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EVENING uMLETM, HONOLULU, T. !!., TUESDAY, FED. 16, 1009
MIC A IBM
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Regular
0 p. m.
All visiting members ot the
Order arc. cordially Invited to
nttend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever Monday evening at
7:30 111 1. O. O. T Hall. Fort Street
i:. It. HENDRY, Socrolary.
F D ICKE, N. 11.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
Jay cvcnlnj; ut 7:30 In K. ot 1. Hall,
corner l'crt and Ileretanla. Vlsltlu
brothcra cordially Invited to attend
F. It Nl cent. C C.
It. COSI.INU. K. 11. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, U. P. O.
E will met In their hall on King
nir Fort Street every Friday even
ins. Uy orer of the B. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. II. MclNERNY, E. It.
Win H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4 th Saturday
evening af 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1.
Hull, cor. Fort nnd Ileretanla Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. F. M. MtGREW, C. O.
K. A. JAt'OHSEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on tho 2nd and 4th WF.D
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In It. of 1. Hull, cornet
Uerctnnln and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles arc Invited to nt
tend. W. L. FRAZKE, V., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of cacli month at Knights ot
I'ythlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. ARLEIOII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of n.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n hos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King nnd Fort Streets.
.TJiJi uti.'K fir ut ''t'i x n"3rtTTrniiwi
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Abstlutcly Pure.'
' CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
King St. j T 0. Box 014.
ASSESSMENT K0. 0
In tli r- Hniilioii Mutual lienevoleat
AsMiu.itlon iluu Doc 15, 1908, do
lliifiucnt Jan. IB, 1309. All assess-'
montu mo payable nt tho Secretary's
offlco, KnplolanI Building, King and
lllunk bonks of nil soita,
etc., manufactured by tho
is written on every pic?e of
"1835'' Silverware wc sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113, HOTEL STREET
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they last
longest. Sold by the
Alexander Young Building.
At a Discount
arc jurt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 307.
SHARP SIGNS attract atteation
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.I. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the leach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOAEB.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in tovn. .
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts
The Ehcore Saloon
Try a drink at the new plce and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve ypt,
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU. .
Best Draught Beer
rhe Best Whiskey on the Majlwt.
CH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Wines and Liquors
L0VEJ0Y & CO.. LTD.
002-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by th
FRENCH I. A U N'D B-T
with their new FRENCH
dry-cleaning process. fit
7 Brretania St u Thone 1481.
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorncy-at-Law f6r the District
Courts; Notary Publioj Draws
Mortcap-es. Deeds. Bills of 'Sale.
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
Marriaee Licenses ,
70 MERCHANT ST. '
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
LOCAL ANU GENERAL
Todav is the best time to nnd');
high-price customer forVour proper
ty. A s ui I e 1 1 tr Want Ad." will
Ten' good auto-hack's. Phono 6, .
Tako your oarrlaco or'automoblls
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co,, tor
,-n.tn.Hntn Minnlri . .
Rcnncd sugar dropped twenty points
In San Francisco today In sympathy
with tho prlcp or raw sugar. .
Have lunch at the Royal Anne!'
.Coat your ron roofs witft Ar)0c."
You will be surprised at Its oooltas;
and preservative properties' California
Fcod Co..,HEonts. t ;
On Installmonts of titper month you
can purchase' q Wllto family ReUry
sowing macblne. Donny ft Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort BL Phone 419,
jaeei your incnas icaqthi Annex.
C(MS CV HAIL
This morning's mall brought to. Bee-
J-clury 11. P. "WooJ tit the' Prptnptlo'p
Committee, n partial )st pf tW persons
who will compono tho Los Angola ix-
curslon iarty which Is scheduled tp
reach hero on the Mongolia on tho
mum nt: of tho 22nd. i
Tho parly wan organized by Mrs.
i i . t . ... . i
Francis K. Headleo, tho representative
of tho Promotion 'Committed at' Lou
Angeles. Tho list bo far received Is
as follows: '
Mrs. WaltB, Mat Plpor, Mrs. McRwqn
and Miss McEwon, Mr, nnd Mrs. Syd
ney U Ilrjggs with two frjends, Mrs.
