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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , FIUDAY, JAN 29, 1909.
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Ocri nc State J.
I I IJMlA
' vl I'lni? members of the
0 i r if c.i allv Invited to
a . ml in-, lings of local lodges
ILu. .J..i U,DUE. Ho. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
l v i m uji'iy evening at
I J in I o O Hull. Fort Street.
I , lil'Mim , rt' ict.ii)
i 1 1 li Kl N li
i vMUus brothct very cordially
In. iv I
0A1II) LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Mi ftri twry first nd third Frl-
flRi l mm it 7 '.. in K. of V Hall.
cor-iei i i rl itnl li' ifl-nla. Visiting
brolnem iiiilmil Invited to attend.
I i. ' l i I M '
l.dM.IM.. K It S
HOKCLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
. Lodite No 01G, U. P. O.
i In their twill on Kins
Mieet evry Friday even-
ib. I II
,.. MIY (.: EASTO.N,
VI i sI'UNY. E. It.
Wui M KINLEY LODGE Ne.8, K.ofP.
M"H ci i 2n 1 nl tb Saturday
' evening it 7 1" oilorK In K. of I".
II.ill. iur l'oil and lleretanla. Visit
ing biulheis loidi.illy Invited to at
Und. T M Mi (SKEW. (' ('
i: A. J U'OllriKN K It S.
aOHOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Sleets on tbe 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of ontfh month at
7. SO o'clock In K nf 1. Hall, corner
iBaroUnla and Fort streets.
Vliltlng Eagles arc Invited to at-
W. L. KRAZBC. "V., Preat.
' , H. T MOORE Oecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Uect.i every first and third Thurs
' days of roh month nt Knights of
Pythias Hill VIsitliiR brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
, A Ii AKI.Rinil, Sachem
tr A K MUUIMIV. C. of It.
, ur ij i u wKjunui'juunna
The bdt assortment ever
shovn in t!w city. STYLES
and PKICEb TO SUIT EVRY
lev. j vo; r oracr for n los f
, of Lchnhaidt's Candy, Fresh 1
Comer Km; and Fort Streets.
Totest Fin oi - llighctt Quality
; Qucrautced Absdutcly Pure.
' PHONE 270.
' 00KTRACT0R and BUILDER.
jfTIUMBING ar.J FAINTING.
RpiT Kin? St.: P. 0. Boic'oH.'
3V ASSESSII..-TT 1!0. 0
In. tho ii.uiio'i aiiiumi ncnovoie'it
WOPlntlon dne Dec 1,, nils, do -
Jimi)loni J. m i;, i '.urn. ah assess-1
iifflnta nre navable nt Iho Seoicturi't '
' office, Kaplolunl Itulldlng. King and
Jllonk books of all soils lodgers
eyi. roanufaotilri'd by tho Ilullotln
i'UuysninB uojiinauy. i
. ..I I mull .IiIvIiik horse la Tor
l ipilii mt'J. Ik'iiiaiila Ht
I. i ii". .1 p. .nulls at Hfiirj Ma I
urn rt.iMinl.ii iiiornltiK Phone I
'IniniMiiiM Kins lii Kin a Croat
M iHKliteilng I'tli'O S.ik' of clothing
ami fiiinllilng goods.
Hosier) Halo begins ul Ilium's Mon
day morning Watch llm advertise
ments In Sattmlav mid Sunday paper.
PnsttciiKOi i for tint Mongolia should
place their nrdoni with tho Union-Pa-
li lllo Tinnsfcr Co 111 order to havo
ilnlr Iirrk.iko put In the propi-r rooms
under pel son il Hup"rvtnliili 122 King
Mi eel phoni' 7
Thnrr will In' .i Alio rnncurt by
K.ial n tllie Cluli ininorrim i'V onliifi at
"i n i l ik. i Miicet
Mi'ii nf tnr.1 and lefliioment In dross
i . i vvh, n pri'fei tin1 dross unit h and
Tuxedos made hy Unit. Hchnffnor &
M.irx to I hum' I in noil out hy tho ord-
llnir riistom tnllor. i Come and see
v,li) .a rtllv a h Toggery.
