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evening noLLem. hon'oiull', t, ., Saturday, Jan. so, lftflfl.
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All visiting members of the
Order ore cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HAitiUUm LODGE, Mo. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovciy Monday evening M
7:30 til 1. O. 0. J." Hull. Port Street
K It UCNimV. Sonctary
V. I). WH'Ki:. X U
All visiting brotUurii ery cordially
OAHU LODGE. No.'l, K, of P,
Meets every first and third Frl
day evening at 7; JO In K. of I'. Hall
corner Kort mid Dcretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invlttd to attend.
I It NTHI2NT. f C
It liOdLING. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, 1). P. 0.
'i R., will meet lu their hall on King
near Kort Street every Friday even
lly order of the E. II.:
HENRY C. GASTON,
Wll. II. MclNEHNY, K. K.
i Wm. WKINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
""ovenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
lall. cor. Kort and Ilerctanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
T. M. MrdUEW. C. C.
13. A. JAC'OHSKN. K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WKD-
NESDAY evenings of each month at
' 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctnnla und Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to at
W. L. I'RAZRB, V Prest.
II. T. MOOItE. Gecy.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Tliurs-
days of each month at Knights of
I PythlaB Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially InvltoJ to attend.
A. fl. AHLKIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown iu the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n box
of Lehnhiudt's Candy, Trcsh
Corner Kinp; and I'ort Streets.
i jrurrsi iiavor nij;ncs; ii.uo.mjoi those desiring to tako up work Ih
r ' Guaranteed Ah-.t.lntelv Pur. thn .rpf-itln. MifiM.-, f nn.in..it...2
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
'CONTRACTOR ?nd BUILDER.
' PLUMBING and PAINTING,
jTOfllce: Honolulu 'Painting Co., 221
y- King St.; P 0. Box 014.
V ASSESSMENT 110. 9
hi the lliuiliion Mutual Hcncvolonl
jAs30cl.it Inn dun Dec. IS, l'JOS, de
linquent Jan. l.ri, 1009. All assess
ments nro payable ut tho Secretary's
hoinco. Kaplolanl Uulldlug. King and
i I Illjiiik books of nil soils, ledgers,
Bftc, manufactured by tho TJul lot In
Remnant wile nt v1,tney & Marsh's
Illnni Is goliiR to have n special sale
'f '"'.ets. sheeting and iillluw slips on
M .irtilay (lot in mi some of the low
tirlci s for Kiipotlor goods.
Sale of Jeascs of (Jovcnimcnt laud
.-IIii;iHm1 hi Komi and Kail will take
plut-c March 1st, 1909, at the front en
trance to the Juild Inlltdlng.
Thi' Hawaiian atmanic, distributed
lii'i' by Hensnti, Smith & Co., Ltd., Is
i hand! thing to have In tho house ns
li li compiled for this Territory.
Finest randldoM are mado fresh ev
in dav at the Alexander Young Cafe.
Tr. their chocolates mid nougats; they
in- always fresh and delicious.
(lit Into the habit of buying jour
i boos at the Mclncrny Shoo Store.
There Is where you get the finest
!tallt of stjlc and fit In tho host
isrdo of shoes.
Siinnyshle Milk excels nil others In
flavor, quality, and richness. It will
kci'p in any weather, and Is always
pure and rich. Ask your grocer for
Siinnysldo Milk. .
The eighth assessment of 10 er
ri-iit on tho asfssablo stock of the
Konn Tuhaoco Co. was dun January
SOtri and Is now delinquent. The ninth
assessment of 5 per cent will bo due
March 3, 1009.
Ladles iv 111 hnp a great innings nt
Dlom's Mmi'la morning when the
Kreutest hosier) sale of the season be
gins The pilcos are lower than tho
goods can be bought nt wholesale. Ex
amine the hose iTnd compare prices,
quality for pallt)', with what jou have
been pijlng Tor Monday only ho
will bold n great discount salo ot
sheets, sheeting and pillow slips.
CITY 8ALARY TEST
(Continued from Pace 1)
seems to make the treasuiur iersonnl
1) responsible, and his bnndsuien with
him, for the pa) ment ,of any Illegal
claims against the city nnd county, no
matter who may previously have a
proved or allowed them or ordered
them paid. Tho section to which I re
fer Is No. 138 of tho Municipal Act,
and reads as follows;
"'Section 138. Every officer who
thall npprovo, allow or pay any de
n and on tho treasury not nuthorlzcd
by law, ordinance or this chnrter, shall
bo liable to tho City and County Indl
ldually nnd on his official bond 'or
tho amount of tho dcm-ind so Illegally
approved, allowed or paid.