W. If. Smith', Miss Harriot Smith, JlllsV
Elizabeth Smith, Miss lobeckah'Com
ton, Miss F. II. Hamilton and younp
sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Richardson,
Mrs. 8. II. Keck, Mn. Carrie Hughes,
Miss U A. JJuncah, Messrs. Fred' R
nnd Frank W. Kldrod. '
TO LIE IN, SAFETY
(Continued from Psr'e.li
tallied, ho makes another antdavlt 'say
ing that ho lied In tho first Instance
Ho certainly has lied, but I think ho
lied tho last time."
It appears, therefore, that there Jn
a possibility, but no strong probabil
ity of an effort being made, to hoc lire
tho indictment of Kaaumoana for per
jury. Charles F. ChlllhiRworth Is Inclined
to bo reticent as regards tho charge
mado against him by Kaaumoana.
"In Vlmi' nf III,, faff fVtllf f. .tltrtl naan
ulll come up on behalf of the Insur-
anco comimny." ho snld this mornlnr.
"I do not nt present caro to mak? any
statement as regards the liooth mat
ter. I shall consult tho Attornoy Gen
eral nnd then may liavo something (6
(Continued From Paee'li,
ncwspaHr, lire as lollowa! "tJrulsnr
Soya, tho nngshln AdniiraF Icldlt
vw,inuiiiii'iMiii.-iuuii vtjiiunauuer n
kamoto, chief of stnffr lJlcuL"ghltnbA
iniira. aid to admiral; Captain T.'Balo,
cxociitlvo offtcir!) K. Ynshlojta, 'ninvl
gAtnr; I-lout. Ktmegun, chief- KiinnCr)
Hleut. Takakura, toriiecto chief offlcer;
Ucut. Shtnnnl, chief cnglnoor; I.louU
Matsumoto, chief surgeon,' 8uauk1 and
Papmnsler Ynsuda. CrulscV Aso Can-
tnln O. Ishll; 'Menu' Commander Ku-
bo, iixocutlTo offlcer; Meut. Okamiim.
chief navlgatbri Mciiu Bhtrolshf, chief
gunner; I.lcut. Yokochl, chlpf torpedo
offlcer; Matsuzawa. chief 'englhcer:
Chief Surgeon Buglmqto an'd Pajmas-
lK tl..Hn f
LOUI6IANA IN DISTRESS
Cablo advices nt San Francisco on
Uocembcr 17 from" Auckland, New
Zealand, stated that the' bark' Louisi
ana, bound from Noyo to Callao7hnd
put Into Tahiti In a distressed condi
tion. The vcbscI wns leaking1 badly.
At tho time of tho sending' of tho'
ii6vs tho full extent of tho damage
could not bo estimated. It was known,
however, that tho bark would have
to bo surveyed, oriit't'hat before the
leak could bo lepalred her deckload
of lumber would have to be' dis
charged. ' 4"M '
Charles M. Schwab, who Is allied
,wlth Interests con'trollng the Hunt
er's Point dry docks nt San Francis
co, hns Informed Bqcretat'y of' the
Navy Newberry of his desire to glvo
precedence to the naval establish-
rr-rnt In the" use 'of' thV facilities at
that placo whenever Mcslred. Thceo
docks- were used by the battleship
fleet whllo on tjio Pacific Coast, Sec,
rr.lary N"ewbofr'y .has' tthan)ted Mr,
Schwab for tfio offer! '
Abruzzl reported to be still Intent
on marrying Kalh'crlno Elk'lns.
ObrWan socialists woilifded In a
clash with "pollceover election laws
A Most Excellent Assortment of
w. w. Atiana to.,
62 S. KING ST. ' ' THOSE '.'
THE BEST "FrnEBS" IN TOWS.
THEATER HOkROR; .. sttTm
i . -'rfc- T'a' -V'-' - -
ACAPtIIX!0. Mexico. Teh. lf.
ed toilay In a burning theater hero, the list of victims Including mnny
p"roml'nen persons from tho'cTty of Mexico' nnd scvc'tal Ahicrlcnps. Thcio
were heartrending scenes during tho
ftom n movng-plcturc machine.
WIASHINOTON, D. C, Feb' 15. "Senator' Ncwlnnds of NovndA has
offered an amendment to the Naval Hill, appropriating twelve million do
lofs forhe construction of vessels for, thornnsport service for dispatch
bents, cruisers, nnd scouts, Which would bo necessary In tlmo of war,
but which might bo moil for commercial purposes during times ot peace.
MAY HAVE TO BORROW
Senator Hale predicts that If the Increase In the naval program Is to
continue It will become necessary fpr,,thc'jnqvcrnmcnt to borrow money
(or copstruotlqn. .
