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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY, DEO. 31, 190S.
iSOMlt & IBM I
All visiting member of the
Onler are cordially Invited to
Attend meeting of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening Rt
3:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hull, Tort Street.
K. It. HRKDKY, Secretary.
DEN. T. V1CKERS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets overy first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Roretnntn. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
. G. DEEKINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE. K.R3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodco No. 616, 11. P. O.
E.. will meet In their hull on King
neai fun Street every Friday even
il i ii..r . the E. II..
HKNUY C. BASTON,
,i h .v.dNKRNY, E. II.
jja WKINLEy" LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet over. 2nd and 4 til Saturday
nlntc ut 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hii ' vi Tort and tleretanla. Visit
let! i. '.iliprs cordially Invited to at
V L TUAZEE, C.C..
B A. JACOUdON, K.R.3.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E.
. Meet., ou tlie 2nd and 4tL WED
'VNESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretnrttu and Port streets.
Vl3ltlnj? Ragles are Invited to at
tend. W L FRAZEB, W., Prest.
II. T MOORE, 8ecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mectb ever' llit Jnd third Thurs
days of ivli month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. Ti ARLEiail, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
257 Brrctania St. Phone 1401.
The Best Whiskey en the Market.
- TII0S.F.. McTIOHE & CO., A0EN1S.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
AN OUTING" ""
in a brand new seven-sealer. Call up
191 or 1458 and nsk for
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday
5th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
OITice: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
Kid;; St.; P. 0, Box 014.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. Al' kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
M C rf E S and . D R I N K S
The most popular
place in tevn.
The Fashion Saloon,
New Year's Day
2:30 IN THE AFTERNOON
A Trip to !he Volcnno of- Kilauea.
'The Atlantic Fleet in Honolulu.
'Honolulu Shriners on Parade.
;Malihini Christmas Tree,
Ana many more ot great local ana
An afternoon of Music and Moving
AT 25 AND 60 CENTS!
Reserved Seats, SO Cents.
On Sole at Bemstrom Music Store.
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20o
Wonderful Motion Hcturcs "bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Swccdish Dances: The Transnorta-
Hon of a Horse ; The Sleeping Beau
tv: The Stowaway : After Midnieht:
ijhe Cossacks of the Don of Mcow;
Alivcu uaivct I, uc; uuttKn'iiuiHs
The best assortment ew
shown in the cilv STYLEI
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oraer for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort StreeU.
-Ti-trr.irTTfrf ri ,rnn,nmr,ww7rT
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 888.
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING STREET near BETHEL
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
ASSESSMENT K0. 9
In the Harrison Mutual Ilcnevoleut
Association duo Dec, 1G, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 1I, 1909. All assess
ments aro payable at the Secretary's
ofllro. Kupiolanl Uulldlug, King and
LOCAL AND iENEEAL
BT Don't store the pluse furniture
in the barn; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 e t i niWant Ads. will tell it for you.
Phone 290. P.R.Sullivan. Hack US.
Ofthu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., will not
meet 'tomorrow evening.
A desirable tenant wants u five or
six-room house. See Want columns.
Commercial Ratings. More. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young Dlclg. Phone
All 1B08 taxes remaining unpaid
Jan. 1, 1909, will be published as de
linauent. i , .
it you aro loomng ior any pi your
friends go to the 'Two Jacks" and
j ou'll find them. t
A gold watch fob has been lost and
n reward Is offered for Its recovery.
See Iost column. ,
Taku your carrlaga nr, automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Carl Rtichjosb Is In tho Queen's hos
pital suffering from a nervous break
down due to stomach troubles.
Mounted Officer I.tshtuan, one of the
men who was not ro-appolnted by Jai
rctt, today resigned from tile forcov
Rldo In tho swell Studcooker driven
by th'o expert chaffe'ur, M. T. Lutz.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarage. '
Uulbs, bulbs, bulbs of various kinds.
Tho time to plant Is NOW, Mrs. Tny
lor has plenty on hand. Telephone
Snend New Year's at Royal Annex.
Tho Art Theatre will glvo a benefit
porformanco Monday afternoon. The
intlro receipts will go for the e.t Ui
quake sufferors. . .