"While that section of tho law
Hands uninterrupted by the courts I
no not feel that I would be doing my
duty to tho taxpayers, to my bonds
men or to myself If I were to hand out
some thousands of dollars to ehi
p'ojces whoso status has been ques
tioned nn dls lu grnvo doubt In the
minds of thoughtful citizens. I shall
therefore refuse to pay any warrants
that nio drawn In favor of employees
whoso appointments novo not been ap
proved or sanctioned by both the May
or nnd tho Hoard of Supervisors. And
I shall be absolutely Impartial and
non-partisan In the nutter, and If any
rno wishes to hall nio Into court I will
rgreo to throw nsldo all technicalities
and meet the Issue nt onco!"
W. A. Kinney, who Is the legal nd
vlser of the Democrats, stated this
forenoon that his sldo would do every
thing In Its power to havo the ques
tions speedily decided. Ho was ready
to file his return twenty-four hours af
ter the Republicans had taken their
cases to tho Court.
Deputy City Attorney Mllvcrton stat
ed this forenoon that ho was gottlng
ready to bring mandamus proceedings
against Trent to furco him to pay tho
"We will tnko as a basis the action
of tho old Hoard of abolishing tho of.
flees and will work tip from that." he
wild, "The attltudo of tho Treasurer
lu much more reasonably than that of
tho Mayor, In that ho docs not decline
to pay the warrants In tho cases Iri
which thcro la no dispute I hope to
be nb!o to havo the papers ready next
Monday, and will try to havo Iho case
disposed of as speedily as possible It
will probably havo to bo brought be
fore tho Circuit Court, but It wo find
nomo way of bringing It directly to
nio Hitprcine Court, vyo wll do bo."
COLLEGE TERM OPENS
The second semester In th Collecrn
"f Hnvvall begins on Monday. All
engineering, or household' economies',
oi those wishing to pursue a(udjes In
'pedal subjects rolatlhg to . these
nurses should seo the president on
.Monday, Keb. 1st, and' arrango for
their work and classes.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
f2 S. KING ST. PHONE KS,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Extra dollars added to the' family
income by renting a room or two,
supply many little comforts. A B u 1
1 e t i n Want Ad. will do it for you,
Ten good auto hacks. Phono 6.
It you are looking for any ot your
frlcnih go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Tako your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mantg. Co., for
Tho Mongolia sails at & this niter-
noon for Sn Krnnclsco.
Do your shopping ut L. II. Korr's
this evening and cnjnv the concert, n
special program has hern arranged,
Specify Consolidated brand when
you arc at the bar. If you would have
sodn at homo order n rase through
telephone 71. fJciSfi J
Try a Royal Annex Lunch.
Judge Robinson this morning grant
ed a decree of divorce to Minnie Wnl
koloa from Ahuna Wnlkoloa ot
grounds of cruelty.
Dr. Jas. R, Judd returned on the
Mnuna Ken today, coming from Maul
where he was called to attend Hon. II
A: benefit concert nnd dance will ho
given tonight lit tho Royal Hawaiian
hotel, under tho auspices of Iho Kan'
humami So Icly
The order to show cause why libel-
lee should not pay back alimony In
(he case of Hlanche Lewis vs. Chas.
K. l.owls wan this morning dismissed
All the Intest fashions of l'arls and
Now York are reflected In Iho models
shown at millinery parlors of Miss
Power In tho Boston building
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic,
You will be surprised at its coollnc
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
Tho decree of Iho V. fl. Supreme
Court In the fnmous Vlercc vs. Hutch
inson case was received today. The
appeal Is dismissed on nccount Of lack
Patronize tho service that rrovllcs
boys who aro snappy on then feet or
on n wheel. Tho Territorial Messen
ger Service, phono 361 has tho riKht
II. N. Wiggins today tendered his
ictlgnatlon as bailiff of Judgo Llud
say's court. He will be succeeded by
Eugene K. Alii, tho assistant clerk of
tho District Court.
M. E. Sllvn has mado some extensive
improvements in his undertaking es
tablishment, adding a new parlor nnd
chapel. Will scat one hundred rind
Governor Krear this morning called
on the commander of tho II. S. S. Sup
ply, which is docked nt tho naval
wharf. On his return ho was given a
salute of thirteen guns.
