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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1! SATURDAY, DEC. 12. 1908.
I WEEKLY GALEHDAR !
I lawalian stated .
Oceanic Third Degree.
Hortolulu Commandery Reg-
ulnr 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
N, 1 UKUAV
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
Otdor nre cordially Incited lo
attend meetings of ImcaI lodges
'HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meats every Mondiy evening nt
7:80 In 1 0. 0. r. Hall, Tort Stroet.
E. II IU:XD11Y, Secretary.
HEN. r. VICICEUS, N. a.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of V.
Meets every first aud third Frl
day evening nt 7 30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
cornel l'cit nnil Ileretnnln. Visiting
brothers lordhlly Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEEUING, C.C..
J AS. W. WHITE, K.Il.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge. No. CIO, D. I'. O.
E., villi meet In their Irill on King
near Port Strett every I'rlday even
ing Hy order cf tho E. n.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
V U 11. McINERNY, E. II.
V7;n. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o clock in K. of P.
. Hall, cor Port nnd Heretnnla. Visit
ing brolliviH cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. rilAZEE, CC,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mists on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretauln nnd Tort streets.
VlsZilni n.-irrlpfl tirn tnvltf.it in nt.
W. I,. FRAZEH, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
i days of cich month at Knights of
Pythias Hull Visiting brothers cor
dial!) Invited to attend.
A. Ii AKLEIOII. Sachem.
A. E M.UIIPIIY, C. of K.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
r R E N C H LAUNDRY
with their new I-'RENCH
257 Brrctama St Phone 1401.
The Best W!nkc7 on the Mnrkot.
TH0S F. KtTIOHE & CO.. AGEN1S.
101-105 KING ST.
niONS 140. T 0. BOX 755
in a brand new seven-sealer. Call up
101 or 1458 and a3k for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE fiom Saturday,
5th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
C0NTRCT0R md BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office : Honolulu r.-iintinc Co, 221
King St.; P 0. Box 014.
' KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in FVrr.ituie Mattresses
Etc," Etc All 1 nds of KOA and
HUSSION FURNU'URE Made T(
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in to'va.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hote'l St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that nt 9
ii clock a in Saturday, January 1
1'iD'.) them will bit bold nt public mic
tion under the Provisions of Part 7
tCnsli Preehuldi), Land Act 1895,
(KtMtlonn J21-J2S Inclusive, Revised
I.aus of Hawaii), nt tlit olllie of Hie
Hub-Agent of tlm rourtli laud Dla-
tilil, Kahiilul, Maul, the foltowliu;
lol of tlio public land of Wnlnkoa,
Lot No Art'i I'pset Price.
.1 2S II Acre .... $200.00
i sr. u ah ex . jino.oo
r. . 27.11 Acus ... $160.00
These lots me ilnssed us pastoral
.Maps of the lots mid full particu
lars ns to nccussnr) qualification of
purchasers, etc , may h obtained nt
tile olllcp of tin- undersigned or nt tin
ofllctt of the Hub-Agent of the Fourth
Land Dlstilct Kaliulnl, Maul.
(HIr ) IAMES W 1'ItATT.
Couiinls doner of Public Land.
Honolulu Oaliu December 10, 1908.
41 SI Dec. 12, 2G.
Everything new. Goods received
on the Alameda. Most complete as
sortment we have ever shown.
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and UNION.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
DUCKS AND GEESE.
FOR SALE AT ALL SABS
TELEPHONE. ,331, p
STILL THE BEST
Old Koiia Coffee
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., sLTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P, L. FE
p c at , ,-v-.
ASSESSMENT NO. 9
in tho Harrison Mutual Benevolent
Association due Dec, 1C, 1908, de
linquent Jan in, 1909. All assess
ments are pajahlo at tho Secretay's
olUco, Kaplolanl Building, King and
The Weekly Edition rt Jh Evening
Bulletin gives a eomplett summary of
the news the day.
LOCAL AND iENEIH
If,' yon haye a bmirifss opportunity
in iffir. ttfrilt rnTiAh1v..in Bul
letin want advertising it and it
will appeal to the right person.
