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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV It., BATUnDAY, JAN. 9, 1909.
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K ' Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Initiation.
Honolulu Commandcry Ini
Lei -Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
Order nre cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening r.t
7t80 In 1. 0. 0. 1'. Hall, Tort Street.
L It. HEN DRY. Secretary.
HEN. F VIl'KEHS, N..Q.
All visiting bruthcis very cordially
OAHU LOJJGE, No. 1, K, of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening it T.30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tcrt .md Iloretanla. VIiItluK
brothers cordially Invited to attond.
. 11. DEEIUNO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.tt.9.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LoUge No. QIC, VI. 1. O.
E will meat In their hall on Kins
near Fort Street every Friday even
Ily order of tho E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
I vVM. II. MclNERNY, E. R.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clocK In K. ot I.
Ilall, cor. Fort nnd lioretanln.' Visit
lag brothers cordially Invited to at
eud. j W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
' E. A. JAC011SON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. E.
'Mect on tho 2nd nnd 1th WEU
N'lCSDAV evenings o( each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. bf 1. Hall, corner
Herctanla end Fort streets.
Visiting Eaclci are Invited to at
tenil W. L. FRA55EB, W., Trest.
if II. T. MOORE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of onch month at Knights of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
llally Invited to nttend.
A. 1( ARLE1QII, Bachem.
A. E. MFRI'HY. C. of It.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
57 Brretania St. Phone 1491,
The Bcs.t Whiskey on the Market,
TH03. r. McTIOHE & CO., AGENTS,
( 101-105 XINQ ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. EOX 755,
in a brand new ecven-seater. Call up
iui or hob ana hsk for
. C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday
6th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
5 K. UYEDA,
1028 1IUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR nr.rl BUILDER.
--.. .. ai.u aimu,
OJl'cc: Honolulu Paintir.c Co, 221
iuiigci,; i; u. ijox 014.
WING CHONG CO
, KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Jrniture Mattresses,
Etc-.; Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
. ' place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
,, j-, jiuici el. ucar run.
itT Jack Scully. Jack Roberti,
Wonderful Motion Pictures Injur
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Corned; and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Fatal Card: The Circus Bay;
The Tale of a Pig-; No More Servants
Wanted; Pinkman the Second Unveil
ing a Statue; The Sacrifice; Qalvanio
Pluid; Fresh-Air Fiend.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Our 1009 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
We are agents for the famous
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our 25. suiti
GLU. A. MARTDf,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
PHONE 270. w
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KINO ST. NEAR 'BETHEL.
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.,. Lib.
MERGHANTST. NEAR ALAKEA,
E. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS tod
Second Hand Lumber, Boon ani
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
P. H. BURNETTE, i
Attorncy-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Publio; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
JIarriace Licenses, "
78 MERCHANT BT.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
LOCAL AND GENERAL'
W 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.
jit vh OTAnTWtrct 'oes wou
II you nro looKlng tor any ot your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll flu J them.
Tako your carrlaia or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg. Co., for
J. O. Bchllcf arrived today In tho
Mjikura to accept a position on tho
business offlco staff ot the bulletin.
Tho A. M. Dlots Jewelry Co. has
mo'ved Into Its new quarters In tho
Woman's Exchange on Hotel street,
Spend, New Year's at Royal Annex.
llavo your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
phono If). '
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and prescrvatlvo properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
According to a letter received by
Deputy Attorney General Whitney,
Carl Smith Is to be Deputy County At
torney ot Hawaii, to succeed Alull.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their duos to
tho financial secretary at Evening
Bulletin any day between It and 1.
A. B. Arleigh & Co., Ltd., are es
tablished in their new quarters on
Hotel street, between Fort and Bish
op streets, and are ready for business.
A Japanese, named Kawaxami,
charged with cmbcttllng n sum 'of
money from another Japanese, was
brought to tho pollco station from Ewa
today by Officer John Leal.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
Thcro Is no prettier placo ot amuse
ment In town than tho Ocm Theatre
on Hotel street. The ladles enjoy It
becnuso no smoking Is allowed. The
very latest films arc shown nnd change
twice a week. A great raco horse
Aim Is on this week.
