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EVENINf "IULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If, WEDNESDAY. JAN 8, 1908.
R toi'Aiii trflBixii U
fe man mi . , m-mu sm i
1' WEEKLY CA FHDAR
BLl t MONDAY 4jJ
B,- Hawaiian Stated.
Honolulu Commandcry Instal
Pacific First Degree.
in .noting members uf ihe
If uf cordially Invited to
iifini mi -tings nf local lodges
vARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
3u In I. 0. O. F. Hall, l'ort Street.
13. II. HENDUY, Secretary.
1 W. GE11HINO. N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets evorj tucsday evening at
In o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, cor.
t mil Ueretnnlc. Visiting broth-
-nrdlall) Invited to attend.
A. S. WKHHHK. C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. II. S.
)AIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet ever) hrlday evening at
of l Hall, i or l'ort and Ilere
. nln at 7 311 Members of Mystic
unlgw No 2 Win McKtnloy Lodgo
So. S, and visiting brothers cordlnll)
pn. it iiustnoxH
A. O DEERINC C C .
JA3 W WHITE. K US
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, D. I O.
o.'., will meet in tliclr linll on King
oear Port street every Frldav even
m l unt..r of the a It
HARRY A WILDER.
i-' K UICIlAltOSON. B. It.
, vmTm'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday ovenlng nt
. :.10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
"ort and llerctnnln. Visiting broth-
cordlaily Invited to attend
L II. WOLr, c. c.
E. A. JACOIISON. K. K. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K of I. Hall, corner
Jeretnnla and Kort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
nd. L. E. TWOMEY, W., President.
II. T. MOOKI3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets t-vory first nnd third Thurs
iays of rnch month at Knights nf
Jythlnn Hall Visiting brothers cor
iiilli Invited to attend
J. W ASCII. Sachem.
A C Ml'UPHY. C. of R.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
Ihe Finest Cars Ever Seed in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
Ass ci ted Garase
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
hONOLU U 'RON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
cription made to order. Boiler woik
.nd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
aurposcs a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
h rch eMs
"mr'l and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. cERfUND'Z & SON,
Hoi. 44-50 Kiiig St.. Katsey BIk., bt.
Nurinu and Smith fits.: Tel. 189.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
nunk boos of ill irts, ledgers
hi., manufactured bj the Bulletin Pub
l jib JLtort.ac.JUIi.-, m tlthl
' olfschlseg or Co.
'A tvinp and Bethel Sts.
Coyne Furniture Co.
We have everything in
Fresh Bamboo Fibre
for weaving. Lauhala
Mats, Tapas, Brasses.
Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co., Alexander
Schuman Carriage Xo.
SKATING RINK BLDG., Queen St.
A Victor Talking Machine
BRIGHTENS THE HOME.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St.
At All Watchdealers.
Acent lor Hawaiian Islands,
Cor FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Th WJokly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
'1 "" iAjVrti.i irtat'lL'. MiilAu,mt
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today's Bulletin Want Ads. will
find desirable tenants for desirable
Embroidery B.ilo at A. Hlom's.
Chicken Show now open. Spend
an hour there.
Try a dinner this evening at the
Alexander Young Cafe.
1 he Dunn lints nro In evidence cv
ervwherc on calling dn)s.
Jas. 1) Dmighert) left for San Trail
Cisco In tho Alameda today.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Tho ninirlngo of l'rod Damon and
Miss Lawrence takes place this oven
ins. Hoffmann Chop Houso open all tho
llmu on Hotel Btieot, nenr Niiunuu
t-Nccllont meals at lowest prices
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. has tho
best meats becauso they nro Kept In
cnnltnry cold storage.
Particular smokcrB prefer tho HI
Pnlcncla cigar to all others. Smoko
up one nnd see why. M. A. Cltmst &
The nicest gift to send jour
friends Is n enso of Island preserves
Mrs. Keams has n fresh lot ready for
Tho mouthlv meeting of tho I In
vvnllnu Engineering ABsocliitlon ..has
been postponed In Thursd.iy evimng,
tho HUM Inst.
Tenders for tho building of school
houses at Wnlanac and Ewn have been
advertised for b Ihe Superintend!. nt
of Public Works.
Ah long iib an old hUoo Ib mure com
tortalilo tha'i n now mo hnvo the old
ones repaired at Vlckers Shoe Repal,'
Shop, 1119 Union street.
