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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1J . SATURDAY, JAN. 4, 1D0S.
WEEKLY GAENDAR I Q'0
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All visiting member of he
onlcr are cordially luvltcil to
ittencl mi itlngs of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE. Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets evcrv Monday evening at
,?:3u In 1. 0. O. K. Hall. Tort Street.
12. II. HIJNUKY, Secretary.
1 V. GEHRINO, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
llYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Aier eoi I'uesday evening at
, .10 o'clock In IC. nf P. Unit, cor.
tott nd Uerctnnla. Visiting broth
, r cordially Invited to attend.
A. S. EllllHR, 0. 0.
i. waldron, ic. hs.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets oery Friday cvonlnc nt
K. of I. llnll. cor. Fort nnd llere
Unla at 7:30. Members of Mystic
' Udge No. 2. Wnt McKlnlcy Lodge
No 8, nnd visiting brothers rordlilly
It GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. ICENWAY. K. 11. S.
f&NOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. C1G, II. I. O.
I'. will meet In their hall on King
.hi t'nil tri"t every Friday pi en-
i i.rtlt nf the K It.
HARRY A. WILDER,
K B RICHARDSON. K. II.
Wra. inallLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
.Meets overy Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ileretania. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
C. A. JACOUSON, K, U. S.
. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. llnll, corner
Ileretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend L. B TWOMET, V., President.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
dnys of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llally Invited to attend.
A. I). CASTRO,
A. E. MURPHY, C. of K.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu Call and See Them.
HONOLIMJ IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of eveft capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Smr'l and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. CERNANMZ & SON,
tlos. 44-50 King St., Katsey Blk., bt.
-Nunnu and Smith Sts.; Tel. 189.
'j, Clasic Popular
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg,, Fort St.
Wain? bo'k'rOf ' I J -rtB. ledger
I. ,LSnifaolcrd byhe Xlullrtln Pub
pgaggsjgfeaasffw Tim pn
King and Bethel Sts.
If it Was
It was ail right
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 & Co.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Fresh Bamboo Fibre
for weaijlne;. Lauhala
Mats, Yapas, Brasses.
Hawaii & South Seas
Curio YJo., Alexander
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If your servants do not suit, let a
Bulletin Want Ad. find good ones.
Knter them today, sure.
Embroidery sale at A. lllam's,
Candies the best come from Alex
ander Young Cafe.
Entries tor Poultry Show close to
night nt 6 o'clock.
C. II. Ionian, from Hunnll, nrrlicd
In (Jic Kluau today.
Dr. Moloney returned today from
Hawaii In thu Kluau,
V. C. Crook of Maul cniuo down
this ninrulng on tho Kluau.
Competent bookkeeper Is advert In
lug for n position In this Issue.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Mrs. C. H. lliickland nnd family ur-
rhcl from llllo In tho Klnnit this
(leoiRo V. Cnrr, Riipcilnlendout
rnllua mall scrvler, returned today
In tho Kirtiu.
II. U. Dallcy waa ninoiiK tho Kluau
inisscnguiB who nrrUcd tills mornliiK
Tho annual January mile of nitisllu
jinderwoar Is now on at tho N. S.
saclis Dry (looda Co.
Hoftmnnn Cho) IIouso open nil tho
tlmu on Hotel street, near Nuuanii.
I'Acellcnt meals at lowest tnlces
.Mrs. S. Miilmkii Spencer, of Will
men. nccomp.inled hy her daughter,
arrived In the KInau today.
II Hum!, II. Cllihs and A. Austin of
Hawaii were passengers In I he Kl-
i au, which ai'ihi'd tuday,
. Inspectors of schools C. W. IUld
win and 11. M. Wells woro among the
arrivals In Hie, Kluau today.
You' place jour orders vltli Mrs.
Taylor, the florist, nnd you get llio
choicest stock tho market nffurds.
Tel. 33!t. I
Tho nlcost gift to send jour
friends Is a caso or Island preserves.
