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CVENINO DULLETlN. HONOLULU. T. 11.. MONDAY, NOV. 30, 1008.
Oceanic Stated Election of
Hawaiian Thlttl Degree.
Aloha Temple Stated.
All vlslllng members of the
Order aie rnidiilly Invited to
uttund tncetliifc- of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
7:30 In I. O O
Monday evening nt
r Hall, Tort Streot.
r. vicki:hs, n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No 1. K. of P.
Sleets every first Mid third Fri
day ovoning at 7 ::o In K. of I. Hall,
corner Pert and Ileretanln. Visiting
brothers cordially !nlted to attend.
A. G. DEEIUNO. C.C.,
J AS W. WHITE, K.H.8.
HONOLULU LODOE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1G, P.. P. O.
E will meet In their hnll on King
near fort Street cvory l'rlday even
ing. Ily order of the E. R :
HENRY C. f.ASTON.
WM. II. MclNEUNY, 12. H.
Wzn. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets ecry 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 oMork in K. of P.
Hall. cor. fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FUA.EE, C.C..
12. A. JACOUSON. K U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
.7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
(Deretanla and Port streets.
; Visiting Eagles nre Incited to nt
(tend. ',V. h. FRAZEE. W., Prest.
II. T. MOO HE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
, Moots every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II ARU2IGH, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of It.
fj. I. Silva's Store,
, This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeie.
To make room for a consignment
of Goods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These vill he sold at
1 LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
., BOOT5 AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
,ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Taney Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
lour Liquor Department.
V EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
S done by the
i' rHEHCH LAUNDRY
" with their new FRENCH
' dry-cleaning process.
WBrrctania St. Nione 1491,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIOWE & CO., AGENTS.
J- 101-105 KING ST. -
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755
lin n brand new scven-seater. Call up
IjOl or 1458 and ask for
C' H. BEHN
j JEWELRY J
from us, besides
you save money.
i;n HOTEL ST. I
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
HEADS on OUMMED STICK
ERS. TAOS, and "NOT TO BE
OPENED TILL CHRISTMAS"
STICKERS Rive 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 are gone,
Lewers & Cooke
177 S.' King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REI3. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290. 200. 1097.
At All Watchdealen.
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 iKU OENEBU.
SJ-! You have not tried jour hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Wont Ad. do the trying.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
No rancy prices at the New EngluuC
Uakory. Hotel St.
Sale of oenlng conti nnd cnpe4 nt
Whitney & Marsh's tomorrow.
Why list' any other mincemeat when
ou can get Mrs. Kearim' delicious
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlagu Maufg. Co., for
All Territorial officials nro wonrlnR
a hroait smile today. Tho explanation
Is that It Is pay-day.
All kinds or beer, vines and mixed
drinks are served In the beat manner
at the fashion .lust give us a try.
Members of the Hnwullan Engineer
int; Association can pay their dues to
tho financial secretary ut Evening
Dill lot III any day between 12 and 1.
Get your name on the list at Wa
terhouse Trust Co. for a cussless,
waitless, out-of-ordcrless, girlies
A charge of common nuisance hat
been made against A. N. Cnhipliell
lie Ih alleged to bo keeping n lcloun
dog The case came up In (ho l'ollco
Court this morning, but was cii'tlmtH
Tho Hawaiian Electric 0 toi'.ty
gladdened the hearts of Its stncUiold
irs by tho announcement of the pay
tnt'iit of a two per cent extra dlvpkii.1
in addition to Its regular dlvlden I.
Weulock Lawn, tho fluent and most
tasteful writing paper, uuty bo bought
In any (inutility with envelopes to
match at Oat & Mossman, 70 Mcr-
cliunt street, near P. O.
The Palm Cafe sorveB superior
meals. Ilreakfast from 0 to 10, lunch
fiotn 11 to 2 nnd dinner from C to S.
Well served, clean, quiet and ut leu
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Illom, opK)Btte the Catholic Cathe-
ilrnl, Is showing some articles, Incltid
lug tH, that are especially good for
this season. The children's coats are
Harhs' Is showing this week somo
of the very latest holiday novelties tit
prices that make them irresistible
There are specials that save good
money ofTeied every day.