- 1 -'it i- JW m
, , BATTLESHIPS NEAR' HOME
NEW YOllK, N. Y Feb, IB. Tho returnlngr lattlcshlp Meet has
established communication with tho wireless stntlons along thn American
const. . "
L .',.", ' :
Treatment, not segregation, Is tho
ktynote of'an Administration leprosy Jnmca . Castlo conveyed nil his In
blll which Is now being drafted by et ' the Knhuku lease tii tho
Attorney Ocneral ilemenwny to bo
hVcsch'ted (o the Uglslature.
" TTjio rme asurp, while not bcng In
Kcnc?aVwny a radical deporttiro from
tho Taw now In effect, Is based upon
hh entirely' different Idea. Hereto-.
fr.fi. tho main Idea has been to sccro-1
gate Iqpers.frpm people not nffllclcd
with ihA'dlscaso. The now measure. '
If. It becomes a law, will still embody
the scgrcKRUQn feature, but In n less
harsh manner, Instead of making
the segregation of tho lepers tho
principal object of tho Inw, It Is their
cure which Is to bo nlracd nt. In-
stead of being rushed to Moloknl to '""' -'. " "" i " " leasonom
ptovent thplf Infecting well people, value In tho Knhuku Plantation
tio leper Is to be given a chanco to I'biw. but leases tho tax on tho realty
remain In Honolulu at tho Receiving '" t Issue between tlio two piu
Btntlon. if' he so desires, until It Is ""
dennltcly and finally decided, cither Tim Oahu Railway & Mind Co.
that his caso Is Incurable, or that cln'nifl "" '' proportion of the tax
with proper treatment there Is u " "'o realty to no pain ny the plan
chance ,fpr his ultimate recovery. Itatlon company ahmilil be based upon
Dr. Alchcrley nnd Mrs. Atchcrley
and the lite 'departed anil unlnnient-
ed'J. Lor WallachVlll probably claim
. ." . 1
tho credit for tho change In tho law
vtiii.T' U rnnii.mAUfn.1 ' ,iii'it nrmni.
(116: to, tho Attorney Uencral. none of PY ''"Ims thai it should pay only
therii has had'nny inftuehce In tho '" ,'iual laro of the tux nssesHcd
matter. It was the visit of.Dr. KochP'Salnst tho Campbell estnte, the total
last, year which' gavo the Idea for tho
pfoRoscd'mca'sure. "Dr. Koch told us
something about leprosy and Its treat
blent that we never knew before,1'
said the Attorney Oenoral this morn
jn'g. "Ho told us how the afflicted
are treated In Norway and whnt ro
niarkablo results' have been achieved
not In the cure of leprosy, but In
preventing Its spread, Our Idoa Is
to adopt homewhat tho snme plan.
"The bill will not embody any
features relating to tho discharge ot
persons who have once been found to
be lepers. I don't thlnH'any changes
In tho law' In that rcspett are needed.
U a bacteriological examination falls
to show tho bacl)ll of leprosy In a
person who has been treated, ho can
not under tho law be hold, and must
bd discharged. I am Inclined to bo
Hove that Drt Wayson has protty nenr
ly effected a euro of the' man ho
treated. Bo far he has only claimed
O' "clinical' cure', hut ho said somu
time ago 'that' he' wns going to huve
a bacteriological examination ot tho
man made, and If the terms of leu-
roily nro not found to "bo present, tho'
man must bo set free'. Bo I do not
think that wo ncd' to make nny
chahgo In the law. In that respect."
The dlsputV.1'etween tho Oahu Rhll
way & Land Company and tho a
huku Plnntatlnn Comnnnv ait to
y7. . . "V . . ..i-YV -". .,
wnicn is lianio lor ara tnouia pay tno
taxes on the land used' by tho latter
company Is not to bo carrlod Into tho
courts, but Is to bo settled by nrtmra
Hon. An agreement to this effect
was filed In. thp Circuit Court this
morning. j. 'F. Drown, Wlllaid
Urown, and J. F. Morgan' havo bppn
sulected as arbitrators, and tho par
ties to the dispute agree to abide by
their decision, which Is to be entered
an a Judgmept ot the plrcult Court,
subject to"Bu'ch'' appeals and excep
tions as are authorized by law In
Tho questions' 'nT Issue nro bet
forth In the agreement. II, Fj Dil
lingham, holder qt n lqaso from Jas.
