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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, DEC. 4, 1908.
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; MflWIC A V1PIF
f I WEEKLY CALENDAR I
$ Oceanic Staled Lloctloti of
2 'Hawaiian Third Degree.
1- m . i.i iHiiTrr ct
I srMUwn.vv ImHMHHmHHal
' ft Aloha Temple 5lated. , . 4
sr I UHDAV
Aloha Temple 5lated.
All visiting members uf the
Order qre coidlally Invited to
uttcud meetings of local lodges
I HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ci'rr Monday evening nl
7:30 lu I. 0. O. P. Hall, port Street.
J E. U. HENOIIY, Secrotury.
iii:n. v. vicunas, n. a.
All vljlllug brothers very cordially
"0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ewry tlrst ami third Frl-
'! day evening at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
' corner Pert nnd Heretaula. Visiting
, brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEEUINtl, C.C.,
J AS. V. WHITE, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, II. P. O.
E., 'will meet 1" their hall on Klnc
near 1'ort Street ovary Prlday even-
HENItY C. EA3TON,
WSJ II McINEIlNV, E. Ii.
Ww. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet' every 2nd and 4th Saturday
'ewnlhg at 7:20 o'clock In K. of I.
'" Hall, cor. Port and lleretanta. Visit-
vViiug biotlicrs cordially Invited to at
W. I.. PRA7.EE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.E.S.
HONOLULU AEIJIE 140, F. 0. E.
Moets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month al
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
DorctanlT nnd Port street!.
Visiting Eagles nre Jnvltcd to nt-
W. L. PRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
' HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mectn every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Kulghts of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. ARLEIOIt, Sachem.
A. E. MUnviIY, C. of It.
Only $4 each
Coyne Furniture Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
( donr by tha
T ' with their new FRENCH
t i dry-clcaninjj process.
2!v7 Beretania St. Tiione 1491.
; McTighc Favorite
The Best VhisI- Ions the ifMarkot.
1 THOS. F. JIcTIG;. ? &C0 AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
'PHONE 140 P. 0. POX 755
in n, brand new seven-scater. Call un
191 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
from us, besides
-. 113 'HOTEL ST.
" where you get
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and UNION.
Always Fresh at
Fort 'and King St.
INSIST ON USING
as it u
THE VERY ,BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS. FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. CaU up at any
tine by telephone any one of thJM
numbers: 2a0. 200. 1097.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands, ,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
TOR SALE AT ALL BARS
TELEPHONE 1331 i
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD. '
Fort and Queen bU Honolulu.
Tel. 410. -George G. Guild; Gen.'Mgr.
iQSJF- DULLETIN ADS PAY '-.
LOCAL AttD GENERAL
MP Sfou have Mot tried vbur hard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t '. n
Waut Ad. do thctrying.
No fancy prices at tha New England
Bakery, Hotel St.. -
Col Sam Norrls of Kan, Hawaii,
mllcil today In tho Mtfuna I.oa. ,
A collar pin engraved C. C. C, hnrf
bwn lost, See nd. In this issue.
'Shippers by Alameda of Mrs. Kenrns
Xuias preserves pleaso order early.
Dr. J H. II. Pratt and.il. A. Duncan
look passage In' the Miiuun I.oa todny
Tako your carriage or auiomooiie
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, fof
iililo-ilalo reVnlrs. '
M fine u white Leghorn rooster a
jou ever 8aW chne seen nt l!4l
South King sfreet. H
W P. Dra'ke, Coijector of Internal
Itcveuus. was nmong the outgoing pas'.
rcngers Itl the Malum" Eoa today.
Tho Mat pom Navigation company
steamer 'l.urltno sailed for this port
today ntnl-vtlll arrlvo'h'efe on the 11th,
AH kinds of beer, vines and mixed
drinks are served lu the best manner
at the Pushlou, Just give us a try.
There will bo a specfal vestry meet
ing at St. Clcmi'iit'B church tonight At
S o'clock. All vestrymen are requested
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Dr. Currlc, Dr. Mooro ninl Dr ltorfs
Moore, the latter an expert on Insanity
Irom the States, were callers on Act
ing Governor Mott-Smlth jesterday.
