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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., THult8DAY. DEC. 17. 1008.
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Hawaiian Third Degree.
a,Honotulu Clnpter Regular, 5
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All Islllnp members ot the
.Order nro cordHlly Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
UARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
fleets every Monday evening nt
.730 In I. O O F. Hall, Tort Street.
i: It. HENDRY, Secretary.
hen f. vickers, n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first mid third Frl-
day evening at 7 30 Iti K. ot P. Hall,
corner I'crt and Uerelnnln. Visiting
Ibrothers cordially Intlted to attend.
a. g. df.f.iunu, 0 c.
JAS W. WHITE, K.H8.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodfo No. C1C, 11. I O.
3., will meet tu their h ill on King
Incur Fort Streit every Friday even
line lly order ot (ho E 11 :
HENRY C. EASTON,
WSI. 11. McINLRNY, 13 It.
JftWm. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tSevcning nt 7 30 o'clock in K. ot P.
IHall, cor Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
W L FRA7.EE, C C .
II A. JACOHSON, 1C.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
' Meets on the 2nd and 1th WED
. h'i:SDAV evenings of each month at
kTtSO o'clock In K of 1'. Hall, corner
St ''ieretanla and Fort streets.
J Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
,V. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II T. MOORE, Secy.
'pi HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
.)das ot each month at Knights ot
W Pythias Hnll Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II ARLEIGH, Sachem.
a 1: MunniY, c. of it.
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EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
r- done by tha
'I , with their new IRENCn
Ks j& dry-cleaning process.
t M7 Brrctnma St. Phone 1491,
- "A, .
ine ucBi vvnisKey on tne MarKot
TH0S. F. KcTIf.HE & CO., AGENTS
101-105 KING ST.
.PHONE HO. P. 0. BOX 755
p &N OUTING
in a brand new seven-seater. Call up
101 or 1 f'G and ask for
C. H. BEHN
EDUCTION SALE from Saturday
5th, LADIES' HATS from $2 00 up.
- X. UYEDA,
1028 NUUANU ST.
, .Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR ai.il BUILDER.
riUIIBIHG and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Tainttrg Co, 221
Kinj; St.; P 0 Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All J..nds of 1C0A and
M1S3I0N TURNIlUnE Made T
LUNCHES nnd DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
- Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Saturday, Dec. 19, 1908
The World's Greatest Film
Kilauea In Eruption
THE HONOLULU SHRINERS'
THE ATLANTIC FLEET.
PHINCE DAVID'S FUNERAL.
A Splendid Series of Foreipi Pic
tures Dramatic and Humorous.
Admission, 25 and 50 cents; Re
served Seats, 75 cents; for sale at
Bergstrom Music Store.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week. - v
Monday and Thursday
A Country Girl's Life and Expe
riences; An Amateur Hypnotist; A
Drummers Day OR; Different Ways
of hmupulinff; Jealousy, or a Trag
edy of Venice; A Bnde's Dreams.
Orchestrella Selections: Girl Ques
tions; Selections; Military March;
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES,
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for r. box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
CO., Ltd. c
Corner King and Fort Streets.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
When you get
us to males
havB.ijo, ' '
30. up. '
QE0, A. MARTIN,
LOCAL m lENflAL
If yon have a business opportunity
to dfferV'perslit'reatdnabry, in Bul
letin want advertising it-Lnd it
will appeal to the right. person. t
Watch for Thurlow's Xmas Menu.
Mrs. Xearns' Miricemeat for Xmas.
Mr. "and" Mrs. Francis Qay aro ex
pected to sail today for Kauai.
A. K..Knudsen will return to Kauai
this afternoon, sailing at 5 o'clock.
Take1 your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, for
Inter-Island and O. it. ft u snipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
ofQce', 60 each.
If you aro looking for any of jour
friends go to the 'Two Jacks" and
) oii'll And them.
The Kawalahao church Sunday
school .will have Its Christmas trco
this' evening at 7:30.
