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nvcNiNo nm.t.rriN, Honolulu, tii . fiuday. j,n. i. ioj,
Hawaiian Third Degree.
nMl visiting member of the
Order aro cord)nlly nvled to
attend meetings of local lodges
HAIIMONY 10DQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening lit
7:30 lu 1. O. 0. K. Hall, Fort Street.
K. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKEHS, N. d.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and tleretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEEK1NO, C.C.,
JA8, W. WUITE, K.K.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, U. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing, lly order or the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MctNEHNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON. K.IU3.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E.
'Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanta and Fort streets.
" Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Beer.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE No. 1, 1, 0. B. M.
i ii Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at 'Knights ot
Pythias Hall;' .VUltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend, ,
. , A, n. ARLEIOH,. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
1 EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
t with their new FRENCH
157 Btretania St Phone 1491,
1W Best -Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in a brand new seven-seater. Call up
181 or 1458 and ask for
v C. H. BEHN
SEDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
4th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up,
1028 NUUANU ST.
Y CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
', PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0." Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR, BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc, Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made T(
Punches and drinks
The most popular
. place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
New Year's Day
2:30 IN THE AFTERNOON
A Trip to the Volcano of Kllauca.
She Atlantic Fleet in Honolulu,
onolulu Shriners on Parade.
Malihini Cliristmas Tree,
,And, many more of great local and
- JVn afternoon of Music and Moving
Al,25 XHi) 60 CENTS!
(..Reserved Seats, 50 Cents..
On Sale at Berestrom Music Store.
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20o
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine.
in? to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Sweedish Dances: The Transoorta-
tion of a Horse; The Sleeping Beau
ty; The Stowaway; After Midnitrht:
The Cossacks of the Don of Moscow;
Rival Barber's; The Squaw-Man's
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. ;
A Specialty is made of repairing
MERCHANT SI. TEL. 38fc(
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING STREET near BETHEL
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
ASSESSMENT NO. 9
In tho Harrison Mutual Uonevolent
Association duo Dec, 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909. All assess
ments are payable at the Secretary's
omco, Kaplolanl Uultdtng, King and
Mlakea Sts, '
LOCAL ANU GENERAL
W Don't store the paisc furniture
in the bam ; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Phone 290. P.R.Sullivan. Hack 115.
The Siberia arrived In Snu Francisco
Sec the slock of figure fitting cor
lets nt Mom's.
Chas. Notlcy returned today from
8. 8, 1 'ax ton was an arrival this
morning In tlio Mntina Ken.
Col. John T. linker of Illlo Is in
town, halng arrived today.
Tlio Alexander Young Cafo wishes
Its .many patrons n very Happy Now
All 1908, aits remaining unpaid
Jan. 1, 1009, will be published as de
linquent A. Horner .of Kuknlau, Ilawall, came
down today to spend his Now Year va
cation here, ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wbltehouso were
among .the. Incoming passengers today
from Hawaii, ,
It you are looking for any qt your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
ou'll find them.
Spend New Year's at Royal Annex.
Tnka your carrlaeo or uutomoblle
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg. Co., for
Hide In tlio swell Studcnaker driven
by tho expert chafteur, M. T. Lutz.
I'hono 191. Royal Hawaiian Garago. '
Have your typewriters una machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
ton ana .Mcrcnnm streets. Tele
H. I". Wood of the Promotion Com
mittee camo back this morning from
Hawaii. He arrived in tho steamer
Ma mm Kca.
The Civic Circle of tho Men's
League will hold no meeting beforo
January 8, at which dato tlio study of
the Municipal Act will bo resumed.
The Eddy refrigerator Is built prim
arily for service. That means economy
for the consumer. It is an honest, ser
viceable refrigerator that will last n
llfc-tlmo. Thco. H Davles & Co., Ltd.,
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
The Hoard of Immigration, which
met yesterday afternoon, decided to
mako no further ctToits to bring Terri
tory Portuguese back here. A short
time ago tho Hoard Incurred tho ex
pense pf bringing seventeen of these
back from tho Coast. They were most-
.y unmarried, while tho policy of the
Ilonrd Is to Introduce families.
