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EVENING nOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, FEU. 2, 1909.
nit a m
Oceanic First Denree.
All visiting members of the
Onler nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of locul lodges
HAKMON'i LOD'iE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvety Monday evening at
7:30 la I. 0 0. P Hall, Fort Stroot.
i;. li. HIJNDRY, Secretary.
T. 1). WICKL. N O
AirvUitlUB brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Vlsltlug
brothers cordially Invited to nttenrt.
1' It NUOKNT, O. C.
It liOSI.INO. K. H. S.
UONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, U. P. O.
E., will meet In their hull on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
Ing. Hy order of the 13. It.:
HENRY C. EA8T0N.
WM. H. McINERNY, E. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
M.II, cor. Foit and llorotnnla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. m. MiC.nnw, c. c.
E. A. JACOIIS1JN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WF.D-
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanln nnd Tort streets.
Vlsltlug Eagles are Invited to at
tend. V. L. FRAZKIJ, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at KnlghU of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. R. ARI.EK5H, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. bf R.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n tor
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King- and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR rnd BUILDER.
PLUMBING nnd FAINTING. '
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
ASSESSJiENT NO. 0
lp the HairlMin Mutual llenevolnot
Ansoslatlon duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 15, 1909. All assess
ments nro payable at tho Secretary's
nltiLC, Knplolanl iiulldlng. King and
Ttlank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc.. innmtfactuii'd by tho lliillolln
Last' nlglit foi' the first time thfl
ololsts, etidmeu. rhortis, and the or
ihestrn all met together at tho Ojorn
House for the first dress rohenital.
"Sonny ' .Cunhn combined nil these
different units Into a harmonious
whole and the result Is more than
grntlMng When the merrymakers
finally appear before thu public,
Sonny" will kurcly come In for u
hi cat big share of appreciation, for
lie has been thu leading factor In ev
r ili'iMrliucnt ot tiiu know.
Tho rowrved-se.it sale began yes
terday morning nt llergstrom's music
kturc and, nlthough thu result wurt
mi) grntlfylng, there nie still a largo
I'limbor of desirable seats. Hut It'
will menu Hint thoso'whu are. run
tcmplntlug attclullug thu Opera
House either next Thursday or Sut-
urdny evening will hnvu to bu very
piompt In securing their tickets. It
will lu money Well spent, for i tlir
whole cast la determined' to out-do
themselves. Hettcr come
. 'PROMOTION WORK
Thu Philippine Contnbulary Hand
was Invited to Washington by the
I'rosldent-clect In order to correct the
Impression reigning In many parts of
the United States that thu dog-oatlng
Igorrot typifies thUiFlllplno, scores of
poor, half-nuked spearmen from lien
giii't have been led from fair to fair
b widc-awaku managers la' thu Unit
ed Stales tu tho detriment of tho Pbli
ipplueu. Toft realizes that he cannot
do much to help tho Inlands so long as
thu view pruvalts that thu Filipino Is
a sangu, wild beyond recall. Ho
hopes that tho tour of tho band will
dispel this flmilon, -nnd It should
Colonel Mark I,, Horsey travels In
command of tho party
Theru has been a big demand for
tickets for both performances nt the
Ilcrgstrom Music Co.,, but there arc
still tunny good teats left. Prices are
2Ge, SOc. 75c and 11.00
OUIll SERVICE GO.
Articles of Incorporation of n new
concern, tho principal object of which
will bo to run restaurants and a laun
dry, havo been tiled with the Treas
urer. Thu articles of Incorporation show
that II. 11. Trent. Robert Murphy,
Lewis D. Reeves, Irwin 11. lleadlu and
Thus. IJ. Robliicon havo formed the
corporation under thu uiimo of "Oahu
Service Co., Ltd.", thu purpose, bf
which Is to operuto restaurants and
lunch stands, to c irr on a steam nnd
hand laundry, engigo tu merchandise
anil real estate business, etc. Tho life
of thu corporation Is set at SO years
and thu (lie Incorporators are 'named
ns directors. The capital stock Is
S1500, divided Into fUtcen 1100 shares,
with thu privilege of extension up to
$15,000. Thu capital stock has nil been
Bubsci Hied, Trent, Murphy and Reeves
each tnklng tlvu shares.
