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BVnNJNO nUM.BTIN, HONOLULU. T. H . WEDNESDAY, FF.n 19, 1908
WEEKLY CAIEHOAR -
Laii Chanter No. 2 Htgular.
Oc""itc Fust Dfgre
I I J' iv-M.' s,
H ioiuI i i . - i "i-'a1".
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, . i i ibr of cli.
irn rixdially invited to
. 1 i. r- ,'tlrg nfa.'oal lodges
i.CV3L.No. 3.L0. 0. P.
v .Jay venlng at
11 l II Fort Street
'I n' illY. Secretary
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in Mura vury CQrdlall)
iiYIIC LOL-Gi" No 2, K. of P.
Mil 1" I .01 v
d i. e-nlng at
oi r H.ill, cot.
v kltme broth
1 i mend.
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v cooing at
!, i oiner Fort
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I fl V Mil 1. K d S.
HOrtoLLLU LODGE G10, B P. 0 B.
II nr.lnlll !.(.(' .' Ml fill!. I' P. O-
e, , will in.-et iii t'n.i hallVu Ktnt
ftar Kort etreft tin) Friday oven-1
Uy order of the ni K
HARRY A. ILDF.K,
r e niciiwtusoN, a. n.
Vm. JaVKINLEY LODGE Bo 0, K.of P.
Mii't, every Saturday evening at
T-30 yd it It In K. of P. Hall, cor
Foil uuil lleretonla. Visiting broth
tr cotdlnlly invited to attend
L F!tZ:B. CC.
K. A Ja)"wON. K.R3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets in fic 2nd nnd 4th WKU-N
M-bDAY c.eaiiit of each month all j
7 SO o'clock In K or y. llall, corner.
tmetanlu nnd Foil stieets.
VfslilL.il Eagles aie Invited to at
W. I, PR ZEE W, Prest.
II T MUOKL Secy.
KAWAHAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. H
Meets even- first and third Thurs
m s of each iiicutb nt Knights or
Pjthtan Hall Uniting biothors cor
iiall) invited to attend
I W ASf II Sachem.
A E MFHPHY, C of n
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out batlis, with eveiy modern con
venience. Bates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald, !
WILDER AVE. and PUNAHOU ST.
? A GOOD SIGHT
i C06TS YOU NOTHIHO IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
HAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
l'lie Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alokea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajunas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
- Embroidered Goods.
BOTEt, STREET NEAR' BETHEL.
JUWUKJl'llLlk K'lW 11 .WHsa
ki-g ,ind Bethel Sts.
"Some people like to use
second-hand loan: others do
not." Mas O'Hell.
It can be oils d by
In West's Liquid Soap Dis
penser your skin cannot be
contaminated if you will adopt
Motel and Fort Sts.
It will build you up
GIIAHBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
h B M a
h V TO
received a shipment of
Oregon Raspbarries and
Oregoa is noted for its fine Rasp
Dsrnes and Blackberries.
TRY A CAN FROM
J. 1.1. LEVY & CO.
ooies m ssioes
are sure promcteis of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair For $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 507.
Th Weekly Edition ot the Evenlnp
Bulletin gives a complete cummary of
ha newt of tha (fay.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Walking around find3 few Jobs;
persistent Bulletin Want Advertising
almost always wins. '
Panama hats cleaned nt tho Globe
Phone -152 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Two sn enters liavo been lost. Seo
ml this Issue
The Federal Grand Jury will get to
worl- next Monday.
Tliore will be no meeting of (lie
Uo.ii.l i,l II. al til this neek
Bulletin Bnsincss Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
S (loiiliakv f.nd wife ilt'imit.'il l
Hit' Klnaii Mhtoidnv for the ilrano
Tin- Hoffman Saloon in no Heil
ilotd fiei- with n drink oury nfttr
A K. lloiinhid was n ilppai IliiK ia
wni l fm Kuiiai yesterday b) tho V
Ihu Pnstilon Rnloon Is now serving
in "xcollent dinner bo t ween 1 and U
fun i Iainalllo No Gfsno. A O r
will niiot In K. of P. Hall at T fti IIHh
!) a few wqous airs. Ken r lis
rhutne will be 36 cents por jar at
all the stores.