I hi ii' will hi a special H.ilo uf
hull pollim ran m. kneeling mid pit
Km i.iki linen at Ilium's on Monda
onh Thp Roods have bi'i'ii prlco 1
il.llrukiusly low Watch tho announce
im lit on Saturday and Siinda). '
Coppri plate card engraving hy 11
I' Wli'.iai.in A Co., Ltd. Is mound to
none Tlii-y Invito c-nmparlhon of
thi'lr wi rk with others. Httlmntos ur"
hi'i'rful,) furnished h) thi'in on all
kinds of IiIk!) i l.o s cuppiT plate print
It q ainl engraving
lti'l'M entiilii' Pintado ot Hawaii
has diu'ti-d the following bill relat
ing to the redemption of property
Hold limb i intntgigo or execution
which ho will present at the coming
setslou of tbe Loglshiluru-
Sectlnn 1 In all eases where real
t'Miito In tho Terrlton of Hawaii
shall hIi.iII bo sold under nnd by Iran-
of mil decree of court relating to
moitgiigeil premises, or n virtue of
am iiowei of sale lonti-ii.cd in any
iiiintgiige. or sold under any execu
tion agulimt any Judgment debtor, iti
uIiiiIIiik sales for dellmiuent taxes, It
hIiiiII be lawful for the person o Wil
li, i; suih real estate prior to such
mile, or his heirs, administrators, ex
eiutors or assigns, to redeem such
rial citato from the operation ot such
sulo In the manner hereinafter pre
Suction 2. Such redemption of
sni'h real estate so Hold shall be
mail.- by the mortg igor or Judgment
dibtor. IiIh heirs, administrators, ex-!
1 1 mors or acHlgns, at any time wlth
li one M'.u- from the date of such
sale b palng to the purchaser of
such real estate, his heirs, adnilnls
tuitois, executors or assigns, or to
II. i' person or ointer making such
sale, or bis sucietihor in office, for the
lii-neflt of the purchaser, the sum ot
iii'inc) for which such real estate was
vi lil. together with the costs legally
inxi'il at the time of sale nnd interest
1 1. the umtmul paid h the purchaser
ii tho rati' oxpiestid In the obllga-
din prior to talc, but. If not ho ex-
piosied, then at the rate of six per
nut per annum, from the date ot
sale to the date of redemption, but
In no case exceeding the legal rate
allowed bv law.
Section 3. Upon payment ns pro
ildcil In Section :', such sale shall bo
old, and the mortgagor or Judgment
Mitor. his heirs, itdmluUtratorB, ex-
iinlum or iixidgus shall be entitled
in n.iortllknte of redemption proper
h iltscilbiug Hitch real estato so re
deemed to be piopcrly executed by
iho pcitou or olllier making the sale,
ii his successor In office, and such
u'MIleute shall bo entitled to record
in Hie office of Ileglstiar uf Convoj
nneea Seitliin ( This act shall tako el
icit and bo In forio fiom and after
lti- parage, appipval, and publica
tion Section B. All laws and parts of
lows In umflict with this net are
In i eh lepoaled.
TO GUARD SHIPPING.
The United States roonuo-culter
Daniel .Manning one of the finest craft
of that horvloe. will bo placed on a
special detail Immediately for life-saving
M'i'vico on tho CojHt and patrollng
tin dangerous shorn lino of Vancouver
island for the assistance of incoming
and outgoing shipping during the'bblst
nous months nf the winter.
THE WORLD'S BEST MUSIC
BERGRTROM MUSIP Co . Ltd.
King St. near Bethel.
j LOCAL AND GENERAL
I Extra dollars added to tlic family
income by rentine',a room 'or tWo,
supply many little comforts. A B u 1
1 c t i n Want Ad. will do it for you.
Ten good onto hacks. Phono 6,
M". K H. Porter and Infant came
down In the liner Manchuria.
" you are looklnK for nny of your
friends go to tho "Two JnckB" and
jon'll find them,
Tho Hoard of Supervisors will meet
this ntternoon to pass their own pay
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex
Tako your carriage or uutomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. CO., for
t.p-to-dato repairs. .
Honolulu Lodge CIC. II. P. O. E, will
meet In Its lodgerooni on KIiir street
at 7:30 this owning.
I) Howard Hitchcock will give n
talk on art at 10:. 10 tomorrow morning
All members are, linlled to attend.