WALDRON NAMES HIS '
Tomorrow morning President Fred
L. Waldron of the Merchants' Associa
tion wilt announce tho personnel, of
the standing committees for tho ensu
ing year. Wnhlron now has tho mat
ter under consideration but has not
wholly nindu up his mind nnd will not
do so until tomorrow.
The program for the hand roncett
to be given nt ThoniUH Square this
evening, will be:
March: Comrades .Talkii
Overture; The Stuugglor'a Ilrlde..
Intermezzo: The Queen of the Hall
Selection: The Ilohemtan Glrl.'llalfo
Vooal: Hawaiian Songs. nr. by.Qerger
Selection: Oliiay Ilarou.... Strauss
Waltz: The Sirens Waldteufel
Polka: A Good Kiss Coote
Thu Star-Spangled Uanner
Investigation of tho sudden death
of Dean -Frederick Howard ot"Drake
University, who was found''"dad, ftif
bed Thanksgiving morning atipes
Molne.s, Indicates that, morphine poti
J.011 ended his life,
1 , , rrr- .. . j. -" n i
King St. near Bethel.
L. AYAU SHOE 'COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
HONOLULU, T. H.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is the best ttae to'iflnd,.1 a
high-prjee customer for your proper
ty. AB u 1 1 e t,i n Wont CAd. fill
Ten good auto hacks. Phone C.
The Uoard of Supervisors will hold
a regular -meeting-tills -ovenlng. I
S, K. Makekau and wlfo camu down
In thu Milium loa this morning.
It. It'.' Hind or'Maliukotin.iHawall, Is
lu. town on business, having arrived
The Inexpensive stocks am attract
ing the attention of buyers In the local
T.-W a Smfil Ittti.v Tiinnli "
. jm HUJU .IIIIK MHHVM,
i A, W. Carter and family booked la
Ion ve u tlic-Maiina Kca today for Wnl
tnou.Hawall, If you nro looking for uny of your
frlcnda go to, tho "Two Jacks" nnd
you'll 'And them. '
T-ako ymir carriage orr automobile'
to Hawaiian Carriage. Manfg. Co., for
up todato repairs.
Dr. and Mrs. V. Scuddcr were arriv
als today In the Mauna. Loa, vtilch
came linearly this morning,
Senator Chlltlngworth was ntridng
thu outgoing passengers In the Mnunn
Kea, whtchiBulled 'at noon today.
Mrs; Hobort lowers' reported fall
was thu result of a misunderstanding
Mrs. Lowers hus exerlenced no re
Coat your Iron roofa with -"Arabic"
You will b surprised at Its cooling
and .preservative properties California
Feed Co.. kgonts. '
Deputy High Sheriff Oeorge Sea has
been confined to his home (or several
days, us be Is seriously 111. He had
a hemorrhage, last Friday
W. A. Notiey, soil of Charles K. Not
loy, left for his home In Hamuk'ha, Ha
wall,. today. Hu wa accompanied by
his sister, Mrs. W 11. I Icon. "
Uo to Illom's for the greatest bar
gulps In hosiery this week. Goods
have been -marked -down nearly fifty.
per, cent. Excellent values.
Judge 1)0 Bolt's Jury yoBtcrday re.
turned a verdict of guilty In the. case
of Francisco Catro, a Porto Rlcau
ihsrgod with burglary lu the first de
cree. United States Deputy Marshal ChL
llngworth, who. It is said, resigned his
position, left In tho Mauna Kea today
to accept a position In tho Kahulul
Appetite failinpt Try Royal'Annex.
bumunu nan, cierK or tnu uecon
Circuit, Maul, arrived today in tiio
Mauna Loa. This morning he hail a
long conference with Judge Klngsbury
who has been -appointed Circuit Judge
Mr. A., K'nndscn y. lit unsak tonight
on "'Personal' Magnetism" ,beforie the
Honolulu Branch, of (be Thepsophlst's
Society. -The-. meeting will tako -place
at 7:4S o'clock In. the Knplolanl build
ing,. and nil Interested are cordially In
The puhlUhpd report, that. Captain
V, a. Fay would 'retire from -active
service In ,1940 Js .erroneous; .The
captain, win not retire until throe
yearn' later, namely: .1943. lid ex'
peqts to engage In chicken-raising
then. If tlieru etlll should be a de
mand for-eggs and broilers.