Smokers who Judge of a cigar In ii i
fragrnnt. sailHtylng quality arc iinan
Inmiisly for the Kl Palenrla
Tho Ancient Order of Hibernian ,
DIvIhIoii No 1 v.111 meet at 8 o'elor':
this rvcnliiK In ' H I' lull
Tho allium! ni' otlng of the Civic
Kedvratiim will bo hold at 4 o'clock
this arteinoon In Y. M C. . hull.
rt nhoet 'mil a flow Ins se.i mad.
yachting the Jojfnl sport It l Lot
C. 1) Walker build that jarlil for i
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yo.u vflll be surprised at Its rooting
and preservative properties Callfornl
Feed Co, agtnts.
The Chli'korlnK I'lnno In ti.'d tt the
majority of iin.fHKnli.ual numldur.x In
ll.i'lr coneerl work rtorKitnini MiMle
Co., Ltd., Kort strpft
Tin IJoctor ulll liiMirlablv ordei tho
iicruniH l.illi'iit to quit lea and c if
!, and take a bIbkh of I'rlnio bct'i
with hli meals It's n foml tunle
The Vhlte Family notary Clock am'
chain stitch) Is the best sewtng nin
rhino 1n the world. Denny & Co., Ltd..
agents, 12C6, Fort stroot. Phono 4SS
V. V Billion or tho Alloinev lion
i".il' Di'inilnn'Ut left li) the Klunu
M-ilorday to reprewnt the Attorney
Geni'ml's Departmuit lit the II) i Cli
rnlt fomt term
Kmi Rood drefser tiiiist hino
ft w cxtrn palm of troupers Now l
the time to get Paragon Trousers ut
the lali'Bt make nnd in tlerlnl nt The
KaKh Co . Fort and llerelnnla Sts
Think of having cold or hot ill Inks
In a second, when (in a tramp or ihl
or sail, and miles aw ly from vrntui'
Vm can have, If yon have a Thornton
hottlo along. Holllstcr Urug Co., Foit
' Governor Frear states that ho hi3
not yet heard from the committee of
tho Walalae, K ilinukl and I'alo'o lm
provement flub In reftrenco to tho
Walalae car rchediilo subniltted to
him for approMil.
Tulltorml 3invciir W. II Wn'l
btlll has hope il.ai a lime ball ma) b
Installed fin this port befoio the arrlv
nl ol the flea. The Chnnibtr of Com
i, '-re Is c Hini'rn'lng with him 111 tho
offort to obtain lhls convenience
ur L. $ Uoodhiio has ten days al
lowed after the filing of transcript or
evldince to file his hill of exception!,
fo the enliel and Judgment of JoiiO
damages urn! costs against him at the
suit of Al:au for trespass.
Tho first evening lessons of the
shoi i courses of agriculture at the Col
lic or AK'leulturo and Mechanic Ails
uuh huld lu4 night and was well a
ti'iidi'd, fifty or more being piosent
1hiit nine weio enrolled for regulni
n agroed statement of facts In thu
Milt of, Stuart Talt, a molng plctuie
exhibitor, agulust A. J. ,Campbell,
Tioasuier of tho Tenltory, his been
filed It i elates to tho charge of $3
a show made by defendant. 'The iiolnU
have bicn rejiortod befoio In this pa
At the Centinl Union Church yi.su r
da afternoon, the regular nionthl
meeting of the W C. T Xl. was held,
Miss Yniiow condnoted tho devotional
I'M-ielsis Tno union proposes lo or
I ganlse a Y.mn Woi
li mpi'i me I'nlon. T
N"'" "rt I'e'iuestod lo
dn un'B ChrlBilr i
Those doBlrlnn lo
lo confer with tho
T M Ilnirison for Nakamoto, In
dieted for larceny In tho second dj
glee, has entered a demum r on t,hf
gioiind i hut the Indletnuint "does not
state Unit tho defendant till unlaw
liil.y a. nl feloniously steal, lake ami
tairy away, agalust the will of tho
owner thereof, any of the thlugc nl-
kgei1 In said Indictment to haw bcoa
stolen, taken nnd carried awa."
