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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, II.. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 25, UOS
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Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Lei Aloha Ch.ipt No. 3
1 I lUWSLJ.VV
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All vlfitli.5 members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In 1. O. O. 1'. Hall, Tort Street.
H. It. HKNDIIY. Secretury.
HEN. P. VICKEU3, N. 0.
All vUltlng brothers ety cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every tlrst nnJ third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In 1C. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and lieretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
. 0. IlKEHINO, CO.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.K.9.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu l.odeo No. C1C, H. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. D order of the E. It.:
HENKY C. HASTON,
WM H McINEItNY. E. It.
Wm. W'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor Fort and Herdanln. Visit
ing brothers cordial!) Invited to at
tend. V I.. FllAZEE. C.C.,
E. A. JAC011SON, K.ll.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mcpts on Hie 2nd and 4th' WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
tend. W. L. ritAZEE. W Prest.
II. T. MOOIli:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every (list and third Thurs
day of each month nt Knights of
Pythlns Hull Visiting brother cor
dially invited to attend.
A E AUI.EICH. Sachem.
A. E. Mt'ItPHY, C. of It.
wm '' n s is
J. 1. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleele.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These 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 o Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Depaitment.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
2S7 Brretania St.
The Best Whiskey on the jMar!t.
THOS. F. McTIGIIF. &'C0.,' AOEN1S,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755,
in a brand new seven-seater. Call up
J01 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHNl
from us, besides
you save money, i
113 HOTEL ST. I
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
HEADS on GUMMED STICK
ERS, TAGS, and "NOT TO BE
OPENED TILL CHRISTMAS"
STICKERS give just the right
touch to XMAS PRESENTS.
HOLLY WRAPPING PA
PER and HOLLY GIFT BOX
ES are handsome and appro
priate. We have a large as
sortment. Hawaiian News Co.,
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
CHINESE and 'JAPANESE
Our new stock of these fine
mattings just in from the
Orient is one of the most com-'
plete and handsome we have
had this year.
We have just opened them
up, and are offering them at
exceptionally low figures. See
them before they ore gone,
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIG. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290. 200, 10fl7
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 TH ANTIDOTE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
VW You have not tried vour hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. do the trying.
Ten good unto hacks. Phone C.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
No fancy prices nt the New Eugltuic
Bukary, Hotel St.
The condition of J. 1). Dougherty Is
prcntly Improved today.
A notice In if the llrni of Sun See
Till R Co. iipponrs In this issue.
I W. Dergslroin, formerly of this
city ieturiiod today from the States.
Ladles' long French kid gloes In
white, black ami tan, $.1.00 n pair at
J M Pocpoc, editor of the Kuokoa
Home ltula, may retire on account of
John Knlaukoa, tlio cx-pollccman,
has hcen arrested on it charge of as
sault and batter.
Hawaiian Wireless Telegraph &
Telephone Co. is receiving orders now
for automatic phones at Waterhouse
Trust Co. Be one of the first to get
your name on the list.
Judge II. E. Cooper Is hack, from
Washington. He arrived this morning
In tho IlUmilan,
The new' shooting gallery of tho Na
tional Ouaid will be, open for Inspec
tion this evening.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Maufg, Co., for
I). I.. Wlthlngton, of tho law firm
of Castlo & Wlthlngton, tuturned this
morning fiom the States.
.lames L. Holt of tho Hawaiian Spec
ialty Company was among tho nrrlv
f.ls In the"llllonlan this morning.
A fresh stock of kodak Alms nnd
photographic papers Just In at Our-'
rey s Art Shop, Fort street, below
Perfect digestion and easy, restful
rleep are euJoed by those who habit
ually tiso Prlmo Deer as a table bev
erage. W. It. Parrlngton, editor of tho
Evening Bulletin, returned to
day from San Francisco In tho steam
I.ouls Snlgardo, a Porto Klcan with
n record, was this morning sent to Jail
for four months by Judge Audrado on
a chargn of vagrancy.
Shoppers should be sure to see tho
specials that arc to be offered Friday
and Saturday at Sachs'. They aro real
money-savers, every ono of them.
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
Ing Association can pay their dues to
tliu financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
John Marralllno Is compiling sta
tistics for tho past year. Tho major
ity of divorce cases were tried beforo
Judgo Lindsay, In whose Court Mar
calllno Is clerk. .