Word has reached Deputy Attorney
Ocncral Whitney that Jurfgo Parsons
decided that ho was qualified to swear
In tho County Fathers of Hawaii, not
withstanding tho fact that tho con
firmation of hla appointment had not
yet been received, and this ho pro
ceeded to do.
Major Paul Smith has received from
tho Grand Secrctnry of tho Sovereign
Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., notification
of tho death ot Commander-in-Chief
John L. Nolcn, Grand Sire. It has
been ordered that tho charters of all
lodges shall bo draped in deepest
mourning nnd shall remain so for six
Tho pollco havo arrested a number
ot persons of different nationalities
who were engaged In playing a now
game. In this tho players wcto for
a certain buiii, given a number of
rings, which they used by throwing oii
a piece of cloth, on which wcro coins
ranging In valuo from ten cents to a
dollar. If, tho ring fell around ono of
theso coins, tho player got the coin.
Tho police want to find out whether
this constitutes a gamo of chance und
er the law, In which caso tho players
will bo punished. If It Is held to Ira a
game of skill they will bo discharged.
PlayedWith Matches And
May Not Survive
Tho 2-j ear. -old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank M. Pacheco of Kuna-
wal lane, off Llllba street, was badly
burned lost night and will probably
not survive. She was taken to the
Chinese Hospital, whore she 1b being
treated by Dr. C. I). Cooper.
The. child was playing with her sIb
ter out In tho yard. Iloth of them
had matches. Tho girl was soon seen
hopping around and when she turned
about one side ot her clothes were.
In full blate. She tried to tear off
her clothing but was unsuccessful.
Her agonized cries attracted tho
neighbors and the roothor. They
rushed to her assistance and finally
extinguished the Are.
It was found that her side, from
the shoulder down to her feet, was
sovcrcly burnod. The mother, with
the assistance ot others, took the girl
to the Chinese, Hospital, where Dr.
Cooper Is' attending, her.
THE F0LLOWINO 8U0AII is ready
tor shlpmenron Kauai: K. P. 7300,
Mak. 8720, G. & It. 4385, K. S. M,
J00. V. K. 700, 'M. 8. Co. SOOO, K.
6. Co. 3800,
WHEN THE KINAU LEFT Maka-
well the Btcamcr W. Q. Hall was un
loading there. The lattor.wlll.xcturn
with a cargo ot sugar find Island
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE M5.
THE BEST "FITTER8" IN T0W,
DICS OF INANITION
City and 'County Fight
Will Be Taken To
The situation between the Mayor
nnd the Republican majority ot the
Hoard of Supervisors remains tho
same. Tho compromise proposition Is
dead, and thliro now remains nothing
to do but to bring the points ot dis
pute before the courts for final set
tlement. The last compromise proposal, the
particulars of which wcro given In
tho Hu lie' tin yesterday, emanat
ed, as n matter pi fact, from tho Ad
vertiser and W. 0. Smith, nnd not
from either ot tho actual parties In
the conteat. It was taken to tho
Mayor, without the Ilepubllcan ma
jority having had anything to dovlth
It, W. 0. Smith drawing a nebulous
outline, after which tho Mayor ex
pressed his willingness to consider
the matter, Tho Republican major
ity, however, turned the matter down
absolutely, and as n ennscquenco tho
scheme, which apparently could not
have been satisfactory to either par
ty interested, died a natural death
The whole question is now how
coon nnd in what form can tho dis
pute be brou-ght neforo the courts.
Apparently, It will have to await the
mntter ot the payment of the em
ployes ot tho City and County, more
especially those ot tho rontestcd de
partments, nnd this will not come up
before tho passage ot the appropria
tion act. licforo this can be finally
passed It has to bo advertised for flvo
days, which Is now being done, and
then, after It has passed second and
third reading In the Hoard meetings,
tho Mayor will have ten days In
which to decide whether he will veto
It or not. It may therefore tako con
slderuble tlmo before the matter can
be brought Into court, but, on the
other hand, the Mayor may make his
decision speedily, and In that case
the proposition will he greatly facil
itated. City and County Attorney Cathcart
stated this forenoon that W. 0.