High Sheriff Henry retains, as fully
satisfied, the c edition foi $,i!9 In the
suit of City Mill Co. v. AKsna A pluco
of land was sold for S4n0 and after
paying Judgmuut and expenses, ihoie
was $15 01 left for Akana. The sale
in iinoHttou Is that over whtih an
oimislng contest between Missra. Ash
find and Marfoou, altornojs, took plai e
befora Judgo Do Ilolt on Sntiudnj
Alfred W. Caitor, guardian of the
property of Annie T. K. Paikor, a
mluor, hus tendeiod his eighth account
which Is now under icference to .1
Mnicallino as master The estate If
tho well-known Parker ranch, Tin.
guardian chaigos himself with $J40.-
492 12 and nsks to ho nllimad S2S0,
RIC73. showing an overpayment of
SI02U1. There is a capital expend!
lure of 410JH.23. Tho Inventory hliovs
luobubly 15li 000 ucrus of land, Invent
mi nts nmouutliig to $20,517 2G and
live stock as follows: 30,000 head or
(attlo, 18,0011 hoad of shoop mid 23'iO
head of horses, all "moio or loss." Tho
guardian's commissions amount to
$12,239.61. Tho account Is for tho
get a new pair of eyes; but you can
pet a good pair of glasses that will
make your eyes feel young and
If you wait too long before doing
it, though, even good glasses cannot
lestorc your sign.
, ii. oam un
BOSTON BLDQ. . FORT ST.
EXCELLUNT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
llh their new FRENCH dry cleaning
?8 Berotanla St. Phone 1491.
HATCi 0NLANB BILL
WASHINGTON. I) f . 1 oh IS. l,i,lRl. r M Hatch, of tho Tcnl
iom of Hnwnil, Bpoke Inline the Houhi- ( oinmlitee on Teriitories yester
d i" and urged a rntui. hie iep"it on i!k bill nineiidliiB tbo Hawaiian
Innil liins. Ho ilculaiu'l thai IiIh peopii kh'.iIIi ilonlrnl that the public
iiiiiIb should bo dlsposnl of to bettlcis IiihIi' nl or beiiiR leased to silftnr
l.i on era. Ho declared that sumo leant- had been inado covering thirty
1 I'll is.
WHEATON TAKES COMMAND
WASniNOTON, I) f , lb It, -Major General Wheaton haa been
urdered to auccce'd Mnjoi ('..mu'iiiI Wood la loinniand of the troops In tho
I'lilllpplliCS. Ho wllliii.'-nimi' his ilutlen on the 20 til Inst.
SCATTLU, Wnsh Feb 1 S. The f hainhor of Coniniorcp has ineino
ilallxed l'rcllilent Hik.-. .'ll in ftto.' nf treating the Jap.iuuso tho kiiiio
as oilier fnrolgners.
BLIAZZARD CAUSES DEATHS
CHICAGO, III.. IM. U A llenc hllzard Is ragliiK through
Centrnl Stalos. Mum ili'ithn an- lenoili'il
ENGINEERS ON STRIKE
SAN FRANCISCO Cnl , Feb. is
llio io.isl trnilo have detliUd to strike
a , it.
BOXER LEADER DEAD
'4 WATERFRONT NOTES I
i; K n n k a .i j i
WITH HVKRY mr
of ri eight
spa'ie avallnhlu taken up and her
1 atseuger cabins well lllled, the Al.i
medu sailed out ot the haibor this
morning nt 10 o'e'Ioek foi San Fian
elsco. The usual large ciowd was
on hand nl the Oceanic wharf to bay
"Aloha' lo departing fi lends. Sl
luembeia of the Ullefoid company
wore among thoso to leae. Alexan
der Craw und wife aleo sailed away
for the Coast
The freight Hat of the Alameda
was as follows F.IOO bags of rice,
1200 bagj coffee. 1000 bunches ba
nanas, 10U0 bundles of hides, r.OO
ensew of hone), 300 empty casks,
1000 cases canned pines, GOO hags
law sugar, 200 tons refined sugar,
800 cakes fresh pines, nnd 15 bales
THAT THE POPULAR steamship
Hilonlan has a system of wlielpus
now that works was cvldonced this
morning when ninny people around
town w.cie suipilsed to receiver tlu-r-
grams from iiuomlng fi lends. Mcs
sagOJ hnve been lecehed from Slnn
agor Kennedy of tho Inter-Island
Company and fiom tercral other
The Jluthon Navigation Company
inched the following message this
morning eirlv from tho Hilonlan:
"Hilonlan iIup today nt noon. At 7
o'clock 70 mllis off shoro. Weathor
fine All well " Tho system which
the compan, has installed on tho 111
'onliin Ih piohulily tho Massoy. which
has been piove.l u suecesa. The Mat
son Navigation Company Is the first
ol the companies sondlng regulai
steamers to Honolulu to Install this
'ntest of all modrfrn conveniences,
wltclcss, and It will doubtlessly bo
well reprid toi tho oxpoilniont.
