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BVENlNO tlULLETlN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, AN. 4, 1009.
,4 I WEEKLY CALENDAR
Leahl Chapter Ns. Z Initiation.
Honolulu Commandery Ini
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All ticking members of the
Unlcr nro cordially linked to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evenlug lit
7)30 lu I. O. O. I'. Hull I'ort Street.
i:. It. IIENUKY. Secretary.
HEN. F. VICKEIIS, N. Q.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Drat nnd third Frl
iuy evctittig nt T:30 In K. o( 1. Hall,
corner Foil and llurctcnla. Vlsltlug
bothem coidlally Invited to intend.
. a. deeiung, c.c,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.I1.8.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, 3. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, 1). P. O,
B., will meet In their hnll on King
near I'ort Street overy Friday even
Uy order of tho F. II.:
IIENUY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McI.NEHNY, E. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'tlocK In K. of P,
Hnll, cor. Fort und Ilcrctanla. Visit-
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FIIAZEE. C.C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctnnla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro invited to At
tend W. L. FRAZEB, W., Preit.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. O. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
Inys of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llally Invited to attend.
A. a AHLEIGH, 8achem.
A. E. MUIIPHY, C. of II.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
W7 Brrctania St. Phone 1401.
Hie Best Whiskey on the Mark-it,
TH0S. F. McTIOHE & CO., AQEN1S,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755,
in n brand new seven-seatcr.. Call up
101 or 145S and nk for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday""
Cth, LADIES' HATS from.$2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR ir.d BUILDER.
PLUMBINQ ar.d PAINTING.
OiTUc: Honolulu Taiating Co., 221.
King St.; P 0. Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in J'rniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSrON FURNITURE Made Tc
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The, most popular
place in tovn.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fori.
Jack Scully, x Jack. Roberts.
LATEST AND BEST FILMS.
PASSION PLAY NOW ON.
Admission 10c and 20o
Wonderful Motion Pictures brinij.
ing to view scenes from many landi
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
A Hanging Lamp: In the Land of
the Pold Mines; A Visit to the Pub
lic Nursery: A Useful Present for a
Child; A Mysterious Infernal Ma
chine: Sweden: What One Small Boy
Can Do; My Wntch Is Slow; A Sus
vicious Husband; Fire Maneuvers at
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd 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 if made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING STREET near BETHEL
"'the FAMILY GBOOEBS.
ASSESSMENT HO. 9
In the Harrison Mutual Benevolent
Association duo Dec. 1C, 1608, de
linquent Jan. 15, 1909. All assess'
ments are pnynblo at the Secretary's
otnee, Knplolanl Hulldtne, King and.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
R. MIYATA & CO,','
CONTRACTORS, BUrLDERB.' PAIN.
TERS,, PAPER HANOERSand
MASON WORKERS .'
Second Hand Lumber, Doors ana
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KINO ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
pTh. BURNETTE,- "
Attornev-at-Law for the District
I Courts; Wotarv Publiot Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent: to Grant
Marriaee Licenses. v
. 79 MERCHANT STM,
HONOLULU. PHONE 31D.
JBUf BULLETIN ADS PAY
LOCAL 1ND GENERAL
r Don't store the passe furniture
in the barn; two bits' 'worth of B u 1
1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
'en vm 'miAHins'a'd: 'oea
Dance at tho ucasldc hotel Sec ad
Seo tho. stock ot (Inure fitting cor-
lets at mom's.
If you arc looking for any of' your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll And them.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F and A.
M will meet In Masonlo Temple., at
7.30 this evening,
Dan I'aca Is charged, on complaint
of W J. Itoblnson, with having stolon
r- pair of whlto pants.
Spend New Year's at Royal Annex.
