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EVENING BOLt.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., FRIDAY, JAN. IB, 1000.
Hawaiian Third Dcnxee.
Honolulu Commandery Refj
utar, S p. m.
All visiting members of the
Ordor nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvciy Monday evening r-t
7:30 lu 1. O. O. ' Hall, Tort Street.
E. It UI'XDRY, Sccrotary.
den. f. vickers, n. q.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU L0D0E, No. 1, & of P.
Meets cvfry first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner I'crt and Rerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DITCHING, C.C..
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.B.
UONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, 13. P. O.
E., will meet iu their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday oven
lug. By order of tho E. 11.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Wb. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Dcrctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZnE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOIJSON, K.U.S.
B0N0LULU AEBIE 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
Deretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
dlally Invited to attend.
A. II. ARLEIOH, 8achem,
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by thi
with their new FRENCH
157 BrretAnia St Phone 1491.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AOENIS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
REDUCTI0N5ALE from Saturday,
8th, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in T'rniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
LUNCHES nnd DRINKS'
The most popular
place in tovn.
The Fashion' Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort
Jaok Scully. . Jack Roberts.
. Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Black Princess: A Visit to the
Public Nunscry; A Useful Present foe,
a Child; A Spintualistio bcance; in
China: Don't Pull My Leg; The Leg.
end of a Ghost.
Orchestrcllc Selections: Lohengrin
Wedding March; Heidelberg Stein
Song; The Dying Poet.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
rfnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Our 1900 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
Wc are agents for tie famous
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
Storage Batteries. ,
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our 1 25. suits
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absclutcly Pure.
PHONE 270.ri ' tf
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
THE FAMDLY GROCERS.
TOURING CAR, $1185,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE ,C0., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR, ALAKEA.
R, MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN.
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
v MASON WORKERS. ,
Second'' Hand Lumber, Doors ani
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Phone 594. ,
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary' Publio; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale.
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to, Grant
79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. . . PHONE 310.
LOCiL AND GENERAL
W Don't store the nasse furniture
in the barn; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 e 1 1 n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
fen good nuto-hncka. Phono 6.
ChlckS hatched whllo yo'i wait nt
tho poultry show tonight.
Ocorgo P. Thlclcn Is In town. He
arrived today In the Siberia.
If you are looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find thorn,
Take ypur carriage or nutomobllo
to Hnnaltan Carriago Manrg. Co., for
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
Havo your typewriters and machines
repaired nt Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Morchant streets. Tele
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprlsod at Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
Fcpd Co.. agents.
On Installmonts of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12CG Fort St. Phono 488.
Mr nud Mrs. Alexander Young, fit
ter a long absence from tho Terri
tory, returned evidently much Im
pioved In hcnlth,
Mrs. W. O, 8mlth and Mrs. W. D.
Ilaldwln arc booked to leave fur Mnul
In tho Claudlne, which sails nt
o'clock this afternoon.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
Governor W F. Frear, who has
been In Washington, returned today
In the Siberia. He was met off the
harbor by Secretary Mott-Smlth.
Rov. A. C. McKeover begins a second
scries of talks nt tho Y. M. C. A. to
night nt 9 o'clock. Tho talk tonight Is
on "Habits." All men welcome.
All members of Ex-.lslnr Lodge. I.
O, O. F., and brothers of tho order vis
iting tho Islnnds, arc cirdlal'y Itnltod
to attend the meeting on Mondry even
ing, Jan. 18.
A meeting of tho Aloha Cooperative
Company (Hawaiian hill) will bo held
tonight at 7:30 o'clock In tho Kahlllau
Innl ball on Kukul street. All those In
terested In tho hul nro requested to
MAY ASK POLICE
TO ARREST ACTORS
It is rciiorted on good authority that
tho pollco will bo asked to bo present,
and if necessary, to Interfere; with tho
performance to bo given tonight In tho
Japanese theatro on Maunakcn street.