Miss Woodard, nt 1141 Port street.
has still on hand a vory nlco assort
ment of fancy goods nnd underwear.
A very pretty dlrectolre house gown
has made a great hit and she can hard
ly fill orders for It. The Hawaiian
mumu, tho most comfortable of night
dresses, with French embroidery. Is
made of the finest materials. Orders
taken for stamping nnd embroidery.
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth yester
day restored civil rights to Stephen
Mahaulu, who served a term In prison
in connection with grafting In tho land
offlco, nnd ho commuted the llfo sen
tence of Klmurn Tobel, who was In
for murder, to thirty years' Imprison
ment dating from 1902. It is thought
PCPbablo that a pardon will bo given
George Wndo sHortly, as ho is very
III, .and Is not expected to Hvo.
D. L. Metzgcr. contractor for tho
breakwator, was Bclzcd with sudden
illness on Sunday evening, accompa
nied by. severo Internal pain. Dr. Grace
was, summoned, nnd did all that was
possible to alleviate his sufferings; but
tho patient continued so III that it wai
deemed advlsablo yesterday .morning
ui removo mm lo tile Hospital. It 1b
feared that ho may be suffering from
an attack of appendicitis. HIo paper.
Illlo, Dec. 31. Auditor Magulro yes
terday received a letter from Territor
ial Auditor Fisher stating that tho De
cember settlement with tho County
of Hawaii would leave a balance of
$23,057.31 coming to Hawaii in addi
tion to the regular monthly payment
of $13,250. With tho balance on hand
of 16,980.52, this will glvo tho old
Doard S43.267.86 cash on hand. Tho
obligations nro placed at $35,000 to
40,uuu up to December 31. which
should cnablo the old Hoard to rctlro
from omco with a balanco of a few
thousand dollars on hand.
AHE0NG GOT CONTRACT
(Special to tho n'ul let In)
WAILUKU, Maul. Dec. 31. J. A,
Aheong, who was awarded the con
tract for building tho new Kulnba
road, .about ono nnd one-halt miles
Jong, yll begin work on the road
early In January, 1909.
THEY FLOCK TO HILO.
Most of tho Wnlluku sports have
gono to Hllo to attend tho races and
watch Adlan and I'arnell make their
exciting heats. .This will bo a vory
dull Now Year at tho Maul county scat,
and everybody seems to bo anxious to
pass off the day with fow amusements
uinl less excitement possible
Youthful deserter from Navy con
fesses to brutal murder In Pittsburg.
WE SAVE EYES
by removing the first slight eye trou
bles that grow to bigger ones.
Lipari Islands May
Be Swallowed Up
HOME, Italy, Dec. St. It Is reported that the LIparl Islands, oft the
Sicilian coast, havo been swallowed up with their entire population of
28,000 souls. A torpedo boat has gone to Investigate.
LIparl Islands or Aclnnlan Islands
a group of volcanic Islands In tho
Mediterranean about H miles from
the north coast of Sicily, situated
between latitude 38 (leg.. 20 mln. and
38 degnGS mln. N., longitude 14 (leg.
in mln, and 15 dec. 'IS mln( ,K.j
snU comprised In the Department ot
Messina. , Population ab,out 22,000,
These Islands called byj the nncents
Eollno, Vulcanln, nnd Ihsulac Llpru
racorum, were supposed to be tho
rcsldenco of( Eolus nnd Vulcan. LI
parl, tho jargest, is populous nnd; well
ciiltlvnted, prbduclng great quantities
of corn nnd fruit, especially figs,
grapes, and rnislns; It likewise pro
duces alum, sulphur, nitre, nnd cin
nabar. It Is about If, miles In cir
FLEET WILL AID
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 31 The Atlantic Ilattleshlp Fleet Is
due at Messina on the 15th. It Is believed the crews wilt bo offered to
the Italian Government to uld the sufferers.
