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EVENING DUlllBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY. FED. 8, 1009.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular, S p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg.
All visiting members o( the
Order are cordially Invited to
nttend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY "LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cveiy Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Tort Street.
E. U. III:M)11Y, Secretary.
F 1) WICKE, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P.Hall,
corner Fcrt and lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
1' 11. NUGENT, C. C.
H. G03L1NO, K.,H. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0.,E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 810, 13. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort 8treet every Friday even
lly order of the E. R.:
HENRY 0. EA3TON.
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Win. M'KINLEY I0D0E No.8, KofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Bcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. SI. McC.REW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOnSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, 7. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall,, corner
Cerctania and Fort streets.
Vlsltlug Eagles are Invited to nt
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets evory flrit and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
A. R. ARLEIQH, Bachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of'R.
The best assortment ever j
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUli EVERY
Leave your order for a bos t
of Lchnlmrdt's Candy, Fresh A
only at !
Corner King and Fort Streets.
.Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTINO.'
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
' King St.; P. O.JoxOU.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In the Harrison Mutual llenevoloot
Association due Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909. All assess'
me nt a nre payable at the Secretary's
office, Kaplolaql Uulldlng. King and
,I3lank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc.) manufactured by tho Bulletin
SHOPPING NEWS I
- t li4
Ilonnct'8 guaranteed taffeta Bilks
aro.'sdld onlj bblera, J J
AVomli'motmtdd'wIth carvod gold, Is
advertised as lost, See ad.
Tlio names of the nowly elected offlf
corn of Ilcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd., hro
printed In this Issue.
Finn leather loose leaf moino and
price bdoks, celhilold donitnoes, and
new World Almanacs at Oat &. Moss
man, iff Merchant Street", near tho post
Malthold Hoofllng Is the cheapest
and best roofing made" today. It keps
jour houso cool, and makes It safe,
Wo guarantee It absolutely, von
llamm-Young Co., Ltd.
The big cut price sale of broken
lines anil odds and ends at Sachs'
brought out crowds of shoppers today.
Nearly everything In this sale Is go
ing at half price and less.
Consider 'the cost' of burning wood
or coal a id then buy n gas atove. Thd
expense vMI nccr bo large and you
can heat water In ''no'ftlmo." Hon
lulu (las Co., Ltd., lllshop street.
Tlie're Is a good road all the way to
Ilnluhva' and a good time at the end.
Automobiles will find no plcasantqr
route oil this Island for an hour's! spin
hnd a goo'd dinner with wl'ne It do-n-lrcd.
Our bojs' and men's shoes are nqt
quite old enough to be' mannish, or
young enough to rnpko a boy a child.
They are built In styles to become, (lie
youth, Prices $3 anil (4 at the Mc
Inurny Shoe Store. "'
Splendid real estate bargains In Col
lege Hills, Puupueo Tract, Kalawal
and Kalnmkl. Some of the 'finest
building lots In these districts at low
eBt prlcos. Watcrhoust Trust Co.
Fort and Merchant strcci
SOUNDS FROM MW
While Honolulu Is singing II. E,
Cooper's name to the tune of 'Second
Federal Judge, the echoes that reach
Nauaf sound more llke''Antonlo Perry
or Abe Lewis thitn anything else,
lloth of them are pretty gibd "men' as
far as lawyers go and would ndt dis
grace the office. Garden Island.
Judge Roblnson"thts 'morning an-
pointed William Savldge. Job Batchel'
or and V. M." Ha'rrls6n aripralse'r of
tho estate of Ida SchaJTer, deceased.
William Savldge, M. T. Slmonton and
James 8. Fox wero apiiotiited to ap
rralse the estate left by Ino fate Gull
Our 1909 Model. G
VHL BE HERE IN TWO WEEK!
OUR CHALHERS-SETROIT CAB
has fulfilled all nromiiei,
We are agents for tLe ftntoui
Our expert on magneto!, itoruc
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of BeDtirtnii
Sfnrnp BnttnV" ' UrJ-l
Convex .Glasses :
1 F.P,R i
,AutQ Jkainps :
jtre scientifically designed to
give" the" fuUe'st," clearest, and,
steadiest light; lhey are cor-a
rect in every curve.
rv- We.MVe'.theni'.in ti sizes.