Indigenous rubber lioos havo been
found In tho forests near Nahlku,
mauka of the SprcckclsUllo ditch,
Toka Oknmolo (w) has llled a lebol
for dlvorca against Illsanosiike Oka
tnutu, alleging triielly and iloscrtlon.
Coat your Iron roofs with Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its coollni?
and preiorvnlho properties Callfoialn
Peed Co.. ugents.
lllshop Charles W Smith and wife
arrived today fiom the States. While
here tin')' will bo the guests of ltev.
and Mrs J. W Wadman.
Tho postponed social of the Chris
tian EiidoaMir Soclet) of Central
Union church will bo held tonight at
7.30 In tho parish house.
J A Kennedy, president nf 111"
lntor-Islnnd Steam Navigation Com
pany, returned this morning from
Kan Krnnclsco In thp Manchuria,
Ilaron T. Kukutiarn of the Japan
ese Department of Finance Is return
ing to Japan In the Manchuria. He
was recently In London nnd the
The friends o( Hubert Kollz, who
was burled jesterday, extend their
thanks to those, who sent floral offer
ings and other tokens of remembrance
to tho funeral.
Mrs. B. T. Drcler, widow of tho
late August Ureter, was among the
arrhals this morning from the main
land. She was accompanied hy Mrs.
Emma Drelcr and Edward Drcler.
A decree of registration has been
(.ranted for the old A. F. Cooke place
In Manoa to J. A. Magoon. Tho place
It now used as a children's homo by
the Salvation Army, to which Magoon
will now convey thv property.
The Japanese high-wage agitators
aio constantly attacking the plantei.i
and editors of the Hawaii Sutnpo
nnd Dally Chronicle. They say that
they control tho plantation Japanese
ho far as the high-wage proposition
The cato of Pearl Harbor Traction
' Co. s. A. J. Campbell, treasurer of the
Territory, a submission ou agreed
Htntement of fuels, was nrgucd nnd
kiibmltted before the Supremo Court
today. I). L. Wlthlngton nnd Alfred
I. Castlo for plaintiff. Attorney tlen-
ii al for defendant.
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
Loyd Chllds, Hawaii's commissioner
lo tho Scattlo Exposition, is showing
Iho design for tho. Hawaiian souvenir
Plato to be used at tho exposition In
tho Hawaiian building nnd afterwards
sold. Tho design is for a plate with a
terracotta rim, edged with old gold
nnd with an Improved Hawaiian coat-of-arms
In the center. The design Is a
beautiful one, striking; and original.
An order fur a limited number of thoso
will bo Bent to Germany at onco. Vlg
go Jacobtcn is the artist who supplied
tho draw lugs for hto design.
MANY ARE SEEKING
(Continued from Past I)
tald at present, as It Is likely that
most of these will go to men from
the other Islands.
As far as tho Senate Is concerned,
it may he considered certnln that
Wm. Snvldgo, who has been Clerk for
several hcmIum past, will again affi
liate in this capacity. lie has al-
vwijk shown hlmielt an excellent man
for the place, and as he in by this
time an authority In matters legisla
te e he is almost Invaluable., Chnrles
CJurk Is pretty suro of landing Iho
I osltton of sergeant-nt-arms of the
fc'enate, which he has hold down for
two past cessions. ,
Little Is being said about tho
Speakership of the House and tho
Piesldency of the Senate, as It Is gen
erally conceded that Holsteln will bo
given tho former and W, O., Smith
the latter, Sam Kalama of Maul, tho
tenlor member of tho Senate In point
Ot service, will be Vice President.
Frederick White was iccorded as
tho San Fianclsco custom houso on
December 1 as master of the steamer
Oeorgo Washington, Tleo William
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S, KING ST. PHONE KB.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TQWM,
T J. Ryan .Voices What
He Believes is
PREDICTS NO LANliVlANOE
lliipq PRESENT SESSION
Other Things That Arc Good and
Why Governor's Position
E d 1 1 o r E V e n I n g II il 1 1 e t I n
Your editorial jesterday urging the
pooplo to work and act regarding
legislation both In Hawaii and Wash
ington, meets" my hearty npprovnl.