Among the passengers booked, to
,eavo this afternoon In the Klnau Is
C. N. Wilcox of Kauai.
Call al the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
get a free list of , the new Are alarm
numbers and all tne chanres.
Sixteen Japanese gamblers arrested
by tho police last night, forfeited their
ball at 110 a head this morning.
Ride In tho swell atudebaker driven
by the expert chaffeur, M. T. Luti
Phone 191. Royal Hawaiian Oirac. r
Hare your U ptwritora and mcntn
repaired at Wall. Nlehols Co..1 Ud.i
Fort and Merchant streets. Tart-
phone li. -i ' j
Try giving 3 our friend on other Is
lands or on tho Siberia or Alameda n
"Merry 'Christmas t" 'by 'wireless. Tho
rates aro low.
Have an Xmas party at "Royal An
nex." Automatic Tclephona operators nev
er g&t tired or cioss. Their nerves
tiro steel. Call at Watcrhouso Trust
Co. and subscribe tor an automatic
1 hone'. '
Dick Hclcnlhl was this morning
ndjudged a bankrupt by Judge Dole,
tils liabilities being $521.30 with no a
icts W. I.. Peterson was his chief
Thco II. fiavles havo Just received
a big shipment of "Hawaii" nnd "8tcrl
Ing" water house, the two most pop
ular brands on tho market. Hardware
Department. " '
Twelve JaDancse. charced with vlo
latlng the now' building ordinance, njv
pcarcd In tho Police Court this morn'
ing. but their cases wcru continued
until January 17.
It sou wait for tho serious trouble
with jour eyes, jou must take the
rerious consequences. Come to Us
I with tho first symptom, and wo wilj
do ail that optical skin can do A. N.
Sanford, Boston building.
Joe Kalan and Emmellne Kollhl
wcro arrested this mornlns; on a war
rant sworn fout by the United States
District Attorney on a charge of vio
lating tho Edmunds Act, The two will
undoubtedly be Indicted by tho, Grand
Make our Christmas a Kodak
Christmas No other gift will glvo the
i.fin,ri ntnnt.At t9 tna..M ', .,..
tnonov. Focal I'lano Kvlnlr onrt
Cameras, Folding Pocket Kddalis, pho
tographic supplies. Honolulu Photo
An cmDoraio program has been pro
pared by ("ho'St. lx)uls College for ft
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ChrlBtmas entertainment which .will bo
given at tho Collego tomorrow morning
ut 9:30 o'clock. The program Includes
a one a farco, a. musical comedy In
two scenes and many Instrumental and
vocal selections. .
Ed. Dulsenberg and MIbs Marlon
Roth, tho two vtcloms of Hmidnv
night's automoblie accident.
moved from the Queen's Hospital yes
torday, Mr, Dulsenberg1 being tacn to
rooms at tho University Club and Mlsn
Roth tot tho Vpun'g Hotel. Both, aro
rccqvprlhg rapidly, from their' bniltc
and, the seveVo shock.
Orecn Xmas .trees' at Lewis & Co,
Limited,' tho 'household and Santa
Claus Emporium, A complete lino of
Icllclous delicacies' for Christmas
Cheer. Plum pvddlng, mnce meat.
Napa and; Sonoma W,ln6s, "vMonopoIo
(Red1 Top). CliVmilagno, liquors; boq
bdns, ChrlBtmas 'tree ornaments'. Chat.
Ing dishes and'man'v; oth'or'thingn lis'e
ful'for a Chrtstmas'glfC 16 iflng St,
telephone' 210. ' ' ' '
As the largo ma'n'ln'"10 red sweat
er entered tho lunchroom and seated
himself at tho llttlo tattle the waiter
placed a new "record on 'thafphori6
griiph. "What tuno'is fhat?" asked
the new patron. "'Whendo, Harvest
Days Am'Ovah; boss," wnlspered the
waiter, "Dat gem man am an Iceman."
Presently another 'wan entered and,
soateu nimseji aitno second tame.
