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K' 2 ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T It.. TFnSDAY, .TAN. 21. 11)08. ' ' ' ''('
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I WEEKLY CALENDAR I
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All visiting members of be
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings ot local lodgei
RARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 in I. O. O. K. Hall. Fort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, Secrotary.
BEN. T. V1CKEK3, N. O.
All risking brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
1 1 30 o'clock In K. ot I'. Hall, cor.
fort and Uorotanla. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLIO, C.C..
F. WALDI60N, K.U.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
w Meets every Friday evening nt
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Bero
tanla, at 7:30. Mcmbors ot Mystic
Lodgo No. 2, Wm. McKinley lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordially
A. G. DEEMING. C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE, K.It.S.
S0N0LULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 13. P. O.
(.'., will meet in their ball on King
oear Fort street every Friday even
ing. By ordor ot the E It.
HAHRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, B. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Port nnd Beretanla. Visiting broth
' i cordially invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prost.
n. T. MOORE, Secy.
BAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Dally invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, O. of R.
Coyne Furniture Co.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de-
tcripticn made, to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORE, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Smell and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Hoe. 44-50 King St., Katscy BJic., bt.
Nuuanu and Smith St.; Tel. ISO.
Three Men in a Boat
or thirty makes no difference if the
craft is built by
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
King and Bethel Sts.
To obtain the result is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Co., Iftd.
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
103 KINO ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA ST
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Uook Hook.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent lor Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
P H. Rurnette
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
ileal Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merohant St. Phone 310,
You Want Electee Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
flatteries, call the
UNION ELFCTBIG CO.,
60 Berctania St. Phone 315.
SpST- Fine Job Printing nt the Dul
Long black silk stoves at Illom's.
Kent rrnnklln cars. Stkds. Stbls,'
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Mntlneo at the. Orphcum every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Burns Anniversary Smoker at Wa
erlcy Hall, next Saturday, 8 o'clock.
Mystic Uidge No. 2, K. of 1'., will
meet In K. of t. hall at 7: .10 this even
ing. Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
.loo Neddy, the well known hackman,
and ovflsherinnn, Is recovering from
ti serious Illness.
Ladles' Auxiliary A. O. II., Division
No. 1, will meet at 8 o'clock this even
ing In C. D. U. hall.
Men who enjoy n good Btnoko should
try tbo Ow I five cent cigar. On salo
at M. A. (lunst & Co.
Kxcclslor Lodge- No. 1, I. O. O. I.
will meet In Odd Fellows hall this
Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Potrero, the local trotting stallion,
has two colts entered In the Califor
nia Futurity of this year.
Hoffmann Chop Houso Optra all the
lime on Hotel Btrcct, near Nuuanu.
Exrollent meals nt lowest prices.
Col. J. W. Jones, adjutant general,
has Issued n book of Instructions to
officers of tho National Ouaul of Ha
wall. Judge Lindsay ordered George
Mjirc to pay $10 a month alimony to
his wife pending tho decision of her
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., ngents.
Have ou tried the home-madp can
dles In the Alexander Voting Cafe?
Thes are every bit as good as their
pastries and delicacies.
The Alexander Young Cafe is open
from 6:30 in the morning till 8:30
at night, ready to serve you with a
dainty breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
A Joinder In demurrer has been filed
by plaintiff In the equity suit of the
Queen's Hospltnl against Ilruco Cart
wright, trustee, nnd tho bcncflclarlcB
of the last Queen limtna.
A call for tenders to construct the
extension of Maklkl street, which is
to connect with the new scenic load
oer 'Round Top to Mount Tantalus,
will bo advertised shortly.
Largo flights of ducks havo passed
oer town tho last fow nights. A
flock of twenty was noticed ofl Knlla
on Saturday afternoon, flying very
low toward Diamond Head.
Citizens of Wnlluku hno petitioned
tho Superintendent of Public Works
to havo tho old courthouse there,
when the now ono Is completed, turned
over to that burg for a town hull.