While I am not taking nn contracts
for the Democrat)! I really think they
will keep their end up. It has been
laboriously rubbed into the column
nlty that the Democrat "cut no Ice"
They havo only a minority In Con
gress; only a minority In the Legists
turo; have nothing lo offer, and ilon't
know what they wont nnwn. etc
It Is true that tho Dcmnciats have
boon pretty liberal wild cilllclsni of
public officials, but at tho sumo 111111'
It will be found that thoy are unite as
rrnnk lo give credit where ciedlt Is
I rfdmll, anil I think nearly every
Democrat In tho. Territory will Join
with me. that tho Oovernor of this
Territory has no easy task He Is
I'anined If ho does und he Is damned If
ho ilon't, If ho did not' get a hustle
nnd draw up a, land bill or 1111) other
kind of a bill who would do It? No
one but Democrats.
The Democrats havo their land law
In cou r b of construction It will be
submitted to every Democrat club In
tho Territory for debate and amend
ments. It lll be brought to tho at
tention of tho Legislature and of Con
gress In tho full light of da and nt a
time when all sides can bo heard "A
snap Judgment" will not settle the
public land question In this Territory.
Nn proper hearing can be given the
question by Congress until next "Do
comber. It will como up then, no mat-
tor how many bills aro passed at this
short session and Its likely that none
will be passed1 affecting the public
lands. Where tho Oovernor Is right
we 111 e with him, but wlicro ho Is
wrong we are against him. Tho Oov
ernor Is right In wanting tho reclama'
Hon service extended to Hawaii and
he will find no stronger support than
ho will among tho Democrats, both In
Hawaii and In Congress. Tho Oovern
or hi right about wanting something
done In regard to a proper survey of
these Islands and wo hnie ho will not
let up until every acre of tho public
land is survey oil. Wo offer no serious
objections to section 2, uf his bill
which changes the pay and olhcrwiso
regulates tho sessions nf the Legisla
ture. Probably no opposition will be made
lo section 3 which cuts out. provisions
incident lo change of government at
tho time of the taking effect of 1)10
Organic Act? It has served Its pur
pose and become "ileud timber." Out
Section 4 relating to bonded Indebt
edness Is not ubjectlonahlo, but it
seems to Indicate a foreign conclusion
that County Oovcrnnu-nt Is not to be
enlarged. Democrats are for more
complete county government, but will
make no objection to section I.
Section C, to abolish thy office of
High Sheriff will not only meet ap
proval, but applauio from every
Democrat, and I think pretty much
every one else In tho Territory. That
office probably did no great harm hill
It was something like a wart on a
Section 7, relating lo tcnuro In office
and discharge by the Oovernor. If
amended to provide that such dis
charge shall he for cause and hearing
allowed, will meet with no objection
Section 8 relating to tho dlsquallfi-
cation of Judgos through previous In
lurusi in uiu case as counsel etc., Is
Section 9 providing for the transfer
of property taken for uses oqd pur
poses of tho United Stales, etc., more
properly belongs with tho public lund
legislation on wnich It Is Barer to with
hold Juclgmont at present.
Section 10 relating to pay of Oovern
or, Secretary, Judges of Supremo
Court. Judges of Circuit Courts, U. S.
District Court, U 8, Marshall, U, 8.
District Attorney etc., should stand
In a class bv Itself and not bo mixed
In a bill relating to land law's. It Is
not very clear that theso officials aro
worth any more than they are getting
now, but If they can work Congress
for more thu Democrats will not ob
ject for tho reason that their siilnrle
aro paid out of tho Federal Treasury
ami not out or the Territorial treasury
If It was otherwise, "there would bo
something doing" among Iho Demo
crats. Taxes uro too high now.
8ectlon 11, provides for an nppio
prlat,ion", presumably b tho Federal
government, of a sum not oxceodliig
f26 000.00 for tho suppression of con
tagious diseases, etc ; wo sny, got It
If jou can.
Ah to section J. providing Hint more
than ninety sections of the Revised
Statutes of the United States shall I s
not apply1 to Hawaii, and section '
which does not materially change Iho
present land laws except making tliom
more autocratic than they now are,
Will bn foiight to n finish hy. Demo
T. J. IIYAN
January 27, 1909.
Tho I-atid Court lias prepared estl
males lor tho coming hi iMinlaljierloil,
tho mnlter being ciiveiod flilljThy the
following totters frouf Iteglstrar l)owj
nnl to Judge Weaver:
Jan 27, I9'9.
lion. P L. Weaver, .lu.li'.' Court uf
Dear Sir: For the hiiinlal period
eliding, December 31, Hi. .8, the court
expended under fin appropriation "Ex
peiises Court of I.nuil Registration,'
the sum of $3,47C.2Q.
