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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, FEB. 1, 1900,
Oceanic First Denrec.
AH visiting members of tbe
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY IODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovety Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. ' Hall, Tort Street.
13 It llKS'DKY, Secretary.
r 1) w KKE. X. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 in K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort and Herotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttend.
T. II. NUGENT, C. C.
11. GOSLING. K. II, 8.
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, I. P. 0.
E., will meet In their ball on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. Uy order of tho E. n.:
1IENKY C. EASTON,
WM, 11. McINERNY, E. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'
Hall, cor. Fort and Ucretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. At. McGREW, P. C.
E. A. JACORSI3N, K. it. 8
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvonlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
II. T. MOOIIE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of ench month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
A. Tl. AIU.Eiail, Sachem.
A. U. MUIIPUY, C. of p.
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shown in the city. STYLES
and TRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhnrtlt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
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Guaranteed Abstlutoly Pure.
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PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
Kii: St.; P. 0. Box 014.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In the Harrison Mutual Uonovoloot
Association duo Dec. 15, J008, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909. All assess
ments are pnyablo at the Secretary's
office, Kaplolanl Building, King and
Dlank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho llullotln
(T hair is wealth
Js lmlopil. psno-
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hair falls out, is
too (liin. or is loa
ding its color, uso
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and will givo you thick, long,
glossy, and beautiful hair.
Accept no substitute Bo
suro you got Aycr's Hair
Vigor, and prcscrvo tho rich
ness and luxurianco of your
hair to au advanced period
Prwartj it Br. ). & r' C... Itmll, Mm., U.S. A.
Two nuthentte Vnncouvcr letters,
the property of Miss Pcabody, whoso
miccslor, Isaac Davis, Is commcndcil
In them, were presented nt the meet
ing of tlic llnwallnn Historical Socio,
ty last Friday evening.
Tlio election of nfTlcers for tho en
suing yenr resulted ns follows: Pres
ident. Judge A. S. Hnrtwcll; first
vlco president, Prof. V. D. Alexan
der; second vlco president, Governor
. F. Frcar; third vice president,
Bishop Henry llond Hcstnrlck; treas
urer, W. V. Hall, corresponding sec
rcttry, Hcv. V. I). Wcstorvelt; rc
rordlng secretary, A. Lewis Jr.; II
biarluu, Miss Allyn. Tlio above,
with the exception of the librarian,
constitute tho board of directors.
Tleports of ofTlccrs wero read, ns
well ns papers, by W. D. Wcstcrvclt
and Prof. Alcxnmlcr.
MENTAL SCIENCE FIELD
Chicago Clergyman StarU Class to
Teach Laws for the Benefit
CHICAGO. 111., Jan. 10. Tho Ilev.
Johnston Myers has given on expla
nation of tlio objects of tlio ptiyrhn
therapeutics class which ho Is foi til
ing In his church.
"This Is mi oducntlonnl cntcrprlso
fur tho scientific investigation of
mind cure," ha says. "Wo proposo
to cover tho whole field of mentnl
sclctico In Its philosophical, psj etio
logical, historical, medical, iintl re
ligious aspects. The object Is to
bring Into tho homes tho assaults of
tho best- science, 'ho soundest learn
ing, mid th most recent Investiga
tions ii this subject. Tho tlmo Is
near when tho power to heal tho sick
ii.i well iia In cast out devils, may bo
tho test bj which tho usefulness of
tho church may bo gauged. Mental
ntul nplrltunl laws (ire Just as Immu
table as those of tho physical realm.
Evory ono should understand theso
luws and teach them and place In tho
hands of thu pcoplo tho knowledge
with which to heal ntul clcanso them
selves In tho namo of Christ.
"This knowledge will bo nn Inval
uable aid to parents In bringing up
their children; it will help the well
people to keep well and tho sick peo
ple to get well, and It will help tho
.business man to Bticrocd In his busi
ness." Several well-known scientists nnd
Phyilclnn3 will give tho class Instruo
tlona. Tho llrst meeting will bo held
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best enmvine
nnd lithographing company on
the Jt'acitic Coast and u prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
(or smart functions.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Horse, at bargain, broko to ride nr.
drive. Inquire J E, Ilocha, tbe
tailor. Harrison Illdg. 1223-tf
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
. . HONOLULU, T. H.
