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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1000.
m isiK $ jii I
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Initiation,
Honolulu Commandery ln
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All vIjUIuh member of the
Unlet arc cordially lri Iteil to
attend meetings of local lodges
idf.atONY LODQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mtvir ..vary Monday evening at
) so in I. U 0 F Hull. Tort Street.
C. it HENDKY. Secretary.
niiN r vicKKna, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening ut 7.30 In K. ot P. Hall,
cornor Fort and Dorotanla. Visiting
(nuttier cordially Invited to ntUnd.
CI DEKIUNCl, C.C.,
JA3. W WHITE, IC.IL3.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
t !. iiiu Ladjlo No. niO, li V U.
. win lulct In their hall on King
aeai run Street evttry Friday even
ng. Uy orilir 0' the E. It.;
HENllV C. EASTON,
WJl. li. MctNERNY, E. II.
IVia. M'KINLEY LODGE N0.8, K.01P.
Meets every 2nd and tth Saturday
overling at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot l
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visiting-
brothors cordially Invited to at
tend. V. L. rilAZEE, C.C..
E. A. JACOBSON. IC.H.8
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7;30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Port streot.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to nt
tend. '.V. L. FIIAZEE. V., Pret
II. T. MOOHE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd thud Thurs
days of each month at KnlghU ot
PythlaB Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn attend.
A. ft. AKLEIGH, Sachem
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
M UHIHI1 . . ' fc.W
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by thi
with their new FRENCH
W7 brrelann St. Phone 1401.
Tl.e Best Whiskev on the Marlwt.
T1I03.F. MeTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
JOl-103 KING ST.
t?H0JE 140. P. 0. BOX 753.
(n'n brand nev Bevtn-seater. Call up
101 or 1438 and ash for
REDUCIION SAli from Saturday,
Ctli, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 IIUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMB1KQ and FAINTING.
Oflke: Honolulu Paintintr Co, 221
Kiiiff St.; T 0. Eos 014.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
All Kinds of K0A and
FUKUIURE Made Tc
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in ton.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. " Jack Roberts.
Wonderfal Motion Picturei bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathia.
Two chances each week.
Monday and Thursday
Tlic Fatal Card; The Circus Bay;
The Tnlc of a Pic; No More Servants
Wanted; Pinkman the Second Unveil-
in;: a Statue; The Sacrifice; Galvanic
Fluid; Fresh-Air Fiend.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. BTYLE3
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Ljhnhardt'i Candy, Fresh
Comer King and Fort Streets.
When you get
a to make
Our $25. suits
Oil). A. MARTIN,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing
t m Tnrv A nn t.tti '"i
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL;
PHnwr ?s 'I
IHE FAMILY GROCERS.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
S0HUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA
H, MIYATA & CO., t
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS' and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors an.v.
Saihes Bought and Sold.
KINO ST., PALAMA JUNCTIOU
P. H. BURNETTE.
Attornev-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Publio; Draws
Mortpatres, Deeds, Bills of Sale
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to, Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
3MF Don't store the passe furniture
inrthe barn;' two bits' Worth'of Bui
1 e't i n WanfAdi. will' sell it for you.
"911 1SH 'trBAmnB'tt'J '062 iuotij
Al. F Prosser returned from Walluku
this morning1.' ' ' ' f ,
Manager Harry Ilaldwln'ot tlio Maul
Agricultural Co. la In town.
Mrs. W. O. Smith returned from
Maul bythls morning's Claudlne.
It you are looking for any ot ygur
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
jorfll find them. "
' Spend 'New Year's at Royal Annex.
a alio your earn ut or auiomonua
td; Hawaiian Can-lag Manfg. Co.. for
up-to-dato repairs.' ,
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall.- Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and' Merchant streets. Tele
phone 16.' I '
; Cos tl your Iron roofs with "Arabic?."
You will boj surprised at Its cooIIukj
and preservative, properties California
Feed Co., axsnts.,- 1 '.
IL'N, Hoyel has returned from Ln
halnn, whom he has been running Hie
lino for tlio proposed new newer sys
tem. lshlbashl was arrested by United
States District Attorney llreckons yes
terday morning In connection with the'
Importation of women cases.
