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Leiahl Chiplcr He '.' Regul h
Pacific Flril Dcuree.
Honolulu Chapter Irstaltatlon
of C.cere, 7:30 p. m.
Hawll.in Third Dtcjree.
All visiting tnotnbcra of tlio
Order uro t-urdially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgea
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. ,
Meets eveir Monday evening nt j
7:30 In I. O. 0. I' Hall, Fort Street
K. It IIF.MHtY. Secretary.
DEN. F. VICKLIIS, N. 0. '
All visiting biotuer vciy conllally
0A1TU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meet every llrst and tlilrJ Fri
day evening ut i '10 In K. ot P. Hull,
corner Fort ami lleretanln. Visiting j
brothr cnnllully Invited to uttonil.
.. o. di:i:uinci, C.C.,
JAB. W. WHITE, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, II. !. U.
E., will meet In Itielr h-ill on King
near Foit Street overy Friday even
ing. ny order of tho K. It.:
HKNIIY C. UA8TON,
WM II. UcINnilNY, B. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mwta every 2nd and 4 111 Saturday
rvonlng nt 7 no n'cluck In IC. ot t'.
Hull, cor. rort mid lleretanln. Visit
lac brothers coidliilly Invited to at
tend. V. I,. FUAZEK. C.C..
K. A. JACOIISON, K.II.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
litem on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ceilings (it each month at
7:30 o'clock In K, of P Hall, corner
Dcreti.nla mid Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to at
W. I.. KKAZEE, W., I'rost.
H. T. MOOlti:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No.'l, I. 0. R. M.
Meets cverv n rr.t and third Thurs
days of em-h month ut Knights ot
Pythias II. ill. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. ft AIILKIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MIJUl'IIY, C. of It.
What J pot i these Islands can ex
cccil the great waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of seen
cry I City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Wannca Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Mnnap,cr of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. II. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apnly to
II. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Address. Kawaihae.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Ircnises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
home and furnituic. at a bargain.
A FINE LINE OF
Book Cases and Filing
Office Supply fo.,Uo
031 F0P.T ST.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Abstlutely Pure.
. . PHONE 270.
Avert i hrr I'trtcrjl in It hosit. 11
faihrr oftt-n u.!d ret ua; It ! uy lif
Rtca l i very rjUDtf
' home Aycr's
parent, then by tvo parents, and
.iov lv tho children. For colds
and ruug-hs, croup, bronchitis, la
Rrippo. intlammation in the throat
or in tlm bronchial tubes,
is tho (standard remedy the world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poUon. Accept no substitute.
Put up in large and small bottles.
frtcir.d t, tr. I C IjttUCt. InA tut., U. S. A.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bo:
of LchnhardYs Candy, Fresh
Corner King: and Fort Streets.
Hawaiian Postal Cards
HALF A MILLION
One Hundred Different Views of the
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Imported pure bred fowls, Brawn
Buff, White Leghorns, etc.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Oflke: Honolulu Painting Co,, 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 814.
WING CH0NG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc, All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
J. M. LEYY & CO., LTD.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEE.
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
Wing Wo Tai & Co-
941 NUUANU ST
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at my
time by telephone any one ot these
numbers: 290. 200, 1097.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
XI X - ..fl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't store the pa" furniture
in the barn; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 e 1 1 n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Tin good auto hacks Phono C.
P.S. Feb. 0, will be Tag Day P.S.
Thcic will be u tiicctliiK of the Hoard
of Health on Krlda afternoon at 3
If you nn looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find tliom.
A illsrnntlnunncu was filed yesterdny
liy idnliitilf in tho ejectment suit of II.
A Keen Pokelo Unit.
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
llaro your typewriters and machines
repaired nt Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort nnd Merchant streets. Telo-
i phono 16.
I Coal your Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will bo surprlaed nt Its cool I UK
and prctrrvatlvu properties California
Feed Co. h Rents. "
On Installments ot 13 per month you
i an purchase a White Family notary
tewing machine, llenny & Co.. Ltd.,
agents i:CC IVrt St. Phono 4S8.
Munuel Torres has filed n libel for
illvorce against Itosnllna Torres -tyn
grounds of cruelty. He aaks fur the
custody uf two minor chlldiell.