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King St. near Bethel.
Telephone 70. I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Todav is the best time to find a
high-price customer for your proper
ty. A Bulletin Want Ad. will
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
Tho Alameda loft San Francisco at
noon today and tho Chlyo Maru two
If you aro looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
you'll find thorn.
Charles Ilooth nnd a Hawaiian wero
this 'forenoon Indicted by tho Terri
torial Ornnd Jury.
Tnko your carriage or automoblla
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg. Co., for
Representative Ulhlo or umaina.
Maul, Is In town to see about getting
n breakwater for Lahalna.
Try a Royal Annex Lunch.
Mark Rycroft, of Honomu, camo In
on tho Mauna Kca In response to a
wireless Informing him that his fath
er was III.
Dick Davis of Walluktt, Maul, In
tends returning by Tuesday's Mauna
Ken. Dickey took In the fight and
Coat your Iron roofB with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feod Co.. agents.
Mrs. Robert Lowcrn sttcrcd a had
(nil pomo days ago nnd for a tlmo It
was feared she had suffered curious
Injury. She Is making good recovery.
Wong Wing, a Clilticso chnrged with
keeping n disorderly house, this morn
ing entered a plea of guilty before
Judgo Do Holt. Scntcnco was set for
Judgo De Holt has allowed tho ex
ceptions taken by plaintiff In the caso
of !:. C. Potcrs vs. Geo. E. Smithies to
tho ruling granting tho defendnut's
motion to strike out certain portions
of tho complaint.
A largo bag of gamblers was gath
ered In on Saturday night. Homo eigh
teen Jnpaneso and six Chinese were
orrestcd on Information supplied by
spies. Four separate games wero
raided tho last yielding throe Jnpan
eso and 12.85 In cash.
A delivery wagon bolonglng to May
& Co., carecnod wildly down Fort
street Saturday afternoon behind a
badly frightened horse. Tho wagon
wheels caught In tho street car track?
and tho wagon overturuncd. Tho driv
er escaped with a twisted ankle.
Tho caso of A. Splllner vs. Yokomlzo
tnd other Japanese, Is being tried be
foro Judge Lindsay today. The plain.
tiff asks for Judgment for $1600 for
damages alleged to havo been caused
by blasting operations of tho defend
cnts to a houso bolonglng to him.
"Whllo wo look not at the
things which nro seen, but nt the
things which nro not seen. For tho
things which aro seen nro temporal.
nut mo tnings unseen aro eternal
was the text used by Bishop Chnrlos
W. Smith. D.D., In tho Mothodlst
church yesterday morning.
Tho Supremo Court this morning
dismissed tho exceptions of tho de-
tendon! in tho mo of Wni A sun VS.
Chlng Tain Shcc, executor. Tho caso
of II. F. Dillingham vs. M. F. Scott et
al was set for February It and tho
case of C. T. wider, Tax Assessor vs.
W T. Lucas for February IB.
Tho residents of the Kallhl valley
aro In pressing need of efficient water
and havo sent a petition to Superln
tendent of Public Works Cnmnbcll
There aro thirty-seven signatures to
tho document, end according to tho
Htntomcnts or tlio petitioners tlio nn..
ent condition of affairs Is unbearable.
appetite laiHneT Trv Hovnl Anmr
An Informal exhibition of thn wnrir
(lono uy tno students In tho special
drnwlng course nt tho Collcgo of Iln-
wau was now on Wednesday nftnr,
noon. Tho class, composed" largely of
icucncra. nas worKou witn enthusiasm,
nnd some excellent drawlngsg from
cast nnd charcoal compositions woro
Tho second scmostcr In tho Collcgo
of Hawaii begins today. All of thoso
doslrlng t otnke up work In tho regular
courses of agriculture, engineering or
household economics, or thoso winning
to pursue studies in apodal subjects
relating to theso courses, should sco
tho prosldcnt today and arrango for
their work and classes.
