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EVENING nULLETlN,.HONOLTLU, T tl.. TUESDAY, JAN. 12, 1900.
mf mm &
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandcry Ren
ular, 5 p. m.
All visiting tucmberi of the
Order arc lordlally Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0, 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In 1. G. 0. I Hull Tort Street.
II. it lirxiu. Socrotnry.
iii:n r uckkrs, n. a.
All visiting biuthcis very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No 1, K. of P.
Meets cer flrst and third Fri
day evening it 7.30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner I i t and llorctanta. Visiting
brothers i"rdlnlly Invited to attaint.
a. . deering, c.c.
JA3. V, WHITE, K.n.B.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu IAdgo No. C1G, 11. P. O.
E.wlll meet lu tholr lull on King
Dear Tort Street ovory Friday oven
Inc. lly order of tho V R.:
HKNUY 0. EASTON,
VM. II. MclNCHNY, E. R.
Wm. MKINLEY I0DQE No.8, JCofP.
Sleets every 2nd and 4tli Saturday
evening nf 7:30 ocloclc In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Tort nnd Herotanla. Villi
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
w. i.. fra'ee, c.c,
K A. JACOHSON, 1C.11.9.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEU
NESpAY ovcplngs ot each month at
7:30o'clock in K. of P. 'Hall, corner
Qerctaiila and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to nt
tend. W. h. FRAZEE, W Prest.
II. T. SIOOIli:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
A. II. ARLEIOH, Sachem
A. i; MURI'HY, C. ot H.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
PRE N On EA U N D R Y
with their new FRENCH
257 Brrctania St. Phone 1401,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
. TII0S. F. McTIOHE & CO., AOEN1S
101-105 ICING ST.
PH0tE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in a. bianil new sevtn-scatcr. Call up
l 101-or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
DEDUCTION GALE front Saturday,
5th, -LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANTJ ST.
j! Wong Wong, ,
CONTRACTOR nnd BUILDER.
PLUMBINO and FAINTING.
OfPic: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
King St . P 0. Box 014.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Ttrniture Mattresses,
Etc..- Etc All kinds of K0A and
MISS'ON FURNITURE Made IV
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in to'yn.
The Fashion Saloon,
i Hotel St. near Fort.
. ''Jack Scully. Jack Robert!.
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine-
tog to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Robber Robbed: Mr. Inquisi
tic; Dollmakcr's Daughter; Manhat
tan Cocktail; Australian Lizards;
Under the Old Apple Tree (by re
quest); In Shanghai, China; The
Tale the Autumn Leaves Told.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Our 1000 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promists.
We arc agents for tie famous
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
You save I
When jou go
us to make
Our $25. suit
OhO. A. MARTIN,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Uuarantccd Abstlutcly Pure.
PHONE 270. ,.
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ABAKEA
R, MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doois ani
bashes bought and Spld.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTIOK
Phone 504. "
P. H. BURNETTE.1
Attorney.at-Law for the. District
Courts; Notary Public) Draw
Mortsracres. Deeds, Bills of Sal:
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent' to Grant
Marriage Licenses. '
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
i3- Don't store the passe furniture
in the bam ; two bits' worth of B u !
1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Ten good auto backs Phono S. ,
Tnko Jour enrrtago or automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrrlngo Mantg. Co, foi
i.thtodato lennlrn. .
j It you aro looking for any of pur
friends go to tho "To Jacks" and
) ou'll nnd them.
KrncKt Parker of Wnlmen, Hawaii.
camd down today. Ho arrltcit In the
ntcamer Mauna Ixa.
Spend 'New Year's at Royal Annex.
There will probably !e n meeting of
tie trustees of tho Chamber of Com
merce tombrrow afternoon.
Havo lour typewriters nnd machines
repaired nt Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.
I ort and Merchant Ptrcots. Tel&
Coat lour Iron roofs with "Arabic
ou will be surprised at Its cooling
and prcHorvatlvo properties California
i ppd to. hgents.
On ItiBtnllmentB of S3 ncr month you
can imicl.iiso a Whlto family Hotatj
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd
agents, 12CG Fort St. Phono 488.