The proceeds of the entertainment
given nt the Opera Housn on January
1C, for tho benefit of tho Italian relief
Intnl. reached tho gratifying nipount of
The ill voi co cnu of Mercedes lm
vaiichollo vs. Hugene Duvnuchellu Is
up before Judge Itoblnsou today. Fall
ure to provniu Is Uio grounds, and a
Lard light Is being made by the libel
There Is a settlement of about twen
ty-flvo Spanish families nt Napoopou,
working nt coffco picking and plnea
plc culture for employers. They are
good laborers and It Is vxpected thy
will make, good homesteaders whon
they aro qualified to tako up land,
Tho final accounts of Fred W. Mac
farlanc as guardian of (leorglana Mnc
farlano Frlel were approved today b
Judge Koblnson. Ho charged himself
with $525.03 and asked to be nllowod
S15C.84, and filed an inventory show
ing the estate to be valued at (1C.490.
Wm. Alanson Uryan of Honolulu de
livered on December 27, an address on
A Visit to Kilauca." before the Amort-
can Association for tho Advancement
of Science. There was an niidleuco uf
2000. Mr. liryan aIo ioke to the An-
throiiology Section on Inventions of the
Miss Clark of Kohala, who Is on u
visit to llllo, has been the occasion of
koimi social Intercourse. Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Scott entertained In her honor
en Tuesday evening, at their residence,
"Wnlnakii I.a,ns," and Mr. nnd Mm
Win. Ualdwln entertained on Thursday
evening. llllo Tribune.
Oyster leaves at Royal Annex.
Phillip (lucrrero, a 13-year-old boy. Is
Iwlng lii'ld at the police station for In
vestigation. He In suspected of having
stolen two of the Uank of Hawaii's
miniature savings banks, belonging to
ii man named Danilen, -and to Iiuvj
binaMied them, getting about SS fiom
them. Most of this tie Is said to havo
The annual report of tho Hoys' In
dustrial School recommends that larger
dormitories be provided. The school
band has been Increased to eighteen
pieces. Tho matron of the Girls' Indus
trial School recommends that the
school bo moved from Its present loca
tion at Palama, which, alio says, (s
At tho Instigation of Secretary Chan
iocx ot itio Hoard or Health tho Attor
ney General Ih at present on tho trail
of physicians who havo failed to re
port to tho authorities on cases ol
Uphthqrla, of which there Is thought
to bo several In town at present. Und
er the law physicians must report such
cases In writing, mid a fine Is imposed
In case they fall to do so.
After the passengers had been ser
enaded by thoninwallan band this
morning, tho Oceanic steamer Aln
ninla, Captain DowdeJI, pulled out
from her whnrf nnd headed for San
The passengers were, ng usual, be
decked with lels. A large delegation
from the Portuguese community was
present to bid farewell to .those go
ing to tho mainland. Among, tlio
passengers booked tq leave were C,
8, Holfoway, K. J. Lord, Qcprge C.
Carty, and Mlbs C. W. Qoodale.
The Alameda's cargo consists of
10C8 bags of sugar, 0134 buncliCB of
bananaa, 800 l(ngs of rice, Oil bags
of coffee, 525 cases of canned pines,
1147 cases of fresh pines, 1230 hides,
230 bags of potatoes, and 1700 tons
of miscellaneous merchandise
Reported consolidation of London
Paris National and Anglo-Callfornlun
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co,,
62 S. KING ST. FH0NE 025.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWM,
HONOLULU, T It. WEDNESDAY,
Out at Base
Ily a score of fi-l tin baseball heroes
of Company (1, Twentieth Infantry, de
feated- tho Company II men nt Fort
Following Is the lineup of tho two
All K llll 811 O A E
McCall (Capt.) p.
i', II 11 1 2 0
i; II 1 0 2 II
,C l) 1 2 C 3
.r, o o o i 4
HIM, rf 2
IhKtdhue, lb &
l.enini, as 5
l.nfflte, Jbp o
Tutais 4f. 3 2 3 3C 24 C
Alt 11 lilt Hit O A
Oakley, c. ...
Uouiou, p. ...
Jtajusey, 2b. .
Santen, lb. . .
