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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It., FRIDAY, NOV. 20. 1008.
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Learn Chapter no. i: iieflinar.
Hawaiian Tirol Degree. I
Honolulu Chapter rtcuular, I
All vMtlnc membera of tlio
Order nre cordially Invited to
utlend miiotltira of local lodges
$ HARMONY LODUE, No, 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
I Meets every Monday evening nt
7:80 lu I. 0. O. K. trail, Tort Street.
p II It. HENDRY. Secretary.
j uen. v. vickers, n. a.
t All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE. No. 1, K. of P.
, Meets ovry first and t.ilril Frl-
' day evening nt 7. SO In K. of I. Hall,
$ corner Fcrt nml llerctanl.i. Visiting
"" brothers cnriltnlly Invited lo attend.
: . . ur.t:uiNn, c c,
JAS. V.'. WHITE, K.ll.S.
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, n. P. O.
E will meet In their hill on King
Dcnr Tort Sticet every l'rlday even
Inc. lis onlf. of the E. It.:
IIISNIIV C. EASTON,
WM. II Mcl.NKHNY, E. 11.
Ww. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and Ith Saturday
evening at 7 30 o illicit in K. ot 1'.
Hull, cor. Fort and llnrelnnl.i. VNll
Ini; brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. w i. frazee, c.c,
12. A JACOHSON, K.H.S
HONOLULU AERIE MO, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K.'of r. Hall, comer
Oeretnnla and l'ort streets.
Vliltlug Eagles are Invited to at
tend. V. I.. FRAZEE, W rrest.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
A. I". ARLE'OII, Sachem.
A. E Mt'RPHY, C. of It.
esan " '-
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Elccie.
To make rcom for a consignment
of noods now cu the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
The-e will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT" AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
- A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by th
with their new FRENCH
57 Brretania St Phone 1491.
The Best Whiskey on the Marlwt
THOS. F. McTIOirc & CO.. AGENTS.
101.105 .:ing ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0 BOX 753
.in a brand new scven-seater.
191 or M58 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
An Itilulitlon (or
Cmiltni Is Boon t Aelhimtlo.
ti. i. ,..., U..M a.H fWetlt.lj) brc.th.ln
r,tnf.Ij lot dlHUH .! Hit lr.lbln ori.m .
In tain tli r.jil7 Into the Muuckl
,.r,.l, .nilKPtl.. Ii '!?,." Jft! l.J'.VV!
routunt trtnot. ll U
liillSK wko vrr orimm " .v,-i-- ---
IUi tin ail ctiiumo.
Tho of Coim
will and lmraillM ril
from Cougtn or ! flamed
CwnxltUen vf 'ilia Ihrm-t.
3nd jMmt. Qt -
tort ill va IiookM.
kO Hulum Htrtk
Always Fresh at
-1 Fort and King St.
'ujpCC wpii1 !
We have just opened a new
shipment of these fine Diaries
for Office and Pocket use.
Let us show them to you.
Hawaiian News Co.,
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
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
wilt just suit.it,
Our special show room
downstairs gives the effect of
wall, border, and ceiling to
gether. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one ot their
numbers: 290. 200, 1097.
At All Watchdcalers.
Jos, &ch warts,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and "KING Sts Honolulu
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomache? The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
aW .Xu have not tried your hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want,Ad.;tlo the", trying. ,
Ten" good auto hacks. Phone C.
N6 fancy prices at the New England
Bakery, Hotel 8t.
Attorney V. W. Thayer returned
this morning I tithe Mnuna I.oa.
Tnko your carrlago or antomobllo
to Hawaiian Carrlago Maufg. Co., for
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are' served In the best manner
at IIia Fashion. Just give us a try.
There will bo n meeting of the Civic
Section of the Men's League In the
Church parlors, Friday November 20
nt 7:30 p. hi.