Lart year (1 syrtcui of ltexing was
established so that every estate, tt tint
etc., examined In lite past may bo read
lly traced to the icporl of the Ex.imlu
it thereon pud, by reference, this ox
poiiHo may not bo Incurrc'd agiln In
the examination of now petitions. Over
200 have so far been Indexed, an 1 as
each one of thein cost tho court for
orlglnil examination tho mini of $2, a,
very material snvlng Is uovv being
made and this will bu laiger iih the In
ilex Is extended )enr by yeni
An Index has nlsu been made of nil
cases examined showing in niimcrlcil
order every L. C A Otanl, etc
This has been found of great arslsl
mice not only as a tihio saver for the
officers of the coifrt, hut it saving In
expenses ns n title one examined ho
far ns the L. C. A. remains In the
same utthtokcu or undivided piece,
need not bo again examined, the old
examination being toferred lo hy the
examiner On a new retltlon.
Thus the last index complements the
first and both will bo of lasting bene
fit, not only to this Court In Us saving
of oxpciiFfs. but will be more nnd
more ured and appreciated by tho pub
lie In Its denllng with real eilale
On account' of the Increislug do
mands to register laud which the kh
tern warrants, 1 would ask for an np
proprlallon under "Expenses Court ot
Land lleglslratlon" for nt least JOOOO
for the biennial iicrlnd ending June 30,
Jan. 27, 1909.
Hon. P. L. Wenvcr. Judge, Court of
Dear 8lri Tlio locelpts of (ho
Court for tho biennial period ending
Dec. 31, 1909, were as follows:
,$i;i7r,r, $ nst.nt
Stamp Fees . . . .
. 272 38
. 25 00
19 M 9.1
On the same Insls as Iho above the
receipts for the biennial period ending
Juno 30. 19fi8. was a little over $2000
I-or tho blcnnlnl period ending June
30, Inn, I would esllmito, 011 a con
servative basis. Iho Income ut $2500.
WILL MAGOON FREE
(Continued from Paz 1)
ulllty of looking after them, and these
will not iibslst them In getting out.
Fuithernioro (ho Supervisors have tho
power, I think, to pass an ordinance
to provide for tho i.ltuatlnn. It would
seem to he within their police pow
er; and dually tho Legislature will
meet in a few weeks, and It will bu
able to pass such laws aa will meet
the situation, hut will ut the same
time glvo the person alleged to ho In
Biino his constitutional rights,"
Mugoon was asked whoio Atcherley
would be any better off by the knock
ing otft of tho utatiito, if tho com
munity had the Inherent right to
lock him up us n danger to It, Me
I! on 11 answered that the point was
that Atcherley was not lns.rue nnd
vbh not u dnnger. 'The pioceedlngs
In the Iltrlit Court nnd the commit
mei t of Ju li'o Audrado amounted to
nothing In law.
Tho habeuH corpus ease, In which
the point will bo ;ugiicil, Is being
heaul this afternoon.
A Chinaman Jumped from u inovlny
street car nn the Llllhu lino Inst night
at 10 o'clock, receiving n 1ml fnll He
was taken In an unconscious condition
to tho Queen's Hospital. Ho died this
morning, and ti -cm oner's liuiucst has
Second-hand gnlvanlzod eorruguted
Iron, Communicate "11," this of
Family horse; good driver; afraid of
nothing. Apply 1019 lleretanla.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, January 29.
SEATTLE Hailed Jan 28
H H. Hyii'les, for Honolulu
HAN HIANCISC'O- Arrived Jan 29
8 8 l.urllne, fiom Kalinin, .Ian 21
SAN KUANCISCO Hnllcil, Jan. 29.
Thursday, January 23.