Mrs. Ko.irns has n fresh lot rendy for
C. Stlllman of Kohala, once a Ila
wallnn Interpreter In tho Circuit
Court, enmo down on tho KInau this
The following sugar. Is awaiting
slilpment on Hawaii: Ilaknlau, 9000;
I'aauhaii, IO.iiOii; Ilonokaa, 000; Ho
If you would have a husher, take
home a package of Alagrctti's Chips,
Tnblcts, Creams or Nougat, from
Ecnson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Manager ticorgu 11. llobcrtson of C.
Brewer & Co. returned In tho KInau
Oils morning from his annual Inspec
tion tour ou the other Islands.
The manager of the California and
Hawaiian Sugar Itefliipry. (leorgo
Jtolph, Is omclcd to arrive In the
Chlmi for n month's vacation,
Twenty secomi-nana suwlng ma
chines of nil standard makes for salu.
Prices from $3 up. Ilcnny & Co., Ltd.,
agents White Family Hotary, J SCO
IVrt street. Phono 488.
St. Augustine, Wnlklkl Sunday:
Mass mid English seimon nt 9 a. in.;
3 p. m., meeting of tho Sodality of
tho lllesed Virgin Mary. Monday:
low mass at S u. in.
Fresh bamboo for weaving. Ilrassei1
now fomenlr postals, fans, baskets,
Too) pottery. Hawaii S. South Seas
Turlo Co., Alexander Young building
Coarse lauhal.i mats to order.
Over 500 dllfcdeul samples of beau
tlful new spring materials havo Just
ionic in nt M. Mclncrny'H, Ltd. Order
your suit now. Mado hy Kilw. ,V.
Price, tho famous Chicago tailor.
There Is no uso taking chances
with cholera germs; conllno your
drinking to vihat you know tu bo puro,
i-ay soda water from tho Consolidated
Soda Water Works Co., Telephone "V.
Moving pianos nnd breakable furni
ture should bo dono by careful, exper
ienced men. Wo guarantee our work
becauso wo havo trustworthy men.
Tho Union-Pacific Transfer Co., phono
The following cargo arrived In tho
KInau this morning fiom Hawaii: 1
horso, 1 box chickens, 1 box ducks, 4
bags nwa, 10 pigs, 20 cords wood, "0
imply kegs, 250 slieep, 111 packages
Officials of tho compnpy slate thnt
It will cost $1500 to leplnco tho mast
that was broken on tho Urltlsh slcain-
er llaion Cawdor, Tho mast will be
constructed by tho Honolulu Iron'
Works, It Is iinderbtouil.
When wo tell jou Unit tho Leonard
Clcanablu llefiigerator Is the best In
Iho mnikct we mean Just whut wo
say. An oxamlnnlloii of u Leonard
will i-oiivliico you thnt wo are right
Hnckfelil & Co., agents.
Tho Kamehanicha Alumni Assocla
tioityhcld Its iiunual meeting last night
In Its hall on Fort street. A largo
number of tho old boys attended tho
meeting nnd discussed froply for lh,o
betterment of tho association.
Registrar D. P. Lawrence of tho
Board of Health reports the following
contagious diseases, as having ocJ
curred Iu Honolulu for tho last fifteen
days, ending December 31, 1907. Choi
ra 1, diplithorna 1, tuberculosa 5, and
typhoid fevor 2.
Chtlstlan Church, A. C. McKcecr
pastor 9:45 Illblo school; C30, Y. P.
b. C. K.j 11 a. m., sermon, subject
"Tho Now Year"; 7:30 p, in. subject,
"Thcro Is Hopo For All!" Wednesday
evening, January 8lh, at 7:30, n Un
church, will ho held tho annual meet
ing of tho congregating. There will
bo "the annual roll call of members
rhd election of olficei's, Urgo upon
overy member to bo present.
