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If WEEKLY CALEKDAR
k Oceanic Installation.
Mc, " t i TUUWDAV
B '. " Pacific Installation.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY L0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meets every Monday evening Rt
7 s 30 In 1. 0. 0. r. Hall. Fort Street.
K. n. HBNDHY. Secretary.
UKN. F. V1CKKRS, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot I. Hall,
Corner Fort nnd iloretanla. Visiting
brother cordlall) Invited to nttonit.
V. 0 DF.KRINO, CO.,
JAS W WHITE, K.U.9.
HONOLULU LODOE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, 11. P. 0.
E., will meet in their hall on King
ntur Fort Street every Friday even
ing. ,lly ordtr ol the P. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. 11 McINERNY, E. II.
Wm. JI'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
' Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Ilcrctanta. Visit
ing hrothcrs cordially invited to at
tend. W. L. FItAZEE, C.C.,
K. A. JACOHSON, K.n.S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet a on the 2nd nnd 4th WED-
IUSDAY -evening ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Mall, corner
Ujtrctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to At
tend. V. I.. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. H.
Meets everjr first nnd third Thurtf
days of each month at Knights of
Pythla3 Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. a ARLEIGH, Sachem.
a. n. MunriiY, c. ot it.
!! win limn !
EXCELLENT' LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
W7 Brretania St Phone 1491.
Ibe Bat Whiskey on the Marlwt.
THOS. T McTIOIIE & CO.. AQENIS.
? 101-105 KING Si
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in'a brand new seven-seatcr. Call up
101 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
5tk, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
'CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
5 PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Offite: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
1 King St.; P, 0. Bos 014.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
'L U N C if E S and DRINKS
The most popular
! place" in ton.
? The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
j.Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
LATEST AND BEST
Admission 10c and 20o
Children, fie. "
Wonderful llotion Fictnrt orlse
ins to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and. Pathos.
Two changes each week. t
Monday and Thursday
Sweedish Dances: The" Transporta
tion of a Horse: The Sleenine Beau
ty; The Stowaway; After Midnight;
The Cossacks of the Don of Moscow;
Rival Barber's; The Squaw-Man's
Daughter. .1 i:
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
: .CO.; Ltd.
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
IS HERE '
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEJi. 388.
ASSESSMENT NO. 9
In the Harrison .Mutual lienovoleot
Association due Dec, 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909. All assess
ments are payable at the Secretary's
office, Kaplolanl Building, King and
Alakea Sts '
TOURING CAB, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., tTD!
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.-
R. MIYATA A CO., f
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
MASON WORKERS. p
Second Hand Lumber, Doors nu
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
P. H. BURNETTE.
Attornev-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary. Publio; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale;
Leases, Wills, etc; Agent to Grant
Marriaire Licenses. ' '' .
79 MERCHANT ST. V
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
IUanlc; books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
Publishing Company, '
IH J. M.LEVYj.&,Ct).l5LTD. I
KING STREET near BETHEL I
" PHONE 76. "I
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
LOCAL ANt ifcNEIAL
JMT fiou't store" the passeVfurnitnre
in the born two bits' worth of B u 1
le t i n Want Ads', will sell it for you.
Phone 200. P.R.Sullivafl. Haok 115.
See the stock of .figure fitting cor
rets at Illom's. -
If you are looking for any of your
friends eo to the "Two Jacks" and
you'll find theni.
Spend New Year's at Royal Ahnex.
Take your carriage or automoDim
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Up-to-dato repairs. ,
Have. your typewiitoni ahd machines
repaired' at Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant .streets. Tele
phono If, .
William Vannatta, Superintendent of
Water' Wdrks nt Hllo, and a well
known contractor, arrived on the Man
K! Kca yesterday.
D. MoKcntle, who was manager of
Hakalau plantation storo for about
fourteen years, was lately married, la
Forfar, Scotland! bis bride being Miss
It Is Btatcd that Dr. Holman, now
the assistant resident physician at the
.Molokai Settlement, will join tho staff
of' the. leprosarium as soon as that Hi
ntltutlon Is opened.' , w
Deputy County Attorney. Alnll .will
not ba'rcappolnted by the now County
Attorney of Hawaii. Itsls reported
that the County Attorney proposes to
do sonio work himself.