TO STOP TRUSTS
IS NATION'S DUTY
Views of Gov. Johnson of Minnesota
Expressed to University
CHICAGO, III.. Jan. 14 "In tho
Kremlin, fear of revolution blanched
tho check of tho Czar, In tho Unit
ed Stntcs thore Is Bmoke that may he
ranned Into flame."
This statement made by Governor
Johnson of Minnesota to Dr. Samuel
F. Johnstone, formerly bead of the
Department of Political Economy.
Unlvorslty of Wisconsin, was quoted
by the latter In an address before
the Political Sclenco Club of the
Unlyerslty of Chicago,
".The Govornor ,iold. ,mo that It Is
our duty aa agnation to .prevent con-
llagratlpn by, stopping tho tnnnufac
turo of, such ilndammable material ns
th,q, trusts and spoclal privilege,"
said Dr. .Johnstone. "He -snld that
tlio 'price , of .good, coyornment Is good
citizens, .even nt the -sacrifice of par
"Minnesota's executive said that
tho principles of Washington, Jeffer
son, and Lincoln have boon supplant
ed by the Influences of Harrlman, Ar
mour, and Rockefeller, and that
Washington .founded a nation xt
freedmon which now submits to com
Dr. Johnstone said he agreed with
Governor Johnson nnd declared that
equal opportunities and tho abolish
ment of special privileges can only be
brought about by adherence to the
Ideas of such men nB Washington and
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 31. President Roosevelt has written to
Governor Glllctt to the effect that there Is no objection to California en
acting a law to prohibit the holding of Callfornln land titles by foreign
ers, providing that thero Is nothing In tho law to discriminate against the
Japanese. The President protests strongly, however, ngalnst tho passago
of Jaws Interfering with treaties or calculated to give oITcnsc.
I I Si
PRESIDENT WHEELER DENIES JAPANESE STUDENT
BERKELEY, Calif., Jan. 30.
versity has been attacked and drlvlcn
BERKELEY, Calif., Jan. 31.
versity alleges that the attack made
campus on Saturday was not made by
the Incident w-ns n trilling one.
Filipinos In Assembly
MANILA, P I., Feb. 1. Tho Philippine Assembly convened hero
today, being formally opened by Governor Smith. The Governor, in his
annunl message, deplored the widening gulf between the Americans and
the Filipinos, nnd urged that tho two rncrs living In tho Islands develop
n closer unity Tho message criticized tho manner of carrying on tho mu
nicipal government In Manila and th c wny tho city was policed.
SAY PANAMA DAM IS ALL RIGHT
PANAMA, Isthmus of Panama,
accompanied President-elect Taft here, after making an examination of
tho Qatun dam, dcclaro the conditions there and tho progress of the con
struction work satisfactory.
WASHINGTON.. D. C, Jan. 30. The House, nt tho closo of the
week, passed nn appropriation of I7r0,000. for Army experiments with
balloons and airships.
m i mim m
BATTLESHIP FLEET AT GIBRALTAR
GII1RAI.TAR. Spain, Jan. 31.
Dattlcshlp Fleet has arrived hero.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Jan. 30. Ilotha, De Wet, Stein, Jame
son, and other representatives of the four South African states nro con
ferring with a vlow to forming n federation under tho Ilrltlsh ling.
m i i m
FAREWELL TO ROOSEVELT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 30. A Gridiron Club dinner will he
given as a farcwoll to President Roosevelt, Vlco Prcsldont Fairbanks, nnd
many other notables In their ofHcl.il capacity.
ROOSEVELT, ROMAN CITIZEN
ROME, Italy, Jan. 30. It Is proposed to confer Roman cltlicnship
on President Rooscvult In gratltudeol his help to tho earthquako sufferers.
JUDGE THAYER SAILS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jim. 30. R. H. Thayer, successor of Judgo
Wllflcy, has Balled for his post on the Jnpaneso liner Chlyo Maru.
UNDER NEW BANKING LAW
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 30. Tho printing of $600,000,000. cm
ergency national bank currency has been completed.
LAUD HAWAIIAN VIM
E. B. Calvin, vlco president and gen
eral managor of thu 8outhcrn Pacific
railway, at San Francisco, and W. II.