A. N, SANFORD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
ulth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
253 Beretanla St. ' Phone 1491.
U.Alft.'ir xif "'fy
Curios and Jewelry
TO THE INHABITANTS AND OTH
ER PERSONS LIABLE TO PAY1
TAXES IN THE TERRITORY
OF HAWAII. v
The Abscssors or the Territory of
Hawaii hereby glc notice that their
olllccs will be oi.cn from the First tovn.,,u boxcrt ,, ,, , ,,, t() bo
tno iiiirty-iiisi nays or January,
1U08. Inclusive, fiom X ... in. to r,
p. in. (Sundays and Ilollda exeep-
ted), and on Saturday until 1!
o'clock noon, unit all persons llahlo to
be liixed in nald Terrlloiy of Hawaii,' Tate c.iniu down hero with u partner
either In their own rights, or as I Intending to start up a Nickelodeon
guardians, ndmlnisliatois, execiilors, show, hut ran up against miuio lulgh
trustees or otherwise, aro required ty fierce license regulations thnt, put
by law to bring In to tho Assessors, ! nil his Ideas on the bum. Kddlc has
within the time above specified, true the icpututlon In the Stntci of being
estates, botlil leal and personal.
Illank Abtt-.nueill Lists for this pui
pose ran be had upon application at
tho nfllces of, the Assessors or Dep
All Personal Taxes nnd all Income
Taxes arc duv and p.iahle on and
ufler January 1st In each year.
All Property Taxes and nil Spe-
elflc Taxe3 aro due and paynhlo nn?250, according to Secretary Mcln
nnd after January lllst, in each
All Bop. Ilrake Sulky, Ox-Cart,
Automobile, Illcycle, Wngon, Wagon
ette, llenrke, Oinnlluis, Dm, Curt
und Canlage Taxes, together with
one-linlf of alJ Property Taxes and
cue-half of nil Inconio Taxes, re-
malalng iuiiald by May lath, will
become dt'llnn,uent and subject up u
penalty of 10 per cent, nddltlcnal,
nnd If not paid C daju after dale
of delinquency, Interest at tho late
of 10 per rent, per annum on tno
Property and Specific Taxes and
Penalty, and at the rate of 1 per
cnt. per month on tho Inconio Taxes
mid Penalty will bo charged mitll
paid, and the lemnlnlng portion of
the Propel ty and Income Tuxes due
und not paid by November Kith, wil
liccomo delinquent and subject iu a
like manner to tho 10 per cent. Pen
alty and Interest as by law provid
ed. Thn Delinquent Tax I.Ist will bo
published as boon ufter December 1st
Tho Tax Ahscbsnient Hooks will ho
open for Inspection from May 1st to
May 1rith, both Inclusive, of each
year (SuiidnyB ox.cepled) from 8
o'clock iu the forenoon until r,
o'clock In tho afternoon.
All notices of appeal Troiii any
uMCHgtnont must ho llled with the
AshcsMir or his Deputy, and costs de
posited, between tho 1st and 1Mb
day 3 of .May.
Tho T.i Appeal Court will hold
hltllug.4 between the lst-iinil
days or Juno Iu each year, Tor tlig.1 means jet, and ho ought to bo nblo
purport) of hearing Property nnd (0 get u good purso. This is about
Specific Tax Appeuls, nnd Jietwccn tho licht big chance that Sulllvmi had
tho nth nnd 25th days of July lnimd handed out to him since Ho left
each year, for tho puiposo of hear- n,e imi 0t sunshine, and lt'B up lo
Ing Inroiuo Tax Appeals.
JAMES L. HOLT.
Asbeawr nt Tnxatlou Division,
W. T. nOUINSON,
Assessor 2d Taxation Division,
N. O. WILLFONG,
Ahscssor 3d Taxation Division,
J. K. PAULEY.
Assessor 4th Tnxatlou Division,
A. J. CAMPI1ELL.
Honolulu, Junuury 4, 190S.
3890-Jnn 4. Wkly-2t
jy"For Rent" cards on sale at for divorce from his wife, Maria Walk
the uulletlr office. I er, charging her with Infidelity.
is the only piano player that
gives you complete control ov
er the piano.
If you lovo music, you can
learn to give that fine expres
sion that is possible only to
finished performers and own
ers of the ANQELUS.
Call and try it at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLDQ.
1 SPORTS .
IMdlo Tate, n husky llttlo fellow
who Is reputed to ho n clever Jlght-
.. , ..... . . , -. ....
",u "" '""" '" '"'l lv"" '"l" n
trance. Is In town. Tcnny Is tho
mail who was killed In tho ring by
Frunl.lc O'Neill after n hard fight.
agatust any man of his welglit, and
lie has licked u number.
