ois.
If it Was
It was all right
Honolulu Gas Co.,
- Bishop Street
HATS THAT ARE
becoming to the wearer are
made by us with that 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
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Loving Cups, Trays,
v Candlesticks, Ferncr
ies, Toco Pottery,
HAWAH & SOUTH
. SEAS CURIO CO., Al
Tl r-z w
l'annmn lints cleaned nt tlio Olobo,
Candies the best come from Alex
ander Young Cafe.
Take home a box of Aligrctti's cho
cn'iitc creams and make good.
II. llnldwlu of Muni came down in
ilio Clatidlno Jt'stcrilaJ1 morning.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
I'ur n long, sweet smoke, trv (he El
Pnlclicln cigar. Haysoldcu, Tobucoo
Mtts Awana otMnknwao, Maul, was
Milling IllO p.lSSCIlgerB In till' C'huidino
MtH. C. 11. Itlce and maid arrlxed In
tlio Mtkaliala cstordn fnim llio Gar
It only coats you a dollar to enter
a bird nt the Poultry Show. You may
sell him for $50.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Graham nnd
family returned ycstoiday from a hot
Ida vacation trip to Ji.aul. ,
Hoffninnn Chop House open nil tlio
time on Hotel street, near Nuuniiu.
excellent meals nt lowest prices
Tlio regular "Alameda Hoi" at
lioynl Itawalla'u hotel will ho hold on
Friday evening nt this week.
Tlio Jupani'Ko Consulate General
will open Its doors ngalu for IiuhIucss
tomorrow morning nt 9 o'clock.
Olive Ilrnni'i ltelickah Iodge No,
I. O. O. I', will meet thlB Thursday
evening at 7.30 In Odd FcIIowb hall.
Tlio nlcost gift to send your
friends Is a case of Island luosnrvcs.
Mrs. Kcarns has a frosh lot ready for
All i lio Japanese newspapers which
have been suspending publication
slure t'htistmns, will bo out again to.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
Von will bo surprised nulls cooling
and iiroEonntlvo iiroportlcs. California
Feed Co., agents.
Mrs. J. N. 8. Williams, tho wlfo of
I lie superintendent of tho Knhuliil
rallinad, an hod yesterday on the
Mrs. M. V. Scott of Knna, at tlio
Queen's hospital, Is recovering from
nu operation performed last Saturday
Your wife never tasted any choco
lutes quite so good as Aligrctti's and
ti:ey arc sold only by Benson, Smtth
&. Co., Ltd. ,
There's boincthliiK soft, pICA-aut,
nnd henltliTul nbout l'rlmo "fleer.
Thero'a nothlne bitter, unpleasant, or
Injurious In It, ,
Tho Mill tegular mcetliiK of tho i:.
tomologlcnl Society will bo held this
evening: at tlio 'lnntern'. Kxpcrliucut
Stnilon, Kccnumoliii sticct.
Twenty second nana sewing ma
chines of nil standard makes for salu.
1'ricoH from $5 up. Deilny & Co., Ltd.,
agents Whlto Kamlly Hotnry, 12(iC
Ii rt street, l'homi 4S8.
Tlio Columbia saloon on Hotel
street did no,t comu up wllh Its license
fco tho last day of tho year, and jos
terday Its doors were closed.
A box of Aligretti's chocolate
ftvama f mi DAHtnn Cm till JP. f
Ltd., will settle all difficulties. There
is no candy it lint equals this.
Hawaii cmiincr N. l, 'Jider or Kn
meliamchu, will meet Iu Fiatcrnlty
ball, Odd Fellows building, this Thurs
day evening, January 2, at 7:30.
Captain Clark and Captain IlrHtllcy,
llio former from Kauai and tho latter
ironi Maul, airhod yesterday morning
In tho Mlltnlinla unit Cliiiidluc.
Deputy Sheriff W. O. .Ciowell of
Waliiica nud Deputy Sheriff' Henry
Illako of IColnn are In .town, bavins
arrived from Kauai iu tho Mlkalmla
Mrs. Hubert Wlnslow of 1'ortland,
Oregon, will arrive In tho China on
tho Ot li Inst, tin n visit In her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Lylo, ami other
Thero'a a big fresh shipment of
Centennial's llcht Flour Just iu nt
llonry May & Co., Ltd. llcttcr rush
your order right In. Wholesale 112
phones 22 retail.