Smith nnd A. L. Castle had conferred
with htm. They had handed him tho
resolution passed at the meeting ot
tho Men's League last evening,
and hnd asked him to tako steps
to bring tho questions before the
courts as soon as possible, Cathcart
stated that he was now looking Into
M matter. It might be posslblo
thn. tho caso could be brought before
the pnyment matter came to a head,
but ho did not think this probable.
The Hoard of Supervisors held a
meeting this forenoon, but, as there
was absolutely nonbusiness to attend
to, the .meeting adjourned Immediate
ly until Monday at' J p. m.
JUDGE WILFLEY TELLS
, (Continued from Pare 1)
his class-mate at Yalo, ami who rcp-
lcscnts him In tho suit which was In
stltuted against htm In tho local courtB
l.y I) rooks. Ho hnd an Interview with
Robertson In regard to this matter,
after which ho stated that ho hoped
that ho would not have to return to
Hawaii for tho trial ot this caso, al
thoughtthls might, ot courso, become
Tho Judge asVcd a D u 1 1 o 1 1 n rep
resentative what' news had been re
ceived as to the matter of his resigna
tion, and was told that' tho dispatches
received had gtveri tho Impression that
his resignation had not been entirely
on his own motive. It was In answer
to this that Judge Wllfley inndo tho
statement quoted above.
"In that case," he added. "I think
you ought to havo somo Important
cablegrams, which passed In regard
to this matter, which explain It fully."
Ho took the reporter hack to the
ship, where ho handed him tho follow.
Ing cablegrams. 'They speak for
thomsolves," he said:
'The .President, Washington.
"Undersigned representing American
flrma institutions -Shanghai deplore
resignation Wllfley especially this tlmo
prejudicial American prestige Interests
and strengthening forces opposed law
order attempted defamation signally
tailed rerent libel trial wo endorse
work (lone by Court respectfully ietl
tlon resignation bo not accepted. Sea
man, Dlshop Grave's,' Pott President
Saint Johns, Quackcnbush, George
Macy Company, DoGray China-Japan
Trading, Mcrrlam American Trading,
Cobbs Director Mustard Company,
Thomas Manager Drlllsh-Amorlcan To
bacco, Hunt, Fitch. Presbyterian Mis
sion, Tat u in Raptlst Mission, and
learn Methodist Mission."
8cnt November 18, 1008. .
Tho names apoparlng In tho abovo
are all those, of prominent American
residents of Shanghnl.
(Rccolvcd Shanghai, Docomber 12,
108, 2:50 p: m.)
"Eleventh. Communicate- tho follow.
Ing to Dlshop Graves.
"Tho President received tho tele-
gram of November 18th hoarlng your
own and many other weighty names,
wherein you deplored Wllfloy'g roslg
nation, petitioned agalust Its accept
Home Journal patterns for Janusry
at Whttnfey ft Matsh's.
Whitney & March nro showing sonic
hnndsomo sultlnjs In light weight
IlrttshcB for teeth or clothes In en 1
less variety at Benson,. Smith & Co.,
Ltd., nt lower prices than over.
Tho Territorial Messenger Service
Is a flxturo here. It has been tried out
by the most exacting people and prov
en reliable. Ring plione,3Hl.
Delicious candy Is made fresh every
day at ,tho Alexander Young Cafo.
Turkish Nougat, Cocoanut Loaf, Al
mond and Hatcl Nut Fudge. Special
lllom's record breaking nnlo Is now
on. No better values havo over been
offered to tho ladles of Honolulu. They
should not miss the opportunity to buy
cheaply and well.
Tho monster annual January clear
ance sale of ladlcB shirt waists will
begin at tho Sachs Dry Goods Co.Mon
day morning, January 11th. Every
thing will go nt almost half price.
Something different In a high grade
welt street shoo may bo seen nt the
Mclnerny Shoo Store. It Is mado of
Patent Colt stock, nnd expresses un
usual refinement In n street shoe.