SCORPION FOR MESSINA
The U. S. S. Scorpion has becu ordered from Constantinople to Mes
sina. PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGE COMING
The President will send a message to Congress Mondny morning urg
Ing n relief appropriation, He has given $500. personally to tho lied
FIGHTING FOR FOOD
110 MB, Italy, Dec. 31. Ambassador Griscom nnd his aides will pro
ceed to Messina tomorrow to assist American sufferers nnd collect tho
The bodies thrown up on the coasts of the stricken sections In some
places obstruct the ralhoad tracks.
Tho dead nro estimated nt from 115,000 to 300,000.
At Messina thousands of people are searching the ruins for food
nnd fighting each other for It when found.
BURNING AND BURYIN OB0DIES
PALMI, Dec. 31. Two thousand bodies weie burled hero today.
At Keggio, which is completely devastated, bodies of thousands arc
being burned to nvoid n pestilence. The troops mc making broad in tho
RELIEF FUNDS AND BOAT
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 31. The Steel Trust has contributed $25,
000 to the Italian relief work; Stock Exchange, $21,000; J, D. Rocke
Tho stennif Celtic carries provisions for Messina sufficient to keep
50,000 people a month.
HE GIVES GOOD SUM
ST. LOUIS, Mo Dee. 31. Ilusch, the brewer, hns given $25,000. for
the relief of the earthquake sufferers. .
CALL TO CALIFORNIA
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 31. Tho Governor hns Issued a procla
mation ashing aid for the victims of. tlio earthquake.
A valuable painting, a plcco of the
Peacock collection, Is at present on
exhibition In tho studio of J. J. Wil
liams, whero It Is attracting tho atten
tion of connoisseurs, all of whom pro
l'ounco it to possess great excellence
Tho painting, a plcco of stlll-llfe, en
titled "In tho Apple Loft." Is tho work
of J. Fltz Marshall, and represents a
corner of a garret, some excellently ex
ecuted apples gMng It Its title. It
won a prize In an exhibition In tho
Grosvcnor Gallery, ono of tho foremost
art galleries of England.
FROM ITAinO HAWAII
Hllo, Dec. 31, It was between 1 mid
1:30 p. m. on Monday, tho Hnito day
that the disastrous earthquake occur
red in Italy, that Mrs. F. M, Swanzy
and Mrs. Mnry Gunn arrlvod nt Jul
ian Monsarrat's Kapapala ranch, nnd
Mrs. Gunn had Just asked If they now
had any of their old ttmo earthquakes,
when a smart tremor shook tho house.
A second shock was felt in the even
ing, though not ns sovero ns the flrst
one. It may bo that scientists can
trace somo connection between tho
thakes In Italy and Hawaii, If so thcli
Ideas would bo Interesting, Herald.
IS0I RELEASED ON
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at 9 o'clock this morning with sultablo
bondsmen, he would bo released. It
is a fact worthy of mention that ono
of tho thrco bondsmen who qualified
was Chlnoso, Yeo Yap going on his
bond for $10,000, Kawamoto for $3500,
und Y. Ishll for $6500.
it Is stated, that tho two attorneys
whoso names wore mentioned In con
rectlon with tho alleged "Influonco"
used to socuro pollco protection of Iwl
let shortly alter tho closing up of that
part ot tho city and during tho stay of
thojleots In this port, received money,
but took It as a retaining feo. It Is
n protty woll established fact that, by
nssessments of sums ranging from 13
to $12 ou tho denizens of Iwllcl, an ag
gregate amount of $1000 was raised.
This money went to someone, whether
as ictalning feo or In tho shape of a
lirlho, nccordlng to wall-founded Infor
mation in tho U. 8. Attorney's omco.