AC Thn'rlow for a lunch or "dinner,
K. E King leaves shortly for Syd
ney r , r r,
Handkerchiefs at Whitney
Mnjor rfnd .Mrs. Eostcf arc nt the
Young hotel. , ,
MUh Jessie Kaufmanu la busily civ
gaged wrlilng it nuw novel, g
: Engage table- at the Courtland for,
jour Sunday dinner, l'liuo 93, t i
MjibIc by Kaniy band, tongiit at
Kerr's. Santa Claus will dance the
jlf oitinro looking for nny of your
frlend;i go to tho "Tro Jacka" .pnd
William -McKlnloy Lodge, No. 8, K.
of P., will meet In Knights of Pjthtas
hall thtvaturday evening a 7:30.
Rids In the HWellStudebaker drhen
by the expert chaffeur, II. T. I.utz.
Phono, 19E Koyol Hawaiian Oarage, '
VHavo yo'ur typewriters ana machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., 'Ltd ,
Fort and Merchant ctrcelg. Tale
Waller I)olo of tho Ienuo ofllco
raided a ipoonshlno .distillery out In
the neighborhood of Walmea the other
Tho band will play this (Saturday)
cflcrnooii nt tho Chinese fair on Kort
street. Sunday concert tomorrow at
Coat our Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will ba surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feoil Co., ugents. '
Monday nioni will give awny to pur
chaser.! of goods to the amount of one
dollar n very handsomely decorated
plaque for wall decoration.
W. O. Smith Is quoted as saying that
tho ou, look for the work of J. I). Tre
nor, In seeking labor Immigration from
the United States, Is very bright.
Pau Kn liana Is a pure soap with
Ingredients "which reach tho dirt In
the corners. No other soap does what
is accomplished by Pau Kn Hnnar At
The flz in tht soda water made by
the Consolidated Soda Water Works
Co. Is alwas In evidence nnd 1b tho
leason why people enjoy It more than
any other make,
Beis & Qutnn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short rani 60c, and $1.00 By
the hour $6.00 Soeeial rates (or
shopping and calling, . ,
Slop in at saens, and see the low
prices "on ha aUractlvo holiday goods
on display next-week.( Specials for
Tuesday and Wednesday nre offered at
33 1-3 'per cent discount.
, Exqulstto-jChtna, from ,lho world's
centers,, personally selected for the
Christmas trade may be found at W.
W. Dlmond & Co.'s storo on King St.
No prettier present can be made.
Thurlow'i Royal. Annex for.meali.
The trustees of the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association bold, a meeting
jeBtcrday morning nt which the tariff
revision was tho, sojo topic of discus
fclon, according tor W. O. Smith, tho
Alfred Hillings, for many years ccf
nected with the Polk-IIusted Directory
Company, Is down from the Coast to
take up the work of compiling for the
1909 Rlrectory, ,IIe will be associated
with Mr. Robinson, ...
Get. the best of everything and there
will be no regrets., afterward. The
Territorial Messenger bo)s never
make a mistake In the address, or
uftcstlon the importance of a message.
Ring up. telephone 3G1.
Two, hundred and .forty-three new
Regal models this winter for men and
womqnovery one perfect lo style, aud
In, tho Regal quarter,hlzoa,at $3,60, $4
pnd $S. ,, Christmas certificates sold
lieru.-to any omoun(, , Itegal Shoe
Slore, McCandless building. . ,,
C. O. Onllentyue leaes for. the
mainland. byj; the, Siberia, Decoinber 2G,
to huyinateral for the King Bt,re'el ex
tension of the, read to tl)-Pear( Ha
borrIlAal,Btatton1.IlQ will also look
up.'moro pawerfnl molpra,.fQrrthc ca's.
Tjlie irejec jOfaii. extension around'
Diamond jlleaa is stiy Injno future
"A" Orowln'g Personality,.,, .Amid
Changing. r'ushlons' wlll.be tho sub'
Ject o( Rov, John W.( Wadman's ser
mon, in tho First Metliodjs't Episcopal
church tomorrow at 11 a. m. and at
7:30 p. m. Jiewllldellyej-an addr.ss1
ru -uuservaiions ana impressions or a'
Recent- Malnlaiu) Tour." The publl'ci
Ie cordially, Invited. , r
License Inspector Tcnel discovered
i, "blind pjg'i rampant at, tho Artillery
iami qt.Waljtll, .and sthe. quality of
.the booze Jbnt i"s soldvthere,,ls,sal.dto
txceqdjjilmoijt any.thjng ,when l( cpnies
to tho amoiiu of alcohol used. It was
lold under tho nanie of "Malt." Major
Wlnslow has stopped the sale of the
stuff at theCamp and an order for 1C0
harrels",thathad gone.iorward to tho
Coast has, been countermanded by
eauie'j - -t
- -. "..? t .
