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nvnN'INO nilbLF.TIN, HONOLULU, T. It
THURSDAY, .TAN. 28. 1000.
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mm a raw
I III HSUAV
All t t InR nienitaors of tlio
On'iT me loull.illjr Invited to
mli j,j uifcttmen of local loilgpn
.AlUlON LOUPE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
MecM eveiy Monday evening it
J 31 lu I. O. O I' Hull. Port Street.
K it HF:nIK, Seuolury.
- I) U'KK. N G.
All vlsltlug brothers very cordially
GAITO LODOE.o 1. K. of P.
kwtr vrv flist nnd tlilril Frl-
d.i evening t 7:30 In K. ot 1'. Hall,
com it Kv,M an J lieretnnln. Vleltlug
biorhuM rordlnlly Invlteil to nttenrt.
r i: M r.KXT. '. '
It .i i-il.l St ".. K It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Inline No. CI 6. F- O.
K.wlll meet lu tlielr hull on King
m.ir Kort Street cvcrjr Friday even
ing H ur'lor of toe If. R.:
IlK.NItY C. i: ASTON.
AN, -I M IN WINY, n. H.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
11m Is every 2 ml nml 4th Saturday
evening .it T :h dock in K. of I'.
Hall. cor. Kort nnil lleretanln. Visit
lug urolheti cordially Invited to at
tend. r m M.(iiti:v, t" c
i: A .1 U'OUHKN. K. H. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WF.U-N-SUAY
evening of each month at
7. o'clock la K. of 1. Hall, corner
Deretr.nla und Tort streets.
Visum,; r.jgimi iiro Invited to rt
tend W. I,. rilZEB, W., Preit.
II. T. MOORE. Hecy.
HAWAIIAN TRICE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
fleets every first nnd third Thurs
div of each month at Knights-of
fythlns Hull Visiting lu others cor
dially Invited to attend.
A n ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. i:. MURPHY, C. of II.
tJl WI'I I ' ' ' W , "
The best assortment ever
ihown in tlit city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yoi.r order for n bos
of Lchnhnrdt's Cttndy, Fresh
Corner King niul Fort Streets.
Punct Flavor Highest Quality
(JuanintecJ. Absolutely Pure.
CONTBACTOlt and BUILDER.
PLUMBING nr.d PAINTING.
Olllie: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
assee..::ent no. o
In the llirlun Mutual lleuevolont
Am'h ' Minn dun Dec 1 ".. , 1 '.MIS, d,i
llli(iielit J.tn l.'i, liill'J. All usscsu
nn'iits .no pujable at the Secretary's
blllee. Kaplolunl llullding. King and
Illjlik bonks of all soils. ledgeiH
etc. in iniUn'luiil by tho Ilulletln
VWihmv . MiiimIih xrninl feintiniil
.it. in ii mi i Xlonduv
Sin Hid hand galvanized Iron Is
, mil' I . ' ad this I ihiii'
V rii. in hay Just received n swell
:i sortinom of pajamas .from Now
Send your friends In tho Stales u
ri.ito ut' iIiom. delicious ilneaplL'K
I'nndleil by the Island l-'ruit Co.
Hosiers Hale begins nt Hlnin's Mini
day morning. Watch (lie ndvettlse
iiii'iitM In Saturday nnd Sunday iari
Cluing t'liaii has oiened an olllci at
the roiuci of Smith nml Holil streets,
v hi'ii' bo ulll lie Kind to see all Of his
Munis Interpreting u specialty.
Tboo. II ll.lWt'H & Co, Ltd.. cail
in .1 tc lines of nil the Hues! grades
mid makou of harness and snddolry.
Ciuiulrc of tho bnrdwnro department.
Tor flni'st tancv nnd staple Krocorles,
i;n in Levy ft Co., King slteet, near
IK'tlii'l I'luitii 7U. Deliveries prompt
ly uiul (aii'full madu to all parts of
HciuhuhtB of all descriptions on sale
nt Whitney Mursli ou Monday next.
Henry Muy & Co. hao Just received
ii now shipment of Peek, ftenn & Co.'s
London lllscults In tin pnvkuKes. Photic
j our order for these delicious biscuits
and wafers, l'linno 22.