There will bu a meeting of a sub
committee of the Alaska-Yukon-Pa-effle
Exposition Commission In W. H.
Babbitt's office this afternoon to dis
cuss tho plans for the school. exhibit.
Clio Pong Suck, a Korean, and Ah
On, a Chinese, wcra given sentence of
ninety days' Imprisonment each this
morning In the Police Court on
charges of vagrancy.
Tho promoters of the Iwllel stock-
ado have asked a certain Hawaiian to
prepare u petition for tho reopening
of tho stockade. The petition. It s
said, will he presented to the new
J. II. Makauanl, one of the candi
dates who failed to fllfl his expenso
account on time, has filed his state
ment wjlh. tho County Clerk, showing
that ho spent $32.50 In Ills futile, at
tempt to become Deputy Sheriff of
Now is the time to subscribe for
the cussless, waitless, tmt-of-order-
less, girlless telephone the auty
atic. Orders taken at Hawaiian Tel
egraph & Telephone Co.) Waterhouse
Trust Co. office.
C Shlozawa, former editor of the
Hawaii Shtnpo, writes from Kuma
moto that he has settled down there,
It being his wlfo's birthplace. He ex
pects, however, to go to Toklo to en
gaga In some business, but Just what
ho does not say. Ho ss that tho
small pllo of money he loft here with
Is slowly dwindling and ho must get
buck to business life.
FREE FROM DEBT
Bonded Indebtedness Of
The Ookala Sugar Company Is now
clear of Its bonded indebtedness of
A releaso of trust deed was filed
Ith s morning by Cecil Brown, trustco
for tho bond-holders of tho Ookala
Sugar Company bondB, to tho Ookala
Sugar Company, releasing' un Issue of
bonds amounting to sso.ooo covering
all tho property of the company.
Tho Ookala Sugar Company's plant
tatlon Is located In Humakua, Hawaii.
There has been considerable warring
among those on tho Inside of this com
pany for somo time past, one faction
wanting to close up and sell out tho
plantation, nml the opposing faction
rpparontly wishing to go ahead with
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. .PHONE W.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
RELIEF DAMAGED, BUT SAFE
MANILA, P. I- Nov. 24. The hospital s1llp ftellef Ss nl Sors
Southern Luzon, badly damaged by n
PART OF OATUN
COLON, Isthmus ofPanomn( .Noy.
has sunk sixty feet.
Reports of .the discovery of u large natural reftcryolr under the (la
tun 'dam strutturu on the Panama Canal were circulated several days ugo
but authoritatively denied.
h anrj"' ROOI DENIES TREATY RtfilOR
lias' been urranged between tiie UnltcaSfate 'and Japan giiniaiitcelng f
China's independence. No treaty ofthTs'sort 1, contemplated.
c7' '. Mp'RNING P0BT PEOPEIEloi'iEAp ,' "
LONDON, England, Nov. 24, tJ.fr Algernon Borthwlck, projirlctor of
the Morning Post, Is dead. Ha was seventy-eight years old.
!BIG S.N0WFAL1J AT SALT rAKE1! ' , ,
SALT LAKE (JITY, Jtali.NoT. '24. An unprecedented snowfall
fourteen Inches occurred In thlstlty yesterday, ' '
si r m i
WANTS HONEST TARIFF REVISION r
V,ABINNOTQN, P-C. Nov. .24. Speaker Cannon has Issued n state
ment favoring an honest revision of the tariff. '
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ANCIENT SKELETONS F0lND
BAST ST. LOUIS, III., Nov. 24. Tho skeletons of sixteen mound
bulldtrs have been excavated here.
m i s !
THREE NEGROES LYNCHED
Tenn., Nov. 24.
fOoakinisd frem ?ace 1)
In Honoi)lu last ear and lost while
chasing grafters and all like cattle In
Chicago and Ban Francisco.
Miss Edith Lewis goes to tho is
lands on a secret mission.
Miss M. T. Klucgel Is returning
homo after several
"W. It. Karrlngton Is finishing the
last Ian of a Very pleasant round trip
--w. i. uiimnnin nas ine viuiiiuiub
contract for Port Shaftcr. Incidental-1
ly ho Is looking for Josh Tucker and
otner scomsn mterB.
