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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II. THURSDAY, NOV. 19. 1008.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
ClB Yon have not tried voiir hard
isoi & m
Lcahl Chaptop No. 2 ncnular.
Hawaiian l"lrst Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular.
G p. in.
All visiting members of the
Order nro lordlnlly lnltcil to
attend meeting of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O T. Hall. Tort Street.
II. It. UHN'DHY, Secretary.
iii:n. r. vickhrs, n. u.
All visiting biotherB ery cordially
OAHU LODGE, No 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
aay evening nt 7-30 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner I'crt nnd Ilorctnnla. Visiting
brothers coidlully Invited to attend.
a. o. di:i:iuno, c.c,
JAS. V. W111TH, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, I). P. O.
i: will meet In their hill on King
near Fort Street every Friday evsn
lug. Uy order of the U. II.:
HDNRY C. HASTON,
'.VM H MclNERNY, E. It.
VVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd lib Saturday
cvenluu ut So mimic In K. of 1'.
Hall. cor. Port nnd llurctanta. Visit
ing biotheis cunllally I in I ted to ut
tend v i.. ritA7.ni:, c.c,
i:. A. JACOIISON, K U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eonlnKs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
llorctanli nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles arc Invited to at
tend. -,V. L. I'RAZEB. W., Prest.
It. T. MOOItE, Secy.
IF ' HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Moots ovcrv flint nnd third Thurs
dajs of each month nt Knights of
Pythlns Hull VIItlng brothtrs cor
dially In Itt.1 to attend.
A n. AKLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E Ml'UPIIY, C. of It.
J. 1. Siiva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Elecic,
To make room for a consignment
of goods now en the way.
A Gx'eat Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold nt
LESS ritAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOn GOODS,
B007" AND SHOES,
riATS AND CAPS.
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fitin line nf Fnnrv WinM ntiil
R Liquors for the Christmas trade in
onr Liquor Depaitment.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
1 dry-cleaning process,
, 2.r7 Brretnnia St. Phone 1401.
The Best Whiskey on the Markit.
THOS. F. McTIO"F, & CO., A0EN1S.
101-105 ilINQ ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0 BOX 755
in a brand new scven-seater. Call up
,191 or 1158 nnd nsk for
C. H. BEHN
I f KutiMUIml UTt) , I
A lnttl(itltrt 1(1
CretoUne Is a Boon t Atthmatto.
rtmrdy (or dlMiuti of tb brlhlttr organ tha
to Uk Out tvm1j Into lli itvlUAOUf
I'co.nli ttn rnui !! urt Uta air. rfldlrM
it freely aMlarptle, U errltl ovw tits dluaMd
jturfar wlih ntry fentlh, ptoUagM and
rontUnt trratmtnt. it U Intaluablo to mattwi
with mail ililUrefi.
Thoia of n t'oiu
will tin J InunrJIatarrltiC
from Cuugbt or Inflamed
CvaillUofi of tbm thrift,
3iul )0tal mi da
ltt) Fulton Sir!.
yMMMMWI s,Si.MSViliMUiifctiirii a
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
We have just opened a new
shipment of these fine Diaries
for Office and Pocket use.
Let us show them to you.
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INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
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931 FORT ST.
Our Wall Paper is not only
beautiful in color and pattern,
but tasteful as well.
No matter how the room
may be finished, there is wall
paper in our big stock that
will just suit it.
Our special show room
downstairs gives the effect of
wall, border, and ceiling to
gether. Lewers & CooRe
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
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MANUEL REI3. Call up at an?
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290. 200, 1097.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts Honolulu.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomacheT The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
L ... Jit. A
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. do the trying.
Ten good auto hacks. I'lione C.
No fancy prices at tho New EnglauC
Uakcry, Hotel Bt.
Dr. Dlnegnr was among tho arrlvala
today In tho Rtcamcr Clmullne.
Nine naturalization rases will como
before JikIko Dole Monday morning.