Payment has been stopped on check
No. 14tiU lira" n by the Chns. It. Pra
zler CO. on Dank or HaWatl, Dec. 2. All
parties warned ngnlnst negotiating
E. J. Sims, n sailor fr6m the Iro
quols, wan fined S20 and costs In the
Police Court this morning on a charge
of assault and battery on John A.
If jou wIkIi fruit shipped to tho
Coast so as to arrive by Christmas, be
sure to place your order with the Ih
land Prult Co , In time for the Ala
meda, sailing Wednesday next.
ir you don't Know exactly what to
get for Christmas, a visit to our Or
iental Department will quickly solve
the problem. An Immense assortment
of toys on hand. II. Hackfeld & Co.,
Oet your lunch at the New England
Dakery. Hotel street.
United States Attorney Dreckons
wilt Die the condemnation suits tomor
row for the purpose of acquiring tho
title to all tho WalklkCbeach property
en union tno new garrison there will
Reis & Qulnn are now looated at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
1997-Skort runt 50c and $1.0C By
the hour $5.00 Special rates ,for
snooping and callinir.
mere win ue a meeting oi tin wyic
bcction of the Men's League tonight In
Iho parlor of tho Central Union
church, at which there will be a dis
cussion of the Municipal Act. Judge
Kingsbury ami Senator C. 11. u;sVcy
will bo among the leading spcaknrr.
Subscribers ror the automatic tele
phone service are coming In'fuil.- The.
company contracts, not to charge a
cent for service tin til 1000 bona Tide
subscribers' are1 connected up. Don't
wait, but yet your name on the list nt
onfce. Office nt Waterhouso Trust Co.
Rev. Mr. McKcever, of the Christian
church, begins n series of talks to
young men' at the Y, M. C. A. tonight,
at 9 o'clock, after tho educational
classes have dlsmlsse'd. He will talk
tn "Energy" tonight, next Prlday on
Pluck" and Decefnber 18 on "Atten
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
A letter has been received from thu
Department of Commerce and Labor
ut Washington stating that John D.
Trcnor' called and" explained his plan
to bring laborers from tho states to
Hawaii. AKMstant Secretary W. II.
Wheeler expressed his gratification at
Tho quarlorly convention or tho
Toung people's Union 'will bti held In
Central Union Church Saturday even
ing at 7:30. MrsKnthcHno Lent Sto
venson will 'speak. 'Everyone sVJuld
avail themselves of this opptt'itiWly
of hearing Mrs. Stevenson. Every
body welcome. .
When the case of Lllla Kuattmoaha
In her suit for dlvorco ngalust her hus
bnml enmrt hpfnra .Tiiilirn Ita Unit fnp
trial yesterday, tho nstortlbhlng fact!
uuvciuiuu mill piuyu ui(j " Bllfl. "WUlt
started tho couple have' been living to
gether again. H appeared that the
hu'b'b'and hail sought his wife, promise
Ing'to do' right .In ,tho' future 'in'd" she
had forgiven hlhY. "This was unknown
to either of tho attbrneys'lif the' chso.
Judge DeJJolt gave-a lfcctiro 'on In
temperance to the hViBban'd, "dtlil ills
missed tho libel. "' ' '
preparing a' splendid rejiort ou lijs
trip to, tho Islands is t)iu news that'
the Governor sendsv Newell has stud
led the .Islands .thoroughly and wlli
the oxpert's precision, and his rejiorl
will probably carry a nurrihcr1'o: 'rec
6mmendntlofls, among dthers hl'lngtho
most .Important of nil to thu effect that
r. part of the reclamation fiunl ' ha
turned over for usb 'In this Temliny.
McBrlde Can Come Back -
The Governor states that ho will
probably return to HaWatl on the
ste'n.mer ledvlng'SanfPrancls'co Decern
her 28th. He' says that he has tteen
I ccpiug Mcllride, his secretary on tin
Jump with work, and also sais that lie
has arranged for return transput
lion ror tnat young man.
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Go,,
R2 R RrNu ST. HOWP. Mfl
THE BEST "UtitnS" DC T0WU.