Take your carriage or HUtotiiuulle
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg. Co., for
Havo your typewriters ana machines
repaired nt Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant, streets, Tele-
Jimmy Dougherty Is out of tho
Queen's Hospital, nearly recovered
from his grave Illness. Ho was treat
ed by Dr. Hoffmann, who brought Into
use some now methods which ho saw
UBcd In German' last summer.
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
Annlo Peter nnd Gcprge Knahanul
this morning withdrew their ploa of
not guilty to the charge ot adultery
and entered a plea of guilty. Judgu
Dole thereupon sentenced them to pay
tho costs of Court and servo two
months In Oahu prison. Tho trial of
Kuwano will to started in tho Federal
court tomorrow morning. In sotting
a number of cases for trial this morn
ing It developed that tho noxt term of
Court will bo held In Hllo.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
FORT ROSS COVE, CAL.
Notice. Is horcby given that Fort
Hobs Whistling Iltioy, painted rod and
markeJ FRC2, heretofore reported
adrift, was replaced December IS In
IPC feet of water.
Corrected bearings: TJmlwr Oulch,
39 deg. (N. by B. 1MB E,); P.olnt
Iioycs Light-house. 143-dcg. 30 30 mln.
(SB. 31, 9.) ; Salt Point. 300 deg, 15
ndn. (NW. by W. 5-16 W.).
TRINIDAD HEAP. CAU
As heretofore published, tho 4000
pound fog-bell at this station was ills-
tontlnuod,on tho nght,.of December, 19
lor necessary repairs. Due. notice will
be glvcp of, its rccstabllshmcnt.
Dy order of- tho t.lght-Hauso Hoard.
OWING TO A proposed chango, in
tho plans, (or tho root," the work on the
Hpnolulii harbor llght-bouso has been
suspended. The authority desires to
place an ornate roof on the structuru
to mnko it look moro presontablo to
TOMORROW NOON tho Mauna
Kea and Mauna I.ou wll sail. Tho
former goes to Hllo, while the latter
sails for Kna and Kau,, Doth steam
ers caII at Maul, carrying, mall and
YESTERDAY tho American-Hawaii-
an freighter Mexican left San Fran
cisco lor tho Sound, whero she "will
load for. Honolulu, Sho will then fol
low tho Pleiades from Bcattlo for Ho
TjIE MIKAIIALA, which generally
takes In Molokai and Lanal' norts.
sails tomorrow, afternoon n't 5 o'clock.
It U reported' that she. will return
with a load ot sheep from Lanal.
THE FOLLOWI.NO sugar, on KausJ
Isifenojicd ready forsiilpincnt. V. K.,
7C0 bsgsi Mak( 8094; (I. & II., 2835;,
K, P., 2809; I'., 9)0; H, M., .4201 K, 8.
Co, 4.1 00 1 M. 8, Co., 30pO.
TUB IWAI,ANI apd Holeno Uavn
at noon tomorrow. Tiioy, both are.
among, the- oes.t. vessels, or the mterr
IslBndfloet.soifaoas cargo accommo
dations, are, concerned.
THE FORMER FLAGSHIP of' the
Inter-Ieland, fleet,' the. Klnau, Is sche
duled to sal), tomorpw, for, Nnwilh
will. Sho usually 'loaves on Thurs
day. t WITH' EXPLOSIVES as cargo. the
),-l. s.ttAmej' Kp. Aujflou loft today
for Anahola, Kauai,
(Continued1 from- Paw 4
liullt along Saratoga; road; tho opera
tion of such ui road would) interfere
but little with-public-traffic, and we
Imagine nobody using- the road will
have much Objection to make.
Wo beg leave to hand you here
with a form of proposed resolution!
to bo adopted by your Hoard, slig.
geBtlng that. If therofbe.anythlnc In
its terms' objectionable to, you, you
hiay make such changes as you may
B. E, WIN8LOW.'
Major; Engineer Corps, U; B, ATmy,
' On motion by.-Cbx, the mattcrwas
referred to the County Attorney.