Llght-solcd shoes were never made
for wet weather. Put them away, and
get jnurself a pair of our double-soled
shoes In the Italian and other makes
Mrlneiny Shoe Store, Port street.
Beis & Qul:in are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
109 Bkort runs 60e and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Illds for the supplies for Uahu prison
were opened at noon today by Attor
ney General Whitney. The bids were
remarkably close this time, a number
of the firms making tho same bid for
On Tuesday, December 8, tho wed
ding of Miss Ethellnda Schuefer to
Alfred I.owrey Castle will tako place
at 8 p. m. at tit. Andrew's Cathedral.
Invitations liao been Issued by Mr.
and Mrs. P. A Schaefer.
Chi llul Farm, the old reliable
catcher of the Chinese Athletic Club,
has resigned the captaincy of the C.
A. C. second nine and Sing Chong,
the crnrk shortstop, has been elected
to fill his place.
W. Kwai Fong of the Rank of Ha
waii, a staunch member of the C. A.
C, has promised a gold medal to the
Lest hatter of the Chinese Athletic
Club second team, which won the
championship of the Kalanlannole
League last )ear.
The matter of tho disbarment pro
ceedings ng?',nst Attornoy W. C AcM
Is still under Investigation by tho At
torney General's Department. Them
nro a largo number of charge ag.iln.Ht
Achl, most of them concerning his
real estate deals, and all of tlits- have
to bo looked Into.
Acting Attorney Generat Whitney
this moinlng received the report of a
coroner's Inquest which was held at
Mnkawao, Maul, over' the body of
Ilamon Eskeldo Morales. Morales was
n Porto Rlcan and, In a brawl, was
killed with a guava club or bludgeon
by one Antone TorreB. This, In sub
stance. Is the report of the coroner's
nry. Tho fight occurred on the even
ing of November 22nd, and the man
died the following day.
Acting Gnvernor'Mott-Smltb.'who re
turned from Kauai jcsterdaV morning',
stated this morning that he had not
cabled to aovernor Frear In Washing
ton icgardlng tho Mahuka-Palaco
Square site, matter, and did not know
whether or not ho would.
"This matter was probably taken ui
wuu necreiury uarnoia, - said mo Act'
Ing Governor, "when he was here. Ev
eryone who had anything to talk about
was received by him. and I do not
doubt that the matter of Federal build
ing sites was spoken of to him."
Ilroughton Dreudeuburg, arrested
In Da) too, Ohio, in connection with
tho sale of an alleged article by G ro
ver Cleveland to n New York news
paper, la in New York,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" m T0WH,
EUROPE CALLS II
f AMERICAN ALLIANCE
LONDON, England, Nov, 29. The English and French press, discus
Blng the reported American-Japanese ngrcement regarding tho expressed
Intention of the two Powers to maintain the status quo In China, regard
the agreement as tantamount to nil ulllance between tho two nations.
JAP0-AMERICAN AGREEMENT APPROVED
LONDON, England, Nov. 28. Tho Japanese-American agreement,
the text of whlcii'was made public today, has been received with general
satisfaction throughout Europe.
QUEEN IN WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2D.
Kal.inlnmiole have arrived here.
MINING DEATH ROLL
PITTSItUUG. Pa Nov. 2S. Two
hundred lind sevcnty-IHe miners
were entombed in a mine here today
as the result of a gas explosion.
When the galleries had been opened
It was found that several of the men
were still alive. Tho list of dead
reachs 12f nmonc tho miners so far
leached by the rescuing parties.
PITTSI1UIK1, Pa., Nov. 2!).- Fifty
more bodies of the victims of the l
mining horror of Saturday have been I
recovered. This brings the total list
of known fatalities to date no to
ANOTHER AIRSHIP SUCCESS
IIEKLIN, Germany, Nov. 28. The
oinclal trial today of the l'arsevnl
airship was so successful that the
German Government has decided to
buy the patent rights of the Inventor
and to erect permanent airship sta
tions at Metz and other Germu'i
ANARCHY IN HAYTI
POUT AU PHlNCEillnytl. Nov. 29.
