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EVEflNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., THUnSDAY. DEC. 3, 190 s
Oceanic Staled Election of
Hawaiian Thlril Degree.
N, I UUI1A V
Aloha Temple Stated.
All visiting members of the
Urdor ore cordinlly Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
L i HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
1:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, l'ort Street.
H. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
HEN. I'. VICHllHS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAIIU L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first niul third Fri
day ovcnlne nt 7:0 In K. of P. Hall,
coiner Ti.rt and llo.-etanlu. Visiting
brothers rordlally Invited to attend
A. CI. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu 1-odgo No. Cl. II. P. O.
E., will meet lu llitlr hull on King
Bear Toil Street every Friday even
lly order of the E. K.:
HENRY C. EASTC-N,
VM. II. MoINEllNY, E. II.
V7i. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4tli Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ilerctanla. Visit
Inn brotheis cordially lnvitfcd to at
tend. W. 1,. ntA'EE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOIISON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvenlrig3 of each month al
7;30o'cloclc In K. of P. Hall, cornr
Uerotania and Port Btroeta.
Visiting Eagles are Jnvlted to nt
tend. v. l. ritAZEn,' w., rrest.
II. T. MOOUE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
tl&VH of each nionth ot Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. AUEEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MLRPHY, C. of It.
Only $4: each.
Coyne Furniture Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
i . dry-cleaning jirocrss.
257 Hietnnia St. Phone 1491.
The Best Wilis)-" on the tilarkAU
. THOS. F. McTIfi:.S & CO., A0EN1S
101-105 KING ST.
PHO.VE KO T. 0. BOX 755
' 'AN OUTING
H. ill el viuil' iiiw pvrbji-WHitii wait uji
101 or 1458 and nsk for
R.:,;- ' C. H. BEHN
From us, besides
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST. I
GET your MEALS
where you get
HOTEL ST. bet TORT and UNION.
Always Fresh at
j Fort and King St.
mtm scvvpcai "h w ri"'w wits
INSIST ON USING
as it it
Sold Only by th
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 (FORT ST.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Pricei,
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka nana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call tip if aay
time oy telephone any one ox uesa
numbers: 280. 200. 1097.
At All Watchdealers.,-
Agent for Hawaiian Islands, ,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts,, Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Sff- BULLETIN ADS PAY
LOCAL AM GENERAL'
You have hot tried iour hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t '. n
Want Ad. do the trying.
No fancy prices at the New EnglauC
Bakery, Hotel St.
W. C, Peacock & Co. have issued n
most artlstlr calendar for 1809.
Shippers by Alameda uf Mrs. Roams
Xmns preserves plenso order early.
Take your carriage ur automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
up-to-dato repairs. .
Secure two acres Jor Si HO -at Putinul
rear Country Club. Sea Strauch's le il
estate ml nu page 3,
Miriam Nicholas has Instituted suit
ttgalnst Alexander for divorce on the
grounds of non-support.
AH kinds of beer, wine and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at the KaJhlon Just give lis a trr.
United States Marshal Hendry paid
out about $1100 In Jury and witness
lees and general expenses of the offlco
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
The Territorial Oranil Jury will meet
on next Wednesday. There are enough
cases prepared to give the Inquisitors
a busy day.
Get your name on the list at Wa-
terhouse Trust Co. for' a cussless.
wattless, out-of-orderless, girlless
The Onhti Central Improvement
Committee meets tonight In the Cap
itol building. A largo attendance Is
desired Tenement houses Is tho
topic: 7:30 Is tho hour.
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
IBB ifcort runs 00c and S1.0C By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping ana callinir.
I lie Japanese Sake Ilrelng Com
pany will commeflrc operations lu
about two weeks. Almost everything
It In readiness for tho starting of tho
manufacture of the Japanese national
It is reported from Illlo that Fred
Harrison was called there- to superin
tend the construction of the Mnsonlc
Templ- in that place becauso it was
rtlscoercd that the construction being
tarried on was faulty.
intending passengers for tho Korea.
by placing their orders with the Union
Pacific Transfer Co., may be sure of
having them placed In the proper stnte
looms and sealed compartments. 122-
lsu King street., phone G8.
The second trial of Ilnmon Itodrlg-
gucs for Incest waB started this morn
ing, but was postponed until the Hth
on the motion of Attorney Spencer,
wno stated that he hail Just discovered
that an Important witness for the de
fense was nt Olaa.
