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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, JAN. 11, 1900.
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!7jyT " "Hawaiian Third Degree.
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"' , - ' , ' Honolulu Cpmmnndery Reg-
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'L Kfjfi " I'WIDAV
J' , . f"V SA1UHDAV
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O F. Hall, Tort Street.
i:. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
m;v f vickers, N. a.
All visiting mothers very cordially
0AHU L0D0E, No. .1, K. of P.
Meets every flrst and third Fri
day eteii'xg at 7:30 In IC. ot P. Hall,
corner lcrt and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEHRINO, CO..
JAB. W. WHITE, K.n.9.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, U. P. O.
E., will meet In tlfolr hall on King
necr Tort Street every Friday even
IJy order of the F. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. It. .
V7m. M'KINLEY L0DQE No.8, K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7-.30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Rcrctanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C..
E. A. 7ACOUSON, K.It.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
fcSBr . ii
' , ?.NESPAY -evenings of ach month nt
' 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W L FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
ilri't.i xvery first and third Thurs
la ' f each month at Knights ot
Pjthi.'f- Hall Visiting brothers cor
1. !!j Invited tn attend.
A D ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A E. MURPHY, C. of II.
t'Xt - LLEHT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
F It h n C II LAUNDRY
with their new PRENCH
57 Ee-retania St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIOHE & CO., A3ENTS.
101-105 ICING ST.
PHONE HO. P. 0. BOX 755.
in a brand new scven-seater. Call up
101 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUC110N' SALE from Saturday,
6tli, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Oflke: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P, 0. Box 014.
WING CHONG CO
' ' KTNG ST. NEAR BETHEL' ,
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FULiriTURE Made Tr
I UNCHES and DRI N K S
The most popular
place in, ton.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel Brr?near Fort.
' Jack Scully, Jack Roberts,
HE WT jffL A.i MjiLjiu. Mm'i.r a,Jvi4'4NW
I ' ' i
Wondtrful Motion Pictures .brink?
ing to view scenes from niany lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Robber Robbed; Mr. Inquisi
tive; Dollmaker's Daughter; Manhat
tan Cocktail; Australian Lizards;
Under the Old Apple Tree (by re
quest); Jn .Shanghai, China; The
Talc the Autumn Leaves Told.
The best assortment ever
shown in ,the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUlTEtERY
BODY: ,. ' t
Leave jour order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Street.
Our 1009 Model G'
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.!
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT cAr ' i
has fulfilled all promises. i
We are agents for
.... 1 1.
Our expert on maznetos. storatre
batteries and coils is here. ...('
A specialty is made of Repairing'
' . UiL
You save I
When you (tt
us to make
Our 25. sniti
f 30. up.
Gi.l. A. MARTIN,
Pprest Flavor Highest Quality'
Guaranteed Absi,lut,ely Pure. '
PHONE 270. .
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST NEARALAKEA
R. MIYATA & CO.',' "
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
MASON WORKERS. " , '
Second Hand Lumber ,' Doors api
Sashes Bought 'and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Phone 604. '
P. H. BURNETTE.
Attorney-at-Law for ,the District
Courts; Notary Publioj Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of! Sale,
Leases. Wills, etc.; Agent toXIrant
Marriage Licenses. , :
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. -- PIIONE 310.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial BoonijPhone 185.
jj" r. m. levy AtCft iuni.it 1
h KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL. I
I PHONE" 7f '
1 THE FAMILY GROCERS. .
LOCAL AND IENERAL
$W Don't itorerthe pane ftmlture
in, the barn; .twolits' iforth of B u 1.
Vt t i n-Want AdsV'wiU seU If for you.
an imh nwiiins'H'a 'oea
Taku your carrlaKe1 or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlaeo "Mnnfc. Co.. for
If you are looking for any of your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll nnd them,
Tho A. il. DIetz Jewelry Co. has
moved intd Its .hew quarters In th
Woman's Exclmiigo on Hotol street,
, Snend New Year's at Eoval Annex.
Have your typewriters and machines
rcflalred'at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant' streets. Tclo-
phono 16. '
Coat yoar Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You nlll be surprised at Its cooling
and prosorVatlvo properties California
Feed Co., hkoiUb.