Members ot the Hawaiian Engineer
Imb Association can pay their dues to
tho financial secretary at r.vonlnc
nullctln any day between 12 nnd 1
J P. Mcmlonca returned this morn
lug from Kona In tho Mauna I-oa.
Among tho liasccnccra whn nrrlvi'd
tnda) from Hawaii were Mr. and Mrs
V C Ramsey.
Ah N're, a Chinese, nns nrrcstcd last
night by Wairhmnn Tannka, anil Is
non being held at the police station
for lncstlgntlon. Ho Is suspected of
halng nttclhptcd to burglarize the Ka
mch.tmeha saloon In Aula lane.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
The Board of Supervisors will hold
it meeting this ccnlng nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tlio appropriation bill will prpbabl)
coino up for second reading. There
are no new development!! t, ti10 g(j,
ntlon between tho Mayor and tho Biia
crlRora. Thoru Is no prettier placo of amuse
ment In town than tho Gem Thoatre
en Hotel street Tho ladies enjoy II
hecatiso no smoking s 'allowed. The
.cry latest dims nrn shown nnd change
I nice a Wfck. A great race horse
film Is on this week.
Acting Oocruor Mott-Smlth this
morning npproed (ho putting up of
the lcaso for n tract of pasture and
mountain land In Kona, Hawaii, to the
extent of 2943 acres. Frank Green well
of tho flrceiiwell Ranch has placed an
upsot price of $3CQ on tho property,
and It will bo put up at auction nt that
tlguro to 1 bid on.
It was reported, to tho pollco this
morning that a whlto man. whoso name
Is not known nt present, was robbed of
M20 last night by two Porto Illcans
with whom he was ilrMng in a bnck.
Thb Chinese hackdrlver Mrttcit that
v.Iicn the mm found his money gone
and complained about It, tho two Por
to Kleins ejected 'him from the ve
hicle. MAUNA LUA SUCKS .
WAY THROUGH STORM
Rucking through scan that filled
Iho more timid passengcrH wlth
die.nl, tho Inter-Island steamer Mau
na Loa irachcd. port shortly after 6
o'clock this morning. Had weather
ns encountered all nlong the run,
and aes rnn mountuin hgh.
aii Aintu passengers were tllscharg.
"d nt Lahuinn, It not being consider
:rt safe to try any landing at other
ports on tho Island. Neither jolng
nor coming was It posulblo to and
llthcr passengen-, freight, or mall at
Kanalhal or Mahukona. '
At noeral ot tho Hawaii ports
mall was sent nshoro and taken on
tjonrd wherq It was rvit thought safe
lo try to lako or illschnrgo eRhor
freight or passengers ot u day of
Iccent wfnther was encountered on
tho entro trip.
ROYALTY INTERESTED IN ,
COMING YACHT RACES
HOSTON, Mass , Dec. 27. - With
setprnl International acht cnnlestB,
two loiiK-lllstaiice pqwer-oat affairs,
perhaps another ocean race to Her
niuda ilnd any number of minor
Mcnta. it Is likely that he Interest
in pleasure-boat sailing next summer
will center In Massachusetts bay,
while two of the German royalty,
Prince Henry of Prussia and Prince
KRel Frledrlch, son of Emperor Wil
liam, will l'ond official dignity to the
iport for the.flrst time In this counr
try Tho Sondor races, which proved
V successful three jcars ago nt Mar-
blehcad and two years ago 'at Klol,
wll have their third renewal next
Uimmer at Marblchead. Each coun
try hns now won nn event, and ,thls
venr tho Oormans will send another
team ot three yachts. Prince Henry
has cnt,ofeil n'tionrtor'thb trial races
lu (lerninny. , ,,. .
A Most Excellent Assortinent of
W. W. Ahana Go;,
S2 S. KINO ST. PHONE P25,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
Piiget Sound Has .
,r Lively Earthquake
SEATTLB, W'nsh, Jnij. II. There was n sharp earthquake shock
fejt throughout the Sound district tonight. In this city, nt Uclllngham.