4ti 4 8 C 3C 23 4
1 2 3 4 f C 7 8 9
1 2 3 4 6 C 7 8 9
Two-base hits, Ituue, Oakley, San
ten, Dreeiie: liases on halls, off McCall
2, Uouiou 1; struck out, by l.aflle 0,
Uoloun 13; passed ball, Greene; sacri
fice hits, MarBh, Durrani, Gnnn; dou
bio plnys, McCall to I.emm to lludd
hue Time of game, 1 hour 50 min
utes. Umpires, Davis nnd Klrby. Scor
er, Sergeant Krauss.
is a n
Reillv IS Busy
The Orpheum Is pretty popular these
days, for Charlie Ilellly, "the Honolulu
Favorite," la doing his training stunts
there, llellljf I'korks out oviry after
noon at 2-30 o'clock, and fans nro tnk
lng occasion to look In and gel a Hi
on his work.
Ilellly Is showing up in Duo shape
and If he does not give u good show
When he enters tho ring with Smith,
It will surprise his friends greatly. Thu
lad has a healthy look In his eyes
which tells of clean living, and but
little training will bu necessary to get
him Into tho pink of trim.
HILO MASONS INSTALL
" llllo, Jan. 2. On' Saturday evening,
the annual Installation banquet In con
nection with Kllauen Lodge, No. 330,
F. and A M., was held In thu Hotel
Demosthenes. There wns a good at
tendance, and nfter Justice had been
done to the creaturo comforts, several
Jinurs were devoted to harmony. Thy
following W33 the toast list, Ilro K. N.
Holmes acting as toastmaster: "Tho
Piesldent of thu United States," Ilro.
F. A. Iticliiuond; "Kllauea Lodge." nro.
W. II. C. Campbell: "Masoiiry, Uro. J.
T Molr: "Tho Fourth Cardinal Virtue."
Ilro. C II. Parsons; "Our New Tem
ple," Ilro. W.- McKay, Jr.; "Fraternal
Ism," Ilro. 0. II, Vicars; "Sentiment,"
Ilro. J. M. Mulr; "Order of tho Lnstern
Star." Ilro. C. W. Hill.
The now ofTlcerg who wero lecenlly
Installed are as follows: William Hen
iy Colin Campbell, Worshipful Muster;
Charles Francis ('arson, Senior War
den: Donald Scott Dowman, Junior
Warden; Adam Lindsay, Tieasurcr,
Frnnk Arthur Medcalf, P, M Secre
tary; Charles William Hill, Chaplain;
Robert Todd MoBes, Marshal; Charles
Weatherbeo, Senior Deacon; Nathan
Crosby Wlllfong, Junior Deacon; Hen
ry Howard Ludloff, Senior Steward.
John Napier, Junior Steward; Willl-Uii
Siegfried Ilohm, Tyler: John Troup
Moir, p. m trustee, 1909; William Mc
Kay, Jr., P, , trustee, 1910; Klmer
Kllsworth Itlchards, V,. M., Trustee,
A RINGER FOR HYLAND
Little Ilock, ArkirJnn. 0. The
Hyland-Mqwatt .bout,, scheduled for
Jan. 14th, has been canceled by tho
Arkansas Athletic Club on account of
n controversy qs tq thu Identity of a
fighter who is In Now Orleans mj
who has been corresponding with lo
cal promoters under the name of
"Fighting" pick Hylund. The club
has been advised that the leul
"Fighting" Dick Ilylaild Is on the
Plans for auditorium lo be owned
by San Francisco considered by rep
resentatives of civic nnd commorclu
JAN 20, Iflflfl.
.AND I ,
A JaiK" front room nt 729 King stn-tt
Is for rent
Try Bonio of Mrs. Kenrns' preserves.
Ihey speak lor thcriwlvui.
A skillful Japanese cook ilit-lui' a
situation. Seo ml, this Issue
A small eottago suitable for u con pie
wltholit children Is for rent; liuiulie al
1120 Fiirt street.
K.HayaRhl. In tlio Wilght building.
King ji'treet, wishes to pilli'hase lecond
A Iiousu of ten rooms with nil mod
i-rn'convenlencea Ih for lent for J22.GO
per month. See nil, this Issue.
Aro you Interested In chickens? II.
O. Hall &. Ron haw- an ml In this Issue
that will Iki of Rome uso tu Jim.
Heglniilng Monday, January 2D, II
F. Killers & Co., will hnv n sale of
silks that wont he quailed In tho city
for some time to come.
If thu corns comu to your feet drive
them nwny by ono of tho various tern
tilled sold bj-- Ilenso'n, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., corner of Hotel and Fort streets.
