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Lelahl Chapter No. 2 neou1-lr
Pacific First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Installation
of Otfieert, 7.30 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvoiy Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. t' Hall Port Street.
E. It HENDRY. Sccrctury.
w:n f. vicunas, n. a.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 la IC. of P. Hall,
corner I'crt and Boretanla. Visiting
brothera cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEEIUNO, C.C..
JA3. W. WHITE, K.n.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. BIG, 11. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street otery Friday even
Ily order or tho B. It.:
HENRY C. HASTON,
WM. II. McINEIlNY, K. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clocK In K. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort and ltcrctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
W. h. FIIAZEB, C.C.,
E. A. JACOUSO.N, K.n.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of euch month at
7:30 o'clock lu IC. of I'. Hall, corner
Deret&nla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. I,. rilAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOItE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at KnlghU ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. ARLKiaiT, Sachem.
a. e. murphy, c. of n.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
137 Brretania St Phone 1401.
The Best Whiskey on the Market,
THOS. F. McXIGHE & CO.. AGENTS,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755
REDUCTION SALE from Saturday,
5th, 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 CHONG CO
, KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealer? in Furnituro Mattrcises.
Etc., Etc All kinds or KOA andi
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
. .-Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Ja Hoberts.
: Wonderful Motion Picturci bring
inn to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Parlcvous Francais: Turnine the
Tables; Don't Fail to See Nero and
the Burning of Rome; A Mistaken
Identity and By Pardon; A Disastrous
Oversight; The Miser's Punishment;
A Wife's Devotion.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
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 tie
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
ASSOC. ATEDGAR AG E,Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
When you gtt
us to make
"" f M. salts
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS; PAIN-
TERS,. TAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doom ana
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
P. H. BURNETTE.
Attorney-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Publioj Draws
mortpiKes, Deeds, nun ot tme,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
Jsy'Tor 8sle" cards at Bulletin.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
SJsF" 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.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono i. '
if vim aro looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll nnd them.
Take your carrlago nr automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg. Co., for
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
Have your typewriters ana machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic?'
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents,
On Installments of 3 per month you
can purchase a WMto Family Rotary
sowing machine. Ucnny & Co., Ltd.,
ngents, 1266 Fort St. Phono 488,
Oyster leaves at Royal Annex.
lllom Is going to begin ono ot his
lamnus oldtlmo embroidery union on
Monday. Postpono your buying until
ou rco tho goods nt this sale.
In tho caso of tho Marshall-Wells
Hardware Company vs. Jo. W. Pod
more, Judgo Lindsay this morning
over-ruled n demurrer to the com
plaint. On account of tho fact that tho In
dictment against Yamamoto contained
a minor error, the case ot the alleged
brlgcr was continued for ono week.
Y'nmnmoto Is accused of attempting to
brlbo a police officer.
Over twonty cases voro -t In the
Federal Court this morning for trial
on tho first day of the J'obruary term.
Among these wero all Iho sate aghlnst
Moses Kokl. Isol and Chlso :i!fo had
their cases net over foi tho flr-l day of
tho February term,
A Jury wob drawn In the c' nf
Wong Chang and soven others, chnigcd
with assaulting a Chinese nctoi thin
morning, but the caso went over until
2 o'clock tn glvo Deputy County Atlor
ncy Mllvcrton an opportunity to ac
quaint himself with tho altered facts
of tho case. It was nt first thought
that tho cobo would bo prosecuted by
Attornoy Pressor, who had b-ou spec
ially engaged, but ho was, occupied In
the Supremo Court this morning, and
waB unablo to go ahead with tho pros
ecution. A flguro who represented himself to
bo Walter J. Doylo turnoil up at tho
Falrvlow last Thursday, nnd although
his host beloved enemy would not
havo recognized It. tho statement
turned out to ho true. Ills tnlo nf woo
began wllh poUoncd fish, or fish which
poisoned, and ended with a disfigured
feco and a illsrcputnblo looking skin.
Ho Is gradually becoming normal
again, but usch awful languago between
scratches because Spitz, who cat ot
tho same fish, escaped the all-over
dosu of aggravated lives that la' Mb
lot. CJnrcltm Island.