When work -will begin on the per
manent ppst at Lellehun Is a matter
that has not been definitely decided.
us far as local officers are uware., Tho
present quarters are very comfort
able, und, thoUgh no long delay Is
likely to occur. It Is not thought nrou
nblo that- the Government will begin
construction Work with uny undue
(Continued from -Pag t)
that she be allowed to Join with Ha
wallan Trust Co. 'In the potlllon for
probate Anderson stated that thctc
iwaa bq objection ito this, an loug as
hlu: client din noUIn any way com m It
Itself as to who should bo ptopcrly ap
pointed qb -executors, 'as this question
vould'bc raised later on. On this und
erstanding themotlon w-as.KrAnted.
Thompson and. Davis took thu stand
and testified as- to tho property, value,
heirs ondldeath of the testatrix, un,t
also to the-fact that tho will offqred
or, probate was actually tho last Will
made by Mrs. Campbell JParkei Fre"
Harrison nnd-A.iM. Rrown tecttflcd as
wltnoEBOB to the-will -Tho will was
then admitted to'probate.
The petition of MIbs' Campbell td be
executrix 'Jointly with the Hawaiian
Trust Co. was then, taken up. It being
contested by the Trust Company' The
section of the will undor which the pe
titioner claimed she wan entitled to the
appointment, came up for construc
tion, but after considerable argument
thu 'petltlorr was denied. An appeal
wa'sttakonjto tho Supreme Court.
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tEnterl''fbriSecorrl.Feb. 1, 1009,
Frbfti'JD;30la.im. to 4 p. m.
Moke, Nanlanll'UT-K P Kupaka.w.D
Wm'Q'alllgherjby atty to Mlsn She-
Margaret S Taylor and hsb to
Illshop Trust Co Ltd ..AdtlChgo
Manocl Frcltns Jr to Hoomanawa-
nul (w) ,Rel
Mary K Kalelklnl and hsb to John
Prom 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. , .
K Kobayashl'ito- Robert' JHnd. ,qjl
L'dlth M W lllackman and hsb to
Frederick O kHllor , . ,U
Frederick C Miller and wf to Wes
tern & I lawn Invst Co Ltd...lM
Sun Lee Tal Co i.. .CoPdIthBcBEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
CARSON CITY, Nev., Feb. 1 .-- fhe Nevada State Legislature, lu
committee of the whole, today reported favorably on the adoption of nn
untl-Japaucse resolution, which crltljlres President Roosevelt nnd desig
nates 'the Japanese as parasites on (fie world and a menace to civilization.
'I lie resolution recommends 'that California pay no nlteullou to the coei
cloa and the Interference 'of the President In tho pas-uigu of thu null
Japanese measures before tho,Cnll(qrnlu Legislature.
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NEWBERRY SAYS FREQUENT OIIANOES
RETARD RR0ORESS OP NAVY DEPARTMENT
. WASHINOTON, I). C Feb, l.tr-'Seerctary of thu Navy jN'owlienr, In
answer' to questions asked hi in today by members of thu Setiutu Com
mittee on Nnvul Affairs, stated Hint the frequent changej lu the Secre
taryship of the Department were- largely responsible for the lad; of prog
ress In the Navy.
WASlllNOTON, O. C., Feb. lr
otdercd to the Philippines to relieve
Department of the Visions, headquaiters tit Manila, and llrlgudier Gen
eral ,1'otts Will relieve tlrlgadler (leiieral C. L. Hodges of the Department
of. Mlmlnnnu, headquarters nt Hollo.