''J. V. Hnughey will superintend tho
Fort Shatter plumbing contract.
"Miss M. T. Knight Is a Salvation
"E. F. Partrldgo is making a ihort
pleasuro trip to thu Islands. He may
go on to Australia.
"Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Roberts and
child are returning to their Island
"Miss M. J. Wilson will visit with
her brother, Contractor A. A. Wilson.
"Q. V. Coard Is travelling with J. W.
Berg8trotn, They will try to Interest
Honolulu money In Asblond applo
"Jas. L. Holt Is' returning from a
business trip In tho Interests of Ills
oil) co specialty company.
"H. E. Cooner Is lust from Wash
ington, where he argued tho famous
Lanat case before the Supreme court.
"O. R. Baxter Is an 'architect who
may locate In Honolulu. Ho goo a Into
the office of Architect Kerr.
"P. E. Howes l an automobile man
from tho East who Is to take a posl
tlon wllh the von Hamm-Young com
"D. L. Wlthlngton argued tho Dlcrcu
base before the Bupromo Court
".Mr. and Mfs. Randolph, Miss Ran
dolph and two sons aro. from Nevada.
The Randolphs havo two daughters In
Honolulu. They may all remain In the
' vj. It. Daggett Is-making his annilil
winter tilp to Honolulu. -The furnt
turo lor his Kalmukl homo Is on the
"Miss Porry Is from thO East Olid
will visit with her relatives, the John
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''John Drew Is returning from a
round trip, during- which lie bought
out the Emporium, wpn tho raco track.
and all the horses and took cold.'
Thanks to Old Doctor Cooper John is I
ngaln ready for business.
Mr. Trowbridge Is returning to.
"Mr. and Mrs. -John, Fleming aro re
turning from a two months honeymoon
tour of tho Northwest and California.'
On Sunday evonlne an elaborate
concert was given tin the social hallj
vvnere Mr. Trowbrldgu. tho Misses
uuriiiuu, air. wary, mrs. uoaens.
Messrs. Drew, Klltgunrd, Fleming and
Farrlngton played tho parts of In'strii
mental and vocal soloists wtliilhe pas
sengers Joining in the chorus.
On Saturday at noon tlio-'Occanlu
liner Alameda was met nud exchanged
salutes. About 6:30 Inst evening tho
Tenyo'-Maru was mot.
Monday afternoon the first wireless
edition of the "Bullet" was Issued
with lato news received from Castle
& Cooko through (lie Kahuku station,
Yeaterddy afternoon tho nassensois
made up a purse and secure. thres
uumireii words irom me Kaimitii sls
iuii 01 ine mipsi news, as tno Iiexo -
graphic printing department of tho
"Hiillet" was completely worn nut the
final news Issue appeared on thu mil.
The Hllonlan made good her itputa
tlon for perfect comfort In liU'n seas
aim u very nappy anil contented lnt Th rioM llnj tt. aij i
of passengers hid Captain Johnson ,Vr!l.?fW r"4.,5 AM, "T ie
aloha thlsimornlng. lni tnat means best and easiest vis-
Tho "Quips and JcbI" department of 'on
tho .Bullot .furnished tho following: I
Subscriptions nro nnvabln In ronl
cnln. Otherwise the printer will re
main unrewsrdedh I
Flat Justlcla hai been heard ihun
but not yet arrived. Seo next issue
Lessons In brldgo whist given ,it nil
hours by Expert Farrlngton.
Latost news by Grapevine WIrolcM.
All on board are safj.
DAM SINKS ,
A portion of the Clntun dnm
S'nv. 24.rrSecretary. Itoot denies that n treaty
Three negroes were lynched to-
Oceanic S. S. Alameda bound
San Francisco, passed at 12 m.
Weather promises well but there Is
no dependence to be placed In BOiith
Take Cooict'h medicine rhesf for
coughs colds, corns, warts mid bun
ions. Old Doctor Kent, the Timid Ccn
eervutlvo. Working hours day and
night till tho Job Is dono.
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I J. )UU ILXI U ,11,111 'U,U ,
Think of Jonah and tlio whale,
Antl the frightened face, of Joner,
when ho thought himself a 'goner',
"Wo aro dry!" tho Captain shouted,
So we daggered up tho stair.