Tho nnmial meetlnR of tho Associat
ed Charities will tako placo at 4
o'clock today In tho directors' room of
tho Rank ot Hawaii,
Members .of the Hawaiian Engineer-'
ing Association can pay their duos to
tho financial secretary nt Evening
Dulletln any day between 12 and 1.
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
188 Short runsSOo and 51.00 Bv
the hour 5,0OJiSpeclal "rates for
shopping and calling.
A pmato letter from Wallukti states
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"TAUIJl'I'JC LAi JU''.(1 111 A
iiYiurr iimvpi he nnvni AnnitT -
IV orTJATAV,. '
1II.J. .. ,.. 11 ll
ei,TheM;ishoVflrettler placo of amusi-
that' Attorney Crockett is being
mu.ua' ClKr WenV orj1lKo,K4
116 Ikaffet rlh'i'-'Tl.HT.lkSM'iA Krirhii
t'wlto- a'"wVykMA ,grelit'"eo ho'ftieW
J.V 7fi H-.t Ylt tr Ilt.l tll.ltfla.nh.4 Mi ..ldl 1
f'"rhft ( '"ftjUeVB fll!fd'f'ls-'an"AM4.
i)h neWfelrt 'wis 'demonstrated tl(o
nim in Diiinii ttppsr."'"" " i.nrtiK
ta r..,.-r.'ic ...r ".". ": -" ."v
uiiucibiuuiiut t iiu LHAr or iiim cii
uivu uu uunui liiaw save in inespn
WftVs0 lti11MaJriK'ir "I " '
Ttio paagnter rtrini'AmcrlCah'Itoy.
s Hlntf'Danibf'erU'wfl'l'bif thinll
SlfcWAl Vy Jttto"tfehitWTllrXlotia'
ChJpWN l""lliU," will Hi-r Mm 1 1
Tho Supreme Court haridfcd dbwn a
decision this morning upholding Dep
tity High Sheriff' Oeorgo Sett' In his
contention that certain bags' of 'sugar,
which ho levied' xm, belonged to Ah
Plug. Instead .of tho Klpahulu .Bugar,
company or Hackfcld &"Co. Tho syl
iabus of tho caso Is as'follows: I
Contracts extrinsic pvldonce;
Words In an agreement having an
ordinary meanlug'freo from ambiguity
and not technical cannot bo explained
uy extrinsic evidence.
Contracts construction: An greo.
ment whereby a plantation company
makes over ltd 'plantation to I to cul-
uvuie sugar cano nnu make sngar
thereon without charge for tlio uso of
l,t. and 'declaring that Its standing
crops are to bo tho property' of 'A? and
that the company will pay for" tho sug,
ar delivered f. o. b. vessel at conv
Jauy's wharf, $20 a ton for the season
of J907. 130 per 'ton for tfi'o season
of 1908 and 150-per ton for tlio stiasoh
of 1909. (here bolng no provision In
tne agreement for 'securing delivery
of lh esugar to tho' comnariv!' makes
th sugar stored In a wurelioilto '6h tho
plantation prior to delivery to tho com
pany subject to levy of executions on
Judgments by creditors of A, 'although
tindjr theagrehi'cnf (h'e c'onlpany" nd'
luuLcu uu uio i unus lor running 'tho
plaiAdtlon. i ,
fhe TerYltorlalJdrah'd Jury wa
sworn In tlils'mdrnlng by Judge Ds
Bolt, who react his chaYge-tto'lt. Hfo'r
rlsJ. HISscll , has' been selected as
foreman". 'Judge 'De('oltl defines tho
duties anda respons'lbyitles devolving
upon the Jurors,' though lie mnkes no
specific charge to them In relation to
cases .they ,nyiy take up.
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"" HOW IT HAPPENED.
"Did you ever .(lnd the .traditional
man under tho be'dT" queried tho
spinster, "' '
"Oply once." replied the " married
woman. "We tliought we heard burg
tars dqwnstairs, and a ,few seconds lat
er 'I found my" husband' herd."
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahan? Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PH0N1" US
THE BBS! "FJTTEBS" IN, foWN.
Was-'asKcd' to'sco "tHBt"Hir Uody 'of a
undyrWti'nV-'-TnbpoV oftnlgf cl
flohlll1hbld'(,Wefr January mceU
3g httiWi'ltnlir" nflcWrWn '"ht- (I
VcWct '"thVsWoa'Vo hV cdrillilenif
'if 'eibecla,ratiori' Uf Tnapenncncbr''
nAVwllTVo lirVifc'nteH lij MlWOreik
- SHOPPING NF.WS ,
-HAND . (f
t t zr, j . l i '. 1 1 . i.