,Autp Lacquer . .!
for covering all brass parts of '
a macnine. ii protects tne
brass -without dulling tho
Lewers & CQp.He
177 Soutrj King SljPhone 775.
X. AYAU.SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
.HONPIULU, T. H.
-Today -is, the bet,time,to,lftd i
high-price putomer' lor your tfrbpwj
r. A A.Ulieiltt.WUT Al, WUI
nd.hlm.'1" "" ' "
Ton vnnA nhtrTKfiftltM PhOfli fi.
F. V7 Pease Is booked to leave for
Molokal 'tomorrow. In the steamer. MI-
'kiWift'' "f V.lt 'J! f'".V,
Take .your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co.. for
tpHa'tote repairs? t "' -
Mr. ana; aira.,E. a- lynuusen are
booked' to leave In tho Klnau 'tomor'
row-aftcnoort foWKattal. ' v
(1. FArf&ho;etjitrr of t(ic A Setta,
a PoruRue'se paper"6T Hllo, Is InJ'town
to ntteiid the1' Legislature. J
0. C. 'Ellis, formerly connected with
the Paradso ofthe Pacific, arr'lyod on,
tnc Aqrangijron), Vancouver,
Try a Royal Anna lunch. '"
Cost your iron roofs with .'Arabic.''
Yoir'wl be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative 'propettlea California
Feed' Co.. agent. y " '
On InBUllments of 3 per month yqu
can purchase atWhlto Family Rotary
sewing, machine, Uonnr ft, Co., Ltd.,
nfcfot.UMFort Be' 'fioni m.
Pp.- Pr IrrfvJn and wife arrived In tho
Aprangl'-'MZfrwltf returns to Hono
lulu to accept a position on the II u 1
lot In stiff.
'A former manager 'of tho Seaside
Hotel, A. J. Stout, camo In on the
Aorangl, Stout, has been In tho hot'e)
business In Seattle,
J. D. McVeigh, superintendent of tho
i,ettloment at Kataiipapa, Mo(6kdl, 'will
rutlirn'lo'hls beadquartera In the M
kanala tomorrow aftepioon.
W. D.- Mf IJrydq', who hait been doing,
sdme business 'here, will, return iq
Kauai tomorrow afternoon. Ho lias
boqkedlo enll'lri tl)eu"l?lnau at 6
6'olpck.' - ,
Tie rnpmberis o the Bant. Louis Co);
oge';Aumnrar'o'rofue8lod,tb meet at
Aluroni'lfall thls evening 'it 7 q'cloclj
Jby'thctr lasjt roijHtts'lo the n'ni-
A. O.Ora'nV. ii one tlnle employed
wjth tho Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co'., arrived from ' Seattle yesterday.
Ho wll 'take cliKrge b( tho repair do
partpicnt of the' same company.
.Appetite failing f Try Royal Annex.
Heo Fat, the r'co king of Kapaa,
Kauai, who succeed'cdtln getting con
trol' of threo town1 lots' at the auction
last week, Is preparing to put up sub
stantial buildings on them In tho neat:
f utqro. ' '
In the matter of J. J. Byrne" vb!
Charles Dakcr. the plaintiff ha filed
n uivuuii fur uu uruer airecimg inQ qe
jfendant 'to appear before tho .courtjo
bo examined as to what debts are ow-
1,16 H MliU.
P. Mackenilo. known as "Mac" from
onecnd of Hawaii to the other, passed
inrougn uonoiuiu in tne Maru. He
and' Oil Patten", brother of H. N. Pat
ten of Hllo, nro together In business
Kaolela Kelllhojokal was this morn
Inggranted a divorce by Judge Rdbln.
son from nor lumband Kelllholokal up
on her'showtng"torttiocburt' that he
Tiad deserted her and failed to provldo
her with a living.
Chas. A. Stoble, an old IIIlo Identity,
has returned to tho Islands to edter
the banking business once morel
Stoble' 'was for ionic years with the
Bank' of into. Ho now Joins (be staff
of the First National.