Hi'proscntativc elect J. C. Cohen
held a long consultation with Senator
Achl yesterday afternoon over Legis
Ktiall. n Hawaiian, was this morning
lined $100 nnd.costH for selling liquor
without a license. The arrest was
mndo by Inspector Fennel,
Mnjor-ccct J. J. Fern, when seen
vesterdny, refused to discuss the' np
polntmcnl of his private secretary. A
number of candidates for thu position
arc sizing up the situation.
Mrs. C. Peterson returned In the
Mttimu Loa thlt morning from Kan,
whoro she has bc6n spending several
months with Senntor and Mrs. Hewitt.
She Is much Improved In health.
The disbarment proceedings against
Lawyer Achl aro being carried on ny
tho Attorney Oeneral's Department, In
so Tar us nn Investigation ot the
charges against him me concerned.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd., have a big
stock of fresh cranberries, assorted
nuts, table raisins, mluco meat, and
fruit oake for Thanksgiving. Order
early and get jour pick. Phone 70.
Be is & Quinn are npw located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 50o and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Llvla Malakaua and Malta Plpltanl
were this morning bound over to ap
rear before the (Irand Jury on a
charge or violating the Edmunds Act
bv U. S, Commissioner 8. I). Klnga
bury This was Judge Kingsbury's
first case as Commissioner.
The cleLtlo nreturna from the Tenth
Precinct of tho Third District on
Maul and the Tenth Precinct of tho
Second District on Hawaii have not
yet been received at the Executive
building, and the respective Sherlfii.
of those districts have been notlflejl
to go out and look them up.
Expert Isbell of the Wireless Tele
graph Company has not jet nlado his
trip to tho Island of Hawaii to locate
a new wlrclpss station at or near
Hllo. Tho break-down at KaniiKu sta
tion made It necessary for him to re
main hero nml superintend tho re
pairs. The first of tho week he will
probably leave for Hawaii, however.
The doors of the Hawaiian Opera
House will be thrown open at 7:30
tomorrow night and there you will
hear musle rendered by Ilawallans to
jour utmost satisfaction anil the ap
proval of any musical critic, ureal
preparations have been made and the
PartlclpunlH ore particularly anxious
to demonstrate their ability In their
special numbers. Tet quartet work
of Kalllmal'8, St. Louis Alumni, and
Knal Olee Club, will be Indeed ex
cellent. The glee clubs from the
different parts of the Islands have
a feeling of keen rivalry, and an ad
dition to the program will be the
appearance of the famous Hoyal Ku-
vvaihau Olee Club under the direction
of Sam Nulnoa, Its present members
are-men of ability In their line. Sam
Nalnoa jnust bo commended for con
senting to help In this good work n3
many outers nave, i ns peine u uen
ellt far the Kalihl-Moanaluav church,
a good house and u thoroughly pleas
ed audience is predicted. Scats can
be teserved at llergstrom .Music Co.
BIDS OPENED FOR '
WASHINGTON, D. C Nov. 9.
Four shipbuilding companies compet
ed for the contract for the construc
tion of the battleship Utah, bids ,for
which were opened (it .the Navy De
partment today. TJiq lowest bldijer
was tho New York Shlpbu'lldlng Com
pany of Camden, N. J at $3,940,000
for a 20 -knot ship. A bid' for, the
construction, of a ,21-kpot vessel was
submitted by the Fore lllver Com
pany of QuIncy.Mass.. ut" $4,440,000,
iho lowest bid for this class. T(ho
Utah U to be a sister ship of .the
Florida, now being constructed at
the Droqklyn Navj; Yard, and Is to
be ot about 21,825 tons displace
ment. Illils also were opened for supply
ing machinery (or the Florida and
for armor for bbth veskels. For tho
machinery tor t,he Flprlda, the Now
port News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
Company was the lowest bidder nt
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE K9&
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
UI4u&kw. iaum1k4ttU.,.mjmAl itHkSHtat.n
COST OF TAFT CAMPAIGN
NEW YOtlK. N. Y.. NoV. 19. The contributions to the Hcuulillrnii
National Committee for the conduct
'" MOROS PREPARE
MANILA, P. J., Nor. IS. HoatHe Moios have gathered al Malabauc
Five companies of field artillery have been sent to disperse them.
m um m
, JAPANESE LOAN OVERSUBSCRIBED .