A woman Is wnutcd to take charge
of a restaurant.
You can aid promotion work tn no
better way" than by leaving an order
with Island Fruit' Co. for a box bf
frut to be sent to the Coast. ,
''Oa & Mossmun, 76 Merchant
street, 'have nil tho finest business
stationery and office conveniences
ised In a modern business office. Call
and '16ok them over. PhoneUo'S?'
Honolulu ladles nre welcome ,to call
and1 seo ihe beautiful millinery model
lit Miss I'owcr's.Jloston.bulldlng, with
out feeling that they are under ahi'
Obligation to buy. ' "
"'Thol annual January 'bloV.tnco sale
of Indlca shirt waists begn this morn
ltig at rtachs' with n law crowd of
poppers to tako advantao of the low
fit ices. All waists ore in little lea?
ihi.n half price.
There will be a grand benefit next
Saturday night In ,tho Opera House
for tho "Italian Ilcllcf Fund. Tickets
are' oOc, II 00, and 11.50 at Ilerg
Stroin's. Ilescrvcd scats on salo Wed
nesdny nt 10 a. m.
Won't LerSargeons Fix
m i r'ni.1
Itefusnfi'lff'lt'? the surgeons oper
ate un him, declining to accept his
liUhaiii nnd'i!.i?r.l'and vet ndmlttinir
'Hls"tnalilllt"to')Vvo''rk owing to in-
jnry,"Aiitonl SlvltK; fireman on the
'ArneHKirf-Haallh freighter Alas
(K'neUfiii!il AlTiortB of trouble in
SnTf'plNgi'Com'ml'88loner Almy's of
flbBff'i'dhv. ' ' "'H
P,''8iVitz,h'fokd,h'la"collnrbone by fall-
fng Vhlle on tho Alaskan. He was
AH 'ashofe abbufUn duya ago and
ieilrltf the "Queer's Hospital fbr
VrentrnVrit. Tlie sl)'fgeons of the jra
Pfno''lIfoHilta'l"''8ei!vlce examined his
Tn)UVlis anJ"nnnWiinced that nn op
"cVnton'Wvoulil Wiic'cessary. Sivitz Is
t'lleged'td h'AVbfl!fu'scd positively to
ttiltiw HKy ddHo'fn'J operate. Inslst
hi'L"W&'t th'e'yvcoUtd not understand
Tils' liirrguage'.Mana-'tbnt ho wanted to
be sent( to Ban KrauclBCO, 'where the
surgeons would know more, about bis
Blvltz Is alleged to have been vcr,y
troublesome, bo, at his own request,
the surgeons discharged him, not con
sidering his case so Dressing but
th'at' he, could wait until reaching San
P.....I.JA ...ill.n..l .Imhh-1 l
Sivlti 4then returned 'to tho shp
and ntjuounce'd tliit he wanted to
continue oh to San Francisco. Cap
t.aln llonnett made arrangements to
secure for him n pass 'on the Pleiades
nnd 'then' took "hlm'bcfore tho Ship
plug Commissioner to arrange a set
tlement. Tlio papers were duly made out
nnd Captain Ilennett started to pay
the man' the money due him. Then
the trouble arose. Blvltz evidently,
thought' 'that ho should receive pay
for'tho time that he was In the hos
pital. Almy 'ioA him that' there "was
up' law wlilcir upheld, him in Ills coi,
tcntlon, but Tie uh'ook his head and
refilKerl In tnkti tbn mnnev. FltiAllv
the 'Commissioner gave Aennett' pa
pers releasing him1 from all responsi
bility, locked the' money in the safe,
and told Sivitz that" be could gel It
whenever ho got rca'dy to call for t.
. - "mw mm
Registrar Goneriil'-? lia'w'renco haj
made tho fall6wlhgreport"af vital sta'
' Mortality ""for month of Decqmbov,
1908f Males, 48; females, 34; total,
82. Annual death rat'o pir 1Q00 of
liopulatlon, 25.' Non-resident!, 3; deaths
Invfstlghled, i; pbst-niorten examina
tions,' 3; coroner's "Inquests, 1; still
births, 10; births reported. SO; mar
riages reported, 113. (
Th total number of deaths for the
moth of December, 1908, wqro 82, nn
Increase of C compared with the cort
responding month of 1907. ,
D. P. LAWRENCE,
n ' Registrar Qeneral.