Mnlkal Kelllllko. tho rhamplim rop
er of tlio Wild Weht show, which
look plncu on tho baseball grounds not
lung ago, will letuin to hlsiomo on
Knhoolawe. ttuuorrow afternoon on
Iho schooner Mol Wnhlne.
Central Union Kiideuvorers remem
ber tho business meeting to bo )ield
Friday evening nt 7:;l() o clock lit thu
homo of Miss I'nty, Auapuul street.
The chairman of committees will
make their annua) reports nt this
time. You nro expected to be there
Dr. Victor Norgnaril returned fnim
Lahalna yesterday and ro'poitcd that
Iho epizootic among tho liorses of the
Pioneer Mill Company had died out
before ho reached thcro. Ho report
id further than Dr. Mahonej of La
halna was Instrumental In .controlling
Apotllnnrls, I.Itbl.i nnd Aimnta Wat
ers Low Is & Co., Ltd., grooci-3, 'solo
agents for Hawaii. Hi!) K.'ng street
Telephone 240, .Inhauiilr Ltlhln is c
sure euro for .ihoiimati-tai. Special
prices to tlio trade. ApC'itn Jspllls)
li, u splendid nperloVt an I s'liiuld a'
way bo kept lif tho fiourchol 1.
Tlio frloncU of thu ladles of Iho Y.
W ('. A, wore givon n. very oujojublo
entertainment at Knglusldu last nlht.
Mi-b. von Holt jilayed a piano selec
tion whllo H. M. yon Holt, Mrs. Wal
ter Hoffmann and Miss 'Sophronlo
Dyke sang. Tho oy 'rations woro
beautiful and ilurlnf e ovenlng ro
fri'shiucuts were set
a. n; sanford:
Boston Building. ' Fort Street.
over May & Co. T
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Mlth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Beretanla St. Phone 1491.
Curios and Jewelry
Fataily Stab Britisher
VANC'OIIVI'IL 11. C, .Inn. 1. Thice of tho members of tho Vnncou-
vor lire department woro mobbed yesleiday by Japanese. One of the llro
men was stabbed mid Is dying. Tho lollce dispersed tho rlotors and mndo
tho arrests of four ot the ringleaders. Tho reason for tho rioting was tho
accidental breaking of a window In a
JAPANESE MAKE MUCH POWDER'
SAN FUANCIBCO, Cat., Jan. 1.
foulb America today hi lugs reports Hint the Jnpanebo (lovcrumcut litis se
cured nil the available saltpeter from tho deposits In Chile nnd Is ship
ping, enormous quantities, to ijcca for
"'CONFER ON PACIFIC DEFENSE
!,dftTi;AND,tM' Jan. 1. The Adjutnnt Henornls of tho Stulo mili
tia of'Oregnn. V.inhli?gtnu and Callfcriiln nro leaving for Washington at
tho Invitation of tho War Department to attend n conference respecting
the needed toast defenses for tho I'aclflc States.
WINNIPr-iO, Manitoba, Jan. !',
ihased tho telephone sj stems In operation throughout tho province and
will operate them as a government system. Tho price paid was three mil-
-Ion, three hundred thousand dollars.
MORE BLUEFIELDS TROUBLE
m.U'-'FU'LDS. Nicaragua, Jan. 1 Tho Mosquito tribe of 'Indians'
have rrwdlcd against Kelayu and llrlllbh marines have been landed fiom
war rcffl-clt hero to proteet tho cltlzona fiom Httacks of tho savages.
BARCELONA UNDEI MARTIAL LAW
IIAItCI'LONA, Spain, Jan. 1. -The number of bomb outrages ,nro In
creasing and King Alfonso has stiFp
pUclng-tbu city" practically under military law.
Stanford Unlvei-Blty, Cat., Dec.