Como and look at th-j "Hobble."
patent colt lllucher Oxford, mado of
tho finest material nil through Huy a
pair of them and you wo-i't regret It.
Price 14 at tho Manufacun-rif Shoe
Appetite failinc? Try Royal Annex.
The dress goods silo ill the Sachs
Dry Goods Co. beginning Monday
morning, will give shnpiers nn oppor
tunity of getting their dress goods nt
Tho von Haram-Young Co have Just
received a cjrlond ot t'.i- world-fatuous
Thomas Flyers thp oar thrit wen
the New York-to-Parls rnro last year.
They will he on exhlb'tluii next week
at their garage.
A reception was given last night to
Rev. Dr. Jones, who arrived yestbrday
to tako charge of tho Mothodlst
church. Ho was met and wclcomod
by a largo number of parishioners at
tho steamer yesterday morning.
It was reported this morning that a
Mil will bo Unreduced In tho Legist
lure licensing the Hawallans who
make their living by singing. A num
ber of tho legislators who aro already
In town are strong y opposed to the
passage of tho bill, if introduced.
The decree of the U. 8. Supremo
Court In the Oalbrilth will case was
recelyed today. It affirms tho flecreo
of tho local court nnd ordor that the"
dofendant, tho Hawaiian Trust Co., re
cover against tho plaintiffs "for cost;
tnd have oxecutlon thorofnr.
Tho coroner's Jury which Investigat
ed tho cause of tho doath uf Chun Fli
Tsu. the Chinaman who Jumped from
tho moving trolloy car On I.lllha
fctrevet, reports that he died on acto'imt
of his own carelessness. Deputy Sher
iff Rose conducted tho investigation.
The probate of tho will of tho late
Mre. Campbell Parker has been p6t
Ioncd until Tuosdny, Thompson &
ClomonB havo withdrawn as counsel
for the Hawaiian Trust Co., and apptar
iur auss jviunoi Campbell, whllo Kin
noy & Marx do Just, tho reverse.
Mrs. Abrams tlrls afternoon narrow.
iy escaped running Into a child near
tho Young hotel.'Mlor, auto skidded as
shekwas. turning the1 corner, ran n,
tjiu sldiwallt-arid'biinjped Info the
hojel taMrijfcioff a pleco of cement. .No
one wasihurt alnlthoraachlne, '-wit not
mucn namagcd.s - i
Governor .Froar has received mi.
lcos from the Secretary of Siato stat
ing that the British wnrshlpB Flora
and Cambrls will arrive" hero about
March 12 and remain until March 22.
Governor Frear this morning re,
turned tho call of Captain Hughes of
I no U. S, 8. Supply.
1 ' ' w
PILES CUREDJN.O TO 14 DAYS."
PAZO OINTMENT It jruaranteeel
to cure any case of Itching, Blind.
Bleedtne or Protruding Piles In 6 to
1 4 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint LouU,
V. S. of A. ' C .
One of tho largest and most delight
lul functions of the week was the "at
home' given by Mrs. John A, McCand
less .nt her residence In Nutinnti Val
ley In honor of Mrs. Uibcre rind Miss
Macintosh. Tho driveway leading to
tho mansion presented n brilliant np
pcarance, for motors and carriages
were constantly depositing their gayly
drosscd occupants at tho door, where
Miss McCandlJss, prettily dressed In
while, received all comers and direct'
ed them to the drawlng-rbom, where
the hostess and her guests greeted nil
comers. Mts. McCnndless woro a
beautiful white frock of silk grenadier
with touches of jnauve, und Mrs. Mac
Intosh was In black lace over white
satin, whllo Mrs. Lnbcrcp looked well
In an equlslto soft satin of Persian
design. In the dining robin Mrs. An
drow Fuller presided over tho cofTco
urn. Sho woro a pretty flowered mull
end Mrs. S. M. Damon, who poured
tea, wns beautifully dressed In pale
mauve and old Inco. A l.irgo Jardlcn
Ore of mnldcn-halr ferns adorned the
table, which was exquisitely appointed
In every detail. In the room off tho
dining room .Mrs. Clarenco Cooke, lu i
charming creation 'of pink satin and
lace, nnd Mrs. Griffiths, In white,
served punch. Those assisting In look
ing after tho guests were Mrs, Freder
ick Lowrcy, Mrs. P. C. Jones, Mrs. V.