FIRST GENERAL C00RT
A general courtnmrtlnl Is appointed
to meet at tho enmp on tho Wnlanao
reservation, Hawaii Territory, on Jan
uary 19th, Tho offlcers aro all ot tho
Fifth Cavalry and will try all persons
properly brought before tho court:
Captain John M. Jenkins, Captain
Henry O. Wllllnrd, Captain Wallaco D.
Scales, Captain Charles 8. Halght,
Lieutenants Dennis P. Quintan, Rob
ert M. Ilarton, Daniel D. Gregory, Jos
eph II. Barhartl, William F. Whcatloy,
Albert B. Dockery, Philip If. Sheridan,
Arthur W. HanBon, Homer M, Oronln
Ecr and George L. Morrison, Judgo ad
WILLIE DAILEY DIES OF TYPHOID
(Special to tho Ilulletln)
Walluku, Maul. Jan. 15. Willlo
Ilalley, aged 22 years nnd son of Win.
A. Ilalley, formorly BUgar hollor foi
tro Walluku Sugar Company, died nt
tho Malulanl Hospital last Tuesday of
tphold focr Mr. Bailey has been In
town and attending his son during his
UlnoBS, that would not respond to tho
boat of medical aid. Young Mr. Balloy
icau ueon empioyod for sovcral oarB
ut tho Walluku sugar mill nnd was
(onstdcrod a very Industrious boy of
steady habits, and his fellow employee
nt tho mill keenly felt his oarly de
Chang Tso Fan, tho Chlneso Consul.
nnitouncoH that thero will bu no recep
tion held nt thu Chinese Consulato nn
Thursday, tho Cblnoui Sow Year's
day. This la duo to the fact that the
Chlnoso Emplro Is still In mourning
for tho loss of Tholr Imperial MnJ
tstlcs, tho Emporor and Empress Dow
In China, tho Cblncho New Year In
observed on January 22nd Instead of
A Most Excellent Xsso'rtment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02, a KING ST. -PHONE K2S.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
DE fa GRANTS ? .;
MOTION TO STRIKI
Judgo Do Holt rendered n short
opinion In tho case of H. C. PctcrB v.
George E. Smithies this morning
granting tho motion of tho defeudAnt
lu tho suit to strike out parts of tho
complaint. Tho Court, In rcndcilng
tho written decision, stated that tho
plaintiff, alleged that there wero llirqo
causes of action, but tho manner fn
which, the thrco were Intermingled rcn
ilcrcd them 'unintelligible nnd In n
form' of pleading unknown to law The
Court stated that each causo of action
should bo scparntclv set forth In Iho
complaint. Tho suit Is for money
loaned on promissory notes.
Tho Federal Ornnd Jury brought In
n partial report this morning.-. Hurtling
six trim bills, nil against Japancso Im
plicated In tho Importation ot women
cases, and ono no bill
Truo bills were found against the
following, all being charged with lh
unlawful Importation of women KI
chltaro Nakamurn (2), Kntsu Unburn
Klklchl, But Klclil Sugl, Ichltnro I.iht
bavashl, and Mutn No bill was found
against Joe ItodrlKiics. who was nc
cuscd of having something to do with
tho alleged smuggling of liquor by the
"Punchbowl Demon "
FRIGHTFUL IS THE
(Continued from Pas 1)
ru. Ho was poor when attending the
collcgo and ho went to ca In the hopo
of getting money to pay for his
schooling. Ho was left on Hermes
Island, together with his friends.
Consul General I'vcno stated to
day that he would ascertain from tho
cable odlco the expenses which wero
Incurred In cnrlng for tho castaways.
As soon ns ho hnB received tho state
ment, ho will pay It off. The thrco
Japanese will bo sent back to Jnpun.
NEW - TO-DAY
Saturday, Jan. 23d
riRST APPEARANCE IN H0N0LU
LU OF THE
THE MACHINE THAT TALKS,
SINGS, AND ACTS.