Tnko jour carriage ur automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfi;. Co, for
It Is expected that Cbas. K. Notley
return fiom Hawaii In the Mauna
Ke.i next Saturday.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. It. M.,
will meet In K. of 1'. hall this Thurs
day ewnlng at 7:30.
Al. Thurlow for a lunoh or dinner.
Chief Clerk Conkllng watt engaged
this morning In taking Japanese certif
icates of Hnnallan birth.
D. II Knhaulello, Deputy County At
torney of Maul, Is In town, having ar
rived In the Claudlne this morning,
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at the rnshlon. Just give us a try.
A Chinese three- ear-old boy wos
drowned in a duck pona near tho home
of his parents nt Walklkl last evening.
,1. 1'. llackfcld, president of Hack-
fold & Company, Is booked to leave
lor Kauai this afternoon. Ho will sail
In the Klnau.
Dr. M. Ojnma gave a dinner at tho
Mochlzukl Club to (he Jupaneso Con-
Mil Oeneial nnd friends night before
last. The menu was strictly Japanese.
Deputy Attorney General Lurnach
will leave for llllo tomorrow- night to
attend the term of Court there. Ho
Rays that he does not know what cases
am to come up.
Lieut. Commander Moses of the
Naval Station Is booked to leave In the
Klnau for Kauai this afternoon. It Is
expected that he Is going on business
connected with ffghthouso service.
Ah Ping, manager of tho Klpahulu
Sugar plantation, canio down this
morning from Maul. This afternoon
he will hold an important conference
with Hackfeld & Company, tho agents.
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
193 Short runs OOo and xi.W uy
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
rat Sllva, anas ".no runcnuom
Demon," may have to fuce charges of
perjury In addition to the .charge of
smuggling for which he must unswer
to tho noxt session of the Federal
While beating around In on effort to
solve tho Christmas gift problem don't
overlook the fact Mint Island fruits
make most acceptablo gifts to main
land friends. See Island Krult Co. ad
on front page.
James McGregor, who gained
veal th In tho famous Ontario mine nt
Pa'rk City. Utah, arrived on tho Man
churia Monday and left the next day
for the Volcano. He will continue his
trip to Japan next week.
On Wednesday evening Miss Mabel
Aknmukot and Harry Wood wcru mar
ried nt I'elcula, where they resided,
the ceremony being performed by Hov.
Nnkulna. Tho day following relatives
and Intimate friends were presented
for congratulation. Refreshments were
The Portuguese rolony of Hawaii Is
planning for u great celebration In a
short time, the event being tho 268th
anniversary of the Restoration of the
Independence of Portugal. It Is prob
able that u Btrcet parado, followed by
a dance In the evening, wilt bo tho
mean features of tho day.
The Young Women's Christian As
sociation formally open their new-
home on King street to their friends
tonight. Tho place so long known as
tho Castle Homo changes Its namo
with tho new occupants, and is now
known ns tho Y. W. C. A. Homestead.
Friends are cordially Invited.
Mvcryman Tom Carty reported to
the pollco yesterday morning that a
set of harness had been stolen from
his stable on Hichards street tho day
or night before. Ho suspected an cm-
plovo who had been discharged re
cently. During tho forenoon the lnr-
ness was found In a lot on King stieet
opposite Kawalahao Church.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Mrs. M. L. Simpson, who has many
friends hero and on Maul, arrived by
the Manchuria and Is visiting Mrs.
Dickey on Nuuauu avcniio. She has
been away from tho Islands thirteen
ears. In former, years blio taught
school at Hamakuapoko nnd Haiku.
Her husband, Q. E. Simpson, will bo
remembered ns the station agent at
Pala. Ho died In Alaska lost wlntcf.
Yesterday afternoon Judge De Holt
decided that llttlo Elizabeth Harvey
thbuld remnln In the custodr of hoi
foster parents, those who had taken
her and cared for her when she vns a
llttlo tot running almost naked on
the slrects. Judge Do Dolt dismissed
tho writ of habeas corpus by vvhlcli
Mercedes Driccg tnimlit t ..n, ,i,
child which she claimed nB her own,
.. hu.u n mm, i;i0 custody of Frank
Mnpinv ,. t.n I.-..