If you would have a husher, take
home a package of Alagretti's Chips,
Tablets, Creams or Nougat, from
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of tho member?
of I.cahl Homo will bo he'd at 2
o'clock this afternoon at tho ofilco ol
Tlioo II Davlcs & Co.. Mil
Halciwu is the most delightful
dace In tho Territory on n bracing
morning Mich as wo nro having tficse
(lavs. See Illdgood about it.
Twenty secaiiii nana sewing ma
chines of all standard makes for sale
Prices from $3 up. Ilcnny & Co , Ltd ,
agents White Family Hotnry, 12GG
'Kort street. Phono 488,.
Tho Jnpancso Merchants' Union
will hold its monthly meeting on
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Sub
jects of great Importance will bo dis
cussed. Consul General Mlkl Salto called on
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth to thault
him for his friendly mossngo to tho
Japanese published In tho Hawaii
Pi .ink G. Snntaann, once n member
of tho Royal Hawaiian band, commit
ted sulctdo by sending n bullet through
his brain In Seattlo. Ho was 31 vears
of ago and unman led.
Lieut. Col. Geoigo L. Anderson, U
S. A , n lenrned man and author nl
scientific vvorlvD, stopped over fiom
thu btcumer Chlnu for n wcck' stay
In Honolulu. Ho Is In his firtv-ululu
The annual meeting of tho Jnpaueeo
Druggists' Union will bo hold this
evening at tho Slilnrlutel Hotel. Vino
'arcl and Hlver ultrects. It will like
y be pi reeded by tho annual election
Honolulu Aeilo No. 140, V. O. n,
will meet this ovenlng. at 7:30 p. m,
In IC. of P. Hall for installation of of.
ftcera, followed by n presentation of
a Jowel to tho Past Worthy President.
Following this thcro will ho a smoker
Mrs. Hoibcit WIubIow and thrco
children from Portland stop over fiom
tho steamer China on their way to
Shanghai and aro staying with Mrs.
Wlnslow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jns.
Lylo, Spencer street. Mr. Wlnslow
will follow thorn later.
Loke Yow, n Chinese merchant
bound for Vol.ohamu, accompanied lo
wo English secretaries, D. G. Rob
ertson and P. C. Kusfcoll, passed
through In tho China. Ho has been
on' a trip tto London and Is lcputcd
to bo worth ten million dollars.
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth yes
terday took testimony In eight ap
plications for cortlllcatcs of Hawaiian
birth. Tho applicants woro all Japan
esc and wcro all children belonging
to tho Biuno family, nnd innging
through cicopciB, toddlers, Htaggcrcis
end wnlkcru, tho oldest being 17 cuh
A stipulation was filed In tho part
nership accounting enso of K. C. Howo
against Stanley Stephenson by E. C.
Peters nnd W. T. Rawlins, uttoruoyB
respectively of tho parties. It is for
a decieo that J. E. I-'ulleiton, receiver,
pay tho clerk of court nil tho money
received by him nnd that tho money
bo divided equally between tho par
tics. This Is without piejudlco to
Stophonson's denial of tho oxlstcnco
ot n pnitnershlp and his right of ap
peal fiom Judge IK) Bolt's decision
finding that lio should pay Ilowi
A Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
li liilt tL,.Sik,lejM,JMA tiA .. .JV. .ti.il.
a. n, SArlFOeD.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
ilth tholr new FRENCH dry cleaning
2f.8 Geretanla Ot. Phono 1491.
3t K r,5 M 5? 54 K X X X V W M M 5!
WATERFRONT NOTES M,
SI M 35 K 31 il A t, X X X K A K K J
On her way to San I'lnnclsco from
Manila, the big transport Iluford ar- I
lived In this port last night a Utile
after 'J o'clock Pleasant weather,
vvau encountered almost all tho way,
from Nagasaki, but on the trip fiom
Manila to that port heavy hens and
lough weather wero cmounlcicd tho
wholo distance. i
Tho Iluford Is In charge of Navl-i
gating Ofllccr Captain Hall and Lieu-'
tenant Moore, ns ipiartei master rap
tain. It Is understood that Lieuten
ant Mooro will leave the ship when
idic arrives In San 1'ianclsco, as he
has already applied for leave.
Tho army olllccrs on tho boat vvcio
lorry that they were not nblo to re
main In this port longer, but the Ilu
ford sailed lit 11 o'clock thlH morn
ing. Uefoio leaving, u largo quuntlty
of piovlslons wnu pin chased in the
locul maikct and 'taken on bonid.