Tho soda water made by the Consol
idated Soda Water Works Co., phono
71, is the best made and tho best flav
ored of any sold In this Territory. It
sparkles and snaps and Is mado Just
All business entrusted tit my care
will receive prompt and )llto atten
tion. I have a parlor where funeral
services can bo held or bodies kept
when desired. M. E. Sllvn undertaker
and cmbalmcr, 1120 Fort street. Phono
179. Night call 1014.
Dtom Is going to hold a "Factory
Price" sale, beginning Monday, of n
flno assortment of ladles' skirts, of
silk, sorgo and mixed goods, long
coats, Jackets, Aiilta and belts. This
I to bo n price-hronkliig salo and
ladles will bo neglecting their Inter
ests In failing to attend.
m i t
WIND DELAYS DOCKING
OF THE NjPPON MARU
Mud In tbo slip mauka of the llac't
fold wharf caused no end of trouhlo
Inst night when tho Toyo Klseu Knl-
sho. Nippon Maru docked. Though tho
Nippon rounded Kodo Head shortly af-
ter S o'clock, It wan not until 8:15 that
tho gang plank was flmlly run out and
the passengers nllowcd to land.
Even after tho Nippon had reached
her berth alongside the wharf, thcro
was conslderahlu delay In getting the
gangplank ready, and tho captain him
self descended Irom the bridge Anally
und superintended tha work.
once, and endorsed tho work of tho
"In view of tho conditions to be mot
It was natural that tho Initial stago of
tho Court's work should ho tho most
dlftlrult and should ho beset with
troublos. Somo weeks ago Judgo Wll
fley officially expressed tho opinion
that ho had dona his shnra and sug
gested a chango of personnel and his
own resignation. In accepting his res
ignation when later tendered assurance
was given of tho Government's appre
ciation ot tho excellent work accom
plished by Wllfley.
"I am happy to inform you of theso
circumstances and to assuro you that
tho Court will continue to havo tho full
support of tho Government and tho
forces of disorder will havo no renson
to rejolco as tho result of the appoint
ment of Judge Thayer, who will suc
ceed tho first Judgu In this important
If misapprehension exists, there Is
no objection to tho publication of this
(Received Shanghai by District At
torney A. RasscttL dated Washington,
"Not only does tho President not
wish to accept your resignation ten
dered by telegraph November 17, but
tho Department particularly desires
you to retain your post nnd to assist
tho nowly appointed Judgo In continu
ing tho good work of tho Court nnd
prerorvlng what has been accom
pllrfiod by Judgo Wllfley In tho un
usual and moat difficult stago of Its
Dec. 15, 1008.
To tho President, Washington, D.'c.
WIIBoy's resignation calnmlty Amer
ican prcstlgo cause rlxhtoousncsn
China. Crlmlnnl clnsBos rejoicing,
Nocossary stistnln Wllfley's iocy.
Secrctaties Y. M. C. A.
WE SAVE EYES
by remoTing the first slight eye trou-
bles that grow to bigger ones.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, January; 8.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 8:
8. S. Korea, henco Dec.- 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Arflvtd Jnn,
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco Dec.
Thursday, January 7,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan.
Rk, Annlo Johnson, from Hllo.
YOKOHAMA Sallod Jan. 7:
8. Chlyo Maru, for Ilonnluli
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, from Hllo nnd
wny ports, Jon. X I). 8. Osgood, Mr3
Ofgood, Miss M, Dunning, Miss It.
Davison, Miss A. Fnrstct Mrs. A. II.
Forster. Miss Cromwell, J.Othcn, Mrs
Olhen, Miss Tljnynr, M. Mill, Mrs. Hill
Misses Alexander (2), Mrs. C. II. Dick
ey, E, Mannnn, D. Damon, Mrs. Ileitis
Mrs. K. Harkcr, I E. Mallory, Mrs,
Mirtlory, J. F. Mailory, Mrs. Mnllory
W. K. Schultzo, Mrs, Schultzc, Miss 1
rtcnwlck, 11. flilpmnn, Jaklus, J
Gnurdj Miss M Qhlpman, Miss Jnklns
Miss E. Curtis, F. M. Swnnxy, Mrs
Swanty, Miss Svaniy and maid, J.
i.emon, Mrs. I-cmon, II. M. Ayrea, O
II. McKay, Freltus, W. Serlbncr, II.
Green, D. E. Mntrgcr, Geo. Cnrty, A.
Lindsay, J. G. Pratt, Jr.. I Warren,
C. W. Zleglcr, F Harrison, J, C. Green
Mrs. Green, Miss L. Gibbons, T. M
Church, J. K. Mvrcrs, Misses Molr (2).