Any plctuio may bo nrtlstlcnll
frame! In one of our largo stock of
tcloi led frames In walnut, rosewood
mahogany, blrd'seyo maple, gold nnd
silver Honolulu I'hotn Supply Co
TIhi" "III bo a special 'sale of
rlnii-, potion cases, shooting and pil
low i'.imo linen at Ilium's on Monday
only Tho kooiIh have been priced
ridiculously low Wutch tho nnnounco
in i'ii I h on Saturday and Sundn)
In commemoration of the birthday
niiihers.irv of (ho lato President Wil
liam XlrKlnlov, Messrs llenson. Smith
- Co, Lid. will Kle tomorrow u car
i.ntlon. tlio favnrlto llower of the inar
med rrealdenl. to ovoiy 8ltor to
tlio store This uistom Inaugurated
lit this firm will bo carried out on the
-IMli of January each year
H FE MEN
The Manchuria, urrlvlng tomoirow
will bring n good tdzed delegullon ot
transiortatlon men, notably cmong
them being prominent members of the
Santa IV s.vFtim The particular nli
Jert of the trip made by theso people
Is to look int.. the ilu,contrac which
Ihev have with Ihe Mahogany Lumber
Comtiany This IHng an entlrelj now
project it Is found that many unepeci
id details have eomii up thai rcuulro
CHANGES OF MASTERS.
The following changes of mnsters
won- reeoiiled at the San Francisco
f iiHinin Iioiim- ou November 28.
Steiuni r Navigator, C. Madeson, ico
.lull ii t! Tni p; steamer Iolamle, Haus
1 1 Sand, vice II W llnwdicli.
WRESTLER AND UMATILLA.
The baikeutlne Wiestler, P. II.
lllnrii-lioiu. was eifolled, und the
Lie.miii' Lmatllla. Thomas Rellly mas
ter, lecelved registry ut tho San Fran
dsco Ciutom houro ou Decemdber 7.
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine
inp; to view scenes front many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Blue Bonnet; a Beautiful Sal
vation Army Story; With Our Atlan
tic Battleship Fleet; Mr. Fuzz;
Lucky Accident; Burglar's New
Trick; The Bridal Couple Dodging
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c; and 20a
The Pianola '
THE WORLD'S BEST TCUSIC
BERQSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd,
a -m- .-.-. .
King St. near Bethel.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Eiti-a, dollars Cdcd to the family
lucotne by rentihg a room or two,
supply many little comforts. A B u !
1 1 1 i n Wont Ad. will do it tor you.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono C.
If you are looking for any at your
frlenda eo to the "Two Jacks" nnd
jou'll find them.
Oyster loaves nt Royal Annex.
llenson, Smith & Co., Ltd., will kIvc
o carnation to all visitors to their storo
tomorrow, .-vlnley Day.
Go to Hnlclwn for n day. Tho roads
nre free from dust or mud and In ex
cellent condition for motoring.
Tho matter of the prohnto o' the will
of tho Into Mrs. Campbell Parker hns
been continued until next Satin day.
A nolle prosequi was this, inornliiR
entered before Judge Do libit In tho
case of T. Ucoka, charged with hellluK
liquor without ti 'license.
The vostponed social of the Chris
tian Kndoawir Society of Central
Union Church will be held on Friday
evening of this week nt 7:30 In tho
A meeting of the Kalllit Athletic
Club will be held tomorrow (Friday)
evening nt 7:30 o'clock. All mem
bers ntc requested to be present, ns
business of Importance will be trans
acted. The meeting will tnkc place
ut Coolcy Chapel,
Muriel Campbell has filed a petition
asking that sho may bo Joined us pe
titioner with the Hawaiian Trust Co.
Ii. tho proceedings for probntn of tho
.frs. Campbell Parker will. She shows
that sho has been named In the will
ns one of the executors, that tlio Ha
waiian Trust Co. has petitioned for
probate, and that sho Is qualified to
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
An order wits slgueii yesterday uy
Judge ItobliiMin granting authority to
lliti temporal)' administrators of tho
estate of Abigail K. Campbell Parker,
the Wutorhouse Trust Company, to re
new the Insurance jiollcles In the sum
of 13000 on n house on Tantalus be
longing to the estate; to pay tho taxes
due tho Territory and to employ nn ap
praiser to cstlmato tho value of tho
Jewelry ami other personal property
belonging to the estate. Allowance
will also he made of a sufllclent
amount to defray the cost of prosecut
ing the suits that arc now pending he
fore tho Supremo Court of the United
States nt Washington.