The orchesttalle (elections al the
Art Theatre for tho uqxt two days are
Washington PoBt March, threo Irwin
selections and Qraud Opera hits.
Havo your typewriters ana machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols' Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant utroots. Tele
E. Rudland Bodo has resigned as or
ganist and choirmaster at St. Andrew's
Cathedra,!. Hugo Horzer will direct
the choir and Miss Emily Talor will
be tho organist.
M. Morlmoto has been arrCBtccl on
3 wararnt sworn to by Y. Murakami.
lie Is alleged to have presented and
cashed a fraudulent check for $45 with
the Union Feed. Co.
There's always a chance for a goort
meal, a gaiiie of golf, nnd a bracer at
Halerna. Tha management's atten
tion to tho wishes ot the guests al all
times makes Halclwa 'deservedly pop
There will be a watch night service
In the Methodist church this evening
beginning at 10:30. Rev. John V.
Wadman jvjll preach. Subject, "The
Wily ,of Worry." The public Is cor
l la reported that n Japanese wo
man vaa assaulted on the John Kin
road, Walklkl, n few nights ngo by flyo
FOldlcrs, who aro' sjijiposed to bo
memuers oi mo engineer company now
quartered at Walklkl,
Honolulu Lodge 616, B. P. O. E.,
will keep open house for memberB and
Ihelr friends tomorrow, New Year's
Day. The herd is noted for Its.hOBpl
tallty and tomorrow It wilt probably
ooze through tho pores.
Thomas II. I-ongher has. resigned
from the staff fo the. Planters' Expert
inent Station and will leave for the
mainland to take a full course In sci
entific agriculture at the Iowa State
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.-
Seven Portuguese boys appeared In
tho Police Court this morning, charged
with haying brpken Into the May &
Co. warehouse Two of them were
bent to tho Reform School for a year
each. Tho rest wcro discharged.
Chlof Clork Lloyd Conkllng did not
roturn from Kona this morning, as
was .expected. Ho has been granted
an extension of vacation until Janu
ary 12th, and he will enjoy the slmplo
life on tho other Island until that time.
Carlos 'Long has again been appoint
ed as trustee of the estate ot John K.
Qumnor. In tho new trust deed Sum
ner fctatcs that ho has repented of the
tovoratlon of the trust deed, and he
delegates the same powers us before
Joaquin Sllva. an employe of a store
on Punchbowl, was this forenoon ar
rested for selling liquor without a He
enso by Inspector Fenncll and Deter-
tlvo Minvlolle. A largo quuutity ot
.iquor and empty containers was found
on the premises.
Thco, II. Davles & Co. have Issued
one of their promotion calendars for
the year 1309. It carries a large relief
map of flip Island ot Hawaii and lu
splendidly Illustrated with typical Ha
waiian scenes, (entered principally on
A cablo has.bcen received from Bish
op Chartes W. Smith, I).l I.L.D.. now
In Episcopal charge of tho Methodist
missions n theso islands, stating" that
tho new pastor for the First . E.
Church of this city will arrive on the
Manchuria, January 27, with tho Bish
op himself. The Bishop will remain
lu the Islands two or threo months.
Until "j arrival of the new pastor tho
pulpit of the church will he cared for
by Superintendent John W, Wadman.
WE SAVE EYES
by remoring the first iligat eye trou
bles that prow to bigger ones.
E ' CHANNEL OF SEA
ROMK, Italy, Dec. 30. Tho Strait of
corpses of men and animals.
CONVERTED INTO DESERT
The former enchanting coastline of Hit) Messina Strait hns been con
verted through the crumbling dowil of tha cliffs and thu effects of tlie
tidal wrfvo, Into n hideous desert. , ,
jKlghtofl hundred prisoners were Killed In the destruction of the pris
on at Mouteuume.,' ', "
The rpnstormH arc continuing und .adding t,o thcurterliig.
KING AND flUEEN WEEP ' '
Tho King and Queen urn at Mes.iliiu and aro frequently In team nt
the terrible sights of Buffering on every hand. TheKIng has personally
extricated several p,crsoni 'froin the ruins of fallen building), and the
Queen spent today in tho hospitals assisting In the work theiu.
