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All visiting members of clio
order aro cordially invited to
attind meltings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0.
Meet evciy Mondnv evening at
: In 1. O 0. K. Hall, Tort Strcot
E. It I1KSDHY, Secretary
1II2N. V. V1CKER9, N. O
All visiting brothers very cordUllj
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every rueaday evening at'
i (SO o'elock In K. of 1' Hall, cor
Port and Hciotnn a, VUltlng brata
tra aordlHll) luvltnl to attend.
w i. lyi.k, cr.
F. WAI.DRON, K US.
OAIIU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meat ever) frldaj evening at
1:u In K ot P Hull, corner Fort
and Heietnnla. Visiting biothera
otHlnll) tinltpil to attend.
A. a DKEIUXO. 0 c .
JAB WHITE, K R3.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Uonolulu Lodgo No. C1G. 0. I". O
B., will meet iu tnelr hall on King
Bear Foit street every Frlda) even
Dy order of the B H.
HAKUY A. WILDER,
r b. ntciiAiiuaox, a. u.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Mooti every Saturday evening at
7:JU o clock in K. Of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and lleretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
V. I. puxzza. CC
E. A JAOOHSON. KR3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tbo 2nd and 4th WKD
MBSDAY ovonlngs of each month, at
7:30 o'clock In K ot 1. Hall, cornor
Cerctonla and Foit streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
land. W. L TRAZEK, W, Prest.
II T. MOOUE, Seoy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets eveiy flrjt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythlau Hall Visiting brothers cor
Ilnlly Invited to attend.
J W ASCII. Saebom
A II MURPHY, C of R.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS. '
Jack and the Game also a carload
of jewelry being practically given
1018 NUUAHU NEAR KING
P. If, fiurnette.
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Montage Lic
enses, Offlee 70 Merchant St. Phono 310,
You Want ElooHc Wiring Done or
Private Telephone.- Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELFCTBIC CO.,
C9 Eerotania St. Phone 31G.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, PajaniM, Shirt Waists, Fancy
.HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
NK3" BULLETIN ADS. PAY -332
King and Bethel Sts.
Gas Co., Ltd.
A New and
Complete Line of
The best quality brush for
the money ever offered in Ho
nolulu. Prices $1 to $5
ASK TO SEE THEM.
Hotd and Fort Sts.
New lot of them just in. Order Now
Levy & Co.,
THE NEW SMOKING TOBACCO
To have solid comfort after dinner
fill your pipe with IBOID.
nnd MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin.
I'atyinin lints cleaned at the Globe
Mini Anna M Pails loft on the
slcamoi Manna l.oa.
To cnc) u ride right, ring tip 2!i'
lor Qiilnn llultk
H Hind was n dopnitlng pnKsengei
on the Klliiui lod.i.
Mntlnco at tho Orphcum every
cdncsday nnd Saturday.
Mrs Nnvvnhl of tho Ko Aliilm Alna
Balled In tho Klnnu for Hllo toda).
I'litnntn Health Pills mnko rich
Miiod ride a package". Ti thotn
A Enos nnd It .McWtivnc It ft for
their tcspectlvo homes on the Malum
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,,
Tomorrow will lie Iho last d.iv of
WhltiK'.v & Matsh's sale of wash
Mr and Mrs. W. A Wall, acrompa
tiled !iyMlnM Willi. Milled In tin- Klnnil
11 Iscnhorg Is booked lo depart In
the V (1 Hall this afternoon fin
Tho l'ashlon Snloon Is now senilis
,m oxcellcnt dinner between 4 and 6
Excelsior Lodge No 1, I O O F
will iiuct In Odd fellows' Hall at 7.30
for n few weeks Mrs Ke.irna'
rhutnc) will ho -' cents per Jar at
all the stores.
Scnnloi Knlain.i will in inago the
coming ltcpiililicnn campaign on the
Island of Maul.
Queen I.I 1 1 uok.il.iii I. accompanied I)
.Mrs .1. K Au.i. lc ft on Iho stcamci
.Manna I.iu toda).
Cecil Drown, ncvnmpanlcd b) Ills
daughter. Miss Irene Dickson, left for
Hawaii on the steamer Kinnn,
.Hoffmann Chop llouoo open all the
time on Hotel street, near Nttuanu
Excellent meals at low put iirlces.