Peterson, Mrs. J. P. Kennedy. Mrs. '..
K. Mors. Mrs. Arthur Wall. Tho
rooms, so lofty and spaclom. were
cool nnd comfortable and about were
Jardlcneres of crimson carnations,
roses and maidenhair. Tho guests
woro charmed with Mrs. Mnkall's sing
ing. Sho gnvo four selections which
were n Jor nnd delight to tho car. It
Is only pnsslblo to speak of this ar
tiste In the highest praise. Some of
the toilettes wcro very handsome. Mrs.
Fdcredlck Lowroy wns In white laco
applique over white satin, Miss Crom
well wore n creation of mauve. Mrs.
Atkins royal purple sntln nnd point
laco was much admired. Mrs. Wad
hams woro an embroidered crepe In
old pink nnd her enormous chnpeau
bt black wns certainly distinguished
Mrs. Patterson (ncp Stella I.ovo)
looked charming In a dull blue crea
tion, and Mrs. Grossman was in nn old
lose Dlrectoiro with picture hat. Mrs.
Robertson looked elegant in Dresden
chiffon a la ,D)rcctolre, and her hat
suited tho oostumq perfectly. Mrs.
hllzabcth Church V " a white em
broidered stlk and ho iliik picture bat
wns very becoming. Among those
present were: Mrs. Frank Dltllng
ham, Mrs. Dunning, Mrs.'Tcnney Peck,
Mrs. Locke, Mrs. Grinbautn. Mrs.
Weedon., Mrs. Hestnrlck. Mrs. Wright
son. Mrs. Robert Lowers, Mrs. Kllza
beth Church, Mrs. W. R. Castle, Mrs.
J, P. Cooke, Mrs. Oilman, Mrs. A. 11-
Robertson, Mrs. Hntchlns, Mrs. Dal-
tentyno, Mrs. 12. Jnrdnn, Mrs. Lees,
Mrs. nralnerd Smith, Mrs. Dickey,
Mrs. WUIIam Lovo. Mrs. Frank Hal
stead, Mrs. Grossman, Mrs. Lackland
MrB. Watcrhouso, Mrs. E. Paris, Mrs
J. W. Jones, Mrs. Goodale, Mrs. Ash-
ford, Mrs. Spajdlng, Mrs. Hosmcr,
Mrs. ArcHlii Young, Mrs. Atkins, Mrs.
Wadhatns. Mrs. F. A. Scha'oter. Mrs.
Wallaco Karrlngton. Mrs. Ih-nest Ross,
Mrs. Weight. Mrs. M. Phillips, Mrs
Rcldtord, Mrs. Richards, Airs. Hum
phrcys, Mrs. Aldrlch, Mrs. Philip
Krear, Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs.
Lyon, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. hlsscll, Mrs.
Sprcnsori, Mjes Pender, Mrs. Lansing,
mm. pond, Mrs. wiiiard Drown, MrB
McHtocker. Mrs. Whltehhuiie. Mrs
Macali'Mrs. John YVaterhouso, Mrs.
uycr, sirs, incouoro iuciiarus, Mrs.
Charlos Athertoh. Miss Cromwell. Mrs.
Mooro, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Foster. MIbb
Krout, Mrs. Hood, Mrs. Ashley II.
Robertson Mrs. Frank Damon, Miss
Dlssell, Mrs. Hoffmann, Mrs. F. Smith,
Mrs. Alexandor, Mrs. Seldcn Kings
bifry. "Mrs. Wight. Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Miss Pope, Miss Oilman, Mrs. Hopper,
Mrs. Petcrsori, Mrs. Illakc, Mrs. White
MrB. King, Mrs. Krdzlcrj Miss Noed
ham, Mrs. It. IlrOwii, Mrs. Howard
Hitchcock, Mrs. Laura Wight
t One of (be pleasant affairs of tho
e?k was the buffot luncheon nt which
Mrs". F. A. 8chae(cr and Miss Irmgard
Schacfcr entertained at Roscbahk.
Roses most bonntlfiijly' adorned tho
loom, and tables word set cm tho lanal
and dining room, Tho guests word
most congenially placed, and the music
afterwards wns listened to with onjoy
ment. Mrs, Weight, Miss' Schaofer
and Mrs. Victor Collins' delighted ov
trybody with their songs. Tho guosts
Included Mrs. Faxon Hlshop, Mrs.
Alonzo Gartlcy, Mrs. P. C. Jonos, Mr
8.. O. Wilder; Mrs, Clifford Kimball.