Vahcomer, Victoria, and Tncomn, t!ie effects were crj noticeable In
some placoa the people rushed from tho buildings Into the streets, fearing
that the structures would collapse.
M Port Townsend the earthquake was severe enough to break tho
windows In man) buildings, shake down fragile roofs, nnd hurst the vn
tefmalns, flooding some of the houses.
The Alaska cable parted several hours before the shock, denoting thr
fact that seismic disturbances have been severe in tho north.
i lt i
Heney Back Again
i i m
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 11, Francis J. Honey was enthusias
tically greeted nt tho ferry today on his nrrlvnl bnck from Pittsburg.
Ho Is hero to bo present nt tho trial of Patrick Calhoun, for alleged
bribing of Supervisors, Vhlch begins tomorrow.
m i i si '
COLD WAVE IN WASHINGTON
IlKI.UNdllAM, Wash., Jon. 11 All logging nnd lumbering hns
stopped 'in tjjls section for the present on Account of the extreme cold
INDIANA'S NEW GOVERNOR
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind , Jan. 11. Oo-Zcrnor Marshall was Inaugurat
ed today, being the first Democrat to hold the position of Governor of
Indiana since 1892. j
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLURS
There nrc more wnys in which u collar enn
niinoy yoti tlutn you can remember. Hut you
can remember Arrow, anil avoid them all.
, li ccntt 3 for Ji cents.
CLUETT, PKADODV A CO , VtUn ot C1..II Shirty Troy, N.T.
" u . ii ' ''
Coll ut Woman's kxchango for our
mats ami, tanas.
Bio Strauch's ad on Vigo ?' for a do
Blrablo home tit, Puunul.
Pau kn il'ana Is the soap liat,hould
bo usoil wh'crovcr dirt coiigregatca.
Y6ur grocer tellp i. n ,
Tho meals scred at the Pam aro
tlcan arid Well 'cooked. Ladles who
shopbetiypcn ll and 2 wjll flml n
luncireon at the Palm very ngreeab'o.
If ou want in havo a picture framed
artistically, 'tako It to aurrcy's. If
ou wftnt tho Iniiit kodak goods, go to
aurre's. "T'oft street, JiuJt bolow
King. ', .
Wo'ie salil H before, and wo, say II
again you won't find a bctler flvo
cent smoke1 otf earth than the Ow flvo
conti cigar, v Try It, and seo. U. A.
Gonst ft Co,, Ltd.
It j on are particular dresser, and
llkd to bos particular, let s tako jour
measure for J a Donjamlp custom made
suit. Bco our fine liilo of samples. The
Kash Co.i Ltd , Kurt and Hotol.
An expert In wall paper will bo at
I,owcrn.& Cooko'H January IS to show
samples ami suggest color (schcinos,
Call or phono and arrangu a time to
seo him. 177 S. King struct, photic 77B.
Tito Edison, Phonograph, Invented
by tho foremost Inventor ot the ago. Is
thn fnramnfll nhntlnfrrnhh fif tttn nfn
Clear and pure In tone, full ami dis
tinct. Hear It ut tho Hawaiian Nows
.If you aro Interested In 'the manage
ment ot estates, ) on aro Invited to call
and Inspdct thoso of tho Hawaiian
Trust Co, 923 Fort street. You wju
find them tho most careful ami thor
ough yoii'hhvo seon.
, Hlom'H 'rocbrd prcakng salo Ib now
on, No better values hae over been
offered to tho laillea of Jlnnnliilu. They
should not miss tho opportunity to
buy cheaply and mwU.
(Continued from Pazel)
the worsq sfor having ponsumod much
liquor. Allison hid tho workmen un
dor observation and Anally decided
that tho nlRnv was so drunk he must
do uiscnargeii, no consoquontly nun
(ha workman holstod, outof the hold
and doposltcd on tho wharf, Hero
Allison's legal responsibility ended,
li was n,ot his business to see wheth
er tho man went home or turned In
to Bleep on the 'dpclc.