Tho Ilonnhclm prize of ?150 for
best essay upon tho loplc of "Tho
KtblcH of Uncial upil National lOxelu
flveness" was awnrded last night to ","1 ll W,,H "1'1'aront that nil his Ills
yi.ohncht Anju, u nenlor In the dopnit'1""1 ,,t'cm lrlv,cn ' " llas for
mont ot econoinfes, who teglstcts
fn.m H.-.L-',. jnimn. This i.rti i
competed for by tho thrco men W,
present tho best essas upon tho topic
usslgncd, and tho tlnul test Is In an
oral exposition upon tho subject ot
tho chsus. Lnbt night tho three
men who had propaied tho best es
fiijs In the preliminary toiilest pro
L'enlcd their arguments, and thu dc-i
elnlon was nwaided to tho Japanese
.dtident after u clnso contest with two
Hach man spoko for twenty min
utes mill tho winner pretcnted n
clear nnd detailed discussion of .tho
nibject In his 20-mluuto siieech. Tho
other two men who contested weio J,
N. Carte)-, '09, of Cave City, Ky., ana
J. W. Galloway of l,os Angoles,
Tho lloniiliolm prizo Is ntTored by
Albert lloniiliolm, -a well-known Sac
ramento merchant, ovcry year for tho
best essay and oral dlscubstnn of bomo
eionomlc or ethical question.
Lillian (Irani Hoborlhon, whosu
ringing attracted attention 'nt tlio In
dustrial c-xptwltloi) of tho Now York
Asboclatlpn for tho lllluil lu Now
Yoik, Is studying to become a prjnui
donna, although she Is lately able to
Japanese buslncib man saya,base of
oinorenco notwoon ijpitcu mates ana
japan is i dubious, not economic
is leueious, not economic.
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 AN0ELUS.
Call nnd try it at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLDO.
- 106-4 Fort
A steamer nrilvlng lieio fiom
tlio maniifncluro or slilmozn pow
Tho Mnnltoban government has pur-
railed (ho i-onstltutlonnl guarantee,
Sail Francisco, Oil., Dec. 21.
John I). Spreekcls laughed at Mario
CuhlU In ".Marrying Mary" Thursday
night till ho could -laugh no longer
""""' "'"'- ii-poricu inni niu
' mllllonalro was a sick ituui for whom
tl"'lo was nhopo of recovery and
that lit defcreuco to his wishes tho
fart was being i-quicaled by tho fam
ily. Sprockols' iippearaiico nt tho Iho-
ator with u party of friends proved
that ho was far from being nu Inva
lid. Ho oven went out between tho
acts with Thomas II. Williams when
the latter went over to his box nnd
whispered something In his ear.
Spiccknls has had u long siege of
Illness but ho now lookn to havo re
gained his oldtlmo good form.
X - -Jf
it it -X- ii it H -X- -X- -X- ;
lemiierniurcs u u. m., 72; 8 a. m.,
7t; )0 ii. in., 71; noon, 7G; mornlns
Dnrometer, 8 a. m.30.0S; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. m 5.440 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m..
Co per emit; dow point, 8 u. in., 69.
JVInil fi ii. in., velpcll' 0, illrectlou
f NE.j S a. in., velocity 9, direction IC;
10 a, in., velocity, 15, direction !.;
noon, velocity 22, direction S. K.
Halnfnll during 21 hours' ended 8 a.
m., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 253 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S..Weath(
Section Director, U. S.. Weather Bureau.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, Dee. 16.
KimiJKA Sailed, Dec. G:
Am. Hchr, Kvn, for Honolulu.
SRATTLB Sailed, Iec. IS:
Am. sp. IC. M. Phelps, fiir Knhuliil.
Tueiday, Dec. 17.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. IB:
Jap. S. S. Hungknng Marti, Iivuco
Wednesday, Dee. 18.
AUCKLAND Arrived. Dec. 17.
Dr. S. S. Crown of (Jaltcla, hence
Thursday, Dee. 19.
SALINA CIll'7 Arrived Dec. 15:
A.-H. 3. Sf Mexican, hence Nov. 30.
OKAY'S HAKI10H Sailed Dec 17:
Am. sclir, Kobcrt Luwcrs, for Hono
lulu. SAN KHANCISCO Sailed Dec. 19:
A.-H. S. S. Missouri, for Sound.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived, Dec. 19:
r. M. S. S. China, lienco Dec. 13.
Friday, Dec. 20.
VICTOIHA Arrived Dec 19:
Dr. S. 3. Moann, hence Doc. 12.
Saturday, Dec. 21.
NKWCASTLi: Sailed Dec. 10:
Am. bkt' o Puako, for
Monday, Dee. 23.
SAN KRANCISOO Sailed Dec. 2t.
Am. bk. Annlo Jolmsdn, forllllo.