It Is said to havo been divided, $250
going to ono attorney and the lemalnd-
cumference; the nlr is hcnlthful, the
Inhabitants Industrious, and the
mules goqd. sailors. On tho eastern
coast Is Bltuated.a town, of the same
name, containing. a castle built by
Charles V., n cathedral, n, college, sev
cral convents, and n hospital. A con
siderable trade Is carried on In tho
principal produce ot the Island .The
other Islands are 8troniboll, Pannrla,
Vulcanoj- Salinl,' Allcudl, nnd Fell
cudl, with two or, three smallcroncs.
Volcanic eruptions canned In tho
sixth century; but.Llparl Is compos
ed of pumice-stone, Java, volcnnlo
Kinss, unci diuck snna; nnu mo warm
baths nnd heated vapors of the stoves
(excavations which emit hot sulph
urous exhalations) prove the nctivity
of the subterranean fires.
er to tho other.
Acting Attorney General Whitney
hns his oyo on tho proceedings and it
may ho that ho will tako a hand later
DOES ROCK CRACK
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dors It unsafe to continue the work.
According to the story current, a
largo Assure In tho rocks between tho
lighthouse site lind tho shore was
overlooked when tho lighthouse was
located, or has developed slnco that
time. It is said that a heavy shock,
such as an earthquake, might result
In tho breaking loose of the ledge
upon which the house stnnds, and tho
tumbling of tho structure Into tho
sea. Report further has It that It
has been definitely decided to Btop op
erations nnd seek a new location.
Tho foundation for tho lighthouso
has been completed and considerable
work was done on tho tower Itself,
prior to tho cessation of work, sever
al months ngo. Lack of material!
was given out ns tho reason for tho
stopping of work on the tower, but It
is now believed that tho discovery of
tho crack may havo had something to
do with It.
It wns impossible to get Into com
munication with any of the Govern
ment authorities today, so tho rumor
could neither be disproved nor auth
enticated. DEATH FROM CHRISTMAS JOY
(Spcclnl to the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
AILUKU, Maul, Dec. 31. A Por
to Illcan was found dead In tho Kau
pakulua leservolr last Saturday mor
ning nnd a Portuguese was nlso
found deud at Kahulul tho same
morning, Tho two hnd been enjoy
ing Christmas beyond tho limit.
Til ECIIINA of the Pacific Mall line,
Is duo horo tomorrow from tho Orient.
Sho will tnko passengers, mainland
trclght, and will dopart for San Fran
cisco at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
fjy'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
A lady, who occupies a new and hand
somely furnished home In Hono
lulu's best subuib, desires a lady
companion to make her homo with
her during the extended ubsonco
of her husbund on Hawaii. Ad-
drebs "J. O, a." Ilulletln o'tlce,
jjufiii il i --, jiii mil ii ii im ii V
HssisisisisisisssssDiIv4' V?- . '7-,-7
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, January 1.
SAN ritANCIHCO Arrived Jan 1
S 8. Siberia, hence Dee 2li.
QUIET NEW YEAR
From n police point ot view this
year's New Year's celebration lias been
the quietest on record for jenrs, the
business dono by tho Dupaitmcnt be
ing rnthcr less than that of the culin
ary Saturday night. Only four drunks
wero gathered In, two last night nnd
two this forenoon.
Last night thero was some trouble
In tho Pilanl family In Knllhl, with tho
icsult that tho lady of the house, Annie
Pilanl, landed In tho police station
(.ells, where she Is spending today,
whllo her lord nnd ninster was taken
to tho Queen's Hospital for repairs.
It nppcars that both had been cele
hratlug rather strenuously, mid that
t fight ensued, during tho progress or
which Annlo picked tip n lamp which
t.ho hurled nt the head nt her husband
with tolling effect. Pilanl went down
snd out, and was lying on tho floor In
n pool of blood when the police nr
1 1 veil. It wns found t lint lie had re-ceiu-d
a cut lu tho bend, nnd ho w.-u
consequently taken to tho hospital,
Henry Kunlae, n Hawaiian living In
u tencmont liousa on Lilian street, near
Vineyard, was nnothcr eclehrnut whose
unties got him into trouble. He nlso
hnd been Imbibing very freely, nnd
this morning when the nttrrmath
cmoto him hip nnd thigh he became
morose. A lit of jealousy seized him,
nnd ho gathered up n razor and n
tharp-edged trove!, with which ho
owed ho would commit suicide. Cap
tain Parker was called to the scene.