On went a new, record. "(Wljat's th'aj,
Sahi?" qborlcd' lho new "pat'roii.
"Why, 'WhVde HaVvcsl Days ' Hub
Cum.' Dat gen'man am a plumbah,
tah." . .
Bulletin BnsJnHS Office Phone 258.
Rnlhtiir EBrial.sUessi'rtiiM ltUh
A Most Exoellsnt Assortment of
W. W. Aharia . Co.;
W 8. UNO ST. " '" PHONE W,
THE BEST ,nTTEM"1W TOWui
hyestigte Secret Service
WASIUNOTON. D. C. Dec. 10. The.ScnRte has nitontrd a rcsol'j-'
tlon Ihtrwluccd by Mr. Aldrldh to Invosijfeutc the Secret Service
ARGENTINE INC'REASES ARMAMENT
11UEN03 AYRE8, Argentine, Doc. 16. iThe Chamber of Deputies, In
secret session, has authorised the outlay of $70,000,0,00, on an increase I
1 TURKISH PARLIAMENT,'C0NVENE8"
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Dtc.
convene Thursday. A general hoHdny
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MRS. ANNIS ON
1XUSHINO, N. Y,, Dec. 16.--Sirs. Annls, (ook the stand today
testily nbout tho shooting ot her husband b'y Captain ilalns.
CASTRO DOES NOT BELIEVE It
BERLIN, Germany, Dec. 16. President Castro of Venezuela does
not believe tho reports of disorder at Caracas. ' '
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FREAR'S REPORT HADE PUBLIC
VA8lltNClTON, Dt C, Dec. 16.
has been made public
'DUMA PRESmENT RESIGNS
8T. PETERSBURG, Russia, Dec.
hnmii tin. rralPit. J
(Continued from Pan 3)
ctat Club luncheon. Mr. 8prcckcls
was seated at a long table at tho head
of;tho room, at tho right ot President
Wakefield, who gave a very neat pro
cntatlon of thd man who sas that ho
.'eels that his welcome to Honolulu Is
n "welcome homo."' On the left at Mr.
Wakefield was Acting Governor' Mott
Emtth. Others seated at the table
with Mr. 8prcckcls-wcro Col. Sam
Parker, J, F. ljackfold, J. S. McCand
.ess, L. A. Thurston, L. Tcnncy Peck,
Gcorgo Davlcs, M. Phillips, Fred Mac
farlane, F, J. Lowrey, George Rodlok,
Robert lowers, E., C. Rron, J. P.
Cooko. B. D. Tcnney and W. R, Far
rlngfon. In the audience ns guests ot
club members wero Judgo I)ole, many
Terrltorfal omctala and tho Icadln?
business men and, bankers. Mayor
elect, Fern was there and Sheriff elect
Jsrrett and' other officials connected
with the now municipal government,
Mr.'Spreckels' opened his remarks nshlp for Ihe Nation. The Insldl
a reference' to W boyhood' ilays .us wrk of l ,e K.ra'tcr '". unuern,'n;
In the Islands. He then started Into
the story of his, connection with the
Graft . ProscutIon,of,8an Francisco.
(ip ine money ne ootainea uy sell
ing some or his Hawaiian securities
he Invested, In (hostock ot the Ban
Franclscq Gas and Electric Com
pany. Jle soon, found that the man
agement 'had peculiarities not alto
gcther'hori'est. Dividends were paid
when thero was a large floating In
debtedness. He' also found that a
counties o Issue bonds 'without nec
essarily havlnV the power ot taxa
tion,' ami also so as to give the Terri
tory greater latitude as to the times
at vfhlchlts bonds may bo made pay-
' "Section 80 of the Organic Act
should be amended so ns to permit
the Governor to remove heads ot de
partments 'without requiring the con
sent of ,the Territorial Senate.
"Section 92' ot the Organic Act
should be amende'd so 'as toUncreaso
the salaries ot various officers, espe
cially those of the Circuit Judges."