.......,,, ,,,, mi, pruviueu ror It go
Tho Columbian of the Amerlein.Tr,,.
wollan lino will bo a convenient liner
on which the local merchants may Im
port their Christmas goods from tho
States. Sho Is 'duo to nrrlvo from San
tranclsco December is, lcavlug tho
latter port December B.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" m TOWN,
CHINA CLAIMS MACAO
HONGKONG, China, Nov. 18.
the Chinese flag over the city and port of Atncao nnd levied taxes In tho
Portuguese' concession. Ab Justification for their assertion of resumed
sovereignty tho Government claims that Portugal renounced her sover
eignty when the Portuguese ofllclals asserted that tho Tatsu .Maru hail
been seized In Chinese waters. It Is
and Portugal will result from the Chinese claims and their effort.) to en
MANCHU MOVE FOR POPULARITY
PEKING, China, Nov. 18. The
Chun as Emperor, with his father ns Itcgent dining Ms mlnoilty, Is le
gorded as a. move which will bring tho Manchu dynasty Into moro
popular favor among the Chinese.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 18.
which tried Lieut. Evans, son of Admiral Evuns, for neglect of duty, lias
been made public. Evans haB been found guilty, and will be leprl-
manned ana reduced 1G0 numbers.
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 18.
dence on behalf of the Standard Oil Company In tho appealed rebating
cabe, in which Judge Landls, of Chicago. Imposed a fine on tho comuany
ELIHU ROOT, THE FAVORITE
NEW YOIIK, N. Y., Nov. 18. Ellliu Hoot, the present Secrelnry of
State, Is looked upon ns the leading
n United States Senator for this State
PANAMA CANAL BONDS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 18.
you will receive bids on an Issue of
Canal bonds until December C.
$25,000. A YEAR
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 18.
Gould alimony to the nmount of $2D,000. u jear pending a decision In
tho suit for divorce.
PEKING GETTING QUIET
TEKINa. China, Nov. 18. The
the Chinese banks are preparing to
REPORT FOR 1908
work done by tho United States Dls -
trlct Court for the years ending Juno
30th, 1908, ns compiled by Clerk Gus
Murphy. This report was mado up
for the use of Governor Krear, who In
turn presented It In his report to tho
Civil (U. S. Cases) 4
Habeas Corpus ..., 4
Adultery ,.... 1 1
Altering Money Or.:er. 1
Alcrlng Certificate of
Assault on high seas .1
Chinese Exclusion Act 1
Cubing und Injuring
mall pouch &
Depositing In P. O. non
mailable matter .... 1
Embezzlement P. O.
Money Order Funds. 1
tered Packet .
. 3 3
Forging signature to re
Having In possession
counterfeit coin ....
Having In possession
4 1 E
counterfeit d e
2 2 5
Illicit Distilling 9
Larceny , . .,., , 4
Making and having In
Making and having In
Making false statement
In allotment noto ..1
Plundering vessel In
Receiving stolen prop
Smuggling cigars 2
Suborlnatlon of Porjury
Trespassing on quaran
tine reservation .... 1
13 2 8
of women Into U. 8.. 1 1
Unlawful cohlbltntlon . 1 1 "
Unlawfully carrying on
business, of wholesale
and retail liquor
dealer 3 1 i u
The first column stands for convlc
I ons. tho second for acquittals tho
uiird for nolle prosequls, tho fourth
for cases pending, and tho fifth gives
u'Uiiiuu, . i 'JfciiiliWliltoli'l.JT'frM'ltl,
The Chlneso Government has raised
likely that trouble between CM in
proclulmlne of the son of Prince
The finding of the court martial
John D. Rockefeller today iravo evi
candlduto In the contest to eliooio
to succeed Senator TIiim. C. Piatt.