This In tho third day of the (treat
no-profll sale at lllom's. Tilings nro
ivol but then- mo still lots of tho
best bargains Icrt.
II 1' llaldw in of .Maul, accompanied
1 .1 1' Cooke, will leave for Knual
on the steamer V. (5. Hall. The will
be awn for somo time.
Major (Jus Huso wns a passenger iu
the Mnttua l.oa, which sailed at I"
o'elorl; toil a j Ho went In the Inter
i si of the Ticasur) Dcpnitnicnt.
The final rehearsal ot glees to be
jium at the S) million) concert, feb
nnrv h, will be helil III tho Kllohana
All League moms nt ft p, in today.
The tloaiil of Health reports the
nine deaths In Honolulu fiom con-
taglous dlseuso timing the fifteen dhjs
ending Jan 31, 'US to be duo to tuber
A wiielcss fiom Hllo sns that ten
homesteaders got Into lino Sundnv
waiting their chances on nine lots
which mo to bo offered nt auction oi.
tho 21st nt Hoiioiuu and .Manilla.
I). Ali.Coiilt.ton and i; II. Wiidn
house were passengers in tho Kliinu,
which li rt for her Island ports (Ida af
lernoon Mis Wodehouse went to
tho American Sugar Company much
face and scalp ticatment, mani
curing, vibratory tieatmentB can bo
had at Ttoom G, tho Young Hotel, 2nd
llnor, at Miss A. de Lartiguo's hall
dresslng parlors. Telephone 330
The Hooiilii nnd Hoota Luliui So
clcl) will litilil their regular monthly
meeting nt tho Kaplolanl Mnteinltv
Homo on Wednesday morning nt in
o'clock. All members are requested
Captain .losseljn will give un nc
count of his shipwreck on the Malav
I'enlnsula at tho monthly round up of
tlio Y M C A oil Mondny night or
ltet week. The uitlnbeis of tho nsso
elation mid Ihelr friends nro invited
to come. Ladles aro wclcomo.
All order of Interpleader was signed
bj linlge l.ludsa) jcblerdn). sta)lng
all proceedings In tho two suits en
titled Walter 0. Shields v. Ah 1'lng
and Then. II. Davles & Co v Ah
I'lng, until tho determination of the
cause of Wllllum Hcnr), high shcrlrf,
and (Icoigo C. Sea, deputy high sher
iff, petitioners, against Waller C.
Shields, Tluo H Davles & Co, All
I'lug and Klpahulu Sugar Co , ienmd
The Woman's Iloaid of Missions
will meet In Central Union chinch this
afternoon nt 'i 3U o'clock, The topic
111 studs of tho "Isles of tho Sea will
bo "flji," In charge of Miss Ida Mc
Donald IleportH of their wink will
bo given by the Gleaners, tho Aurora.
Society of tho I'orlugucbo church nnd
tho Kin Kok Kong Tan fill of tho
foit street Chine-so cliuieh A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to nnj and
all Interested in (ho work repiesenttd
b) the board.
Albeit V Judd, gunidlan of tho late
Susan llrnsh, has filed an amendment
lo his final account. Intel est on tho
II. T Walker nioiigago Is altered from
JS2J.no to $102 SO. A cleilcal onor in
dicated lij Job llalihelor, mauler, Is
correcting by biibstltutlng SC4C8 05 for
$0170 03 as tho lnv untorj total. Ho
colvits nro corrected to show $1058 51
and cxpendltuios to show $3020.04,
theso changes In totals having been
inndo necessary by tho other amend
ments, Tho conccted cash baljnco
Is S3050 IT.
lllds for building thrco iichoolhouuea
on Molokul were opened at the l'nbllc
Works OIIlco jesterday Mr. TolleBon,
as tho lowest bidder In each case, gots
all tho contincts Tho llgiirlng wns as
follows- Kaninlo schoolhouse De
fries, $1059; Trask. $1280; Youngs.
$950; Osa. $910; J, H. WIImiii, $1198,
f.vensell, $1213, Tollcbon, $798 50
Kalao schoolhouso Do fries, $1001;
Trask, $1150; Oss, $995, Wilson,
$1340, Kveuson, $13C3; Tolleson, $891.