DARIN0 HAN'S MEMORY HONORED
Another order names onu of the batteries lit l'oit Upton thu Sol
fridge llnttery, In honor of Lieutenant Sclfrldge, who was killed recent
ly In an aeroplane accident. In which onu of the Wright brothers wn-i
SOUTH AFRICAN DEADLOCK
CAPK TOWN, South Afrlcn, Feb. 1. The convention of KoirOi Afri
can leaders here to consider the queulon of a confederation of thellrlt
jsh States Is In a dendlock over the question of the loeiitloii of thu capital
of the confederacy
A new modern houtc Is offered for
solo cheap. Sec ad this Isbiic.
Nlcoly furnished housekeeping room
oppostto Kamchamehn School at Knll
hi is offered for rent.
A new method of cleaning hats Is
In use nt tho Kxpert Hat Clcnncrs on
Fort Btrcet opp. Club Stnbles. Try
Autolsts should seo thu couox
rlanKi-u for nutu Inmns nt Lowers &
Cooke s. They nru sclentincaily uo-
signed tn give the clearest,, fullest
would jay at wholesale. Tbero Is u
flno line of llslp nnd silk hose, plain
Smoke tho Owl Uc cigar for com-
fjlete satisfaction lu a nickel cigar.
It's-a good xmoke.lf not u high-priced
HZ2?J J?: Al ,m"t & C01
Kliurnfid Furl streets.
You will find tho preltlost vnlen
tines, tho funniest comics, and tho
most original valentine novelties at
the Hawaiian News Co., Alexander
Young building. Prices from 2c. up.
The familiar "palm, trade mark up-
pears on every uona iiuu uocumeni nnu
. . . . . ...!
advertisement of the Hawaiian Trust
Co., Ltd. It Is tho symbol of Intt - K -
rlty. reliability and long business ex-
Our ernvenctto coats aru Just tho
thing for rainy wear. They are hand.
some, warm, and rnlnprooi. Can bo
worn as ovoreoatB or raincoats, hh you
chooso Tho Kash Co., Ltd.. lort mil
flnrrey's Photo &. Art Shop has gone
more extensively Into fine pictures and
mouldings than any similar store has
ever donobeforo In Honolulu. Anyone
niii-iuiin in i.o B. n...,...., n.v.-
tho new lino Just opened.
APPEARED TO THE
POPE IN VISION
Joan, of Arc Alleged to Have Brought u tomorrow, morning. Is expected
Pontiff Words of Encouranement. toloavo this port for Vancouver In the
liifternmm. Her freight for Honolulu
Rome, Jan. 7.-r-Tho Itallu publlslies Is very light, und she will have enomsli
iv reirt nthlch has caused a bciisntlon accomniodatlons for about thirty pas
In ecclesiastical circle that Joan of wniww. desiring tojeavo lu her.
Are recently appeared In a vlsllon to j Tm:. sTIJAMGIl NUIinu. which nr
tho Pope and addressed to lilni solemn rved thlu morning from Hawaii,
words of encouragement, exhorting brought G4 hoad of cuttlu and 1.1
him to continue his present policy cales. She Is now loading and will
which she promised would shortly lia'a" proliaujy tomorrow iifternoon.
crowned with triumph. ,,, ,,,.. ?;. , . ...
lt was whlltf the Pone was enunced THE MIKAIIAIM. which goes tu
It was wime. ne ,J ope was ennged jjolokal, Maul imd l.anal, will leave
In devpntiprayer aud meditation In his ,,, afu.rmx)l, nt c -clock. She Is
prlvate;orutory.)mmodlattly after tho kchcduled to return Sunday morning,
ceremony of reading tho decree of , lea
betitlficatrouvthnt tho apparition Is' TUB MAUNA KIJA sailed this noon
i-nld to havo appeared. It was noticed fcr ,I110- carrying mall for Maul lui-l
that when tho Pou camo out of tho
oratory ho was' very pain and for sev
irul days matutulncd a marked sil
ence. Emma Goldman, anarchist queen,
and Ren L. Reltmnn, her aid, are new
ly charged by San Francisco police.