Mrs. Charles Weight, Mrs, Victor" Col
llns, Mrs, Wadhams, Mrs. Atkins, Mrs.
Andrew Fuller, Mrs. Fay, Mrs. Ruch
Iy, Mrs. Hestnrlck. Miss (iroB, Miss
McCandless, MIbb Hlrnoy and many
Mrs. Harold Dillingham nlso enter
tallied for Mrs. Hyde-Smith on Mon
day at a tea, nnd among those present
were .Mrs. Ivors, Mrs. Richard Ivors,
Miss JosbIo Kaufman, Mrs. Dunning,
Mrs. Waltor Froar. Mrs, H. F. Dilling
ham, Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder, Mrs. Drain
prd Smith, Mrs. Robert Atkinson.
Gu-nt regret was expressed at tl
comlng departure of the charming wo
man, who has been so much admired
during her visit here Mrs. Walter
Froar gavo a luncheon for Mrs. Hydo-
Smith nt Arcadln nn Wednesday, nnd
the flowers used on the table. Oriental
Narcissus, were most artistic In con
Junction with the Oriental china ser
vice of qualnl deSlgti wjilch everybody
admired nt the Frcars. Tho guests
Included Mrs. I). F. Dillingham, Mrs.
Oerrlt Wilder, Mrs. Harold Dillingham
Tho full program of tho Minstrel
show at Charles R. Hlshon Hall this
evening Is given holriw:
1. Opcnlilg cola ml chorus, "Hlg Night
Tonight," by Hollo Rnstus and
2. 1 Hones gets stuck.
3. Dance Tho Captivating Swells.
4. 2 Honos on Kissing, V'
6. Songs "I'm (Had I'm Married."
Hrother Hones nnd chorus.
(!. Tambo nnd mnrrtagc.
7. Song "Dreaming," Hrother Tani
8. Kphy cuts oft the tow's tall.
!. Duet Moonbeams nnd Dreams of
You Jim Reever nnd 81m
10. Tnmbo's fishy Jokp.
11. Solo "Is Yo," 81m Beeves.
12. Tnmbo Mnkcs tho watermelon talk.
13. Crocodile Isle.
Mnndolln Duct Hones nnd
1. Opening solo nnd chorus "I'vo
Got Another Ono," by Hrother
2. Hones got shot.
3. Hones and the ladle.
4. Jn nnd Parson Wndmnn.
IS. Solo Hrother Tamlio The Ques
tlon Olrl. '
li. Tambo goes n cpurtln, '
7. II Tambo and tho ladles.
8. Solo nnd CTiortu "That'n Somo
Lovo," Hrother jloncs.
! Hones nnd the Lawycfs.
10. 2 Hones on Animals.
11. Clog Tomaso Sullivan.
12. Johnson's Awful State.
13. Chorus and Solo Jakey "My
14. A Jail Hlrd.
15. Picking Locks.
lfi. Cotton Illossoms Hi-othcr Tnmbo
Tho proceeds of the minstrel show
go to the Piiupuco Tennis Club. Tick
ets will be sold nt the door. The show
begins nt 8 o'clock.
A dcclde'd novelty for tho ninny vis
iting strangers will be the de Freest
luau tonight nt 8 o'clock. Twenty-four
nro booked from the MOann nnd all
the delicacies of the native feast nro
promised. Mra. Dp Frlost alwnys hns
the best of good things on her table
nnd tho hulns and music will be nrt
Ik t lc performance's. All who can
r-liould avail themselves of this treat. v
Several of tho gucsls at tho Moaua
hotel availed themselves of the chef's
cooking nt tho Young ono evening this
veck, by a Dutch treat. The guests
wcro seated at a long tablo nnd'had a
itynl good tlmo ns welt as a perfect
dinner. Among them were Dr. nnd
Mrs. Victor Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Ury
ant. Tho Friday night hop nt tho Moana
hotel, which Is exclusively for tho
guests nnd their Invited friends, wim
n most successful affair. Mrs. Ellz.
(belli Church, tho social manager. Is
most energetic and sees that every
body has u good tlmo.
Judge nnd Mrs. Sclden Kingsbury
have been the guests ot honor ut sov
iral lea's, lunches mid dlnncra this
week. The Klngsburys entertained at
dinner at tho Young 'on Wednesday
evening most delightfully.