W. C. AeM saya tlio best placo for
the new city hall Is on thu north tor
tier of Illsliop and King streets, In what
is now Bishop1 Park, next' to tho Dill
"The Royal Annex" swell meals,
Miss Josephine C. I-ocko will give au
introductory talk upon Tho Modern
Drama and the religion of Petor Pan
on Wednesday, January 13, 1909, at
8:30 p. ra. at "TheCourtland," corner
of Punahou and Deretanla Btrcets. The
commlttoe ot arrangements extends to
tormer members of Ml as Locke's
classes and those Interested In the
Nov. Movement a cordial Invitation to
just a auujN as tnu uoyai .Man
.learner Aoraugl reached the Oceania
wharf this morning, tho woik of tnk?
UK on board coal to curry tho hli
from hero to IlrltUb .Columbia was
commonced. While thu stevedores
wcro discharging cargo from one part
cf thu vessel, men were at work filling
THE STEAMER Claudlne, Captain
Rennett, which nrrhed here this morn
ing from Maui nnd Hawaii wrts
brought the following freight: 2207
bags of sugar, 100 sucks of charcoal, 20
tacks com, 40 hogs, 1 horse, 1 auto
mobile, 48 packages of tildes, 65 pack
age of empty bottles, 161 packages of
THE UN1.0AD1NO of tho cargo ot
coal, broirght hero for the Q. M. depot
lately by the transport Dl)i, Is pro
grossing rapidly. The task will bu
completed within th.e next few days.
SAII-MAKERS ARE busy repairing
the canvas of tho Intcr-Uland Btuame.
N'llhau, which Is tied up at tho Intor
Island wharf undergoing uiluor re
THE INTEU-ISUAND steamer Maul
wob fumigated thlsnflernoon. Tho op.
t ration was started shortly nfter 1
Magistrate: You are chnrged with
assault and battery. Are you guilty
or not guilty? Prisoner: I suppose I
am guilty, your honor, but there
were mitigating circumstances. Mag
istrate: Tho plaintiff claims that you
gouged his eye, bit a piece off his
ear, knocked' him down, and then
walked all over his body. Now what
did1 he do that you should assault htm
thus? PrUoner-. He aald that I was
no gentleman,- your honor.
Tho- daptaln pf 'a -certain' yacht had
evinced an 'anxiety touching a mishap
to the craft that at once ottractcdithe
attention of 11 fair pasBunger on board.
"What's the trouble, captain?" uskod
Tho fact Is, ma am, was tho rc-
iponso, "our rudder's broken."
"Oh. I uhouldn'flt worry about- that,
hold the lady. "Being under, the, watur
nearly all the time, no one will notlco
(hat It's gone."
suffragist lecturer brought down
tho house with tho following argu
ment: "I hnvo no vote, but my groom has,
1 havo a great respect for that man In
tho stables, but I am sure that It I
vero to go to him and' Bay; 'John, will
toii excrclso 1ho franchise ?' 1)4 would
reply: "Please, tnuin, "which" horse bo
"A prophet," remarked tlm morall
er,' "never forgets' his' predictions If
they happen to como true."
"Arid If tlioy don't come true," ro
lolncd the demoralizer, "his friend
von't lot him forgot thorn."
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
12 S. KINO ST. PHONE WW.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
PTS TO SPEND
jRE$J OF DAYS HERE
,v Reports' "
Secretary Wood has prepared a re
port td'bo HUbmlttcd' at tho mcctltig"of
I ho Prombt'lon Committee thla,rnfte'r
roon,;rettd)ng In part as followsf
The' following letter from nn Army
officer 'nt Manila Is of InteroHt and can
buftneourage the Commltteo In IW
"I would' (loom It .1 great favor If you
would aond mo some of your duscrln
tlvo'lltCraturo. I received a qiinntit;
from you about uhtefti months ago,
but It was gobbled up so quickly by
othera that I did not havo a chance to
get a look at half of It; It yen have
the same, would ou kindly lncludu la
thu ones you send, that which con
tulnu the prose oem of Mark Twain
on the beauties of Hawaii. I think It
cnoiot tho gems of tho language nnd
just about hits the mark; should )Oii
not have It tn the form as asked, plcasu
do mo tho courtesy of Bending tho quo
tation. I wish to memorize It.