Al. Thorlow for a lunch or dinner,
Before making your Xmas purchases
call in at Yeo Chan & Co's., Ilothel &
King, mid too their beaut fill line of
hllk and grass linens In suits, waist
patterns, dollies and centerpieces. Why
etraln your eyes embroidering these
things when they can ue had so rea
sonable. MIsb Clotilda I. donsalves. daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. M, A. donsalves, was
married last night to Clifford Arthur
Iioall. of the local start of the Com
mercial Pacific Cable Company. The
ceremony was pel formed In the parlor
of Bishop Elbert's lesldence in the
presence of the Immediate relatives of
the bride t
Thp IClh regular and -Itli nnnual
meeting of the Hawaiian Entomolog
ical Society will be hold on Thursday,
December 3rd. at 3:30 n. m.. in Dm
Entom. rooms of tho II. S. P. A. Exper
iment station, Keeaumoku street. Bus
iness: Election of officers; ratifica
tion of revised constitution. Entomo
logical Program: Synonsls of Hawaii
an MacroleplJoptera O. II. Swezey.
1. A revlow of tho Hawaiian Nabidae.
5. A now Tetlgonlld collected on I.anai
by Mr. Olffard. 3. Note on an Inter
esting Jasslno colrected by Mr. Olf
fard In California. O. W. KlrkaMy.
When tllA hlff frplirlif ni- Ai-'lnno. n
the American-Hawaiian lino starts on
ner return journey to the coast, Bho
will carry nearly C000 bags of sugar,
according to t.he present outlook. This
will bo the first sugar or the now crop
to be shipped The exact amount that
will be ready for shipment Is not yet
known, but It Isicstlmnted by those lu
cIobo touch with nffalrs that It will not
be far from tho 0000-mark.
MARE ISLAND DRY DOCK.
Maro Island, Nov. 23. It Is estimat
ed at tho present llmo that the now
dry dock now under the course of con
stiuctlon by tho Scofleld Construction
Company at this yard will be ready
ror tuo about fho 1st of next May.iTho
caisson for tho dock has Just been com
pleted by the Union Iron WorkB of San
Francisco nod will l ,iiivnrn.i i,.
the Scofleld Company in the near fu
ture, me yarn authorities aro In
hopes lhat the cruiser California will
l)A tlm first AIlHul tn nntn- II... .......
The yards and docks .department at
this stntlon hnn rerplvitrl nnlnpu rm.
Iho naval authorities ut Washington to
uegin operations lor me construction
of an annex to tho yard hospital. The
(lenartninnt nfllclula will ntti.o fa,.n n
men to work this week excavating for
the new building, which will bo built
out of concrete. There is over $73,000
avallablo for (he construction of the
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. 'Ahanla Co.,
fl9 S VrMil RT PTTflWl! KOK
THE BEST "FITTFitB" IN TOWN."
BURTON FOR TREASURY
i i ; ".
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 2. Theodore E.
the position of Secretary of the Treasury In President Tuft's Cabinet. Ho
has taken, the matter under advisement, pending the result of the Sena
lorlai contest In Ohio, where he Is opposing the candidacy bf tho President-elect's
half-brother, ChnrleH P. Taft.
ALEXIS LEAVES PALACE
POItT AU PRINCE, Haytl, Dec. 2. President NoWl Alexis, wrapped
In n French Hag, took refuge on board a French wnrshlp. He passed
through dense crowds on his way to the wharf and was loudly cursed.
Several attempts .were made upon his life. Muting broke out, nud thu
President's trunk, containing $30,0 00. In coin, was captured. The for
eign warships nil saluted Alexis when he appeared on the haibor.
j m 'o m i
NEILL FOR LABOR COMMISSIONER
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 2.
Labor1 Commissioner under the Tnft
Mr. Nclll, who Is now U. S. Commissioner of 1-ibor, visited Hawaii
somfe years ago, nnd made nil exhaustive report on Its conditions.
M I . "
CHINA'S MESSAGE TO AMERICA
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 2. The Chlncso Special Envoy, bcailng
the thanks of his (loverninent for the return ot the Boxer Indemnity, lias
presented his message to the President.
m mam ' ;
CONTINUOUS JAPANESE APPLAUSE
TOKJO, Japan, Dec. 2. The press continues to applaud the agree
ment with the United States.