Tho mules aro using their mangers
to make todthplcks Tor us.
Wo nil feel safu becauso our Cap
tain sticks to the "bridge."
Mr. David Worthlngton has kindly
placed his law library at our disposal.
Consult the legal authorities.
While passing the Clin Houeo n
black cat flew aboard. Mr. Daggett
always out of luck, EiispectB the cat.
IWhcn walking on tho deck, stop far
refreshments at tho kitchen ventll
Gleaming, rolling, vigorous sea;
Tribute unstinted I pay to thee-,
Oo-roop! Aye-youp! Oh oo-rookco!
.Thero's toast and crackers uinl warm
Jinl he raises sugar' In "nonconMi
nous" territory: that is he owns tho
land. Ills Whlto Relatives refuse to
do the work so ho gets Ilrowu llroth
a.... . .In I.
via I., uw ii. . .
It didn't pay very wel, but of courso
It had to bo raised and raised there,
so Jim got the foikH at home to tax
themselves to pay him to do what
other people wanted to do cheaper.
Tho Brown Brothers got gay so Jim
asked tho Folks at Homo to tax them
selves to pay for ships and sails to
keep the Brown Brothers from being
too gay. The Folks nt Home did so.
Then the Brown Brothers Offered to
chip the sugar they raised for Jim
cheaper than Jim's White Relatives
would carry. This of courso would
iIiavh snntliiil llin Htiirnr un Jim nnkHil
llu, I.-nlks nt Horn.. In tax IlicniKnlv.m
to pay his relatives for owulng b!iIk).
Perhaps they will. It lookn to some
0f t, rolks hi Homo us tho you can
raise sugar In lludcs or raise Hades In
Heavcp If only you have tho Prlco and
pay tho Bills. Meanwhile Jim Is nil
rBhL Sometimes he says, "Drown
(Brother, up!" sometimes, "Brown
I Ruef Is still Innocent. Appellate and
If you cannot borrow a Honolulu
Bulletin, buy one. Nothing but good
uryan deplores views with alarm
and cnlls for a recount.
''Kiss, and the Press is on you.
rreacn, and you preach alono.
Walter: Did you ,order bcof a la
mode, sir? ,'.ar,ouch (Impatiently):
Yes; what's tho matter; are you wait
lag far tho styles to change Phila
She! Am I really tho dearest thing
on earth tb you, Harold? Ho: If you
; doubt my word, darling. I havo tho
to prove It. Baltimore Amerl,
We offer you
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I U 'IN FOREIGN P0RT8, I .
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Wednesday. November 25.
3AN 1 ItANCISCO-Salled Nov 24.
S. 8, Arlziman, 3:30 p. in , ror iiono
SAN I'KANCISCO Arrlveil Nov 2
U. S. A. T. Crook) hence Nov. 17
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov 2.".:
S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
KAH1JI.UI Sailed Nov. 24.
. S. Toxan for llllo.
WIND DISTURBS THE
PEARL HARBOR WORK
Thu strong jW) lids, and the conse
quent heuvy sens that, hat a been toss
od up during tho past week, have In
terfered seriously with tho construc
tion work ut Pcnrl Harbor. Tripods
have been thrown down as fast as
they could be set up and serious de
lay has In consequence 1'cen the re
sult. Much of the tenltory whoro the
work Is being done nt 1'eail Harbor Is
wholly unjiiotecled, by laud, from the
action' of wind nnd wave unditornis,
therefore, lire mutters of seilous con
cern to the engineers, livery effort
has been made to lush tho work
along nnd matters have progressed
In an entirely satisfactory milliner un
til the past week.
XAHEHAHEHAS WILL FLAY
FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW
There will be kometblng doing In
the line of football touionow morn
ing at thu Knmehantehu Schools.
Two Intergradu teams, tliii third and
the fourth, will go up against euch
other for the championship of l'J08.
Both Ipuiiis ended their practice Tuen
day afternoon, for on Wednesday
they have drill.
Tho older bojs uro much Interest
ed In this guiiie nnd hnvu watt lied
the teams practice dally. The gamu
will stmt nt 7:45 o'clock sharp, so
h to get tti rough In time for church.