Ilancroft 'of tho Union Pacific, at Salt
Lnko, nro delighted with thulr trip to
"Tho entcrprlso nnd uivto-ilnto moth.
ods of your business men In thoso Is
lands Is a revelation." remarked Mr.
Hoth genoltmcn have been hern for
tho past two weeks, nnd havo certain.
ly gono to tho trouble of investigating
things for themselves. They inndo n
round trip Incognito over tho O. It. &
U system nnd took tho opportunity of
forming their own opinions nt first
Tho Illlo railroad Intorostod tho two
gentlemen vory much, nnd tho meth
ods of handling tho business offered
was tuougnt most economical.
Messrs. Calvin nnd nancrnft. mil.
urnlly took great Interest In tho IB
lands' tallronds, but by no means were
blind to tho sugar nnd plncapplo Indus
tries, Mr. Rnncroft said:
Thn groat nlnoaimln flnt.tu uin.
tholr Immonso outmit nvnrv vr m.,i
tho production of other fruits, will
enuso tho transcontinental railroads to
look olso Into the business of hnulln?
It. Thero Is a great tonnnen nr .,..
ducts to como.out of thoso Islands nnd
is worm worKing ror."
Tho twoigontlomcn sailed ycBtenlay
on tho Mongolia for tho Coast Just
before tho vessol sailed Mr. Bancroft
had a good word 'for Hawaii. "Theso
Islands nro boatttlful and attractive In
over way, and the-hospitality of the
peoplo Is something that one can Imro
ly appreciate. The. Jslands aro hos
pitable In tho extreme "arid oh, well,
I can't .express myself .properly. I'm'
man i camo. ann rm sorry I'm going,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Aliana Co.,
02 S. KING St. PHONE 625.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN T0WH,
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RUN OFF UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
A Jnpnncse student nt the Stnto Uni
off tho campus by University un
President Wheeler of the State Uni
upon n Jnpaneso student on tho
other students. He dcclnrcs that
Jan. 31. The engineers who havo
The FlrBt Division of tho Amorlcnn
THE MIKAHALA, which nrrlvcd
yesterday from Molokal, brought 2060
bags of Olownlu sugar for Wm. (1. Ir
win & Co., 30 head of cnttlo for tho
Metropolitan Meat nnd 49 nigs. To
day, Bho Is nladlng and will lcnvo to
morrow afternoon, sailing nt C o'clock,
,for Molokal, Maul nnd Lanul
THE MONGOLIA, which left nlst
Saturday afternoon at S o'clock for
San Frnnclsco was serenaded by tho
Hawaiian band nt tho Hackfeld wharf
beforo she sailed. Tho passengers. In
cluding n number of the locnl peoplo
were, ns usual, bedecked with lcls.
THE IIRITI8H steamer Romford,
which sailed lust Friday, Is reported
recently ns having been chartered by
J. J. Mooro k. Co. of San Francisco,
THE MAUNA I.OA. returning from
thn Konas, via Maul ports, will arrive
early tomorrow morning. Sho will
dock nt tho foot of Mnunnkcn strcot.
THE MAUNA KEA will loavo for
Hllii tomorrow noon. In tho ntlerminn
the Klnnu will dopart for Kauai. Sho
sails at S o'clock.
THE LITTLE steamer Ke Au Hon.
taking general merchnndlso for thu
storekeepers on Kauai, will loavo this
aiiotnoon nt i o'clock for Anahola.
THE AMERICAN oil steamor W. S
Porter. Captain McDonald, departed
JUBtonlay morning for iGavlota, where
Mio will tako In another cargo of oil,
preparatory to returning to Honolulu.
THE STEAMER Nllhau yesterday
sailed for Hawaii ports. Sho left at
o:15 In the afternoon.
THE IWALANI will lcavo for Ma
hukona nnd other Hnmakua ports to
morrow at S o'clock.
THE U. S. S. 8upply sailed tills
morning ut 10 o'clock from tho Naval
wharf Sho headed .for Bremerton to
THE OIL SHIP Marlon Chllcott loft
yostorday morning at 8 o'clock for
Senator Johnson of Alabama has
gone on record ns tho champion of
linllt" (3fl n 1 n .. If. -
... .miaiuin. iie roso in ma sen
ate recently to condemn the "hnz
Ing" of new members.