Tho PbseIs of tho French Chnrgems
Iteunls line will not Include Van
couver, II C , in their list of stopping
places In tho fnltnu nor huvo tlmy
done bo In the past, aicoidlug to tho
clflelals lopiesciitlng tho coinpaiiy at
Then Davles & Co, Thoy stated this
morning th it tho story as published
was nil wiong. and without founda
tion, for tin- Fronch vessols never
hino nnd htlll have no tntunllons of
ttopplng at any of 'tho Canadian
porta Then- is somo tall., to bo auio,
though it 1. unionniniei! us yot, that
tho Fieiuh compnny will put on
whut will be known as two local
A Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" -IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
is the result of fcan of ex
periment and improvement.
Best fitted for all the require
ments of actual use.
The Tri-color Bibbon and
removable Platen arc samples
of the features that make it
the superior of all others.
Hawaiian News lo..
Alex. Young Bid . , T.m. i r.
Fnelneers pf stoam schooners In
Cencial Tulg, former lloxcr leader,
uts i iinuliig between Seattlo nnd
Oriental ports, Un Honolulu nnd
Kan Francisco. The crack now ves
sel of the line, tho Malta, is due hero
Till: FOLLOWING appealed In tho
iian Finnclseo Chroniclo's wator
Charles A. Drew, purser ot the
Matson steamer Hilonlan, wilt be mi
important officer when Captain Pe
ter Johnson Is directing tho steam
er's Kiuise on her next passage to
Honolulu. Tho Hilonlan leaves to
uionow, and Drew will not only act
as porter on the vessel, but will have
ilmrgo of tho new wireless telegraph
instruments u'cently fitted on the
Hilonlan. Drew Is an expert teleg
rapher, and has thoroughly mastered
the Intricacies of wireless work. The
Hilonlan, when sho leaves tomorrow,
will have about sixty passengers, nnd
will take about 2000 tons of freight,
pilnclp.illy composed of hay nnd sal
mon. TI1H AMKUICAX - HAWAIIAN
fiolghlcr Nevadan, which came down
from Seattlo Just tho other day, will
Kill for llllo tonight to load sugar
When the Nevadan came down from
tho Queen City this trip sho can led
n new pui.scr In tho person of Harry
llatholoi, a jouiig follow who has
many friends and Is well known
heie. He foimerly was employed In
ihe Ainoilcan-Hnwaliau office In SO'
THU I1LASTINO Is still going on
In tho harbor, nnd ut times it Bounds
as If u llpet of wur essol3 might bo
outside hombardlnu tho city. When
Ihe (hedging work Is completed, tho
haibor of Honolulu should bo In
.. j a i
PICKER OUT OF
(Continued from Page 1)
"Yes; it Is true that tho drafts nf
Mr. Plckor liavo been repudiated b
hJ local bank. I can not say yot
whether ho has appioprIa,ted the
funds of tho company to his own uso
but his work lieio was not satlsfac
"Do 5 on mean that ho was not a
goud iinmit?" was nuked.
"No, so far ns that goos, ho was an
i xcellent agent I uudeistuud thnt
Mi. Picker was practical!) tho whole
manager of tho olllco, Mr. Alexamlt r
acting rather as his assistant, anil tho
luapoiiblblllty of nfralra huio luusl
lost on Mr. Plckor
"It is not ciiBlomarv for genoi'.il
agents of our company to Ihe In the
etjlo that Mr. Plckor Is said to huvo
lived here Ho was for sevoral oais
a siilmgent of tho Pacific Mtitaual at
Honolulu, Imt when ho enmo lieio last
fall It was Ills first position of con
fidence with the company."