He Hccurcd tho wenimns and had Kua
lao taken to tho ixillco stntlon for safe
keeping. LOCAL MEN MAY BID
ON NAVALJRY DOCK
Thrco local contractors havo
4 deposited certified checks fur $100 ,
each with tlo authorities nt the
-t Naval Station In exchange for
copies of tho plans and secl(lcn- t-
tlons for tho Pearl Harbor dry-
4 dock. When bids arc put In, a
certified check for $20,000 will -f
-f havo to accompany each. Illds 4
4 must he lu Washington by Feb- 4
4- runry 15. 4
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BY CONSUL UYENO
"Omczcto-gozal-masu" a Japanese
expression for "A Happy New Year."
The above greeting wns exchanged
this morning between Japaneso Con
sul Gencrnl S. Uyeno nnd tho Japan
eso residing in Hawaii, at the Con
sulate General, whero the Consul Gen
ernl held a reception. Uyeno, who
Is n noble, was icsplendcntly attired
In his Consular uniform, embroidered
with gold. Ho wore mnny decora
tions and medals of honor, some of
which were of the highest order. He
was assisted In receiving by Elevo
Consul K. Abe, who nlso woro the
ofllclal uniform of his rank,
The portraits ot Their Imperial
Majesties, the Emperor nnd Empress,
wero hung In tho contcr of tho re
ception hall. They wero adorned
with the Imperial colors ot the cry-
santhemum and Japaneso flags. As
tho.callcis nirlved they woio receiv
ed by the staff of the Consul, who
presented them to the Consul. Ileforo
.extending their New Year aloha to
tho Consul they flrst paused In front
of tho Imperial portraits and bowed
reverently. Having done this, they
proceeded to pay their respects to the
In tho adjacent apartment, the
guests, who wero principally men,
wero Invited to pnrtnke of light re
freshments wlilch wero provldod for
tho occasion, This completed, tho
guests onco moro saluted tho Impe
rial Majesties nnd Consul nnd passed
out of tho hall.
The callers were numerous, nnd all
wero In their best New Year clothes.
Tho reception, though simple, was
one ot the best held In the Consulate
General since Uyeno's nrrlvul.
Prominent among the cniors wero
Dr. Katsukl, Dr. Mltamura, Dr. Ha
Ida, Dr. Oyama, Mr. Tokleda, mana
ger of tho Yokohama Spcclo Hank,
and staff, S, Oznkl, K, Isoshlmn, J
Aral, S. Kojtma, M. Yamashlro, M
Komeya, K. Kawasaki, Okuzaki, 8
Mlzawa, Nagao, K. Ono, Hutu. Kativ,
Y, Soga, Y. Klmurn, 8. Sheba, O, T)a
shlio and Bovernl others.
A number of the vetermiB of, tho
Chlnu-Japan nud Itusso-Japan wars
woro among the callers, 'fnoy nil
wore medals won in the warn.
I-rldak Janiiar 1
Simr Manila Kca. Freeni -n. from
Hllo mid wn Hii O.l.'in m
T SAILING TODAY
Stmr. Klnau for ICniial purif 0 p. m .'''
V. M. S. 8. China, Filcle. mini W
kohntnu. n. m.
A.-ll. 8. 8. Texan, from flan Fran-
1. M. 8. 8. China, Filele. for Sou
Frnnclsco, about 5 p. m.
Per Btmr. Mntina Kea, from Illlo and
way ports, .Inn. 1 12. 0. Towtisend, J.
II. Whltehonse, Mrs. Wliltehutiso nnd
maid, F. I Lester, .Mrs Lester, V.
Hindi. Miss F. Illndt, W. P Allen. L.
.'. WIiIUIioiisp, 8. Carson, MIhb ,1. An-(
gus, A. K. Tillman , Mrs. Tillman, ('.