The revolutionist armv Is Hearing
this dty nnd the citizens nre In a
state of panic. The United States
cruiser arrived to protect American
Interests and the cruiser Dex Moines
FLOODS COVER GUTHRIE
GUTHIUB. Okla., Nov. 2U. Fifty
blocks In this ilty are inundated
through floods. Three thousand peo
ple are homeless and without shelter
In the heavy ralnju that arc falling.
UNION CITY. Tenn., Nov. ,28.
Nineteen of the nlglitrldere Implicat
ed In the murder of Captain Queutlu
Kaiikln three weeks ago have been
ROOT TO BE SENATOR
ALHANY, N. Y., Nov. 29. It Is
conceded here that Secretary Iloot
will be elected to the United States
Senate In succession to Piatt.
BOYS FROZEN TO DEATH
VENTUItA, Calif.. Nov. 28.
Three boys who had gone Into the
mountains near here were found to
dayfrozen to death.
TRAIN-ROBBERS GET GOLD
TIIOITSKOSAVSK, llussln. Nov.
28. A treasure train was held up
here by robbers today and $175,000.
SNOW IN DENVER
DENVEIt, Colo., Nov. "29. There
has been an unprecedented fall
Bnow here In tho last twenty-four
BULGARIAN CABINET OUT
SOFIA, Uulgirla, Nov. 28. Tho
Ilulgarlan Cabinet has resigned.
IN FOREIGN P0RT8
Monday, November 30.
SAN FIUNCISCO-Balled Nov. 28:
Schr. II. C. Wright, for Mahukona.
S. 8. Mexican, for Sallna Cruz.
,S. S. Alameda, 1 p. m., for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlvcd Nov. 30:
S. S. Tcnjo Maru, 0 a. m., henco
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 28:
S. S. Manchuria, hence.
MANILA Arrived Nov. 24:
U. 8. T. Dlx, hence.
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived Nov. 30:
Schr. llangor, hence.
MONTEHEY-Arrlved Nov. 30:
Itoqecrans and Monterey, henco.
JIILO Arrived Nov. 24: v
Hk. Annlo Johnson, from San Frap
Cisco. Saturday, November 28,
SAN FHANCISCO Departed Nov. 2:
S. S, Alameda. 1 p. ni for H-molulu
SAN FUANCISCO-Arrlved Nov. 28:
S. S. Manchuria, from Honolulu.
Friday, November 27.
DIHSUANE Sailed Nov. 20:
d. S. Mnkura, tor Honolulu.
HODAnT'-Salled Nov, IE:
Kr. bk. Chainplguy, for Honolulu.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Nov. 27:
Dktno. T. P. Emlgh, from Eleeie.
HILO Sailed Nov. 26:
S. S. Toxan, for San Francisco.
S. S, Enterprlso, for San Francisco,
I.llluoknlalil and Delegate
KAHULUI Arrived Nov. 2S:
S. 3. Santa Itlta, from Port Haiford
Wednesday, November 25.
SAN FHANCISCO Snlled Nov. 24:
S. 8. Arlzonaii, 3:30 p. m , for Hono
lulu. SAN F11ANCI8CO Arrived Nov. 23:
' U. S. A. T. Crook, hence Nov. 17.
YOKOHAMA Snlled Nov. 25:
S. 3. Korea, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed Nov. 24:
B. 8. Texan for llllo.
Tuesday, November 24.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed Nov. 21:
8. S. Asia, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
Dk. St. Katherlnc, for Honolulu.
BAN FUANCISOO-Arrlved Nov. ,25:
8. 8. Alameda, 10 a. in., from Hono
lulu. Monday, November 23.
Gnvlota Walle.i No. 20:
M. E. Chllcott. for Honolulu.
SAN FUANCISCO-Arrlved Nov. 20:
llkttic. Irmgard, hence Nov. 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 22:
8. S. Mongolia, 8 u. in., hence Nov.
Schr. II. C. Wright, from Mahukona.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 22:
S. 8. China, hence Nov. 10.
Friday, Nov.20, 1903.