Kaunakaknt schoolhouse Do Tries,
$1238; Trnsk, $1470, Oss. $11CC. Wil
son, $1140; Kvensen, $1503; Tolleson,
Boston Building. Port Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dene by the
slth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
33 DereUnla St. Phone 1491.
Hayashi's Strong Position
For Regulating Emigration
TOKIO, Japan, fob 3 - Minister Hnjnslil, in an Interview, sns
that tho einlgiatlon of .Inpanesc to America Is undesirable to the Jap
anese Gov eminent and Hint It has been decided to restrict tho cmtgia
I ion of Japanese to Haw-all under the guise of laborers. Ho also states
Hint It may be found necessary to piohlbtt altogether the emigration ot
Japanese to 1 law nil nnd .Mexico.
Toklo, Japan, Jan. SI. Vlsiount
Hiiynshl, Jnpanose Minister of for
eign Allnlrs, In nn Interview today
inado n statement conrcinliiR tho em
igration question which ma) be con
sidered ns nn tiulrlnl declaration of
the nttltudo of tho do eminent. It
having been prepaicd for publication jWlll iiot'healtato to entire!) prohlhtt
in Japan, nntltlp.itlng n similar .lniaucse cnilgiutloii to tho Hawaiian
ttalemcnt In the Diet. Minister Hu-' Islands, nnd ho Intends to piohlbit
vnshl said: lenilBiatlon to .Mexico.
"Tho Oovorn.nent of Japan Is de-'j "llcMiIutlons tonilemulng tho (3ov
lernilned lo Investigate the pcisonal crnuicntR nttltude nro unfair, be-
stnudlng of those to go to America
as HtinlcnK ieiiililtig two sureties
Tor each before the leave. Wo ie.il
Izo that the ciulgrutlon of luborcis
Iirclcndlng to be students Is liable to
bo embarrassing to Ameili'.i, and
Ihercfoie we in e determined to p-e-veut
No Biff Question Pcnds
"Although tho nego'intlons with
America have not et tiecn eonciiul-
ed, I may inaKo the definite statement
ns Jllnlsler of foielgn AITalrs that
Sympathy For Portugal
LISI'ON, I'Oilugnl, feb. S. i lio strictest nicasuies arc being tnioii
bj tho iiuthoillles to pieseivc order thimighout the Kingdom
It lias Tielu learned heio that f lanen has forced tho ofllclal clrrles.
Including tho l'rcjldcnt nnd the minibeis of the Cabinet, Into n posi
tion towards I'oitugal that Is supported by nil the groups of Monaieh
Ista In thu Republic.
HUNGARIANS REVOLUTIONARY MINDED
IlI'DAl'KST, Iltingar), fob. I! -The lliingarlnii Chamber of Dep
utlis has refused to vote a message of condolence to Lisbon concern
ed nlng tho nssasslnntlon of the King nnd tbo Crown Prince. In the
dob.ite that arose'' over the p-ecntn Hon of such a message, rontrnrj-
views weie oxpiesscd by the menibeis.
CLAIM NO REVOLUTION BREWING
I'AKIS, fiance, fell 3 A dispatch rerclvcd hcio today from
Oporto, In noithern I'oitugnl, denle
IIALIfAX. Nova Scotia, i'cb I! Tho Ililtlsh steamship St. Ciltli
beit, bound fiom Autweip for New Voik, has hi en huincil. In tak
ing to tho boatstlillteen of her crew were diowned.
The S. S. St. Cutlibeil, of Illfili Ions, has been pi) Ing icgularl) be
tween New Yorl. nnd A,utwcip. She was toinniauded by Captain Lewis.
CANNOT USE INTER-STATE BOYCOTT
WASHINGTON, I) 0 feb IS
that the ilt-c lm.it ion of u liojiott :t
.nothing llml niny nffect inleistato
MADE IN KAUPAKULUA, MAUI.
A HOME PRODUCT
A FINE TABLE WINE OF EXCELLENT BOUQUET
by all wholesale and retail wine and liquor dealers and by
all saloons. TRY IT.
m1 ' wiwftap.