ST. PETEnSUUIKl, Uussla, Doe. 2. Thcro have been teri deaths
and twenty-four new cases of cholera In HiIb city dining the past twenty
m i m
LUMBER COMPANY FINED
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich., Dec. 2. The Sterns Lumber. Company
been fined $10,000, for accepting rebates from n railroad.
and SKEETG0 burned in a skeetgo lamp sends them
staggering away, You canrot have comfort reading
nor can the children study to advantage fighting mos.
quitoes. Buy a SKEETG0 LAMP. Complete $1.00.
Tops to fit any lamp, FIFTY CENTS.
A MUSICAL TREAT
Now that the local lovers of good
music have made it possible for Hono
luluans to hear one of the greatest pi
anlstSflii the world. It remains for tho
people who aio interested lu good
music to make it n great bucccbh. Thonu
who ham not becurod seats should do
so at once, while thero uro still many
good ones left.
not occur ofteuer than onco In a do
. , . . . , . ., linh uwiiuiuiun, I" im-n- in lit, wui niul
cade, and no ono who 'appreciates tho 10 Io'ca, fctutI(m chn nMertnl ttileUlt.r
'J?811?.8.8 0,L?1UE.11CUn.urr"rd ,0iue Is lecelvlng the calls or not. The
if, v bu u. it.,u,i.u rc.ia uiu fit
rale at the Uergstrom Music Co., ut (1,
$2, and S2.D0. Tho rectul Is to t.iki
place lu tho Opera House next Tuc.v
RECORD IS SMASHED
(Continued'from Pase 11
officers of the Army and Navy
civilian Government employes
The entire Battery F of tho Fifth j The steamer Nllhail or tho Inter-Is-Field
Artillery Is on board, consisting land company Is receiving a thorough
of" eighty-four men. Thoro nro twen- overhauling nt the Inter-Islam! wharf,
ty-two Invalids, sick In the hospital: No,1 mlJ-v ''' J'10 ll"11 receiving a coat ot
Iblrty-one military convicts being J l"t- ''"' "' "'''"-r. I aru ''"
conveyed to the ml.itary prison at i.T-'SSSsS'tSJSSK '
Alcatraz Island, San Francisco: sev- wllal.f a11KBi,,e ,ho N,lau tl0
enty casuals, ten ex-employes of tho uccno of hustling activity this morning,
NRvy, sixty-one enlisted men of the being coveted witli hnueers and other
Navy, and 104 enlisted men or the "hip equipment from tho Bleamer, be
Marine Corps on board. In addition 1K overhauled and made ledy for sor
to the first nnd Bccond-cabln jiassen-1 ct'" g
""fin thH nvenlnir nf Tilesdav last thn ' 0clllral Krjlolf was appointed to
On the evening or Tuesday last tho tllcr,.o) AlhllraI Wlruniw as iiiosldcnt
oniceis on board gave u dance on thu r th., Uc-'inlcal coiumlsslon of tho
spar deck of the Thomas, jrhe even- Russian admiralty, a department which
Ing was Ideal and the occasion was corresponds to tho American bureau of
oue which those who were privileged c0"?.r',c"tn
to enjoy It say that they hall never' llllain Barry, an American engl
f0m,t inc,er. ''as been selected by the Russian
i n.i ., , .. . ''"'"'"'r of finance us president of the
The Thomas sails this afternoon ot Novi)ky shipbuilding Company, a gov.
3 o'clock for San Francisco. As boon eminent concern,
as tho ship reached port the seamen President-elect Taft may meet John
were put to work daubing paint on n- Rockefeller In ii game or tolf nt
her sides, and when sho leaves port Augusta, Ga this month. Both men
tlicro will be nothing to show that ffPected thbroatfflo Bamo time.
Bhn has Just "completed tho biggest ' - m
Installment of her long Journey. ' w ,
, m. WE FIT arind' and Repair
Orlef oyer tho denth of his emperor ' Glasses scientifically to re-
caused Gee Chung Chut, n well-known lieve strain and imnrove the vi.lnn
merchant and politician of Chinatown, '" Bnn ,mProve "e Vision,
lu I)s Angeles, to commit suicide by t
drinking a bowl ot opium. Observlug
all the rites of death, ho drank tho
drug In a small bowl, mixing It with
i Rotation of tea.