NEW YORK Sailed, Nov. 2(1:
Ilk Foohng Buoy, for Honolulu.
Thursday, November 19.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Nov. 19:
A.-ll. S. S. Mexican, 11 n. in., from
llllo. Nov. 11.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1908.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed 'Nov. 17:
8. S. Hongkong Main, for Hono
lulu, 2 p. m.
3. 8. Hllonlan, for Honolulu, 3 p.m.
VICTORIA Aarrlved Nov. IS:
S. 8. Moana, henco Nov. 11.
Tuesday, November 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 17:
I 8. S. Hongkong Muni, 2 p. m., for
SAN FRANCISCO 8alled Nov. 17:
K.M. N. 8. 8. Hllonlan. for Honolulu.
Monday, Nov. 10, 1908.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 14:
8. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
EUREKA Arrived Nov. 15
Ilk. Holy wood, hence Oct. 22.
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1908.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrhed, No. 13:
5 p. m., S. S. Asia, hence Nov. 7.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 14:
8. S. Teno Maru. for Honolulu.
Friday, November 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 13:
3 8 Santa ltlta, for Kahutul and Kl
hel. YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov 13:
8. 8. Siberia, hence Nov. 2.
PORT TOWNSENDArrlved Nov. 13:
Schr. Robert Searies, from Kahulul
HILO Sailed Nov. 11:
8. S. Mexican, for San Francisco.
HILO Sailed Nov. 10:
Schr. W. H. Maiston, for Sail Fran
Thursday, November 12.
ORAY8 HAnnOH Bulled Nov. 11:
Schr. C. A. Phayer. for Honolulu.
Schr. llelene. for Honolulu.
Wednesday, November 11,
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed Nov. 10:
Schr. Hiram Ulngham, for Honolulu.
HOHAIIT Sailed Nov. 10:
Fr. sp. Thiers, for Honolulu.
Tuctday, November 10.
Sullnn Ciuz Sailed Nov, 7:
8. 8. Columbian, for San Kranclscn.
t SAN FHANCISCO ArrUed Nov. 10:
8. 8. I.urilne, 9 a, in., henco Nov. 3.
Ilk. R. P. Hlthet, henco Oct. 20.
SAN FHANC18CO-Salled Nov. 10:
8. 8, Muuucliiirln, 1 p. in., for Hono
lulu. Monday, November 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 8:
8. 8. Texan, for Honolulu.
SAN FnANCISCd Arrived Nov. 8:
8. 8. Enterprlso, from llllo,
8AN FHANCISCO Arrived Nov. 9:
8. 8. Alalia, henco Oct. 30.
GRAY'S HARHOR Arrived Nov. 8:
Schr. Robert Lowers, hence Oct. 20.
PORTIjAND Arrived Nov. 8:
Fr hp. Marcehal do Novllles, hence
Cct, 3, '
110"- 8t')cl'nr Tom Cummins has
reKirtcd that there wos not any se
rious damage done by tho ravages of
wind nnd inln during the past fow
days, although he hus a largo force of
men out cleaning the streets and keep
ing tho sewer basins from becoming
clogged up. Ho stated that the wind
cnuso the most trouble, casting leave.!
from tho trees ami then blowing them
Into tho sewcis, thereby stopping tho
flow of water.
7V FIT, Grind, and Repair
Glasses scientifically to re
lieve strain and improve the vision.
I. JLjiiVl . .jUi,,, w .,'i.A "jL -
THE 1IAHIC 8. C Allen bus been
hauled onto the ways and li receiving
ii Ihiirntiuh scraping us well iih ii new
co.it of paint below the water line.
THE I1AHK Andrew Welch from
San Francisco Is unloading Its enrgo
of general merchandise nt thu lirowor
Several Splits Threaten
In Home Rule Party
"The Home Rule party will re
main firm on Its feet. It will not
give up Its fight In politics. -As long
ns Hawaii lenintns u Tenltory, tho
Hume UtileiH will nlwajH remain ns
such. Personally, 1 will say that I
will not become a Republican or n
Democrat until. Hawaii has become
u State. The Home Rule party will
disorganize only after Hawaii has be
come a State."