After a little, one of the men on
the wharf liappoued to remark that
lie thought the "drunk" had gone
o er board. Mr. Allison, without
stopping to make any further quory
than where tho natlvo probably went
ncr, dlvooj Into tho harbon He waj
undor water fpr what seemed Bovernl
minutes and came up unsuccessful,
Down he went ngnln. This time ho
followed a current that carried him
far underfthe wharf. The men nay
ho was under water for four minutes.
At nil events he had the drunken
and n!l-but-ilrovngil workman In his
grasp when he came to the surface.
Tho man had been inrrlcd under the
wharf In six feet of water and must
hno been bound nil hc)p iu n Very
Ono of the sailors on .tho Alaskan
happens to havo hnd n training with
n life-saving crew. Under his direc
tion, the work of bringing the native
back to consciousness was begun, nnd
when the patrol arrived tho mnn was
in pretty fnlr condition to go to tho
hospital for further repairs.
Tho men on the wharf and tho
ship bellovo that Allison deserves a
Carnegie medal If njiyono docs.
"ROUGHEST TRtP," SAYS
(Continued from, Pare 1)
left San Francisco hhrlmr until she
reached her berth at tho Amorlcan
Hawaiian' dork this morning. It W'us a
case of fight tho elements.
There wns not n day on which an)
thing rcscmf)llng decent weather was
experienced. Giant billows tossed tho
great ship about ll..e n chip on tho
ccenn, nnd there w-. not n man, offi
cer, pnsscngcr or crow, that was not
glad when tho nijage Anally reached
Cnrrylng n decklond of nearly BOO
horses belonging to tho Fifth Cavalry,
uiu with n hold cargo ot only 2000
tons, tho Virginian w.is not In a condi
tion to mako thn hst o'f tho heavy
weather. The ship Urow hut eighteen
icct of wnter and, in consequence
rolled nnd pltchod In a disagreeable
Ten thousand cases of kerosene,
from Now York by way ot Tchuantu
ice, formed tho largest IndMdiinl item
of tho Virginian's cargo. Thq Virgin-
Inn did not go to Ifugct Sound, her
Itlnorary this trip beink,8allna'Crub,
ban rrnnclbco and Honolulu.
(Continued from P?co A"
Desplto tho heavy weather encoun
tered by tho ship weather that
throw tho vessel onto hor beam ends
tlmo and pgnln but two horses were
lost en route.
One ot tho horses died from honrM
dlscaso. while tho other wns tho vie-
tlm of ncuto Indigestion. Tho latter
caso Is laid directly to tho rough
woathcr, but tho othdr horso might
havo died nnywhorp, under nny con
ditions, according to tho veterina
rian. "Tno remarkably, low mortality
WE SAVE EYES
iy removing the first "light eye trou
lies that grow to bigger ones.
Monday, January 11,
SAN FIUNCISCO-Sallcd Jan. 9!
.H. S. Alamcdn, for Honolulu, 11 n. m.
S. 8. Enterprise, for lillo.
8,8. Siberia, for Honolulu 1:30 p. m
Schr. Jns. Itolph, for
Uktno Coronado, for Honolulu.
SAN FItANClSCO Arrived Jan. 9:
8. 8. China, 2 n. in , henco Jan. 2.
SAN FItANClSCO Arrlxcd Jan. 10:
3. 8. Mlssourlan, from Sallnn Cru7
KAIIUMJI Arrluil -'an. 9:
8p. Hawaiian Isles, from Ban Fran
MAHUKONA Sailed Dec. 25:
Schr. II. C. Wright for Coos Hay.
VICTOltlA, 11. C, Dec. 27, The
local government authorities have
43,000 In their lunula and they are
looking for owners. The money wns
paid by the Russian officials on nc
rount of the Illegal seizure In thn
llerlng sea Be"crnl )pars ago of the
waling schooners Cnrmcllto and Vun
couvor Hollc. Tho Vancouver Hello
wns broken up at Vladivostok lu
.(The claim for dnmagci was estab
lished n'ftcr long-drawn-out litiga
tions, nnd the Russians pnld over the
$43,000, .whfeh Iho Canadian govern
ment Is now anxious to distribute.