Mrs, Margaret Hose. If cot a postal
clerk In Washington, D. C died from
ptomalno poisoning caused by tainted
beef. Her husband and daughter, who
Weili mnile 111 hv tho heef. will wpnvprT-
Burton hns been offered
Charles P. Nclll has been slutcd for
HOURLY GALLS ARE)
BEING SENT ISBELL
Wireless messages are being sent
nt hourly Intervuts from Knhuku Point
station to Expert A. A. Isbell at llllo,
to enable him to make tests ronceru
Ing the possibility of lncntlng u sla
Hon lu tho llawallnn city. Isbell's call
Ih leiieateil lor ten minutes ut a time
j to glii lit in iimplo opportunity to
ing apparatus, so there Is no wuy that
sending will bo kept up nil day long
throughout the week, at tho end of
which tlmo It Is expected that somo
report will bo lecelvedi
It is supposed that ut present Isbell
has uu aerial erected In tho city of
Hllo, ns It was Ills intention when ho
left hern to iiuike his flist tests thcie.
IN FOREIGN PORTS'
Wedneiday, December 2.
SYDNEY Arrln-d ftec. I:
H H, Aorangl, henco Nfiv, 15.
Tuesday, December 1,
SEATTLE Sailed Nov. 30:
8. S. Columbian, for Han Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 1:
P. M. S. S. .Mongolia, 2 p. in., fur
WATERFRONT NOTES j
The Chronicle says: The Matsou
Navigation Company has called lull)
borvico two of its Hailing vessels which
have been Ivtng up In order to handle
the heavy freights which have been of-
lerlug for the Hawaiian Islands and
which could not be accommodated by
tho steamers and b.uks which thu
company operates constantly between
ibis pint and thu Islands.
Tho batk St. Catherine, which bud
been tilling nt.Sausnllto, hns been tuk-
en ft on her seclusion nnd put Into
condition for sea. The siinic thing has
been done by the ship llawallnn Isles.
Uol h vessels will get away for thu Is
lands early lu December.
Tho Catherine) shirted from Howard-
street wharf last evening to Richmond,
where Rhc will load u shipment of can
ni-il oil fiom the Standard Oil com
pany. reluming to her berth on Sat
urday to finish loading. The Hawaiian
Isles will start loading December 3d
and Is scheduled to urall a week later.
The schooner Ka Mol Is undergoing
repairs ut the Customs House wharf.
The broken foremast, which was
tpllntered lu tho storm off the. Island
of Hawaii Sunday evening. Is being
replnced mid the uialutopmast is be
ing repaired. A new outfit of canvass,
lo replace tho ono destroyed In the
Horn), is being fitted,
CAPTAIN TIIOMSEN. formerly
chief olllcer on tho steamer Enterprise
Of the Mntsou Navigation Company,
has gone to Paget Sound to take a sim
ilar position on tho steamer Hyades.
Tho Hyades has been chartered by tho'
Matson Company to run between Pug-
et Sound, Honolulu nnd San Francisco.
THE BARK W. B. Flint is now hnlf
black and hnlf white. Tho bark,
which has heretofore: worn n wlillo
coat, Is henceforth to be decked out In
blnek TIip painting is but half fin
ished, so the starboard sldu Is a ro
splendant black while the tort side
of thu hull remains a -dirty white.
THE TRANSPORT Thomas Is duo
from Manila tomorrow, en rnuto to San
Francisco. Among tho passengers may
he ucnerul Weston, who has been as
rJgned to tho command ur thn Pacific
Coast division of the Army.
THE LIGHTHOUSE cm Engineer Is
land Is npproachlng completion as far
as construct Ion woik in concerned. The
main concretp building walls nro no
ami tho light tower has lioen raised
above this structuio.
CAPTAIN ROSEHILL, of Marcus Is
land fame, may bo given the lempor
ury command of thu schooner Ethol
Zane, to take her to the Coast. Cap
tain Hahn Is quite III In tho Queen's
Tho Mnlson liner I.urllno sails from
San Francisco for Honolulu tomonow.
Sho will bring n full cargo, Including
more wni' material, ami a largo num
ber of passengers.
THE KORCA h due hero tonionnw
morntng from Yokohama with nr,0
tons of freight. A largo number of
passengers liavo hooked Tor the vessel
THE COLLIER Ilprmlston Is mak
ing good progress In unloading her
cargo or coal which sho biought to Iho
Navul Station riom Newport News.