Upon petition of. David Kahamaniii
,Kalmo, Judge Robinson this morning
appointed w. R. Castle administrator
or the estato of Erfzabeth'lpuhao Snlf
fed,'dec'6a'so'd! Th'8'vilue of tho estato
Is approximated ut (6000, principally
ttlQH SHPfflFF, DEAD
George Sea 'lidead.
.That Is ajientenceUUtjwni bring
sojirow to niariy ijeopleiyhqtlkneW'th'iJ
mnnwho f,or, flyer jrafa ui (Deputy,
High Sheriff of j'the jttjlfbry of lia--wall
and who wasonerth'e most dN
faille and courteous otfjvlals.aiid'nioDt
Indefatigable. workers .Wbb.'flverlsefv-
fi (he people qt'tht'terfltory.
ueorge nea ia yes;eraay morn
ing after an,)llneVthat,' In Its' s'erl,-'
ous .phase, Jiad ,'Jasted fenly , about a
week,' Hut for Myeral',yeara e'aa
a sick.qan, belng autre'fer from, tu
berculosis, adttaty 'times was bbligJ
fid ia rlvn'un hliiSinrk fAlnnrarllv in
ness, However, he always;lnslsted up
on ,flolng all the work he'oulil. '"I
had hard work to keep George from
tt-ylngfa do.too much," was the tes-
uiiiumni u. iud 4(B,t ,ivi,(4 villa
Mr. Sea 'was born In Honolulu about
35 years ago and received his educa-
llornieYeT" lfo'Waa A, ricWsfiaper car
rier as a boy. Later ho was a clerk In
the Judiciary (Jejajtmejit and after
wards" wa'a.corinectBdVitnVtho police
department. At one time he was Dep
uty Sheriff at ,Walanae.Oahu. HJs
rattier, years ,agd, waB a newspaper
writer In Hdnblulil. The "uec'e.'aso'd
leaves a widow. The funeral will be
held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning'
from tho Roman Catholic cathedral.
BN FRAN9I8C0, Calif., Feb. 7. President Roosevelt Bent a telegram
today to, 6oerno'r Q'llletdjn which he sharply criticized the' present null
Japanese attitude of Senator George C, Perkins of California. The Presi
dent charged Senator l'erklnswllh having linmpered the building up 'of
tfij NaVy'durMiK the past Beyen .years', while now ho Is advising the Call
fornlan Legislature to persist In their wati'ton poilc'y of troublemnklng.
4 'H fi.r r :
WASHINGTON. !)! C. Feb. 7.
n , i i .
day, Bald that In the race nf any treaty nnd In plte of the opinions of
foreigners, Jio believed It right for the State to carry nut Um own policy,
while. Its power to do so was beyond question, '
Perkins f ojt uState Rights
LINCOLN. Net)., Veil. T. A'bftl'wU bo Introudccil 'this veok segre
gating tho Japanese employed In the packing-houses from the employes
of other races.
' m i ' i ' ' '
ling Fdward's Visit
Stirs Up Germany
TlERLIN, Germany, Feb. "C-ElSborate preparations nre being mndo
ht-re for the reception of EdWard and Alexandra of England.
" .LONDON, England, Feb. 61-Klng Edward and Queen Alexandra will
leavo'ifpr Merlin on Monday, .where they will visit with Knsser Wllhelm.
Thin vlst will mark the! flrut'pa'ld the German capital by a Ilrltlsh sover
eign for one hundred nnd elghty-klx Vearil." '
i : , .
LONDON, England, Feb. fl. A rcmarknhlo wave of mllllnrlKin Is
sweeping throughout the newspapers of England, which uro ndvucattng n
larger standing army. Sensational devices are belli c resorted to to Incite
the apathetic portions or the population and to Induce cnllstmcntx, Ger
many being pointed out as an enemy 'of'Grcat Urltaln.
im'i ' i
,WASHlNGfo STRAIGHTENS RUMORS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. B. 'Akslstant Secretary of War Oliver
declares that tho request made by theWnr Depaflmont to Governor Oll
lett of California to organize coast defense militia companies Is a part of
the general plan, and Is not connected. In a'n'y way with 'Hie present nntl
Japanese agitation on the VaflDc Coas'i.