The performance, to be given undor
the auspices of tho High-wage Associa
tion, is called "Tho Hlgh-wago Show,"
and on account of this name, thu at
tendance, ItNls said, will bu unusually
Some of tho well known Japanese do
not approve of the manner In which
this hlgh-wago proposition Is being
handled. They bellovu In going slow
ly and diplomatically. Tho theatrical
performers, It Is said, will go through
somo Improper nets, In which event tho
1-ollce will bo nskeil to put a stop to It,
and If necessary, place them under nr
PEARL' HARBOR WORK
(Continued from Page 11
Congross fall to mako tho necessary
appropriation It will be possible to
do tho portion of tho work for which
thero Is money on tho same basis as
that agreed upou for tho entire
"We have been Instructed to com
mence work wlHiln the limits of a
300-foot channel. 1 do not bellcvo
that the channel will be ns narrow as
that, however, as various naval offi
cers, called into consultation, pppos
cd the Idea of n narrow channel
strongly. I hellcjvo that the channel
across tho bar will be at least 400
feet in width, It not wider.
"The contract obligates us to do
poslt 3,000,000 cubic yards of mate
rial, car measurement, at tho Army
reservation on tho east sldo of' the
cntranco to thu harbor. Wo nro also
to deliver 400,000 cubic yards at tho
"Just ns soon ns wo can got roady
wo expect lo locate a permanent
camp at Pearl Harbor, We havo not
mado any arrangements or skilled
labor, ns wo deslro to employ local
men ns fur an possible. As far ns pos
sible, we shall make all purchases of
local merchants, thnt tho money ap
propriated may bo spent here.
"Wo have arranged" to farm out n
part of the work to a San Francisco
dredging firm. This will not be dono
until Congress has made the full ap
Abraham Rosenstoln, an 18-year-old
Boston ncWBboy, has been award
ed a bcholarstilp at Harvard by tho
Boston Nowsboys' Protection Union.
Elgfit ''pcrsdns were injured, two
seriously, by an nllto that became un
manageable In IJroadway, New" fork.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Aliana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE (20,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Trenor Hopes For,
NEW YORK, JC. Y., Jan. II. Special Agent Trenor believes ho can
sccuro the legislation risked for by thj
tho present session of Congress.
m i nt
ST, PETERSBURG, Russia, Jan.
This Is llm second time Admiral
, . Probabl) this Is Iliml.
MESSINA, Sicily, Jan. 14. The IT. S. battleship Illinois has nrilM'd
hero, nnd the Culgon hns left for Naples.
"' i .
FLOODS IN CALIFORNIA '
SACRAMENTO, Calif,, Jan, 14.
out here and Eastern traffic stopped.
mi in i
TWO HUNDRED MEN ENTOMBED
VESZPRIM. Hungary, Jan.
tombed by n mine explosion.
SPERRY CALLS ON
ROME, Itnly. Jan. 1 '.---Today the
FI.USIH.Na, N. Y., Jan. 14. The
I'uro bred poultry; Imported whltogmtlon bill nt this sesalon, nnd, for
Brown and Ruff Leghorns, Black Ml
norcaB, etc. Club Stables. Tel. 109.
Bids for printing tho unnual report
of thu Hoard of Agriculture and For
estry, nrq advertised for In this Issui.
A bolt of muslin nnd two dozen
spools of thread wcro lost. Kinder
kindly return to this offlco and receive
Alplno Milk Is tho richest In flavor,
tho purest In quality. It makes every
thing tasto better. Ask for It at your
Ulom Is going to bcgjt ono of his
famous oldtlmo embroidery sales on
Monday. I'ostpono your buying until
)ou sea tho goods nt tills sale.
If It's ease and comfort you want,
and If you do lots of walking, try n
pair of our Russia tan calf double solo
llucher balsv Thcy'ro Just the llilnif.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Ltd.
Finest dry and seasoned ohla and
algarnlm stovo wood, cut In convenient
lengths, and best grades of coal ilcllv-
ercd promptly by tho Union-Pacific
Transfer Co., Ltd., 122 King St. I'hon-j
Hart, Schaffner & Mnrx show u
groater variety of patterns and fabilcs
than any two or threb clothes making
concerns in tho country, (let a Hurt
Pchaffncr & Marx suit whon you want
the best, Sllvn's Toggery, ngents.