.Wank bpoks of all sorts, ledgers.
etc;, manufactured by. tho DiiUotln
WE SAVE EYES
by remoTingthe flrt;iHght eye trou
bles that grow, toi'bireer.'Otte'.
I'auHa-Hana docs everything need-
cd In. tho kitchen but cook, tho meals.
Get a gas stovo and establish good
fellowship. al homo by paying for.lt n
Uttlo at a time.
Tho cako nnd pastry nt tho Alexand
er Young Cnfo are tho finest In the
clty,'Evorythlng Is "Just right" In. this
plenum -cafe. Try n lunch or dinner
Tho 8. 8. Texan, brought us a largo
assortment of tho latest styles, for 1909
In ladles' shoos. They will bo on dis
play this week. Mclncrny 8hoo Store,
Fort Street,, abpvc King,
Smoke the' Owl Cigar. Just try It
once, and .ilccldcd for yourself whether
or not It Is Jho best flvo,-cent smoke
j on havo ever had. Sold hy M. A.
Gunst & Co., King and Fort streets.
Tho annual clearance salo of ladles'
muslin underwear began this morning
with a record shopping crowd. All
day long the big reductions In prices
attracted buyers at Sachs' big store.
Tho Helnx goods nro superior to ev
ery other article- of their kind. They
&ru home-made on a large scalo. And,
it s encaper to buy them nt your groc
er's than to make thom yourself, Ask
Don't throw your old shoes away
brlngythcm to us and , wo will mnko
them look and wear as woll as new
within fifteen minutes. Men's soles
end heels, $1.25, women's, II. Regal
peslralilp lipiines to let In nil parts
ot tho city; building lots In Manoa val
ley. $1,000 add upwards; lots In I'uunul
and Knlmukl. A bargain in Nuitanu
valley, 1 14-acres, $2500. Waterhousb
Trust Co., Ltd.
Wo havo post-card albums of all
llnris in every size and sccnlo pot
mnls to put In them. No plus tlltru
Tyiowrltlng Papor, of flno Parchment
Ilond. Oat & Mossman, 76 Merchant
ftreet, near P. O.
Tho Ico croam, cako nnd candy nt
tho .Palm Cafe, Dotal street, near
Union, Is acknowledged the best In
iho city. Imported sweets nro not up
to those, mado at tho Palm bocauso
they lack troshnuss.
RETIRING- BOARD KILLS
(Continued from Pa-e 1
with Supervisors Dwlght; Coxf Archr
or, and Harvey.
The assembly room was decorated
with flags nnd bunting preparatory.
to the Inauguration ot Mayor Fern
and the-,newJnoardlof Supervisors. unr
der tho City and'County of Honolulu,
Most of the department heads were
present, as well as a small gathering
onpoiiuuans.nnu otner spectators.
County Engineer's Report
a lengtny report irom tne county
Engineer for the work done during
tho past year In the outside district!,
was read. It gave the following,
summary of expenditures:
Koolnupoko District . .. 28,709.43
Walmanalo District .... 202.CC
Koolauloa District .... . 7,799,19-
Walalua District 29,117.53
Ewa District 37,776.63
Walanae District 5,025.04
Total . . . 1 $108,630,47
A report from Sheriff Inuken was
also read, a copy of which appears, lu
fill) elsewhere In tills issue,
Jewel fori Members.
Ca(hcnrt stated that ho had beon
requested by tho employes of tho
County to express their feeling, of
grtaltudo-to tho. Hoard, and as a tok
en off their appreciation ho desired to
present a small' gift to each member
of tho Hoard.