Commissioner Lane orders Wells
Fargo Bxpress Co. to glye Informa
tion nbout earnings.
tai. nr n-lt,n ..! iio- ....."
I.,.,,, ,,, .oinu,, m.,o ....o mnru
iu preiiy noino curepiuuy,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W.rfW.' Ahana Co.,
fi2 SirraO ST. I PHOWCB2B.
- Jap Apation s
llrlgadlqr General Carter lins been
llrlgailk-r.Genernl A'. L. Mills of the
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
The following n fleets the List of
Lights and Fog Signals, l'aolllo
Coast, 1908, page C8, No. 314 I List
of Lights, lluoys, und D.tymarks,
Twelfth Lighthouse Subdlstrlct l'JOtl,
Cvconnut Point Light Station, llllo
Harbor. Formerly locnted on the old
government wharf, nt the foot ' uf
Wnlumienue street, llllo, nnd about
400- feet southerly fiom Cocoa nut
Point, westerly side of llllo Hay.
easterly shore of the Island of Ha
January nil, 190!i, this light was
rcnioved from the. old Government
wlinif and estahllshrd, nliont 30 feet
above the rou,!d I 30 feet above
""" '"h ". wime wihuhj
open Iron tower, with red ImBo and
lied roof, located about CO feet north
,,r the former location of the light,
,Tn, ,,.,.. i ,,,..., in Tin. rluirnrter.
etc f , ,,. rpmalllg imchanged.
Uy order of L Lighthouse Hoard:
STANFORD IJ. MOSF.3,
Lt, Comdr., II. S. N., Assistant
to the Inspector, 12th L. II.
THU MAUNA LOA arrived this
1.i .,.. ,i, K-im ,i, uni
10rw ie(nR having n good list of
, ,,aBHciiRora she brought thu following
cnrK. 20 bags coffeu, 210 bagi Jnil
I UXWHU tnr0i jj" lugs bi!ans, 2 bags nwa,
c ,UK BlllKtir 15 b4Ka ulnlty )(,ttt.Hi
3 ,,,,, loijacc)i 83 Uunclioa bananas,
I0 iMlei or.,BeBl r, casus oranges. 17
lnlrri.)8 llrlc( ,, 3 Cilllcll ,,,.,,.,, ,, B
(.a8),8 ,,1,,. a Kai; eggs. 133 pieces
I koa lumber, 2111 bundles lildeH, 9 crates
,.i,i-i,u i ,,,. n,,, t-i i,.,,i ni,,
- ,c y , ,B i7B H;iry packages!
iilrker Frlel reported that the Pahal.i
MIM MarM KrlMnK February 1st.
T10 roiiowing hiignr on I Inwall is ready
, ror liiinient: llonokaa 13.00. Kukul.
linelc 1000, Paauhau lOlin, Pnauilo
V2T1, Kukulau 3U0O.
TUB MOANA. arriving (mm tiie Col.
Hawaii, She will leturu o'nily Salur-
JJ'HB-TIJNVO MARU of the Toyo
Kluen Walihi, v. Ill leavii this port for
San Francisco on tho Kth, Shu will
THE IWALANI sailed nt noon today
fqr Mahiikona, Hawaii, She look u
large consignment or general cargo,
rrut. if iMA it ...in i...... .i., ......u
V"-(V.""V " ". " ""' "" '"-'-
noon lor Knuni uniiiin' nt r. nvinok
HARVARD CUTS OFF MIDDIES.
Annapolis, Md., Dec 21. Tho close
athletic relations which for soverul
yoars past havo existed between liar
card nnd the Naval Academy hnvo
been brought almost completely to an
tin!' by tho fact thut tho Crimson base
ball squad wll not practice on the
academy grounds this spring, ns It
hasl done for years, nor wll Hie crew
row there, It lu not cm tain that a
lacrosse team will bo Bent from Cam-
' bridge this spring or a football eleven
' ,lex' fa".