CHINESE, IN DISGRACE
PEKINQ, China, Feb. C Chen Vf, the president of the Hoard of
Ccmmunlcatlons, and threo of Jhe uiidcr-secreturles, have been dismissed
W. i! BRYAN1 1NJJJRED
TAMPA, Fin., Feb. a, William Jennings llryan was thrown out of
an automobllo here today, receiving a number of painful Injuries.
TAFT IS RETURNINO
COLON, Isthmus of Panama. Feb
party tailed today for New Orleans.
CAPE ST. .VINCENT, Portugal,
Fleet has passed' tills point.
EARTHQUAKE AT TIFLIS
(T1FL1S, Bulgaria. Feb.
shocks felt, here, today.
: t-i.': t
(Continued Jrom .-Pbs )
at work on theserjos, and nlready ho
has captured tho Palama and Bcre
tanla street companies, as- well us
Chief Thurston, wjth his magic box.
A fine run was niade on upcr Fort
street this moraine! ali'of (ho appar
atus rpm,the(Deretanla Btreet station
being' calleTlnro'servlco for tho occa
sion. ,Fott st,roetfurnlshjgd an Ideal Bceno
for the test, there being no cross
street, andktho companies being ablo,
in conBequonce, jo raaxe n iuub run
at high" speed'.
The procession .was headed by .Chief
spee'd? Ne'x't' came, hose wagons and
cliemlcat engine'," "tho" big Bteanier
brnglrtg' up, (ho rear.
Thero was "nothing "fakey" about
the manner In" which tho horses drew
the heavy vehicles over the ground
aml.tbo scene was mo3t realistic.
''Tne'p'fctu'fesjafe being m'ado for tho
Pfomotjon .Committee, the' Idea being
tbat'.on ejthlbitlb'n'of the excellent fire
equipment of this cjty vlll have a
any rate','the Insurance companies will
bo Impressed, It Is bellevea.
Tho series, when" completed, v 111
WTT r '' ll'IIV.MM'l i
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahaha Co.,
62's: KINa'ST.' PHONE 525.
,THB,BEST "FTXTERS" IN TOB.
Disagree 'on policies
ft , '
Senator1 Perkins. In nn Interview to
7. President-elect Taft and bla
Feb. 7. The American llattleshlp
were two violent carthquako
ilcmonHtrato tho working of tho fire
alarm uystem, will sh(W the conn miles
,nylng hosu 'lines. Using' tho llfo lad
ders, and In other ways deinoiikt rating
their facility at handling thu appar
atiui. Ono of the pictures bIiowh tho conv
panleu leaving tho engine houso mid
roiimllni: the corner In front of Sachs'
xt'ore. It la tlio 'lnteht'lo'n Ii. Inrtudo
fiber handKonio business block'i nf the
city In the'serles.
POSTAL CARD VOTE
(Continued from Pare 1)
slon of 'the 'coustwlse laws ub applied
There'wore nine votes caqt for "Nn
HiiBperislan," unil the balance, viz.:'
thirteen, did fiot voteelther wny.' (
A cabfe was dispatched to Delegate
Kulanlannole nt Washington to I he
"Postal card vote, members ,Mor
clianlti' AcMJclatlon, coastwise laws.
applying io passengers, ucbui ior-
ty-'nlne for suspension. Nino
(Signed) WALbRON. k
If you aro looking for any of your
friends, io to ,th'e "Two Jacto" and
A Hkl of the officers cfectcJl to servo
fof'tho'enBUlng year In C. HroweV'ft
Co., Ltd., la publjshel In this Issue
Thrilling re's'cuo ' on irlsb. sea of
passengers on a burning packet
bcund for (Jork.
l)r. Roscnbergcr. discoverer of the
tuberciilosU germ in' tho blood, makes
publlo result of bis work.
Mm. Mary Van Wnugoman Hatch
fcjrmor New York hollo, is In San
Francisco to auo for a divorce.