Mrs. Augustus Kntulsen nnd sister,
Mrs. Smith1, aro staying for n few days
with Mrs. Walter Frear. They tiro
both prostrated by the sudden passing
away ot their mother. Tho greatest
sympathy Is extended to them.
Mrs. Vincent Kltcnt, who sails on
Saturday nflxt for Now Zealand nfter
visit hero of n year. Is (bo guest of
honor nt 'many entertainments, both
this wcok nnd next.
Mrs. Dunning waif tho hostPBS of nn
Informal tea on Thursday afternoon
at Fort Shafter, the guests listening
to tho band on the Parade afterward.
Last Friday MrB. F. Lowrcy gavo an
Informal hut cnjoyablo tea at hor rcs
Idcnco on Lunalllo street In honor of
MrB. Macintosh nnd Mrs. Portnua.
Mr nnd Mrs. II. F. Marx aro pleas
antly establlihed at Milan with Mrs.
Margaret Marx and Miss Drusllla
Kverythlng is going on Bwlmmlngly
for tho University Halt, which will ex
ceed In splendor all former attempts.
Miss Madgo McCnndless Is giving n
lea this aftornoon In honor of MIbb
Laberue und Msb Macintosh.
Everybody Is looking forward to tho
Floral Pnraijo which will ho tho png
cut of the year,
Mr. Howard Hedcmanii sails for
Ilyion Springs lu tho Mongolia for n
few wcokb' trip.
Mrs. Lansing was tho hostess of ,i
brldgo luncheon for twonly guests on
Mrs. Oeorgo Davles has cards out
for a tea on Tuesday next. -
'For Salo" cards at Bulletin.
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f IN FOnElQN PORT8 I ARRIVED I
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Friday, January 29.
SUATTl.i: Snlleit Jan. 28:
S. S. Hyadcs, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 20.
S. S. Liirllnc, from Knhiilul, Jan. 21.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled, Jan. 2!).
Thursday, January 20.
COOS HAY Arrived Jan. 27:
tjchr, 11. C. Wright from Mnliutiona
III mo unci oi ine aocicio .vuoiiyqio i
Des Lings Couriers Frnncnls, nMeij
Ill tho libel of the Soclcto Auouymo
of the French ship Jnynviuo. ug.iiust.
W. It. Grace & Co. nnd lleorgo W. Mc-
Near for freight on a cargo of cement
Irom Amsterdam for San I rnnclsco.i
nnd the cross llbels'iif the respondents
for damages done to tho cement, which
had been referred ttl I'nlled Slates'
Commissioner Krull to take testimony. I.
Ihe fcporl wns niniln on December II i Per S. S. Mongolia, from inknlininn,
tp District Judge Do Haven. It was ., o Fur Honolulu. II. I.. Hugger
round that whllo tho chlm against W. c) j HHl Hums, J. Curtis, II.
It. Grace & Co, ntiloiiiltPd to J2M3.31. 1-'lxj. j )c.c,atity. It. Devercnux, P.
tho .damage to cement for that com . . . ,,,.." ., M,i,r .Mr ji Flshor.
pnny ncounled to nfi.fi0. Icivlng ni ,ul'cr, ,, ,, i.' h in i.V
balance of height money due to tho;". Ormicy. II. lie tmuller. 0 IIII.U-
owuers of the Joytivlllo of I1U0.71..
Whllo tho claim against Georgo W. It McAidle. ,N. Williams, .Mrs r. r.
McNcar was I2J2.32 for freight, the. Wright Through: Thus. 8. Harb nir.
damage to cement consigned tp tills n. w. Iluckley, K. M. Caldwell, N. S.
icspoiulent nmoimted tu $Rltl IS lo.iv Cnw MrHi rj, cini iHftitit. and native
lug a balance of S72S.17 duo for freight jm.umt 0. j. crlbbs, J. L. Dealing nnd
mono. 1 ailvo servnnl, Miss 8. L. Dodson, (I.
DAMAGES AWARDED. N- r'alihurst. Dr. i: K. Ferguson. Mrs.
United States District Judgo t)o,!3. ' KerBiison, MIsh Ruth Ferguson.
Haven, nt Snn Fruiiclsco mi December1 II. L. Frenrli, W. II. (Irlnin, 8. L. II11I
18, decided that Mnldiiliadu & Company 1 100k, .1 Inouje, A. G."Jeffress, Mlis C
Were entitled to recover In their libel j Jevvill, . 11. Kes. Dr. Ltllcnstelii.
against the French baik Ilretngne Mr ,. !; j1)()rCf ji. h. siimn.', A. Prohaskii.
dnmagc to 191 barrels of cement. Thu
matter wns referred by the Court to
United States Commissioner Drown to
take testimony and ascertain the
nmouiit of the dnmagc sustained.