Tho best kind of company nt dinner
Is a glass of l'rlmo Deer. It gives you
an appetite, aids tho ill;:estluu, nnd
quIelH restless nerves. Try a case ut
The Alexander Young Cafe has Just
received from tho Coast u shipment of
tho finest Imported candles. Amoug
I hem nro Silver Dragces anil French
The finest of chefs :s handicapped
unless ho has the best quality of Hour
to work with. Centennial's Ileal Flour
always "acts Juit right." Order at
May's, Phone 22.
If ypu lmvu no Vlrtor Tnlktug Mil
chine, you nro doing without u great
deal of fun and entertainment that you
might easily have at home. Seo the
Ileigstrom Music Co,
When j on want the best In the fancy
and staplo grocery lino, try Levy's.
Prompt, respectful service and quick,
careful delivery havo made Levy's Ihe
popular family grocery 1'Iioiip 7il.
Yee Chan & Co. have a full Hue uf
men's nnd boys' woolen sweaters,
which are very comfortab'c these cool
days mid night. This Kline will b
closed Thursday and Frld'iv on account
of Chinese New Year,
SHERIFF PUA MAKES
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 14. -Sheriff
l'ua lias been passing his evenings
during, the past ten days In studying
the personnel or the police, making
many uppuintmeiits, especially In the
nearby districts, nnd he will first
make some Inquiries further nwny
Irom llllo while he is en route to the
term of court at Wulohluu. 'Up to
dale ho bus Issued the following com
missions for the full two-yeur pe
ilod: South llllo K va n da Slla ami II.
IC. Martin, captains; lieutenants, J.
Kuinma and C. P. Kntiiu; hack and
humane olllcer, S. K. Kahaua; moun
ted, Nerod D. Camnra. C. II. A. Al
ouii, P. W. lokepa; police otuccrs, Akt
Apana, W. II. Kalhlnel, Sol, Annkti
leu, S. W. A. Kiilelhoa; Japanese, O.
Yotaro; sttalon police, II. Nnopu and
I). K. Hcwulicwu
North Illo J. W. Kekoa nnd Sol
Jluinaluia Lieutenant, Jno do Co
lli); ofllcers, W. N. Kuuwulllpaulu,
i:no!,n Alio, Mlka, Gen. Allkn.
North Kohala Captain, C. K.
Kiiuine; Lieutenant, H. K. Kauehal
lua; ofllcpr, Joe de Mellq.
South Kohala Captain, Thomas
Kaanaaiin: olllcer, John Clicjehoro.
Squfli Kona Olllcer, Samuel K.
Puna Captain, J. K. Pau.
Olaa--Captain, M. Coleman.
The 100-Inch glass cast In Goblaln,
France, for the Mount Wilson solar
obsci'vatory nt Pasadena, Cal was
found to have n Haw after the llrst
grinding began ut Pasadena. A new
casting will have to bu made.
BULLETIN ADS PAY -SJjg
House, 10 rooms. 1Q23 Kalnknun
Ave., "Walklkl", opposite ear turn.
Hot-water Stqye; Porcelain Hath
Tubs and llnsliiu; Hloctrlc Fixtures
and cottage Included; 122.50 per
mouth. Apply "JtOK," 1929 Knla
kaua Avenue, "Wajklkl."
4213 Jun. 20, 23, 25, 28
Feb, 1, 5, 9, 12, lfi.
A small cottage, two bediooms, suit
able for it couple without children.
Kent liindcrnle. Apply lo Mis.
Henry Smith, 1450 Fort St.
Large fiont loom, 729 King St.
Ily Japanese man, skillful cook. Ad
dress "F. F" P. O. Ilox 823, Ho
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wfrinctdnv. January 20.
SAN rilAM'lHCO- Arrived Jim 19
Ilk. St Kntlierltie, hence .Inn &
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Jan 2
8. 8. Pinna, hencu Dee. 1 1.
YOKOHAMA Bulled Jan. 20:
8. 8. Mongolia, (or Honolulu.
WATERFRONT NOTEB I
The Maul, which was sihniil(d to
hall at noon veslenlny, pit nwny at
6:2(1 o'clock. Tho delay was ciuteil
by the Into arrival of freight Sh
went to Paaiihau, Papalkoii nnd oilier
Till-: MIKAIIAI.A, going to M.-lik.ii
nnd Mnul Mirts, hailed iihorth utter 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon. She was
followed by the Iwalaiil, which billed
lt mlnules later.