LONDON, England, Nov. 19. The Japanese loan of $10,000,000.
for the development of Korea has been oversubscribed six times.
i mm i i .
SHINERS BREAK GOVERNOR'S LEG
LINCOLN,-, Neb., Nov. 19.- Governor-elect Shnltcnberger had
leg broken tonight al a Shrined Initiation'. v
i mi i m
OPIUM PLOT DISCOVERED
MANILA, P. I.. Nov. 19 A plot to smuggle opium Intel Chlnn has
bpen discovered and Is being Investigated.
HUFFALO, N. Y, Nov. 19. Tho Btockyards have been quarantin
ed because of Infected cattle there.
PAU WITH ROCKEFELLER TODAY
NEW YOIIK, N. Y Nov. 19.
Rockefeller will conclude tomorrow.
m i i
PEKIN, Chlnn, Nov
19. The new
to a policy of progrets.
VICTORIA, N. S.
been sold for $375
. Nov. 19.
MAYOR TOM JOHNSON BANKRUPT
(Continued from. Pare 1)
and In the clarlaiesiTthey could not
be Identified. Itledel says that one
of them who khaki and thu other
Smithies arrived soon after the oc
currence. He took the Japanese to
his home and dressed his head, whuo
ho had been struck. From the nature
of the wound, or rather contusion, It
would seem that the robbeis hud em
ployed a sandbag In knocking down
The other affair occurred on LIIII14
street, near Kuakint road, last Wed
nesday evening at nbout 9 o'clock. A
Japanese, employed by Mr. Stokes ut
his residence at Puunul, vvus return
ing home from town,, vvhe.n he was
knocked down by a blow op the
head, struck by tome person who had
approached from behind. Ills pock
ets were rilled, but n small sum of
money was the only booty obtained.
The Japanese thinks .that there wiu
only one man ntho affair, biit thu
ponce uenovo mat. lyvo wore con
cerned, lloth rases are now being
handled by Chle,f of Detectives In
laklela. Another Instance of street rob'K-'rj'.
though of a somewhat different na
ture, was reported to ,the police last
Wednesday evening, when 11 Ha
waiian who wus sleeping off a Jag
at the rorner "of Queen and Wurd
streets, had $25 stolen from his
pockets. Officer Ksplnda went to tho
scene and arrested one Abu Ktihula-
uul, This njan appeared In tho Po
lice Court this morning on a cluuge
ft larceny In the necopd degree nml
was sent to Jail for nine months.
The problem ot the day Is whether
It Ib cheaper to have the Ice man
carry In your Ice and drink your bee,-
and Biiiake your cigars' or have thu
Ice left in tho suu until you get humo
to carry It in yourself. Detroit Fieo
"For Rent" cards on sale at
of the Tuft campaign nmounted In
The crose-examlnatton of John D.
administration has pledged Itself
Tho wreck.of the steamer Aeon has
iTom JoIiiimih Ikih been declared a
tern you like
in a Cluett Shirt
and you have
found the shirt
you will like.
1.50 and more.