Faco and scalp treatment, maul
curing, vibratory treatments can be
had nt ltoom C, the Young Hotel, 2nd
floor, nt Miss A. do Lartlguo'H hair
dressing parlors. Telephone 330.
After jou have once used electric
ity, ou will wonder how you over did
without It. So phono 390, and have
us wiro your homo at once. Ilawallnn
Klectrlc Co., Ring street, near Alnkca.
Kco Lox clean carbon papers make
Impressions that aro permanent,
clear-cut, and Indelible. They do not
rub or smear, because they aro clean
Get somo from tho Hawaiian News
Superintendent Mnrston Campbell
hns withdrawn tho call for tenders to
build a hcboolhoiibo at Kaunakakul and
Is advertising this contract gioupcd
with those for cchoolhouses at Kalae
Great bargains In ladles' underwear
at L. Ahoy's, Nuuanu below Hotel St.
In tho annex to Mrs. Dunn's millin
ery shop In the Harrison block ladlcE
will find somo rare bargains in hats
For a poultry-houso or a largo fac
tory or business houso, tho best roof
ing Is ono that will stand cold nnd
heat without cracking or leaking
Itubcrold Hoofing is that kind. Lew
era & Cooke, Ltd., ngents.
Chief Justlco Hnrtwell signed an
order for certain original papers to In
produced on tho questions reserved
for the Supremo Court by Judge De
Holt In tho suit of W. J. Lowrlo
against II. P. Ilnldwlu and others for
T400.000 damages nu couttact,
A. Evonscn has been uwiudcd (lie
contract for building a teacher's cot
tngo nt Kapaa, Kauai, which Includes
tho furnishing ot tanks nnd water sys
tem. Tho bids for tho work opened
ut tho Dcpnitmcnt ot Public Works
ycstoiday wero as follows: A, Trnsk,
$5180; H.De Flies, $2998; O. Oss,
$2,435; A. Dvciisen, $2301.
Uuln Napoleon said ho wan out jiif
work, as a defense to Ills citation for
contempt of court for fallmo to pay
$5 a week alimony to his divorced wife
and $50 attorney's feu lo J. Llghtfoot.
Accompanying his Judgment with u
sharp reprimand, Judgo Lindsay gao
Napoleon until Monday next to pay
the alimony together with $15 on ac
count of Mrs. Napoleon's lawyer.
A. G, M. Robertson, attorney for de
fendant Henry Watcrhouso TriiBt Co.,
Ltd., In tho suit of former Superinten
dent of Public Works C. S, Holloway
against 12. V. Hichardson, former clerk
of water works, and his bondsmon, has
filed a motion to placo the causo, ord
ered to now trial by tho Supremo
Court, on tho calendar of the Janu
ary term of tho First Circuit Court.
Boston Building. Fort Street,
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla St. Phone 1401.
Steamship Lines Held
OTTAWA. Out , Jan 20. Tho report of Commissioner King of tho
olllclal Inquiry into Oileiitnl linmlgtntlon was presented to Parliament
today. It blames tho Canadian railways and steamship companies.
FLEET DESTRUCTION IS FOOL'S YARN
PAIIIS, France, Jan. 20. Tho statement that the Brazilian author
ities wore warned from "P.iris of n plot against tho American fleet, anil
that tho story of tlic plot Is true, li regnrded hero as fantastic.
CHICAGO BANKERS QUIT
CHICAGO. Ill . Jan. 20. The Commonwealth Trust, Savings ami
Union Lnbor Bank will toon close voluntarily. Tho stockholders will
BANK DOES BUSINESS AGAIN
NF.W YOIIK. N. Y. Jan. 20. Tho Hamilton bank Willi sl branch
es, which sutcumhed duilng the October panic, lias resumed business.
FLEET OFFICERS BANQUET AT RIO
IHO DB JANKIKO, Brazil, Jan. 2u. Tho odlrers of Hie fleet were
banqueted at the palace this evening by Admiral lllanco.
WASHINGTON'. D. C. Jan. 20. Tho Houso hns passed the bill for
in Immigration station at Philadelphia.
SAN FltANCISro, Oil.. Jan.
been released on bail.