"I retire from tho Army next year,
when I expect to go to your town to
spend the remainder of my days. I
havo been pretty well over tho entlro
world In my travels, nnd con truthful
ly say that not n pbco In which I have
been nn much ns even approaches Ho
nolulu. From my first lcw of tho
placo, In 189y, I have Intended to live
there when 1 thould retire. I like,
tho American clement of your town.
and sh6uld bo enjoy lllng amongst
rnd being one of them. You havo, I
apprehend, a very bright futuro.
"I firesumc, from what I can gtthcr
In reading current papers, that It Is
tho policy of tho War Department to
maintain n very largo garrison perma
nently In your vicinity. This will
have Its advantages In more ways than
Wo nro gradually getting more close
ly In touch with the leading papers ot
the Mainland. Amont; other .letter
Juct to hand Ik one Iroin Tlio Chicago
Record-Herald," elating that they me
planning to run a series of articles ic
lattng to the agricultural possibilities
of Hawaii and UBklng us "for data nnd
Our agent In I.oa Angeles write.
1 nder date of December 22nd that the
Pacific Mall Steamship Company Is of
fering party round trip rates of $110
from San Francisco by. tho Bteamshlp
Mongolia, scheduled to salt February
ICtli, and that the outlook Is good for
a number of passengers by this steam
er as well as by the Matson and Ocean
ic boats sailing during February.
Tho matter for our special folder to
bo distributed on board nil steamers
calling at Colombo Is about ready for
the printer. For tho Insldo pages, we
have had a special map made which
has reduced effectively. Through the
couitosy of Dr. Ollmore, wo aro In re
ceipt of translation of the tot which
will bo published In English, French
nnd German. Within nnother. month
wo Bhould be able to commence this
distribution, which, 1 believe, will
proo cf mntorlnl benefit.
'Ono of our correspondents writes
from Rangoon, .stating that he expects
to bo In Colombo soon, from which
point he will -send us somo selected
iced of a special variety ot cocoa,
which he bores may do well h,ero. Up
on receipt of tho beans, wet will turn
them over to thj Agricultural Experi
Tho lithographs advertising tho Feb
ruary 22nd Parade aro now being gun
(.rally dlstrlbutei throughout the Unit
c-d States and Canada.
C. 9. Hammond & Company write
that tho new edition of tho dross lloads
'of the Pacific map has liocn shipped
nnd should reach us about tho middle
of tho month, This firm ulso writes
that they arc proceeding with the pre
paration of copy for tho special red
plate to bo over printod on their largo
mop of the world and liopo to bo nblo
to' fill all orders shortly.
ir. itenry is. uoscii, Director of Ex-
hits and Privileges ot tho Alaska-Yu-
l;on-PacIflc exposition, writes, asking
for copies of the colored plates of Ha
wallan fishes, stating that ho will havo
each .picture framed and prominently
dlsploycd In 'tho Flshorles building.
At our-request, tho manager of the
Los Angeles Times haB placed our
name on his freo list for that valuable
Mjr. A. Claudo Tlraden, tho lecturer.
wrlteB from Hongkong, hut ho has had
all or his Hawaiian slides colored In
Japan and Is showing, them to good
rudencea throughout Japan and China,
Mr. W. ll: Simpson, ndvertlulns
ngent of tho Santa Fo Hallway com
pany nt Chlcngo, writes thot he bus
shipped us 100 copies of'n new edition
of their red wall map on which Hawaii
Is given prominent spaco.
Tho principal of the Spring Valley
Minnesota, High school, segnds us an
Intciestlng description of "Hawaii
Day" nt their school, when nlnumbor
of tho advanced pupils mibmltted pa
pcra referring to the Islands.
December 19th, we despatched some
1:000 postal cards to leading 'railway
lind Bteamshlp agents throughout the
United States and Canada.