AMERICANS REPORTED AT MESSINA .
if There Is an unverified jcport to tho etfecj. that tliern wi-ip ninety
American, guests In the .Messina h(iieb4at the time ot the dUastcr.
"mtm i i
Messina Dead 90,000
ROME.Jltnly, Meet '30. The latest
ber of deaths ns n result of tlio gi not-earthquake of Monday place It ut
one hundred and ten thousand. The city of Messina was thu scene of
thu greatest proportion of fatalities. Out of n total population there of
ninety thousand people, the number of killed Is seventy thousand.
Telegraphic communication with Mraslnu has been restored, but tlie
line ,1a being monopolized for thu transmission of Government messages.
" m i i m
BRINGING IN WOUNDED
NAPLES, letaly, Dec- 30. An Italian cpilser nrrlved hern today
from the scene ot thu eaithquake. In liiglng fle hundred wounded per
sons. Other vexsels with thousands of wounded nio expected tomoriow.
Many buildings are being Improvised ns hospitals to receive them,
ANNA GOULD GETS CHILDREN
PARIS, Frunce, Dec. 30. Tho couit has ruled that the children of
Count Ilonl de Cnstellane und lifs
formerly Anna (lould, shall lemaln In the custody uf the mother.
GERMAN AMBASSADOR CALLS
WASHINOTON, D. C, Dee. 30. Count von IternDlorh. the new (ler
man Ambassador, today called upon thu President nnd pieseuted his
ROANOKE, Va Dec. 30. Sixty miners are de.ul here ns u lesult of
a disaster In one of tho local collier! c.i.
There will bo a feries of baseball,
names between the Reach Club All.'
. . , j ,,
American baseball nine, and an .,
Hawaii tem. This decision was
reached this noon at a meeting of the
lejaue, held In the office of Frank
Thompson on Merchant street. I
A commlttco was appointed '. this
k M ?
morning's meeting,, to select n c.iptnln, series of games hero on tho return r.i
outline a team, and devise a plar: for the nine from its tour throng! tlio Or
taking caro of tho series of games, lent. Tho aggregation wan giiarnn
The committee Is composed of Messrs. teed $800 towards Its expenses on the
Ster.e, Falk, Fernandez und Wise. trip, and had thu series not been
These men will at once take nclho played, It would have been up to the
steps to get the reins lu their limnlc,
and at an earjy date will. make, a report
FOR FIRE LADDIES
The bp's of Oie JdaklU FJro Sta
tion 'were made happy" today by tlio
arrival, of a pig from the rancli ot
D. P. U. Isenbe.rg. This remembrance
vas highly appreciated by the meu
and they will show tlielr good-will '''
turning It Into an nppropiiatu New
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
, Entered (or Record Dec. 30, 1908,
from 0:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
von HamuvYoting Co Ltd to A J
Qonsalves . .,...., Rel
Jordan A Sllva to von Hamiu-Young
Co Md , '. CM
Henry E Cooper und w( to City Mill
Co Ltd ...p
Sam Hop to L F Alvarqz ......Bur I,
I. F Alvarez and wf to Wong Cheu. . .1)
Wong Chco und wf to Trent Trust
Co Ltd '..".'.'. ,...M
John K Sumner to Carlos A Umg
Tr Tr I)
A Lewis Jr and wf to J O Jardlm. ...D
Mrs. Nora Rlckurd to Honokna Hug
Co ,...'. I,
Mrs. Nora Rlckaid to Honokna Sug
Co Bur I.
Kauauaull and wf to Walanae Co ...I)
Entered for Record Dec. 31, IMS,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Gestrudes V. Cadlnha and I'sb to
Munuel Uraucp , M
J II Schnaclc and w( to William S
Morrlscy , . . I)
II Wharton to Walnlua Agrctl Co
Ltd A I-
Walalua Agrctl Co Ltd to John II M-
boa et all PI)
Walalua Agrctl Co Ltd to WiiJ.lawa
Consul, Pineapple Co Ltd I.
J K Kauanoo to V K Aloua I.