Tickets on sale at Bcrgstrom Musio
Co. Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c.
lee let, lee ciiond, lee
luno, lei: chAn you, lei: ono,
and YAP SEE YOUNtf, co-partners
engaged In tmslnewf In the Territory
ot Hawaii, mnko and II lo In tho office
of thn Treasurer of said Territory,
the following statement:
1. Their nnmcB are nB hcrelnbo
foro given, and tho said Leo Let, Leo
Lung, Loo Chan You, Leo Ong and
Yap See Young all reside In Hono
lulu, Territory of Hawaii, and tho
said Leo Cluing resides In Pahnla,
Knti, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii.
2. The business In which they aro
engaged as co-pnrtncrH Is tho Dry
3. Their firm name Is "WAII
4. Their place of huBincHa and of
flco Is In Honolulu aforesaid.
LEE CIIONO, by his At-
ty. In fact Lee Let
LEE LUNO, by IiIh At
i ty. In fact Leo Lot
LEE CHAN YOU
LEE ONO, by his Attv
In fact Leo Let
YAP BEE YOUNO.
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu, hs:
On this Uitlnday ot January, A. D.
1909, personally appeared boforo mo
Leo Let, Lee Let attorney In fact for
Leo Chong, Lea Let attorney In fact
for Leo Lung, Lee Chan You, Leo Let
nttorney In fact for Loo Ong and Yap
See Young known to me to bo the
persons described In nnd who sever
rlly executed tho foregoing Instru
ment, who scvorally ncknowlodgod to
nlo that they executed tho same froe
ly and voluntarily and for tho usos
and purposes therein sot forth. And
the said Leo Let further acknowledge
cd that ho oxecuted tho bnmo as the
attornoy in (act for Lee Chong, Leo
Lung and Lee Ong nnd ns nnd for.huua business going on. After sie-
their free net and deed.
' -H..C. CARTER,
(SEAL) Notary Public,' First Judi
cial Circuit, Territory of
.. , 4211 Jnn. 18, 25.
AND , .
A great clearance unlo of vah
goods a now on at Whitney & Marsh
This Is tho tiny to go lo llaleiwn
though tho nttrnctlons thero nro gre.it
nt nil times.
Wnll. Nichols Co. havo Just received
halt a million post cards, one hundred
K. t'jeda, 1028 Nuuanu street, re
ceded per Alameda n shipment of lat
est sOlcs In Indies' hats.
Mrs. DlckcrBon h millinery mle 1b on
today. Goods arc going rapid!. See
them beforo It Ib too late.
A bunch of koya were lost between
tho Country Club nnd Punnhou. Find
er kindly return to this oITlco.
A largo stock of Princess gowns, nlso
n full Imolce of kid gloves' In all col-
ois, JiiBt received by Miss Woodard.
Mrs. E. M, Tnjlor tho florlflt, do
sires, nt once, n hrlhht, honest, rcll-i-blo
American hoy to help In tho store
und do delivery work.
Bcnutlfully hand-palntcd tally curds
for parties nt Oat & Mossmnn, 70 Mel
(limit street. A new nnd hniidsonio
lino of them. Stop In nnd sec them,
A wonderful reduction Is made in
tho price of embroideries, edgings and
Insertions nt Illnm's this week. It Is
the tlmn to be this class of trimmings.
Tho Christian Woman's Missionary
Society of Honolulu wilt meet Tuesday
afternoon. January 19, at 2:30 o'clock,
nt tho homo or Mrs. W. L. Hopper, 1S02
Thero Is it reason for burning wood
In jour stovo just ns thcio Is n reason
for burning oil In u lamp If you aro
living where thero Is no gas, but thero
Is no excuse for It here. Buy n gas
Monday, January 18th, will bo the
first dny of tho monster millinery
clearnnco salo nt tho N. 8. Sachs Dry
floods Co, Ltd. Dress hats mid sheet
hats at big reductions; trimmed felt
hntB nt 33 1-3 per cent discount.
Complete change todny at tho Of in
Theatro with tho exception of tho
James Boys' film which will continue
it few days. Tho new films from the
const' aro very interesting. The Oem
proprietors nlm lo make their theatro
the cleanest and best lu the city.