Masters Molr (2j Miss M. Forrest, R,
Lucas, O. Wlllfong. C. E. King, K. Ko
Jlmn, Mrs. Kojlnm, T. Tsehull, Miss
M. Williams, Mr. Knwal, Misses Ltd
gate (2), W. Lldsate, It. E. Askow. 1).
F. Nicholson, W. Elliott, W. O. Walker
Mrs. Walker, W. . Irwin. J. Dalolilnu
Miss E. Cowan, Misses Tullock (2)
Miss A. Ilond, Mhs M. Hind. II. Hind
O. Hind, I!.' Mont!, F. Wlckondcr, Thou.
Nott, R. Hind. Rev. J. Wndnmn, S
Plser, Mrs. Wnlohlnu, Geo. C. Hockley.
Miss J. necklcy, Miss M. Campbell, R
W. Shingle, C. Stlllman, Jr.. Mlssc3
Austin 12), A. Austin, II. Hnwird, Geo,
Hlggcrby, P. Coyne, Sam Parker, Geo,
Davis, A. It. Arxiig, Miss P. Rtckard.
A. W. Cnrtln. Mrs, Ciirllu, 3 children
and servant, Miss Marshall, W. 8. Chll-
llngnorth, AdJ A. V. Winter, Miss I.
Kannakal. E. Amln, I). Wmlsnorth, II.
A. Wadswnrth. O. II. MiiyiT, F. P.
Rosccrans, MrH. Kosccrans, Miss Rose
crnns, A. Taylor, W. Ilnnhcn, K. II, Cor
ley, Miss S. E Taylor, Mlsa T.tylor.
Miss A. McLalu, Miss A, Aklui, .Mlsa
M. Tnylor, J. Mlchlnka, Mlsa Oktmuni.
Per S. 8. Manchuria, Saunders,
from tho Orient, 7:20 a. m., Jnn, !).
For Honolulu: Mio. A. .1. Curwlth
cn, Warren 11. Craw, Mrs. Wnrrcn
II. Craw, J. F. Elliott, Mre, J. F. El
liott, Master David Elliott, Y. Ildu,
A. Kendall, Mrs. A. Kendall, Miss E.
W. Lister, Dr. A. Mord, D. II. Osbnrn,
Mrs. D. II. Osborn, J. S. Scully, Mrs.
J. S. Scully, II. E. Walker. Fur San
Francisco: K, (5. Adams, Mra, E. G.
Adams, Miss Hun let M. Adams, M as
ter Edwin (1. Adnms, F. E. Ilaito,
Mrs. C. T. Hoyil, Miss Eliza lloyd. J.
D, Lowmnn, Mm. J. D. Lowmnn, Geo,
D. Morgnn, Mrs. Geo, D. Morgan,
Rev. W. E. Nlcoll, Mrs. W. E. Nlcoll,
Master Win. I). Nlcoll, Master Gcorgo
L. Nlcoll W. S. dishing, Mrs, J. C.
Dornln, Mrs, O. W. Fenwlck, J. F.
Fitzgerald. Mrs. J. F. Fltzgornlil. (5.
W. Harrington, Mrs. G. II. Harring
ton, H. S. Hornlgsberg, Miss Ella
Houston, Miss Lucy Kcnn, Mnstor
Paul A. Nlcoll, It. Nlshlo, W. H. Ilo
tensreln, J, K, Roosovelt, MIbs Hilda
A, Samson, Thco. Thurn, Miss Ireno
Wilcox, Judgo L. II. Wllfley, O. Y.
Woodward, Mra. Chan Shee.
Per 8. 8. Nippon Maru, from San
Frnnclsco, Jnn. 2. For Yokohama:
Miss Nclllo Hayes, llorl, R. Ho, C. Mc
Dermott, It, Mldsuno, J, J. Oyorn,
Thomson, John Thnvanct. For Naga
saki: MIbs J. Craig. Miss N. Fallln,
Captain John Fnwcott, C. A. Hayes
Freeman, MIbs Adolo C. Heel, J. H.
Holt, Mrs. J, H. Holt and Infant, MUs
Graco C. G. Hosklns, Mrs. T. H- Jen
nlngs, F. W. Klllen, E. Madsen, R. G.