Tuck Wo Wul Co to See Siuu'Wnl.llS
olm It Est Ltd to See Sung Wul , I,
I San Francisco shlppors pioicst tC
railroad officials ag-ilust IhroatMied In
crease In rates of west bound fi eight
r - r - r
Messina Is choked wlllf tho
stench from tlie decaying bodies Is
Imports concerning tlio total num
farmer wife, the Princess de Hngan,
irrr i i t i
to tho , lcafiue unthoHt)cs. 1
Tho league members" are r,a!d to
liao been unanimously lu favor of
,,,,. tho scrlca of RameH ulran.,i
for ttlti, t)l0 AU-Amerlcau Club, and
iho meeting lasted less than half nn
Last. July a contract was eulcied
into with tlio All-Amerlc.uis for .i
league to romu through with tho
James J, Hill's put chase of Colo
uido Southern presages war with
Harrtman for supremacy In railroad
Interstate Commerce. Commission
defines payments for transfer of bii
gur to pass as rebates.
Ilrlgadtcr (iencrnl Edwards submits
leport on uffulis hi he Philippines.
Western. Union dlsi overs organized
sjstem ot theft whoicby ralluud te
legraphers on Coast huu stolen fully
Admiral Evans refutes critics of
navy and kuj s that American ships aro
tuperlor to tho Dieudiiouglit.
All Japanese Immigration to United
States to ho stopped by Toklo govern
ment. WujH, and Means Committee will
(ilvgo special attention to steel tarllf.
Mrs. Tatt biibmlts report at session
of national chic federation.
Oovernor of Now Mexico makes
plea for Statehood In annual mes
sage. Ciicki men Is captured lu San Josu
living with beautiful Spanish glil
itbuo Brcno of Ills crlmo.
First ward ball Is held in Collbeum
In Chicago and newspaper comeraman
who,trles to take picture is mauled
Major Orlando Smith and Jcjlin
Kerrlson two newspapermen, claimed
Women of Rush tract In Marin'
uouniy uiock nttemiit to license gio
eery us saloon.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
KING ST. ";PH0NE A88.
THE BEST "FITTERS'
' IN TOWN.
IN FOREIQN PORT8
I Thursday, December 31
NAC1A3AM Hailed Uip .1
U. 8. A, T. Sheridan for I nrnlnlu.
ICJUIQUI-Sallel Dec. 31
llktne. T. P. Hii'lglit, Tor 11 lit.hllii
Wednesday. Ceccmber 30.
OAVIOTA Hailed Dec, 29,
Hp. M. K. Clillcbtt, for Htinnltilit.
YOKOHAMA Stillvd lhe 3y!
S. S. MaiiLhuria, for Honolulu.
"' l)eceilll)el 3l7l90R.
Teniperuture'i ('. u..)il., ll.;. 8 it. til
C9; 10 ii. in,, 7:f; noon, 71; nioiiiliiC
liarouieler, K n. m , 29.99; nhyo-
lute humidity, H a. in., I.SC.S ginln.i.
per Liiim' idol; leuune iiuiiuuiiy, n
ii. m., C.3 per rent ; dew point, S n.
Wind fi u. in., velocity S, direc
tion N; S n. m., velocity IS, dlteetlott
Nil: 10 ii, in., velocity S, direction
Nil; noon, Velocltj S, dlieellou NH.
Itnlnfiill (lining 21 hmnii Hided
S u. in.. .00 inch.
Total wind movement during 2 1
bonis elided lit noon. 20r, miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather tlur'cau.
May Be Duplicated
In Sugar for Expo.
Kamehnni) tin's statue will ho re
duplicated in Uigur fur mi exhibit
ut tho AtjHka-Yulvtm-P.icillc Hipoiil
tlon, If the priipusltlou wiili h Is now
on foot lu ut all possible of i ill r) lug
out. Special Agent Clillds Is Inking
up tlie sugar exhibit now, mid he
plaim In make this, of tourso. Hie
lending ngilriilturnl display nloni
v.ith the pineapple bhow.