SPAIN EXPECTING AN HEIR
MADItID, Spain, Jan. 20. The
K K X M K K M.W.W H5KXmXH
H WATERFRONT NOTES
K X X X S 3 K 31 ft 3C . ; X 3C K Jt
With tliice days' mall from the
Const, and not n single biopover pas
H-nger. llic Toyo Klsen KnMin steam
ship Nippon Maril arrive I nero a Utile
after three thirty yesterdiv a.'ieinoon.
The Marti was taken to thu llaekftld
tlock. Slio carried a big jarg ) for llio
Oilent of 3200 tona of gcncial mer
chandise. Dr. O. M. Tcrrill, formerly or the
Pacific Mall liner Asia, li taking the
placo of Dr. King, who lun been gi ant
ed leave of absence. Thu Maru car
ried 300 steerago passengers fo,' rVi
Orient. She tuado a short stay at thli
poll, IcaWng last night at 10 hcIjci
HecatiM' a sailor libeled Urn essel
just before she was leaving, the linik
It. P. Itlthet was held back for n shoi t
time until her muster decided to pay
tho thlrt) dollars asked. The salloi
was taken sick while in thin poit, it
seems, and went to the hospital.. He
laid tho blame ot his Illness to the
fact that he had drunk leo-wuter,
which ho ceitalnly could not havo ob
tained on tho ship. Honotci', tho cap
tain of tho Itlthet was anxious to get
out of the port, and ho paid tho sailor
tho money, which ho would havo been
legally entitled to bad ho contracted
his sickness on tho ship.
lly January 31, tho American-Hawaiian
steamship Company will havo
taken 3S.500 tons new-crop sugar from
the islands, As very Hit)0 sugar has
been carried away by anyone besides
tho A.-II. rompany, this means nliniwl
nil the sugar that bus so far been
shipped this. season. .
The Amcrieun-Huwallau fielghler
Ailzouau will sail for Kuhulul tomor
iow afternoon, where she will take on
a cargo of (1000 tons of sugar. Her full
cargo when sho leaves for Sallna Ciuz
will be 12,000 tons, tho remainder of
which will be picked up at Illlo.
The American barkcntlno Hawaii
was sighted early this morning and Is
nt piesent iinchored outside tho har
bor. Sho Is well known hero as is also
her skipper, Captrln Oundorson.
Tho William II. Marston Is dis
charging hnr cargo at tho Matson
Steam Navigation Company's dock.
Her cargo Is a general ono consisting
mostly of merchandise
The U. S. A. T. Dlx Balled yesterday
afternoon for Manila. All afternoon
almost up to tho ttmo of Bulling, her
nulles nnd horses wcro being oxor
clsed on tho stieets.'
JEjsj5""F$r Rent" cards on salo at
the Bulletin office.
Kee Lox Clean
MAKE IMPRESSIONS that
arc permanent. They do not
rub or smear, because they
ARE clean; for the same rea
son, they arc used longer than
the grease carbon papers, and
make plcar-cut records.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDO.
OUT ON BAIL
Treadwoll, tho Indicted banker, has
Queen Is In expectation of an heir.
(Continued from Pase li
"Mr. Molr told us that If wo lneor
pointed, ho would ngreo to niako r
written contract. Ho said that he
could not make written contracts
when theio-nro Tour hundred Individ
iilu. enno planters on tho plantation
WoconsuIted a lawyer lu Illlo, who
told us that wo could not form a cor
poration under tho circumstances, or
nt least. It would bo too expensive.
Wo have, however, formed an nssocla
lion with a membership of four hun
dred. After we had had Boveral meet
ings wo secured tho services of Mr.
Shlmnmoto, a Japanese Interpreter,
with whom wo called on Mr. Molr. We
prepared, iu the mean time, our pmp
oritlons, which weie translated by Mr.
Shliunmoto. This wo presented to Mr.
Molr, who, haWug read tho same,
bald that wo weie pupulo (eraz').