McLcod, O. Otto. W. E. Rico, F. II.
Slmonds, G. T. Sproat, O. L. Vendor
ford, Miss Violet M. Wnkuman. For
Hong Kong: C. O, Hunter, Rear Ad
miral T. F. Jewoll U. 8. N., Mrp. T. F.
Jewell, A. II. Mallory. Miss M. E. Mai:
lory. W. K. Peasloy, John I). Ross,
Dnvld D. Seerle. From Honolulu:
Edward I Kraft, Mrs. E. Kraft.
Per Btmr. Klnau, Gregory, front
Knuai, Jan. 9. Miss M. De Hrctto
vlllo. Miss L. Weber, A. C. Wilcox,
F. Waterhouso, II. N. Tltcomb, F. O.
Wullncc, D. Ilaldwln, D. II. Murdock.
Wong Yuon Illng, C. W. 8pllz, Cupt.
Neilson, Capt. Hrndley.
PEARL HARBOR TRACTION
(Continued from Page 1)
Is treasurer of tho now concern, the.
two latter named holding one Hhnro of
stock each. The following are named
In the petition us holding one share
each In the company:" C. G. Ilnllen
tyno, W. II. Castle, F. W. Klcbahn,
and I). L. Wlthlncton.
Tlio proposed duration of tho now
company Is fifty years. Three-fourths
of tho capital stock has ulrcady been
Tho petition of this company for a
clinrter marks the actual local begin
nlng and significance ot the greatest
enterprise that has ever been con
templated In theso Islands the build
ing ot the Pearl Harbor docks.
' Friday, January 8.
T. K K. Nlmmr. Maru. Stevens, from
San Frnnclsco, S 15 p. m.
Saturday, January a.
Bimr. Mnuna Ken. Freeman, horn
Ifllo nnd way pons, 7:50 n. m-
Stmr. Klnau, uregory, irum ..
0 n. in. ,
P. M. 8. 8, Manchuria, aaunncra,
from Yokohntnn, S n. in.
f PA83ENQER3 ARRIVED I
!' .. .. ... ..... in..,...!..
Per It. at. a. mnKiira, inim ""
end Vancouver, Jan. 9. W. H. Anr
tin, Mrs, Austin, Mr. Anderson, Mls4
F. Htirkclt. Miss A. A. Hnrncii, J. -Ilenhnm,
Mrs. Renhnm, A. llrpwn. A.
K. linker. Mrs. Ilakcr. Major F. linker.
a itrmvn Mr. CrnRswell. Miss Cun
ningham, Mr. Dodson, Pr. E. 8. Duples-
sis, Mrs. Donovan nnd four cnunrun,
Mrs. Dllworth, W. A. Dodds, Miss Dorn
Ensom, Mrs. Flnlayson, Mlso Joan Fin-
layaon, G. B. Iforcst, Mrs. rorrei, anwi
Daisy Forrest, Miss Ethol Forrest, F.
R. 11. Eraser, 8. It. Graves. Mrs.
Graves, Fred Graham, Mrs. Graham,
It .1 nrnrnlinni. Airs. Grecnhan). 8. P.
lllllen, Mrr. Illllen, Max Huhlo, It.
Harris, Mrs. L. Ilnnley, Miss ii. lyicu,
II .lnlnn (V Krnnk.O T. It. Lluhl-
body, Robert Loughes, Mrs. Mitchell.
Miss Mitchell, n. Markiiam, w. Mor
ton, Mm. A, Mycr, Mrs. M, Maync,
Miss Dcsslo Mnckny, Alex. Mackayl,
Mr. Mason, Mrs. Mason, Master G.
Mason. Master W. Mason, Dr. Robert
Meflri-irnr. 1" Mel-nrm. J. A. McDon
ald, Mlsa O'Connor, Geo. D. Pyro, Mra.
Pyro, J. II, Itolililns, Mrs. ltoomns,
Fred Richardson, A. Rend, Mrs. 11.
Robertson, J. G. Schllcf, N, Kugden,
O. W. Scott, .'niter Toomey, Mr. Trn
lawnoy, Hi S. Tnnard, Mrs. Tnnnrd,
Master Thompson, L. T. Williams.