The stor:' of how the criminal rich
of San Francisco' have 'tried 'to ruin
him and tho banking institution with!0' lhop street through to tho wa
which tic Is associated was an niurL1l'ront when Rudolph Spreckcls and
estlifg detail of Mr.1 Spre'ckeV tolk. Marston Campbell. Superintendent of
The odds were terrific, but, thanks
. .L t.i. t ... j.'.Vj ' -.
10 ine Dasic nonesir oi loe koou neo-
ple'ot San FrariclsW, the criminal
rich have not prevailed,
. , v.
In his general comment and state
ment of the lessons growing out ot
his work, he urged the business men
to take an Interest In public affairs.
"Go to the primaries. Go to the
polls," sanrsiu-eckelsr He admitted
that he had'stayed'away, He knows
what thosltuatlbn Is from the stand-
Lpolnt of the man comfortably well-
to-do. He had seen the time when
he associated "politics .with every
thing, evil, nnd distasteful. -That was
a mistake. The Nation must have
the best' thought and" eWort lot. Its cli -
liens wno consider 'themselves more
Intelligent and' 'certainly In better
circumstances than, their fellows.
He urged, thecltlzens. of Honolulu
to take an inUresL as.they.are ovt.tcr Drnko nnd Depuly L.L. Harding
.u MDouiuujiiiti iiuiiuiuvB u,,vni
government. They should take tho
same care In selecting thelrv public
officials that they';'do'jn obtaining
men for their own private nuslness 'BOn, boatswain of tho British "ship Col
The chartered accountanFBhould bo 0ny. refused to submit to arrost, and.
bb much a household necessity In the still waving the bloody weapon, com
business of the' cttyi aa he le In the inlttcd sulcldo by jumping overboard,
affairs of eve well-regulated busl-,Tho Colony was bound from Port Tab
Mr. Spreckcls's'atd that he hOB tak
t'li up tho permanent work ot arous
ing tho people' ahd has organised a
vntinnni m,... ir. i.orf. '.
Keep everlastingly at It.
He pointed 'out that his motives
hav'o been Impugned. " Ho has been
damncd"wlth'falnt"pralse'by his best
friends who didn't like the fight and
thought him a crank. He has been
charged with entirely selfish motives,
It tufa been said that he started out
to fight graft because he did not get
11 franchise he wanted. This was
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16. T,he Turkish Parlamcnt will
Governor Froar's report on Hawaii
16, Khomajakoff, President of the
' ' ' I ' f '
f t ii -
branded as an untruth, and ns earn
est of his convictions, and that no
one should ever be nble to nssall his
Integrity, he had, made n promise
that, he would never as long as he
lives own any stock In nny 'public
Hp'hnd been told that the Commer
cial CJub Is not taking a part In' the
poljtlcs of Honolulu, lie thought
this n mistake. The business men ot
every' town should toko on active In
terest In politics and there could
hard!) be a better organization than
this Ciub to keep n watch over pub
lic affairs and keep people interest
ed. SpreckelB feels that thcro Is a ret
rograde movement. In' the business
honor of the Nation. Ho charged
the business men that they should
stop cutting corners In' order to get
the best of their competitors. They1
shoud deal honestly nnd thereby
build up ft greater nnd grander cltl
lVB he, T.T'f f 'ho co'untr,', .AJ'
me ouciuiisis nuve iu qd id sain mo
favor ot tKfc people Is to tell the
truth. The Government Is no longer
representative when It Is purchase
able. The poor man cannot buy
newspapers to keep hlni out of jail
Ha cannot buy a Juror for $fi000, as
was dono In the City ot San Fran'
Cisco. These things count in nrous'
ing class prejudice. The men ot
wealth to offset this must cease liv
ing 'In ease nnd get out among their
fellows and not only preach honesty
but practise It.