An Insane Japanese, who was pos
bcsbcd nf'tlie ldc, i that ho had lived
en tills earth ills allotted lime, cicat
u! (ouxldci.iblo rxclleiuenl nt the
China dock vosieidny afternoon by
leaning fiom tho steamer iih sho was
pulling nut fiom tho wharf. Tho'
man was being deported fiom tho
States on the ground that he was Io
ta no. After tho demented man
i truck the water, ho changed his
toollsh mind, and, iilthough he could
i.ut swim, ho paddled tho water most
fuilously Life-belts wcro thrown
from tho si? nier, but ho did not
deign to notice them. Finally a
enmnnn manned by his own countrv-j
men pulled tho dripping lunatic fiom
tho water and ho was taken nhoaid
tho China mice moio.
Tho China left jesteiday afternoon
with a fair pashenger list for tho
Orient and a full rnigo of Height.
Tho contiact for lepalrlng tho big
American ship Ersklno M. Phelps wna
uwar.Ied vrslerday to tho Union Iinu
Works. The lupalrs will co3t $1,270
and tho contract calls for tholr com
pletion In twelvo calendar ilujh. The
woik includes lilting a now tUecl bulk
head aft and lep'iliing soven biokcu
Iramcs Ihe Ersklno M. Pholiw, Cap
tain Graham, bound fiom tho sound to
Knhulul, put lu hero tho other day
leaking Whllo Ivlng nt tho dock In
Seattle tho Phelps was twice run Into
by the biiiuo bteniuer, hut no leak
lundc Itself lu'inlfcbt until heavy
weather was encountered off Capo
Klatter.v Tho damage dlBCOveied bj
tho Bimovois may havo been caused
by tho collision or by slrosn or wonth
er. Call, Dee 31.
Tho tianspoit Sheiiuan, vvhon sho
r.rrlvcs lu Honolulu fiom Sun Kiau
clscu on her way to Manila, will
carry a full pansenger list. Every
ono of hci llibt-clnss accommodations
has been utilized. Tho Sheiinaji
tailed from Pilsco Monday with 1
Hist cabin pnssengcis,
Tho big dredger Governor Is begin
ning her woik lu the harbor. Tho first
work tow aids dredging tho harbor
wub begun jestordny.
Tho Kleamcr Iwalanl Is being placed
on thu marine ways nt tho Bhlpyaids
(or lopalrs Sho will havo her bottom
crapcd and cleaned.
Two Indictments for robntlnff wcro
oturncd nt Grand RapldB, Mich., by
i United States Grand Jury ngnlnst
tho Stearns Salt and Lumber Com
pany and General Fi eight Trafllc
Manager Patrlarche of the Pore Mar
quette railroad. Tho charge 1b ro
tating and on tho 140 counts a max
imum fine of ?, 840,000 may bo Imposed,
Curios and Jewelry
H.CuIman 1064 Fort
why the best filing system for
the office is that gotten out by
the YAWMAN & ERBE MAN
UFACTURING CO,, the
The first two are SAFETY
nnd CONVENIENCE. We'll
tell you the others, if you call
to see them.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
ON A TECHNICALITY
Jacob Rosenberg, tho Junk dealer
who 'Was on dial befoio J ml go Dole,
was dlsehaiged vostorday at the or
der of tho Judge becauso tho Judgo
(ontiiidcd that tho Indictment vv.ih
faulty. Tho bos who weto tho chler
witnesics against him had already
icRtitlcd to helling stolen pioperty to
Rosenborg, and Hen Duncan, ono of
tho hovs, had tcstlllcd that on ono
occasion lie told tho Junkman that
the Btuff ho offered for Bale was stol
en. Tho piosecutlon had rested, and
A. O. M. Robertson moved that tho
Court direct tho Jury to acquit, baa
ing his motion on tho ground that
tho Indictment was not sufficiently
explicit. Tho Judge gi anted tho mo
tion. This knocks out, nlso, thieo other
Indictments against Rosenbeig, It la
stuted, however, that ho will be re
WOOD DOES GOOD
(Continued from Pacs 1)
of tho lompait) nro to ho found In
the Qunitci master's Depot and in nil
of tho leading hotels nnd inllway of
fices 33 or 3 I places In nil. I shall
Inspect each or those larks regujaily
ever week whllo I am hcie, lo see
how they aie being kept up nnd note
If possible the demand for our fuld
cis. Tho Southern Pacific Co 's agent
will move from his present ofllrcs to
nn excellent location on V sticet tho
first of the J ear and has promised
window space for ono of our largo
(olmeil photographs. I havo Fcnt to
Los Angeles for ono nnd hopo to havo
It hero within a few dava tn an to
take advantage of tho offer.
