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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JAN. C, 1009.
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Hf ' ' HOTEL ST.
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nfJE I MOINDAV
lfiS Hawaiian Stated.
K I UL3MU.VY
Mrir Uahl Chapter No. 2 Initiation.
WB&ffi Honolulu Commandcry Im
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
'i unicr nro cordially uiMleu to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7-30 In 1. O. O. T. Hall, Tort Street.
12. It. HI2NDRY. Secretary.
dun. r. vicicfins, n. a.
All Waiting brothers very cordially
OAIIU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl-
da) likening at T.30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner I'crt and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttond.
. U. DF.L2RIXQ, C.C..
JAS. V.'. WHITB, K.It.8.
HONOLULU L0DOE C10, B. P. 0. E.
. Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, B. P. O.
J E., will meet In their hall on King
near Tort Street every Friday even-
Ily order cf tho V. R.:
; HUNRY C. CASTON,
VM II. McINURNY, 12. It.
' Wm. WKINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
' Meets every 2nd rind 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. nt I.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ilcrctanla. Visit
ing hiotbcrs cordially Invited to at-
w. i riiAZcn, c.c.
L2. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mtcta on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of cadi month at
7:30 o'clock In If. ot P. Hall, corner
Ocretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting 12aglcs uro Invited to at
end '.V. L. rilAZEB, W., Preit.
II. T. MOOHE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mecto evory first nnd third Thurs
Ja)a of each month at Knight ol
Pythlns Unit. Visiting brothers cor
llnlly Invited to attend.
A. 0. ARLI2IGH, 8achem
a. n. murphy, c. ot r.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
' done by tho
with their new FRENCH
M7 Bfretania St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whisker on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO.. A0ENTS.
101-105 KING STV
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in n brand new scun-scatcr. Call up
101 or 1458 and aik for
C. H. BEEN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
Cth, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR nnd BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
OHkc" Honolulu Tainting Co, 221
King St.; T 0. Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in F -nature Mattie3ses,
Etc., Etc All Kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made. 1'f
LUNCKES nnd DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jnck Scully. Jack Roberts.
LATEST AND BEST FILMS,
PASSION PLAY NOW ON.
Admission 10c and 20o
Wontlirful Motion Pictures bring,
inpr. to vicu' scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathol.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
A Hnnping Lamp: In the Land of
the Gold Mines; A Visit to the Pub
ho Nursery; A Useful Present for a
Child; A Mysterious Infernal Ma
chine; Sweden; What One Small Boy
Can Do: My Watch Is Slow; A Sus
vicious Husband; Fire Maneuvers at
The best assortment ever I
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yotir order for a box
J of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer King and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
uuarantccl Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing I
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
7, M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING STREET near BETHEL
. THE FAMILY GROCERS.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In the llatrlson Mutual Uonovoleat
Association duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 1C, 1909. All assess
ments aro paynble at tho Secretary's
olDce, Kaplolanl Uulldlcc. King and'
TOURIN.G CAR, $1185;
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., 'LTD.
MERCHANT ST.'NEAR ALAXEA.
R, MIYATA & CO.. .
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TEES, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doori ani
Sashes Bought and Sold,'
KING ST., PALAMA 'JUNCTION
Attorncy-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary 'Public; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills ot Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU, PHONfi 310?
JJSjr BULLETIN ADS PAY -W '
LOCAL. AND GENERAL
8W Don't store the passe furniture
in the' barn ;. two,bitV worth of Bui
1 e.ti n.Want.Ads. will sell it fofcjou.
fill xotrw trBAnina'H'J '068 wotr
It you aro looking tor any ot your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find thorn.
Spend New Year's at Royal Annex.
TaVa inifr rorplai-A ni Aiifnmnhlln
Id Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, for
ijave, your typewriters and machines
rnpplred at Wall., Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Port 'and Merchant utrooti. Tele
phone W. ' . . t
Coat your Iron roofs with ''Arabic"
You w(ll be surprised at' Its cooling
and preservative 'Properties California
ceu CO.. agents, '
Thp A. M. Diets Jcwqlry Co. has
moved Into Hb now quarters In the
Woman's Exchange on Hotel street
opposite Union. .