INGRESS W MONDAY
' TWA8HINaTON, D.iC., Die1. 3. The Presldenl's message will bo rend
to Congress on Tuesday, as that body will ndjourn Monday In honor of
the late Senator Allison,
POUT AtI;lMtUCI!vUayH, Dec. 3. President Alexis, who Is ninety
years old, Is broken-hearted at'lfio"nttHude of "tho people. The city It
under control of n Committee of Public Safety,
en,ter tomorrow. ,
tul -r.. "
. PINE 11LWPP. Ark.., Dec. 3
broko today, and ai entire bk" of' busings' holiteV hi
itftnail itilllA I. nil. tln.ro Orifri.l nufilv 'Ttin.lAvnn la
at various points above to relieve tint pressure, on the city
1 z ' in' , - " - '
SEOUL, Korea. Dee. 3. Prince Ilo opened thp first Y. M. C. A. lu
this city today with milch ceremony. In tho presence of tho imperial
princes, state oluclnls, nnd consuls.
' ' i !" '4ii
BEACHED AFTER COLLISION'
VANCOHVEIt. 11. C Dec. 3. Tho steamer Charmer, In collision
with a barge, was benched In tlnte to leti Its hundred pnssengets land
hi safety! J
KOREA CARRIES '
I W V k
Brings Many Passengers
And Has Valuable
After waiting1 for some time olt the
harbor, the Pacific Mall liner Korea
docked at the Hackfeld wharf. She
made.a comfortable trip from Japan,
with' the exception of a few days dur
ing which,Bho had to buck high seas'.
She carries a large list of passengers
in the steerage, there being (135 Ori
entals, sixty of wliuin are for Hono
lulu., Among tho prominent passengers
who are going tluough Is the Hon. P.
A. Jay, Plrt Secretary of the United
States Embassy In Toklo. He Is go
ing to the States on leave of ab
sence. DrI'J. Takamlne, a well-
known Japanese physician or the city
of New.,York, is returning from Ja
pan, where he has been visiting ror
some tlnie. He Is not accompanied
by his wife, who Is an accomplished
Thu Honolulu passengers Included
W. Crulth, II A. Iluvlland, C. C.
Thompson nnd wife, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. llergln. E. O. Tresslse. W. D.
Wahlforth nnd wife, and M. Tokl
eda, who comes hero as manager of
the locaL branch of thu Yokohama
Tho Korea, Is carrying to the main
land C000 tjma of freight. This In
cludes a large shipment of sllkgoods
for the ChrlstmdR.ond New Year bcu
son. Seventeen hundred tons of
freight for. Honolulu Is being dis
charged tojlajr. There were llfty
tlirec bags jOf. mull brought r this
port. The Korea will contlnuo her
trip tomorrow jnorhlng nt U o'clock.
t IN SMITH 8 LEWIS
AnnoiIncempatl9?milj4by p,o law
r.mn nt .!.!. A.lt i.rti, that (inMin'pal
f Januay next L. 'J. Varrcn will ho
taken ltrtir'rhe(flrni'ln f'l moMber
shin. ' Mr. Warren'haa been "associated With
this leading law firm for several yo.irs
and handled .much of its important,
liindnpRa. Thn withdrawn! of Mr.
Meade In ofdo'to tako the manage
ment or tho' Planters' Labor and Statis
tical Bureau appareiitly'-made, aTl open
ing for which Mr. Warren' Was-tho log
ical successor. He Is one of;,the Wart
ten brothers who have a place for
themselves lti'')tonolulu business, nhd
- TN NATJONAL GUAHD
Piom now' on up until tho time of
the encampnienJu' 'Pe"lruay ' dlVtlie
companies of the National Guard will
compete for prizes' for tho best ay
tendancejat drlfjpronclency In ,ox
U'injedvcird'crs,ondJguur(l duty. There
arethfee yirea, offered, $40for Hie
man having 'tlie ljlgheit mark,, $20
for the second,and 110'for the thlrij.