KAHULUI AtHvciI Dec; 23:
A.-H. S. 8. NovhdAn,' liVnco Dec. 22.
H1LO Arrived Dec. 21:
Am. S. S. Duterprlso, hence Dec. 20
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Dec. 23:
Ilk. St. Kntherluo, for llllo.
Tueiday, Dec. 24.
,Am. bktno Joronado. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 21:
S. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Dec. 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Ucc.iSI:.
Am. schr. W. II. Mnrston, for Hono
Am. sp. IC. M. Phelps, from Seattle
for Kabul id, pu,t In leaking.
Friday, December 21.
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived Dec. 27;
Am. bktno. Irmgnrd, henco Dec, 12.
PORT TOWNSKND Arrived Doc. 27.
Am. bk. Albert, from Hllo Dec. 0.
Saturday, Dec. 28.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Dec. 28:
O. S. S. Alamodir; for Honolulu.
SAN FUANCISCO, Sailed Doc. 27! .
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Dec. 28:
Aril. 8. S. Alaskan for Sallnn, Cruz
SAN DIIXIO Arrived Dec. 27:
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonun, from Sallna
,HlI.O Arrived Dec. 27:
" A (rt lil HI itli Innn frrnn Tminma
Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived Dec. 29:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from Hllo.
POUT TOWNSKND Arrived Dec. 28:
Am. bk -Albert, rom Hllo.
EUUKKA Arrived Dec. 29:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, from Hllo.
KAHULUI Arrived, Dec; 29! "
A.-II. S. S. Tcxnn, from Honolulu.
Monday, Dec. 30.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 29:
P. M. S. S. Korea, honco Dec. 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
Fr. S. S. Amlral Fourlclion, for Ho
KAHULUI Sailed Dec. 29:
Am. bk. E. F. Whitney, ,for San
Note Am. sp. Ja'hez Howes failed
to get nway from Knhuliil on Satur
day, us reported.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Dec. 31:
1 ;M..S. S,. China, for Honolulu.,,
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. bk. Kdward Mny,rrom Mnka
woll Dec. 11.
POUT GAM1ILB Sailed Dec. 30:
Am. sell. Allco Cooke, for Honolulu
AHi:iipi3KN-J-Arrvoil Dec. 30:
Am. bgtn. Genovn, from Mnknwoll,
NKWCASTLB ArrJvcd.Dcc. 29:
llr. SVS. Aotca, hinc'o Dec 11,. ','
Thursday, January 2.
SAN DIKOO Arrived Jun, 1:
A.-H:'S. S. Ncbrnskan, from Sallna
Jt n H K DO 30 M 5(1 M M.3f M M M HB St
H TRANSPORT SERVICE '
n 35 33 "I 35 3t M K K 3C K 3S K 3C K It
Warren, In Philippines,
Thomas, sailed for Manila, Dec, 1 1.
Huron, nt Mnnlhi.
Glicrldau, at San Francisco,
Iigan, nt Sim Francisco.
Crook, sntlod for Manila, via Guam,
Sherman, nt Sail Francisco,
"TJio Lord made horses, but Ilia
Dovll mndo bomo drivers," was tho
exclamation drawn from a prominent
Captain1 this mornlng",bytlni actions of
a brutal driver who was grossly mis
treating Tils team, Tlio fellow was a
'miserable 'driver, In fact, ho did not
Beam to know Ilia least thing nbout
handling. Iioreea In crowded space, but
be laid' nil the blame, on, (tho, nbor
uunm nmniuid-ami piled his whip vic
iously. A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS'' IN TOWN.
W. -.W. Ahana Co.,
VWf-6 (! ."V-
C2 S. KINO ST.
o 45 t f'lt
1 a9 .B,
f eS t.o
I fl t.i
4 S l.J
i n Pets
s II 11
icw moon inn. 3, nt 11:13 a. m.
Hawaiian e andard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes lower than dreenwlcu
time, being tl it of tho meridian of1 157
icgreos 30 niihutcs. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30,1). m which Is tho samo
as Greenwich o hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon art for local tlmo for the
Ji M H K 80 Jt
M K W W-fC H K X
'hursdny, January 2.
'ullerlon, Kitchen, from
Is, 11:45 a. m.
Port Saint 1
K 3C K M 3C H K K M
(t K K K M .