I)r, Elwpod Worcester addresses big
gatherlug'at St, Franc hotel,
1 IN FOREIGN .POHT8 iTj ARRIVCD '
Monday, Feb. 8, 1909.
8i:ATTLEi-8allcd. Feb. 2:
S. S. Mlesourlan, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb, f,:
S. S, Asia, for Honolulu.
PORT TfOWNSEND- -Sailed Feb. "
llktn. Kllkltnt, for Honolulu.
VANCOUVER Arrived Feb. :
Ilk. Chnmplgny, hence Jan. 17.
Friday, February 6.
SAN FRANCIsdO Sitlleil Feb. S:
O. S. A. T. SherUnn, for Honolulu.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FRANeiBCC- ENTRANCE.
Notice U hereby glen that Hirt
Point l.uilgo Buoy, 2, red, found
dragged out of poaltlcin, was replaced
SAN FRANCISCO HAY.
Notlco Is also given that Whliuiiig
Hock Iliioy, IIS., n lHt-clnss can, re
ported adrift Junuif-y 2S, will bo ic
placed nB BiMin as prurtlcuble,
' UMATILLA ltKEF, WASH.,
Notice has been revolved Hint Uma
tilla Reef l.lglit-VtK'f.el No. C7, sta
tioned nhoilt 21,4 nillen SW. CS S., HIT
Umatilla Reef, 4'lattery Hocks, B".i
coast of WitsbltiKtou, b:m giina ndrlft.
Sho will be replaced ns toon ns prnc
tlciiblo, Hy order of the Light lliiu-c' llmnl.
IIILO HAY. HAWAII ISLAND.
Cocoauut Island Href Hiiny 0, red
2dclasH Hpar, reported ndrltt, Febni-
ory 1. It will ho ri'iitaceil ns kihiii us
Hy order of tho Llght-IIinihO llo.ird
STANFOIN) K. MUSI.U
I.ieiil.-Coinmnnder, U. H. N., AislHtnnl
to tlio Inspector, 12tb. I.. II. Dii.lilel
THE AOHANGI arrived from Brit
lull Columbia lulu last Saturdiy nfler
noou, dorklu.'; nt tbu Hlrhop whan
shortly hefoie 0 o'c'oek. Among Mil
pasHengers for lliln port nero Mr. and
Jlrs. E. P. Irwin. Mr. Irwin w.ih for
merly connected wllh, mid now Is, cm
the reKirtorlal Mart of the H u 1 1 u 1 1 n
A. J. Stout and (I. V.. Kills, runner Ilo
nolulunns, also arrived In her. The
Aorangl brought for this port twenty
ensca of suit herrings, nix eared of
dried flth, turn cuso of machinery nnd
nlnu cases of general merchandlKo. Slic
resumed her yago for the Colonic)
ut 2 o'clock )cxtci'duy inoriiln:;.
TEE TRANSPORT lliifnnl. wlileli
brouglit tlio Plilllppliii) Coiistuliulao
Land, which played ut tho Opera
Hnuxi) mill Orplieiun lust Saturday uf
terniMm and night, departed )es(cr.l'i
afteinoiiii ut 4 o'clock. Her departure
hub wltnesheil by un iiinuiinlly large
crowd, which gathered nt tlio C'lianiic
uhaif to hear the fiiiuinf.i hand itnj
onco moro hefuro Iho IrniHport Kiilled
Oaliu College haya wero there too, to
tay "aloha" to their filciid, Clnrlci L
man of Hllo, who Is headed to cuter
West Point. The IcIh woiu aliilndanl
and ho was haidl) able to refuse the
gifts of frlcndx, wlio Insllci mi be
decking him with IcIh.