1 ' i'?-"-!
Mvvnny . miim - -'
1 ,N FOREIGN POR-Ti f)1 ARRIVED f
Monday, February 1.
SAN FRANCISCO -Arrived Jan. 29:
S. 9. Asia, mlclnlf,7.t, henco Jan. 23.
NEWCASTLE Arrived .Inn. 22:
Ilk, Edinburgh, hence Dec. 13.
YOKOHAMA Balled Jan. 30:
S. S. Tcnyu Mnru, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled .inn. 30:
S. H. Alamedn, noon, for Honolulu.
S. S. Chlyo Maru, 2 p. in., for Hono
lulu. VANCOUVER-Bnlled Jan. 29:
S. S. Aorangl, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Sailed Jnn. 30:
Hktno Fullcrton, for Honolulu.
HII.O Arrived Jnn. 27;
Dktne. T. P. Emlgli, from Everett.
Friday, January 29.
SEATTLE Sailed Jan. 28:
S. S. Hyndes, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 29.
S. S. I.urllnc, from Kuhiilul, Jan. 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sillied. Jan. 29.
Thursday, January 28.
COOS HAY-Arrived Jnn. 27:
Schr. II. C. Wright from Mnhukona
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jnn. 23
S. S. Nippon Mnru, hence.
IlltlSllANE Arrived Jan. 22:
S. S. Miikura, heticu Jan. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 28:
Ilk. Annie Johnson, for Illlo.
GRAYS HARIlOIt Arrived Jnn. 10:
Schr. C. A. Thnycr, henre Due. 21.
IIII.O Arrived Jnn. 20:
Schr. W. II. Mnrstun, from Han
Prior to Jnn. 22: S. S. Enterprise,
from San Francisco.
IIANA Arrived Jan. 27:
, Sclir. Jns. Rolph, fiom San Frnn
clsco. Tuesday, January 26.
EVERETT Sailed Jan. 25:
Schr. Minnie A. Cnlne, for Knhuliil.
I.EITH Sailed Jan 23:
Ship Hon l.ee, fur Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 20:
Schr. Defender, for Hnnolpii
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 20:
8. 8. Alameda, hence Jnn. 20.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 20:
S. S. Siberia, henco Jnn. 15.
IIII.O Sailed Jan. 23:
S. S. Alaskan, for Now York.
Monday, January 25.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled Jan. 23:
P. M. 8. 8. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
POUT GAMI1I.E Arrived Jan. 21:
Schr. Alice Cooke, hence Doc. 23.
SEATTLE Arrived Jan. 21:
8. S. Mlsnoiirlnn, from San Fran
Cisco. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 21:
S. 8. Arlzonnn, from Snllun. Cruz.
Saturday, January 23.
SOUTH 11END Arrived Jan. 22:
Schr. Philippine, beiicu Die. 17.
GRAYS HAUIlOR Sillied Jan. 22:
Schr. Dauntless, for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 22:
Ilk. Albert, from Knannpall.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 17: '
S. S, Elvnstnn, for Honolulu.
PORT LUDLOW Sailed Jan. 22:
Ilk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
SYDNEY Balled Jnn, IS:
S, S. Moana, for Honolulu.
Friday, January 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 22:
8. 8 Chlyo Maru, 11 n. in., hence
KAHULUI-Sallnl .Inn. 21:
8. 8, Lurllno, for San Francisco.
KAANAPALI - Sailed Jan. 20;
Ilk. Nuiinnu, for New York.
Furnished houso for rent. Trent
Trust Company, Ltd.
A Hnwiillaii-lireil horse, broko to rldo
or drive. Is for salu ut n Ij.irualn. Huo
HaVO 1(111 H1irrhnHf.il t lift t lirillin vnl?
See lllshnp Trust Co. bcfiuo making
?uur mini bcieciion,
All automobile muffler, resembling
a hot water heater. Is aihertUoil us
lost. See ail. this Ibsiio.
Tho Tribune I.Vltltltnlll Pen lu nniiin
thing new and good ut the stationery
stoto of Oat & Mossmnn, 70 Meicliant
Btreot, See their choice lino nf nne'i.