:: n ::
A btorj was printed that the yacht
Hawaii had realized 1700 clear on
the baseball carnival. This Is wrong
and very misleading. Tho gross ro
iclpts fiom tho show woro $700, the
xpenses were nt tho very ler-st
trny, and, at tho most, not more than
?r00 will go to tho yacht fund. It
wns a crcdltuhlo enterprise, that
Comic C.ii nival, and It speaks well
for tho hoohlers of a good thing.
:: :: ::
Another benefactor of the yacht
has come to light. Mrs. Alexander
lsenberg has mado a very valuable
donation of the Hawaiian hardwood,
.boa, to bo used lu lilting up the
hatches, lompanlouwnys und eky-
lights. This is u very practical nnd
r.re fill gift ,nnd Its worth U known
and appreciated hy tho local yncht,
committee. As the time draws near
er nnd nearer for tho big race, Ho
nolulu people aro beginning to real
ize what a great thing It would bo
lor this country It tho Hawaii should
win tho race. She Is certainly a
trim, hcaworthy nnd speedy boat,
and slio may bo depended upon to
mako a splendid showing. Whether
or not tho Hawaii wins that trans
Pacific race, tho people of Hawaii aro
i.ut going ,lo allow their own boat to
lcavo ,thls port until It Is elegantly
Fiom the paper files that came
down on the Alameda, It Is learned
that Dick Sullivan, former champion
mixer of Hawaii, may bo given a
ihaucu for u go with .loo Thomas.
The llght-gamo Imnstcis nt Maryj
vllle, it Is said, have made' hint a def
inite offer. Notwithstanding ' tho
lact that .loo diopped his last scrap
with Kotchull, ho showed plainly
that ho Is not u has-bcon by any
him now tu luuko it a warm mill If
ho has any "iiiiiblah" to reach tho
Tho sixth annual meeting of the
Formers' Instltiito of Hawaii will bo
held at tho Library of tho Territorial
Iloanl of Agiiculluru and Foiostry 011
King street, Honolulu this evening.
The p rog 1 inn for tho evening meeting
will ho ns follows: "Tho Relation of
tho Fanners' Instltule to Education,"
President Juied G. Smith; "Tho Now;
College of Agrlcultuio," wUIIb T.
Pope, Dean, Hawaii College of Agil
culture A cordial Invitation Is ox
touded to tho, public.
Alexander Walker has brought suit
IN 'Wl PORTS
CABLE REPORT OP SAN
Monday, Dec. 16.
KURBKA Sailed, Deo. 15:
Am. Hchr. Eva, for Honolulu,
Weuneoday, Dec. 18.
AUCKLAND Arrived, Deo. 17.,
Ur. S. S. Crown of Callcln.'hcnco
Thursday, Dec. 19.
SAMNA Cni'7, Arrived Dec. 15:
. A.-H. S. S. Mexican,, ltcnco Nov. 30.
(IRAY'S HA1UIOK Sailed Dec. 17:
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, for Hono
SAN FRANCISCO Snllod Dec. 19:
A.-H. S. S. Missouri, for Sound.
Frlda, Dec. 20.,
VICTORIA Arrhcd Dec 10:
Ur. S. 8. Moana, henco Dec. 12.
Saturday, Dec. 21.
NKWCASTI.i: Sailed Dec. lfi:
Am. bkt'o Puako, for
Monday, Dec" 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec, 21,
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, for Hito.
KAHULUI Arrived Doc. 23:
A.-H. S. S. Novadan, henco Dec. 22.
HII.O Arrived Dec. 21:
Am. S. S. nnterpilBO, hcuco Dec. 20
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled Dec. 23:
Ilk. St. Kathcrlnu. for llllo.
Tueiday, Dee. 24.
Am. hktuc Coronadn, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Dec. 26.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled Dec. 24:
Am. schr. W. II. Marston, for Hono
lulu. Am. sp. 1?. M. Phelps, from Seattle
for Knliulul, put iu leaking.
Friday, December 21. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 27.
Am. bl.tne. Irmgnrd, henco Dec. 12.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Dec. 27
Am, bk. Albert, from llllo Dec C.