Passengers from Hawaii x .on the
;Mauna Kea yesterday, report that Uio
Big uland experienced -an earthquako
shock on Monday last.on the day when
Lthe Sicilian disaster tticcturad- ,
, ine iiooma ana 'iioois.' Lahuh So
ciety will hold their regular monthly
meeting Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock, at the Kaplolunl Maternity
Home. All members are requested to
The band will play today at tho de
parture, of tho fcteamer China. The
Sunday concert will be held nt Aala
Park. Monday forenoon tho band will
play at the inauguration of City and
County Government of Honolulu.
Governor John Baker advises Hilo
Ites to establish a Hawaiian park near
that city as a tourist attraction, a place
where native grass houses can .be
built, native fruits grown and native
life depicted. He also wants a hotol.
"A toothsomo repast 'of light ed
Iblos" was served en Now Year's eve
at tho Seamen's Institute. Superin
tendent Evcrton presided. He was as
sisted by Hugh Mlnchln. About thirty
persons, mostly from the ships In har
bor, wore proscnt
Dr. Wayson of the Board of Health
has beon Invited to attend the Bergen
Leprosy Conference, to be held under
tho auspices of tho Norwegian Gdvom '
'ment. Dr. Wnyson's Invitation came
m a personal letter from G. A. Hansen,
president of the conference.
"Tl VamI In..II .ii f-
.(. HVjM UUUGA 1WW1 UlCIUS.
i ur. ocrvn'j uisnop points out mat
Iho "Bishop" rings around tho sun.
which are due to volcanic disturb
ances, and which were first Identified
by him after the Krakntoa disaster, are
now visible, being quite evidently
caused by' the Italian' outbreak".
Tho annual meeting of Iho Chinese
Unlted'Soclety'waa held yesterday and
was, as uYual, honoroil by the pres
ence of police. Pak Cheo. the well
known bravo, was arrested for dls-
Jurblrtg-the meeting,, but otherwise the
ituair was raiuer quiets 'ine election
of officers resulted ss'follows: .'Presi
dent,, Yeo Chlu; vvleo, president, Lau
Tong seefbtary, ChanrKIra; assistant
secretary, Chong Jack Lai; treasurer.
Ho Fon; assistanVtreosurer, Doo.Wai
Sing. New1 truafees lb, serve three
yearsK ChmOem.HtfFoh.Cblng Shal,
Goo Kim Fookf Lau jYIB?
; . '''.
Central pnlon Church Sunday.
Jan! 3: At 4i45, Blb'le Sch'odl
Classes 'fir' all ages' 'begliinlnsf' ttie
new',c6ure",'ln the' study ;of trib-Acts
ancTEplsiles. A,t l'u Ih'ttifl Parlor
Men's League': Ulb)etblaB,' updaV'ttid
drrectloif of tho'' Asslstnht MInlst'i'r,
beglrinlriirtlie r'ehdlnk.course' In the
Oospels Btiuject,' "the Origin of
th-e aosels: Wh Four IteCordi:" Al
II, Morrtldff tyorshlpNW Years
Sermbfl By'the Minister; special mo
slc brtHe'ehbfr. t'drao'ln'ihV'PaN
fsh House, .Christian Edileftvor
meeting; lie) by the Assistant Minis.
ieri Nenr Year's' topic, "TheDuty of
Making dood Resolutions'." At 7:30,
Evening 'Wprship; sermon by the As
sistant Minister, "The Costiof Char
acter"; Bpeeiat music by the choir.
Cbrdlril rnvi'tatlon to alP to attend
these services, especially to visitors
and strapgers In the city,
,-,,,.,. i an . i , ' r
' Dr. W.-Jr MeGee, of -tho geological
survey, announced after his return td
Washington from a trip to the Adlron
dacks, that the recent forost fires id
that eoctlon bad cost thd Stato at least
(1,000,000 a day,
WE SAVE EYES
by removing the first slight eye; trou
bles that grow to bigger oneev ,
HONOLULU, T. It., SATUUDAY. JAN. 2. 190.