(Continued from Pare 1)
as hot, wordy dispute, tho complain
ant In tho present case, rnso to leave
tho room. More words wero ux
changed, however, nnd Aloy suddenly
grabbed tho aforesaid "cross between
a butcher knlfo nnd n clener," and
whacked his neighbor on tho arm
Hcnllrlng what ho had done nnd com
ing to his senses Immediately, Aloy
expressed his sorrow, but Iho other
would havo nono of II, and hiked to
tho pollro Rtntlon, placing a complaint
ngalnst Aloy, who was then arrested.
Later, however, Aloy's friend
thought It over, and dtclded that It
probably wns ns much his fault ns it
was tho other's, so ho n'.temptcd ti
hao tho caso dropped. The matter
had already been brought before tho
flrnnd Jury, und oven Hint gh tho com
plaining witness stated then that he
did not wish to prosecute, i, truo bill,
charging Aloy with assault wllh n
deadly weapon, wbb brought In.
Deputy Attornoy aennr.il Whitney
allowed tho ban to plead uullly to as
sault and battery und Ji'go Do Bolt
fined him J15.
KONA yiNA FREAK
Curiosities como Into every nows
papor offlco nnd not tho least among
them aro tho anonymous lottors. Tho
following Is ono of tho latest freaks,
which Is published merely ns nn In
teresting exhibit, tho names, of
course, being eliminated:
Holualoa Jan. 9th 1909,
Pleaso ndvcrtlso bb follows.
Two Ladles ot Honolulu Known to ho
-.. who c.imo to Komi for
health. Say ns follows; that the poo
plo whero they wero staying at, tried
to piny kahuna on them. They found
some salt wrnppod In n pleco of cloth
pined on the Insldo or tholr coat
slcave. They said that tho people of
tho houso had dopo It. They way
they talked seomed to own tho houso.
TIiuh Uiyo blamed everything on
theso Innocent people. As to which
they know nothing tjf such affairs.
They hunted high and low for kahu
nas. Thoy found somo but could not
explain tho matter, They left Konn
heartbroken on account of tho suit
affair. Thoy claim tho salt wnB to
dry tholr flesh and kill thorn. On tho
way to tho kahuna's houso tho peo
ple wero surprised to hear hor say
ing, that tho pcoplo of the houso had
dohc It. Everywhere thoy wont thoy
mado trouble They went to ono of
tholr friend's house and -when thoy
told them this story thoy wore sur
prised to hear thin. Thoy asked htih
tt. let thorn stay at his Iioubo, but ho
( did not agree to this for ho was afraid
that theie would bo some more ka-
ing Hint no one would consent (hem
In their houses, thoy returned to
wheio tho) woro staying. The Koua
people thought Hint these two town
people had mora civilization than
what they had, but It looks as though
f IN FOREIQN PORT8 ( ARRIVED
Friday, January 15.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 10.
S. S. China, 1 p. m., for Honolulu.
S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu
VICTOR! A Arrived Jnn. 14:
S. S.Aorangl, henco Jan. 7.
SAN FHANCIBCO Arrhctl Jan. IB:
S. S. Manchuria, henco Jnn. 9.
THE AUXILIARY schooner KInur-
enco Ward of tho Commercial Pacific
t'ablo Co. nrrlvcil lato Saturday after
noon from Midway Island, docking ut
tho foot of Fort street ut 4: 3D o'clock.
Cnptnlr. Pllti was greeted by his fam
ily and tho officials of tho local cable
omco, who havo been expecting his ro-
turn. Nino days ago tho Ward was
plmtit 200 miles from hero, exponent
lug a tastcot tho konn wind. The Jn
nneso who were rescued, wero brought
hero nnd sent over to the Immigration
Mutton to nwnlt further dcclopments,
before release. Among thu passengers
were Rupert Tinker, who returns from
two years' servlco nt Midway; C
Brandt, the noting engineer oir tho Is
land for ocr it vnr, nnd W. Roberts,
who went ns engineer of the schooner,
with n lcw of remaining on tho Island.