COOS HAY- Arrived Jan. 27:
Hchr. II. C. Wright rioiii Muhiikonn
Per 8. 8 Manchuria, Frello, fiom
Sun Francisco, .Inn. 29 -For Honolii
lit: II. M. Alexander, Mrs. II M. At
exaliiler, W II. Ilacbert. Mrs. W. II
llmliera, Miss E. Ilucherl. I.. H. link
r, Mrs. I II. linker, E 1'. Hall. (I. W
llearnes, Mrs. (I. W, Hearties, Miss Jos
kin Ilearues, Mrs Emily Homroso, W,
L Illlger, .Mrs. W. L. Illlger. Miss lliibj
E. Illlger. Hov. Q. II. II. Jlloor, Mia
W. Long Ilorehnni. A. W. T. lloltom
ley. II. V llruwiij Mis. H V Hnr.vn
Mrs A Clark. Win II Cowl, A. 1)
Coxo, Mrs A II. Coxe and maid. 8
Crawford, Mrs. 8 Cr.iwloril. Mrr. Jew
1 . Calf, Mrs. Vims. T (lalf mid 1 1 ild
John ('.III. Mis. John Olll. Mrs I. It
Hurt, LoiiIh lleheil, Mrs Units lltdicrt
MIhs Minnie Ileclor, W. E. HodneH.
MIhk v Hodc'cM m W p iiii.!irn
V. .," I . .' I!.," . ..
Miss It. A. IngolH. Mrs (lei lolt. (lev
I. T. Jones, Mrs. J. T Jones. J. A.
Kennedy, JnmoH Leonard, Mrs JamcH
Leonard, (lio. E. I.lchty. Mr.s. Oeo E
l.lchly, CapL J. A. I.usk, Jos .Me
I.atchle, Mrs. Jos. Mcl.atc)le. II. I.
Moire, .Mrs. It. L. Mm He, ,1. C Muri.iy
Mrs. J. C Murray, MrH. (1. T. Pago
Edwin Parrlsh, Mrs. Edwin Parrlsh. 11
Pleers. C T Phillips. Mrs K II For
tor and Infant, J. 8. Poller, II. M.
Heed. Mrs. II. M. Heed L. V. Itoblnuon
Mrn. I. C Itobluson, Mrs. N 8 Saihs
Miss A. Seekol. Leopold Slieueriliau
Miss Yelllu Sheueruiui. 8 (' Sinlth
Mrs. .1. W. Smith. Mbn Allele Siiillh
J. W. Smith, Cheshro Smith, lllshop
Chan. Smith. MIfh S111III1. Daniel
Smiley. F. 11 Slone, MrH F. II. Stone
MIsh Ino M. Slone. A W Vale Mrs
A. W. Vnlo. II. J. While, tleo. O Wll
cox. Mrn lieu. (1. Wilcox. (' Walters
Miss E (llll. Miss J. (Irani II II
(Irani Lay-overs for Honolulu:
Jnmes CarrutherH, F L. Cues, Mrs. P
L. Coos, A. II. Collhrnn, Mrs A. II.
Collbrmi. William .1. Coulter. Mist II
Orcer, Miss J. Haw ley, Milton Heed
Miss T. Trlmper, Otlo A Will. Mis.
ptlo A. Will. W. II. Llewellyn. For
Yokohama Miss Hi leu llirnharl
Mrs. A. Fuelir. II Firkiidu. Ilarlm 'I
niUnhai.ull. Fiitugiml, Richard Hens
lor. Miss Ada M. McCiea. C. II Marsh.