CLUKTT. PKADOnY fc TO . Tror, N. Y!
al&kcraof AfTvw UlWa -
TAFT BOARD DEFENSE
(Continued from Paee 11
than would ho requited under mine
Willi thu appropriation of tho
$474,719 recommended by the Chief
of Knglnecis. tliero will be hut a
very small balance remaining of tho
sum originally iccommcndcd by the
Tuft llouid. In most of the branches
of the work Iho uppropilntlon will
Tim fortlfjlng of Honolulu mid
Pe.tll lluihor lu lu linn with thu pol
icy Inaugurated in ISSti when 11
Joint bonid, ((imposed ot officers (it
the Army and -Navy, mid of civilians,
with Secictary of War Endlcntt ut
its head, was appointed to icpoit
and icumiineml u plan for thu fortifi
cation of thu coast of the United
It was from the estimates made
by thu Eudlcott lfoard that nil .ip-
prppilatlons were made, until, In
1:1011, President Roosevelt appointed
a new board w I f 1 1 Secretary Tatt nt
the head. This new board was not
only saddled with the task ot piovld
ing for the protection of thu main
land n:id AhiHka, but ulso for the
Tho Tuft lioiul reportod In favor
of the uxpimdltuio of $3,254,000 at
Honolulu and Pearl Haibor, tho only
foitlllcatlou recommended for the
Thu leconimcndatlon for the rip-
propihitlou of $500,00(1 for work on
Honolulu Hurhor Is to provide money
The right kind of Eye A" the
Kina mat means best and easiest vis
lib!. .nw. ww.,.JaULA.e.... .,! m .M)l
.W- .m ?ssMaajssaassassiiweMMUl
IN FOREIGN PORTS 4
Thursday, November 10.
SAN I'ltANCISCO-Anlved Nov III.
A.-ll H, S. MoxIcjii, II 11 m., "'"
IIllo. Nov. 11.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1908.
SAN FRANCISCO Hailed Nov. 1 . :
S. S. Hongkong Mnru, fur Hono
lulu, '1 p. m.
H. S. Illloulan, for Honolulu. 3 p.m.
VIOT01UA Aarilved Nov. IS:
S. S. Moutm, hence Nov. 11.
Tuesday, November 17.
HAN FIIANCISCO- Sailed Nov. 17:
H. H. Hougkoug Mnru, 2 p. til, fur
HAN FltANCISCO Sailed Nov. 17:
g.M. N. H. S. Illliinlnn. for Honolulu.
Monday, No. 10, 1908.
SAN FUANCIHCO Sailed Nov. II:
S. S. Enterprise, for IIllo.
EUIIEKA Arrlvod Nov. 15 :
Ilk. Holy wood, hence Oct. 22.
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1908.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived, No. 13:
5 p m.. S. S. Asia, liencu Nov. 7.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 14:
S. S. Tcujn Mam, for Honolulu.
Friday, November 13.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Nov. 13:
S H Santa Illta, for Kaliulul and Kl
liel. YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov 13:
S. H. Siberia, hetico Nov. 2.
POUT TOWN8END Arrived Nov. 13:
Schr. Robert Senrius, from Kaliulul
HILO Sailed Nov. 11:
H. H. Mexican, for Han l'riiuelscu.
HILO-Hnlleil Nov. 10:
Schr. W. II. MaiHton, for Han Fran
cisco. Thursday, November 12.
QUAYS 11 AllllOU -Sailed Nov. II:
Bchr. C. A. Phayer. for Honolulu.
Schr. Helfiic, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, November 11.
SAN FIIANCISCO Hailed Nov. 10:
Schr. Hiram Illuglinm, for Honolulu
IIOIJAKT Balled Nov. 10:
1'r. up. Thiers, for Honolulu.
Tuctday, November 10.
S.illnn Cruz Sailed Nov. 7:
H. S. Columbian, for San Franclsrn.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrlvod Nov 10:
S. S. I.iirilnp, U n. m hence J'ov. 3.
Ilk. It, P. Hllht't. hence Oct. 20.
SAN FIIANCISCO-Salled Nov 10:
S. S. Mnuiichurla, 1 p. 111., for Hono
Monday, November 0.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. S:
S. H. Texan, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlvod Nov. S:
S. S. Enterprise, fiom IIllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 9:
8. S. Arabia, hetico Oct. 30.
QUAY'S HAHIIOR Anlved Nov.' 8:
Schr. Robert Leweis, hence Oct. 20.