Tho now leaflet, for enclosure with
ordinary correspondence will soon bo
Whitney & Marsh's sale -of musltn
underwear will be "pan" on Saturd ty
Fine lot of poultry for salo, both Im
ported and Island. Club Stables, tel
The nrcnestrello selections ni me
Art. nro as follows: Wm. Tell, Won
dcrland, nnd Song Without Wonlflj
Kerrs' nro showing- this week n
grand lot of ney Htylo' 1909 hats fo.
men. These IncludeUhclicw popular
green Shades. t
Tho big annual remnant rmlo will
begin ht Jordan's next Mond:i) mom
ng,-January lllh. Early coinew will
get the benefit of the first dioleoi
May's Old Kona Coffee Is masted
nnd ground fresh eerytduy by thu uv
process gas roaster. It'a always freih
and delivered either whole or ground
What gift Is more ncceptjb.e than 11
pictures properly framed? Watch
Gurroy's window for thorn. Kodak
Foods, developing and printing. Fort
street, below King.
Tlio Inst dnys of the big Janinn
snlo of underwent' -aro now on ft
Sachs'. Uuy now, nnd pnvo iiioni'
Tho January sale of ladle' hhlrt walit
begins Monday, January 11th.
llcers brewed In i-oldi-r clltualcs nro
not sultnblu to the tropic, l'rlmo
beer, our homo brew. Is Jiut what tine
needs to restore wnnlo energy and
btlmulatu tho fallinx appetite.
Tho Itejral Shoe Stnro Is holding a
big clearance, sale of chocs t'J inukc
room for the now stock. Men nn-1 wn-
mcn'B Oxfords nnd laeo boots, chil
dren and mlscea' tics nnd shoos, nil ut
Knox lints ate tho standard evety-
whore In men's hotdwoir: tho stind
did In fUIe, make, nr.d wearing qua!
Ity. Let in show you a Kno when yo't
need .1 naw hat. Sllva's To&tury, Kim?
fear Fort street.
MouMIngs for plcturo framing Just
In a largo Block of them ordered for
Christmas trade. Mnulillnio In gold
black, brown, green, cherry, mntios
nny, nnd tho new green gold. Hono
lulu Photo Supply Co,
Why not have n Victor Talking Ma
chine In our homo this year? Tho
homo Ufa will bo plcaBanlur for It uud
you may buy It on our easy payment
plan without the least trouble. l!erg
ttrom Music Co., Ltd.
The liousottlfn v.-ho ap;u relates
prompt atidecareful filling of all ord
ers will do well to try J. M. Levy &
Co., tho family grocers, l'uncj nnd
ttaplo grocertcn of nil kinds. King
street, near Ilcthcl. Phono Vfi.
Passengers for the Manchuria should
leave their orders with tho Union-Pacific
Transfer Co. HngjiRo placed In
the proper state rooms nnd cealed com
partments under their personal super
vision. 122 King ttrccL Phone E8.
DI0111 will hold a reduction salo I.t
ladles' skirts, suits, cravenetto coats,
Jackets and belts, beginning Monday
morning, January 11. These goods ure
excellent In qu:llt nn I will be sold
nt and lolnw cost Svo ud on Sunday.
The public Is cautioned ngMntt al
lowing persons to onterdwiilli:igs for
the purpeno of Inspecting gis meters
t.nless they show their badges or oth
er credentials, testifying to their om
payment by thu Honolulu Gas Co,
(Continued from Pare 1)
largo amolunts. of money; mid nil this
action has been taken outside, cf tho
power of to or approval by me ns
If Mr. Qulnn and his nscncl.ites can
crcato a legal liability to pay ono dol
lar In that way Independent ot tho
Major, 1 do not tee why they cannot
create tho liability to pay 0110 hundred
thousand do'lars In the same way.