The line-up of the teams Is us fol
Orecn and Hed L. Luzuro ,rg,
K. Piuielua, lg.; W. Wllln. It.', K.
Aklona, it.; II. lllp.i, re.; A. Alvvl,
le.; S. Kdhele, oh.; S. Aklona. rhb.;
S. Husscy. fb.; II. Klnalou, Ihb.
Hed and Whlto A. Niipoolen, rg.;
C. Lewis, lg.; W. Knlnn, It.; S. Bush,
rt.; II. Knnlhuiin, re.: Harry (lodfroy,
le.; E. Noah, qb.; E. Hose, rhb,; W.
Bartels, fb.; A. Machado, Ihb.
UNE-UP OF JUDICIARY
NINE FOR TOMORROW
The following Is the line-up of tho
Judiciary baseball nine which will
cross bats with the team fiom 'ho
Executive building tomorrow: Catch
er, Kopa-Akanu; pitcher, IIiuns-Aka-pa;
first base, Fernandez-W. Kwallko
Ilruns; second base, llabbltt-Thomp-
son; third buse, Fcinaudcz-Chllllug-worth-Miiicullluo;
Kwal; right Held, Kopa-fl. Kwnllko;
center field, Merrlam (captain); left
field, Sherwood; substitutes: Huvvliiis,
Keawc, Aona, .Williams.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 23, 1903,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
K J Iwnkuml to Tnkle Okuniui.i. . .1)
Alfred Rocha to I.lkiao Akul L
J B Castle to E K Conuut AM
It 3 A Peterson tr by mtgeo to
William It Castle tr. ....KoicAITdt
Kaola (w) to Chang Tang D
Toiig Chang Wal to Tong Tlng,..I)S
Elizabeth W Weiner ut ill to C
Akeonl . . . ., I,
Mutl Bldg & Loan Sue of Ii Ltd
to Joan Rul7"iitos Itel
Alice Motcalf to Jennie " McLean. I)
Thomas A Klukoua and wf to Mutl
Bldg & Loan Soc of II Ltd M
THE. KOREA of tho Pacific. Mali
line, Balled today from Yokohama. Tho
Korea brings 1760 tons of genoial mur.
chnnillse for this port uud will huvu
accommodations for soveutv-nvu cab
In passengers. Tho ship will uulvo
hero on December ( and will leavo for
the cdust either on that dnto or tho
CAPTAIN WILLJAM HOWE, Unit
ed States Inspector of Hulls, paid 1111
official visit to the bteamer Kliiuu of
tho Inlcr-Island Steamship Company
tins morning. The iiinau was Inspect
ed thioiighout, oven the llfu preserv
ers coming In for1 careful examination
un; asi saiieu n 0111 Kail' Fran
cisco, for the Oilcnt, jeuterday at 3
o'clock In the afternoon. Thu Asia Is
expected liera on Monday afternoon
and will probably continue on her
way eariy mo following inoiuing.
mm BULLETIN ADS PAY -m
Is heiehy gyeii that Loo Yip haa
Bold his ei)trd' Interest In the film
doing business under the nama nnd
Style of Sun Leo Tut &(Cu,
J1C7-31 SUN .LEE TAI & CO.
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CIUJU fi.ll'J) I ft3 61 ft 17 I'll
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X W17 4) 3 4' U M C 6 17 III,
Nevv moon Nov. 2fi nt 11:30 a. in.
liawuiiun standard lime is 1U hours
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
time, being that of thi meridian of 151
legrces 30 minutes Tl e time whistle
blows ut 1:30 p. in., which Is the Buwe
us Greenwich, U hourc 0 mluutes. Sun
nnd moon are for lucul time for the,
Wednesday, November 25.
M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, Johnson, from
San Francisco, 7 n. in
Stnir. Chuidlue, Bennett, from llllo
nnd way polls, 4:01 11. 111.
Tuesday, November 24.
Stmr. W. O. Hull, Tliiiinpsoii. for
Kauai ports, ! 11. 111.
Stmr. Mlkahnla, for Moloknl and
Maul ports, !i p. 111
T. K. K. S, S Hongkong Maru,
Smith, for Yokohama, " p 111.
Stmr. Maul, Bruhiit, for lliHii.ikuu,
llu wnll, C p. in.
Per M. N H. S. Hllonlan. from Ran
I'iuiicIsco: .Mrs. II. (lormaii nnd 3
children, Mits Edna (iorman, Miss
Alice Gorman, Miss Alien Gorman, F.