The men of the crows will bo paid
first, nnd an effort. Is being mndo to
locate them, So far tho names of
only five have been obtained, nml ot
theso two arc dead. Tho shipping
office hnB no record of tho crews. The
shipping master Is still searching,
but It Is not likely that he will be
One of those who will benefit by
the pnjment on account of the Car
melite, will bo Captain Hughes, now
tho master pf tho Canadian Pacific
Railroad's steamer Princess lleatrlce.
who had charge of tho scaler whoii
she wns seized.
An attempt Is being mndo lo have
tho Dominion government reopen the
case of the two schooners Rosle 01
un and the Merln, both owned In
this city, nnd whlqh wero seized by
tho RiiBsians ut the same tlmo.
THE STEAMER Ho'cno, which went
to Knhulijt yesterday noon under spec
lal charter, carrlng Dr. Judd, returned
hcr,q at 7: 10 this morning. The officers
rcjiort a very rough passage.
THE .AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's freighter Virginian brought i ov-,
eralldns mall from tho Pacific Coast
ALL CRAFT arriving from tho south
report strong southeast wliuld ami
THE MAUNA LOA this morning
brought 29CG bagspt Jl. A. Co. Kiigur,
i 1 1 m
(Continued from Page 1)
tlmo past. This matter has beui sub
mltteil to tho Department or Public
Works, and Superintendent Campbell
has expressed himself ns agreeable, as
Young hns followed tho work all
thiough and Is capable of going nhoiid
with tho same Initiative ns that exer
cised by Whltchouso.
Ixird and WhltchousQ expect to
each Washington about February 10.
this giving them ample time to get in
thnpo for tho opening of tho bids,
which will tako placo on tho 13th.
They will return as soon as posslblo
after tho bids havo been opened.
185 editorial rooms 250 bus!
nets office. .These are the telephone
numners or trie Bulletin office.
it H X- it
among tho horses Is considered a
causo for congratulation by the on
cers. W tic u reports of tho Kona storm
first reached hero. Army officers be
came very much concerned about tho
t'lttii cavalry horses, not knowing
how many might come to grief did
tho Virginian encounter an thing
like a hurricane.
One of tho first men to board tho
Vlrglnhui was Captain Moor N Falls,
depot quartermaster. Captain Falls
sepmed very much relieved when In
formed, of tho condition ot tho live
stock on board.
(There was absolutely no sickness,
other than tracos of mnl-de-nier
among tiro horses on tholr way over,
and Votorlnary Surgeon Van Agnow,
Fifth Cavalry, In chnrgo of tho ani
mals, was ublo to give them a clean
bill nt health,
Tho horses came under the rharge
of Lieutenant Queckemc)er, Lieuten
ant James, and Voterlnurlan Vnn Ag
new. Lieutenant Qucckcmoer Is In
command. Fifty-four enlisted men
of tho Fifth Cavalry accompanied tho j
horses und looked after their wclfuro
Tho horses will bo unloaded nt
once and will go Into quarantine for
two weeks, After being released
from quaiantlne, they will hti taken
right out to Lellehua.
The officers and men who arrhed
wth the horses will not go out to Lel
lehua until Thursday.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, January 11.
Stmr. Iwalanl, for Mnhukonn nnd
Hawaii porta, S p, m.
Btmr. Noeau, for Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
Tuesday, January J2.
8tmr. Mauna Kca, Freeman, for
lllto and way ports, 12 in.
Btmr. Mlknhnla, for Molokal and
Mnul ports, S p. in. '
Stmr. Klnau. for Knual norts, 6 n. in.
U. 8. A. T. Thomas, from San Fran
.. i .;
DUE THURSDAY I
U. 8. N. T. Iluffalo, from San Frnn
Cisco. PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Mauna I.oa, Slmerson,
from Kona nnd Knu, Jan. 12. Alfred
Jones' nnd wlfo, Alfred Jones, Jr, W.