"The Boyal Annex" swejl meals.
Cups, medals, and cash for the
winners, who will also be listed in
the American Poultry Show Record
and Guide. Ener with: th Secretary
at 296 East.Vinerard street, or.with
L. 0. Abies, at Messrs. Hall & Son's.
Miss Josephine C. Locko will gq an
Introductory talk upon Tho Modern
Drama and tho religion of Poter Pan
on Wednesday, Janiary 13, 1909, a'
3! 30 p. m, at "Tho Courtland," corner
of Punahou and Derotania streets Tho
rommlttco ot arrangements oxtends to
former members of Miss lake's
classos and those Interested In the
New Movement a cordial Invitation to
NEW YOHK, N. Y., Dec. 23.
Thomas K. Ilrjnn announced today
that, yielding to the advice of his
plnslclan, he had resigned from tho
directorate of ttilrty-ono corpora
tions. The only enterprises In tho
management of which the financier
retains a hand aro tho Morton Trust
Company, the National Hank of com
mcrce, and tho American Tobacco
It) an was told by hs physician
that the cares as the chief of so many
of thq financial organizations, some
Of whjch, such as the Equitable Life
Assurance Society and the Intcrpor-
ough-Metropolltan Street Railway,
were more than enough to tax the
endurance of nny one man, and were
rapidly undermining his health. Aft
er a busy career of forty, years, Ran
felt ho could, unharnofs himself from
his many business responsibilities
and devoto 'h)s l(o to comparative
"Aropng.ithe corporations from
which Ryant.has resli'pedijro ith'e,
Commercial Trust Company 'of Phila
delphia, the Continental Rubber Com
puny, ,01 Ajncrjca,, ine ijcrcanii(p
Trust pompany of New .York, nntj trjc
So,iboard.Alr tlno Railway. (
",' '' ''
n (Continued from, Pan 1)
the-.ypbhBef J generation who could,
wltl tho-proper anibltlon and train
ing, take hold' of this vratk, earn
good salaries' and carry Itthrough."
Mr. Dabbltt'wlll.Un all probability',
takn tin ihlM nueitlnn eictflnfltVlv In
lifs report tq,th'o Legislature. He ls(
senuing to me. various ecnoois nil, ov
er the Islands for statistics; on tho
Biibjoct nhi thJeSe1 will. bo' coniplled to
alio exactly the,statusiot affairs.
tJiE rjARrl, Nuuin.ulwiu Ball.cltlior
tomorrow, morning or afternoon for
KnabipalUOjload sugar for Now York,
li tho Horn. . '
t(V .'I Mil. .
THE MANCHUniA will arrive here
Friday, January 8! from Yokohama,
undtho Nlppoh'Maru,wlU'conio In tho
i-arne rriornlng-from San Francisco.
CAPTAIN JQ8BELYN-of tho bark
,Nuuanu dislocated his left shoulder
yesterday about, noon through slipping
!. . ' ISfc
;i TIE, AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com-
pan)'s steamer, Pleiades sailed from
Stattlo for Honolulu dlrccti on. Jdhu
THE MAT80N 'freighter Hsadcs
tailed from Kahulul tor San Francisco
The usual crowd ot loafers were
seated around tlia stove In the vlllago
grocery J'l never lied) to my wlfa (ln
tiiy lite " began one' of the bunch,
when he. was Interrupted by a unan
imous ! align that'was loud and long.
"Tttnt T rfMn'l cfaI Adiinhl nl(l M.
ed tfie speaker, after tho )4ugh hid
subsided, Whereiipon silence reign-
oa supremo tor nearly twonty-thrco
BoJlUin Business Office Phon 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
WE SAVE EYES
by removing the lint slight eye trou
bles that grow toibigger-ones.