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W.-Ahana Co.,
LIMITED l-, ;
62 S. KING ST.r ' i r PHONE, M5l
THE BEST "FTTTEBS" IN TOWN,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 11. The House has pasicd the legisla
tive, JudlctaJand, executive appropriation bills. An outlay of $31,G0r.
320, -for rl'vrrs and harbors Is -provided for. N v ,
Congress has declared In favor of the Issuance of $fi00, 000,000. In
bonds forv"tho lmproement of waterways. '
A resolution has been IntrodiicoJ In tho House foT the appointment
of a committee to consider tho means
message, .dealing with the secret wrvlco. , , ',
, The House Is opposed to tho President's older withdrawing the ma
rines from, .ships. ,
HIGHER COURT RELEASES HEQEMAN-
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. II.--TI10
liegeman, formerly president of tho Metropolitan Life Insurnnce .Com
pany, who was convicted of perjury, the ground being Insunicteniy of
BUILDING TAPT'S CABINET
WASIHriOTON, D. C pec. 11.
lm'l a. conference today on the com
confer With Hoot Saturday, , ,
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. ll. Thq nmendment Increasing the
salaries of State officers was carried by two votes,
GREAT RUSSIAN LOAN
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Dec,
external loan. of $21!r,,000,000. - ,
Tf HE HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO. will change its
f name of business by the first of the year, and it will
be known u, ,?.jj , . , tt , ',
M. E. SILVA UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT,
- ' tM ffS
!. tf fX?'v,
, All New and Fancy Bound. Delightful stories (or chil
dren. Ask to see "Dorothy and the Wizards of Oz" and the
New Harrison Fisher Book. ,
Pretty Paper and Linen Picture Books.
ALL LATEST POPULAR FICTION
Christmas Cards, Stickers, Tags', Etc., Etc.
OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
. M. 1 . -
Dy I lie closo score of 12 to 10, tho
girls of the Kalulanl school won their
mini straight game or nasKetuaii ircim
tho Royal School yesterday afternoon
Tho championship laurels thus rest
vllth the Kalulanls.
It was not an easy victory for the
Kalulanls, by a long way, Th,o Royal
School plajers were on their mctnl and
they contested uery point with vigor.
Their defense was, particularly good
bud Boveral times It looked as though
they might break the hbidoa that'heldl
tbem In Its mesh, and wring one vic
tory from the Kalulanls.
Tho lineup was as follows: .
kalulanls Mok'tha'na Daniel and'
Mullang Aim, baskets; Llzzlo limwn
end Mary Mc.GuIrO, guards; Mabel
Cqrdes and J ujlakl,, centers; Sarah
Nakookoo andjiilla Alapal, llnes'men;
Rosle Ron an, captain, nnd Roslo ncllv
manager. , ,.,,, ,
Ro)als I.lbblo Robinson and Eva I
Kananui, baskets;. 'Sarahs Stone ahd!
Annie Jlohu.v guards;. LHUe Watsop
and &ary Ann Kala. centers; Itoso,
Mahoney nnd Ena Keluaa", linesmen;
Llbble Itoblnspn, captain, and Annle(
llohu. mauagen ..,..,.
' a n.n
fte a Wifi s S o o n
Will Be Oh J
The Sea Wrens are expected hero
shortly after the first of the year.
They were, shipped from the factory
last Thurbday and ,wjll arrive hero
Just as soon as train and steamship
can deliver them. '
Arrangements have been made
bath for tliof purchase of Balls nr.d
mams. , uieseiiavo uecn secureu. ni
ft, figure considerably less than Hit
owners expected to be forced to pay,
and there Is Joy In the
camp In .consequence.,
It Is probable that, beforo tho
end of January, there will bo n squad
ion of Sea Wrens cruising about In
these waters. The men who ordcrod
the craft are very. Impatient for ther
arrival, and once the porta do arrive,
no time will be lost In getting tbem
of dealing with that portion of the 1
-- h. ?