Full Kpjlma, ,tiio woman distiller,
phyided' guilty to' ono charga ot dis
tilling In tho Federal Court 'this morn
ing) anil she will bo sentenced by
Juilgo llolo next 'Monday.
Tho Isol caso went over until next
Mqndny in tho Fedoral Court 'th'ls
Uttlo Wllllo "Say, paj wfiat Is tho
rtlffercnco between a villago and a ham
tet?" Pa "In a vlllago, my son, a shop Is
called a'storo and In a hamlet a Btoro'
Is culled 'an emporium."
niji yjvkii i1
1 'SAY ATCHERLEyS
Doctor Thinks Wayson
""Is After Secret
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Another exciting chapter was aririnl
to tho history of tho great Wnllnch
enrfc last Bundny morning at nhii'til 2
o'clock1,1 when Dr. Atcllerley. wh6 In
berlted llirf Vnlloch kecret, shot1 full
of 'holes tho houta 'occupied by Dr.
Wayson, whom Atelierley suipcrted of
having tried to stent :U l.ecret.
Illcyclo I'otrolninn Mnnloy Andtr-
FoiVlieard Boveral hIiikh fired, nnd afle,r
going to the Atcherloy hoiiso on Here-
tanla street, ho found I)r, Atrhcrlny
crouching outside tho house with ii
32-cnllbro, revolver. Dr. Wayson, who
was In tho hoitso with liis'fumllyrknew
nothing nbout the attempt made on
his life, if such it was, before the 'po
lice notified him thereof. He 'and
hlB wlfo had, however, frequently dur
Ing the past few days heard shootlni,
around tho house, and unco Mrx. Wny
son was lilt by n spent bullet, but
they alwajs contributed the Rhootlng
to tho now rifle gallery back of the
house, and paid no nttentloti to It.
Dr. Atcherloy had co.nn time ago
called on Wayson nnd upbraided him
with being his enemy. Some tlnn-
ago ho wentMo tho police station and
told Clerk Inukea that ho hud heard
voices from tho sewer which warned
htm ngnlnst Wayson.
Dr. Atcherloy wan taken to the po.
lice station, where Iiu Is now being
held for nn Investigation nH to IiIh h!iii
Uy, which Is being conducted by Dr,
Emerson, MrB. Atcherloy camo to tho
police station Mils morning, nnd w.is
much excited. She hnd received n
note from ht-r husband, nsklng for n
syrlngo nnd "some powder," whlcli sho
snld meant cocaine. Emerson had, she
snld, given Atelierley chloral, which
was Injurious tu him. He'r husband.
sho claimed was not a hnpltual user
or morphine. He users cncutiic.
Mrs. Atelierley wits greatly onnoxrd
to thii Bteps which wei'o being luken to
prove tho doctor Insnne, nnd usked At
torney I.lghtfont to anslt hor. I.litlit.
foot said tlmt ho would goo that, tit
least, her husband was not railroaded
Into tho Insane nsyliun. Under the
law Atelierley can nsk for a' Jury trial
and Sheriff Jnrrett hax nsked the City
nnd County Attorney for his ndvlco In
rcgnrd to what steps Vliould, bo taken.
Tho most sensational now dewloo.
niout Is, howoter, tho fuel that tho
Atcherlcys accuse Dr. Wayson of ho-
niK uiu aggressor. Mrs. Atelierley
said this moinfug thai Wnyson had
been nrowllui: nhout tlmli- imm...
Thursday, Friday ami Sutiirdny night.