Ho Is now considering tlio Ide.i of
(umitriictlng u ilupllcnle of the fa
mous old rtatue that stands In front
of Hie Judiciary building, making tho
outside coating of the dlfferent-coloi-ed
A C'oslul Palaen Is also planned,
to lie built out of sugar, ami It may
be that u model of the historic pal.ieo
will lie followed. The II 1st proposi
tion will bo to find out wlicHier or
not the sugar could bo made haul
enough mi that It would not Humble.
It It can ba made of the lousluteiic-y
of loci; i-audy, Ulillds Ihlukn the prop
osition will go through. It would
icit.iilily prove a lintel exhibit und
would attract great attention.
SAY AMERICA IS SLOW
Bishop and Lahm Sneak of tlie Great
Interest in Aerial Flights
ti ( .Abroad
NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 20.
Two enthusiasts In nvlntlon nirhud
hero todny from llnvic. They weiu
Courtlnnd Field HUhop, president o!
the Aero Club of America, ami Fiunl
S. Iihm, father of Lieutenant Frank
P. libm, one of Hie 'United Stales
Army's specialists In neronmitlc.1.
Speaking ot tho pi ogress of uvia
lion, Mr, llishop said: "I puiposo '
do all 1 can to mouse enthusiasm lu
this country In the new Held. It 'a
deplorable, how little Interest Is man
Rested hero in It. In Fiaiuu every
body la wild over It."
Mr. I.ahm had this to sny: "Tho
experimental stage of Using has been
passed and we have at lived ut tho
time of practical demonstration. Avl
atlon is going to huvo u git at moral
effect because when J on know thai
n man with dnnmlto may be llo.it-
lug abnte your hoitso It makes ou
think. In tho sptlng I think that
theiu will be neiopl.iuo Mights from
Franco itcmss tho English Llniniiet
Ilotlt Lahm und llishop highly
pinlHcd tho achievement ot Wllbui
Wright with his iicraplntio In Fiance.
AMERICAN FIGHTERS SIGN
TO MCET ALL COMERS
New York, Dec 14. Two prominent
American llghteis wcro rlgued last
night to meet nil comets In lights lu
Europe, beginning January S. 'Hid
pugilists wlio will mnku thu dip
abroad aro Jou Jennet! e, tho colored
light heavyweight uud Wllllu Lewis
tlio mlddlo weight, who bent tight men
nt Put Is early tills ,c.u
Victor Breycr, tho light ptotuotor of
Paris, wlio brought Iho foreign riders
to Jin's country fqr the six d iy blejclo
race, arranged with tlio lUhtetH Ac
cording to tho contract, Je'iuetto Ih to
engage In six buttles with men of tiny
weight, while I.uwls will light leu con
losts with pugilists weighing butwien
'M and 100 pounds.
Tlio guarantees for bollt nun amount
to JlO.o&O, with privilege of accepting
30 per cent of tlio lecelpts hi each
(lght. Xhey will bo allowed their ex
penses both ways
All 1008 taxes remaining unpaid
Jan. 1, 1009, will be published as de
linqucnt. jrjr BULLETIN ADS PAY -
ttVdnoH lay. D'-ci-mhir .10
A.-H. 9. S, Alaskan, Ueiiiiell, fiiini
Snti Finiiclwu, 3:30 p. m
Thursday, Decomber 31.
Hlmr. Muuna I.oa, Slmeison, rront
Kona mid Knu polls', a. m.
Wi'ilnt'Mlny, Hecumlier 30.
Hlmr. NllliUu, Oiiess, for K.iu.tl. 5:10
Hlmr Klii.iu for Kan.il purls, r,-p in,
'- 'Ttwf 1 -!
I' M H. S. ("ilni I'rlele, from Yn'itii
h.im.i. u. in
A. II. H. H. Tex-ili. fioin San I'rau
P. M. H. H Khlni. Tiielo, for S.in
Francisco, nbout f p, in,
I PASSENQERn ARRIVED '
Per stt.ir. Manna l.o.i, Hlnicison,
from Knu. Kona nnd Maul ports, Dec
31. Call Wollcrs. Mrs 1! Joseph MIib
i: I.ey, John (Irelg Mrs .1 O Kmlili,
Master W. Hinllh. Mrs R Kendli.
Mlsn I. flnlen. John Silver nnd wife.