As a solicitor Plckor ' Is known
among local Insmanco men us a w'z
aid. His standing for tho volumo of
business was second to only onb oth
u nguit omplojod by tho company.
He Is a "halo follow woll mot," nnd
his sudden disappearance, fiom Spo
kane ciused much gossip among llfo
IN FIN PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, February 1.
VANCOUVER Sailed, Jan. 31:
11' ii. S. MIowcra, for Honolulu.
II1LO Sailed Jan 31:
A II. S. S. Arlzonan, for Sallna
Monday, February 3.
Yf KOHAM A Arrived Feb. 1:
Jap. S. S, Nippon Maru, honco Jan
.RAYS HARnOll Sailed Feb. 1:
Am. BChr. C. A. Thayer, for Hono
lulu. Am. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 2.
U. S. A T. Crook, hence Jan. 25.
HILO Arrived, Jan. 31:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from San
HILO Sailed Jan. 30:
Am. bk. Anulo Johnson, for San
Tuesday, February 4.
SAN niANClBCO Arrive J Feb. 4:
O S. S Alameda, hence Jan. 29:
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Feb. 4:
Jap S S. America Maru, for Hono
lulu PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Fob. 4
Am. sp Jabe'7 Howes, from Knhulul
WednecJay, February 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Toh. G:
Am S. S. Hilonlan, hnnco .Inn. 23.
SAN FltANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 3:
Jus. Ilolph, Tor llllo.
PORT HARFORD Sallod. Feb. 5:
Am. S S. Laming-, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Fob. 6:
U. 9. A. T. lluford, Tor Honolulu.
Thursday, February 6.
SALTNA CRUZ Arrived Fob. 2:
Am S S. Columbian, from llllo,
KAHULUI Arrhed Feb C:
A.-H. S S. Mexican, fiom Honolulu
Thursday, February fl.
SAL1NA C1UIZ Sailed Feb. 5:
A.-H. S. S Toxan, for San Dlogo.
Friday, February 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 7:
Am bk. It. P Rlthet. hence Jan 19
SEATTLE Sailed Feb 7
A.-H. S. S. Nevadan. for Honolulu.
Saturday, February 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb 7:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
SAN FltANCISCO Sailed Feb. S:
O. S. S. .Alameda, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Feb. 3:
Am. bk. Mohican, for San nnnclsco
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb 10.
S. S. Asia, hence Jan, 23.
HILO Sailed Feb. 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Eureka.
Tuesday, February 11,
SAN DIEGO Arrived, Feb. 10:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from Sallna Cruz
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Fob. 11:
Jap. S. S. Hongkong Maru, for Ho
KAHULUI Sailed Feb. 10:
A. II S. S. Moxlcnn, for Kunnnpall
HONOIPU Arrived, Feb, 11:
Am. schr. Honolpu, from San Fran
Cisco, Jan. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
PORT GAM13LE Arrived Feb 11-
Am. hktno. Klikltut, hence Jan. 21
SAN TRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 12.
Am. S. S. Hilonlan, for Honolulu
Thursday, February 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 12:
Am bk. Amy Turner, hence Jan 23
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 13.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, henco Feb. 5.
HILO Arrived Feb. 8:
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, honco rob. 7
HILO Arrived Teh. 11:
Am. bk, Andrew Welch, from San
YOKOHAMA Sailed Fob. 13.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu (1
EUREKA Sailed Feb. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Ho
Friday, February 14.
SAN FRANCISCO -Arrived Feb. 14:
P. M. S. S. Korea, henco Feb. 8.
SAN DIKGO Sailed Fob. 14:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for San Fran
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, February 15.
EUREKA Arrived Feb. li:
Am. schr. Eva, henco Jan. 22.
NEWCASTLE Silled. Feb. 13:
Iir. S S Elvastnn, fur Honolulu.
I1U.O Sailed Fob 12:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for Sun Fran
Cisco. HILO Sailed, Fob. 13:
A-H S, S. Mexican, foi Sallna Cruz.