MOST GET LICENSE
Matrimonial Knot To
Be. Harder To,
Judge Do Holt has proposed somo
needed1 legislation with regard to the
marriage nnd divorce problem, In
his report tn the Chief Justice. He
snys as follows:
With regard to tho marriage con
tract, I would suggcit that the stat
ute (Sec. 2207, R.L, Act 42, Laws
1907), bo amended maklngtlt neces
sary for tho. male at tho time of con'
trncUng the marriage to be nt least
twenty, years ot age, nnd the female
of at least eighteen jenrs ot age;
that the Ilccnso for the purpose ot
marrying shall be obtained nt least
ten dajs before the marriage; that
tho officer Issulnc the license shall
Immediately thereafter ghe public
nouco tnereoi; tnnt mo omcer sunn
not knowingly Issue n llcenso when
either of the partlos have been di
vorced until six months thereafter;
that the marriage of parties within
six. months after either ot them have
been divorced, except a rcmarrlago ot
tho snmo parties, shall render such
marriage absolutely old; that the
decree of divorce shall expressly pro
hibit tho 'parties from contracting
any marrlago with third parties with
tn six months from dato thereof.
fT.he violation of tho statute (as
thus amended) by the officials issu
ing (he llcenso nnd those performing
the marrlago ceremony should be
hmde a misdemeanor with appropri
I would nlso suggest that Section
230 of the Revised Laws, as ninend-
cu uy Act iu or the i.aws of 1907
be amended by adding thereto the fol
lowing: Tho Judge shall not enter
fain Jurisdiction of tho libel until at
jeast twenty days after such personal
liVvlce shall hac been completed;
nor shall tho Judge ontcrtnln juris
diction of tho libel when tho llbelleo
shall, have entered an appearance in
tho case without such personal serv
ice, until at least twenty das after
The statute (Sec. 2232, R. U)
should also be amended, requiring ev
idences In (Corroboration ot tho cvi
(lencoof tho llbellant as to the
ground on which tho divorce Is
. 1. would further succcst that Sec.
223, It, L be amended by adding
thereto, thp, following, or words to
tho same ''fleet: Whenever n libel for
a dlorcel remains undefended, It
shall' bq tub duty, of the Attorney
General and, the County Attorney to
resist Bucli'llbol; but no such prose
cuting officer sTiall be employed In or
allowed, to conduct any suit for a dl
orcoonttlio part of, tho, llbellant in
the courjs of this Territory; nor Bhall
any such prosecuting, onicer be allow
ed to rests). . llbcj for divorce In
ilioso cases, whero the llbellce docs
not appear, (f the attorney for tho
llbellant, Is a partner or such prosc
9Utlug,omcer;ln the'practlco. of law,
or(kecnlng his office, with such prose
cuting, pfllcor'j but. In all such dasu
the udgobeforo whom tho case Is, to
bo hear,d shall appoint; an attorney
(o resist the libel, who shall be en
titled (o reasonable compensation
therefor to bo paid, out oOthc public
FOR COAST TOMQHT
lUound for. San Francisco from tho
Orient, the United States Army trans
port Sheridan, arrived, here shortly
after daybreak 'this, morning. The,
mall flag, flying, from tho mainmast,'
announced thai,, tho big troopship
was bringing, thp mall from the, Ori
ent, and soon, o, postofijpe wagon, wus.
at the- wharf taking tho bags from
the steamen ,
Tho Dlx being drawn up 'alongside
the wtuirf, usually occupied. by trans
ports, the Sheridan docked' n( the
Oceanic, whnrfi, HardlJ-hnd the ship
gotten In, when "Illuo Peter" was
sent up to the peak, shattering tho
hopes of nil those who expected tho
transport to' remain here over-night.
Entertainments which Had beer) ar
ranged for (he officers wore hurriedly
called oft when It was announced
that' the ship would Continue on her
Journey nt B o'clock this ovenlng.
GREAT WIRELESS OUTFIT
VALLEJO, Calif., Dec. 23. When
the torpedo boat Paul Jones goea
Into commission next .Wednesday she
will be equipped wltli one of the
most powerful wireless-outfits to be
found on any vessel ot her alio In, the
world. The crow of tho Rowan will
man the Paul Jones, and the Rowan
albo wl be thoroughly equipped
with wireless telegraph replacing
tho (Wireless telephone system now In
use, nmHboaU of her class that came
around the Horn with the Dattleshlp
BULLETIN AD9 PAY
i SHOPPING NEWS
Fort tho purest soda water of de
licious nnd sntlsfjlng flaor, order It)
croft's Sodas, Orders promptly nnd
carefully filled.. Phono 270.