Complete chango today nt thu Deni
Theatro with tho exception of tho
James Boys' film which will continue
u fow days. Tho l'W films from the
coast nro very Interesting, Tho ueiii
proprietors aim to mako tholr thentro
the cleanest nnd best In tho city.
Monday morning Mrs, C. U Dicker
son, tho leading milliner In tho Sachs'
block, will commence her annual mil
linery Htito nt sacriflo prices to make
room for now Kastcr goods already
ordered. Veilings nnd trimmings will
bo sold at surprisingly low prices.
Tho Mayor has approved thu resobi.
Hon passed by tho Board of Supervis
ors providing for a right ot way for u
military load nt Wolklkl, and has so
notified tho County Clerk, Thlsjs tho
first such approval mado by tiio Mayor.
The now T, K. K. Chlyo Maru will
reach liore tomorrow morning at about
8 o'clock. H. Hackfeld & Co., agents
for tho company, received a wireless
from Captain (Ireeno enrjy this mom
DULLETIN ADS PAY -"pjf,
Hawaiian Immigration Hoard ut
1 I. Admiral RoJestveniXy Is dead.
Rojcstvensky has been rcpoilcd 0
A railroad bridge lias been washed
Two hundred men have been en-
King gave an nudlcnco to Rear
Halns Jury Is out.
Shirts, in plaited
fronts, are cut from cloths
designed in the Cluctt
Studios expressly to meet
the requirements of the
shirts they are used in.
Woven to order and made
by carefully trained hands
they represent all that the
combined experience of
the best talent can suggest
61.50 and more
CLUETT, rr.ABODY & CO. Tro, N. Y.
Mtkiri of Arrow Colliw. .
HELD OVER SESSION
(lovcrnor Frear stated this morn
ing that conditions wcro not favor-
nliln frf tlin llllrmtllpllfl.i rt nn ttlll.il.
that reason, tho matter was let stand
for the present. It was thought bet
ter to get tho Immigration Commis
sion to romo down here this summer.
If possible, nnd thou a bill could
pinbably bo got through on tho
strength of their recommendation.
Mr. Trcnor's work has been mostly
among tho Italians, and tho Covcrn
oi stated that It was Impossible nt
this stage to say Just what will be
the success of his work. It will be
a slow process, but, with tho nld of
ICnu'Bt Fnblul, who has tonBlderablo
influcnro with tho Italian Oovcru
irent, It is htiped that good results
will follow. Falibrl has been favor
ably Impressed with whut. liu hns
heard of Hawaii mi far.
TO EXTEND RECLAMATION
(Continued from Paze 1)
nnd I both dictated stories on land
opportunities to bo found In Hawaii,
nud these will be published through
ono bureau of Mr. Ncwoll's depart
ment, In thlrty-llvo of tho leading pa
pers of tho States. In tho inter
views given out by Nowell and my
self wo emphasized tho fact thnt tho
American coming here should hnvu
sonifl money, this being done to pre
vent every Tim, Dick, nnd Harry
from sending piomlscuous letters.
These stories will bu sent out as n
general 'feeler' on land mutters, nud
how they are considered by tho aver
age well-to-do American farmer.
"Mr. Newell has been ccasolesa lu
liH work for Hawaii. Ho hns boom
ol I'm Ii'lands In every possible man
nor, nnd has accomplished n vas
nmottnt of practical good,"
Rcpicscntittlvo J. Hampton Moora
of Chicago will push nt this session
of Cpngicss the bill ho Introduced
last year for tho icgulntlou of laun
dries. Gcnrrnl 8. M. II. Young, retired,
huB resigned tho superlntondeiicy of
tho YellowKtiiuo National Park, nnd
will mako his lioruo In Nynshliigton.
WE SAVE EYES
bv removing- the first slight eye trou
blcs that stow to bigger ones.