Cjiinpbell, of the Knhuku property,
subleased certain portions ot It to
Jnrnes'll.'Cuiitfe. Dillingham convoy
od to tho Oahu Hallway & Land Co.
J I ... .- . mwm.m . I i ARRIVED 1
Three hundred Persons wcro cremat
progress of the' lire, which started
all his Interests In the first lease, and
Knliuku Plantation tompan,y. unucr
''" 'e"118 of tllc lcnc nlbase, and
assignment, tho lessco and iissignco
"('f"1'' Hy " "' '"" Imposed
'ho premises during the term of
At the time tho plantation colli
Ptny leased the laml nil the Knliuku
'i")'l9 wcro iisod only for grazing.
The land now. however, is n Bugnr
plantation, and Is assessed as such,
Th" Knliuku Plantation Conipnny Is
paying taxes on It nsMieh, and also
i''U" certain amount of tho tux
assessed to the oahu Hallway nnu
"" Tn'"le "t "" IH1"" " HU,""r '"""
'""1 08 accordingly presented bills
' tho plantation aggregating- 2,-
- 11 Tl
Hut tho Kahukti Plantation Com-
P" l,c'nB 3200 Icr yr. whlc1'' ul"
vlded among the ncrcago In equal
proportions, the plantation company
admits that It must pay ns mnny of
the proportions ns It has acres, nnd
claims that It should pay no more, in
that It leased or tho Oahu Hallway
& I-itnd Co. pasture Innd only and has
already paid the tx on the Improve
ments mado by Itself, leaving only
the tax to ha paid on tho baro, unim
Tlio Owl Cigar has n flavor nnd
aroma that makes It tho king of all
five-cent smokes. Ask for It tho next
tlmo you visit your dealer's.
Why Is tho Manhattan Cnfo always
well patronized? lle'causo everything
If. horvert promptly nnd Just its ou
Tho Edison Ambcrbl Record Is a now
Invention that enables eac.li record to
play for four minutes. This record
costs only BOc at tho Hawaiian Nows,
Co.. Ltd. f
Tho nnnual meeting or tho Hooulii
nnd llooln Lnhul society wilt bo held
'at tho knplolanl Maternity Home,, Her
etnnla street, on Friday, Februaiy 19,
nt 10 n. m.
Fnicegrowth Is a wonderful now for
tlllzur that causes a luxuriant and nat
ural growth In nil plant llfo. For sale
by K. O. Hull & 86ns. llrcpnrod by tlq
Hawaiian Fortlll'-or' Co."
Itjcroft'B Sodas nro different. There
Is no sharp, biting quality In them, no
sweetish ,tastto"(l(siil8o tho real flay,
or. Try a'caso of them. Fountain,
Soda Works, phono 270,
Tho annual meeting or stockholders
or'tho Wnlanao Company and tho Ma
jiahn Coffco Co. will bo held February
16 at tho offlco of J, M. Dowsctt nt 2
nnd 3 o'clock p. m. respectively.
I ll !
(Continued from Pace
has licon a foregone conclusion for
scernl days and ho hns been sure (if
tho almost unanimous support of the
solons or the O. O. P.
Tli'p iriak.o-up or the standing com
mittees remains much asMt was last
year. Kiuidsen, tho general Beconil
choice tor the Picsidency, Is nppolut-
IN FOHBIHM CUmo 11 ' ,
Tuesday, February 16.
8AN FIIANC18UO Sailed Feb, IB:
8. 3. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
SAN F11ANC18CO Arrived Feb. 10:
S. S. Tenyo Mnru, 8 p. m., fipm HO'
linllllll 1Vh. n.
U. 8. A. T. Iluford, 8 u. rot, hencdifl'"'". 7 V.
S. H. Alnineiln, noon, henco Fob. 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 10:
8. S. Mongolia, 2 p. tit., for'Honolul.i.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Fob 10:
8. 8. Chlyo Maru, bunco Feb. 0.
TIIK CLAUDINi: wll larrlvo from
Hawaii and Maul tomorrow morning.
Among tho passengers who v. Ill conio
down In her will bo Peter N. Knhoku
ohina', who has been selected as s.ir-gcnt-nt-arnis
for tho Senate.
AT S O'CLOCK )csterday afternoon
tlio tiaiisiort Sheridan BnlWrfor (luam
nnd Manila. A largo crowd of people
and friends of thoso who lert were nt
tho wharf to bbl them farewell. Tho
Ida wcro plentiful.