Mr. Sprockets closed his address
omld a round of applause that wound
up with three lusty cheers proposed
by B, C. Ilrown. Jlr. Spreckcls leaves
for his homo tomorrow on tho Amei
Negotiations were practically com
pleted this morning for the opening
""" "ur'"1 "uu "" "iicrview,
JGovornor Frenr's annrnvnl will In
needed before the deal can go
through. Rudolph Spreckels has the
power of attorney "of Clous Spreckels
WHARF SHED JOB
John Olldorklrk will tin nwnn!rrt
II, n rnntrnrf tr thn IuiIMIri . ,Ua
. ..w .w...i.i. u. .,v muiiuiui, u, iiiu
Alakea street wharf shed. ' The Leg.
Islature appropriated $45,000 for
'ihia wnrb .n,i n...ik. 1.1.1, ...m .
' the Job, although his bid Is about
,$6000 nbovo the sum that Is
Collector of Internal Rovenue Wat
.icmiucu ironi Aiuui mis morning,
After crushing In the head of his
Htlltprlnt- nfflfn,- tit(hBU h ln.nn t ...
tot to Coqulmbo, Chile.
IT? vnir nrim n. ,
' " .;"" .""" ,or lno "ou
trouble with your eyes, you will take
tne serious consequences, '
Come to us with the first symptom.
T iu rnnemu onDTB I I' I ARRIVED
Thursday, December 17.
PORTLAND Arrived Dec. 16:
Fr. bk. Rochambeau, hence Nov. 29.
SAN FriANCI8CO Arrived Dec. 17:
8. 8 Virginian, fre-m Sallna Cruz.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 17.
Sp. Hawaiian IsIcb, for Kahulul.
MIDWAY ISLAND Arrived Dec. 16:
Schr. Flnuroncu'Wnrd, hince Dec. B.
THE AM. BP. IMRIQO, from Balti
more for Honolulu, rput Into Rio
Janeiro today leaking '
(Continued from Par 1)
special collector wns cmplovcd to get
City Hnll bills because ot his politi
cal pull. He succeeded In eliminat
ing this collector. He found that
the City Gas Inspector was getting
his gas ffee, because It paid to let
htm havo It free. He stopped that
blistness nnd tho companv continued
He found that there wns a general
lack of honesty In tho business nnd
he started nut to change It atiil with
the help of the stockholders to 'whom
ho nppcalcd he changed tho director
ate nnd put the management on nn
honest basis. While In this com
pany he learned some of the crooked
methods of the city government. He
eliminated them from his company
to tar as he was able. 1
Ho first made tho acquaintance of
Alio Rucf when tha boss cvmo to bis
omcc ana proposed mat no oo em
ployed as the attornoy for tho gas
company for obvious reasons Tha
proffer was rofuscd. Later when city
bonds woro to be sold Rucf came lo
rjlm and proposed to turn over the
wholo Issuo below par to n syndicate
headed by Spreckcls, and In order to
put tho bonds below par ho proposed
to start a strlku on tho labor unions
Bprcckels all but kicked Rucf 011 lot
nil) offlco.Mmt from that meeting the
went to lunch Willi 11 party of ft lends
with ihnm tin tntkprl nvpi thn tor.
ilblo condition of tho cltv's public nil
ministration and tho campaign for
fighting for honesty In public office
They had first to get n fearless
prosecutor and an honest detective.
Fremont Older, tho editor of the Bul
letin, who had been fighting graft
with llttlo success, went to Spreck
cls and told him where ho could get
tho attorney and the detective. He
referred' to He'ney nnd Burns, who
were then engaged on the Oregon
land fraud prosecutions. Spreckcls
conferred with the President, who
gnve his hearty assistance, tho cam
paign was begun, nnd Spreckcls fui-
nlshed the money.
In talking with Heney Mr. Sprock
ets pointed out to him that his fight
would be a lie nnd death affair. Ho
ney was really and refused to ncccpt
any compensation for his work. Mr.
SprcckeU stated thai Heney has not
received a cent for his months ot
work: he has been mallcm-d. Insulted
alt) abused and his life ull hut taken
Spreckcls said that there was no mi.n
In the country moro deserving tho imp
port of every American cltlrtn than
Francis J. Heney.