nnu mat It was In tho attempt to
renio him off that tho shootlnir oe-
"Last Thursday night, she said, some
one-knocked nt their door at an early
nour oi mo morning. 81m answered
tmd called Dr. Atcherloy. who weiu
out to Invostlgato. He returned short
ly and told his wife that ho' could find
no one. Sho went outildtf ami both
she and the doctor saw Dr. Wayson
hiding behind a mango tree. WlicTi
iney apjiroacneil no ran off. Tho fol
lowing night n similar occurence took
pl(ire, sajH Mrs. Atelierley, and on
Saturday night Dr. Atelierley actually
fired a fhpt ut Wayson In his ovn yard
before ho j ursucd him to tho Wnyson
heme, where lie completed tho shoot
ing. Mrs. Atelierley named Dr. Camp an
one who, hnd beard the first shot fired
by Atcheiley, hut Dr. Cnniri stated to
day that bo was In tlio Orlll nt ihe
time tho shooting occunod. and hud
ns a conBcqiienco heard nothing. Dr,
Camp, whose oHIco'Ib In tho same yard
ns tlio Atelierley house, on Emma a
llttlo aboo Uerctanla street, slated
dm Dr. Atcheiley hud forUmo ilmo
past been under tho Illusion that Borne
cmn was trying lo steal his secret. He
took no stock In tii& story about" Way
son's midnight calls, ami. ns n matter
dr ract,o one efi..) has been found
" ' :
'- FRIENDLY CRITICISM.
"riont viii n.i.ii. n i.
. .i.iHA. nam mo nmaiour
pcinr. "ihiit T tt..i.T .LL
T " mwiiiu ntuju It BUCCOSH 111
tho bnrcdny cenc from 'Hu'meo and
en, repneu tho disinterested
friend, "with a llttlo nsslstanco from
the rtam c-imnnini. .,.. ...I..I..
' "" 'ttl IUUKU
o hit ns tho balcony," '
I PliCEMPER JINQLES '
OI Deceinhah cums along,
Iicah blrh rip en blow;
Ms'cn to his bllzznhd song
Dlimli, qloso de do'.
Wlntch's cummin' good 'en strong
WM els' Ico en snow,
Ooosobone sny et will h'o long
Dinah, close de do'.
WE SAVE EYES "
by remoTinB the first slight eye trou-
til,. il.n4 x 1 ,
-v ut grow 10 Digger nes.
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I IN FOREIGN PORTS l j DEPARTED f
Saturday, January 9.
HAN FIIANCISCO-Arrlvod Jan. 9.
S. !!. China, hencu Jnn( 2.
SAN FIIANCISCO-Snlled Jan. 9:
S. H. Alameda, for Honolulu, II u m
'S. S. Enterprise, for HMO.'
H. H. Siberia, for Honoliitu. 1:30 . m.
Bchr. Jns. Rolpli, for 'Honolulu.
KAHUI.UI Arrived Jan. :
Sp. Hnwnllun IsleB, from Han Fran
MAHUKONA Sailed Dec. 28:
H. C. Wright, for Coos ,llny.
MONEY FOR LEVEE.
United States Senator Flint Intro
diicod .bills In Congress un Decemb.r
i) appropriating 2G9.i'(HJ fur tho Ini
pro'voment of San Diego liailmr, nut
ielmbur8lng Coronudu to tho extent of
J122.00U for thd construction of n luveo
(loiiifthu ocean front.
,Tho Covcinnioiit dredg ClntKOp
sailed froln Philadelphia, P.1., on De
celnbcr 9, on a I7,(i00-uiilu joliruey to
POitlunil, Ore. Tin' drtdge Is Only
I83 ftet long. Tho pa-tsnge, burring
ncL-ldcnts, will bu Hindu In 125 d.iys.
The steel freight steamer I). M.
CleiiHon, coal-ludeu from Uiralne,
Ohio, to Duluth, Is Hiippo'-ud to hnvn
been wrecked In n gnle on'I.al.e Su
perior week befoio lail mid her crew
of twfiity-two drowned.
Tho following vpsrcIh woro enrolled
at the San Fr.inclnn Ci.stnm liuuxo on
December 10: Hlvnuicr ll'icpilain, J.
A. Reiner, master; li-iikeulluu Echo,
II. P. Pulingren, nristcr.
THE FOI.I.OWINtJ sugir Is repirt
ed on Hawaii awaiting Hhlpmoiit:
Olna. 000 bags; Waluke.1, IDiiOj Wai
linkii, 440; Pepeekeo, IHlli), Hakahlli
2S0o; Ooknla, HUM; Pa.iiiliaii. 1G7U;
Ilonoku.-t, 3700; Kiikulliaelo, 100U.
THE MIKAHAI.A brought tn 20S7
bngu sugar, 81 IniiidleB hides, 3G cnitos
i-hlckeiiH, 11 ciirils wood, 250 bond
chiep. 49 hi)g3, Ii cai.es dried flub, nil I
11 b.igu eocoauulH joJtonlay.