It U true that n't appropriation bill
for n quaitcr of n million dollars has
been Introduced Into the Hoard of Sup
endears, and from tho fact that notice
of this apptopilallon bill has been pub
llBhod in tlio uowtpr.pcrs, I should In
fer thnt finally this appropriation bill
will bo submitted to mo for my approv
al or veto, but that approval or veto
cannot. If tho position of tho Hoard or
Supervisors Is correct loach tho quos-
toady for distribution among our busi
ness in nn,
Since my last report, wo liavj ie-
celyi-d acknowledgments of the receipt
of U10 Cioss Honda of tlio Pacific Map
tin Vladivostok, Tahiti. Acapuleo,
C-- Town Hombay, Colombo, Cul-
ev.tla, Sar.iu'...:..,-, Ilaugoou and Hallfux,
Wo nro also in receipt or requests ror
Mldlllonnl copios or tho map rront n
largo number or places In tho United
States and Canada, '
II. V. WOOD,
WE SAVE EYES
by removing the first slight eye trou-
bles that grow to bigger ones.
I IN FOREIGN PORTS ( ARRIVED 3
Wednesday, Jan. C, 1S00.
SAI.IN ACUUZ Sailed Jan 6
8. S. Mlsrourlun for San Franclso,
SAN FUANCISCO Hailed Jim. 0:
"U. S. T. Iliiffulo, for Honolulu.
MEMO. S. 8. Nloomodla, reportrl
sailed from Yokohnmai Dor. 23 for
Honolulu, will not cull at this pore
Tuesday, January 5,
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed .lull. C:
8. 8. Virginian, Tor Honolulu.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, 12 m., for Ho
nolulu. 8. S. Lurllne, 1 p. m for Honolulu.
SAN FUANCISCO ArrUe.I Jan. G:
8. 8. Alameda, henro Dec. SO. I
8. 8. Htlouian, heiico Dec. 29. 1
HA VIOTA Arrived Jail 3:
8. 8. Hosecraus, from Kautinpall.
KAHUl.tll Sailed Jan. 2:
8. 8. Ilyades, for San Krauslacu.
Monday, January 4.
HAN FltANCISCO-Salled Jan. 2:
8. S. Nippon Mnru, 2 p. in., for Ho
nolulu. SAN FUANCISCO-Salled Jan. 3.
8 8. Mexican fur Seattle.,
SAN FUANCISCO- Arrlu-d Jan. 4:
8. S. Euterpibe from llllo.
NEWCASTLE- Anled Jan. 2:
8. 8. IloriulRtoii hriicv I lee. 8.
SYDNEY ArrtuM .Ian. 2:
S. 8. Moulin, hence Dec. 12.
VICTOIIIA Salle I Jim. 2.
8. 8. Mnkurn, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed Ian. :t:
S. 8. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
KAANAPALI Sailed .Ian 2:
S. S. Columbian, for Sallua Crux.
Ht t tttt-Ht
lion whether, under the law I lave, n
light to pass upon the crsitlng of o'jll
nations and liabilities in tho first In
stance, nnd whether I have thu vet
eni'c-r. upu-i such notion by the Hoard
of Supervisors or not. That Is the
main point In question.
When this appropriation bill comcf
before 1110, If It does. It will b? Ureb
n question riniply whether I sha.l
agleo to tho palii3 or bills heretofor-i
Incurred by the Committee.)' of III
Hoard o fSuperviMirs where I have had
neither Milee nor say ns t.i whether
ilieye liabilities In the first liiutaucc
ihouljl bu Inclined or not.
A!i)uno who reail 1110 rules vote.l
thioiigh by tho llo.nil of Supervisors nt
their first iiioetliig toiid hoo at ouco
what thnso runs mount, 'fhry wen1
Inr wlclo or I lie q-aostlun of who Uiould
bo olllceia or who should n::t, or wh)
t-hould appoint them or v. 1 1 1 1 should re
move them, nnd, believing es 1 On thu.
I have, under tho law, tho right to p.nn
1 pon nnd approve or cxu nny p.iipascit
rxpcndlturo of public money ' bt-luro
tho obligation has been lncimo.1, uptiii
tho direct hsuo of Whether the suitie
shall bo Incurred or not. an 1 billevlni:
r.lBO that thli right is a vltil 0110 to thu
public Interests, I havo been compelled
to enter n consistent prt.tctt against al!
ncllon Involving expenditures la lb I J
in tho beaming.