A teleginm was received )CBleida) , After 3100 bags of sugar had been
tinting Unit tho lingo steamer Mimic dumped out, tho leak in tho bark S. C
Mitn of tho Great Northern steamship Allen was located, and will bo ro
line, had gone ashoro near MoJI, Ja- paired. Tho Allen was duo to sail sov
pan, whllo en routo from Hongkong to oral da)s ago, but sho sprung a leak
Seattle, but had later got oft and pio nnd It was feared that a great deal of
ceeded, apparently undamaged Cap- her caigo would bo damaged. Acconl
tain Austin, formerly chlof oillcei, is Ing to tho present outlook tho Allen
In command of tho Minnesota, which will probably Bald next Tuosday Tlii'
Is tho largost steamship In Iho Pacific leak was located noai tho rudder post,
having n length of 022 feet nmli a
breadth of 73.G foot. Hoi slbtcr ship, It was announced nt tho Irish fair,
tho Dakota, commanded by Captain New Yoik. that Mlbs Oladjs Vandor
nmll Frnncke, was vviccked by going hilt had puichased tho rarest set of
ashore on a leef not far from Yoko. Iilsh point laco In America Tho sot,
hama somo months ago. i:amlner.l two cuffs and a collar, mado 200 )eara
Jan. 22. , ago, bold for ujoro than $1,001).
has arranged to have POPU
LAR MUSIC EDISON PHON
OGRAPH RECORDS on sale
at the same time here in Ho
nolulu as anyone can buy
them in New York.
That means that your mu
sic will be up-to-date if you
buy it here.
November, December, and
January records now on sale,
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop St.
tho riimorH vvhlih have neen elrcit
Inted to the effect that nny linpor
tant nuestlon Is pending between
! America and Japan Is a fahilcntlon,
nrlRinallui; 111 u certain section of
, tho United States.
"The Minister of foreign Affalis
latise we have adopted u tlellnlto pol
le, mid any ngltutlon on our pail
will lntcnrtf suspleion In thu United
States nnd icsult to our disadvan
tage. "Tho conslde-atlon of our commer
cial Intciests alone would Jtisllfj our
liolli) In legard to foreign relations
Its inlseonrcption by politicians Is
disadvantageous to our state. Our
present policy Is fully Jtistllled from
the standpoint of tho fiiiulament.tl
principles of International lelatlons.'
. that theic Is tiny involution blow
URNED AT SEA
The Silpieino Couit has deeldeil
u weapon by the l.ilioi unions Iu
birdness Is Illegal.
p, ,! ,w . ip ni lti YrmwrrnrTtrrww'
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January 3.
NKWCASTLB Sailed Jan. 1:
Am. schr. Helenc, for Mnhukona.
Saturday, January 11,
NUWCASTLKAnlved Jan. 9:
II r. S. S. Highland Monarch, henrc
OKOHAM A Arrived Jan. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, hencv Dec. 31.
OAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. 8. S. W. 8. Porter, for Hono
Friday, January 17.
MONTBVIDBO Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. ap. U, P. fackatd, for Uonolulu
BAN mANCIBCO Arrived Jan. 17:
U. S. A. T. Duford, hence Jan. 8.
Monday, January 20.
OAVIOTA Arrlvod, Jan. 18:
Am sp. M. K. Chllcott, honce, Jan. 3
VICTOIttA Arrived Jan. 18:
Dr. K. S MIowera, honce Jaa 11,
HILO Sailed, Jan. 18:
A -II S. S. Columbian for Salvia
Tueiday, January 21.
NBWCA8TLE Sallod Jan. 10:
Br. S. S. Lord Stanley, for Honolulu
NKWCASTLIC Arrived Jan. 17:
Am bk Ul)mplc, hence Nov. 12.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan, 20:
P M S. S. China, hence Jan. 7.
ViCTOlH A Arrived Jan. 20:
Dr. bk. luvernelll, hence Dec. 30.
Wednesday. January 22.
SAN FIUNCISCO Sallod, Jan. 21:
A.-II. S. S. Dispatch, for Honolulu
Thursday, January 23.
MAlCAWELIj-Arrlvod Jan. 22:
Am. bktr.c. Hawaii, hrnco Jan, 21.
NBWOABTLE Sailed Jan. 18:
Dr. S. S. Hnmpstend, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 25..