Pa laces Become Hospitals
IlOME, Italy, Jan. 1. Tho Iloynl palaces at Homo and Cnsctl have
been turned Into hospitals.
BEAD EXCEED 200,000
MESSINA, Sicily; Jan. 1. Professor Illcco, Director of tho Aetnan
Observatory, estimates that the doail will exceed two hundred thousand.
'Earthquake shocks and cold rains nre continuing. An efficient dis
tribution of food Iibb been organized, Cntanln is one vnst hospital.
EARTHQUAKE AT ALGIERS '
ALGIERS, Morocco, !lan, 1.'
TORTY-ONE NAMED TOR DEATH "
YEKATEIIENOSLAV, Russia, Jan: l.--Tho Military Court has pro
nounced forty-one death sontencetv.m'.ostly agnlnst railroad strikers, who
committed offences agalifst public .order In I90R. '' m.i
r i i i m-
' '' ' SUBMARINE ACTION OFF GEORGIA
NORFOLK, Vn'.,' Jantl'l.'r-OincerH
volcanic action two hundred miles off
area ot boiling wntcr,
BERLIN, Germany, Jan. 1. At hls'rece'ptlon today tho Kaiser re
ceived the American, British, Japanese, and Turkish Ambassadors.
SIX THOUSAND CALLED ON ROOSEVELT
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 1.
President exchanged greetings with
FOUR MEN KILLED IN RIOTS
WARSAW, lluflsla, Jan. 1. FOifr men were killed today In a fight
between Socialists and Nationalists.
m i m i ,
THREE PROHIBITION STATES
ATLANTA, Ga., Jan. 1. Prohibition went Intd effect today In North
Carolina, Mississippi, and Alabama. s, " (
. Whitney & Marsh's underwear sale
Is now on.
Seats for "Mrs. Wlggs of thu Cab
bage Patch" will be on salo at Berg
Strom Music Co. Monday, January 4 at
9 a. m.
The ham and bacon you get at the
Metropolitan Is bojtcr than tho cov
ered hams and bacon you buy In some
of the shops. Ring telcphono 4S.
8nchs' annuaPJanuary sale of ladles'
muslin underwear will begin next Mon
day morning, January 4th. Everything
will' go at tremondons reductions. See
tho window display.
PauKvHana will clean the slato of
had resolutions andkeep tho new ones
brighlr throughout -the year. What's
tno ttie ot'httvlng-i, dirty floof when
Pau-Ka-Hana will make It clean.
All styles of garments In muslin
underwear on salo at Whitney &
Skeetgo is the greatest enemy there
Is to mosquitoes and there Is no unpleasant-
smoke or odor In a room
where Skeet.go is used. Got one- at
Benson, Smith ft CO., Ltd.
Eminent 'Physicians' and 'Scientific
Hen Agree That it Should be
- Treated as Such
i " ' -ii.4
DrunkenneBB'ls a progressive dis
ease; the moderate drinker 'Is not sat
isfied with two or three drinks a day,
the craving for more and mora be
comes Irresistible as tho disease ad
vances; tho result Is Chroulo Alcohol
.The -treatment used successfully by
thousands right in their own homes Is
Orrlfls. , It, Is a scientific cure for
Drunkonness and has'glven such uni
versal satisfaction that It is sold .under
av positive guarantee to effect a euro
or-your money will be refunded. This
I guarantee.,! given, in good faltli arid
is carried' out to tne le'tor. Urrlno Is
not a new reme'dy:' It ban'beerl sold by
tho; loading driigglsts' In every city for
years. H has. lifted tens of. thousands
from the .depths to worthy manhood
and has 'tho heatry, endorsement of
grateiui men ana women in overy state
In the UnlOH.' '., I .. ,.
Pxlrne.vrfo' ft .the secret remedy;
Orrlno No. ,,i, 'Is for those willing to
take tho treatment. Elther'form costs
Sl.oo. Tba guaranfeo: Is tht), same in
either case: Wrttfl to-The Arrlno Co..