Go' to litem's tills week mul i?et ,nmn
of tho clegnnl hosiery nt less thnn jou
would pay nt wholesale. There la ,i
fine, lino of Halo nnd silk hose, plain
The hie cuts In nrlrnn nl llm fiiiiwl.il
dress coodB sale of Hut Kuril Iii-v
Goods Co. brought out largo ciiittds of
suoppers tuts morning, nrd many more
good villous nro still being offered.
Go to Ilium's for tho crentext l.nr.
gains In hosiery this week. Goods
nnvo been marked down nearly fifty
er cent. Excollent vnlues.
A grcnt piano clearance snlo onens
today In tho salesrooms of the Thayer
rinno Co. All tho Instruments mo
In good order nnd tho nrlces nm nil
In favor of tlio buyer.
The Imnortaneii nt iiurltv in r...iu
cannot bo overlooked by tho careful
l.ousowlfe. Everybody knows that
Heinz goods are strlcltv mirr. wiiimui
presorvatlvesc or artificial coloilng or
BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor, $170, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St,
II i"; fry"- Vfii-Mi-r'nVtfi iftii-'ifit i i, in
Sunday. January 31.
8tmr. Mlkrthnln, Plltz, from Molokal
nnd Maul ports, 3 a. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Sack, from Nnwlllwlll,
3:39 u. in.
Sunday, .liinunry 31.
Am. sp, Marlon Chllcott, Andcrmm,
for Guvlotn, 8 n. in.
Am. 8. 8. VI. 8. Porter, McDonald,
for Gnvlotn, 8 n. in.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oness, for Hawaii,
5:15 p. m.
1 SAILING TODAY f
Stmr. hvalnnt, for Mnhukona, G p. m.
Stmr. Mnunn Ken. Frcciunu, for llllu
and wny ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mlknhnla, Plltz, for Molokal
nnd Mnul pints, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klmiit, Gregory, for Kami
ports, IT p. in,
Stmr. Mnuna I.oa, Slmcrson, from
Konn nnd Kail ports, n. in.
C.-A. 8. 3. Moana, from the Colonies,
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, from Moloknl
nnd Mnul purls, January 31. Mr. Prns
scr, I). II. Knliniilello, 13, P. Low, Rov.
II. P. Judd. C. II. Hartwell.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Nawtllwlll.
January 31. Mrs. Leu Kum Ylck, ntul
20 deck. ,
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Per P. M. 8. 8, Mongolia, tor San
Francisco, January 30. Ed Crossett,
Mrs. Eleanor Ilyilc. C J. Goldmnn, Al
fred Jones nnd family. Mrs. Catherine)
Wlndels-Holvert, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J.
McWnln. F. E. Mnllnry nnd wife, J. F.
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1000 WILL BE KEPT AS
CENTENARY OF NOTABLES
Gladstone, Lincoln. Darwin, Tenny
son. Chouin, Holmes, Were All
Born Hundred Years At;o
LONDON, Eng., Jnn 9 It Is pro
I'ctcd to hold In London somo tlmo
In 1909 n unique series of centenary
(elebrntlous of tho birth of bomo
siore of grout men born In 1809, .
The list Includes Gladstone, Lin
coln, Darwin, Mendelssohn, Tenny
son, 100, Chopin, Oliver Wendell
Holmes, Edward Fitzgerald, Kliiglnko
nnd several others almost equally
Cambridge University having Ink-
,Mi tho llrst step In celebrating tho
j tar by establishing u ihiilr nf biolo
gy especially devoted In the study of
the subjects with which tho namo nf
Darwin Is Identified, the Idea Is to
have the authorities of that sent of
learning nrgunlzo an International
union of tho lenders In nil depart
ments of Intellectual activity, which
would be nddresood by tho most fa
mous scholars of the world on topics
connected with the llfo work of thu
geniuses nbnvo named.
Initiatory steps havo been tuken
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wiltten to President Eliot of Hnr-
vnrd, nsMng his opinion und whether
Amorlcnn societies devoted to tho
study of Poe nud Lincoln would re
ceive the Iden favorably.
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