Chas. K. Notley, president of the
Home Rule part, made the above
Btntecmnt Inst S.iturdn). Although
defeated ut the polls, Nolle)' was snt
Uflcd Willi the result of tho election
on he Island of Hawaii. He said that
If he had had more time to canvass
on Hawaii, he icrtalnly would have
lieaten the Prince and MiCuudless.
Notley, when nsKed what he
thought of the Joint convention lit
the Home Rulers and Laluiiltes In
(he Kalilll.iulanl Hull, Bald that he
did not euro to express himself one,
wuy or the other. Some of the
staunch Home Rulers, who did not
nppioe of the fusion of the two par
ties, appealed to Notley to put u stop
to It before he left for Hawaii, hut,
as president of tho Home Rule paity.
Notley dhl not ugreo to the proposi
tion. He simply asked them whether
any measures which passed at thu
contention wero discussed nnd ap
proved of by th majority of those
present, to which hu leietved nil af
firmative reply. This ended the dis
pute, and thoie who took opposite
views were told that they lould not
do un) thing, ns the majority's vtlshet
In spite of that, some of the wire
headed Home Unlets ale tnnlcinplal
lug Ktartlng another political party
These people, It Is halil, will usk Not
ley tij become the leader of that par
ty, but us Notley Is u well-known
Home Ruler, ho will not consent to
)leld to tho wishes or these people.
One thing leitaln Is that Notley does
not believe in fusion. He prefers to
light single-handed lather than fus
ing and losing In tho end.
Another Homo Rule crowd. It Is
said, wants to make n chaugo In the
vice presidency. They believe that
D. Knlauokulaul Sr. was very severe
with them In thu action taken In thu
joint contention of the Home Rulers
nnd Liihorites. Although Knlauokn-
litnl, ns presiding olllcer of the ion
volition, conducted the meeting with
in the rules nnd regulations, propeily
discussed and approved by the Home
Rule party, the dissatlslled leadeis
were very strongly opposed to his nil
Tho latent leport Is that Win. White,
formerly of Maul, wishes to bo elected
vice president of the Homo Riilu paity
Hiicceedlng Kaluiiokulaiil, but as no
meeting will he called heforu tho end
of the J ear, It Is hardly posrlhlo that
such would ho the case.
Notley will leave for Hamakua to
morrow In tho Maima Kea. Ho will
probably return here to lemuln perma
uently In tho early part of January.
TO HAVE RIGID CURFEW LAW.
Chicago, Nov, 15 Chicago pio
poscs to test tho valito of a curfew
law on n large scale. With ' ' lie
slaves" I)Iiik In wait ut'overy corner
nnd young girls and lioys dln.ippeai'ni:
almost dally, the police and all jnii
Ine reform elements nru In fe .or of
trying tho plan of driving till chlldieii
under 14 )ears to their homes nt 9
o'clock in winter and 10 o'clock Un
The Juvenile Protectlvo League N
tho principal hacker of the plan It
Is proposed to clear thu streetB of all
children except those bearing written
permission of the parents and en
gaged In some necessary errand. It
litis lieen shown that the law can be
enforced hero, for the settlement hack
of tho. stock )nrds, which fairly Hots
in children, lias enforced n curfew law
for moro than a year with ri'maikablo
Tho police say u cm fow law. rigidly
enforced, 1b Ihe only salvation of tho
J William Perry, a young Porta
gucfao who died Satuulay evening from
a complication of stomach tiniiblcs.
was hurled at the Peail City cemetery
jesterday afternoon, Tho )oimg man
was a member of tho newly organized
company u, National (luuid of Hu.
wall, anil his fellow militiamen attelid
vd the funeiul in a body.
""iA''?ll Jj i '
Sunday, November 29.
Stmr. Mlkiihala, Tiillett, from Maul
ami Molokui porlu, 4:21) a. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai pints, a. m. '
Stmr. Llkcllke, from Honokna and
C'ther'IIiiwnll ports, 9 u, in.
Monday, November 30.