;. ' . Ii OES
i IN FOREIGN PORTS . --
. i x x r i X
Trlday, January 15.
ICTOUlA Arrlwd Jan. II:
S. H Aorangl, henco .tan. 7.
MAN FRANCISCO ArrUcil Jan. 15:
H. S. Manchuria, lie nro Jan. !l.
Thursday, January 1-1.
.CNKKOA Arrhed Jan. 13:
S. S. Mathilda, In-new Jan. 2.
PORT iAMIiU2 Arrived Jan. 13:
Hchr. (JainMc., from llllo.
jJAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jim. U:
S. S. Illloulan, for Honolulu, t! n. m
VICTORIA Arrived, Jan. 14:
S. S. l)cn of Ruthvcu, henco Jan. 1
l'cr 8. 8, Siberia, fiom San Francis
co, Jan. 15. Fur Honolulu: Mrs. H
P. Aldrlch, Swlutim Aldrlch. Mrr
draco C. Baker, Master (leu. C. Bakoi
Judgo S. Ballon, W. H. Ilnnciiift, tU-o
A. Bntchclder. Mrs. (leu. A. Batchctd
cr, .Muster Klttrodgo B.ilclielder. Mrs
Daniel llrulun, Mrs. C. W. Buck. II. I.
Calvin, J. 11. CaU'u. C. Cobiirn, Mrs
(leo. T. Cook. F.dwnrd C. Crossott. Mis
Kdwanl C. Crnsjctt. (Jen. II. Denlson
J. T. UIIIo. W. F. Dllllnglnm, Mlsi Ho!
en I'niursuu, Mrs. II. II Fnnpiliarsiin
Oovorimr W. F. Fro.ir. .) P. Oudwln
II. A. Hull, Mrs. II. A. Hill. P. It. IIimu
eiiwny, Mrs. C. It. Hcinenway, II, K
Heiidrlck, II. S. I.ec, Mrs. II. 3. I.ee
Mrs. W. II. Leeds. Master Waller R
Leeds, W. A. I.lebcr Miss i::illi 11
Long, Alexander Llinlmy. Jr., C. M
I.ovstod, Mrs. C. M. LovMcd, Mrs. W
W. Low. John C. Llich Mr. John C
Lynch. W. C. Lyon, W. l'.irl'.ir l.jun
Mrs. W. Parker Lyon nil 1 mall, Mlsi
Mlldrcn Lyon, Muster W. lMrker I yon
A. MncKlllnp, Miss O MncKlllop, Mli
Annn .McCarlle, Mrs. A. .Maoklntorli
Mlim O. Mackintosh, J. II. Murcy, Oca
K. Mnu o, Mrs. (iro. K. Maute. Dal
Mnuli', Sidney Miller, Mrs. Sidney Mil
ler, Miss Dmothy MI'lo? Dr. S. (5
Iooro. Mia. 8. O. Moore, J. l Nov
laii.l. J. K. Parke, Win S. Parker
Mrs. Win. P. Parku T. II. 1'niu. V. M
Scatein, 1 Schweitzer, Mia. 1
Schweitzer, t'ltun It. Shiw, J. P. SW
son, Datld Sloan, Mrs. Davl 1 Sloan, W
(1. Sloan, dcncr.ll J. II. Super. IT. S. A.
C. 8-cr!lim Dudley I. Stunt. V. L
Tolinoy, deorgo P. Tlilelnn, Ali'Mindu
Vdiiur, Mrs. Alexander Young, iray
over llonoliilii; Mim. Roliert ll.irrl"
Mrs. Stephen II. I'lilIPp-. Fratik'lu W
McClellan, Mrs. Franklin W. McClel
Ian, Mips Annls Van Nuvs, Mrs. II. R
Van Tine. For Yokohama: 11. It. R.V.
or, Rollln T. Cliniuhurlnln, Thos. C
Rlinmberlalii, Mrs. Richard Hllcs, It
llo, 1'. Kluck, Rev. .1. W. McColluin It
Mldzuno, Miss It. L. Pasru, II. Sonuw
It. Wntunabe. For Shanghnl: D. I.