, Saturday, Dec. 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dc. 28:
O. S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sailed Dec. 27:
X -II. S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 2C:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan for Snlhia Cruz
SAN DIKGO Arrived Dec. 27:
A.-H. S, S. Arlzonmi, from Ballna
HII.O Arilved Doc. 27:
Am. bk. Mohican, from T.aconia.
Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO. Arrived Dec. 29:
Am. bk. Andrqw Welch, from llllo.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Dec. 28:
Am. bk Albert, irum llllo.
EUREKA Ai rived Dec. 29:
Am. hchr. O. M. Kellogg, from llllo.
KAIIUI.ur Arrived, Dec. 29:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
Monday, Dee. 30.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 29:
P. M. 8. S. Korea, henco Dec. 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
Fr. S. S. Amlral Fourlchonfor Ho
KAHULUI Sailed Dec. 29:
Am. 'bk. E. F. Whitney, for San
Note Am. sp. Jaboz Howes failed
lo get nwny from Kahulul ou Satur
day, as reported.
SAN FRANCISCO Snlled Dec. 31:
P. M. S. S. China, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. bk. Edward May, rrom Maka
well Dec. 11.
PORT OAMI1LE Sailed Dec. 30:
Am. sell. Alice Cooke, for Honolulu
AIIERDEEN Arrived Dec. 30:
Am. bgtn. Geneva, from Makawell,
NEWCASTLE Arrived Dec. 29:
Ur. S. S. Aoten, henco Dec. 11.
Thursday; January 2. ,
SAN DIKGO Arrived. Jan. 1:
A.-H. S. S. Nchruskati, from SSillna
Friday, January 3,
SAN FRANCISCO An lved Jan. 3: .
Jap. S. . Nippon Mnru, henco Dec.
NEWCASTLE Snlled Jan. 1:
Am. schr. Helcnc, for Mnhiikonn,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jan. 2:
.lull. S. S. Amcilca Mum, henco
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 3:
P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu
H TRANSPORT SERVICE "
Warren, In Phlllpplnco.
Thomas, sailed for Manila, Dec. II,
llufnrd, ut Manila.
-fiheridan, nt San Francisco,
Ixigan, nt San Francisco.
Crook, sailed for Manila, via Guam
Sherman, nt San Francisco.
It was 11 loncboino sight yesterday
when the big steamship Asia sailed
Awny from Iho Hnckfcld dock. Theio
wcio only two cabin passengers on
board, nnd 110 0110 from this port, con
sequently tho lel-vendors did not nn
llrlpaio a very rushing business and
they did not bhow up at all. Tho Asia
left 320 tons of f 1 eight 011 tho dock,
hut It could hardly-bo noticed on tho
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New. moon .10,11. 3, nt"H:13"n. in.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than .Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 167
iegrces 30 minutes. The tlmo whistle
blows at. 1:30 p. m., which Is tho snmo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes, gun
nnd moon aro for local tlmo for the
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t( ARRIVED X
Saturday, January I.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, from
Han Francisco, 7: 15 n. in.
A.-H. S. S. Columbia, from San
Francisco, 11:43 n. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, Nelson, from Hawaii
nnd Maul ports, 9 a. m.
H DEPARTED X
K IU K 3 J? J X W JC 3Uf JC K 3f .lOll
Friday, January 3.
Sp. Marlon Ciillcntt, Larson, for
S. S. Asia, tlaukrogcr, for San Fran
PASSENGERS ARRIVED '
it K n k m k c :: s jf ) w
Per stmr. Klnnu, Nelson, fiom
Hawaii nnd Maul ports, 9 11. in., .1 mi
liary 4. II. O. Jnklns, Miss L. M.
.Inklns, Mrs. E. A. Sands, Mrs. E. M.
Warland, Mrs. W. Mann, Mist (i.
Mnnn, Muster P. Mann, Master .1.
Mnlr, Master J. Molr, J. II. McKcn
zlc, Miss F. ICalon, Miss M. Katou,
Geo. N. RobertBoiT, Miss M. nlkcr,
Mlsi I). Wnlker, Miss S. Walker, Mlw
IC. Walker, Louis Klehl, C. II. Ly- '
man, Jack tlnnjiJ? M. Monsarrat. Gio.