PURSER KAII'O leports tho follow
Im; sugar on Kauai: U P., 1107 lugi;
H. Jl 1200; K. P.. 33U0-; M. 8. Co,
11,110 j Mak., 8720; K. S. M., 29511; (.
A It., 0235; II. II., 700.
THE HEI.ENE arrived oslorday
moinlug f i om Paauhau with 70 be.nl
of cattle, a ml C2 cords blub wood.
Till: LIKEI.IKE brought tn noun
bngu A sugar nnd 2 boxes chickens.
THE'IWALANI waK at Hiin'oka-i nn
Saturday leading Bugar
CITY AND COUNTY
Tho Ilonrd of Supervisors will
meet thU afternoon nt 3 u'click, but
iiu excltoment Is expected. Neither
tlio Jteimhllrnlis nor thn Deniiu'riitH
appear tu hnvo anything to bring be
fore tho meeting, which will juob
ably Just meet and adjourn.
Tho situation with recur il lo llui
burning iiuestlonu i nixed In absolute
ly uncliungcd. County Attorney
C'ntheart Is btlll making nri Investi
gation to ascertain In which form
tlio questions tan be brought before
the courts for nn early decision, hut
has readied 'no conclusion on tills
point ns yet.
Muor Fern today received a letter
fiolll thn Alnnllr-nti rVmuiiIni- a.ti-vlf.
at Victoria, addressed to "Ills Wor
ship, tho Muorof Honolulu'" nnd iiiu
otner rrom tno Mnyor of Topekn.bnth
containing Now Year's greetings,
ANOTHER JAPANESE BANQUET
At C o'clock last Saturday after
noon, a banquet was given nt tho
Shintlu-tel club by Hyp officers of
tlio japaneso Rico Mill Company.
Among tho guests present wcio tho
Japanese Consul (JcnCriil, stuff of the
lOKonumn specie Hank, loprcscntn
tlvos of tho press, nnd somo of tho
clerks of tho postofflce nnd lllsho'i
President S. KoJIma of thn rom-
liany inado n brlyf speech, outlining
the work nnd (he product of tho loin
pany dm lug thn past jcar. Other
speeehes woio nlso inado by Consul
uenernl ujenu nnd tho representa
tives of tho press. .
Tho old broker toiiclm.i iiw, Mnm.
gcr boy on tho shoulder.
'Sav. sontiv." Iin inniiti.n.i' .n.i...
engage your mother three hours ngo to
rempr n message and return with the
"Relieve you did. boss." rnnnnnileil
tho messenger nonchalantly.
"Well, ho Bald ho would go llko tlio
wind nnd I haven't seen him slnco."
Aim ou won't see him. boss, ni.l
juii oor seo tho wind?"
'W BULLETIN AD8 PAY
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Buturday, .Inn. 9.
P. M. S. B. Miinchiirln, for San
Frnnclfico, 6 p.m.
Stmr. Nllhnii, for Kauai, 1:15 p.
Stmr. Maul, for Knunl', 4:20 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 10.
'Stmr. Ilelelie, fiom Panuhau, avnt.
Htmr. Mll.nhnlii, from Moolkul nml
Maul' ports, 5 n in.
Sthir. I.lkellkc, from Kulon, Kn
unl, u. m.
Stmr. Nneu.li, for Knunl polls, 5
Stmr. Iwulnnl, for Mnhiikonn nmt
Hawaii poitH, f p. m.
Per Stmr. Mllsabala, from Muloknl
nnd Mmil fKirts, Jan. 10. Edwnrtl
Dowsett, Su Hung. D'. Willie, .1.
AkuT Kehcno, B. O. Rhodes. W. 1)W,
A. II. llltihcock. W C. Hitchcock,
Mm. M. DavN, JIih. K. Ponlio. MIkm
A. Mct'orrhlnn, MlfcM A. Ilattlge, Mr.
Alilr.nn, V. O. (Vike. I. II. Wood,,
l.co Hon, Mrs. M. Medelroi, Mfi
Per stmr. I.ll.clll.e, from Koloa,
Kauai, Jan. 10.- Miss Ruth I.lmllcy,
Master Stanford Deverlll. S. Suo
iingn, W. A. Kinney.
Per Ltinr. lletene, from Pnniilinil.