"We camo down here to lodge our
complaint with Consul Hallo. Ho said
ho would communicate with C. 1 1 row
er & Co., the agents, and advised us
lu tho mean time to return to our
Following Is tho proposition offered
by the Japanese cane planters asso
ciation: Wo, tho undersigned ofllccrs repre
sentlng all Japanese meiubers of smnll
plnutciH association tUosaku Dome!
Kal) would deslro to enter an agiee
nient with tho Ononieu Sugar Co., as
heieunder set forth:
1. Duration of agreement Is to be
for six to ten years until tho grow
ing crops of enno is lumcbted for the
lull term of tho year.
2. The planters' association will do
posit u icasonablo amount with the
Ononieu Sugar Co., ns u guarantee of
good faith until the termination or
3. If In case uny member of tho
planters' association should cnuso any
loss to tho Onomca Sugar Co. nt liny
time, Iheu the Onnmea Suga. Co. hut,
the light lo deduct said amount from
the guai anteo deposited.
4 At the termination of this ngi ce
ment tho above guarantee amount ilfu
posited, shall bo loturnod to tho plant
ers' iifsoclatlou after flnal settlement
5. Tho Onomca Sugar Co. will al
low tho members of tho association
tho cuuo land frco of rent and said
hind can not bo taken or repossessed
by force by tho Onoinon Sugar Co.
without any good and suuiclont rea
son, except with tbo consent of both
parties until termination of this ngreo
ment. C, At tho tlmo of yearly settlement
for tbo ciop of cano, should any mem
bers of tho association, by reason of
tbo uilvnnco madofby tho Ononieu
Sugar Co., upon fertilizer and provl-
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January a.
NKWCASTLll-Snllcd Jan. 1:
Am. schr. Hclenc, for Muliukona.
Tuceday, January 7,
KAANAPALI Sailed Jnni 0:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for Sallna Cruz.
Saturday, January 11.
A.-H. S. 8. Nebraskan, for Sound.
IIILO Arrived Jrin. 7: -Am.
bk. Aunlo Johnson, from San
MAHUKONA Sailed Jan. 7:
Am. schr. II. C. Wright, for San
NEWCASTLK Arrltcd Jan. !):
Dr. S. S. Highland Monarch, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jnn. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia1, hence Dec. 31.
Monday, January 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. bktuo. Irmgard, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. a. C. Toboy, for Honolulu.
Am. bk Fort George, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. 13. M. Phelps, for Kahulul.
yAN FRANCISCO Arrhcd, Jnn. 13:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from Illlo,
OAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. S. S. W. S. Poller, for Hono
lulu. Tuetday, January 14.
MOJI Arrived, Jan. 12:
S. S. Admiral Ilorrcsen, henco Dec.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jnn. It:
Hongkong Maru, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 15.
MONTHHHY Arrived. Jan. 14:
Am. sp. Falls of CI do, henco Dec.
Thursday, January 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 111.
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, from Sail Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 1(1:
Hllonlan, fur Honolulu.
111LO Arrived Jan. 15:
Am. bk.- St. Knthcrlne, from San
Friday, January 17.
MONTKV1DDO Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. sp, U. F. Pnekatd, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 17:
U. S. A. T. liuiord, henco Jnn. 8.
Saturday, January 18.
SAN FltANOlSOO Arrhcd Jnn. IS:
A.-IL S. 8. Novndan. henco Jan. U.
SAN FRANCISCO Bailed. Jnn. 18:
O. S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhcd Jan. IS:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, hence Jan. 12.
OAVIOTA Arrived, Jan. IS:
Am. sp. M. i:. Chllcott, bcuco, Jau. 3.
VICTORIA Arrhcd Jan. IS:
Dr. S. S. Minn cm, henco Jan. 11.
HII.O Sailed, Jan. IS:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian for Sallna
Tuesday, January 21.
NIIWCASTLII Sailed Jan. 10:
Ilr. S. S. Lord Stanley, for Honolulu
NKWCASTLi: Ariivcd Jnn. 17:
Am. bk. Olympic, henco Nov. 12.