SALINA CltUZ Arrived Jan. ID:
A.-II. S. S. Texan, from Knanapall,
SAN FUANCISCO Anlvcd Jan. 25:
Fr. S S. Amlral fourchon, honce
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Jon. 24:
A.-If. S. S. Alaskan, from Sun Dlcgo,
UniSIlANE Arrived, .Inn. 22-
S. S. Aorangl, from Sydney, for Ho
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 25
Am sp Hawaiian Isles, for Kahulul
via San Francisco.
Monday, January 27.
BAN FIIANCISCO Snlled Jan. 23
Am. schr. Honolpu, for Iionnlpu and
HAN ITIANCISCO Sailod Jan. 20:
Am. bk, Goorgo Curtis, for Honolulu,
Am. bk. Androw Welch, for Hllo.
YOKOHAMA, Arrived Jan. 23:
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, hence Jan. 11
A3TOUIA Arrived Jim. 25:
Dr. S. S. Ilaron Cawdor, henco Jan.
KAIIULUI Arrived. .Inn. 25:
Am. sp. E. M. Phelps, from San
SEATTLE Arrived Jan. 2S:
Dr. S S. Mimosa, henco Jim 1 1.
SYDNEY Arlved Jan. 28:
Dr. S. S. Moulin, henco Jan 13.
Wednesday, Jalnuary 29.
SAN ITIANCISCO Anlved Jan. 29:
E. F. Whltnoy, fiom Kahulul.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 29:
P. M. S. 8. Korea, for Honolulu.
Thursday, January 30.
SAN FIIANCISCO Silled Jnn 30:
P. M. S. S Mongolia, Tor Honolulu.
I II LO Arrived Jan. 2rt;
Am Schr Compeer, from Eureka.
Friday, January 31,
SAN ITIANCISCO Al rived, Jan 31.
Jap. S. S. Hongkong Mam, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Jan 30:
Am. schr. II C. Wright, for Mnhu
Friday, January 31.
SEATTEI.E Anlved Jan. 31:
A -II. S. S Nev.ulair, fiom San
POUT (lAMltl.E-Salled Jnn. 31:
Am Ilk Albeil, for Hllo.
Saturday, February 1.
VANCOUVEU Sailed, Jnn. 31:
llr S S MIowera, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Jim 31-
A.-H S S. Alizouun, for Sallnn
Monday, February 3.
YOKOHAMA Aimed fob. 1:
Jap S, S. Nippon Main, henco Jan.
nrtAYS HAItnOU Sailed fob. 1:
Am schr. C. A. Thu) or, for llonu-
Am. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN rilANCISCO Arrived fob. 2.
U. S. A. T. Crook, henco Jan. 25.
HILO Arrived, Jan. 31:
Am. 8. S. Enlcrpilbo, from San
HILO Bulled Jnn. 30:
Am. bk. Aunlo Johnson, for San
Tuesday, February 4.
SAN FIIANCISCO Al rived feb. ,4:
O, S. S. Alameda, henco Jnn. 29:
YOKOHAMA Sailed, feb. I:
Jap. S. 8. America Maru, for Hono
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived fob I
Am sp. Jnbez Howes, from Kahuluf
o " -!g
YOU'RE ALL RIGHT
when you let us build
your launch, canoe,
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alapai,
KMRBHKMR J-tlM M M K B X
X)(J!81Ka!W N U ( Ji S X )i
Stmr Ilclcne, NcblJ(finm Hnnia
kirn, Komi ami Kohnl.CMS n in.
H DEPART).- )i
S IS K K M it .t n a X K K is
Stmr Mnunn Lo.i, Scrsou, for Ko
mi and Knit poits, 12
Stmr. Klnnu, Clnrkifor Hllo nnd
Hawaii ports, 12 m.
K DUE TODAr M
u 0 n k h n k n if k n ti wi y .
Stmr Llkcllke, with BUgnr fiom Pu
paaloa, In tho nflernoon
N SAILING TODAY J
A -II S. S Mexican, Nichols, for Ka
Slmr Despatch, Kokcrwltz, for Elo
elo unil Mnkawell, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Iwalaul, Self, for Molokul ami
Mnnl pints, 5 p. m,
Slmr. W. G llnll, Thompson, for
Knual ports, 5 p m.