Till: MATSON. Navlgitlon llimr 111
Ionian will nrrlvo tomorrow. morning
...i.i. (i.i.,.. ........... .....i ir.nn i..a
WHO .mi.J' iiiDnuiihin .it.i. .'" .
of freight. Captain Johnson reported
all wvll on board.
TIIK N1IHAU departed nt noon to
day for Mahukona and Knwalhiu. Sho
took freight but nop nsscngiiis,
THIS AFTERNOON lit I o'clock the
Nocau will Icavo for Koual ports. Sho
wll tako uxploslvos
TIIK MISSOIJItlAN loaves tonlsht
for Maul, wiero sho will receive sugtr.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 13, 19S9,
from 13:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Elmer 8. Muckley by nfft of intgee t
F. V. Mncafrlano Tr .... Fore Affi
V W Ahnnn and wf et nl by Cnnir to
Hnwti Land ImprM Co I.1 I... 1)
Cordelia ' Allen by nttv to Hjli
Library nnd Hit Assu , ..AM
W McCliiKkey to W II Hours it at lltl
W II UeerB and wf ct nl to lleurv
Loknl Kawalkiiniuolo (w) Ij Knto
II M Knnlho nud uf to Yufimi L
J W Moanniill and wf to T K Lain.
Keaiilanl Kanl (w) to Wni Muro
burgh Br ...If
Joao do 8 Falcno nnd wf'tn Joso Y
Joso V. Fcrrolrn nnd wf to .Miniunl
Joso K Fcrrolra and wf to Joso Pn
Emma Not ley to J Kiilnknliiilmil. .Itul
Entered for Record Feb. 15, 19'J9,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mrs Ix'lalolm Knnna to Jnnni Arm.
Kdward C Holsteiu to .Iniiirs Arm
James Armstrong to Lclnlohr Kuno.i
Clara-Puklln to I, L McCiuullcsi ...D
II Stoubeck to M Kuliimii ltcl
7 Kuromoto to von Hiimin 'npiirt
Co Ltd ...j...... CM
Jtobcrt W Bhlnglo to II Waturlioii o
Tr qn Ltd .M
Kdwin Thomas to Ah Ulna 1.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
ed to three committees tho Judi
ciary, Public Lauds, nnd Utiles,
Tho new names which appear on
tho committee list nro Qiilnn, Fair-
child nnd Knudsen.
The Republican Scmitors cnucusod
I 'i W, O. Smith's offlco yesterday aft
ernoon u,t 3 o'clock nnd mado a thor
ough canvass of tho ground. Tho
tallowing1 officers for tho term woio
dtflnltoly decided upon:
. W. O, Smith of Oahu, President of
s'. B. Knlama of Maul, Vlco Prci
Idcnt. ' i
William Savldgo or Oahu, Clerk.
Peter Kahokiiuliinn ot Mnul, Ber-
Mr. Victor of Illlo, Messenger.
Rev. John Knllno ut Maul, Chnp
Inln. This afternoon tho Republican Rep
rescntutlvcs caucus at Republican
headquarters. Hulslein will bo tliob
en Speaker or tho Houso.
Shingle Not a Candidate
Robert Shingle, who was bpoken
of yesterday by one or two mcmbois
ni n posslblo opponent, Is not a can
didate tor the position.
Thcro Is nothing to Indicate that
thcro Is the least dcslro on the part
of tho Republican members to stand
otherwise than solidly In support ot
Holstcln, nnd the suggestion that
Shlnglo bo chosen to preside over tho
dtllberatlons ot the Iiwcr House, was
rather the result of a momentary Im
puleo in the minds ot one or two
members than or dullboruto thought
in the matter.
Tho Republicans will piescut u
solid front when they go pnto the
floor, nud nny little differences of
opinion will bo thoroughly threshed
out in caucus hotore tho lawmakers
step forth Into the liinellclit in nil ot
their full-blown dignity,
Monday, February 15.
8. llyndes, Alwen, from
M. N. 8. 8. I.urllnc, from San Fran
cisco, 7 p. mi
Anl. bk. Mohican, from San Frmi-
v Monday, February IB.
Slmr. hvnlaiil, for Mnhukiina. r, p. in.
Stnir. Noenii, for Knp.ui nnd Kntiat
ports, C p. m.
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, for (luam nud
Manila, B p. m.
Tuesday, February Hi.
Mauna Ken, for Illlo nml way
ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mnmin I.oa, for Kona nnd Kan
iKirts, 12 noon.