Wo.hno a full lino of tho very flu
ent 1909 diaries for olTlco and pocket
use. Office supplies nnd devices of nil
kinds. Hawaiian Ncns Co, Ltd, Al
exander Young bulldhig.
"Dpkoratn" Is a calclmlno made of
Paris White. It does not "ret," ns do
thoi Plaster Paris preparations, nnd so
may bo used several dry after mixing.
Sold by Lcwcrs & Cooke, Ltd.
Tho 1909 spring Btylca In Wilson
Dros. nnd Cluett shirts hno Just ar
rived at Tho Kash Co., nnd inny now
to seen In their windows. They nro
handsomo In design and of finest ma
terials. To every property holder today, It
Is an absoluto necessity to leave an
"Iron bound will," that cannot bo brok
en by tho clovcrcst lawyer. Wc draw
up wills In proper legal form without
jhargc. Hnnallan Trust Co, Ltd.
REPUBLICANS TO HAVE
(Continued from Pape 1)
prescribe their duties," nnd tho snuio
provision Is mndo In regard to the
duties' ot tho Commlttco on Fire De
partment and Electric Lights.
"Anditbero will bo no officers under
tho city and county' said Supervisor
Qulun, v. ho Is cbnirman of I ho Road
Committee, jcstcriliiy. "The road sup
vnlnor v. Ill bo nn employe, to bo ap
pointed by tho coniinlttro tho same as
notable man, nnd the status of Alt the
department workers from top to bot
tom v. Ill bo thp same. They will bo
'rmplojos, no matter what their posi
Tho conscqucncn will bo thnt with
no offices tn fill the appointments nude
ly tho Mnor will luoltably go by. tho
Lbard, and tho committees will li.no
Tho loveliest fight of tho whole lumi
nous Is going on for tho position of
Road Supervisor Each man holds thit
his apHilnlment Is good, nnd, though
tho men who have been doing tho
work In tho past uro going nhe.od with
It today, there is n largo crowd of Fern
appointees waiting In the ofllco n:U In
tho hallway outside.
Tommlo Cummins Is nut In tho opon,
going ahead with his work today, while
John Wilson, appointed by Mnor
Fern, sits in tho Road Supervisor's of
fice AH of tho bo) s in tho office main
tnln thnt they will lmvo no boss but
Cummins. Tho gocrnmcnt stables
nro nhut up tight Ciptnlu Confer keep
ing guard bull I n (I locked doors. Con
rcqucntly thoro Ik little street work
Tho Major, his secretary, C. L.
Ithodos, and W. A. Kinney, tho attor
ney, hold u lengthy consultation this
morning in ,tho latter's ofllco, pre
sumably In regnrd tn what steps
should bo tiken, If any, to upset the
nctlcn taken by tho Supervisors at jes
tenia) meeting. Fern said jostcr
day that ho regarded all action taken
on thnt occasion as Illegal, outsldo
that ot approving the bonds of the of
ficers, as this was the business for
which tho meeting had bcon specially
Fern, Rhodes nnd Kinney wcro all
neon after the meeting, but none of
tjiem would say an) thing jibout what
hud been donp, or what decision had
been arrlod nt.
A VERLSIGft MAN
MnJor General Woitnn. Intnlv In
command of tho Department of tho
Philippines, but now bound for San
Francisco to tnko tempprrrr)" com
mand of the Department of Cnllror.
nla, Is the ranking officer on board
the Sheridan.' Sickness forced den
eral Weston to relinquish hla com
mand In tho Philippines, and rotum
n tho United States.
The stern nnd crlzzlod fucn nf ihn
old warrior shows tho effects of the
suffering throuch which hn has mm.
and It Is patent to evoryone that n
tew months more service In tho trop
ics would have bcon too much fur
him. Try aa ho would this morning,
Oeporal Weston wns not nblo to htdu
mo met tTiat he is n very sick man.