PORTLAND Arrived Nov. 8:
FrV sp. Marcehal do Novlllcs, henco
Saturday, Nov. 7, 1908.
VICTORIA--Sailed Nov. 7: V
Anrnugl, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Nov. 7:
S. S. Alameda fur Honolulu, I p.m.
Friday, November 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov II.
S. S. Hongkong Mnru, 8 a. m , hence
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. C:
Ilk. Aunln Johnson, for Hllo.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, for Honolulu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 0.
S. S. America Mnru, hence Oct 2iS.
Thursday, Nov. 5, 1908.
YOKOHAMA-rtialled Nov. 5:
S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Nov. C:
IT. S. A. T. Sheridan, for lliiliolu-
11 1, 12 m.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Nov. 4:
111-. S. S. Vermont, for Honolulu.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Re:ord Nov. 19, 1903,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W O Aiken and wlfo to Hank of Ha
waii Ltd M
Schiimnu Cairiago Co Ltd to Jiiipch
II FIllllCH 1)
l.aupalioeliue Hug, Co. to T K Lala
,1 Alfied Miigiimi In .Ins V Wooils,,Ui.l
Robert Hair Ti- to Sii'iauuu C Ad'jiui.D
Pacific Sugar Mill to llaimikua.
Ditch Co Lid , t.
Pacific Sugar Mill to llamakua
Ditch Co Ltd 1,
Entered for Record Nov. 20, 1900,
First Rank ot Hllo Lid (o Nuno For-
nnndes and wf Itel
Sam 1) Kaaiiamo and wf to Cl.ucixo
a. Whlto D
T J Quluu to von Iliiiiiiu-Yoiiii'j Cu
Nellie M Haley nml hsh to Y Hi-
sldu et ul .n-r.it
F E Haley to M It Illrochl et nl Aitrnit
South Koua Agictl Co Ltd to Tenl-
toiy ot Hawaii I.
A Lewis Jr and wf to John R ll'irv
berger Tr I)
for (ontlnuiiig thu work nlrendy un
der way The $000,000 recommend
ed for Hllo Is to make It po-isllilu to
begin thu work lecomiuended fur
that poi t.
Thu liuibni vwuk Is all being done
by private (ontract nud, lu (onse
iiieuce, what can bo uuoiupllslicd i.i
onttiely dependent upon thu Imme
diate uppropi bilious. If thu further
appiopilnlton Is made, thu United
Htijtes Engineer, Major Wluslow, will
bu called upon to submit 11 pioject
for Iho uxpeiidltuiu of thu money. If
thu pioject Is approved, ho will thou
submit specifications, utter which thu
contracts will be let.
CoiiHlilcinlile led tape has to bo
gone thinugh with before work can
actually begin and, In (onscqiieiice,
tlu) eoouur thu money Is uppropilnlcd
thu less danger tlieru will bu ot a de
lay In tho hurbor work.
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New moon Nov. 23, 11:30 a. 111.
ll.iwuiltui standard time is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than urcenwicu
time, belug that of tui mcrunau 01 io
iiurrens 3(1 m UUtUB Tl o tlUJO WIllsllo
lilows at 1:30 n. ra . which In tho same
as Qrecnnlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Suu
and moon aro lor local nmu ,or ms
f DEPARTED I
Thursilny, November 19.
Am. 8. S. UnnccrntiB, timing huge
Mouiuiey, for Monterey.
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Per Hlnir, Mnuna I.o.i, SlinerBon,
f I oni Kiiiiii. C!l3 a. in., Nov. 20. Mrx.
C. Pederson and Rcrvunt. Master C.
Pederson, Jr.. T. C. Wills. Iljd"
Smith, C Hollo, Miss Schliou, M. K.
Alakekau, Mis, M. K. Miikekau, M. K.
Makekau. Jr.. C It Yong. E. I). Raid.
will. A C Aubiey, MlH. A. C. Ailbrer.