Secretary of the Trensuty Cortel-
thirty million dollars: In Panama
F0 RMRS. GOULD
The couit has nllowed .Mrs. Howard
situation here is miletlnc down nnd
PEARL HARBOR FETE
(Continued from Paze 1)
will tnko some action with regard to
, a tariff protection for Hawull.iu coffee.
ITho trustees placed themselves on
record as facorlng tho postal savings
,bank as recommended by the Post
master General. In particular did
they nppiove of such bank for the Is
lands, giving It as I heir opinion, In a
carefully-prepared report, that u syn
tern of postal banks would promote
thrift nnd be to the general advanlago
und welfare of the inhabitants.
Tho suggestion that 11 delegate from
Honolulu Harbor be sent to uttend tho
national convention of the Amercan
Association of Masters, Mates and Pil
ots, In Washington during next Junu
ary, met with general approval.
Copt. 1'lltx and Will Young wero
present on behalf of the Harbor to ex
plain tho position of that organization.
The trustees nsked it few questions us
to tho duties of a delegate to tho con
ventlon, the probable expenses, and
the sentiments or I'rlnco Kuhlo In the
matter, and then voted to fuvor tho
sending of a icpresentatlve.
Tho question of raising money for
tho expenses of tho representative
will bo cnnsldeied at once and the man
to sun! will pe selected.
Tho resignation of W. I'folenhauer
as a tiustfo of tho Chamber of Com
merce was received and nrceptod. J.
P. Hackfeld was nominated to suc
ceed him und unanimously elected.
Tho necesslt) for tariff protection
en certain of the product!) nf Mm in.
lands was considered nt length by tho
u iiBiecs. Attention was called to tho
fnct that, though migar is well looked
after, and tho pineapple giowcis linvo
taken steps to snfeguaid their Inter
ests, thero aro many Industries to
which llttlo or no attention Is being
Tho mooting was cnled to order
Tho meetng was called lo order
Ident J. V. Cooko In tho chair. A num
ber of communications wero nad
Trustee Pfotenhauer's resignation vvaB'
ucted upon and his successor elected
nnd then tho meeting adjourned
'y.edp tgly nftcr tho udjournuiont
of the meeting tho trustees weio
called together In special meeting.
COULD SAY THAT MUCH
"How Is my boy getting along In
college?" nsked old Mr. lUchley. "I
hopo you find Mm quick?" "Oh er
-es, Mr. Rlchloy," icpllcd tho col
lege professor, "ho ceitalnly Is fnBt."
ML ' 'IS II WtlfgnyF,.
care for your eye. SOMEONE must
do it. if you value them.
- "-, ....J't1i.'.'.vJ ,.ifcri
j IN FOREIGN PORTS t
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1908.
SAN IKANCISCO Sillied Nov 17'
H, K Hongkong Maui, for Hono
lulu, 2 p. in.
S. H. Hllonl.ui, for Honolulu, 3 p.m.
VHMOHIA Aarrlved Nov. Id:
S !), Montis, hence Nov. II.
Tuesday, November 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nuv. 17:
8, S. Hongkong Mnru, 2 p. m., for
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 17:
gI. N. H. S. Hllonlati. for Honolulu
Monday, No. 16, 1908,
SAN FRANCISCO Sillied Nov. II:
S. 8. Enterprise, for llllo.
EUREKA Arrived Nov. IB :
Ilk. Holyvvood, heme Oct. 22.
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1908.
SAN FRANCISCO -Arrived, No. 13:
r. p. m S. S. Asia, heme Nuv. 7.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 14:
S. S. Teno Mnru, for Honolulu.
Friday, November 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 13:
S S Santu Rita, for Kahuliil ami Kl
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov 13:
S. S. Slbeil.i, henco Nov. 2.
PORT TOWNSENU- Airlved Nov. 13:
Schr. Robert Searies, f 10m Kahuliil
I III.O Sailed Nov. 11:
S S. Mexican, for Han Francisco.
Hll.O Sailed Nov. 10:
Schr. W. II. MarHton, for San Fran
clico. Thursday, November 12.