(Continued from Psze 1)
Territorial legislation may bo re
quired to prevent too oariy hearing.)
nfter service ot process and to guaid
The nbovo" Territorial legislation
was agitated somo time ago by tho
Under the hcudlng of "Light
houses" tho Governor sn)s that "The
lighthouse tender Kukul, now ap
proaching completion, will piobably
bo In service nbout tho end ot the
"For tho accommodation of tho
tender and storekeepers and tho In-'
creasing number ot buoys, especially
lighted buoys, the establishment ot
a lighthouse depot la required, which
It lsrostlmatcd will cost about lOS,
000. "For reasons of economy and oth
er reasons, the Paclflo Islands' under
the Immediate charge ot the locul
)lghthouse,ofllco may woll be created
a' separate district."
Under the heading "Postal Sorvico
Needs," Governor Froar says:
"Tho statistics show not only an
Increasing as well as an absolutely
and relatively largo amount ot bus
iness for the population, but also the
need of a postal savings hank and a
reduction In tho rates nnd Increiisn
In tho weight limit for the domestic
parcels post. Another urgent need-l
is an authorization for the detail of
officers from the Honolulu offlco tu
soit on the steamers from Snn Fran
cisco the mulls which accumulate
thero In large quantities for the en
tire Territory during the Intervnts
Knhuku wlroleBSv8tntlnn last nlgl.l
Heard tho -irwi m inter Hllonltvi talk'
ing with tho oil steamer Rob"nuhs
In her messago the Hlloulan djUI that
she was then 10"l miles out Ir.mi San
Thursday, December 17.
Btmr. Claudlno, Bennett, from Ha
waii nnd Maul, 4:30 a. m.
T, K. K. Tcnyo Mnru, Bent, from
Pan Francisco, 10:10 am. '
Wednesday, Deccmbor 16.
Stmr. KalulaAl, for Hawaii, 6:15
Stmr. Nocau, for Hawaii, ,6:10 p m.
t 8AILINQ TODAY f
Stmr1. Klnau, Gregory, for Kau.il, 0
T. K. K. Tcnvo Mnru, Bent, for Yo
kohama, 9 a. m.
T. K. K. 8. S. Nippon Maru, for Sau
Francisco, p m.
Stmr. Claudlno, for Maul and Molu
l.nl portB, 6 p. in.
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Mnru, from
Yokohama, a. m.
PA ENOIRB ABBIVKP,
tvr H. 8. Tenia Mnru. from Han
rrnnclsco. Dec. 17 For Honolulu: J.
H. Whltehousc, Mrs J. II. WhltOlouso
i.nd maid, K. J. Whltchouso, Chan O.
Hannnn. For Yokohama: C. M. lauy.
T. DjIko, II. B, Dougherty, it. iuikui.
Dr. K. lkcuchl, Mrs K. Ikeuchl, Cnpt.
K. Ide, K. Kanoko 3. Kawasaki, 8yd
i'cj l Pnto, Paul Revert, 8. Shim i
mura, Y. Scklne, Went. K. Tnkcniuru.
M, Yoshtno. For Kobe: 8. Ota, J. 8.
Webster. For Shanghai: O. II. Fr)
01, Jr., W. B Haiighwnut. Miss M.
Stoker. For Hongkong: Geo. C. All
cock, Chan, i: Balho, Dr. Fred Bent
ley, .Mrs. Fred Huntley, I). K. Blake. J.
F. Gau, A. Holsc, Mrs. A. Helpo, Mls
Freda Hclse; Miss Nancy llclso, W.
Ilondrlck, Capt Frank Knoll, Mrs.
Frank KI10II, Dr. Edward C. Mnchle,
Mis. P. O'Nell, A. L Peel, Norrls 1).
Pel civ al, Dr. N. D. Pontius, pr. Win.
Qulnn, Miss Horlcnso Rqblson, N, W.
Stow ell. Mrs. N. W. Stow ell, Mlltwii S.