Shooting (prmoijajs atthe new shoot
ing gallery, win 'continue, and tlje
year will be'flnlsliedup w'lt'h a grand
shoot for myuajHjit the Kakniiko
range. Acting Gove'fnor Molt'-Smth
Inspected thenew .Bhpotlng gallery
yesterday nnd tried out his marks
imiuslilp. , Out of five shots at tlie
liaerargejs'jlls Excellency nipped It
,once, And then decided to rest ou his
, , ,
Charges river MuweYa pllo of carih
In big Gatim .dam' and Inundates tho
Henry It. Mallor'y and Boston- cap
italists reorganlzo Morse's steaniBhlp
comblnoT' ' "
BROKEN - HEARTED
Tho revolutloulsls will
j-yer,leveo nt this point
iltses niis had to be all a n-
WELLS CAME BACK,
Unexpectedly Shows Up
With Two Witnesses
C. n. Wells of Waliukii ,ilid not stow
iwny on the lucbhitilg' Alameda, in'
fact ho was very much In evidence.
But lie enmo back very iMicxiuctcdly
this morning, when according to sched
ule, he should have been peeing tho
sight's In Egypt,.
Accompanying sir. wciih were liar
old Hnlv6rsen and Matt McCnnn, fo'r
iner residents of Maul, wlici will ho Im
portant wltnosbcs In tho damago Btilt
ugalnst the Wnllukti Sugar Company,
which is now being tiled in tho Maul
. When Wells went out on thu last
Alameda, hu said laiewell for n long
vacation. According to nil appear
unces Mr. Wells did not tell nil his
plans, nnd, having found the; material
witnesses ho wsb looking for, he Im
mediately returned to tho rcene of 'ac
tion. Just whnt place Halvorseu uud Mc
Cann have in thu schumo or tho do-
lenso Is not known. Hut they, with
Wells, go to Waliukii on the first boat.
Mr. Wells' family Is waiting ror him
rcross' the water and when he re
turns the Egyptian tour will be start
ed. THANKS EXTENDED
TO WILLING WORKERS
At tho regular meeting of tho
Free Klndergaitun and Children's -f
-fAld Association held this morning
a hearty vote of thanks was
passed for Mrs. .1, T. Luwis, who
so kindly volunteered her sor- -f
vices In tha preparation of the
"Miser's Mill": to thu members
of tlm cast including the prlti- -f
r clpal characters nnd tho children;
to the motliers 'who so heartily
coop6rated, the chapcrones, the
-t- musicians, the ushers, the ladles
f and the gentlemen who tended
the door nnd all those who In any -f
Wnv gave their time nnd strength
to help niako the entcltatnment a
All tho returns nro not yet-In,
hut It Is believed that fully $600 4
will bo realized from tho untor-
WAY OF THE WORLD
"I understand tho Neweds tire hav
ing tumble,'' remarked the spinster
hoarder. "Some ueonln takn her mirt.
nnd somo others side, with hint.'
"And 1 suppose," growled tho scanty
haired bachelor at thu pedal extrem
ity of tho mahogany, "there rtro n
few ecceptrlq people who mind their
own business." ,
ABOUT THE SAME
"Always falling out of your alr
bhlp," remarked the friend "Why, 1
inn iintonlilied, You told me' you wero
ut homo n (he machine." "That's
Just it," sighed the henpecked Inves
tor, "I am nlwayH falling out at
STOPPING THE 8UPPLY
ruilmnn. Ilnll,, ,1,1 mnnl n., ..H
idv cook stJUJ Subbubs:, No; I have
nit got her 'still, lmt' I've-got hor hot-
tie; roiinil u hidden lu the cellar and
sho's wiher Just nt present. Phlladel-
WE FIT, Grind, -and Repair
Glasses scientifically to re
lieve strain arid improve' the vision.
M t QfciTfc'J-tM"rii-'Jit 5Hl----l-l-''J r li- "'-- -JLl i
IN FOREIGN 'PORTS
Prld.v. December 4.
NEWCASTLE Hailed Nov. 29:
Nor. H. S. Mathilda, for Honolulu.
SAN I'UANOIHCO Hailed Dec. 4:
3. 9. Lurllnc, 1 p. in., for Honolulu.