CHANGES OF MASTCR8.
Tho following changes of masters
were recorded at the Sun Francl'xo
Custom house on December US: Il-uk
John nnd fWlnthiop, William F. Jos
eph vlco W T. Shorcy ; steamer Pilot,
Edwnrd Johnson vlco Charles S. Lowe.
Tho stenmer Costa Rica, with Alfrey
Urry ns master, was registered.
CHANGES OF MASTERS.
Tho following changes of masters
were reemded nt tho San Francisco
Custom liousl- 011 December 8: Steam
er Crowley No. 9. W. A. Stevenson,
vlco H. 13. Culver: sebooner Hobble
Hunter, A If led Christiansen, vie John
Hates; Mciimcr Westerner, llennrd
Vclly, vlco O. Aitdic.ikui.
CHANGES OF MASTERS.
The following changes of masters
wnrn rerwit-il, il til tint Si.i frinnluf.-,
iiutrini itfitiu,. ,.., ii,i...i... i-,.
Steamer Stnte of California. N. 1?'
Cousins, vlco II. C. TIioiiiiih; steamer
Alvlso, John Richardson, vice lMwIn
The following vessels were enrolled
nt the Sim Francisco custom house 011
December IS: Ship Hawaiian IkI.-h.
W. M. Mnllew, master, stenmer Mel
lose, Nicholas Nelfon master; scbotm
or Alpena, N. C II Young, master.
REILLY AND SMITH
WILL 00 ON TONIGHT
CLEVER LADS PROMISE TO FUR
N1SH GOOD SPORT
Fine Preliminary Events Scheduled
and Entertainment Should Be. Best
Cohen Has Pulled 0JT for Some Time.
Kid Boqucf Will Take Part
Tonight Charlie Rellly nnd Trunk
le Smith will slide under tlm rope at
the Orphciim und try conclusion lu
tho squared ring. Roth hoyx are In
tho pink of condition, nnd one of the
liveliest rohlests ever seen In tho
Islands Is likely to result.
Rellly has been doing comparative
ly llttlo work during tho past day
or two, preferring to slow down .1
llttlo nnd nvold danger of going
stnlo. Smith nlso hns been takliu
things easy, and both men should ho
In the best condition possible to eith
er of them, when tho gong bangs out
lha signal to mix things up.
Rellly is determined to uphold the
past iceoril which ho has made here,
and If ho does not carry off the deci
sion tonight It will bo because. In
Smith ho has found a better man.
Smith has been trslng for u chaute
nt Rellly for tho past six months, mid
ho Is very anxious to mnkn 11 good Im
pression on the local public.
Hoth of the preliminary events pro
mise to be lively. Tho go between
Miller nnd Sllvn, tho Punchbowl De
mon, promises to bo worth the pi Ice
of admission alono. Miller did not
make much of n showing when he
went on against Dick Hulllvnn licit' .1
month ago, but since then ho has
been getting In a lot of good woik
Incidentally, ho has hnd n chance to
learn bomethlng about boning from
The other preliminary, betewen
Kddlo Illncs nnd Hid Hoquet, nNo
promises o be good.
Saturday, January 30.
A-H S S. Mexican, from San Fran
cisco, n. m. ..,,c
J M. 8. S. Mongolia, from loknliJ-
inn, 7 n. m.
Stmr: Manna Kca, Freeman, from
Hllo nnd wny ports, 7 u. in.
8tmr. Klnnii. Gregory, from Knual,
Stmr. K'e An Hon, Peterson, from
Knual, n. m.
Stmt'. Nllhnu, Oness, from Hawaii,
Friday. January 20.
P. M. 8. S. Manchuria. Filclo. for
okohnmK, CMS p. in.
Hlll, eininiliir. llennctt.
, ' , ... ,,. ,,
. '! j
lrninl, Mrs. tl. iiiiueiiranii nun 1111.1m.
M. Hecbl, It. C. Ross, Mrs. It. O. Ross,
Infant und uiiiali, O. C. Schmidt, Mis.
C). C. Schmidt, Dr. W. !'. Seymour.
Mrs W'F Seymour, Mis I. Seymour,
Master W. Seymour. Walter C. Smith.