He- then banded out a. small box,
each containing Jewelry, to each Su
liervlsor. - fTlio Chair called on Dwlght to re
spond, and he made a shorti speech ot
Final Bills Pasted
The following, bills were passed:
Walanno rond' district) ...$'371.0(1
Walanao road, district' ,,. . . 28. 45
Walalua rpad dJBtrJct .... 851.71
Koolauloa rpad district ... 30.00
Koolauloa road district .... 209.86
Koolauloa road district ... 213.25
Koolauloa, road district. . . . 200.50
Keepers ot parks 2.00
Fire department 685.00
Pollco and'Qre nlarm system 2.00
Road department 143,1.09
Onrbage department 159,65
County Clerk' 20. Bp
Ewa road district 328."97
Ewa road district 296.35
Ewa road district 519.15
Garbage department 160,28
County Engineer 79.55
Pollco department 636.46
Road department 3086.69
Jload department 209.60.
Koolaupoko road district .. 314,50
County Clerk 45,30
County Audjtor 16.65
County Treasurer 16.65
County Attornoy 111.35"
Keepers of parks 26.50
Poundmaster , 4,00
Itoad department 170.29
Garbago department 34.19
IJollco department 358.05
Kapjolanl Park 46.75
Gounty Engineer 56,60
Electric light department .. 89.92
Police and fire alarm system 16.65
Fire department ,. 469.00
Fixed salaries 215. 85
Hnwallan band 180. On
Koolaupoko road district . . 02, Rj
Kwa road, district1 24
Walalua road district 15, 33
The Hoard adjourned until 11:55
3 1.00 Telephone
Dy n document- filed with Registrar
itfcrrlam this morning, W. C Peacock
has transfeircd 2617 square feet of
and on tho Enst corner of IllPhnp and
Merchant streets to It. It. Perry, who
lr supposed to bo tho chief financial
backer of tho new Automatic Tele-
idiono Company. The ronsldcratlou
named In the sate Is $13,085.
Now that tho property has, been
formally transferred, It Is supposed
that work on tho new tclcplumo emu
pany s building will he started In the
3 LOO Chester
After an nbsenco ot rovcrnl month',
Chester Doylw's, smiling faco was again
seen In t tip J.udlclary building this
morning. Chester rclterntos his for
mer statement that ho Is glad to get
back from Japan. Abe, tho nbscondcr
brought back from tho Land of Nippon
by Doyle, was nrralgned beforo Judge
Dc Dolt tills morning, nnd his caso wns
continued for ono week. Everyone In
tho Judiciary building Is glad to see
Chester back nt tho old stnnd ngiln.
CITY AND COUNTY GOVERNMENT
(Continued from Page 1)
could only bo cnllod on notice In writ
ing, nnd stating expressly tho limitless
for the! meeting, and for a moment he
hold tho whlphnnd. However, the Re
publicans wcro strenuous, nnd, to tho
rurprlno of nil tho Democrats prcsont,
Fern proceeded with tho meeting, at,
though .ho could havo ("iclnred that it
,wps not legal. Probably ho did not
rcanzo the advantrgo which ho held.
After tho meeting had proceeded n
llttlo further, It was uncovered that
McClcltau's crpdcntl.ils wcro not In
'order, nnd Immediately tho Republi
cans had an added ndvantago over tho
Mayor, ns ho had no ono In tho Ilnnnl
who could put his motions. Tho Re
publicans followed up their advnnt-
nge, and wont on to forco tho Mayor
with a, united front, as apiears below.
Hustace's Farewell Address
At 11:55 n. m. Hustnce called tho
meeting of tho old Hoard of Super
visors to order again. Ho said:
"Again I wish to thnnk tho mom-J
bcrs of tho Hoard, tho heads of de
partments, and all the employes for
their good work. I think that wo
linvo made n Bticcess of County gov
ernment) nlthough It dies today, to
bo succeeded' by a. new form of 'gov
ernment! Gcntlemon, the Hoard of
Supervisors oMhe C'-ouny of Oahu has
adjourned slno die."
At this point the band, which
during the forenoon had been sta
tioned In tho hallway dawnstalrs.
Played the "Stnr Spangled llnnncr."