Ocneral Weston has a brilliant rec
ord In tho Army, and tho left lirenat
of his scrvlco blouse Is ornamented
with n string of service ribbons that
oxtends from buttonhole to Bhouldcr
TI1K AMERICAN Imrlr Knlnl nn,.
erlno, Captain Hdrbort, sailed this
morning at 11 o'clock for San Fran
cisco, with u small cargo of sugar.
MT'Fori Balal' cards at Bulletin.
A Most Excellent! Assortment of
W: W: Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE P25
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, January 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed .Inn. S:
S. 8. Virginian, for Honolulu
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, 12 m , for Ho
nolulu. 8. 8. l.urllnc, 1 p. in , for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 6:
S. 8. Alameda, bunco Dec. 30.
S. 8. llltoman bunco Dec. 29.
OAVIOTA Arrhcd Jan. 3:
8. S. Rosccrnns, from Knannpall.
KAHULUI-Sallcd Jan 2:
S. 8. H)ndes. for San Francisco.
Monday, January 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Jan 2:
S. 8, Nippon Mnru, 2 p. m , for Ho
nolulu. SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed Jan. 3.
8. 8. Mexlcnn for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhcd Jan. 4:
S. 8. Enterprise from Illlo.
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 2:
8. 8 Hermlston, hence Dec. 8.
8YDNEY Arrhcd Jan. 2:
8. 8. Moina, hence Dec. 12.
VICTORIA Sal'od .Inn. 2.
8. S. Makura, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed Jan 3:
8. S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
KAANAPALI-8allcd Jan 2:
8. S. Columbian, for Sallni Cruz.
Saturday, January -.
NEWCASTLE Arrlvod Jan. 2:
8. 8. Hcrmlstou bunco Dec. 8,
SYDNEY Arrhcil.J.111. 2:
8. 8. Monna, honco Dec 12.
VICTORIA Sailed Jan. 2: x
8. 8. Maki.ra, fof Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan 2:
S. 8. Nippon Mnru, 2 p. in , for Ho
nolulu. PASSENGERS' ARRIVED
Per U. 8. A. T. 8hcrld.in. from Mn
nlla. .Inn. G. For Honolulu: David
Townscnd, Through: II. A llnldrldgc
Lieut. Comdr II. I.. Illseot, 1st. Lieut
D. W. lllako, Capt. J. W. Illanchard
and wife, Capt, J I. llojlc, Ollbcrt N
Hi Ink, wife and 2 children, Mrs. I C
IlniKii nnd daiightir, dipt. W. T
llurtt and wife, Mrs. N A Cla)lnn and
two chlldicn, Mra. C. II Comptou
Charles 11 Corley Lieut P M Dungin
and wife, J. I Farwell and wife, W. W.
Foster nnd wife J l. (Irrcn, Surg O
O Hart, Pa) master It Ilattim. W. I)
Hazoltlno, 1st Lieut. C. O. Culver, 1st
Lieut. Chns. H. Freeman and wife
Mrs. Prono Hlntnn, 1st Lieut, J. L.
Holmes nnd wife, 1st Lieut, J. L. Hop
wood, J. A. Jackson nnd wife, i:. M
James, Mrs. 11. M. Kilwell, Mrs. D. W
Knox, MnJor Wm. it. I.uliio, wife and
two children, Mrs. J. D I.uwIh, MMJiii
Oeo. n. l.ong, J. D. McDonild, Mlsr
Mnttio McOulie, 1st Lieut. Henry II
MclftOre, H.'A. Miller.', wife, two chll
rcn nnd mother, 1st Lieut. Odn C.
Nichols, Mrs, C. D. Palmer, liifniu nnd
nurso, II. It. Peoples, Mrs W. I). Phil
Upson nnd daughter, Capt II. P Roth
crs and wife, John J Robinson Mrs
J. R. Robinson, W. 8. 8cott. Major M
J. Shaw, C. A. Smith, II. C. 8tocns
1st Lieut, i:. W. Sturdlvant 1st llout
Itnjmond D Sullltiin, wife, 3 chlldrcr.
and mother, Mrs. T.. W Torre) nnd
rlstcr. A. C. Van Clove, W 11. Walkur
MnJor General John F. Woston, wlli
nnd two daughtcra, Lieut. O. C. Whit
taker, I.cu W Wright, MrB. It. U nor
rpn and child, Mrs. C. F. Hales and
child, W. D. Hills nnd wife. Capt. K.