.Inn. 10. .1. Cioxler, Mlsa Edith (Jlhli
Mnstor .ItimeH nnd I M ward (llbb, II.
Herg, It. Ciozlcr. !K
I WATERFRONT NOTES
' Pnitlaild, Oro., Dee. 21 --Fmiltctn
dayj from Hunoliilii to the I'olnniblit
river llghthhti Is a ieron' nude by tlui
Fi-mili bark Itiicliiinibeuii, Captain Al
bert .lean, nrrlvlng nt 'oitlnnd thU
j'loinlng Willi n part rnrsc of-general,
freight, which sho took mi at l.eltli
early In Juno. She ean.o from tho
Srottlbh port l:i linnolulii, wlu-io n
part of here shipment v.u discharged.
Wllllo bound fiom tho IhIiiiiiIh ho run
Inlo bad weather, which makes her
quick pnssngo nil tho more remark
iibJe. Sho rode out two galea which
ttrlpiied her of six sails shortly niter
shu left her Inst port of c ill bound for
Pnillniiil. Oilier Kails werj lost wl-en
Hit craft was off tho Oregon (oast.
Three days wero spent beating up nnd
down tho const beforo sho succeeded
In crossing Into tho river. Few wind
JnuimeiH have over comp'ctcd the tiip
from tho Hawaiian Inland In lets III. in
nho'iit 20 ilayH.
Tho Rochambcnit onlled Trom l.eltli
Juno 19, tho Hkl;)or chonlug the inuto
mound tho Cupo'of (loud H ipo InstPiid
of Capo Horn. During the first part of
tho voyage ho camo near e'dlldlng Willi
nn Iceberg which loomei' up In li k
path ono, dark night not mora than
000 feet distant. Fortunately Ihu bark
rucccedcil In steering cle.u- or tho
mammoth obstruction, which Is said
to havo been about nve U'uusi her slc.
Had Bho rammed It there would liavo
been a badly disabled veas.d. It Is ad
mitted, nnd the voyage wo'ild Btlll ho
fur from completed.
In 50 degrees south ninlher me .f tor
boig Woh sighted In tho distant, but
tho courso of the Itochnu lienu was ci
changed ns to Insuro thuiu In lug lm
danger or a mlxiip. No vaitlciilarly
Tough wcalher was rucnunteied dur-
Ing Ihlj part or tho trip, imt tho wind
was often un favorable, which had Urn
effect of proIoi'Rlng ir- trip Homuwh.it.
On her o-rlval tho bark dropped an
chor lu tho stream In tho lower haibor.
In !j day or two tho will go nlonwldo
li dock imd dlorhiirgo tlio freight,
which Is consigned to Ilalfour, (liilhrln
H. Co. It consists mostly of Iron and
liilckB. Tho eamo flnn hail tho essel
chnrteied lo transport u cargo of
wheat to Euioikj, but It will probib'y
M n couple of weeks befoio she Is iu
Bhnpo to begin loading fur tlio return
HEIRS ARE SOUGHT.
Tlio helm of Adolph Aiuleiseii, chief
ofllror of tho United Hlntca dredgj
Pt'lnwore, ul Philadelphia, Pa., nro be
ing t might by Fuinklln's. Edmondsfi
who has been appointed by Auditor "
Oeneral Young deputy' PHChoatnr or
Mr. Andcraeu'K estate, valued nt $l.'.0J.
Deceased wns n nalUu of Nmwny,
aged 39 jours.
OIL DARGE LOST.
The loss of tho nil Ijaigo, No. 10,
nnd tho seven mcmboiu of her crew,
was leportod ut Sholburno, N. B., on
Dee. 5, by tho tug John Hughes. Tlio
Hughes leportcd Hint while pioceed
Ing In low fiom Ronton for llullfiiv
tho b.-ugo foundeied off Seal Island on
CHANGES OF MASTERS.
Tho following chaugim or m.islnrti ,
weio leenrded ut tho San Francisco
custom house on December 9: Schoon
er Mclvlna, Umrltas O'. Rasmiisson.
vice CarloH Lorcntihi; sthooler yncht
Rnnionn, William Ilamnidii. vlco Doug
las While, reported frfoni San Diego.
Sea Wrens,' $100
18-foot Motor launch' With 4-CycIe
Motor, $175, Complete.
'IIE CHARIES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE W0BKS
King St. opposite South St, ,