SAN rilANCISCO Anlved Hoc. I:
IT. a. Texan, rrOm llllo, Nov. 17.
KAHI'LUI--8iillid, Nov. 21): .
H, H, Santa Itlta ror Port Harford.
Prldny, Dec. 4
Tempcratnres C n.,m., 70; 8 n. in.,
73; lu a. in., 75; noon, 78; morning
Barometer. 8 n. in.. r.J.00: nbsolutd
humidity, 8 ii. m., S.84 grains ficr
cubic root; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
f" per cent; de,w point, 8 a, m., 01. '
Wind 0 n. m velocity 8, direction
N. E; 8 n. in., velocity 12, direction
N. H.; 10 a. in., velocity 12, direction
N. E.; noon, velocity 12, direction N.E.
llnlnrall during 21 hours ended S a,
Total wind movement during 24
hours elided ut noon, 198 miles.
WM. U. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Woatber purean.
THE dllJ VI'SBEL Marlon Chlicotl'.
Cnpt. C. O. Anderson, arrived today
from Gavlota alter u passage or 13
rtays. She brought 14,000 barrels of
til for local people and they are being
discharged at tho railroad wharf. St
is oxpectod that she will complete dis
charging tomorrow nrtornoon, when
she will leavo direct tor Gavlota. The
Chllcolt passed tho bulk Emily Whit
ney yesterday afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
TEE FOMl-MASTBDVcliooner Alice
Cooke urrhed in port yesterday after
ix thlrty-flvo dnys run from Aberdeen,
She Is laden with nearly a' million feet
of lumber tor Lowers & Cooke, and
Is now lying ut tho Bishop wharf,
whero hor deck load will bo taken olf.
FOR UNCLE SAM
Thn flrt ilnllvnrv . nviitrnli,l miIII?
from tho San Francisco ilopot, for nso
of tho United States troopa tn the Phil
ippine Inlands, Iiuh Just hecii complut-
nil Tlllt irnVltl-llllWtnt nilflt-ilml l)m nnn.
--- .v. , i. . (. (Ill llll if IHU till-
tract to tho BoiMen Condonsed Milk
uompany on its "I'loncer" brand, in
truiiijieiitiun nun many iiiuerH. 1 no
flrttl Hlillitnpnt tn M-inltti imiirlHi
1B00 enses. A local Jobber has also
iiecn awiiriicu a contract lor a snip.
lllcllt (if COO (-1HI.H n- thn "IMnnnni."
brand, to go by transport sailing. No-
Thu selecllou of this brand on basis
of quality, for government use, Is very
gratifying to thu Boiden company,
which has all along maintained the
quaiiiy.ot -rioneer' wen above tho ro
t'.tilremonts or tho National and Htnto
puro food laws. Tho evaporated milk
question has for somo tlmo occupied
much time and attention, owing to de
mands from honui miiiiufiietuiers that
the standard be lowoiod but recent ac
tion by Statu and National oUlclals In
dicates that thu Mnmlaid us originally
fixed will be adhcied to; lu fuct, the
Statu authorities hnvo gono on iocokI
In an nlllclnl bulletin to this effect.
Heretofore thu milk purchased by
tho government for uso In the Phlllii
pines haH been bought in tlio East and
shipped from Eastern dopot's, hut fol
lowing out its policy of buying as close
as possible, to tho point or manufac
ture, It Is understoo: that In future
tho government will confine purchases
of milk for uso lu tho Philippines to
Chief of Police Blggy trlej to Uiirt
I'.egllgenco In Haas caso by preferring
charges against Duke, Burke and Bohl
Hnrrlnmn securities ndvanco on ap
plication of Southern Pacific company
to list now common btock.
The Weekly Edition of the'Evenlng
Bulletin glyet a complete summary ol
tha raws of the day'
Collar plu, engraved "C. C. C." Will
tliir finder kindly loavo ut Bulletin
NEW - TODAY
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES
Consignees ordering rrelght by
Bulling vessel nro hereby notified that
thu BKtne. "Coronado" will go on
the loading berth at San Francisco
on the lflth Inst, nnd will bo dis
patched for Honolulu on or about
the ::ut Inst.