Mm. M Tehilr.i ("apt R V. Miimi,
Mrs I!, A (litnni'i A Finn mid wife,
.' II.Hv.try, F J Itdiney Mm J Les
lie mid 31 on the!:
BAILEY WILL FIGHT
Wni Illusion, lice 1C- It was madi
plain In tlio Semite today I'tut Iho pus-
ii nnvlngs bank bill will etieiuinler
Croat oppiiltltiii Senator Halle). l)i ui
cerat. Is riep.ulu:; to lead the light
ugiinst it, and gave liidlc.ithiiiH or this
then tlio bill was called up lij St;i:iliir
'niter shoitly nriur thu iipeulu:; ten
Ion. Senator Ralley dlil not object lo Sen
licit- fatter mldiiMi Inir lh M iifii.,
--T. ...... .-,-
on tlie bill, but lie did ohjot i to liio
iitousiiro being undo the inillnli lu 1
Piisliiess Ijunire the Sen.it" It hi
peeled thi't tho dchitu oil Hie hill will
bo pildrncted lltul tint Iilt'.ui3 will In-
O'lllil liy ItH iippouclltH lo pi event iln
(lining In n volo or ut least from
caching n vote until so I He lu Mm
reunion Hi.tt the Hoiiso cannot iIIumm-i
of it even If tl.o Senate nisscd It.
ScU'itnr Carter ntinko lu Iho .-'en i..
at length in I nor of (no me-i.in,., and
ilvvidt upon tho groat Intirei.t that lum
neen iinniseii in it. Hi- r.ald tin na
tional conventions of all iwtlltlcnl ii.it
Ilex had lukeit It tin mid thru In , it
Izetts' oiganlratlon.s nml tho publle
ptess everywhcio lit vll'ii-n. h unlet
iiuil town, till over Iho nuntry. It had
been debated wllh Intensity. S"iimor
Carter B.ild that the vvldo range t.i ;eit
by thu discussion was ruiiall,..! In- 1 1...
nlnioEt imlverii.il upprovai of the m is
Ho entered Into nn argument ntul
iptottd Ltcts nnd llgtiret lu lUi.tll l
ihtvv tho mollis of Iho postal luvlngi
(Continued from Pane 1)
morning riinn Ainu I on thu Muuna
Lon, after liuvlnc nuiiln fi caiofttl ex
amination or tho north mid uiiith
castern coast of tho Inland. His in
vestigations convince htm thnt n
light should hu placed at Pnvvela in
order to safeguard iuter-lidand ship
ping, as,Spaitati leef has uIvviijh In ell
it set Ions menace Id vessols pas'ilui;
in mid out of Ktihiiltil hmbor.
Thu S).ittan was laden with coal
fiom Niivvcasllo for Lahaliiit. Sim
went ushtiio tut Hie leer, which has
since been known ns Spjit.m itef.
uud In i pile or the hemic elTiiit.i of
the captain und cievv or tlio tug Fe.u
liss of Hoiiolulit, became it total loss.
Sonio time tigo :t llcht was nitthoi
Iztd ut-Nalcelell on iinu sldo of Kahii
litl I luy, vvhlth Is tho entrain o to Ktt
liulul hmbor, und tho lamp lias Just
loon lighted. It will prove tut hit
nionse bunellt to ship laptulns, hut It
Is believed that, lu older to furnish
(omphito H.trcgii.iids, u ;ht idiiiiild
be established on thu other sldo of tlio
Thu now light. Just Installed, can
I.e si on seven nilleit out ut sea. Tho
Pavvela light would be of Hie uimu
chntucter, nnd tlie two would serve,
It is stated, t'j keep uissth off the,
reef when enteilng K'llmlul haibor.
nnd when standing off the norllic.ut
toast of Maul.
Supremo Court decides Inieriitato
coninierco ctiuiiiilssloii can not pu-ss
nuestlons iclntliii; to ptivalo tt.ms.if
tliius. Largo foi ce of sect c I servlco ii,it
'olti Bciitch for Mis McKillop'H mluslu
1 1 5.000 iiccUuc.
Sea Wrens, $1,00
18-foot Motor T.mitml. ...:n. a n....
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AND MACHINE WORKS
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