Washington, D.,C.,,for free booklet oa
Drunkenness, mailed in plain sealed
envolope. Orrlno will be mailed sealed1
on receipt of price. "Sold by leading
druggusts and In this city by Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort street, , , , ,
At 1 o'clock this afternoon i'i,i cov
of tho Amorlcnn-Hawallan frelghtor
Texan wasipaid.off at. the- oPco iif the
United States Shipping Commissioner,
In compllancVwIth' the law. ho men
wre at sea on Christmas' nnd New
Year's so' their holldny celebfatl-ms
Wdre of-necesslty postponed. Willi a
Sunday beforo.them and a month's pay
In their: pockets, (hoy nre planning to
havet their 'celebration now, however,
' Miss Madeline Edison, the 20-year-old'
daughter of the' groat inventor, Is
said' to'have' Inherited her father's
ability' to create now things. Sovoral
of her Inventions nro now in use.
PfiCllllllr tnAtAni ilrnna In xrT77TT
JeaTingrWhU streak la its path,
edrthqWko occurred here today.
of two steamers report submarine
the coast of Georgia, with a wide
At his 'Nef Year's reception
six thousand people.
PARTAKE OF FEASTS
, - i
After enjoying tho Christmas and
New Yonr holidays on. the broad
Pacific ocean and encountering fairly
good weather, tllo Pacific Mali steam
ship China rounded Barber's Point
shortly after 7 o'clock this morning
and came Into the hnrbor, docklni; at
the Chnuhel whhrf, where she Com
menced to discharge tho Honolule
On Christmas and Now Year's the
ofllcors ot tho China entertained the
passengers with feasts. The tables
were bountifully laden and oRlcerl
nnd passengers had a jolly time. Af
ter the dinners, musical program
were enjoyed In the diners.
The China brought forty bags ot
msll for Honolulu. After taking In
sufficient coal and supplies. bIio will
I resume her voyage, sailing at li
o'clock this afternoon- with passen
gers, freight, and mall fur the Coast.
' CHANGES LICENSE
Tho Board of illquor' Commnsloners
lift lil a ntwit-t ninf.ll Air I not Tliiiiaflfi. nt
'wnlch tl10 !,cmon f Krcrt ' j ntnu
. to nave nil licence cnangeu iron, a re
tail td wholesale was allow. J j
business require that he deliver the
greater amount of his liquid refresh
ments to his customers, and this Is
not allowed under a retail license.
This boosts tho cost of his license from
S750 to $1000. The Board will n.eot
again on Monday
(Continued from Faze 1)
tt at S o'clock, nnd from then on mi- It
ill tho 29th, whon tho AUAmcrl- tt
tt cans nre duo to arrive hero from tt
tho Orient, thcru will bo dally it
U practice, tt
JJ Tho n I no which will meet Mlko tt
tt Fisher's aggregation will be chos- tt
it en from tho following players. It
tt Lyman, Soares,- neuter, Leslie, it
it John Williams,, Al. Castlo,,n. Joy, tt
tt Georgo Uruiu, K. Fernandez, Jim it
it Williams, Dushnell, S. Mlllor, W. tt
it Hampton, McKeuile, Olmos, Do- it
it sli'a and Lota. it
it "I hmin Ihnt tho funu nt llnnn. t
tt lulu will get behind us and boost," it
tt said Captain Fernandez this of- it
ft ternoon. '.'"We are going to be up tt
tt against crack professionals, and it
it wo shall neeiLovcry bit of encour- it
ttgement thai wo receive. If a it
it mnn makes, a bad play on tho tt
SS flulJ, try to encouraga him to do ti
ti hotter, and don't yoll "rotten."' it
it CapUIn Fernandez Is partlcu- it
ti lurly anxious to'havonll thu men tt
it darned nboVo, on hand for prac- ti
ti lice Monday. it
Miss Mary 17. Miller, a Chicago law
yer, has Just received a foo of 130,000
for her work In sottllng tho will of 'a
Westerd millionaire. , ") ,. t
A Most ExcellenLAuortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST.. PHONE' M5.
THE REST "ntTEBS" T J0WN,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, January 1.
HAN FKANCI8CO Arrlvod Jan. 1:
H, H. Blburla. henco Dec. 20.