YOKOHAMA Arihed Jnn. 20:
P. M. S. S. China, henco Jan. 7.
VICTORIA Ariivcd Jan. 20:
Ilr. bk. Inveiuelll, henco Dec. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Stilled Jan. 21:
P. M. S. S. AbIu, for Honolulu.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. II., January 20, 1908.
The following affects tho List of
Lights, lluoys. ami Daymarks, Twelfth
Llghl-llouM.' SubdlBtilet, 11107, pages
12 and 15.
PL'ARL HARHOR, OAHU, T. II.
Dredged Channel Iltioy, 5, a 2nd
class can, lepmted out of position Jan-
nary 111 .was replaced Januaiy IS.
KADNAKAKAI IIAR110R, MOLOKAI
ISLAND, T. II.
Kntruuco Iltioy, 1, n 2nd-c!ass can,
reported ndrlft January 20, will bo ro
placed us soon as practicable.
Ily order of tho Llght-Houso Hoard.
:: tt :: n :: :: t: ts tt tt n ;: :: :t tt tt :: t:
bIou to tho planters, exceed the
uiuotint of their ciops of cane In that
event, tho Onomen Sugar Co. has u
light to deduct tho amount of delleien
cy fiom tbo guarantee money.
7. Tho Onomca Sugar Co. shall not
allow tho same light of fieedom ami
coincidence to other planters who ate
not meiubers of the plnuteis' associa
tion. S. Tbo seed cano bhall bo bought
and sold by both patties ut n I cat on
'J. At the huncstliiK or tbo cane,
lupieseutiitlvus of both parties tdiull
bo prcsont when u copy of tho weight
or measure is made. Tho original is
to lio retained by tho Onomea Sugar
Co. nnil copies nro to 16 given tlic:
planters' association to prevent nny
10. Tho cxpcnsoii of harvesting,
hauling, limning, etc., uui to bo home
by' tho Onomca Sugar Co.
ll.-tAJl til' C!"'o Hint Is harvested
should bo t"tlcd for by the 20th iln
of the succeeding mouth.
12. A discount of 5 per cent Is to
bo made upon tho weight of cano for
i ope, etc.
13. rTlto. price of enno, tho Onomea
Sugar Co, Is lo pay tho planters' anso
elation bhall bo nt the rate of $;!.:,
per Ion until teimliiatlou of this ugtee
ment. 14. Tho Onomea Sugar Co. will
agieo to advance u certain amount poi
ucio satisfactory to both paitles lm
tho purpose of buying piovlslons, etc
15-Tho Intciost for tho amount,
fertilizer, provision nud necessary inn-'
K ' .ARRIVED
iff S ft K H K W 3i ft 55 M ;S K J
' ' Monday, Jaiiuat) 20.
S. S. W. S. Porter, McDonald, from
Monterey, 10:55 p. in.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru. (Ireeno,
from San Francisco, 3:10 ,.. m.
Tuesday. January 21
Anl, bl;t. Hawaii, auudeison, from
x a kjucs m k n tc x m k u k x m
K JS K 3d ik X K X tt, li 3 M X U 39
Monday, Januiirj 2J.
U. S. A. T. Dlx, AnUurs, for Mnnlla,
5:15 p. m.
T. K. K. H. S. Nippon Muni. Greene,
for tho Orient, 10 p. in.'
Stmr. Ko An Hou, Tullett, for Knual
ports, 5: 15 p.-in.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oncss, for Kauai
ports, 6:15 p. m.
Tuesday. Januaiy 21.
S. S. Mmishtl Mnru, for Yokohama,
Stmr. Klnaii, Nelson, for Illlo nnd
K 3X 3C3C H if J fe Jt X K X 3t K it K
K SAILING TODAY
A JC JC 3t it it it' it . J V. K it it H
Stint. Iwnl.ml, Self, for Maul ntul
Molokal ports, 5 p. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual ports, 5 p. in.
f X it, li X X X K X X '' X X X it
it DUE TOMORROW
X 3C X II li )t X X n X ;t it it X 3C X
Stmr. Mlknbal.i, Oregon, from Ka
uai ports, n. in.