1 shall tako advailtago of the ad
journment of Congress to Jan. llth to
run up to Atlantic City for u day oi
two in ordor to sco how wo can In
crease the effectiveness of our work
there. I am Just in receipt of u letter
fiom tho Director of tlio Atlantic Clly
Iluieau of Information sajlng that hu
had heaid of my nrilviil In Washing
ton nnd expressing the hope that I
might visit ills city. Wo havo receiv
ed a number of courtesies nt tho
hands of Mr. Lenhaiclt and I shall bo
pleased to meet him.
Dm tug January, February and
Mulch I would also icLommcud that
our agent nt Los Angeles, Mr. Llovd
Chllds, bo nuthori.ed to pay tho Ha
waiian dinging hu) h for their sen Iced
nt his lectures. This will ennblo Mr.
Chllds to give uotlie of special, nt
tiactlons nt his lectures nt least twlro
b week nnd thus draw u laigo einwd.
Tho dlffcieut railway agents in
this city iufoini me that tho Califor
nia passenger traffic vvaa decidedly
bettor Nov ember uf this year than
November a )enr ago. A good Cali
fornia travel should mean a good
trnvol to Hawaii. Instead of carry
ing tholr money In their stockings
people seem to lie Inclined to. sole
their shoes with a portion of tholr
savings and tiavci a lilt.
With kindest regards to tho dlffei
int meinbeis of tho Couimlltco, be
llovo me, '
H. P. WOOD.
Newton C Dougherty, testifying
In Peoiin, III, In tho action or tho
Mhool tiustecs to iccovcr monoy
Doughorty is alleged to havo stolen
whan supoilnlcndent, protested his
lnnocenco, nnd said tho crime was
tho "most dovlllsh, most dnmnablo
thing over conceived."
j3Sy"Fr Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin offlco.
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CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, Dec, 16.
EUREKA Sailed, Dec. 16:
Am. kclir, Evn, for Honolulu.
Weuneiday, Dec. 18.
AUCKLAND Arrived, Dec. 17.
Ilr. S. S. Ciowti of Gnllcla, hence
Thurcday, Dec. 19.
GRAY'S HARIIOR-Halled Dec. 17:
Am. KChr. Robert Lowers, for Hono
SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed Dec. 10:
A.-1I. S. S. Missouri, for Sound.
Saturday, Dec. 21,
NEWCASTLE Sailed Dec 10:
Am. bkt'o Puako, for
Monday, Dee. 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Deo. 21.
Am. bk. Annlo Johnson, for Hllo.
KAHIILUI Arrived Doc. 23:
A.-H. S. S. Novadan, liciico Dec. 22.
IIII.O Arrived Dec. 21:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, henco Dec. 20
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Dec. 23:
Ilk. St. Knthcrlne, for Hllo.
Tuesday, Dec. 24.
Am. bktno Coronado, for Honolulu
Thursday, Dec. 26.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Dec. 21:
Am. schr. W. II. Mnrston, for Hono
lulu. Am. bp. K. M. Phelps, from Seattle
for Knhulul, put lu leaking.
Friday, December 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 27.
Am. bktno. limgard, henco Dec. 12.
PORT TOWN8END Anlved Den. 27
Am. bk. Albert, from Hllu Ueo C.
- Saturday, Dec. 28.
H1LO Airived Dec. 27s
Am. bk. .Mohican, from Tncoma.
Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 20
Am. bk, Andrew Welch, from Hllo.
PORT TOWNSEND Anlvpd Dec. 2S:
Am. bk Albert, crom Hllo.
EUREKA At rived Dec. 29:
Am. bchr. O. M. Kellogg, fiom Hllo
Monday, Dec. 30.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 2D:
P. M. S. S. Korea, heuco Dec. 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
Fr. 8. S. Amlial Fourlchon, for Ho
nolulu. KAHULUI Sailed Dec. 29:
Am. 'bk. U. r. Whitney, for San
Note Am, Bp. Jnbez Howes failed
lo get nvvay from Knhulul on Satur
day, ns reported.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. bk. Edward May, from Maka
wcll Dec. 11.