IN FOREIQN PORTS
' ' Tuesday, february 2.
SAN' I IIANCIHI'O Sailed lib I
! Kchr. J. II. llruce for Mahiikona
SAUNA CRUZ-Arrived .Inn 3d
8. S. Toxnn, fintn llllo .lun 17.
II 1 1.0 Sailed .Inn. 2l:
II. S. Vlrgliilan, fur Salliia Cm.
Monday, February 1,
HAN FRANCISCO Ariheil Jan. 20:
I S. S. Asia, mldiilclit. hoiiro ,lnu. 2.1.
N IJ WO A ST Li: Arrived .Inn. 22!
Ilk. F.riliihurgh, helicu Dec. 13.
YOKOHAMA Hailed Jan. 30:
S. S. Ten j ii Mum, fur lliiuuliilit.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled .Tim. 3il:
H. S. Alnmodn, noon, for lloiioliiln.
S. S. Chlyo Mam, 2 p. in., fin- llimo
VANCOUVKR-Salled Jan. 2!l:
S. H. Aiirangl. for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Bulled .Inn. 30.
llkllie Fullertull, for llonoliitil.
Illl.O Arrived Jan. 27:
Ilklne. T. P. Kmlgh, from Kierett.
Friday, January 29.
SKATTl.i: Sallul Jan. 2K:
!!. S. II):iilon, rnr Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 2i.
K. S. I.urllnu, fiom Kahulul, Jan. 21.
SAN FRANCISCO - Sal ud. J.iii 211.
Thursday, January 20.
COOS HAY- Airbed Jan. 27:
Schr. II. ('. Wright lioiu Alaliiiltmu
YOKOHAMA Arrhed .Inn. 23
S. S, Nippon Mnru, hpiri.
HRISIIANH Arrived Jan. 22:
S. S. Makura, hence Jan. 'J.
SAN FHANClSCO-Snlh-d Jan. 2S:
Ilk. Annie Johnson, fur llllo.
OKAYS IIAR1IOR Arrived Jan. Ill:
Schr. O. A. Thaer, heiu-o Dee. 21.
HII.O Arrived Jan. 211:
Schr. W. II. Murhtun, from S.iu
Prior tu Jan. 22: S. S. Hulei prise,
from Sail Frnm-Jsiu.
IIANA -Arrived Jan. 27-
Schr. Jns. Rolph, fmiii S.m Fiau
eiaco. Tuesday, January 23.
F.VLItr.TT Sailed Jun 2l-
Schr. Minnie A. Calne, lor Kuliuliil.
I.KITH Sailed Jan 23:
Ship lli-n Leu. for Honolulu
SAN FltANCISCO--S.il i-l .I'm 21'.:
Schr. Defender, for Himntpu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 20:
S. S. Alameda, hence Jan. 2 '.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jan. 2:
S. S. Siberia, liruce Jun Hi.
IIII.O S.illed Jan. 23:
S. M. Alaskan, for New Yoik.
Monday, January 25.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Jan. 23.
P. M. 8. S. Mnnchurl.i. for Honolulu
PORT tIAMlll IJ- Arrlied Jan. 21:
Schr. Alice Coiike. heliee Dee. 23.
61-JATTI.i: Arrived Jan. 24:
S. S. MIsBourlau, from San Fran
SAN FRANCISCO-ArrlMMlJ.ui 21:
H. S. Arlzunaii. friim Salln i Cm..
Saturday, January 23.'
SOUTH 1IIJND- Arrived Jan. 22:
Schr. Philippine. Iieurc Doe I".
(lltAVK IIAItllOR Sail -d Jim 22:
Schr. Dauntless, for Honolulu
MRS. MAGKALL TO
TEACH AT COLLEGE
Mrs. llruce McV. Mucl.all has boon
engaged us Instructor In voice nt
Onhu College. With Mis. Mnek.ill,
wlioye talents nre hu well known In
Honolulu, us teacher lu voice. Mlsa
Rogem In class nnd cliorm singing
Miss Shellleld lu piano, Mlrs Clarke In
piano mid organ, Mm. Ingalls lu violin
thu college bus an imusii.ill) strong
department of music.