Mrs. C. II. .March. . I. II .Mai tin. Count
Moulgolas, Countess Moiitgelas. Paul
8. Moon, Mrs. Paul S Moon. Mrs Alice'
M. Moon. J A. Nadeuil Mis J A Nil
dean, O. Nudeaii, Ch.is A. Potter. Mil
ton Heed, It. Hlilni hurst. Miss C F
Waldo. L. II. Withe). Mrs. L. II
Wlthey. For Nagasaki Miss Jenn.c
UuyH. For Shanghai- Miss Ida And
erson. Mrs. E. W. Ilcach, Miss Susiiu
Ueach, Miss Minnie llumar. Dr Hsu
Shi Chang, Tung Hong Clieng. Wong
Yuen Cheng. Hsiao Chilian. Liu shll
j Chung, Mai lun Juiigliliith, Liu Ylng
Ling, O. II. Malono, Mrs (1. II. JIa
lone, MIsh Winifred E Mulr, T. W
Sledmun, Ynng Y11 Sue, Ovv King
Tsalng, Miss 8. 11. Wulker. MUs Mary
C. Wlilte, Yang Y11 Ylng, Chu Slug
tuuu. For Hongkong Mrs C. Adair
cm! two InfuniH, .Mrs J. 8 Aivvlno and
Infant. John W. Hell I) I., lliuky. Mrs
I), L. Iluckj, (leu W. CiookH, Mrs
mil. n, CIliliHK, 1. !'. i-rovviey, HII.IH
S. Feotei, .1. L. (liurlsou, Mrs, I M
Hnslelt, Wm. II. Iliwips, Charles T
llovvuid, F. A. Hollaliough, Mrs. Ague-Hoops-Jocelyn,
W. I.L. McVoy. O. 8
Muntgnnieiy, Mis (I. 8 Monlgoiuerj
Miss Carrie Montgomery. 11 J. Mor-o
ltev C. II. New Ion, .Mrs. Jnnies Palon
Master Wllllo C. Puton, C. J. Plomoo
don, Miss Helen Post, Fied L. Hawyoi
Mrs, Fiod L. Sawjo., Master Oregon
E. Sawjer, .Mis, M. C Simpson uhl
infant, lllchard Walsh, II. I). Winner
Miss Hi'sslo Woods, Van Prang, .Mis
Van Praag, Miss Cora Streblow. Miss
F AdMim. From Honnlulii, E. ('.
Univvu, JIIh. E. C. llrovn, Mrs Cm
Inno K. llufbildgo. dipt Win E
lliiglioy. MIsh E. M. Hunt, MIhh E W
Hum. Miss E. (I. Hunt. Miss M I
Keller, F W. MiClellnu ami wife, Mis
H. It Van Tine, 8 A. W.'tsoii.
HONOLULU WEATHER I
Fildiiy, Jan. 29. '
Teuipeiatiiies (! n. 111 , 11(1; S a in
70; 10 a 111., 72, noon, 71; niuiiiln?
Il.iionietor, 8 n m, SO.us; absolute
humlillly, 8 a. in., 5.187 gialus pei
cubic fool; iclatlvo liuinldlty, 8 a m
C" per cent; dew point. 8 a. in . 58.
Wind 0 n, m., velocity 8, illieclloi
E.i 8 11, m velocity 5. dlieclloii E .
10 a. m vo'oclty 12 direction N 1:
noon, velocity 7, direction .. 1:
Ilnlnfall dining 21 hum ended s a
m, 12 Inch
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon, 202 mile.
D .. .WM' " STOCKMAN,
section Director, Weather Bureau
Ht Dewey. Mrs. E.T. Dieler. Mis Em- vMndels llolveit. Mr and Mrs A. J
ma Under. Mailer Edward Dreler. E J pnV',In' l'K'1'M"""! ""'' " lr!'', J '.'
p ii-,,...,. 1 w ri.M t 1. I',,.. M- M"l r' nn.l wife. Miss N. Ilotkln. II
,. ,, ,,T ",. ... A Pratt mm fnml'j, Mirshnll F.llot
I. C h (ims, Mrs llabotle I rankel. 'I lios mnl uir.. iir i',ini 1 1111, .i .ir..
I ARRIVED (
I'llday, January 29
P M 8 8. Manchuria, Krlelo.fronl
tan Fiaticlsen, 11.2(1 a in.
Thursday, January 28.
llr 8. 8. Komronl, Scott, for Pugct
Found, J p. 111.
Stmr. W. (I. Hall, Thompson, for
Eleele, ft p in.
1 SAILING TODAY
A.-ll. 8 S. Mexican, from San
Iranclsio, p. 111.
P. M. 8. 8. Mongolia, riom Yoko
hama, p. m.
T "DUE TOMORROW '(
Slmr. Manna Kc.i, Fieemuu, from
Ulln und way ports, 11. in.
Slmr. Klnnii, Thompson, from Kauai
ports, n. 111. ,
i PASSENGERS BOOKED '
Per P. M 8 S Mongolia, -or Sun
Fraiielsro, Janu.irv nil IM Cnnsett,
Mis Eleanor Hyde, (' .1 (loldmau, Al-
Ifred Jones and family, Mm Catherine
Father Edwards, It. D Underwood, E
E. Calvin. W II ll.iucio.'l. E. Koepu,
Mr und Mis. E ,M. Mnishall, Miss P.
Marshall. J F. Elliott mid family, I).