PORT OAMHLE Sulldd.Dec-30: i
Am. sch. Alice Cooke, for Honolulu
AHERDEEN Arrived Dec. 30:
Am. bgtn. Geneva, from MaknwelL
NEWCASTLE Arrived Dec. 29:
Ilr. S. S. Aotca, honed Dec. 11.
Thursday, January 2.
SAN DIEGO Arrived Jim. 1:
A.-H. S. S. Nchraskun, from Sallna
Friday, January 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 3:
Jap S S Nippon Mum, henco Dec.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 1 :
Am. schr. Helenc. for Mahukona.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jan. 2:
Jap. S. S. America Maru, henco
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 3:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 4.
VANCOUVER Sailed Jan. 3:
Ilr S. S. Moaha, for Honolulu.
FIJI Sailed Jan. 1: ,
Ilr. S. S. Mlowcrn, for Honolulu (3
MAHUKONA Arrlvod Dec. 31:
Am. Bclff. H. C. Wright, from San
Monday, January 6.
BAN DIEGO Salled.Mnn. 1:
A.-H. 8. 8. Ailzonau, for San Fran
cisco. MONTEVIDEO Anlved, Jim. 5.
Am. Bp. 1). F. Packard, fiom Nor
folk for Honolulu, put in in dis
Tuecday, January 7,
SAL1NA CRUZ Anlved Jan. 1:
A.-II. S. S. Alaskan, from San Fran
cisco. BALINA CRUZ Sailed Jan. li;
A.-II. 8. S Mexican, for San Dligo,
KAANAI'ALI Sailed Jan. fi:
A.-II. 8 8. To.nn, for Sallna Ciuz.
Wednesday, January 8.
SAN, FRANCISCO-Anlved .Tun 7:
Am S. 8 lilloulan, henco Dee. 31.
8 AN niANCISCO Sailed Jan. 7:
P. M. S. S. Miiuchnrln, for Honolulu
HI 3 K tf K !K V. Vi ii V H W H.X 3i
TRANSPORT SERVICE M
5l K K 3f 3 3t. Ji 3(i M 51 K 11 35 X 3t
Warren, In Philippines.
Tliinnns, sailed for Mnnlla, Dec. II.
Iluford, nt M,nnllu.
filioiidrui, at San Francisco.
I,ognn, at San Francisco.
Crook, balled for Manila, via Guam,
Shorman, at Sail Francisco.
K PASSENGERS DEPARTED H
8( K X &l i( St JC M Hi Ml IC X 3 K K K 5)
Per S 8 Alameda. lor San Fran
cisco, Wednesday, January 8. Paul
Atheiton, Mr Dcinont, Mrs. Demont,
Jao, T. Doughorty, Win. T. Dunn, Mis
E. Hiitehlns, Dr. .las. Mahoney, Jack
Ryan, Col. 7.. 8, Spalding. L. Taylor.
F. VIncont, Mrs. H. C. Whiting, Otto
2JBT- QULLETIN ADS. PAY -JR2
I X 30 3C 5S JC K K 3f K 3 M 55 5C X
iticsdny, Jan. 7.
Ilk. 8 C. Allen, Wilier, from Orn)B
Hnrbor, 9-30 n. in,
V. S. A. T. Iluford, Hall, from Na
gasaki, 9:15 p. m.
Wednesday, Jan. 8.
Slmr. NJIhnu, fiom Nawlllwlll, 0
Stinr. Mlkahaln. Hiegory, from Nn
wlllwlll, 1:30 a. m.
K i ii A- .ft?
H DEPARTED J
M K M K M S X ; K ft K M V X It
Tuesday, Jan. 7.
Stmr Llkellke, Naopal.i, for lln
wuil polls, 5 10 p, in.
P. M. 8 S. Chlnu, Filelo, for tho
Orient, ft: IT, p. m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Self, for Maul nnd
Mnlokal ports, 5 p, m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, for Knual ports,
9 p. m.
Wednesday, Jan. S.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dovvdell, for San
Francisco, 10 a. III.
U. S. A. T. Iluford, Hull, ror Sail
Fiunclsro, 11 a. m.
Nor. hk. Concordia, Johnson, 12 m.
"ij K K 3 Jt IS X J' 3f M M M X X '"C
SAILING TODAY '
jlXKX)i? Jf" M 3! 'C d
Slmr lleleiie, Mitchell, for Pu.m
hnu, fj p. 111.