WM. (.. HtWlN & QO LTD.,
Agents, Bktue. "Coronado."
NOTICETO NUUANU WATER CON
SUMERS. Until further notlco wutor for Irri
gation purposes mny bo used on Tues
day iin'd Priduy of each week as fol
lows: West of Nuuunti Avenue 8 to 10
Eust of Nutinnu Avenue 3 to I.
J. M. LITTLE,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Works, 4 174-1 1
(.-..l.lrtv nnnAtillmr 4.
O. H. S. Alliiiiedn, fioin Han Prnn
Isco, a. ni.
H. S. Km on, Zecdor, from Japan, 11
.Thursday. December 3.
Slmr. Klunu, (liegory, for Kuual, 6
p. m. '
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Lynanl, for San
I'ranclsco, 3 p. in. .
Prlday, December I.
Htmr. Mamiii Lou, Hlnierson, for
Komi nnd way ports, 12 noon.
j. r f-
Htmr. Chiudihu, lleiinctt, for llllo
fitd way ports, 5 p. in.
-(NQ T0M0RR0W ,
S. S. Korea, Zeedcr, Tor Han Pran
cNco, u, m,
! DUE TOMORROW
Slmr. Muima Ken, Preenian, from
llllo, a m.
Per H. H. Alameda, from Han Prim
ilseo, Dec. -I. Miss Alice -P. Heard,
Miss Irene lltackbtirn. W. O. Brad- .
lorde. J, Ililtlen, Mrs II. II. ll,lugtim,
W. W- Cnrlylo, dipt. J. C. Caslner.
Mrs. W. O. Clark and child. Mrs. Vic
tor Collins, child and maid. Miss Mary
U Cook,:. 11. Dcncch.iuJ. J. I). Deven
lorr, Mrs. DovcndorL Misses Doven
lorr (2), Miss Grace Pelkur. C. 11. Per
rls, Major P. W. Poster, Mrs. Poster,
Dr. P. E. Prates. W. P. Gohlns, Mrs.
Goblns. It. C'llalverseii, .1. II. Howell,
Mrs. Howell, Miss Margaret J.'Kratz,
M. McCaun. C. McLennan, Mrs. Mc
Lennan, L. Mathews, Mrs. S. Mathews,
1 Page, Mrs. Page, It. Qulnn, Mrs. A.
H. Illee-, Mrs. M. A. Hllva, Mnster all
vn, Francis I). Smith, Capt. Sturge-i,
l-o .1. Stnrges, Dr. lA-ander Van Onl
en, Miss Emcllo Van Orden, Mrs. P. M.
Wakefield. C. II. Wells, Miss Helen K.
Wilder, Isolds Wilson, Mrs. A. Calhoun
mil two children.
Win. Ilohmejer. Master Win. llohmy
fr, Miss (1, A. Hughes, Miss A. Imal,
P H. iHlinm. Mrs. T. S. isham. M. P.
.lacohsen, P. A. Jay, Dr W. Y. Jones.
Mrs. W. Y Jones. Mrs. M. M. Klrkman,
Miss Leo Jew Daw, Miss Leo Jow
Fung, Mrs. Low Shoe, Y. Mityeda, Mrs.
Y. Mayeda nnd servant, Hugh Miller,
Mrs. Hugh Miller, Master William Mil
ler, Muster Hugh Miller and servant,
Mrs. H. A. Moffett mid Infant. Muster
.lames MolTttt. P. A. Perry, Mrs. P. A.
Perry, Miss lva Perry, Muster Orson
Perry, Dunmaii W. Boss, Dr. II. Scott.
Carey Scott, Dr. E. M. Shcpanl, .1. W.
Sleeper, Mrs. J. W. Sleeper, llov. E. E.
Sllllmnn, Mrs. E. K, Slltimau. Miss
uatlierluo stlllman, II, It, Spencer, J.