Till: KINAtf gol nwny lain yi-fler-day
afternoon for Kitiml. Hho sailed
nl S:20 o'clock, with u i.mall list of
passengers nnd a good load uf cargo
TUB I.IKKI.IKK. which generilly
goes to Hawaii, left for her destination
at fi:r0 o'clock yeslerilny. She wns
well undei' water when she saled.
Till: I.UUI.INi:, of tlio Matson Nav
igation Company, which Is loading at
Kiihuliil, will le:ue for Sail Franclhco
tomorrow, January 21, nt t u'eh ck.
Till: VlltniNIAN will salt this after
noon for Mnul nnd Hawaii ports lo re
celvo her share of cargo there, before
heading for Sallim Crur..
Thu Noeau sailed for Analiola, Kauai
at Rllj o'clock yesterday. IleliH'S her
load of general cargo, sho carried ex
C. II. Dlrkuy was last night appoint
ed ehalimaii of the Lincoln Day cele
bration committee and steps wero tak
en to gel piepaiatlous for Hie celebra
tion under way. The 1111 cling wns held
at the Capitol.
There was considerable enthusiasm
manifested by those who took part in
tho deliberations, and those present
wero nearly till representative citizens.
All announced their willingness lo as
sist In nny wny.
Captain Corwln P. Hoes, U. 8. N..
commandant Of Die Naval Station) g.ivo
homo very valuable suggestions. Cap
tain Itees assured tho committee of IiIh
cooperation, ami o.picHsod his willing
uess to have the troops under his com
irandtnku part In the paiar-.
PRATT WILL SELL
Laud Commissioner Pratt litis decid
ed to le-opcn lor settlement the lo
maluder of Hie lots of the Knlwlkt
Third sec-lion at llakalaii, llllo, the
larger portion of this tract huvlng been
opened some )cura ago, A dozen lots
.'cmaln, ranging in aica from foil) to
fifty acres. They lucdiilo good cane
mid pineapple laud.
These lots will bo illspored nf, under
Ihe new agreement of sab), by which
tho settler gels tlllo after ten years,
alter performing certain conditions as
to residence, planting, elc. Tho lots
will ho advcitlsed within tlio next two
HILO SC0TS GATHER
llllo Jan. 12. ArrangementH me
now prelty well compleled for Iho an
Mini dinner of Jhe llllo Iliirns Club, In
celebration of tho niiuUersary of (he
birth of Scotia's national bard, which
fs to bu held on Saluidny evening, '.Mil
January, In the Hotel Do stheiies
Secretin y lindsay bus, III coiijimctlou
Willi Ihe other otllcers iniulo up n verv
enticing piogriuil of speeches, songs
lecltullous and bagpipe music, ami the
(allierlng gives pfomlsu of being ut
least us interesting and enthusiastic
as those of former 'cars. Tho toast
list Is as follows: 'Mr. Win. MoKuy.
Jr., acting us toastmaster:
I resident of the United Slutes
Tho King and Queen., Frank Medculf
Tho Immoitul .Memory of lluins ...
J. Mildoll Kelly
lo Land o' Cakes J. T. Molr
btntilsli Lllurntuio .... Harry Irwin
Tho Lasslei w. Klllot
Tho Town and Tindo of llllo
G. II. Vlcais
Tbo Piess O. It. Iluckland
Our Guests W. Jl. C. Campbell
in uiu i-iiuiKii oi mo evening, ripers
McGIIUviay ami Forbes will "up and
gl'o tlieni a bhtw" mi tho national In
Mruiiienl. whllo a selection of favoilto
mugs will bo rendered at Intervals by
Messis. G. Lllllcoe, .1. Ings, n )
uld, J., Cameron and J. Wyllle, Includ
ing the tlio, "Willie lliewed a Peck o'
Maui, ny .Mcbbib. Mlllcoo, Wylllo mid
lionulil. "Tiiiii o' Shautei" will bu in
cited by W. K. Utirnett.
Cisco, !) n. m.
Tuesday, January lit.
Stmr. Klnati, Tliompsoii, for Kami
ports. R:20 p. in.
Stmr. Mlkahahi, Tullelt, for Motokat
nnd Maul ports, r. : Id p. in.