Wllfong, R. Lucas, Master E. V. Aus
tin, Miss L.,Molr, Miss F. Molr, T.
O. Oilrlen, Go. W. Carr. II. P.MIteh-
ell, Mrs. 11. A. Askew, Miss E. Lid-
gate, Misses D. Lldgate, IC. Lldgate,
W. Lldgate, V. E. Askew. Mrs. O.
It. Hue'Uand, Miss II. llucKlaml, Miss
lliickland, Mrrt. '.. Zablaii, Mrs, J.
Ziiblan. Mrs. W. Iloll, . Kufsunal,
il. II. I la I ley. Miss II. Austin, Miss
M. Ilcll, Miss A. Ildnd, Miss M. Hind,
Miss D. Taylor, A. Austin, C. Stlll
man, Miss Kenton, Miss M. Tulloch,
Miss L. Tulloch, Master A. Znblun,
II. Ilond, II. Hind. O. Hind, II. Gibbs,
Master 11. Hers. W. II. Hattle, Mas
ter C. Richard, Master 11. Ilrodcrlck,
Mrs. S. Spencer, Miss A. Spencer,
Miss M. Worry, S. IC. Parker, Miss
!. Gibus, Miss W. llerg. Miss O.
Rlcknrd, Mrs.' W. Thompson, Chas.
Thompson, Master W. Thoinpson,
Mrs. E11 01 Farm, Miss E. llaldwln,
Miss N. Crook, M. G. Ango, W. II.
Engle, Miss M. Dcsne, W. C. Crook,
(I. C. Murray, E. Glbbs, Muster W.
L. S. Williams, A. S. Taylor, C. W.
llaldwln, Ernest llaldwln, Miss A. E.
Jiidd, Miss A. Allien, Lieut. Long,
Ensign Slovcnson, W. Hell, M: Fol
I'ola, W, Hansen, Master Geo. Dunn, '
Miss N. MacDonnld, Miss Lulln Low,
II. M. Wolls, Yeo Tang, Miss S.
Chung, Miss Davidson, Dr. Moloney,
Miss A. Glbbs.
Per O. S. S. Alnmcdn, Dowdoll, from
Sail Francisco, 7:45 n. in. Miss Nel
lie Gray llorden. E. M. Campbell, Low
Davis, W. 8. Glbbs, Mrs. C. E. Moore,
W. W. Miickoy. Mlsa Ethel McCorm
Ick, H. Monmnro, 8. Pcls'er, C. W.
Powell, II. 8. Van Dyke, Mrs. O. H.
Walker, Jack Wuh, Mrs. Tlo Hoy,
Mrs. M. M. McCarthy.
M WATERFRONT NOTES ,
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Tho splendid new steam'or Coliim
Ida has an lved, and tho agents of tho
.Atiieilcan-Hnwallaii Steamship Com
pany aro elated. 8I10 encountered
wry rough weather and heavy galea
ou her trip down fiom tho Const,.
Tho ship Marlon Chllcutt, Captain
Larson, wns towed out of this port at
1: 10 hist evening. Sho Is on her way
lo oil ports, where Bho will pick up
If nothliig goes wrong, tho ship
Jnhoz I'Iowob blioulil Ball for Port
Townscnd tlil nfterpoon fiom ICiihu
lul. Captain Chipp, nuister of tho ves
sel, left on tho Clniidluo yesterday for
tho Maul port, .
John (lames, who wiib convicted
Inly 15, 18U2, of assault on a female
chlld'iinder ten yijars of ago and sen
tenced lo llo yenrs.ln Jail, has served
mil his sc-ntunca anil 0110 year more
on account of tho lino of $1000 which
wnB also assessed against him, and
this morning ho took tho poor man'u
oath and was ordered discharged.
J. Vlvichuves denies tho report that
ho has, severed IiIb connection with
tho Hoard of Health by which ho has
hecn employed ns an Inspector for
Lomo tlmo past.
Pool Namakcha was yosterday
granted a divorce from Namakehn, on
tho grounds of desertion ,and non
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