Supremo Court has freed J, n.
President Roosevelt and
position, of Tnft'a Cnblnct.
l'l. The Duma hns authorized nn
.,' y vi j
4 ' M
Will Be Held (
Tho following have entered for the
walking race tomorrow morning. The
raco will start nt 11 o'clock and tho
courso tf bo from tho Junction of
Kalakaun avenue and King street, to
the Walklkl Inn nn Knlakaua avenue:
Veteron class, for those over blt
jcars or age-S. II, Wobu, Captain
Walker and Captain Ulack.
Heavyweight cIbbs, for thoso v.-elgh-lug
over 210 pounds Charlie Lambert,
Matt HefTern, Isaac Cockett, Mark
Houghtalllng, Otto Winkler, Nate
Spencer, Harry Lake, II. E. Server and
A. V. Clear.
. Open class, for those weighing less
than 210 pounds and undor slxtj ycaiB
of ago II, M. Ayrcs, I.ch. Petrlo, J. A.
McCormnck, Adnilrnl ,Almy, P. J.
Walsh,, J. A. McLi-od, Eben Loyv, Joe'
Perelrn,,Sojn Hop, Hung Chuck, Harry
Auld, E. Gibson, Dick Sullivan, W. E.
McTlglie, Joo Francis, Ilarrj Knell,
Frank Poteiuon, Vicar l.lnd, Henry
Wltthor, Jim Pollock nnd J. K. Kaulla.
n a a .
THE FOLLOWING cargo' was
brought In by tho kMnuni Kea this
morning:, 8 crates celery, 9 packages
ige'tnblen. 4G sacKst'aro' 30 Backs' po
tatoes, 4 crates chickens, 8 pigs. 2, bai
,rels yvlnoj.fi. bupdles hlcjes. 14 barrels
,ond lHais'nudy )'ottles, 19 kegs,
30 curds wood, 167 pieces koa, 320
lies, c:9 Backj (lour, 143 packages sun
dries. rt B It U H U JJ H j: Jl u 8 u Jl 11
together and the boats into shape- fir
ciulslng. , IW, '
(Already there Is considerable talk
or regnttas,.,iind jaehlsmeu bellovo
,that the urrlvul or the Sea Wreus will
give a wondeirul Impetus n (beli;,(a
-" - i j . i -
is the onlv.solid foundation for a sue.
Vtf v 'I I
yuclillng;"MW-lUs(nes. ,,,8 'satiffy our.pa-
uvua wucucver poisioie.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, December 12,
SAN FHANCIHCO-Salled Dec. 12:
llkttiu. Irmgard, for Honolulu.
Sp, WSP. Frye, for Honolulu.
H. H. Enterprise, for Illlo.
1 Friday. Dec. 11. 1908.
NAGASAKI Sailed, Dec. 10:
,tl, 8. T.lllx, for Honolulu.
31JATTLE Sailed, Dec. 10:
., a, a. uyaucH, ror lionniuiu,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Dec. lit
8 a, m S. S. Korea, henco Dec. ft.
SAN I'RANCISCO Salted Dec. ill
2 p. m., 8. S. Tenjo Mnru, for Ho
nolulu. Thursday, December 10,
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Dec. 10:
Pr. Sp. 'i.aenncc, from 'Knhulul. , ,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 10:
U. S. A. T. TbomaB, hence Dec. 3.
Wednesday1, Dec. 9, 1908,
YOKOHAMA Sailed, 'Dec :
S. S. Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu
S, S. Nippon Mam, .for Honolulu.
SAN r'RANCtBCO-Snllod Doc. 9:
S. S. M,lssourlan, for Snllnh Cruz.
S.Vl-INA CRUZ Sailed Dec. 9:
S. 8. Virginian, for San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. :
Tuesday, December 8.
9AI.1NA CRUZ Arrived Dec. 7:
8. 8. Mexican, from 8an Francisco'
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 8:
S. S. Hllonlnn. hence Dec. 1.
SEATTLE Arrived Dec. 8:
8. S. Alaskan, from San Francisco
' "Friday, "December 4.'