THE FRENCH bulk Rogation, which
hns been nuchoied outside wulllng for
oi ilei s. departed for tho Sound IjBt
THE SCHOONER Ada tied up nt tho
Customs House wharf this iuoriilni
and at onco began unloading her cargo
A STEAM dredtfo liclnncliii- n tl...
Hawaiian Di edging Company Is lied up
alongside of tho railroad wharf.
THE HULL of tho Inter.lHlm,,!
steamer Clnudlnn Is holm? clv,.n n nnt
of paint at the Klnau wharf.
ONE OF Clltlnn rtrritlinu I.I.. ..!
, , . .".. ,,n u, i, ni.-itui
drecmes is inom-i.ii in iiw. a
of the Inter-Inland wharr.
THE A.-II. ntRIflllTi.-ti rv.i.,.i
bulls fiom San Fianclsco for Honolulu
on December 5.
THE ALAMKDA U .1,,.. f.... a....
rraucisco tomorrow morning.
HONOLULU WEATHER f
Thursday, December 3.
TemnerntiiipH it n m ?n- n ...
7R: 10 II. 111.. 7fi llhlltl 77 mniMiln,.
Barometei-. 8 n m !H7- ni,uiin
humidity, 8 n. m., (1.175 grains per
cubic foot! iplnllvn liillnhlll.. U n ...
Cfi per cent: clow point, 8 n. m.. C3.'
Wind 0 a. m velocity 3. direction
I'--i 8 a. m.. velocity 3, direction N. E :
10 n. m. velocity 9. direction N. E.j
noon, vilotlty !), direction E.
Rainfall dining 21 hours ended 8
a. in., .0! Inch,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, H14 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
A now Swedish Lutheran church nt
Paxtoii, III., thnt was erected nt a coat
tf $35,000, hns been dedicated.
- I -
Thursday. December i.
U. S. A. T, Thomas, Capell, from
Yokohama, S;30 a. m.
A.-II. S. B. Arlzonnn, Nichols, from
san v riHiciiro, h a, m.
Btnir. ChiudlOe, Bennett, froin Kntinl,
'til ii. ii).
Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Fr. bk. St, Rogation, llllanner, ror
Sound, p p. m. N
T SAILING TODAY t
I Slmr. Klnau, Gregory, Tor- Maul and
Hawaii, 5 p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, finni San Fran-
elsco, h. in.
1. M. S. S. Korea, from Yokohama,
U. S. A. T. Thomas, from Manila.
PIT II. H. A. TrnilQiMirl Tlirttnnu fin.,'
j v'ipi. juacser iiuou, .virs. t. w.
Hall and Infant, Mrs. A. L. Hump am!
I bfin Mlou 1,'ntKil.. lll.,nl t II 1,. .
I.-..., ....en ..... ,.,., .,, II, ll.lll,
Daniel McL. Crowley, Robeit F. Clay
.ton, II T, E.lwnids, Lieut. Copley
EniiB, Mrs. Enos nnd Infant, Lieut. Kit
T, l-rer, dipt. W. II. Gordon, (I. A.
Gipehwood. Mm nnmiiun,i i ii
Giaves; W. E. Illpde, F. W. L. Hum-
imrpy, rtirs. iiumpiirey, Miss Lillian
Hord, Daniel B. Ivoy, Mrs. Ivey, Frank
B. Kobes, Mrs. Jnnics F. Keernn, Thos.
Laffcrty, John W. Longuker, Lieut.
John W. Latlmnro, Mrs. Uitlmnro am!
child. Clll. f'hnrlnu W Mna,,., M...
Mason nnd three chlldrpii, H, E. Mid-
uieion, AiisH NfH, Alabee, L-. S. Mack
an. C. II. Mjers. JobujiIi B. Moody.
Mrs. David McKlbben, W. T. Noltlng.
Mrs. E. V. None3 nnd child, LlouL
Thomas I). Osborne, Mrs. Osborne and
Infant, -Lieut. O. P. Robinson, Mrs.
Robinson, Fred Rollins, Mrs. HoIIIiih,
Lieut. II. A. Reed, Mrs. Heed, Mrs.
Maude Rowell, Capt. Wright Smith.
Mrs. ROsa Wilght Smith, Mrs. (J. fj.
8yl;es. Mrs. Frank II. Shelley, Mm.
F. A, Samuelsnn, Mrs. Helen Stumpf
and child, Samuel S. Spahr, Mrs.