WILL PUT ON SKETCH
ENTITLED "JOHN D."
Sinclair Writing Play Giving Rocke
feller View of Himself
Upton Sinclair proposes tn give
plnjgooiH u icullatlc picture of John
I). Rockefeller In a socialistic euvll-
"I I'm staging u one-net play in
tltled 'John D.'" said Slni-luli-, "and
I want to hear fiom an uclur who
looks like him to tuke the li.il t."
Having recontly illmnoil himself
ftom the rank of novelist or puhli
clbt, Sinclair IniH "ihoson the ilrain.i
as u meaiiH of kii calling KoelulUtle
doctrine. "Pilm-e Ilngiin," u fiiutas
tlc dramn of hozinllstlc Inleut, wna
produced fur the llrst time nt the Va
lencia Theater. Now Sinclair pro
positi In liiMidu u slightly dllTulent
"I urn working out n plan to put
three one-art plays on tho htago with
a company which I have chosen und
drilled myself. They nre Miclullsl
plays und I Intend to put the com
pany on thu load. Thu presentation
of Hie play 'John I).' will he Ihor
(Highly good-natured," Sinclair as
serted, "Ju It the oil king is shown
to bo greatly Interested iu the hot-lnl-Istlc
view of himself. Iu the end he
In left appalled before the vision of
the Impuiidlng lowilutlon."
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.'
'HE CHARLES D. WALKEHS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
Tuehdjj, l-'cbi-uary 2,
Stmr Mauna Lot, Slmersim, fromt-
Koua and Knll ports, n Ju '
Stun- Nlllinu, Ouoss, from Hawaii
0 n. in.
Tuesday, February 2.
Hlmr. Mnunn Kea, I-'ieenian, fen- lll.o
nnd way (HirtH, 12 noon.
Slmr. Mlkahah, Pllt. for Muloknl
nnd Maul pons, r i in.
Stmr. Kliiau, tlu-goiy, for Ki-.ual
ports, u p. in.
S. H. Mo.ina, from the Colftnle.i,
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Mannii Loa, Slinersoii,
from Kona nnd way ports. Feb 2. I-J.
II. J.imlesi'ii und wife, Mrs. It. Harris,
Mrs. S. 11. Phillips, MIsh T. Kahiiole,
.1. IJ. RudgeiM, .1. (I. C. De Jaeger. It It.
1 1 1 ii.). S, K. Makekau und wife, Mrs.
Joe tlnsper, C. L. Ileal. J. l'nurier. J.
Ktihauuaele, Abe Kah.iuu-iele. Kil Mil
ler, II. It. Wurimiunii Mint M Acker-
liiauii. Mrs. W. M Mrtjimld. II Horn.
T. O'llilin. Mm J. I.liieilu. Mim W
Kamaiia. A. .Iniies. I-l. II. Hart. J F.
Welch. R. J. K. Nawahlne and wife,
Itiiv. t). Nawahlne, Miss L. Nawahlne,
II. Ilimoll, Mm. D. Seudder. Rev D.
Sriiililor. tl. Tim Dong. V. J. Yuten,
M. C. lie Mellu, (1 Sunnila. Win Wld
i- and Ml ill ek.
j PASSENQER3 DEPARTED "
Per fclmr. Mauna Ke.t, Fieeman, for
llllii mid wa) ports noon, Feb. 2 I
M. Dow. It. A. Jordan. Mrs lleen, W
A. Notley. II. W. M. Mist. Or Sexton,
Ml km Alice Cany. lls Minnie tier
mini Mis. A. Mneklntih. Miss (1
MacKliitosli, .1. W Do) le.lt .lohustiine
A W. Caller and famll.i H. .lai-olisrii.