Tho swimming tank nt the Kamella
melia school Is out Of use at preseAt.
A tennis court for tho boys of tho
Knmehaniehn school Is being put In
hhnpe. It Is very large nnd In a cool
place. Tlio court Is exiiecled to bo fln
Itheil by April,
Tho Kamehamelm cadets expect to
bo lu tho parade on Lincoln's birth
Knmehniueha boys are making ex
cellent progress In drill.
Tho Knmehameha soccer team has
not Improved very much this year,
Theio is plenty of material hut no way
to work It apparently. Last seuBon
Mr. Anderson wan coach for part of
the senson and his training brought
tho school team to vlctoiy. Hill now
tho boys do not play together as a
temn, although they are trying their
best without n coach.
There will bo a Kamehameha chorus
at tho Klks performance next month,
PAY DEMANDS 'WAIT
(Continued from Pace 1)
"Is It possible that you may pay
those demands put III by persons
whose appointments are not disput
ed?" "That Is up to the City 'Attorney,
In the Territorial offices, when ;i
knotty point of law comes up they
pass It up to the Attorney General's
olllee; I see no reason why the same
should not be done In regard to tho
County affairs. I nm making out thu
warrants, that there may be no de
lay, but I shall do nothing that can
not be readily undone, until I havu
received an opinion from the City
This stand Is taken to Indicate that
Dlckuell Is simply holding up tho de
mands to Insure his own safety In
the matter. At Urst ho announced
that ho probablyiBhould refuse to pay
nny of the demands until some, deci
sion or other was secured from the
Supreme Court. This stand he has
ivldei7Uy receded from, as far as the
undisputed" demands ore concerned.
The Mayor la."- 'Ph' received un
other big hatch of sit'ary demands.
These are still in hi possession but,
considering tho action which ho took
In rcgnrd to the laBt hatch, It li
thought likely that ho will afflx: his
signature and shift tho -responsibility
off onto tho shouldeiB of the unfortu.
A Most Excellent' Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTEES" IN 10WN,
- i.si; 4&a;m:h
Chinese Emperor 111
LONDON, Ktig.. Jail. 27 llls reported here Hint tho Infulit Chl
ntsc Emperor is Buffering from confluent smnllpox
Peking, January C The American,
Ilrltlsh and Japanese Ministers nro
acting upon tho principle that the i;l(
lintlon brought about by tlio dismissal
of" the Orund Councillor, Yuan Hhal
Kal; requires, united nellon on tlio part
of tho KiWers nnd u warning to tho
Prlnco ltegcnt against any ndmlnls
tratlro act that might endailger the
The Russian nnd tho French Minis
I em appear to be wlthnut'lnslructlons
frilm their (lovernments nnd nro awnlt
l.ig developments. Olllclnls of tho
Chinese (loveniment have intimated
that Inquiries concerning the treat
ment of Yuan Shi Knl on the part of
Legntions would be unwelcome nnd
that, moreover, tho Chinese Govern
ment la not prepaied to recelvo repre
sentations from foreign Government
on tho1 subject.
Prince Regent Proves Crafty.'
Tho Prlnco Hegent Is secure from
receiving tho foreign Ministers In nu
dlencu through having set up the tech
nical excuso that the neeeswtry regit
lntlons for Intercourse between the
Prlnco Regent nnd representatives ot
the foreign Governments have not jot
been ngroed upon. Tho first reception
dny of tho Ministry of Foreign AITalrn
since tho dismissal of Yuan Hhal Kal
lost week was yesturday Tho Ameil
can, Urltlsli and rrencli MiniHters
called, but they did not mention to tlio
Foreign Minister the circumstances
which brought about the dlnntlssnl I
Tho Chinese Government nnd toga-
tlons seem to be testing each other's
temperatures. Tho legations nro
about equally divided upon whether
recent events hnvo endangered peace
to tho extent of Jlistlfylng collective
action by foreign governments. Tim,
country nwalts further acts of
the Prince Regent, which may reveal
whether his course Is due to personal
WHAT MAUI WANTS
(Continued from Pasn 1)
perlmental stage, and It will yet hu
four or five years before any returns
will begin tu come lu, In very small
amounts, not sufficient probably to
meet the running oxpenses for u few
years. It Is therefore proposed to
further extend the period of tlix
exemptlon for another live years.