Sturk, Mr. nnd Mis Win Kent and
child. Miss Edith Lewis. Miss M T.
Kluegel, J. L. Holt, II E Cooper, O.
It. Baxter. P. K. Howes. I) L. With'
lligtoii, Miss N. A. Randolph, Mr an I
Mrs. Randolph nml two wins, J. -It.
D.iggett. J F. Iloughey, W E llurii
ham, Miss K. F. Knight. E. F Part-
lldgc. Mis. W. A. Huberts and child,
Miss M. J. Wilson, fl. 1 Coard. J W
Bcrgstroiu, Mr. and Mrs. J P. Ken
ning, Miss Perry, .1. 11. Diow, Mr.
Trowbridge, John Mnnlce, Chin. Cle
ments, W H. Farrlngton, Mr. Huberts,
O. Silverman, J. Hurley.
Per stmr. Claiidlnu, Bennett, f 10111
llllo and Maul, Nov. 25.-0 E. Ed
munds, (1. Shlmada, II. 'nfr.ftr.S?flV
U. E. Naklla, Apana, O. Thurber, Miss
L. Ahcung, Miss I; lions Yong, Miss
Gouvea. W. G, Hull. Miss Mnr II.
Kiout, P. T. FukiHi, lllshup ltcslurlck.
Miss Joso Fernandez, I). T. Cary,
Ling Man Gat.
Per Hongkong Maru. Fllmer. for
Japan, 3 p. 111., Nov. 23 J. Boyd, I).
W. Bo) d, K. lvvnkaml, James McGreg- ,
or, J. W. Cm ft
Per stmr. Mlknhala, Tullett, for Mo
lokal, Nov. 21, r. p. m I)r llollnuii
uud wife, Father Emerson, rulher
Per ttmr. W G Hall, for Kauai.
Nov. 21 5 p. 111. Mrs. M. Ilurko, Choy
Chill and wlfo and family, Father Jul-
Per Btmr. Chuidlne. Bennett, for Hlli'i
uud way ports, 5 p. 111.. Nov. 27. Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. P Cooke. Miss Fiulo Ya
tuniorl, Miss Tiikaniada, Mrs. Iwani
ga. Mis. K, L. Stevenson. W. M Alex
ander. C. J. Alistln'aiul friend. Fnthei-
Justin, Father Francis V. Stock
For stmr. hliiau, Gregory, ror Kau-il,
Nov. 27, G p. m. Fuiher Victor. Mrs
C. M. Cooko uinl 2 chlldien. Mis. liar
ger, Mrs. W. T ILiwllns, II. W. M.
JllsLF. Gay, i;. A. Knudsen uud wife.
THE STEAMER CI.A1IDINE nirlv
ml today fiom llllo uinl Maul poitti.
Ill order to allow th,i Imvu 1,1 ..ii. .......
thu ThanksKlvlnir Dnv lu,r un.
Irulglit consisted of 10 cords wood
20 cases rli.ucn.il, 28 casus corn '
horses, 8 hogs, 132 packages sundries,
THE KINAH, which sails for Knuil
on 1'ild.tv will not recelvo freight to
luonow, Ihaiiksglvliig. She will Hall
nt r, o clock Friday aflornoim.
THE MAIM will leavo today for
IlBiiiukua. Hawaii 8I10 sails nt fi
o'clock wllh fielght.
HONOLULU WEATHER f
WuilnoHiLiy, Niivemlinr 25.
Tcniperaliires-U a. in.. 71; 8 a. in.
Ilaiiimeter, 8 a. m. 30 03; absolnto
mml'lliy. 8 1. ... 0 80.1 grains 'per
iblc foot; relatlvu hiiluldlty. 8 n m
W pel rent, dow point, 8 a. m.. CO.
Wlii,--i. a 1,1, velocity 8. direction
N ..; 8 a in. velocity 3. direction B.
... 10 n 111 velocity 3. dliectlou E.;
noon velocity 7. dliectlou E.
in. tin""," h "'l"K "M ,""",, t""U'a 8 P'
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 191 miles "
,.. WM. B. BTOOICMiN.
Section Director. Weather Paroau.
Sea Wreis, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
, Motor' '175. Complete.
HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
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