' " ""rno iinu wiie. 11 iieuemaiin. .1.
'.''' I'U'Kcrald and wife. II A. Hall mid
wife. W Parker-L)on nnd family, W.
A. I.leber. Mih. C. II. Cooper. F. II.
I'oss, J. II. Maxey, J. (' (loodwln. John
I mli und wife, David Sloan and wife,
Oeo It. Andrews and wife, II. H. Alex
ander mid wife, Veinon L. Tenney,
Mrs. J. A Cm-man. A M Morguiillinl
1 r. A Kendall and wife, Mr. mid Mrs.
Illlli, Mr. mid Mrs. llroiisou, J. o.
Fir htmr t'l.iudlne, Dennett, for
Mnitl mi I Hawaii (oils, ft p in, Jan.
19 Mlt-H Pelrlck, Mr Anrlln, M. P.
lllgglns mid wire, II 8. Hngorup, Miss
Alice Kin, John M. Dow, Horace Dow,
It. A. Jordan, 8 It. Jordan, Frank
Wilghl. .Mrs- A. Hoiih. and child, J.
(lairln. J. It. Doggelt, M. T. Ljons, J.
Pc P. M. S. 8. Manchuria, Filele, for
Japan, p in , Jan. 29 E. C. Ilruwn and
wife. S. Ahlitun WntHiin, Miss Ella M.
llonl. .Ml k.i Ellz W. Ilunl, Miss Emily
(!. limit. F. W, MiClellnu mid wife.
.Mih II. II. Van Tine. Deaconess Mary
I. Putter, Miss M. L. U-ller, C. Hur
hililgr, P. J. Wallace.
CHANGES OF MASTERS.
The following chaoses of maslors
were recorded nt the San Francisco
tusluiif house on December 1ft:
Ship Falls or Clyde. II. Engalls vlco
L. V l.aiten, steamer (leoige H. Hall
( A N Hill vlco William J Emrlcli.
CHANGES OF MASTERS.
The rollovvlng (hnngos of mnstnrii
were i corded ut the San Franclse
riisloiii house on Novemher 30:
Schooner Mary Francos Cruz, IjiiiIu
Jnrobsen. vlco A. P Matson, Htennier
Dolandn, Hans Sand, vlea A. P. Mat
ton. Ki .
The llrillsh bark Klrkdale waa
wrecked on October 14 011 Iho lur at
El Tiliinro, near La Union, Salvador.
I lei eiuvv leached land In Hnfety.
INCREASED MAIL SERVICE.
The PoHtofflco Dopailment hns In
foimed Senntor Perkins that uirnngo
nieiits hnvo been made for Increased
m ill sen loo between San Francisco
and Eureka by water. It being tho'lii
teiillou to have nulls curled by nd
uvulliiblu bleaniviH operated by com
paiilus not nlreudy under contract for
mall service, when llm dispatches will
materially advance Iho delivery of
Mich ma I In.
Tho rollovvlng changes of masters
vvi'io leiiiidcd at the San Fiancisei
custom homo 011 December 2: Hark.
inline Chilians. E. M. Simpson, vlco
u .1. i.awson, steuuer Ilosecrans, dm
Uolineii. vice E. Engalls.
Tho IlrllMi ship Cralgmnro. which
sirlvcd at Port Tow nsoiul Wukli., on
Novenibei 29. ropoits having been do
Inyeil off Capo Flutter) ror thirty il iy.1
nwaltlug'an opportunity In enter the
stialts 'ihe Criilgnioio occupied nine
ty night iUh 011 tho pussugo from
Pausuri In ballast
iTIIII HTKAMHIIIPS Mongolia of
the Pacific Midi lino and Iho Mexl
iiin of the Amnrliau-Hawallau Him
(lid not show up this morning fiom
their last poits of- departure. Tho
.Mongolia Is duo lo 111 live from (ho
Oilent and Hie Mexican fiom San
THE MAUNA KEA rum. Ituwali
und Maul, mid die Klinu from k.iiiiiI.
will nrilvo o'uly lonioiiow iiioiulugi
ducking al the foot of Nuiunii strcot.
THE STEAMEIt Claiidliie will sail
todnv foi Ulln via .Maui ports. In ad
illllnn lo her pissingers, she will taku
eniiblileiuhle cargo for HIlo,
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, J