"liana At this landing, the wharf ministration In n day or so.
Is In very bad condition, nnd very, "Mnul legislators will be in llono
dnngerous to land. The piers sup- lulu February II In time for i (im
porting the wharf Is giving way ferenee, to which will be submitted
some are already loose, and the a summary of the work done by me
planking rotten. No provision made, here on behalf of our constituents,
for the storage of nny freight which We propose In conduct ourselves ns
might bo landed and not called for
Immediately. The breakwater Just
outside the head of the wharf should
be added to by raising It higher uud
enenuing inr enougn to protect tne
wharf, and tilling the rear so ns to
have space for future use. The der -
-tAIr nml iiiilot I n n Htitinpalno fi ! Ill
very bad condition. Knglno should
be provided with every means nec
cssury. The court house and Jail ut
this place should also bo attended to
In order to make the building pre
sentable nnd safe for occupancy.
"Klpahulu Cottngo for Jailor la
needed, und the landing also reunites
"Knupo Requires place for tho
proper bundling of 'the freight. A
derrick and hoisting machine Is need
ed here us well. The school house
as now located Is too far awny from
the residence section of the district,
it Is proposed to lemove the same to
tho middle of tho residence section.
"Owing to the recent drought aUo Mr,'t'is, (ieneral business agent; In
prcvnlllng In the. Hnna district, It Is ttrmetlnB a specialty. -lUlIO-lm
proposed to run a pipe line from Wnl-
alua gulch tu liana, a distance of
about six miles. The proposed lino
will run along the upper border of
very good tobacco lands. ' The soil
being adapted to that crop. That
being the great tobacco section ot
Maul in the good old da)B. It Is es
timated that the lovemiu therefrom
will not be less than C or S per cent
ot the Investment.
"McGregor Landing Should bo
extended and improved. Tho whnit
has been built at tho i very
sot where tho hroakers break dur
ing the least-swell and makes It, very
dangerous for ulf purposes. It Is pro
posed, uud Is strongly recommended
iy those who know, to-wlt: the
snipping men, lu exieuu me buiui-, ui
least fifty feet further out, to be out-
side of the breakers,
"OWIng 'to the great difficulty tho
several counties are encouuteilng In
their conduct of public Improvements
In the several road departments, etc.,
It is proposed to secure from the Gov.
eminent sufficient public lands to bo
mod for county purpoes.
"On On.hu, tho county uses Terri
torial property for county stabler,
ictc. Outside Islands uud counties
have to rent private property, while
(loveniment Innds In the hnmedlnto
neighborhood are being umol by pri
vate Individuals to make money for
those parties without n cent of rent
al bclu paid to the Government. It
Is proposed to probe Into this matter,
and seek remedy for, this apparent ov
ersight on the part of the Govern
ment, and secure relief to the coun
ties. "It Is bettor to exchange flovorn
ment lands for private lauds for pto
yldlng premise whereon Government
itiudm imfo .L -.
reasons or whether It means a chimp
lu tho general jmllcy of tho Govern
ment Although numerous imiimmi
hnvo bei'li nsblgned for the tleutmont
of Yuan Sbnl Knl. tlio motives uie not
yet understood. Yuan Shal Kal hau
urrlved ut Wei Hal Wei. In llonan
irovlncc, with his family.
Promotion for Official.
Ylng Wang .Tan, the former Int-
lierlal Cl.lneeo Commissioner In Mum I
a, Thlbe . has boon promoted ... h,
vlco-presldent of tho foreign inlnlilrv I
In place of Liang Tun Yen. who was u
trusted lieutenant of Yum Slid Kal.