GRAYS HARIIOH Sailed Nov. II:
Schr. O. A. Phajer. for Honolulu. '
Schr. Ilelene, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, November 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 10:,
Schr. Illiam lllngham, for Honolulu.
HOllART Sailed Nov. 10:
Fr. sp. Thiers, for Honolulu
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov, 18. 1908,
Fiom 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Anna Kiihuuh'llo by mtgen to Ger
man Sav & I, Soctv et nl tr of. .1)
Julia Knholo to James II Castle.. I)
Entered for Record Nov. 19, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
A G Cm Us and vvf tu F J Wil
Knpeho Mukaula to W K Keolio. . . I)
Kapehe Mnkimla tu lullana 1 Ak.i-
Peter N Kiihokiioliinn and vvf to
Young .Mens S.iv Society Ltd... At
Geoige Macy to James II Macy...l)
Sailor takes refuge on Icelierir
when boat Is smashed nnd shlpimite
find hlu body.
NEW - TO-DAY
There will be a meeting of the K:i
uhumuuu Impiovcment Club ut thu
lesldemo of .Mr. T. J. King 011 Frl
day evening, Nov. 2Uth, 11)08, ut 7:30
Ily older of the president:
JAS. I,. M'l.EAN,
SEALED TENDERS will be receiv
ed by the Superintendent of Public
WoiKs until 12 m. of Monday. De
1 ember 14th, 190S, for the (oust mo
tion of u Combined Sihuolhoustt mid
TeachuiH' Cottage ut Al.ie, Soutli
Plans nnd specifications and pro
posal blanks aie on Die In tliu ollleo
of tho .Superintendent of Public
Works und mav nlso be had fiom Mr.
William Vnnuutta, llllo, llav.-aii, and
fiom M. P. Stott, II0I11.1I0.1, Kunn,
Tho Supeilntenilent nf Public
WnikH reserves the light tu 1 eject
ony or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Woiks.
Honolulu, Nov. 19. 1908.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF NUU
ANU AND UPPER MAKIKI
Until further notice thu use of
water for IRRIGATION PURPOSES
upon tho High Piessuie Bjstcmi,
moiu paiiicuiaily described as Unit
poitlon of the sistcm Ivlnc on lmt'i
bides of Nuuauu Avenuo and maukii
of school and Lusltana BtieeU.
Thurston Avenue, I.un.illln Stieet,
Hastings Stieet, Manoa Road and In
cluding Mano.i und College lln
Tracts is heieby stiktly piolilbltcd.
This legulatlon will he ilgldly en
forced, as the Water Winks Inspect
oib have been liistnictiMt to utini rr
nil services where they Und Irilgn-
llon. 1 no seivltes so shut off will
not bo turned on again until nil mui
and evponses connected theievvlth
snail nave Hist been paid.
J. M. LITTLE,
Supeilntcndeut Honolulu Water
Superintendent of Public Woiks.
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New 1110011 Nov. 33, 11:30 n. in.
uaAumiii staudaiti time is lu hours
20 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of th") meridian of 151
legries 30 minutes Tl o tlmo whlstla
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
us Greenwkh, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun
nnd inoon nro for local time for iho
'i ARRIVED I
Thin stlny, November 19.
Stmr. Claudliie, lleliliett, from llllo
mid .Maul, n.li'J 11 in,
Sinn. Klnau, Gregory, fm Ku11.1l. 5
Stmr. .Mauna l.oa, Slineraiin, from
K011.1, a, 111.
Per stmr. Clan line. Dennett, from
I'llo and way pints, fitO'J a. 111 Robt.
I.lllls, W. A. Anderson. C. J. Austin,
C. 0 Jacobs. Ap.ma, All Ping, Mrs. .1.
A. Combs, Thus II. Kennedy. F. P.
Riisecraiis, Dr. V. A. St. Sure, A. Mar
tlnsLii, Dr. II. II. Dlnegnr nnd wife, Q.
Q llradford, It. P. Qiliirles, 11. A.
Wadswoith, D. (' Lindsay. W. G.