ACCORDINO to tho Japan Oazctlu,
the go eminent has decided to grant
nn nniiunl subsidy of Yen 500 0011 or
Yen OOD.OOll towardB tho T. IC. K. South
American lino for tho next fiscal jenr.
The amount of n.iUgntlon encourage
ment subsidy will be Increased by oer
cu 1,2l0.nu0 as compared wllh tho
present flscnl je.ir
THE BRITISH steamer Rtnnfoid
came Inltt iiort esterdny forenoon,
bringing 1000 Ions nf ronl for tho O. It.
& L. Co. from Newcastle. According
to Iho officers, no ships wero sighted
during tho trip. Tho officers reportod
THE STEAMER Helen arrived fiom
llllo this morning ut 7 o'clock. Shu
l.roughl ns her cnrgii 74 bend cattle.
4848 lines of sugar for C. Brewer tt
Co., I t-aso bolls, 1 lug -fertilizer, 1
box sundries, 3 drums gns., Gl bundles
Till: HTEAMSHIP Liirllnn of tho
Mnlson Navigation Company will Iciino
this afternoon nt 5 o'clock for llllo,
whero she will hud sug.ir, prepara
tory to her coming lo Kahuliil to ru
eelvo somo more sugar,
THE RTEAMEnH 'Klnau and Mlkn
haln will leave tomorrow iiflenimin.
hailing nt fi o'clock. Tho formor goes
to Knual, w hllo Iho hitter goes to Mo
loknl, Maul and l.anat.
THE LINER Pleladt'H of thn Amerl-cnn-Hnwallnu
lino deputed ostcrtlny
afternoon nt 5:20 o'clock. She went
to Elcelo, Knual, to receive Biigar for
her homo port.
THE STEAMSHIP Cliljo Mnru of
Iho Toyo Klsen Kalslin Hue, sailed )es.
tcrdny from tho Huckfuld wharf nt 9
o clock, with four passengers from this
THE M1KAHALA, which nrrled
jesteidny from Lnnnl, Maul und Molo
knl, brought 30 bend of rattle, 1,1 hogs,
47 crates chickens, 7 crates pigs.
THE 1WALANI returned from Ka
walhao yesterday bringing 25 bond of
cattle, from Iho Parker Ranch nnd 1271
bags of sugar,
THE OCEANIC htennicr Alnnutln
will leavo for San Francisco next Wed
nesday morning, sailing ut 10 o'clock
THE LIKELIKE, arriving from Ho
rinknn, brought 0015 bags of sugir for
tho local sugar agencies,
THE STEAMER Nllhiiu will lo.no
this nftcrnooii nt 5 o'clock, taking
freight for Kuiial.
THE MAUNA KEA will leao for
her usual ports of call tomorrow nt
X X X K X X X fir X X Jffl H K X K
thoy wore knhiiniis themselves. After
they wont buck to Honolulu nml lenv.
Ing Konn In disaster, thoy found out
that one of their own sisters had dmio
this, hoping them n good trip nnd
good luck. After they worn thinugii
with their Illness thoy wont back In
Honolulu and said that (ho Konn peo
ple were nothing but witches. I nm
sorry to sny that Konn Iiiib never hint
such disastrous pcoplo.
I urn jours truly
BULLETIN AD3 PAY -gg
By MrB. E M Tiij lor, florist, n bright
honest, rolhiblo American boy to
help In tho store nnd do delivery
Hunch of l;eja, between Country Club
nnd I'leas.iiitou, Kettirn to-Bullo-
Sunday, January 17
Btmr. Llkcllke, from Moloknl and
Maul ports, 7:55 n. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, from Haw-all, 7.1f
Br. S. 8. Romford, from Newcnstle,
9:30 n. in.
Stuir. Iwnlanl, from Knwnlhne, 1:55
8lmr. Mlknliitla, from Moloknl nml
Maul ports, 4 a. in.
Monday, January 18.
Stmr. Helene, Nelson, from lllto nnd
way porta, 7 a. in.
t DEPARTED I
Sunday, January 17.
T. K. K. 8. 8. Chl)ti Mnru, tlreeiic,
for San Francisco, 9 n. in.