KIHEt Arrived, Fob. 13.
Am. 8 G. Lansing henco Feb. 13.
HONOIPU Sailed Feb. II:
Am. schr Honolpu, for San Fran
cisco, via liana.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVER- Arrived Feb. 14:
Br S. 8 Aoiaugl henco Feb. C.
HANA Arrhed lb IB:
Am. schr. liouolpu, fiom Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Fob. 17:
P. SI. S. 8. Moiigollt, henco Feb. C
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 14:
Fr. S. S Maltn, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed, Fob. 15: .
A.-H. S. S. Nebnisknu for San
KIHEI Sailed Feb. 10:
Am, S, S. Lansing for Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Feb. 17:
A Wet Sheet
and a flowing sea and a wind that
follows fast. Such is yachting. Let
us build that yacht for you.
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alipai,
A 1I, S. S. Arlzonan, fropi llllo
SAUNA CRUZ-Sallcd Feb 18:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb, 18
Am. bk, Annlo Johnson, from llllo
GAVIOTA Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. sp. Falls or CI) tie, henco Feb. C.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 19.
P. M. S. S. China, for Honolulu.
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2 F3 S fi ? si i Rise
fa U I . M
-m. tl. p m p n a m- kl.tt
17 1 47 1.9 4 l8 n )7 10 4 6 to 6 oo 6 t
8 4 tj i 8 4 55 to 17 II OS 6 .8 6 oo 7 14
i n in, p, ni- I I
9 4 47 1.6 5 II p II Ol C 77 5 01 ll
to J 14 1.4 63ll $6lt )8 6 t7i C ol 906
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Iiii.l fi m.i a 111 I I
If 8 oojl 4 6 )7 1 ojl OS 6 35 6 o 10 51
3 9 08.1.4 7 17 1 47. f 10 6 74' 6 o.J II 47
hull moon Feb. 10th, nt 10:35 p.m.
Hawaiian slnmlard tlmo Is 10 hums
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of the meridian of 1C7
iegrces 30 minutes. The time whtstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the tsamo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Surf
nnd moon nro for local tlmo for the
x a n 3t y, 3i a a, n. a n a n 55 jc a
aWKVMMrtRJi if M K K 3 K M
Tuesday. February 18.
Sloop Kaliilnnl, for Wal.ui.
Ktinr. Ltkcllke, Naopaln, for wind
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learn his views more fully. Iloth
men wcro very enthusiastic over the
prospects, nnd Mr, Kellogg state;!
that If he went Into tho business, ho
proposed to go In on it large scale
Mr, Thomas estimated thnt pine
apples ought to distill from 125 to
150 gallons of brandy per ton of
fiult. At the prices prevailing fur
nprleot und peach brandy, used for
blending purposes, this should leavo
a lnigu profit for the distiller. In
addition, tho distillation would en
nblo him to work off u largo amount
of what Is now waste, such ns tho
peelings und curcit and tho second
"If I could get even $10 a ton out
ot distilling pineapples," bald Mr.
Kellogg, "1 would, 1411 nothing but
tho vety best of the pines. It Is Im
possible to make llist-class tanned
pineapples out of sceond-clnss raw
material. If I weio running n dis
tillery, 1 would can nuthlng hut tbo
very best of the pines, Ever) thing
else would go Into tho Btlll. That
would onnble mo to build up a lepu
tntlon for my canned pineapples and
at tho same time make u pi out out
of tho pooler material. Tho crop 1
have In down nt Wahlawa I cstlmito
wl.i inn about 10,000 tuii3 within
tho next two je.irs. About thrco
tons out of every ten uio seconds,
which would go Into brandy. That
would mean $30,000, nt least, for
the brandy almost enough to pay
my cannery expenses."
Mr. Thomas Is very confident thnt
Hawaii can build up n large and
profitable Industry along this lino.
"It seems lo me," he said, "that pine
apples ought o ferment very easily,
Tho aroma from tho distillation Id
very strong, and tho brandy ought to
mako n blending product superior to
the best grade of nprleot brandy."
Mr. Kollogg nnd Mr. Ilosst are to
liavo n conference over the matter,
and will go Into It thoroughly.
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