It was learned today that Ha Lung
nnd unother memlm- of the Grand
Council vlsllnl Yuan Shal Kill yester
day before bo loll the city for Wei
Hal Wei, hut what transpired nt HiIh
meeting lias not been divulged. Ou
hundr.y the Prince Regent nuit :t moa
M'ligor to Yuan Shal Kal nt Tlen-tsln
v. lib oviitturos, nnd this doubtless In
lluencu Yuan Shal Knl to leturn to
The Regent took this r.tep only after
1(0 had learned that Yum Sbnl Knl
nnd the members of his family lull
succeeded ,ln reaching foreign ten I
fury In Tientsin. Tho dismissed
Clinncelor took refuge ou the Ilrltlsh
loservutlon. Ther.e occutrenoos, nnd
particularly tho action of tlio Prince
Regent. Indicated that the Government
does not desire to uggi-avalo die sltua-
Manchuc Will Predominate,
It now npMirs that the composition
of the central Government will Ii.- pit
mnneutly changed. Judging from the
tegent'a selection of friends nnd nil-
visors. Pi luce Chlng, president of tb(j
Foreign Hoard, Is not yet lu evidence
Two of the pilnclpnl members of tho
Grand Council nro out. Tho recent
appointments to olllee Indicate tint
the parly of tho regent Is to bo com
posed mainly of Mnnehus
work could ho priHccjiled without In
curring nml paying monthly mid
dearly for the uses to which suili
pre in I hch in.iy be put. Fiiitherinore,
the congested condition of tho dev
einl towns outside of Honolulu uud
llllo leiiulro some plovlslou be made
for tho recreation of the towufoll.,
und luoic particularly tlio children.
"A comtminlrutlon to Hut ubovo
effect will be submitted to tho lel-
we.dld two years ngo."
Tho seven Chlnoso whose ease on
'charges of ussault on a Chinese ncti't
occupied some iluys beroio .hide Do
olt woro Jcil.riaj. fullM( ll()l Bniy
1 ,y jry
Second-hnnd galvnnlzitd corrugated
Iron. Commuiileutu "II.," this of
NEW - TO-DAY
Chang Chan has opened nu olllee
nt the corner of Hotel und Smith
Tickets on sale at Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd., Bishop St,
Reserved Scats . . .
Auto and carriage spaces re
served on application.
aik'Ki, - .,f , rwiriUiuf&ytW?A-
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, January 23.
yoKOilAMA Arrived Jan
S. S. Nippon Mam. Ik mo.
COOS IIAY-Arrived Jan. 27:
Hchr. II. C. Wright from Mnhukona
. Dec. 2G.
nillSllANi: Arrived Jan. 22;
S. S. Mnknrn, lieneo Jan. .
gVliANCISCO - Snlled j.,n
. "" J
Tciiiporiitiirus- fi u. in., ; X n. in.
71; It) n. in., 7&; noon, 77; morning
Ilarotuotei', S u. m, Hrt.08; ahsoliit.
humidity, S a. m . "..fin.-! graliiB pe.'
cubic foot: relative humidity. S u. m.
Ctt per cent; dew point, X u. in., fiO.
WllnlU n. in., velocity 3, dliectlou
H.'i:. 8 n. in, velocity 7, dliectlou 13.;
10 n. m., velocity 8, dlrettlon 1-3.; noon
velncltv 12, direction 13.
I tut tiTit 11 iluilug 21 hours ended 8 u
m., .13 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon 202 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Uureau.
MAKEE SUGAR CO. TAX
(Continued from Paso 1
leases from the 'goverptlieui The ns
ressor testified thai lu his opinion
oven with tho I educed m ml of Kind
tho plantation could bo nm ut a piollt
llo ulso testllled that ho couslileied uu
iiKFcssmcnl of Jl.iMm.l-uo to bo ufulr
i.tul leusounhlo nggrcgalo value, stal
ing that In making up the assessment1;
ho look Into consideration tho grosi
lerelpts, iielual running expeuieii, the
detailed Items of properly und nil oth
er facts leiisonuhly ami lull I) hearing
upon the valuation.