Nngusa. P. A. Klin, J. Mab, (.' V
Wlllford, J. do Cornea, Mlsu tie Coiuc.i.
Master McCarthy. Miss McCaithy. Mh
M. Blacker, Miss Llitgln, It. I. I.lllle.
Mrs. Llllle, Mrs. M. Gunn, Mm M.
Deacon, Miss Snow, S. 8. Paxtnu. I.
t'htn, (loo. Robertson. II. Kutnuun,
Hobb Shea, Jim. llackett. C'Ii.ih Nut
ley, Miss V. Madden, Mrs. 12. Madden,
D. U.' Maconachle, A. Horner, Mlha
Dowd, J. Molnoeko, F. May. II. V.
Wood, MrB. Wood, It. 12. Iloml. Win.
Ilookmiul, J. Anderson, Miss ,1. Halt
well, M. T. Furtadii, Mrs. Furtmlo and
lour children, C. L. Heal, J no T. Ilak.
or, Mih. P. T. Phillips, MrB 12. N. IM
kl, 8. Lulakea, .Miss 1-2. Sole, Miss M.
Hemming, Miss It. Peck, Mrs. M. Den
con, C. W. llaldwln, II. It. C'nslle. Miss
V. Law, Miss N. Hurt, Miss F. Hurt?
E. Hanneberg, J. dairy. W. Searle,
Harry Choak, Wong Jnck. .las. Human,
K. P. Low, Hrotlier F.ugeni lliothor
Lewis, A. C. Mnby. V. .McCoy.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
' THE STEAMER .Manna Kca liiiiugbt
lu the following freight this morning:
1 bag com, S crates celery, 10 hiicIch
ooffco, 11 sacks awa, 10 hacks empty
bottles, II empty kegs. 21 liarroN
empty bottles, IS sacks telephone pins,
20 cases chickens, 7 oases pig, II
hides, 68 packages vegetables, 1C0
THE PURSER ot tho Manna Kea ii.
poits the following sugar on Hawaii,
Thursday. December 31: Olaa, ll.OOii,
shipping all today; Walnaku, 13S0; Ho
nokaa. 4000; Punaluit. 3003.
THE HRITISH steamer Olendovmi,
twenty days out from Newcastle,
'cached port yesterday afternoon with
P cargo of coal for tho Inter-Island
company. q j
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion llalibltt has announced tho fol
lowing teaching nppoliitmeuts:
Miss Gertrude Tophnm nnd Miss
Myrtle Hodge go to Waliiiea, Kauai,
to replace Miss Itoso Aen nnd Itowcn.i
Elnton, vho rctlro on account of Ill
health. Miss Dorothy Whlttlngton takes
tho placo of MIes Kapunlai nt Keknh.i
Miss Elizabeth Dow Is transferred
from Kapanu, Hawaii, to Haunlel,
MIsb Catherine Potter Is appointed
Miss Annn Sorcnson takes her old
position nt the Ilnynl School.
Miss Adklnson, who has been Biih
stltutlng lit the Ituynl, goes to tho
Miss Clnrn Simpson tnl.ea the placo
of an uuoertincatcd teacher at Pal.i.
Mrs. A. V. Crockett takes tho placo
ot Mr. Yeo Kill, who leaves ou ac
count of Ill-health, at Spreckclsvllle.
Miss Ellon Copp lesumcs her placo
Manuel Carvnlho tal.es the placo ot
Ross Hall nt Keoltea.
Chester Doylo will anivo on tho Pa
clfle Mall liner China tomorrow from
Jnpan with Abo, tho absconder. Abo
Is the man who collected about $13,000
from his Japanoso fi lends around town,
and then skipped away to Jnptn to Hvo
high. Extradition papers wero gotten
out, howoor, and tho runnwnv waB nr
rested In Dalny. Chest.-r Doylo was
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. "W. Ahana Co.,
f2 S.lNa ST. PnONE P25.
ATHE JEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
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