NEWCASTLE Sailed Nov, 29:
Nor. 8. 8. Mathilda, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Salled.lH'C. :
S. S. I.urllue,.l p. in., ror Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 4:
S. S. Texan, from Illlo. Novv 17.
KAHULUI Sailed Nov. 29i
S. 8. Santa Rita for Port Harford.
Wednesday, December 2.
SYDNEY Arrived Dec. 1:
S. 8. Aornngl, hence Nov, 15,
Tuesday, December 1.
SEATTLE Hailed Nov. 30!
8. 8. Columbian, for San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 1:
1'. M. 8. 8. Mongolia, 2 p. m , for
Monday, November 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 28
Schr. II, C. Wright; ror Mahukona.
S. 8. Mexican, for Salina Cruz.
8. S. Alameda, 1 p. in., for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 30:
S. 8. Tcnyi) Mnru, ti n. in , hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 28:
8 S. Manchuria, hence.
MANILA Arrived Nov. 24:
U. 8. T. Dlx, hence.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Nov. 30;
Schr. Uangor. hence. .
FAIR IN SESSION
Interesting and Pretty
Articles Placed ,
On Sale '
Ono ol tho best Chinese falrsove r
held in Honolulu Is being given on tlm
f.iounds or tho Chinese church on Fort
ctreet. The giouuds nre urtlstlcally
decorated nnd the booths attrnctlvp
The )oung ladles, who look(after vn
ilous booths are, nttlrcd In their best
Chine-so costumes. They' all speak
good KnKllsh aud r.ie guests, there
fore, feel at homo.. t
tho nrst thing that attracts tho at
tuition or tho visitor Is the giant lion
which Is, mounted near ,tlio entrance
to tho main hall, Tho king or nnlnuli1
le watched over by All iiau 1.1, son of
Dr. 1.1. Hols armed with drum, which
he heats upon tho nppioach of a vlt
Itor, As ono enters tho hull, onq is con
fronted .With., tho beauty on nil sides.
i'1'lio , first booth is Hawaiian wleip
Hawaiian lels, calabashes, fans, lints
mid other articles nre exhibited for
rnle. Directly mnkal or this Is the
fancy illower booth, It contains paper
Powers of nil colors, mado by Clilnese
b'l'rls, Kvvn of this booth Is the nat
uial plant booth. Thu Euiopoan fanc
boot hcnntnliiH some o; tho most vnlu
fblu nrtlelCH on exhibition. The candy
booths, both OilenUI und Occidental,
r.ro most frequented by tho children.
In tho rhliieso fancy booth aie u num
ber of flno drosses, Their prlccB aro
btgll hut the purchasers last night
wcro maily. Tho Chinese doll booth Is
one of thu most Intciesting In the
whole show. Thu Chinese Jackets
booth, which Is ably superintended by
Mrs Finnic Damon, Is thu main attrac
tion of tl(o fair, v
In the Ewu portion of tho building,
uro, stands. for tho laiiteiu painter and
lottos writer. Tho lantern painter Is
Wing Keo, who Is 10 jeara of nge.
, The Chinese Y, Mg. C. A. building
llio first of Its kind over erected oc
(ordln? to Mr. Damon, Is especially
set aside ror Chinese luiith, In charge
of C, K A. In tho rear or this build
ing Is thtCIilncbu thealilcalro dm. It
Is appioprlutely ilecoiatuil. Peilorm
ers will entertain thu visitors tonight.
A grand parade or children vvjll ho
among tho Intel esjfng events to bo
given tunight, .
- Bulletin, Business Office FJione 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189,
ISaturday, December 12.
It. M, 8. Muana, Morrlsby, Ironi Vnn
i Oliver, 2:30 p. til.
.Frldny, December 11.1
Slmr. Clnudlue, ror Maul and Illlo,
5 p. in. l
U. 8. A. T, lluford, rrom San Fran-
:lsco, n. m. , , . .