Spnhr nnd Infant. II. L. VaiigDn, Capt.
W. II. Waldron, Mrs. Wnldron, Lieut.
H. John West, Mrs. West and 2 chil
dren, Capt. John N. Wright Thon.
Wulsll. F. .1. U'nlilnr Trn Wn...
;v "-, .j. ..uii-ii.
Dr. Weathcrhead, Ensign Hussol Will
son, Laurence Young, Father O, M.
Zwack, Mrs. U J. Alvord, Mrs. C. W.
Ulvlns nnd ciilld, Mrs. Paul Eliirt
William Fly nn, Pedro Gachalln, Mrs'
C. T. Johnson, John F. Lehane, M. C.
Lowls, Mrs. W. F. Rhlnow uiM chili!
Venus Snltiis. Geo. II. Tyrcll, Mrs.
Per P. M. S. S. Kni-en, for San JTran
chco. Dec. C MIh-s Floroncu Dletrlck.
i!'. h A,l'ani8. K. C. Glllls and wife.
.Miss B. Helen Skolley, Mis. A. J. Bar
w" .L- Prpohbauin, M. (Ireciibnum,
Mrs. H. A. Field iind child, Sleg. Top
....? "'"'I'Tson, W. N. Bellinger.
I.. BaikhmiHen. C. H. Hopkins. Mrs. J.
L. Melocbo, MKH JosephliiP Lavldan,
It. M. Anthony, Mr. (lollusky. Mis. E.
L. Morlord. Mrs. R. Criiinpacjkcr. Hel
en Alorford, Miss Gomes, Frank 11
Greene urn! wife, Mrs. Michaels. P. 8.
Dawson It. .1. Medhury. S. Levy, Mm.
W. H, Hatlon, D. Dowsolt, II. R. Ber
ry. C. G. Dnllplltvnn ! 1) tl....... r
n '?l?a- 3l M' u'vy' Co1- Spaltllng.
' .w-.l)"n"in, L. Schumacher am!
wiib, i.oi Koon Muy, Mrs. Ellis, W. K
Burnham, Miss Floronco Harrison. IL
1). Mead, D. O. Tuylor.
Per ntmr. Clandliip, ror Mnul an I
Hawaii. W. Chnlmors. Mrs. Akana. J.
r. Cooke and wlfr, ll a mi.... n, i
iThorwn and wire, Mrs! Balley.'MIss I,"
Roberts, MIsb Mlllaklna, Mrs. Chung
Beo. MIrh m. Hit mi., i. m'i. ...,r
W. M. Aloxander, Mrs..!. How. Miss N
Dow, Miss M. Dow, Rev. L. Kroll and
wife, D. K. Kahnulello, Mrs. Mulvanv.
I'er stmr. Klnau, roC Kuuat. B.
Waciroiipr 11. w i --to, ci. if o,
tirt. W. G. Hull, L. u. l.yman, II. T.
iiKL-iiieii.r, iv, aiuaift.
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INCREASE IN SHIPPING
NEW YORK. N-. yTnov. 21. Tho
output or th shipbuilding plants or
thu United States lor the fiscal year
ending Juno 30th last was tho great
est In the history or the country, ac
cording to n statement by Rear Ad
iriliul Francis T, Bowles nt the nn
nual meeting or tho' Society or Naval
Architects nnd Murine Engineers In
thlH city yesterday. Rear Admliul
Bowles, wlio Is retired ami now pres
ident of tho Foro River Shipbuilding
Company uiuulso or the Boclety, said
Unit 1G47 vessels aggregating 014,
211! gioss .toiiH vvero built In Ameri
can ynrds within the year. Tho yards
on tho Great Lukes, which ho said
were protected by both geography
mid law, were the cllef contributors.
Tho Hawaiian band will lender Iho
following selections ut tho Boisldo
Hotel this livening nt 7:30:
March Mandy on tho Mnsli, .Thin Inn
Overturn Damn Valentine) .,,,. Suppo
Tho Palml or tho ScoiiIb. . . , Boccal'irl
Seh clIon-Faiist Gounod
Vocal-Hawaiian so'igs... nr. by Ilerger
Selectlon-Tlirpo Twins .... Hosckna
Waltz Mny I llnvo tho Pleasure ..
.-. .. Lluko
Flnsln Paraguay Dances ., Vnlvefdo
The Star Spangled Banner.
Sea Wrens, $ LOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St. ,