K. Pursons, wife nnd child, O. T. Ank
ers nnd wife, O. W. llean nnd wife.
Mrs, Kiln Dunn nnd daughter, Mrs P
Kckhnrt and children, T 11. Dills
Mrs. Annii Gray, Mrs. J. 8. Hooker
Mrs. R. Lhcsvy nnd child, II II Mar
cus nnd wlfo, 13 W. Robinson, C. II
Schuele, Mrs. Wm Smith and son
Mrs. Wm. Welch nnd son, Jnmea Mo P.
Kctcham, A. A. Mlckclson, J. 11. Groat
M. Qoodman. J. Whnlen, Illunt Askew,
Kdward Uodcn, Fraud Cornolluson,
P,aul Kcklmrt, James Fleming, Thomas
Ai Grant, Michael Leach, August Roos
Michael J. It) an, Olhor Tclmos, Spcu
tcr II. Thomas, Herman Von Ochscn.
Max Wolnborg nnd 298 In Btcoragc.
Tim UARKDNTIND Irmgard. Cat
tain Chrlstlanson, Is being rfcpjlntcd
.ind generally put Into shape. All ro
pair work must bo iluno nt this end of
tho line, qs tho crew Is nlwayB dls
rharged In Ban Francisco, Tho Irm
gaid will sail tho latter part of tho
week for San Francisco, carrying
about 1100 tons of sugnr.
Till STDAMKIt Makura, of tho Ca
.radlan-Austrnllnu lino, Is clou hero Frl
day morning from Vnncnner Tho Ma
kura will bring tho Canadian mall, nnd
will sail tho samo ovenlng for Austia
lln. Sho will tako on board fifteen or
lixtccn passengers hero. '
THK AORANOI Austrnllii In Vim
touvor Is expected hero Thiirailnv
evening. Sho will probably contlmio
on nor wn) itlilay inornlng, and wl
tako on board pissongors und mill for
Vancouver nnd Victoria,
Till: KINAU will tako Iho mn of
Ihu stoamei W. O. Hall this wuelt. uml
will, mako tho Kn.ua! Journey. Tho
ninuu win sail tills ovenlng nnd will
icach licio, oi) hqr return Jotirnc), Sat
TUB HRITI8H collier Olendtnon Is
lecelvlng a now coat of slUer giaj
paint. Tho cargo of coal which h..
brought hero for tho Intoi Island Stoam
jsawgatlon Comp-iny, la rapldl) being
Tuesday, January B.
Rimr. Manna Ken. Freeman for
Mnul nnd llanll. 12 noon.
Stmr Mnunn Loi, Slmersoii for Ko
na, 12 noon
11. a. A. T. Sheridan, for Snu Fran
cisco (may rail this p. ni.)
Stnn. W. O Hull, lliompioii lor
Kiunl, 5 v m
Stmr. Mlk.ihnla, for Mojokii, .11 iiii
nnd Lanal, ! p m.
Stmr Klinu, Qregory, for khu.ii, o
f PASSENQER8 DEPARTED
Per stmr Maunn Kca, for Maul and
Hawaii ports. Jan 6, 12 noon. J. II.
Mnckcnzle. Dr. J. II. Ra)mond, Miss
Dunning, Miss DaUdson, D. Damon, A.
C. Wall, Mrs. W. V. Kalb. Mrs. Walk-
r, V. Iluril, 12. K. Hond. W Scrlbner.
12. O. N Frcrno, J K. McycrB, C. If.
Notlcy, Mrs JciineH II Waggoner, J.
W. Wndtnnn nnd frlcnl, W 12. Howell,
J. T, Tnvlor, V K Mnlloy and wlfo,
Mrs. Chas. Wilcox, Dr Currlo, wlfo
nnd child, Mr. Osgood nnd wlfo, l.ndy
Howard, JL M. Hill nnd wife, J. Otloti
'ind wife. Miss Hunt, Miss K. Pooler.