Jl K ff & M ttf K K K M
bain, Mitchell, 6 p. in.
K K X 3 .1 H K M K W m'k X
3 PASSlfNOERS BOOKED' M
)t K H K ; rN K X K, K W 4t' Jf 3S K M
Per'stmr. flaudlne, llcnnctt, for Ka-
liulul, Frldnf, Jan, 3, 5 p. in. II.
Snxe, Dr. liayinond, Tom Iturulng
bam, Miss i. K, Scholtz, Mrs. II.
Dean, Miss, "I. A. Dons, Steven Desha,
Jr., Miss It) Ikvha, A. J. (liines nnd
wjfo nnd servant, Mrs. Pahnlo and 2
children, Id v. 1). Murray, MIsb Ella
Gro'veV, C. li. Gerard.
Per stmr. Mauna Lo.i, Slmcrbon. for
IfahaIna,'Kiday, Jnn. 3, 12 m. Cleo.
W. linker, . Ahrens, Miss L. Auld,
Miss Ilndlev, J. Cooper Clark, C. W.
Landers, J P. Mendoiicn, E. Klllctt,
T. K. Nahb'a. II. lans, II. E. Cooper
Miss Foye, Miss Uay, J. O. Wonllcy
nnd wlfo, l. A. Matthasou, " A. M.
Drown and wlfe n. O. McWnync, S.
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
it W M n hi ,t ; , x it x k m
A strange ceremony whs enacted
(his morning on ono of tho Inter-In-land
ddeks when three Chlneso ,wo.
men squat,ted by the edgo of tho
water,- llg cd a bunch ot queer-looking
paper) warmed n tiny bowl of
tea over o fire, uml then whcuji'v
orythlni. is ready tossed .thfijnri:,
paper L, ,iiper, nnd tho' tea, 'after
each )iaij tipped of It, Intji tho soa. All
llio tlmo ll'oy weio droning n wlerd
Mirt of n cliaut. A largo crowd of lit
Ho UnwalUu "whorf-ratB" gathered
aioimd tlu Chinese women nnd in!
mlcked tin in.
T 65 good authority , It has been
learned th.it tho American ship Jabcz
Howes sailed from Knhuliil wlth.li
full crow of non-union sullors. The
tegular en w which enmu down on tho
boat refu-ed to sign up for tho re
turn passago unless given $G5 per
month, nu advance of $5. This tho
captain wnuldMiot submit to, and a
non-union crew was tho result,
When tlio liner AbIii arrives In tlio
linrbor today, as sho Is expected to
do, cho will carry 3I0 tons of freight
for this port. Tho agents of tho com
pany nt tlio Ilackfelif office were) 'un
able to siato this morning- how lung
tho Asia would kcmaln in Honolulu or
horf mnn passengers sho carries for
, A, Jopaneso luborer.waaliurt..whllo
lifting the anchor 6u tlio lntcr-'islnnd
steamer W,VG. Hall this morning," .Tlio
heavy unclior? swung arming wrong
nnd struck him on, tho sldo oh the
head nnd ncnily mashed his skull In.
ills wound was dressed nnd hu is now
rblo to be up.
It Is rumored that the Government
will bcmillts boring nnd tchtlng ap
paratus tl Pearl Haibor lu tho near
future, 'lio apparatus will ho talten
down in rid mg Govornment scow
probably 'land Neal WHsoq will bo lu
Y,1 M. C. A. LUNCHEON
The ljiw Year's luncheon of thu
doling Lien's Christian Ashoclutlon
wa,s scru-d yesterday noon to two
hundred members and friends of thu
Association nt tlio meeting room, He
lore tho luncheon wis partaken of,
sovcra'l of tho young peoplo sang
The inoinbors of tho Young Wo
men's Christian association waited for
tho guos's. '
Among those present woro Judge
Dolo, the first president of the Hono
lulu Y. M, C. A., Professor Alexander,
Dr, Dmorson,' Uec. Dr. Sounder, Uov,
David C.-nno, T, CIlvo Davles, Dr. So
reno Illtliop, and many other leaders
In Y. M. C. A. work. Tlicso were seat
cd at u rlicular tablo Ih'tho center of
tho big assembly hail e.'i.ht other
tables being arranged around this,
whllo a- tenth table, tq accoinnlodato
the oveifiow In attendance, was sot on
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