TEE L1KEI.1KE, uhlch arrived List
Satin day nfteinooii from Hawaii, will
be dispatched tomorrow afternoon In
llonokan, Hawaii. Sho will tako cargo
to the Hturukvpera flier o and will re
turn with a load of cattle mid sheep
THE MIKAIIAI.A will depart foi
her regular ports of (till on Molokal
Maul and Initial at S o'clock tumorrow
afternoon. She will go to Kuluupap.i
first, where J. I). McVeigh, wipoiliiten
dent of tho settlement .will he landed
THE ALAMEDA, which lh hchcdiilcil
tn leave for Sun Francisco Weilnntdiiv
morning, went over to tho ralhoad
wharf this morning to receive her
hhnro of Hiigar and plueupnleH. She
will return to her berth tomon ow.
THE KINAU will sail tomon ow nr
ternoon for Kauai porta. She wll
leave nt 5 o'clock, going dlicct to Nu
wlllwlir. Among thono who have al
ready hooked uro Mr. anil MrK, E A
KhiiilacViuiil W. I). Mclliyilo.
1 ' " W
THE MAUNA KEA will lcuvo to
hiorrow ihmiii for Hllo. She will return
Saturday morning, arilvlng hero at
about half past six.
,' 'lti UPQ.0 Joiib nf0rlental cargo In
her hold for this 'port, tho Bteanihlilp
Tquio Maru of tlio Tom Klsen Kulslio
'lino, arrived off port fchoitly befiue 2
oplock this nfteruoini fiom Yokoliuma
Early this afternoon tlio local ugcutH
riicelvej n wlielesn fiom her, Htutlug
tl'iut alio would leuVo fdi- Ban Fiuiicln
Young couple chio from Now York
to San Francisco nnd brides futiio.
rcfiibes tn forglvo or send her clothes
Governor (Illicit proposes to bond
state of California for construction
null maintenance of Ita own mails. -
California Assembly decides that
lobbylsta shall lie excluded from
houso hud mannger of people's lobby
In t'n'bo examined again.
Fistic duel between ll.immeistelii
uiul tallies (a fought.
Saturday, February fl.
Stmr. Maul, llruhii, from Kuii.il, f.:3D
C. A. S. 8. Aorangl, ironi iiriusu
Columbia, 5:20 p. m.
Simdny. Felirnary 7.
Slmr. Nocail, Hack, fiom Nawlllwlll,
Stmr. Mlknliala, l'lltz, from Molok.il
nnd Mnul porta, 3:5o a. m.
Monday, February S.
T. K K. H. E. Ti'iilo Muni, llcnl,
'from Yokohama, off port 2 p. in.
j DEPARTED l
Sunday, February 7.
C-A. S. S. Aiirniigl, for Cnliiiilea, 2
U. S. A. T. Unfold, llnll, for S.ui
Francisco, r, p. in.
Stmr. Nllhiiu, Oiiess, for Kauai
lirts, 1: 15 p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Tciijo Mam, from Yi
l.nliiiiiiu, a. m. .
M. N. S. S. llyadcs, Tinm Seat lie.
Jap. S. S. Klllugiln Muni fiom Yo
Slmr. J. A. Cuiiimlnn, for Waliii.iu.t-
lo, 7 a. m.
Stmr. Niicnii. for Kmnl iorts. 5 p in?
j SAILING TOMORROW
, T. K. K. S. E. Tcnjo M.iiii, lleiil.v
for Hall Francisco, a. tn
Stmr. M.-iuiri Kca, for IIIlo an. I way
polls, 12 noon.
Slmr: Mlkahala, for Molokal and
Maul ports, 5 p. in.
Sl'iur. UIiiuii, for K'Jiril ports, r p. nu
PASSENGERS ARRIVED J$p
Pi r 13 A. S. S. Aorangl
from Hrll-M (
,tl Colombia, Fell, fi For Honolulu
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. HiiinplircjH, A .1. Stitii-f
ucr. W. Mollrlde. S. II. Ilalhjoii. Mfr'
and Mr. MIIIh. J. CiiiiiiiiIiiks. J.IW.Tr
Hoover, Ed. Young, Mr. mid MrHflfj.'
McTaggnrt nnd 2 children, W. I). EllKii
worth, K. L. Andrews. Mr. Maubslyf
Oio. Illfgaard. A. (1. Dram. A. (laliio
C. II. Ilopxnu, U II. Hejiuilds, Oeoi
Hill, W. Downing. W. 11. Talt, llSll.