K 5 H 3 K K K 5: W K 55 5f X :t 3(
i1 TO SAIL THURSDAY
Jt V )f X X H X X X K A ii X X K A
Stmr. Mnul, for Hamaktia ports, 5
Stmr. Mlknhnja, for Knual, G p m
x f x x n k; jt x v w k x i x
X TO SAIL FRIDAY 11
ii it it A' it it it it it it it -
A -II S S Nolmiskan, Knight, fin
Hllo, nt night
K PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr Klnnu, Feb. I, for Hllo
nnd wn) ports Mrs Nnuahl, Mis
W. A. Wall, .Miss Wall. II Hind, Miss
Alice Monro, Miss Kato Mooio, Mrs
C Oruy, Cecil III own, Miss lieno
Dickson. Mrs. C Sharrett. W. A. Wall.
A. W. Cuter, J W. Wnldion. W. II.
J. Wlckham, Mis. Wlckhani, J.
Enns, Mrs. McKouzlu nnd chlldicn,
McCorrlslon, E H Wodehom.
Per stmr Manna l.oa,' fell. I,
Kim nnd Knu J. Goldstein, Mrs.
Grn), Queen I.ltluoknlanl, Mrs J
Aea, M. P. O'llrleii. wife and son, A.
Walerhouse, Mrs J. D. Paris, Miss
Anna M. Paris, Miss M Lazarus, Mrs.
J. Drown, (Jus Hose, A Enos, It. Mc
Wn)iic John Cullen.
Per stmr, Mikahala, Pebruniy 0, for
Knual A S Wilcox and wife, Harold
Itlco and wife, II von Damm, Mi
DuclilmJtz, Miss Emily Illce. T A.
lliirnlnghiini, W II Itlcu, 11. P. Fa)u
Per slmr. W G Hall. Feb. I. for
Knual J P Cooke, II P. llaldwln,
II Uruns, A. Hnueberg, C. Sllvn, 11.
Isenberg, C. W Spitz, Sam Nott.
O WATMFR0NT NOTES
niiii(iiiiiee n unit
Four times Jack noaeh, tlii siibinn-
rlno diver, has gono to Union Land
ing, on tho Mendocino coast, for tho
purposo ot blowing up Plnnaclo rock,
which has long been a menace to ves
sels icqulicd to take on cargoes ot
lumber there. Each time, however.
Hoach has been tmablo to make n de
scent nnd placo tho d)iinmlto blasts
on account of the rough seas. Ho Is
under contract by tho Star Lumber
Company to maku another attempt as
boon ns tho weather moderates. Ex
An eight-hour working day for stove,
(lores emplo)ed In loading or ills
charging vessels at tho aim)' trans
port dock nt the foot of folsom street
wns put Into effect )esterdny b) Coli
nel llellinger, depot quartermaster,
under orders fiom Washington. The
four watchmen nt tho dok mo still
lequlrcd to bo on duty for thliteeu
hours at a stretch. Examiner, Jan.
Tho Klnau sailed nt noon today
fiom her dock for Hllo nnd Hawaii
poits. Sho cat i led tho usual amount
of fi eight nnd u fair number of pas
sengeiB. The Manna l.oa ulso sailed
at 12 o'clock fm Hie sanio port. Thu
W. G. Hall Is hooked In leave Ihls
evening ut 5 o'clock for Kami, mid
Iho Iwnliiiii goes to Mnul nnd Molokul.
Tho American ship falls of Civile
nnlved hero yesterday forenoon fiom
Monterey with 18,500 barrels of oil.
Captain N. C Larson reports good
weather tho most of tho Journey. Ho
held an Interest In tho abandoned ship
Eclipse, and will stand a loss of nbout
Tho Eicnch ship Hoehe, Captain Lo
Multic, bus moved fiom tho lallway
vvhaif ovei lo tho dock uot to tho Inter-Inland
whiiif Sho is taking on u
(inutility of rock ballast there.
n iit w
Judgo Lindsay made an oidei In Iho
paitltlon suit of May K lltown v.
Homy Holmes et al., appointing Ai
lliur C. Alexander n ccmuulsbloiier to
examine Iho propeity nnd report
whether or not It can bo partitioned
and bet olf in soveralt) to thu parties,
uc-coidlng to Ihelr respcctlvn Interests
therein, cqiillulil) and without great
prejudice to tho purtlcs,
Fine Job Prlntlna at tho Bulletin.
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