Stmr.'AV. a. Hall, from Kuiial ports,
t. ni. -
Stmr. Mlknhala, frVjm Maul and Mo
lokat ports, a. m. ,
Per retmr. Mnunn Kou rrom Illlo,
Dec 12. J. J. Uergln, Miss S. I'rlngib,
no. Prlngle, -E. 11. Denesliand' tE.
ruft. Mrs. Kraft, Mrs. 11. 11. 8tcvens,
V. It. Hitchcock, R. qulnn, A. D. Ear--wchyMrs.
E Conrmlt, Mrs. C. Wlch-
vrl ami rour children, Miss fll. Piihl,
It. Rycrdft, E. D. Baldwin,. C. Holtc,
L. .A.' Thurston, J. II. Castle, Mrs. A.
Vhrcns and 2 children, Miss I. Rlchnrd
ion. C. U. Hall, II. Halada,T. Sawu,
', Williams, Jus. Sa'knl, A. Ahrens, A.
Wl Carter, Mrs. Carter, J. C'Searle,
Inhn 'tllnifs, M. Hlno, I.lout. Com. 8.
E. Moses, R. W. Filler, W. Lucas, illov.
Z. Motogawa, W, J. Coclho, ChaB.
Uraun, Y. lien Hlng, L. C. Abtil.
Per stmr. Cl.iudlno, Bennett, tor
Illlo and way ports, C p. m Mrs. U.
U. Baldwin, L. Hopo Robertsion, A.
Hope Robertson, Miss Hopo Robert
ion, Miss O. Hopo Robertson, Chuck
loy, W. P, Magulrc, O. 8. Curry, ,H.
K. Castle, Allan Tomey, Mrs. Halver
ion, A. Cross, M, McCnnn, It. Yasu
morl. PA8SENQER8 BOOKED
Per S. S. Mo.ina, Morrlsby, for 8yd
ley: Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Qavln and
child, C. D. Coflln. Mr. Armstrong nnd
IhrCo ehlldrpn, 11. A. Halrland. J. N.
Fuller". II. Oarnctt, II. 3mlth, 11. Na
home. E. J. Partridge, John James, M.
ONsSATURDAY next, tho 19th, the
tig freighter Alaskan of tho American
Hawaiian line, will sail fiom San Fran
cisco ror Honolulu. Thu Alaskan will
bring freight Ironi New York, via Te
huantepec from Portland, Seattle and
3nn Francisco. She will arrive hero
an December 2C,
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Kal
ulnnl nas a novv oummnnder. He, Is
Captain Carlson, ,nn olllcer who lias
been In tho employ of 'tho company
for u long 'time. Captain Carlton's
Irleiiils are busy congratulating him
on his appointment. '
ON MONDAY nftcrnoon at C o'clock
Iho M.itson steamship Hllonlnn will
sail rrom 8an Francisco for Honolulu.
This will Insnro her arrival huro tho
mornlg of December 22.
THE MAUNA KEA reports that tho
Annlo Johnson and Gamblo nro -still nt
THE ARIZONAN Is scheduled (u
tall rrom Hllo ror.Kaannpall tonight.
THE ARMY transport Dlx ie'ft Naga
sakl yesterday for Honolulu.
STOBMY -JOURNEY IS,
WAOE BYJHAUNA KEA
Tho rpughest trip ever experienced
byr tho Intei-Island steamer Manna
Kea was the one Just completed, up
cordlngito the;pfncera o'f the hhlp.
Fiom thu time iho vessel sailed from
hero Tuesday noon, until lio rcturne '.
last night. It was a case of battle with
tho weather. '
, Neither going nor coming was It
posslbfu' to touch at Eaiipahochoc. On
tho mitwuid ttlp tho'lilaunn Kea car
ried n number or dock passengers for
that poi, but it was round necossaiy
to take them on to Hllo, twenty mllea
Evmy movablo nitlclo on board ho
bhlp vvas tossed about In a most nlarpi
ing mailer and fow persons other than
tho oSlcers and crew cared to risk be
ing washed overboard byrcnturlng o-i
Wjlli tho exception o; Laiipahoolioo.
tho Maiii'iu Kea was able to stop at all
of her ioi ts of cull, but there wa.
considerable dllllculty experienced In
getting passengers nnd fi eight ashoru
In pvery caBo. Hllo s tho only port
oiitKldo.of Honolulu, on the Mniint
Keif's run,, whoro It Is not necessary ,to
laud piiBsengers and cargo In bonts.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
fVHIetln gives a complete summary of
Sea Wrens, $V00
18-foo't Motor lanncn with 4-CycIo
Motor.' $175. Complete.
"HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
, AND MACHINE W0RK8 ,
Kini St, opposite South St, (