Fern Is Introduced
l'romptly at noon the now Supcr-
vlr-ors wcro In their seats, and Mayor
tern was escorted to his placo at tho
head of tho table , by Hustnce, who
made the following speech:
'As retiring chnlrmnn of tho
Hoard of Supervisors nnd nt tho bo
ginning of the new government, I
want tojiay about tho old form ot
hurcrmuoni mui u nas uccn a gov
ernment by tho people, which has
held meetings four times n month,
nnd which hns nttended promptly to
'tho wants of tho people, nnd not llko
tho Territorial form of government,
which makes the people wnlt for n
couple of years If anything happens
to havo been forgotten by tho Logls-,
latiire. I want to say mat Cqunty
government has been n success, nnd.
I am proud to say that I lmvo contrib
utcd toward making It n success. Wo
ha,vo now taken ono 8l,cn, further-forward,
nnd now wo have City and
County government. Wo should do
all wo can, every ono of us, toward
making this now government a. suc
cess, and my ndvlce to tho members
of tho Incoming Hoard la that they
take their coats, off and work forrtho
best interests of' the people. Gentle
men, I take plpasure In Introducing
tc you, J. J, Fern, Mayor of tho City
nhd County of Hpnolulu."
Fern Makes Address
Forn arose and rend Tils Inaugura
tion speech, which appears clsowhcro
In this Issue.
Forn thereupon called attention to
tho fnct that tho first regular meet
ing of Hip Hoard would tako placo
tnmmrow. The rules of the old
Honid mndp the meeting hour 7:30
o'clock. Tho members of, tho Hoard
had not expressed nny desire for hav
ing n meeting at any othof time, nnd
he therefore nnnaunced that the first
meeting would tnko place tomorrow
at 7:30 iv m. v
Quinn Wants Meeting Instanter
"I think that as we uro hero," said
1",'nn' "VforolsHUif woll organize.
As I undcrstand.lt, there nro no offi
cers now, and thaofneors should qunl
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO- ST. PHONE KS.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
IN FOREIQN P0RT8
Saturday, January 2.
NEWCASTLE Arrixcd Jan. 2,
8. S, Hurmlston hence Dec. 8.
SYDNEY Arrived Jan. 2.
8. 8. Moann, henco Dec. 12.
VICTORIA Sailed Jnn. 2:
S, 8. Mnkurn, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 2:
S. 8. Nippon Muni, 2 p. in., for Ho
nolulu. Friday, January 1.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived Jan. 1:
8. S. Slberln, henco Die. 26.
4. 4. 4. .. . !
Hy. Wo nro ready to proceed to or
ganize In ordor to wive time, nnd 1
would ask jou to mil tho Hoard to
order for that purpose. 1 mako that
"Tho law Bays that .1 motion for n
special meeting shall be put In writ
ing," snld McClcllan.
Aylctt asked what tho Sheriff and
other officers should do until they
had qunlined. He thought organiza
tion should be perfected, as othcrwho
tha officers hnd no authority to net.
McClellnn moved to call a special
meeting and to put lu writing that It
was called merely for the purpose of.
approving tho bonds of the odleors.
Thcro Is 11 motion before tho
hout.c," said Ahln.
"There Is no House"
"Tliejo is no house," mild MiCleP
Ian, "I mako my suggestion n mo
Cox rend the Municipal Act to
show that if no action was taken
thcro would be no oflicers until to
morrow night. "It Is only fair nnd
square that wo proceed," Ho added.
Tho motion that organization bo
piocccdcd with waB put and carried,
only McClcllan voting In the ncgn
live. The roll wns then called, and
the certificates of election of the
members handed In.
'I hereby call a meeting to be held
nt onco for the purpose of approving
bonds," announced Fern, reading
from a written motion ;llcd with
"Wo can't approve tho bonds until
wo take our oaths of office," mild
'I suggest," said Qplnn, "that we
organize, but first wo must have
Qplnn was Informed thnt tho oaths
must bo taken first, and stated that
hi- had not beon aware that tills had
not been dono yet.