(Continued from Paze".)
heavy clouds on the horlion Is appar
ent to even -the moat casual observer,
i On the whole, Fern's appointments
of department heads nro satisfactory
to tho Hoard, And It Is quite probable
that they will stand ns they arc. It
Is In tho nppolntmeht of 'the , large
host of minor olllclalrf that Fern lias
stirred up the Ilepubllcap members,
and, silent ns they wish to be, they
nre not nble to conceal their wrath,
nnd .express their wonder thut tho
MaVor did not go so" fur ns to appoint
the road laborers nnd the street sweep
Tim question ls,whether Fern will
submit his list of appointments to the
Hoard or not. It seems probable that
ho will not do so. It is understood
thnt In either lease the Republican
majority wlfl insist on the right of
the department heads to appoint
their own subordinates, nnd thit a
battle will ensue which Is bound to
land In the courts' seems unavoidable.
The committee appointments will
boV another sonrcd of trouble. Fern
announced today' that he woutd an
nounce his committee nppolntmi-nls
on Monday. Ily appointing the1 com
mittees he will be following out the
lules ot the present Hoard of Super
visors, where Chairman Itustncu has
been appointing committees, but the
Republican Supervisors Intend to
tako this power out of Fern's hands,
and to accomplish this end they I; live
adopted the qulto simple expedient
of drafting n new set of rules for the
Hoard, which they will pass by force
of numbers. A draft ot the3 rules
has already been prepared, hut It will
undergo a few minor change during
tho day. The main point will, how
ever, remain unchanged, nnd this Is
that the committees lire to bo select
ed by tho vote of the Hoard, In which
case Fern's appointment ot commit
tees will, of cource, go by the board.
Tfic Republicans feel no doubt but
thnt tlits plan will wtirk satisfactor
ily, and that thoy will tlniH bo able
to deprive the Mayor of one of the
most Important prerogative)! which It
was. thought he would hold.
In addition to the main Issues the
Hoard' will have u largo amount ol
routine work and red tape to gu
through at its Monday meeting,
which will consequently he quite n
At tho police station tho passing of
the old regime and 'tho coming In of
the new ono will be a somcwhnt for
mal affair. Sheriff Iaukcn will havo
tho entire forte, except such men n
ii ro engaged, lined up In the Police
Court room nt 11 a. m., provided the
court work has been finished by thut
time, which will quite probably bo
the case. If not, the police station
yard will be used. He will make un
address to tho men, whereafter those
who havo not "been re-appointed will
turn over their badges, whllo tho now
men will be given their commissions.
READY P0R NATI0NA1
(Continued from Page 1)
proper supply departments for neces
sary ordnance, quartermaster, sub
sistence, and medical stores and sup
plies not Intor than February 3rd,
1909, clothing requisitions to con
form to Pnrugrnph S90, Ilegulutlons
N. O. II.
7 In compliance with Special Or
ders No. 23C, Headquarters, Depart
ment of California, tllo organizations
of the Nntlonul Guard of Hawaii will
b Inspected In ramp by Mujor Sam
uel W. Dunning, 20th Infantry,
Commanding olllcers will make re
turns In duplicate as follows:
a Returns of ordnanco, quarter
master, subsistence, medical, and
b Returns ot all officers nnd en
listed men prcsent'nnd absent at
tho time of the Inspection,
8 Pay, subsistence, nnd transpor
tation will be allowed to all olllcers
and enlisted mon from the time they
start from their homo rendezvous to
the time of their return thereto.
Ily order of the Governor:
JOHN W. JONES,
Adjutnnt Genoral, Chief of Staff.
William McDonoitgh, pay clerk of
the battleship Mlroburl, leaves vessel
In China to Join- sweetheart In San
Francisco and is arrested as n do
Conference nrranged between rcprc
rfoiilntlvps ot tho transcontinental rail
roads nnd tho San Francisco shippers.
F. A. Ilelnze, deposed copper king,
attends gny dinner with theatrical
, . ..
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St,
1. M. 8. 8. China, Frlole, from Jn
pan, a. m.
A.-ll. 8. 8. Texan, from San Finn
tlRco, 10 a. nu
1'. M. S. S.. China, Frlclo, for Ban
Francisco, 5 p. m.