Tom Kim Yuen, K. Vtdlmer. I). I'. Web
iter ami 3 children, Mrs. .1. S. Webster,
A. 11. Wllkle.
Per rtmr. Mnuna Ke.i, Freeman,
from Hawaii und Maul ports, Jan. 30.
Miss Jnmlcson, Mrs, V. S. Robert,
('. . Illicit, Miss Gleen, Miss Krupp)
II. S. llntrls. V. A. Rycroft, Jack
(liiard, It. I. I.lllle, Irl. It. Judd. Mm.
Juld. Master Chung- Ah Fook, Mra.
('bang Mali mid Infant. J. V. Steven
ion, 13. II. Cnut. V. Ah Hip, A. MeKII
lnp, A. A. Wilson, Major Window, Mrs,,
Schooling, Muster Schoenliig, Mlts 13.
()'llciiirk'. Robb Patker, V. Chew, ().
Kiimura. Mrs. KeklpI, W. J. itliyne.
Miss Rlcknrd, Mrs. Reliibardt. II. 8.
Klek'ird, Ch-is II, Hull II. Was? iner,
('. W. MeClan.ihan. Mrs. A. Mason,
Master Mason, Mrs. C. Sllllman nnd
I. F. Hagens, C. M. l.ovested,
1 " '
lliirhl), Mrs. Hurhly,
J. J. Walsh. W. A.
Klhiura. I). H. Davis. II. P. Hodges.
Mrs. Hodges, J. W. Gllmore W. K.
Hrniii'o. Geo. Richards, 13. Heine, I).
Knvvnthoa, Miss Knnpp, Kil 1.
Per stmr. Klnnii. Gregory, Jan. 30.
Mr F. Gay, Miss Eva Fountain, Mbts
H. Tnshlma, II. W. M. Mist, Mrs. II.
Aiidernum, J. H. Fuller, J. W. Pratt,
II. Peters G. II. K.vaus, Ituv. Moo Mull
Ming. J. Yitmnk.i. A. I). Wise, It. C.
Iliown, J. II. Ward, II. Langei, Wm.
G.ibllug. Lou Joe. W. P. Kapulatil, M.
(' Men, N. IniafuJI, K. Akuuo, 2 lusuuu
CHARTERED DY MATSON CO.
Tho schooner James II. Hruco has
been chartered by tho Matson Naviga
tion Company nnd will sill Wednesday
for Miibiikoua with 1000 tons of gen
enl cjrgo. The Annlo Johnson will
unll the snmo day for Hllo with 12.V1
tons of freight, and Jniiiriry 27 Iho
bnrk Andrew Welch will leave for Ho
i.nlulii. The Andrew WoIcIi'h cargo of
1 noil tons will Incliido 100 tuns of ca-o
REVENUE CUTTER DCLIVERED
The new leveuue cutter Tiirunin.
built by the New York Shipbuilding
(Vinp.uiy, which mil all leqiiliemeiil.i
In'n recent speed luit in Delaware llav ,
wns turned over In Iho Government 011
I) eember 20. pho will proceed tu'ilnl
llmoro to li fitted nut prepaiiiliir) to
leaving for hor station on thu Padflc
THK MAUNA KKA letuined this
morning from Hllo, docking at hei
wjuuf shortly after 7 o'clock. Her
cargo consisted of 1 dog, 3 horses, a
bags corn, 14 empty kegi, 20 li.igi
empty liuttlta, 40 b-irrels empty Int
ties, Hi Inn-els wine. 38 bundles hides,
1 enso chickens, 7 bags nwn, 8 c-isos
celeiy, lu packages vegetables, 2.1
lHgs taio, 21 conls wool, 231 pieces
obla liimhor, His packngOK sundrlea.
PIMIHUR PHILLIPS of tho Mau:n
Ken ii-iiort. tho lollowlng sugar nwall
lug tblpiueiit 011 Hawaii' OI.111, ship
ped nil; Wnlakea, 8000; Wiilnaku 12,.
noo, chipping; Onomna. cooo, shlpiilug;
Popet'kco. 45(10, shipping; Honomii
4'.n; Ilaknlau, S300, Bhlpplug; l.aup.i.
hoehoe. Ill 000; Ooknlu, 4UII0. khlpplng.
Kilkal.iu, 33110; Humakua 3000, P.iau
linu 10,0ml, shipping Houokaa, 10,000,
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,
w 1 JI
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