Stmr. Nucnu. for llonokaa, fi p m
ii X it 3C W X A 31 H 3! H W 3t X M
ii PASSENGERS ARRIVED
il JC 3t V. K XV ft H--A 5 )i if X
Per V. S. A. T. Duronl, .Ian. 7, from.
Mnnlla for San Fraiuisco. Capt. O.
P. White, dipt. Pa)inastei W. S. Vul
cntlno nnd wife, Mrs. W. I'iciicli. Lt..
L. F. Ruckcr, vvlfo nnd Infant; II. W.
ICndcrs, Lieut. Walter C. Short, Lieut,
.lames T. Watson, II. II. Kcishaw,
Lieut. T. II. Ilockstnmi and wife,
Lieut. It. I. Weeks, vvlfo and son;
Lieut. (' It. Ilnlhawny, wife and In
fant; Lieut F C Turner nnd wife.
Mr.c. Werner, Misses liulso nnd Vir
ginia llnirlsoii, Mrs It. T. Foul, .Mm.
II. O. S. Ford, Mathl.'iB Hugo, wife
and twociilldren; Jlra. H. Holton and
child, J. J. Pi Ingle. Mis. J. Sehulth
ess and two chlhlicn, Mm. W. Will
ing nnd son, Lieut. It. N. Ila)den, W.
A. Hiilstrom and wife. Mis. E. D.
Corwln, Lieut. J. E. Wnlkcr, Clara C.
Doeich, R. W. Hinds. L. rt. Jones. F.
C. Forler, John Murphy, Cnphlas
Schultz, Mrs E. W. Amos ami two
children, Dudley Inuvvn, II. S. Free,
Edward Howell, Lieut. W. Willing.
Mrs. J. E. Wllker, Mlia Stealbrand,
Mir. C. II. llnbson and two children.
Per stmr Mlkahaln, from Nawlll
wlll. Jan. 8. Miss M. C CI) most, Miss
D. Sheldon, MUs II Sheldon, Miss C.
Rlckard, 11 h. Hudson, Mlsn Mnyakl,
MIbs K Dunn, L. WohlerB, D. L. Aus
tin, Miss 1'llnilers.
m 3 m i
Thu Industrial School for (ill Is re
port to Superintendent W II Ilabbltt
of tho Itouid or Education In Mih.
Sarah Detor, Ihe matron of the Insti
tution, states as follows:
On January 1, 1307, tho gills in tho
ichool iiuipbered Ihlrty-Foven. Tlilr
Icon were- ndmltted duilug tho )cyir,
ten weto leleabcd and ciuu died. Dec
ember 31, 1907, showed thlit)-nlno lu
nrttos. Dm lug thu yeur tho sowing class of
tho kchoo) made, for tho Hoys' Indus
'tilal School at Walalcc, 2C4 ilcnlin
truiitprH, 210 pajaina shlita, 19S pillow
cases and 128 sheets.
For laro work, drawn woik, olho"
icur) woik and mat, fan and lint
weaving n total sum of $278.15 was
leeched. Tho net piollts of this
ninouut mo deposited lu tho savings
bank to'thc icspcctlvu necounls of thu
gills who did tho noik, nnd tho money
Is held for them until they mo io
lease dfiom tho institution. -
During tho )cnr tho buildings wcro
lepnlicd and painted. In return ror
tho bulls which the girls havo mado
lor tho hovs or the Walaleo school,
the hoys pinWdcd them with meat and
llcca mid cemeteries vvcio thu sub
Jeets of Acting Governor Mott
Smith's iittcntlon this morning, Tlioio
was no connection between them,
The lilies mid lobulations of tho
IIcmiiI of Agilcultuio mid Forestry
icgarcllug thu Impoitalloii of brca
had been passed up to tho Acting
Governor for his nppinval. After
Undying them eaiefully, ho refened
them to tho Attorney Gcneiul ror mi
opinion as to their legality.
Tho cemetery mnttcr Is ono that
comes up to Mott-Smlth from tho
lloaid of Health. There Is urgent
need of nnother cemetery In Hono
lulu nnd dlllgont seal eh has been
mado by those. Interested, In an at
tempt to Hud u suitable, locution.
Wrestling la very popular nt Cor
noll. Leo Tnlbott, tho crack shot
and hnmmor thrower, throw Oder
klrk, substitute center on the foot
ball team, luceutly.
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