Anderson, Mrs. Arthur IHsselt, I). T
BInck, Miss C. H. Chittenden. Dr. S.un
uel Cochran. Mrs. Samuel Cocbrai
and Infant, .Miss Mnrgirct Cuclirun
Miss Lois Coebrnn, (1. C. F. Holl.ilid
Wiiycn 8. C. Shu, Miss PotnellH It
Snow, M. P. Wnlker. For Hongkong
Charles A. Bauer, Mrs. II. Ilnrolzlielm
cr, Mrs. M. A. Check and Infant. .Misr
Cntherlno Cheek, Master Adolpli
Cheek, Miss M. II. Chllds. Captain Hal
oid Davldmu. Dr. A. D. Foster. Mrs
I W. Frankel. -Mrs. I. W. Finnkcl, A
O. Olodt, Mrs. Mary J. Hosllng, J. F
Gross, Win. drccnbauni, Mrs. Win.
dreeubaiiiu, Mirs Kmniii llersblcr. Otto
H. Kuhl, Patrick J. Kearney, Jos. U
Luiuour, Ora i:. I.nutzcnlielser, James
llauilltun Lewis, Lou Chuck Wnu, V. J.
Mcl.uuglillu, 8. "wcjit, Rear Admlra
A. P. Nazni, U. S. N.. Mrs. Arthur P.
Nuzrii, Dr, Robert (Jlesen. Mrs. John
Relhlngei-, A. C. Sboiey, II. P Snyder
Mrs. II. P. Snyder, F. (1 To-ill. Mrs. F.
(I. Trull. .1. I'. Thonipi-on, Miss llallU
Westbrook, Miss Batllu Whitney, Yee
Chung Key, wife nud Infant, Master
Yeo Chin Yen, M.islor Yee Chin Wall
From Honolulu; James Arthur, J, D,
Ross, D. D. Seerlo, 8. A. Watson
J. W. Askern of Albiuiuerquo, N
J!., will claim n share of tho estato
of llaiou Christopher Springer ut
WUImlngton, Del., cstiniated ut ?S0,.
Secretary of Stale Clonics Swlslcr
of West Virginia announces that bus
iness hns Increased Id per cent. In
thnt Stato during the past two
.Miss w. .Marlon wiiun lias nccii ap
pointed by tho llostou Hoard ot
Health as bacteriologist and chemist
iu tho laboratory of tho health de
TENDERS FOIt PRINTING ANNUAL
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF AG
RICULTURE AND FORESTRY.
Sealed propouils will bu received
ut tho u'flco of tho lloitiil of Agrlcul
ttiro nnd Forestry, (ioei-nment Nur
sery, IClng Btreet, until 12 o'clock
noon, January 20th, 1909, for tho
printing of 3,000 copies of the An
nual Report of the lloaid of Com
missioners of Agriculture nnd Fores
try, for tho year ending December
31, 1908, lu accordunco with tho
specifications which may bo had on
C. S. IIOLI.OWAY,
President and Kxecutlva Officer,
Jloard nf Cominlssliihors of
Agriculture nnd Forestry.
Honolulu, T. II., Jnminry 1G, 1909.
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Lr.st (Hurler of tho moon Jan. 14. "
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I1.1HII11JU WiailUUIU vt.MW tf -
Ju uilnutes slower than Uieunwicu
ilino, being that of tho meridian of lo7
i. .!-,,..,. an uiliiiiies Tlo lliuo whistio
uluws ut 1:3V P- m Which Is tho saum
as Oreeiittlch, 0 hourr. 0 minutes. Sun
.mil moon are for IjcuI lliuo lor iu
tholo group. .
Filday. Jniiu.iry IB.'
8. 8. Siberia, Dixon, from Sail i rati-
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A. II. n. . I'leiaucs, iruiu dwiuu,
Friday, January 15
Stmr. M.iun.i l.oa, Slmcrsoii. furllCf?!
na and w:y ports. 12 luou. MRfj
8. 8. SI bei a. I) xon. for .lnp-in;ilM
Claudlne. Bennett for MnuR
1 ii. in.