Miss Hunt, Herbert Green, Lydla Gib
bon, J. Charles Green nnd wife, W. O.
Ramsey nnd wife, Misses Alexander,
Mra. C. II. Dickey, C II. McKay, C II.
lllacow nnd wife, C. E. lil.trow, A.
Jones, wlfo and son. Miss Coruwill,
Mlsa R. Ntiukiiuu Miss S. Ahfnt.
Per stmr. Mnun i Ij.i, Slmcrson. for
Kona, Jan 5, 12 m J. K. Kclllkoo, J.
P. Mrndoncn, Miss I.'mma Moon, C. L.
Per stmr. Ko All Hon, Podorrnn, for
Auaholn, Jan. S, noon. Miss Kllzahctli
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Klnnii Gregory, for Knual,
Jan. H. Master Kaeo, Sam Ktioo, Loo
.Too, W. P. Kapnlnnl, II. C. Men, J. II.
Wnrl, R. C. Ilrown, Mrs. J. II. Cone),
Maxtor Coney, Mlsa Coney and nurse,
Ficd Watcrhouse, A. Watcrhousc, I'.
Per stmr. Mlknhali, for Molokal,
Maul nnd I.nnal ft p in , .Ian. S. 1".
W. Pease, F. L. Gibson unit wlfo.
SENATOR PLATT TO
WRITE A BOOK
New Yorker Will Tell of Men and
Events for Past Fifty
WASHINGTON, D. C Dec. 1ft.
'Tho leaves from tho Dlnrj of nil
Kasy Ross" may bo the title of n wil
tmin of personal memoirs soon to bo
Irsued from the pen of Thomas C.
Pint, senior Senator from Now
York. Mr. Piatt, who Is apparently
In better health than for mnny years,
anil Is taking the liveliest Interest In
hla official work, is preparing to put
Into enduring form his personnl rec
ollections, covering n life of unusual
Mr. Plntt has told u New York
friend of long standing in tho Init
foit)-elght hours that he will liuiktu
down to tho work ns soon ns ho cm
throw off the Senatorial toga. Ilo
has not been nn ohscner of tho pass
ing political show for tho Inst halt n
century for nothing. Notes on men
and events that passed in review
hnto been mndo b) lilm and preserv
ed Tho Belial en- has a vast storo
houi.0 of Information In tho Now
York of Ikes of his oxpreis company.
It Is nsscrtciMhnt ho will ilcnl very
frankly with thn ConMlng-I'liitt In
cident ot tho Garfield administration,
lind bring to bear correspondence und
unassailable testimony to show tint
tho nuthnr wns far from being n "mo
too" in that nffnlr. The Sciultor la
now disposed to tako tho public Into
his (onfldenco on soma of the spicy
personal phases of his (nicer, bollev
Ing that the facts will show that ho
h is boon more of u victim than an of
Tho Man "I wanted to get nnrrlcd
when I was 21 but my fathei said I
didn't hno senso enough So I waited
until I was 30"
Tho Maid "And )ou married nt
Tho Man "Oh. no, nt 30 I had loo
much sense to, want u wlfo"
Chicago, Dtc 21 How tho Christ
mas trio Is H.unbollc of Christ Is point
ed out by Professor N do Jans), a
distinguished French scholar here
"In the caily dia mankind worshiped
Iho tree," su)s Iip, "and there la no god
who was not icpioscutcd as n Irio nr
lis dwelling In a tree. With (ho Jews,
Johovnli dwult In tho fir or Iho pluo.
Tho Oieok itnd Roman gods and god
desses dwelt In tieea or aro loprescnt.
ed j) tiees. The) nro tho soul of vcg.
etntlvo llfo and Christ himself In tho
nllegorlcul names attributed to him
and supposed to bo cnlled by himself,
fchow him ns In neai connection with
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cjcle
Motor, $17f5, Complete. '
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St. ,
J tiiuUii)A4 $&4U
. 'ali xa.