Stmr. Klnau. for Kniiai porlK, S p. in
M. N. 8. 8 lillonliin, Johiisoii, 'rom
Per stmr., Mauna Kin, for Maul im.l
Hawaii ports, Feb. 10, 12 in 0. J
lleckor. Thco. C. White. II Mlr.Mil'i.
Illrliiip Bnillh. Mrs. Smith. It. O Me
Phersoii. II. St. (lo.ir, Mr. Itourn. wlfo
nnd child, i:. Krulso nnd wlfo. 1). Mey
ors. i:. 11. Hart, Albert Deiitrez, J. J.
Pago, II. II. Danscn, Mr. Idrli'ge.
wlfo and child, .ludgu S. II. Klncsliury.
C. K. Notley, S. Kato, Len Choiw. Ooo.
A. Ilneholder, wlfo and chin1. Mr.
Mullcr. Ilov. H. P. Judd, O. tJ. lliiiicll.
It. II. Klgln, It. I. Leslie, K. O. McCoy
nnd wlfo, W. It. Moody and wit'i. I H
Srhenck mid wlfo, Mrs. Shel.iiul. lieo.
E. I.lckly nml wUc, II. M. Kei-il Jint
wlfo, II. II. Tomklns"niid wiro 'X H.
C. Cnnipbull, illssos Hiinley.
Per stmr. Mauna I.oa. Slmeiroii, fur
Kona. Fob. 10. 12 m L. F. Pom wm,
Mrs. i:. II. IaiwIs, A. Haii"bn;, ;3. L.
Ileal, Mrs. W. M. McQuald, Snirfcn, J.
Miuo nnd friend.
Per stmr. Klnau. Gregory, fur Kau.il,
S p. in., Feb. 10. Mrs. C. M. Cooki1, C.
F. llerrlck, (1. N. Wilcox.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
IIU'NTS REEF, CALIFORNIA.
Notice is hereby given that IlliinW
Reef Light-Vessel No. 83, off Capo
Mcndndno, Cnllfornlii, herctofoio re
pelled out of poiltlon, about 2 miles
north or Cape Mendlclnn, has drag
ged still further, mid Is now In IS
fathoma of water, with Sugar Loaf
hearing- USE nnd False Cnpe Hoik K
by N 1-1 N, Thp vessel has dlston
tinned her lights nud fug slgnnls.
Sho wilt bo replaced on her station
n .i soon ns practicable.
SAN FRANCISCO HAY,
Notlco Is hereby given that Willi
ng Rock lluoy, IIS, Ist-clasH tan,
lerctoforo reported ndrlft, was te-
Placcd Fcbnuiy 2, 1909.
SAN FRANCISCO ENTRANCE,
Notlco Is hereby gUcn that Fnrt
Point Ledge Iliiny, 2, led, Is ngnlu
reported out of position. It will bo
leplaccd us noon us practicable,
lly order of tho Llglit-Houso Hoard.
trmted States District Jmlgo Do
llnven, nt Ban Franclbcii on December
17, decided that P. J. .IoIiiibmi, mnslni'
of tho otramcr Shelekor nud tho nliio
members or her cruw bhoull havo S7B0
divided umong thuni for salvagu
money In rescuing t)io tug Chllka.
from tlio perils or tho ttoa. Thp mut
ter has been referred to United Slules
Commissioner Hrnwn to tako testi
mony looklug to mi equitable dlvltlou
ot tho award.
THE HARK Coronailo. Captain
Lungfeldt, which was to havo sailed
this forenoon nt 10 o'clock, did not got
awny nt that hour. Sho was prepared
to leavo then, but tho Iiik Inticpld,
which wns expected to tow her out,
was to nbusy tn render assistance) to
her, Tlio Coromulo has on board 23,
301 bags ot sugar for San Frnnclbco.
THE MAUNA KEA and Mntina Loa
left nt noon today for Hawaii ports.
Tho former goes tu Illlo nud tho latter
to Kona. Hoth steamers took p.isseu
C.eis and mull and cillcd at Lnlrilu i
beforo piocccdlns to tho regular ports
THE LIKELIKEwlll Hill this atlci
noon ut S o'clock for ilouokui and Ku
kuuu. Hawaii, ah usual, the toon u
conrhli'ialile iimoimt of height
Sea Wrens, $100
lfl-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyclr
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS'
King St. opp-N- South. St, .