Diiwhoii, .Mr. nnd MrK. Hoiiruit fond
child. T. Mnek. (1. C. Elllti, It. HayS;'
Mrs. E. 11. King. Mr. mid Mrs. IrwlhT
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klihel W. K. Head. Miss
llhginrd. A. J. Hloul, J. I)ilpei'li,l
Oi.lilmo, J. Heiiiictt,
Per stmr. Mlkuhnl.i, finni Mololcl
and Maul polls. Feb 7. (leo. 11. Vorls?
I). II. Kahaulcllo. .1. T. Tnlor. CiiaK?
(lay. W. E. Wall. A. E. Heck, U.M?
Limiie, i. .iruorrisiiiii.
..'" .. -: nr
ici iiiiur. .Miiiiuu iim, ior lino and
w.ij pint.s. Feb. U. 12 lit.--P. Peterson,
Miss A. Entices, Frank llrown unit
wife. .1. W. Putt. .1. II Wood, MrfD
I'h.i, Mm. Cox ami maid, H. Crnnfunl
and wife, Mis. I, Turner. Master CiiS
Hh Turner, Mr. mid Mra. Melulcke. IlT
W. Kinney, W. (lieen. lr. Nowlund.'jj
r. Dine, Jira. Kinney, MIsh Jjlner
Per Htnir. Klnau, On-gory, for KiiliaTfl
l-el). V, a p. m. K. Meyers, E. A3
Knudseii and wife, W. I). Mclliyilojl
joiiii i.iii, .Mrs. Jno. dill, Miss (11)11
.mih. z, k. Mejers.
Per Btinr. Mlkjhul.i, Plltz. for mwl
kal, Maul and l.unai, Feb. 1), 5 p. mSj
J. l). McVeigh, F. W. Pease,
MAY ABOLISH OFFICE
(Continued from Pace 11
nmoiig tlio peoplo mill Hit- legislator
hut lio alio lias Miiiio enumlcH wlinW
U'UllId 1)0 i.-lllll III H',. him wni-ki.,1 Aut'y,
of the Job he holds. ocn If to do soUll
tlionlil lio neeessury to poll thu J
out fiom under lilui. W
Tho High Sheilff hlmt,elf llila moi
lug Imllcatetl that ho (houglit It nM
liuprobahle that tlio Legislature mlenf
wlpo out the office. When uhkeil wliiiS'j
he IntLiideil to iippolnt uh his cliiJlS
ileput) in plueo of (leorgo Sea, wlipJ
lied ypMleiilay, ho icplled lliul he
wouM appoint nobody until after thfj
Leglklatuio Khoiild havo passed upuQ
uiu iii.il lur nun netiiieii wiioincr or not
theio shall ho uny High Slieilff nflei
thu piescnt tenn. Although ho did nol
xti) so in mi many uorils, thu lllglj'
Hiicilir Hummed lli.it Jm deeiueil It
moio than poralblo tluiL tlio miloiil
would ubollsh tho ninto.
(lovcriior 1'ie.ii- In lifu i.iiilnv r ...i.J
lug out iisuleus leiiltiuhil ulllceB, rZi
fi'Mi-il lliul Iho olllco or the High Shcisjfl
I Tf lu ,11... Il.nl ,1... I.......... ' k'fl
... .. i.itw unil uh, isiuihib cnu gel
aiyng without ery easily.
lllgli KliciHT llemy iitatea that h
dockii t caie cry much which way lh
cat Jimips. lie doesn't need the Jofi
aii-i can gel along without It with mini!
profit to hliiiKclf. So ihoio you inc.!
THE KE AU 1IOU will leavo tlj
afternoon for Analuil.i, Kami, ut
o clock. Sho will tako freight nn.l
l-zojiis nun nermann light flcrcojyj
In thu stiielH of Prugiie, Holiemlril
ami me llnally dlsparsed by gendj
Sea Wrens. Siotil
18-foot MoJtor Launch witii d-Cyciol
Motor, 5175, Complete. WTl
'ilK CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAII
ANU MACHINE WORKS
King fit. opposite South St,
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