Par P. M, S. 8, China, from Japan,
Dec. 2. For Honolulu: C. A. Doylo,
i:. K. Ilnrtmaun, Dr. W. It. Lamb. For
San Francisco: F. Aanon, M. Adnctl,
Mrs. K. Adactl, K. P. Allen, T. Uahh.
J. 8. Harnes. Mrs. J. 8. Harnes, Cnpt.
llarstow, T.-J, Berry, M. li Carroll,
Miss M. II. Cooper. W. II. Dixon. M. N.
Durrnnt, Mrs. O. ICwIng, Mrs. J. (Hills,
K. W. Hewson, W. 11. Horner, Jang
, Yet, Mrs. nJng Yet 0. I Jiidson, L. M.
) Kelm, Mrs. K. L. Kllbourno, Miss Kit
bourne, Leo How, Leo Kan, J, W. Leo
Junes. J. Lchlbaeh, Lin Chlng Won;;,
MIkh Lowell, MIsm F. Lowell, W. A.
Miller. Mrs. W. A Miller, W. Miller.
IV. Miller, F. M. Peck, T. P. Pilgrim,
Mrs. Quail Slice, W. P. Starmer, M.
Tadcmoto. T. P. Temple, It. C. Wit-
Tho STEAMSHIP TEXAN of tho
American-Hawaiian lino arrived this
mo.'nlng from Sun Francisco with
three days' mall. Sho brought 8000
tuna of freight for Honolulu, which
sho Is discharging nt tho Railroad
wharf. During her trip down she en
countered pleasant weather and
Till: HIUTISH collier Glcndevon,
which reached hero Thursday with u
cargo of coal for tho Inter-Island Steam
Nnvlgatlon Company, began unloading
toduy. The Glcndovon shows tho ef
fects of n stormy paesago between
Newcastle, Australia, nnd this port,
nnd will require u considerable quan
tity of pntnt before sho will present n
very shipshape "uppenranro.
TUB WORK of unloading tho clip
per liarkentlno Irmgard, is progres
sing rapidly nt tho Mntson Navigation
Company's wharf. Whllo the. steve
dores nro taking out tho cargo, tho
crow Is brightening up tho rraft and
making' It ready for Its return voyni.o
to tho States. ;
THE SHIP William P. Fryo today
signed a new cook. The cook nnd as
sistant over which the crow of tho
irhlp quarrelled, were paid off this
SCIENCE IN I9!0
President Griffiths of Onhu College
yesterday received definite confirma
tion of the fact that tho meeting of tho .
American Association for thu Advance
ment of Science would bo held hero In
1910. Tho convention will bo held
horo during the summer of that year.
President Griffiths received the Col-
lowing cable from William Alanson
"Association unanimously reaffirms
formor decision convention Honolulu
3910. Jordon, president; Urlghani, fel
low." , This means lhat President David
Starr Jordan, of Stanford University,
has boon chosen as tho head of tho
association, nnd Dr. Urlghani, of Dish'
op Museum, has been elected a fellow-
Tho local commltteo will get togeth
er In n day or to nnd work out thu
Miss LucyKniiknii nnd A. D. Vur.
tudo woro married Inst Tuesday iilrht
at l.nlmlna. Tllo wedding took placo
In tho'Wnlnee Church, tho Rev. I). K.
White, pastor, officiating.
Miss Knilknil. tho first nsslstnnh
teacher of the Lalmltta Government
school, Is widely known In education,
nl circles. Sho held her present po
ultlon for many- yonrs and 'Is highly
respected by the community In which
she lives. Sho received her Piliirnlon
In the old Kawalnhao Seminary, aft
er which sho entorod and graduated
from the Normal School,
Mr,. Furtndn linn liooii connected
with the plantation Market for many
years and Is a steady and industrious
citizen. 'The newly mnrrled couple,
nfter tho wedding!' received tho con
gratulations of their friends. Pres
ents wore plentiful, and they will
help tho couple materially In their
housekeeping. Mr. mid Mrs. Furtndn
will contlnuo to live In Lnhalnn,
whoro thoy huve u commodious cot
tage. City of Paris will move to Its old San
Francisco location, Stockton ami
Geoiy Btrcota, March ID, 1909, '.
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