There wero but two witnesses pin
I'.uced, Mr. Fall child, the tuxp.ivor'ii
manager, und Mr. F.uley. tin' nssossoi.
i:.'icli w.-is ipillo positive In his opin
ions uud beliefs. Ah staled In ro
Tuxes Wnili'ku Sugar Co., IS Haw
12.1 "This tourt has iiiillormly held
that it does not teducu or lucieusu thu
valuation iiinilo by a t ix appeal court
which appears to bo fair uud Just but
nlloH It In si nnd unless shown to lie
eiioui'ous or based ou it wiong theory
oi lusiilliclont or defoetlvo dalii." In
that e.oe the coin I said that a higher
valuation by tho tax appeal conn
might properly hnvo been sustained nl
thouith It illil not raise It. nnd lu lbl.
cast- a lower valuation. If so found by
the tax appeal court, might and prob
ably would bo sustained, yet tho
amount fixed should uol be changed In
view of Hie weight which should b"
given In tho decisions of t,i appeal
That tho plantation ban lost prac
tically one-half of Its available cane
luiul should undoubtedly, uud wo pro
mime will, bo taken Into comlderiillon
Ii fixing tho valuation for lU'i'.i. Ah
alieady stilted, these leases expired ou
Mny 1, 1907, and jet tho taxpayer I
heir ictiirncil a valuation for tba'. year
On January I. 1908. tho uncertainty
of securing unother louse of thu gov
ernment lands Jiistllled u reduction
liom tho assessment. Tho exact
iimount of that reduction, however. Is
difficult to nsccitnln, being a matter
about which possible purehuseis und
othera would differ. Therefore, as tho
tax appeal court has mndo u ceitaln
leductlon on thai iiccount, under nil
.tho circumstances wo do not feel Just
tilled lu modifying It.
Tho decision or tho tax nppoul court
CAMPBELL WILL TELL
OF NMU DAM WORK
Tho Central Improvement Commit
too has called a special meeting for
tomoriow night to listen to 11 talk In
Xlaiston Campbell on thu progiess of
the Nuiiaiiti dam. A soiles of excellent
lantei n, slides has been prepared und
wllli them Campbell will Illustrate his
Tho meeting will bo held In the
1 is of Iho I'lomotlon Committee.
A general Invitation B United to nil
who aro Interested lu tho piogiess o
the dam, Not only will tho piogtesH
of tho wnik bo told lu detail, but the
project will bu explained no that all
may know Just what Is under way.
Just ns soon ns tho em go of sugar
fun be gotten on bourd, Cuplnln
Chrlbtlauson will stun for the I'll
elflc Coast with the bail.eiitluo lim
giird. Everything has been lu lead
Iness for sailing for some days, hut
Inclement weather bus made It im
possible to tuke on hoard the bags of
Tho stop of thu Irmgatd In San
Francisco this tilp will not be any
longer thun Is nbsolutuly necessniy
to dlschaige nnd take on bo.iul caigo.
Captain Chrlstiansoii Is anxious tu
get back hero for nnolhei load of su
gar, uud ir nny sort of winds fnvor
him lie will make a leiiud trip, Tho
hnig.ird has lecelved u thoiiuigh ov
ei hauling sluie she leuched heio uud
Is now lu Ilno,shuim.
Thursday, Jauuaiy 28.
Stmr .Clnudliie, Ileiiuett. from Maul
poi Ik, ii. in.
Wednesday, January 27.
Hchr. llcleiie, Johnson, fur San Fran
clsco, 10 u, m.
Stmr. I.lkellke, Nnopala, for Hawaii,
5:10 p. m.
Thursdny, January 28.
I). S. S. lliifTulo, for Mure Island,
DUE TOMORROW l'
P. M. S. S. Mam Inn la, ficiiu Sail
Francisco, u m.
P. M. S S. Mongolia, fioni Yoko
liutuu, a. in.
j' SAILING TODAY f
" Stmr. W. (I. Hall. Thonipson, for Klo
ele, r p. iii.
I'er stmr. Clniidluu. Ileiiuett, from
llllo via Maul ports, .Inn. 28. Mrs. 0.
V. Jnklns, I). Haughes. Mrs. .1. If. Kn
Inma, W. .1. Coolho, l)r W. II. Dons
and wife. Sing You. 11. S. Ilngorup. L.