Tho Clerk announr-rt that the
oaths were In proper form. The same
was the caso with tho bonds.
Attention wns called to tho fact
that McClellan's was not Jet In prop
Republicans Produce Rules
Quinn moved to adopt certain rulej
which he produced. Aylctt seconded
"Who makes tho rules, tho Hoard
br one man?" asked Forn.
''Tho rules have beon presented to
tho Hoard, and It can adopt them or
not, ns it pleases," said Aylctt.
Fern called for tho Sheriff's bond,
but Cox said that tho Hoard could
not net on It before the Hoard had
"Tho Chairman Insists on proceed
ing under tho now rules," said Fern,
"nnd wo can get our now rules la
ter." Cox read passages from tho Munlcl-
Anl ct at length. "Tho Hoard Is n
legislative body," he said. "It may
ndopt its rules."
Qllluu renewed his motion to ndopt
rules and handed a draft of such to
Jihe Clerk for leading.
Cox quoted another bunch of law.
Demand Made on Mayor
Auornoy wntson ami sccrotnry
Ithodes got tho ear of tho Mayor for
a moment, and Fern announced Unit
the meeting had been called for tho
purpose of approving tho bonds of the
"1 demand thnt you should put tho
question ns duly seconded," snld Ka
Fern called tho question. '
I-ognii called for the reading ol
Qulnn's rules, which wns proceeded
Aylctt moved that tho rules bo
adopted. Kano seconded It.
McClcllan said that tho motion wns
out of order, ns tho meeting had been
called for tho express purpose only
of approving bonds.
Appeal From Ruling
"I rise to n point of ordor. Mr.
McClellnn Is not a member of tho
Hoard. Ho has not filed his creden
tials." Forn- said tho Chnlr would pro
ceed with tho approval of tho Sher
"There Is a motion beforo the
Jloard;" snld Quinn.
"I overrule the motion," said Forn.
"I respectfully appeal from tho
ruling of tho Chair," said Logan.
McClcllan asked the Hoard, ns n
mattor of courtesy, that an adjourn
ment bo taken to allow him to get his
bond. Ho met n stouy slleuco,
Chair Again Challenged
Fern Bald that ns a mo
mattor of cour
tesy more shou d be n rocess. Ho
asked if there were nny objection to
n recebs nnd was mot by silence. Ho
Sunday, January 3.
Stmr. Kinnu, from Knunl ports,
2:10 a. m.
Stmr. Mlkahnla, from Molokai nndv
Mnnl iHirts. 3:10 n. m.
Dr. S. 8. Den of IlutlWen, from'l
Sydney, n. 111.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, for '
' Knunl ports.
5 p. m.
Stmr. Nocnu, for MnliuKonn
Hawaii ports, 5 p, m.
Hr, 8. S. Den of Ruthvan, Slnglo
ton, for Victoria, noon.
Stmr. Ko Au Itou, 'Poduiwm, for
Knual, p. m.
Stmr. Mnunn Koa, Freeman for
Maul nnd llnwill, 12 noon.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for Ko
mi, 12 noon,
Stmr. W. (I Hnll, Thompson for
Kauai, 5 p. 111.
Stmr. Mlktinnln, for Moloknl, M.itil
and Lannl, 5 p 111.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Knual, 5
Per Btmr. Klnau, from Knual, Jan.
.1. J. D. Ncal. It. Mcll. Purvis, J.
FnsMith nnd wife. Mrs. M. Hanks,
Master Fassoth, Mrs. Stclnrloff, Mios
It. Mcldlncli, Miss C. Frcltas, Miss M.
Grnte, Miss G. Grote. Miss A. Grotc,
Miss M. Sllvn, C.L.Sam, T. V. King.