X K 3 K A ft S S it X X X X X X M
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED J
Sf. X x x bs x x x a v. r- x ;t x it n
Per S. S. Nippon Mniu, riiiir S.m
Finliclsco, Jan. 2U. I'm Yokohama.
H. (lotob, Mrs. S. (lotuh an I Ini.iiit. J.
Ilosbltio, T. Kuiunl, K. K'i i.i,ishl,
Hugo llltsellel, J. Shllulu. For Kobe.
Daniel K. Peekbam. For Shanghai.
J. U. HerMioff, V. lilorkhujs. 1 or
Hongkong: Mis. Blanch (Viwill.
Henrv M. Corp, Miss II. Cninlet, ,M
C. Curliest. Cap!. Phillip W (llmniiinl.
M. F. I). Lie-it Oil II. (ireeno, Lieut.
CIiiib. K I leant, Charles I. Jones ami
btin, Muxoii S. Lough, llcnjamin 1
Iliibb, Mri (leitiude Smith.
X X X X X X X X X K X X X X 3C X
it PASSENGERS DEPARTED
X X X X X V. 31, Jl X K A It ;t It X X
Per stmr. Klnaii, Nebon. for Illlo
nnil Ilnwull ports. Jnn 21 A. D C'tis- t
Ho, i:. II. Lewis, ft. L. Coiie.i, lte. K.
Alijal, Rev. O. So, Miss Lily Kekuewn,
Mrs. Kllzabetb Kulo. l". A. Sing. S.
Snmuda, J. J. Reiser, W. It. Lowres,
C. Y. Alonn. Lall Sal, Mrs S. M. Spen
cer nnd children, Autone V.. (lame. (1.
II. Mayer, W. S. Ollibs, Mrs. I). Thrum,
(loo. C. Ilotb. Mrs. (1. C. IIolli, W. K.
Nolley, Mrs. Y. K. Cohllle, Mis. Sinn
Kapahun, Miss Lily ami llalhla Knp.i
bua, Mrs. Pothtie, Mrs. Keuued. Mrs.
Ramsey, IHtdiop Moore, lte. J. W.
Coadmaii, Miss Ch,iiln. It. I Llllle ami
wife, K. O. Ilond, II. Ilaimboig. V. T.
Tiirno. C. O. Young, II A Ilnldwlu.
C. M. CiHikc.
X PASSENGERS BOOKED
X X X X X ;t 3f X X X x DjiitHii
Per Stmr. W. (1. Hall. Janiian 21.
Tor Knual-J. Nelm, V I). Mcllrde
Tlteie will bo n meeting Ihb after
noon held nt I o'clock held ut the of
fice of A. (Initio at which tin- com
mlttee which is to hae chaige of lite
arrangements for Ihe-llouil paind"
will bo organized, and the menibeiii
assigned to the various divisions of
the alfnlr. Among those who will bo
present will be II. 13. Cooper, (loo It.
Carter, S. M. llallou, (lenitt Wilder,
A. J. Campbell, W. F. Dillingham, W.
(ireenwell, Judge Andrndo and C.
Mrs. J. A. Magoon returned in tho
Manna l.oa. '
J. O. Young was a passenger on tho
Klnau, which, lelt today.
: : :
torlals advanced by the Onomea Sugar
Co. ts not to be chl'rged ut tile rato
exceeding 7 per cent per annum.
HI The Onomea Sugar Co. shall
paj 50 cents etra per Ion for nil tbo
enno cultivated by the plniiteiV iismi
elation upon laud owned h the Ono
m';i Sugar Co.
17. Wu request the Ononieu Sugar
Co. not to grant cane land to an In
dividual plnnteis. lu case the Unnmc'i
Sugar Co. has am sparo land to eul
Htato in that ciiiil we leotiest llui
Ononieu Sugir Co to rhui, the land
lo the planters' assoilatlnu. And the
rl.inleis HHsociallou will dlstilbulu
tlic land iiuioag the IiiiIusIiIouk plant
f! ILidilshl Y. Niikumn. M. Nl-hl
inula mill mwi.i1 olheis nlllxeil tluir
slgii'iiui. -, t i Un docmuent.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W, Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.'
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