A. Ilrlgbt, (J. L. Heal, W W. Thayer,
II. .1. Omnium, l)r W. It. Ilrliickernoir,
F. U Olhron, (leo. Iloris, Miss Norlrt,
V. W. Pease. R. Tannka. J. Wilson, P.
(1. ilnltel. C. (). Hottol, S. S. Parao'i,
Mist E. Clbsoii.
Per slnir. Kluail, (Iregory. for Knuaf,
Nov 19. 5 p. in - Pah On, (1 II. Ewart,
Jr.. T. It. Rnblniion, Mrs. Mary Halm
l.eig and child, Coimnaiider Moses,
C.lpt. Iluuiphtejs, W. Fisher. C. W.
Spltr, Secretary Molt Smith, Mnrston
Campbell, J. V. Hackfuld, T. Wolff, I.
E. Harvey. J. W. Pratt. J. FasRoth, A.
Ilaneberg, E. E. M allium and wife, II.
II. Ilrown, Mrs. W. T. Itnwltuii, It.
Per htnir. Clnudlne, llenuctt. for Hllo
nml way porta, Nov 20, 5 p. in, J. W.
lloth, wire mid sou, J. Utile and wife.
.1. H. Orme. St. ('lair llldgood, W. A.
Anderson, A. I). Larnach, O. I). Lano.
Klin anil wife, P. S. Dawson, J. Daw
win, K. C. (Hills nud wife, 13. M. Wat
urn. Dr. .1. II. Ilajmonil, Mr. Roen
doth, Mr. Ilaiu, C. J. Schillings, Father
AiojliuiH. rather MorilH, Father Johii,
i .liner James. 1'atber Kdwuids, W. 11.
Hall. Illshop Iteslarlck, P. P Pnkao.
I WATERFRONT NOTES f
VI IE MAUNA I.OA r.iimi In ,..,rli
this niocnlng fiom Koua and way
ports. SI10 had 33 passengers In tho
cabin and 53 In the sleornge. Her car
go conslbted of 7000 bags sugar. 1C10
wigs conce, itii imkh taro. 11 bamt
nvvn, 5 b.igH beans. II bam ulncm- r.n
hags (liniciul, CO bunclies bananas, XI
bundles hides. 3 bundles sheep skin. 1
keg butter. 23 bairels oranges, 24
cases oi.iuges, 15 barrels dried fish,
14 cases dried fish, 14 cases preserve.!.
Purser I'iIoJ teports Hint tliero uro
0100 bags of tus.ir uvvalthigg shlimient
nt Ilouii.tpo and Punaliiii.
THE HI3I.ENI3 was at Paaiihau
vlien thu Milium Loa crossed tho chan
nel, Shu was (lit charging freight ror
thu plantation store.
THE CLAUDINE will sill at 5
V'clock this nft(.r-..)ou Tor Hllo. Shu
will' take mall nud pnssungeis to Maul
THE I.IKELIKE U discharging n
boiler and other caign nl Kallua. Sin
will 1 till n with a load or sheep and
THE NOEA1I Is at Ilnnnkia, unload
T HONOLULU WEATHER
. Pi May, Nov. 20.
Tcmiiernturos fi a in., 72; 8 a. in.,
77; 10 a. 111, 80; noon, 80; moiulug
ll.11 oiueter, 8 a. m 30.09; nbsoluto
humlillty, K n, ni 0.771 grains per
cubic foot; lelutlvu humidity, 8 a. in..
118 per cent; duw point, 8 n. 111., C.
Wind 0 n. 111, velocity 2, direction
E.; 8 11. in, vcliiilty X, direction N. ' :
10 11. 111., velocity 1,4, dliecllou S. 13.;
noon, velocity 13, direction S.
Rainfall during 21 bonis ended 8 a.
in.. .00 inch.
Totnl wind movement during 21
limns ended ut noon, 157 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
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