A.-H. S. S. Pleiades, for Eleolc. 5:2D
I 8AILINQ TODAY
M. N. 8. 8. I.nrlliip, for IMIti, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oiiobs, for Kuiial
8ttnr. Mnunn Ken. Ficcinnn, fop
Hllii und way irts, 12 iiihiii.
Stmr. Klnnu, for Kauai porls, r, p. m.
Stmr. Mlkiihnla, for Moloknl nnd
Maul ports, 5 p. in.
O. 8. 8, Alamedn, Dow dell, for 8au
Frnnclsco, 10 a. m.
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, from Moloknl
nnd Maul ports, Jnn. 17. (1. W. Cur,
II. L. Aldrldgc, E. K. Diunucliello. II.
McCorrlston. Mrs. McCtirrlsltin, MIsh
McCtirrlston, Mrs. Knpollua, II. A.
Per stmr. Helelio Nelson, from llllo,
Jnn. 18. John A. Scott.
Per smr. Chljo Mnru. for San Fran
cisco, Jan. 17. J. 8 Scully nnd wlfo.
Miss Mabel Tlin.ver, L. S. Conness.
j PA8SENGERS BOOKED (
Per stmr. Maun.t Ken, for llllo nnd
way ports, Jan. 19, 12 noon P. Click
ett, .1. Oaiclu, II. V. M. Mist, II. A.
Pratt. Dr. E. I Rich mid wire, C W.
Baldwin, It. Hind. I). B. Murdoch, V.
L. Ti-niiey, Mr. Hoar and family. J l
Woods. C. Lyman, P W Bluett. A.
Mason, F. W. Carter I). Holmes. II. A.
Hall and wife, Mr ltodgers und wife,
Mrs. .1, .1. Corey, Mr. l.oeier. Dr. Ita
moiid, E, C Crossed mid wife, ', A.
I.leber, .1. ! C Unpens, Miss (Ireenu,
Miss Krupp, Miss L. Pool, (1. M. Lulh
er nml wife, Mrs. Eva Schollz. Miss
Ahrens, Mrs, II. T. Walker. II. 8. Leo
Mid wife. It. It. Elgin, O. It. Richard
son, J. F. Baker, W It. Hiildont'. 8,
CI runt Mooro nnd wife, J, C. l.vncli
nnd wife, K. Tsitchlyn, T. A. Dunning
ham, W. R, Hiildaiiu
Per stmr. Mlk.ih.ilu. for Moloknl,
Maul nnd Lntril ports. .I.tti. 19, 5 p. in.
Mrs. A. II. Judd, Itov. II P Judd.
Per Hltiir. Klnnu, for Kauii. Jim 19,
C p. in. Frank Thompson, .1 F. Hack
fcld. Ileo Fat.
WRECK OF AEON
(Continued from rate 1)
cargo, cupnhlo of being salved, on
board tho wreck of thn lmplcss ship
nnd the pliichiisers evidently tonlciii.
plato taking steps nt onto to Inivo It
removed. At any rate, they evidently
havo no Intention of allowing wreck
ers to carry nwny any of thn valu
ables und liio doubtless tiil.en sleju
to protect their Interests, Judging
-from tho tono of tho cablegram.
Thero havo been rumors from t lino
to tl mo of tho oignnbntloii of p.irtiiM
to plllagn Iho wreck. Thero has been
u rumor current for scumhI weeks of
an expedition being organized to go
to Christmas Island, mid It Is under
stood Unit n srhoouer lias been (bar
tered to carry the wreckers lo thu
r.renn of tho disaster.
The Aeon went ashore In such n
position Unit s.ilvngo was tuiposslhln
nnd the passengers escaped with dif
ficulty. A party which loft hoio In u
schooner somo moutliB ngo Is suppos
ed to hnvo lsltod tho wreck und ro
moved some of the valuables, though
thcio Is no authentic proof Unit such
was tho case.
Tho sugar quotation lu B.itiinluy'ii
issuo appearing as of Jnn, II, should
have rend Jau 10.
WE SAVE EYES
by removing; the first slight eye trou
bles that grow to bigger ones.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyclo
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, $
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