Mh.s .1. I.onnoii, Mlvii Kamohae, Sam
V. Kaki-lako, tlong Chock. Mrs. M
Ki'iu. Or. .Iiidil. W. (' Moon-, J. I),
I'.ul.ikiu, Mrs. .1. I). I'n.lakln. Mm. It.
l.-.iinhoil. Mih. I.. Li i-f nnd two ('till
dun. I IIojci- und wire. II M. Rick
anl. MIssch Rlcknid (2). II V Itrowii
mill wife. S. W. Miller, wife and child.
W. A. Ilaldwlu. (1. J. Dyer. J S Porter.
IJ. F. Hall. C. N. Spiers. Samuel Smil
ey. Rev. C. II. II. IIIimis. S C Smith.
Mr. Ilarrett, S. Durller. tl W Ream
or mitl wife, Miss IJ. W Thompsnii,
Mlys Jessie Iteamer, A W. N-ile und
wife. J. A. Il.irirol.l, II I. Alilmlge. J.
I ' " : !
Per ilmr. Kliiau. (Ireguri fr Kauil',
Feb. 7, Ti p. m- Mr Mulr. IJ A Kniiil.
ion nnd wife. Mlis Whltb. e!i. MIsh
Smith, .1. W. Wadman, Ubliop Smith,
lt. Iveis. II. St. (Iii.ir A. Ilauneberg,
D. I.. Austin. W. A. Kinney
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Plltz, Tor Mo
luUai, r, p, m. Feb. 2.-Mr. Sinllh. Mm.
Lewis and two ehlldieii.
Tue.iil.iy, Feb. 2.
Temporal uros i; a. m, nil, s a. in,,
7l; in n. in.. 72: iiikiii, 72; morning
Ilarometer, S n. m.. 3 08; aleuilut i
humidity. 8 n. nt., I Mi8 gralnn per
cubic foot; lol.ilhn hunilillty, S n m.,
HI ier cent: dew p'llnt, s n. m., Btl.
Wind a. in., velocity 10, direction
IJ.; S ii. m., velocity 12, direction N.
IJ.: 10 u. in., iflority II. direction i: ;
noon, veloclly 12. direction l-J.
Itnlurall dm lug 21 hours ended 8 n
m.. .03 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
houiH ended at noon, 238 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Wenthor Iliircau.
TO RACE CONNOLLY
Alfred Shrilbb. who is culil to be the
gienlc-Bt long-distance miner lu tho
world, may be n Marathon uttractlon
hero very hhnrtly, ns Joe Woodmnn li
tijlnrs to get the llostonlan to visit
IIiIh coast mid iippear lu u match racu
r.g.ilili-t Connolly, the local rrnck.
Woodiiian Ih iictliig us the repri'
i.eiilnllve of Sam llerger. who ha.i
brnnehed out Into the Mar.ilhou bus)
neas Willi a vengeance. Not content
Willi arranging for u big open com
petition nice on Fuhru.iry 7, llerger
wants tu tlgn up Slniibb to race Con
null) two weeks after the other eveul
Or course, such u match depends upon
tho outcome of tho HosIoiiI.iii'h iae
with Longboat lu New York und tho
Iilshman'ii illuming lu the Maralhou
I'lomoli'i- llortpr Iiiih Just lerclvml
Ilio intry of William Stanley, tho
elmmploii loiigdlstuncu runner of Urn
Angeles, to his Muiuthon race. Stan.
Icy is highly thought or iu the South!
nnd his friends there look for him ti1
tnl.e the meui.iiie of Connolly mid thoj
lest of the cracks who will compete.
Connolly Is very anxious tu bavol
"Soldier ' King tilgnlfy his wllllugiieijl
to compete In tho big race, mi the !
iller has been doing quite u lot uf talkTI
Ing, but ns yet hasn't signed uuT
King Is ono man that Connolly wnntgj
Urntipli fif f iinirnn uf 1iii.il.... Ti
nlzed lu Ileikeley and nctlvo cams '
pnlgn commenced. Si' V
San Jnse'o city treasury onlorod'-i''
iloseil when treuauiei's liiindsntcu-
Stmiford seniors cliooro ofllcora by
uixiiiiiiaiiou mi- nun time, in matviy
W. Z. I