Takamlne and servnnt, O. Teruwlssen,
Kills W. Trent, Joseph E, Warner,
Langdon Warner, Mrs, E. c. Weather
wax. Per P. M. S. S. Korea. Sondbcrg.
from Japan. Dec. 4, For Honolulu: J,
I. llergln. Mrs. J. J. llergln. W. Cralk.
II. A. Iluvlland, C. C. Thompson. Mrs.
C. O. Thompson, M. Tokledu, E. G.
lIonohiluTrcBHlsc, W. I). Wnhirortli,
Mrs. W. D. Wiihlfoilh. Through: Miss
L.-A. Benjamin, Mrs. P. G. Bland. Miss
S. Bland, Miss Bland. A. C. Ilryer. M.
Cncclu, Chow Chung Lung, C. W. Clif
ton, A. II. Collbran, Mrs. John Cooper,
Hev. W. S. Davis. Mrs. W. S. Davis.
Master Webster Davis, P. DeardorL
Mrs, P Dcardorr, Mrs. Chas. Deerlng.
Dr. O. A. Dorsoy, MIbs F. Eckhardt.
Miss M. Evans, A. Pjuconnler, Guo.
Ferry. Pong Yuen Lung, C. W. (lehr
Ing, Mrs. O. W. Oohrlng. Citvler L
Glover, L. 11. Ornves, Mrs. L. B.
Graves, Miss D. G. Graves, W. Gray,
H. W. GrosB, Mrs. H. W. Gross, Mrs.
M. E. Hagln, Miss Edith tlagln. MIsb
Fanny Hagin, Mnstoi- Daniod Hagln,
Mrs. Ward Hall, Win. Hohmeycr. Mrs.
j PA3SENQER8. DEPARTED f
Per fctmr. Mnuna I.oa, Himerson, for
Konn and way portB, Dec. 4.-Geo.
KohorlMin, J. P. Brown. Dr. J. s. B.
Pralt, It. A. Duncan, Col. Sam Norrl.i.
P. Gelsekn. W. rtn.nn I V...... I.- r
Walker, Mr. IlulveiBo'n, J, g. Suiithi
v. i--. uraue. A. Ilaneburg. C. 11. Wells,
Mr. McCuiiun, E. K. Modder, Mrs Uuv
Idson and 2 children, Bella Joseph.
Per stnir. Klnau, for Kauai, Dec. 3.
B. Wnsgoncr. II. W. M. Mist, W. H.
Stewart, W. G. Hall, L. D. Lyman, H.
. mi j semeii, i--. v. Muaze.
j PA83ENOER8 BOOKED f
Per S. H. AlnniKiin r ti.. i....?
r. -, .... .mil i-iaii
(Isco, Dec. 9. 10 a. in. Mrs. Hyder
Miss A. L. Sours. Mr. llatton. (1. C.
Miller. Miss I). Woodward. Miss l A.
Lennox, Mr. and Mrs. If. M. Coko and
1 children, Win Kent, wire and chil
ill en, Mrs. .1. M, Petto and 2 children
C. II. WelR J. C. Cohen nnd wife. .1.
W. Hath, wife nnd son. Miss Esther
Jordan. A. P. Slndeliaud. L, M. Sears
II. K. Adams, P, 8. Dowson, C 1L
Groi gc, P. 1 v l.i.
Per atmr. Claudlne, for Maui nnd
Hawaii, Dec. 4.-W. Chalmers, -Mo,
Aknnn .1. P. nnnlf,, n.l .. lr.. -.. .'
Giles, T. J. Thorsen and wife, Mtb Hall
."v, in, ming .oil! Akhia
Mrs. Chung See, Miss M. Bat. Mh ,
Mncndo,.W. M. Alexander, Mrs
Dow Miss N. Dow. Miss M. Dow, Uuv.
IlnlC W'f"' "' K' "-"-"-".
Col. Z. S Spalding. P. w. rJolirnin. I.
Schuhiachor uml wlfo. Lo Koou Muv
Mrs IC,H ,lW E. nnrnh am .Z Mnu'
rlco HiirrUon. It. D. Meade. I), a. Tay
lor. J. Matcalllno.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4CycTo
, Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES p. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, ,
ikMb-i..l SUA. Ifc. i ,. I
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