Stmr. Hclene, Nelson, from Hawaii,
Monday, Nov. 311.
1'r. hi;. Hochaiiibcuu, Grim, for
I'oitlatid, 9 n. in.
Am. sp. Fulls of CI)iIo, Larson, for
Gnvlota, 10 n. in.
M. N. 8. S. Hllonlan, Johnson, foi
Snu Francisco, 10 n. in.
Stmr. Milium ICea, Freeman, tor
llllo nnd wny ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. W. (1. Hull, for Kauai ports.
5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, for Mnul nnd Mo
Icknl ports, 5 p. m.
Per stun. W. (1. Hall, fiom Kauai'
ports, Nov. 29. Miss M. 12. Hum
ham, N. IwahuJI, Till On, lieu Put,
P. W. Ken, A. Iliochlotz, M, Naga
saki, Miss Nagasaki, Joe Rodrlques,
T. Ternkil, J. T. Sllva, Y. Ynmaiinkn,
Mr. Wolfe, W. II. Rile, A. Hnneberg.
It. K. Drown, .1. F. Huckfetd. C. M.
Cooke. E. A. Mott-Smlth, and 34
Per stmr, Mlkahaln, fiom Maul nnd
Molokui, Nov. 29. J. II. McKeiizle.
W. A. Cl.uk, C. A. Hiirtwell, Dr. Nor
gaaid, M. A. Soietisou, Mis. Foun
tain, Mrs. Ilurron, and seven deck.
Per M. N. 8 8. Hllonlan. for Sun
Fianclsco, Dee. I.- W. Knit lleuleaux,
L. E. Arnold, Mrs. Lucy llechert, Mr.
and Mis. II. M. Cooke and four chil
dren. C. llerllnger. S. Toplltz. M. L.
Tower. Mrs. A. II. Robertson, govern
ess and child, E. W. Adanis, Mrs. M.
J. Lindsay, MIh3 Momoc.
Monday, Nov. 30,
Temperatures fi n. m., 72; S n. in,
74; 10 n. m., 7.1; noon, 70; morning
Ilaromeler, 8 n. 111.. 30.00; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., n.b02 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m.,
fit per cent; dew point. 8 n. in.. 02.
Wind (! n m., velocity 20, direction
N. 12.; N n, in., velocity 24, direction
N. E.; 10 a. in., velocity 10, direction
H.: noun, velocity 9. direction N. 12.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended X n.
in.. ,0S Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, -lilts miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
Nulianii dam, according to Superin
tendent Campbell, will not be complet
ed In timo for n final report to (ho
I.eglslatuie. which will soon go Into
session. It has been the hope of Hid
Department of Public Works that thbi
monster undertaking would be com
pletely finished In time for such n re
itirt to 'thu legislators, but tho long
continued dioughts have so dehi)ed Iho
work that Contractor Whltehouse will
not bu lliiough with the work for somu
At the Emma Squuie band concert
tonight tho piogram will bu:
Ovcitmo: "Uniest" Slorcli
llijeimiuo: "Clouds of Roses"...
Paliul: "The Scouts" lloccal.ul
Selection: "Attlla" Verdi
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs. nr. by liorgcr
Selection: "Tluee Twins". .Hoschna
Wultz: "May I Hnvo the Pleas-
Finale: "Mundy on the Mash"..
"The Star-Spangled Runner"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 28, 190S,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Pahiilno (k) lo Ke.ikcalaul Kawelo.,1.
R 0" A Peterson by mtgeo to Wli
Ham L Castle II
Entered for Record Nov. 30, 1908,
from 9 a. m, to 10:30 a. r.
W A K Maikham to von If.innn.
Young Co Ltd CM
0 Akun.1 to Walhee Rico Planln Co
John Santos ami wf lo fl Akiuia . ...M
Wullieo Rlcn Plantln Co Ltd to First
Natl Uk of Wnlliikii M
Est of 8 C Allen by Trs to Allco M
McChesnoy , Hel
John Walker to Allco M McChos-
IT BULLETIN ADS PAY IH
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyele
Motor. $175, Complete,
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St j