Now how is that Issue to be settled?
If compromised, eoniproml'e I In
I do not consider that 1 hive any
authority to waive such n right nny
how. If the court hoLla prnUictilly
that my volo doni not reieh the ques
tion or Inclining obligations, but
only tomes In uUor the obligations
lmve been inclined on tho question
or paying existing obligations, well
and cood, but It Is clearly a matter
that cannot bo (ompt'oinlked on tile
sldo by an) one; tho courts have got
to decide thnt Isauo.
I Blated In my Inauguinl nddiess.
and have lopeated uluce, that I wish
tho matter tettltd betorn thn courts,
and that Is still by desire, nnd 1 am
nioro than willing, nnd havo always
bien no, to I111Y0 tho matter hettleil
promptly In coiut. Not a single per
son has approached iuu from Iho uth
ei sldl siiggc;i(liign suit or any turn-
promlBe, other than the one to dlvldo
up omcos, us nlready stated.
Tho Hoant of Supervisors Is nbto
lutely In the hniids ot'' thu Itepubll
caus, tho courts luivo been open to
thtni from the very first, and I can
not understand Mr, Smith's almost
threatening letter addressed to mo
this morning, if ho desires the mat
ter settled be fine the courts, mid I
now suggest lu him that he takt a
hand and have thu matter settled
piomptly before the court, nsHiiiIng
li I tn that 1 will meet him r.oro than
half way In thnt mutter, uud tulllug
him ulso that 1 havo never been iid
vUed to do otherwise by anyone,
counsel or nnyono clho.
Moreover, I Biiggost that whatever
my Intentions, 1 huvo had Utile op
portunity to obstrmt anything; I
havo entered my pintcjbt In the only
way open to 1110 ut the time, which
has been promptly ovenldden by the
Hoard of Suporvlsors. Perhaps ovon
protestii under tho clreiiiust'imos 111 0
nn olttiice to Mr. Smith, or perhaps
ho Is not fairly Inforjued ns to all
the facts and Issues Involved.
It lifts been suggested that tlio real
tlmo for Intervention by the courts
will bu when ,111 attempt Is uctunlly
llitido to pay out mid deliver money
rrom tlio City tind County Treutury
to tlio empUi)ees dented nnd con
tinued by tho committees ot tho
Hoaid of Supervisors; howuvcr, Mr.
Smith may bo nbjo to suggest somo
prompter and more lompleto settle
ment ot these. Issues, It so, well and
'limit-nay .1 miliary jr
Stmr. Clniidlnc. Dennett, from Mnulii
nnd Hawaii ports. G: in n. m
11. M. S. Aornngl, from Sydney,
""Wednesday. January fi
Ilk Nuiiniiu, Josseljii for Kaannpalil
mid Now York, 1 it. tn.
Stmr. I.lkcllku for Kiiuat, f. 25 p, m. 1
Am. 8. H. Texan llnH for Kiiliulul,
I'.-.u:, p. in.
Stmr. W. (1, Hall, Thompson, for
Kn11.1i pi is, r p. m.
'f DUE TOMORROW "
l M. S. S. Miinchiirln, from V.ilio-
I'ani.i, n. in.
'C-A, 8. H. Miiknra, final Vancouver,
a. , A
! SAILING TOMORROW
P. M. 8. 8. Mtiiiehur'In. for San Fran
Cisco, fi-p. Id., (posslblj tnt until Sa'
unlay c. in.)
It. M. 8. MaVtira, (Hah fm Colonies,
1 . 111.
Stmr. Claudlne, Ileunett, for Lahaliia
and llllo, f. p. 111.
Stint. Kltiau, t!rrgnr, (nun Kami
polls, n, 111.