M. W. Denton, C H, G. liraun, F.
Iliirlvhardt, F. Christian, A. Chris
tian, Mrs. J. Grubo, T. A, Honan, II.
Wcdmcyor, M. Forrolrn, Miss L. Ma
lama, and 16 deck.
Por stmr. Maunn Ken, for Mnul nnd
llnwalt ports, Jan. 5, 12 noon. J. II.
Mackenzie, Dr. J. II. Raymond. MIsk
Dunning. Miss Davidson, D. Damon, A.
C. Wnlt, Mrs. W. V. Kalli, Mrs. Walk
ir, V. Iliinl, E. K. Ilond, W, Scrlbner.
E, G. N. Fresno, J. K. Meyers, C. K.
Notlcy, Mrs. Jcnncs II. Waggoner, J.
W. Wadnian nnd filend. W. E. Rowcll,
J. T. Taylor, V. E. Malloy nnd wlfo,
Mrs. Chas. Wilcox, Dr. Currle, wlfo
and child, Mr. Osgood nnd wlfo, Lady
Howard, M. M. Hill and wlfo, J. Ottcn
and wife. Miss Hunt, Miss K. Pooler.
Miss Hunt, Herbert Green, Lydla Gib
bon, J. Charles Green nnd wlfo, W. G.
Rnmscy nnd wlfo, Misses Alexander,
Mrs. C. II. Dlckoy, C. II. MeKny, C. H.
Hlncow nnd wife, C. E. Hlacow, A.
Jones, wlfo and sin, Miss Cornwelt,
Miss R. Nniikana. Miss S. Abfat.
Per etriir. Kinnu Gregory, for Knual,
Jan. 5. Mnster Kaco, Sam Kaco, Loo
Joe, W. P. Kapulanl, H. C. Men, J. II.
Ward, R. C. Drown, .Mrs. J. II. Conoy,
Mnster Coney, Miss Coney and nurse,
Fred Wntorltouso, A. Waterhouse, F.
Per stmr. Mnuiia Lou, Slmcrson, for
Kona. Jan. 5, 12 111 J. K. Kollikoo, J.
P. Mcndoncn, Miss Emmii Moon, C. L.
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Mnlnknl,
Maul and Lanal 5 p. 111., Jan. 5. F.
W. Pcaso, F. L. Gibson und wife.
Per stmr. Ko Au Hon, Pcderson, for
Annhola, Jnn. 5, noon. Miss Elizabeth
EMMA SQUARE BAND CONCERT
Tho Hawaiian band will play nt
Kmnm Square tonight, commencing
lit 7:30 o'clock. Following Is tho
Mnrch: "Tho Mayor" (now) . .Ilerger
Overture: "Inauguration" (new)..
Intermezzo: "Tho Clock Hells"
Selection: "Cnvnlleria Rustlcnna"
Vical: Hawaiian Songs. nr. by Ilerger
Selection: "The Pageant". .WIIII.11111
Waltz: "City Llfo" (now)
March: "National Guard of Ha
"Tho Star-Spangled Manner"
Senator Cuelho of Mnul will lulio
duco a bill beforo tho noxt Loglslnturo
that will probably bo unwelcome to
hasty Ioern. Tho bill will provide
that thu snmo law lu securing mar
rlago licenses will go Into cff'i.t heru
as (s now In uep li California, whuib
11 llcupso must bo 'secured fiuni tho
185 editorial rooms 256 bul.
ness office, Theie are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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declared 11 15-mlnuto recchs, where
upon A,ylett said that the motion
should be put flrst,
Cox sal) that Logan's appeal
should be voted on.
"1 madi n motion for a recess,"
said Feyi JThat should come first."
"Tho Chulr has no right to mako
U motion, ' announced Ahla.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
rp nir dtt.S i ,,,Vt,J-;,' .
IIE J3?n?;.XSS55S iB0AT
woior, $ivo, complete.
AND MACHINE WORKS
Xing St, opposite South St.
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