Sllverstono, A. B. Tlgh.
Per stmr. Clnudlne, Bennett, from
Hawaii und Maui, Dec. 17. R. 8 Hon
mcr, G. 8. Curry, G. S. Reams, Chuclc
Hoj, Sing You, C. J. Austin, Ah Tom,
Mrs. B. II Baldwin nnd 2 children, 1".
lions and wlfrt A. T. Wakefield, W. H.
Desplace, G. W. Carr, L. J. Ekjiorc
Mr. C. II. Wlckey, A, II. Rico nnd
wife, Rov. C. D. M. Williams, Mrs. L.
Mason. Mrs. Murray, H. A. Jaeger.
Miss Takn Inadn,.K Ynsumorl, Young
Kat Hing and wife, .Mrs Ahlnl, Mi'k.
Dr, Sun und 2 children, II, Mknm6to,
Alex. Tripp. Chns Qay, N. Ozakl. H.
Mooklnl. A. J. Snltzer. T. A. Burning-
ham, W't F. Drake, L L. Harding. Klnm
sjPcr stmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal
Miss Mecr, Leon A. Qucmson, D. ,Lu
kola, Rov. J. Kcklpl, Harold I-ord, E.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai
Miss A. Wclbke. E King
Per stmr. Clnudlne, Dennett, for
Maul and Hawaii, Dec. 18, 5 p. 111.
Ernest Baldwin, Alfred Manscn, Mrs.
Knthcrlno Smith, Mrs W. O. Smith,
Miss Ilnso Peck, Miss Pierce, Mm
Taylor, Miss D. Tavjor, Miss M. Tay
lor, Miss llccn Glhb, Annlu Hocking.
Chas. Gay and family, Mrs, J. D. Mr
Donnld, Miss Bumhnrn, Miss E. Cliul
mors, Miss Edith Baldwin, Miss Lhlu
Low, Julia Bates. C. W. Baldwin. 1).
8. Wadsworth William Hansen, Mr.
McCoy, A. C. Mnly, A. Taylor, Bydnoy
Jocklns, Chlng Sin, G. Dunn, T. Hen-
nlng, Miss L. Molr, Miss F. Molr. Miss
Forrest, O. Molr, Miss G. Rosecrans,
Miss Gwendoline) Jocklns, E lledu
manh, Herbert Berg, P. O. Wrlghtsoji,
W, Hula, MlbB Green, Miss A. Hoso,
Miss K. Brown, Miss Marshall, Mrw.
Deacon, MrsC. O. Hottel, Miss Cm
tls, Hitchcock lio) n (3), R, Lucas,1 J.
11. Guard, Miss M. Kaubano, Bro.
Per stmr. Klnau Gicgnry, for Kami,
f p. m , Dec. 17. Mrs. Fox, Carrlo Hot
tencourt, Itoslo MeladlnlBh, Eva Has
tie, Anna Krusu, Mrs. K. Paulo, Mrs.
locll, Manuel Fancra, J. D Neul, Jr.,
MIsst'H Giotcs, Maud do Brcttevllo,
MrB. Lulu Weber, A. F. Knudscn, I'atil
Do Brettovllle, G. N. Wilcox, Miss K
II. Wilcox, A. II. RJco nnd wlfo, W. II.
Rico and wlfo, D E. Baldwin. Mr.
Rjdcr, Mrs B. D. Baldwin and 2 chll
drcn, Francis Gay and wlfo.
George Storm Fifo, wealth) Civil
War vetoran, dies nfter 40 ) cars' rei
Idcnco In San l'rauclsco.'
Passengors on liner Peru witness
ed n violent eruption ot Izulkn vol
cano In Guatemala.
One killed ahd tout Injuied In ac
cident to a Southern Pacific steamer
ut the Oakland mole,
Wldowtof Crsklne Richardson nd
nephowH of dead man effect compro
mise ovor the cstuto. 1
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch' with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE W0RKB
King St, opposite South St.
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