' DUC 8ATURDAY
ntmi. Aliiuna Ken, l-reeman, from
llllo and way poitn, a. in
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon M.-.ru. Stev
:111s. from Sun Francisco.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per t'.f.ir. (1 iiulltir- IVnioli from
Maul nnd Hawaii ports. Jan 7 Miss
E. Naniias, Ida Kanoloukti D. Conway,
Win. Main. II. N. lloyd. Ceo, Dunn
Chang Clione; 11. A. Deldwln Ml is It
Hocking, MUs M. Hocking. Mius M
Paulo, Mrs. llelmoi'o, It. 1', Qu.iilcn
Miss Miirshall. Mm. Win, Hell, Mrs
W. O. Smith, W. It. Fnrrlngton, M. !
Piiiihur, C. W. MrClnnnlmn, C I). Mc
Eachcrn. (loo. Phllllpa, J. II. llrown
A K. Uriiue. Alfrud ll.mren, (!io,
St'bey, Thus, Croc'trtt. 1.1. Ah Sit". Mru.
F. Mitchell and three thlldrcn, Cha-.
Puck, D. II. Ktilmiilollo, A. ltlchlo, 11
Ibhiens, P. Lewis. (' Muschko. J W.
V:i'i lllbbei and CI on dock.
Per It. M. 8. Aorangl, for Vlctorlu
and Vancouver. Judgo A. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. I). S. Chapln, Mi mid
Mrs Norman Kay alid Inrnnt Mlsn N.
M. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. 1). Thurbr,
Mr. nnd Mra. Colynr and twl chlblren
.Mrs. W. (I. Gray and child, It. II, l.e-g,
E. 1". Carpenter.
Per It, M. S. M kuin. (w Rydiiej
.(. II. Whllehotiec nnd wife, II. .1.
Wliltclinusp, .".Irs. Francos Day. W. E.
Displace, S. J. Wlioivoll nnd wlit.
Tl'os. CaiMin, I". c. Johnson, r. E.
King. W. Porter Allen. K. a. Town-
10111I, John Hiiahanan, L. Peterson and
Par stmr. W. G. Hall, for KnuM. -Mis.
r. Magoo. Miss Elisabeth Maw.
Mia. linker, San Wo, W. ShlobiT, I).
AD.MIKAI, HEIIItEE h.11 not b--n
onleiod to the inllof or tho itrlckt-n
Itallnii cltlts us far an In known. 8'
brco coniinr.iidn tho secrnd division of
tho first squadron or tho Pacific iluot:
It la tho Atlanllo Heel that Im Jast
parsed tlirousli tho Ones canal.
: ; ;. : . .;. . .;.
good. Meanwhile In tho duo eounu
ol business I roll It only right to call
upon thu City nnd County Attoinci
ror his opinion, notwltlihtiinillni; tlm
tint that thu lloiiii or Siipervlsoi-H
bcouiol unqiiostlimnbly to bu art lug
under his guldmicu mid tnrormal nd
vleo rioiii the stmt. Wo now have
ni) letter inlslni; the lilies that l
want Hettleil Imroiu tho court nnd Ills
reply made llieieto, to tluit the Issu-st
aio itollnod. In writing, that idimihl
be submitted to the coiut.
W)tlu I iidmlt Hint I havo not us
liiucii eonlUlonce In thu opinion ot
tho City and County Attornoy ns I
might have had It ho hud occupied .1
wholly iitutinl mid non-committal
position until ho was appealed to,
I neverthelos.1 disclaim thnt I sill
deslro to go to tho courts 011 that ac
count. I mil advised (hat. thn mutter Is too
Imporlunl, the Municipal Alt too
unceittlii in Its provisions, mid thu
expenditure, tho legality or which lu.
Involved, loo lurgu for 1110 even with
the most Impaitlsil iidvleo not to
have tho uintter first sctllld lu court,
iiml, therefore, Hid pciMinullty or the
(ity mid County Attorney Is not in
volved lu my dceluluu to get a niling
fiom thu iiiurtH.
The most Iflipoitnnt point now 1.1
wlion and how It should (omu, mid lu
that leaped I must bt ipildeil by tho
udvlco or counsel, which eertnluly
thus fur has not Invited any unions
oiiublu delay, mid the wlllliigntsi oC
tho otheislde to In lug nbout piompL
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Sea Wrens, $ lOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $170, Complete. .
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, j