Scott, .lr. Kagttwi', Ting llu. Young
Tung, wife nnd threo children. D, 11.
lvnhuiilcllo. Mrn. I). Kuiiait. Mr. Dav
ison and two Children. W. A. Klnnev.
C. 1). I.utklii nnd wife, II. Howell. II.
(.01111.111, Kin Soy, 1). Ksplnda, K. Kl
iniira, J. Yamauakn, S. Sawainura, K.
Inoslilta and 01 deck.
Per stmr. Clan line, llenuctt, for llllo
und way pints, Nov 20, S p. in. J. W.
Ruth, wife and son, J Llttlo und wife.
J. S. Ormo. St. Clair Hldgood. W. A.
Anderson, A. D. Larnnch, C. D. I.nno,
Kim und wife, P. S. Dawson, J. Daw
con. K. C. (HIIIh and wife, K. M. Wat
Miu, Dr. J. It. Ruymond, Mrs. Roeu
doth, Mr. Ilnii-, C. J. Schillings. Father
Alojlons, Futher Morris, Father John,
Father James, Father Edwards, W. O.
Hall. Bishop Hostarlek. P. V. Pukao.
Per btmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kami,
Nov. Ifl, r, p. 111. Pah On, (1. R. Kwart.
Jr., T. II. Robinson, Mrs Mary Halm
beig ami chlltl. Coinuruider Moses,
Oapl. Himiphie.vs, W Fli-lior, C. W.
Splta, 'Seerctaiy Mott-Smlth, Mnrstou
Campbell. J. F. Haikfeld. T. Wolff, P.
i:. Harvey. J. W. Pratt. J. Fassoth, A.
Ilanebtrg. K. K. Mnhliim and vvlfo, II.
II. llrnwu, Mtb. W. T. Riwllns, II.
WATERFRONT NOTE8 f
TUP AllVtrtAnV ..fltnmni. 1,-tnii
enco Ward of the Commercial Pacific
Cab!u Company will leave for Midway
Island in December, taking the usual
supplies for the ieoplo there. It. J.
Ilaiwootl, one of the chief operator.'!
heie. will go there, remaining on tho
li.huid for a year. Mr. Colly, who has
been Bupeilutendctit at Midway for
man) ears, may leturn next spring
on a vacation.
Till: CI.AUDINi: arrived this morn
ing wllli n giMiil-ylzeil lot of passenger)
trom .Mnul. Her Height consisted of
40 Cliril'l WOOll. lOfl Hill,) linrrnla f".
cases honey. 1 1 eases corn, GO hogs, S2
pacKiiges nines. 7u packages empty
bottles, 128 sundry packages.
Till: CI.AUDINi:, which ai rived to-
tl.-iv fimii till. 1 .10.1 M....I ..til ....
...,-, ..tin kiuiii, ,,,ij icavu lor
her usual potts of call tomorrow afler
noon, sailing nt S o'clock.
Till: MAUNA LOA ulll o, i .
moriow morning from tbo Konaa with
in.iiiKigiving l)a.v pio.lucts.
Till: KINAII s.ilU ihiu fi,,...... ...
S o'clock for Kauai.
j HONOLULU WEATHER f
Ihuisday, Nov. 19.
Teinpeiatuies (i a. m., 72; 8 a. ill.
0: 10 n. 111.. 7K- iiniui Tl!. ..... 1 ''
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........ ,.,.,i, n-muiu imniidlty, 8 a. in.,
2 per cent; dow point, s a. in., 02
l.id-0 n. ,., velocity 0, direction
1... a 11 tn v.,lnl,.. n .11....1
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'" " tn.. ve Helt v in ,ii,.,,i.... x.
noon velocity 10, dl.ectlon N. K "
Ralnfa 1 11111)11? "j t .
0. in . JMJ Inch. "l"U"a 8
'"I'll wind movement durlnt -x
ll"iH ended nt noun, 21, ,u".
Bulletin Tlr.,'n. no .
Sea Wrens. 1 nn
'HE CHARLES D.VaikERS BOAT
Kuig St. opposite South St.
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