Mrs. Williams, Edward Wcslburno, C.
I,. Wilson, Jno. Wylllc.
Per P. M. S. 8. Manchuria, for Snn
Francisco, Jan. S, or 0. Q. J. Warren,
Mies Graco Power, Miss Ada Dwyer,
Miss Helen Lowell, Mrs. Armstrong,
Mrs. Alter, Mln Lottlo Alter, Mlsa
lleleno Raymond, Miss Flnrrnco Hits--liy.
Miss Pearl Eagell, McssrB. Fred
Meek. Job. Smiley. J. E- Webber, Ar
nil Campbell, Eng. Shakespeare, Mr.
Mnlllii, MIsh 1). P .Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. L. Louney, child und nurse, Col.
Spalding, Unfits P. Spalding,. Morgan
Adams, Miss E. Ilchr, Mrs. J. Scunt
mid maid, E, Kroger, W. J. Lent ntnl
wlfo, J. S. McCandless, Mr. nnd Mra.
Henry Holmes, Mrs. Duck, Wm. IVcso,
Miss Fiese, I.enn llonlgshergur, Mrs.
Idi G. W. Harrison, Mlsa Mabel Thay
er, W. S. Sliav, Mrs. Spwir, Mrs. Am;.
Dreler, Mra. K. T. Drcler nnd child,
Mrs. A. Clark, Geo. 11. Galo nnd wife,
W. D. Wohlforlh. Miss Anna Wohl
lorth, A. K. Tlem-tu nnd wlfo, Mra. L.
Tlcrnan, MUs O. E. Steele. F. .1. Los-
thcr mid wlfo, C. 1). Ellis und wife. If.
A. Pratt, wlfo nnd two children, E. L.
Ilcutcr and wlfo, J. C. Montgomery. E.
M. Landley and wlfo, Mrs. F. C. John
son, J, HodgltiH anil wlfo. Miss P. ().
Arleigh, Floyd II. Emmons, Tone;
Phong, Miss M. V, Floyd, MIsb M. D.
Dunning, Mien Davison, T. II. Johnson
i-nl wife. A, W. T. llottomley, II. A.
Rood, L. Van Lnak, F. P. Livingston
i ml wlfo.
Per II. M. 8. Mnkuin, for Sydney.
-f. H. Whltehouso nnd wlfo, E. J.
Whltehouse, Jlrs. Frances Day, W. E.
Dcsplace, 8. J. Whnwcll nnd wlfo,
Thos. Carson, F. C. Johnson, F. E.
King, W. Porter Allen, E. 8. Town
lend, John Huchanan, L. Peterson nnd
Per 8, 8. Nippon Maru. Jan. D. Ed
ward F Krnfl, Mr. E. Kraft.
Tha strong knnn wind, which has
been blowing all day, mado It Impos
sible for tho R. M. 8. Mnkurn to I ilio
on hoard tho customs' and quarantine
officials In tho stream this morning. In
consequence, tho doctor did nut lioinl
her until sho was tied up nt tho
Though duo yesterday, It was not
ulnll this morning that tho Mnkurn
mado her appearance. After leaving
Ilrltlsh Columliln n spell of had weath
er was encountered and, for two ilija,
the ship was In n blow which bold
ered on a hurricane. In spite or tho
Inclement weather, she behaved beau
tifully, however, nnd demonstrated her
nullities an u son Jiont,
Tho Mnkura Balled 'nt 2 o'clock thh
TEE STEAMEP. Mnuna Kea arrhed
this morning from Hllo la Maul ports,
(locking ut her berth fhortly .before. 8
o'clock. Among the passengers who
c.-inio on her nro well known capital
Irts nnd sportsmen. Tho Milium Koi
brought tho folciliig freight: j niiln,
'l bags coin, 2 dogs, 2 mules, I cm ten
I Igs, 23 crates chickens, !) ensos col
cry, 12 packages vogotab'cs, 2.1 higi
taro, 22 cases manges, 10 Ii-jks iiwii,
;2 bags banana plants, 12 cords wood,
JO empty kegs, 51 barrels empty bot
tles, 120 hides, 158 packages sundries.
'Bulletin Business Office Phono 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phona 18J.
Sea Wrens, $ lOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $176, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, ,
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