C Ramsey nnd wife, Mrs. W. O. Og,
R. Lister, Mrs. M. Horn, Miss N T.
Horn, E. Parker, J. Cummlngs, II. I
Kanpwcht, M. F Scott, F. Correa, O.
1 ,Maj dwell. R, Mullcr, Win. Paris, F.
Gomes, J, V. Mcmlonca, 45 on deck.
PA81ENOER8 DEPARTED I
J , f
Per stmr. Mauna Kca. for llllo nnd
wit) ports, Jan. 12. Miss J. II, Kuko
liiko, Miss Eu, Alpueua Kendall, W.
Ellot, Dr. Irwin. E. D. Green, Renter
Hind. J. S. Scully Jr. nml wlfo, Mrs. C.
.1 Robinson, R. Hind, II F. Wlchmnn,
Mis. E. Madden, Miss r. Madden, R.
I.nugher, J. Mclneckc, A, Mason nnd
wife, J. Djer, It. A. Wndsworth. M M.
Glsham, Gray, Mrs. W. O. Walkor,
Mrs. K. Raker, MIbs K. Pnnkcr, II. Y.
Young. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ridley. MIbs V.
Kopoza, W. Vrcdcnburg Jr.. Mrs. Stair.
Mrs. Walker, Mrs. J. M. Mnlr, C. J.
Goldman and wife, E. C. Itonil, R. I.
l.illie, C. J. Schocnlng. A. Hnnsbcrg,
Adam Lindsay, I). E. Metzger, D. II.
Osborne nnd wife, J. F. Elliot and wlfo,
F R. II Frnzor, II E. Kclsey, C. lira
nn, J. W Woodman, L. F. Turner, W.
Vnnnatta. Mrs. Kepoo, Mrs. Kcklpl,
Rov. J. Kuklpl.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai II ll.
Mariner, C. W. Spitz, J. W. l)ii'e, Mrs.
I HONOLULU WEATHER
Tuesday, Jan. 12,
Temperatures (! n. in , 70; 8 a. m ,
71; 10 n m, 72; noon, 71; morning
f nitrometer, 8 a. in., 29 90; absoluto
humidity, 8 n. m., S 073 grains er
cubic foot; relntho huinlillt), 8 n. m.,
9S per cent; dew point 8 n. m , 70.
Wind 0 n. in., velocity 15, direction
S; 8 a. m , velocity 14, direction S., 10
n. pi, velocity 10, direction 8. W.,
noon, velocity 10, direction 8.
Rainfall during 21 pours ended 8 u.
m., 1.73 Inches.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 303 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather llurcuu.
(Continued from Faze 1)
may rcfuso to hear argument on
grounds not.so specified.
If n demurrer by the defendant bo
overruled, tho defendant may answer
oi er, on or without terms at tho dis
cretion nt (ho (ourt. Lcavo to answor
ever In nny case to bo applied for
within live dn)s.
Special picas may ho filed together
with the plea ot general Issue.
Replications, when necessary or
piopcr, shall be filed within ten da)s
after sen lea of thq pleading to which
reply is made.
Rules of Court It is hereby or
dered that Rule 15 n( the Rules ot
this court, tinted January 3d, 190S,
be and the s.ime Is hereby amended
so as to read ns follows:
Rule 10. Initial Pleadings In
Clmmbcis Matters: How Addressed;
Service; Replications. All Initial
bills, petitions, motions or nnpllcn
tlons lu equity, probnto Of other pro
ceedings nt chambers, shall be nil
ilicsseil as follows: "To the Presiding
Judge nt Chnmbors," without naming
Un all suits lu equity tho time rot
answering shall bo ten da)s after ser
vice, If scrvlco Is made on tho Island
of Oahii, othoiwtso twonty das.
Replications, when necessary or
proper, shall bo Illcd within ten du)S
after fcorvlio of answor.
Dated Jim. 11, 1909.
Slg. J. T, I)E HOLT,
Slg. W. J. ROI1IN80N.
. Third Judgo.
PURSER FRIELD of the Mauna Lon
loport-f thnt, when the ship loft Hawaii
(hero had been no rain at Kona nor
Sea Wrims, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, ,