Stmr. Claudlne, lleiiuelt. lor Mamj
an I Hawaii. C li. in.
PA8SENOER8 DEPARTED !-
' Per Stmr f Manna l-o:i. Slmersoii, tiiijX
Ki nu aim way pons, .inn iu. lira bwj
i Hiinae'e. John Knliaiinaoli'. Mrs. T'lYd
Mason. J. K. Rodger L. Fook Knuknn
Father dernrds Tsny Phiiv Mrs Glw
b"li, John Wyllle, O. S;. John Gilbert;;
F.. C. Bond. ,1 Merrleck. O I . .May-
dwell. Mrs. W. (1. Ogg. I' I'HiMi- II
T. Mills. F. II. MeS'ocker It.
Wayne. Mrs. P. P. Robinson. Mr. Ack
.P.,.,.,. M- ii Vtili-ti., It I. Iv!iw"w1 :
l' PASSENGERS JOOKED
... - -
Otnir. Claudlne. for Mnul nud fln-v'i
wall, B p. in. Mrs. W. D. Ilaldnlu.'
Mrs. W. O. Smith, Miss F. .Miitlur;
Mrs. Flgley, K. II. Parley. Mrs WS
Laiigliir. d. W. Carr J Dye d tjl
BiMiIfoid, i:. C. Wnlei'umse. A. Watj
erhouse, F. T. P Wnterlmiior'. I tl?
Wallace. F. P. Horerrniis .ma vlfe. rJ
W. Alls. J. P. I.lsvon f jit
Per 8. 8. Slbeiia. foi .lap m Ian. 13;
r. p. in. -Miss J lliriw t' .1 illur?J."
I). Riias. II. D. Reel If
f WATERFRONT NOTES (l
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS!!
Honolulu. T II Jim 1.1. 1903
Cociiauua Point I.U'bt-Stiitlun. HUl
nariior. Loeaieii un uie out wovcni-
incut wharf, at the foot of Walatiucniiq
Ktrei't. Illlo, nud about too feet rotilh
erly fiom Coeuanut Point weslorlyj
tide of llllo Bay cuslcily shuio of tho,
Island of lluwnli.
On or uboiit January 31 P.iii!), thl
light will be moled from It- p
l..n..(l. ..I .......1.11..!.. .., ..I I i. r...
lur hum hum I'm iiuiiniii;!, iiui.iii j ihw.i
uliove the gi'iiuiul and about 30 foectfl
aboMi mean high v. iter on a iipivaiTB
open linn timei palu'cil led n
c.iteil about Ml feet lo the unit
of the picsent Iiieallou of the Ught.j
Temporary location, Tho character!
Utle ot the light will remain u
fliiiuged. Tho old g.-iu'ritiucut vluflf!
ell wlitrh the lltflit la nnvv Inn-ilil r.-ltlj
bo icmuved iis soon rs the light liaTli
been moved to Its temporal v localloil!
By urile- of tbo I.lght-I louse Kll.urdJ
STANFORD II. MOSFS,
I leiit-Coiuinatidi r, U. S. N. Asshtint
to tho luspectiir, 12th L. 11 DUtilct.
Till: PLAltDINM will l'Me ,-t
o'clock tills iifteriiciui for Man. iiii.lj
Hawaii. Shu will take iiia.l fur MioJ
two Islands. Among iho p. i h'-iii;ci-il
who will leave In her will be Mis. W,
O, Smith and Mrs. W. M. ll.il twin.
THIS ST'SAMI'll M null !. Pup-
tain Slmcrsoii, loft today at 12 o'e ock
for Kirm ports, via Mnul. Her pn
songor llbt was rather l!lit.
Wc Iiavc n Special Tabic of
which we have reduced, the price of:
Books Suitable for Birthday Gifts;
Books For Boys and Girls; Books of
the Very Best Reading from Late
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St,
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