U. Wnrren, T. M. Lyons, Miss Dletrlck,
II. L, Lyon nnd wlfo, T. It. Robinson
Miss J. I'icuueo. Miss N. IMuttrdf,
Mis. M. I'lcnneo, V. S. Chllllngworth.
K Yokog.inn, MIhh Onisbl, XL F. Sou
2:1 uud wlfo, .1. K. Pun 1111,1 wlfo, (ion.
JR. Andrews, Xlatsinla nnd wife, .1. Gar
i'la. -I. I.. Coke, .Mrs. u. C. Searlo and
LOCAL NOTICE TO MABINERS
The following utTccta tho List of
Lights. I liioj h, nnd D.iymurl.H,
Twelfth Lighthouse Subdlstrlct litoti,
Honolulu ilnrbor. O.ihtt Island.
.In unary 21, I you. Temporary Chan
nel lluoy it, 11 2d-elass can, was mov
ed fiom Its formei' position to 11 po
sition 25(1 feet N. 122 degrees K. true.
N 111 degrees H. Xing. (i:siJ) fioni
the new lloiioliilu Raiige Fiont Unlit
tower. The liuiiy us now placed
niiirkH the tinning iolnt for vessels
.ntoiing or leaving Honolulu Har
bor, uud 1'iirilfs 11 lenst depth of III
fret ine.111 low water along 11 llnn
diiiwn from tho buoy to the dolphin
on the southeast corner of (Juaran
llno Wharf. This positiou will oroW.
Illily bo made pel luallelil and Initial
Ismed to that effect.
North tangent Channel Whurf,
7(i degiees (IJNK :',. ;. Xing. );
Channel Llojit No. s, lsu degrees
Old Pi wit Rnnge Llghlliouse. 2
degiees (SW X W 1-2 W Mug.).
Ily order of the Lighthouse ll.uid.
STANFORD II. MOSi:s.
I.t.-Comdr. U. S. N.. Avslsltiiil lo
to Inspector, ljlh L, ).
' TUB IIIUT1S.H 8TKAMI3U Roiu
foril. which brought coal for this
port, will sail this nfternoon, pioii
ably nt a o'eliuk. When she Hist
Arilved hero she docked ut the rall
lonil wharf, hut yosterduy she moved
up to Hnckfeld whnif.
TUB SCIIOONHR I.uka has boon
icpulroil nml H looking very 11011I. All
or tho Interior lltllngs nro made or I In.
wallan koa. Captain .Miller, tho own
ei. Is very pioud or his llttlo schooner.
WHKN Till: Xlaucliurln nrrlvo.t
from thu Orient tomoriow, sho will en
ter tho harbor ami Owk ut tho Oceanic
whurf. Tho .Mongolia will go tu Hack
TIIK CbAUDINK. which nnlvod tu-
lay, hto'ight 127 cases plneappleH, IS
barruls empty biMlos, ir, hogs, '.17
packages hides, 1 8:1 packages sundries.
IT WAS Ri:i'ORTi:i) yesleiday that
tho schooner James Rolph nrrlved at
liana. Maul, from San Francisco jo,
THE STEAMER Claiiillno arilved
fniin llllo this morning vlu .Maul pons.
Sho will sail ugnln tomoiiow uftetuoou
at & o'clock.
THE SCHOONER II C. Wright Ar
rlvod ut Coos Hay yesterday. Hhr
salled-rrom Xluliiikonii Decenilmr 2C.
THE LIKEI.IKE. which left for Uu
wall yesterday, took a conslderablo
amount of lumber.
Governor Frenr. Secretniv ,m.
Smith nnd Alfred Curler vest i-la.v vs
Ited tho cavalry camp ut LellUma Thu
Governor states that u fli-o slto his
lieen chosen f nithu camp, them being
pi nimbly nono belter iii'ywheiu.
Tnkiilnhiirn, a .Itipaneso. win llih
moinlng lined Sirn and cosis bv Iiidgo
Do Holt for H'Jlllug llqiioi- wllhout a
Sep. Wrens, $100
18-fcot Motor Launch with 4-CjcIe
Motor, $175, Complete.
"J.IE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
., King St. opposite South St. ,