Stmr. Noeau, for Analiola, etc., t:!!
Stmr. Maul, for Paaiihau, etc., 6:30
I . m.
Stmr. lwnlanl, for llnnall, "p-25 p. in.
Slmr l.lkellke, Naopala, for Hawaii,
r,.",o p. m.
Wednesday, Janunr- 20.
O. 8. 8. Alameda. Dow dell, for Sail
Francisco, 10 a. tn.
A -II. 8. S. Virginian, for Kahului,
Knanap.ill and llllo, o p, m.
Slmr. Ilelene. Nelson, for Hawaii,
M. N. 8 S. Illloiilan. .IoIiiikoii, fiom
San Francisco, p. in. ,
Stmr. Claiiillne, llenuett, fiom Malil
ports, a. in.
P. M. S. S. Asia, (lauktoger. fion'i
Yokohama, p. in.
P. M. S. H. China. Frlele, from San
Francisco, p. m.
Stmr. Manna I.oa, Slmerson, from
Komi nnd Kan ports, a. m.
Per lik Kllliet. Drew, fiom Salt
Francisco, Jan. 20. -I,. Klrkpalilck, (I.
4. : ...
I PASSENQERS DEPARTED I
Per I). H. Alameda. Tor Han Finu
clsco. Jan. 20. Mr. and Mrs. W C.
Herein and child, Dr. Van Orden. Mlsn
C. W. tloodale, W L Hcrlliner. Miss
McGregor, tl. H. Schnefer. I.. M. While
house. C. 8 llolloway. It. TlbblttK and
wire, H. .1 Lord, J. C Green nnd fam
ily. Geo. C. Curly. J J Overn. It. A.
Wilson. Mr. Saxe, C. McDeriuoll, Miss
K. Spencer. Miss M. H. Dunning, Mls
Per stmr. Mlknhula, for Molokal.
Maul nnd Lanal ports, Jan. 19, n p. in.
Mrs. A. 11. Judd. Hev. II. P. Jiuld.
Per slmr. Klnnii, for Kuiial, Jan. 19,
n p. in. Frank Thiimpsnii, J. F. Hack
feld, lleo Fat.
f Continued from Pan 1
he could regain his reel, tint lop of
Iho cage pinned him to tho Hour.
Iho wlru ami steel iiiof of the ele
vator was bent ami twisted whole llm
mangled remains blocked the descent
of tho car. Tho body stopped the ma
chinery. Tho nlnrm was given by KIiionIiIiIu. ii
Japanese emplojed as charboy In tlio
hotel. Ho had Just been rallied to
tho basement by Wollea, and was ex
pecting the elevator to return ror lilm.
When it did not ho invesllualed: In.
discovered that a tragodv had oc
Wallea was 23 years old and unniar
iled. Ho had been In the employ ot
tho Young Hotel for moiu than a ear
and wus considered vory reliable and
trustworthy. Ho undeistood the
handling of tho elovnlor thoronehlv.
nnd It Is iiupposed that the nccldent
wus duo to carelessness, Vaiised liv
long Iriiiiiuniry from disaster whllo tak
ing similar chances.
Tho remains wero Removed lo ,
morgue where thoy wem viewed by it
coroner's Jury. Tho Inquest will' bo
held this nvenlng nt 7 o'clock al Iho
The coinner'H Jury, Impniieled to con
tlder the case, Is composed of Wil
liam J. Siullher, K. '., Iluitinaii. Itnl.
ert Clark. J. W. Miller, John Wallace,
mid William Savago.
PERKINS WRITES '
(Continued from Paje 1)
for Hawaii and In his letter hn laid
special stress on tho unsocial Ion or
tho coastwise laws with thu general
piogrnm of protection Including tho
The cable fiom the Sail Fianclwo
Chamber of Commeieo waa thu flist
inmost that organization bus over
made of the local people, ami It has
lesponded to tho local requests for
nsslstance times without number.
Many members of the. Chamber of
Commoicii thercforu consider nny ad
verse attitude on tho part of this com
iimnlty with profound ilstrust. it
Jcnpaidlzcs tho friendship and coop
eiutlon of Urong Pncllle Coast In tin.
elites that havo hltheilo douo their
inmost to help this Territory and se
rum for It iimtlnued protection ror
fjy BULLETIN ADS PAY -jjq
Soa Wroas, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St, A