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EVENINO BUVLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, TED. 17, 1909.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Ren.u)ar
5 p. ni.
All visiting members of the
Orilor nru cordially Invited to
uttend meetings of local lodges
UAK510N1' LOIIQK, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0, F.
Meets over Monday evenlug at
7:30 In I. O. O. !' Hall, Tort Stroet.
15 It 1II:N1)IIY, Secretary.
1' 1) IfKE, N O.
All visiting brothers tery cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first ana third Frl
Jay evening at 7.30 In 1C. of P. Hall.
corner Tort und, Reretanla. Vlsttlug
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. It NUlHNT. C. C.
It U03LING. K. U. B.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. C10, fl. P. O.
E.. will met In their hnll on King
uear Tort 8treet etery Friday even
ing. ll ordti of the C. It :
1I13N11Y C. EASTON.
WM H. McINCRXT, R. R.
v7ic M'KINLEY L0D0E No.8, KofP.
Ef Meets every 2nd und 4th Saturday
LXi evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall. cor. Port and lierotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Incited to at
tend P. M. MrOltEW. C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SKN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meeti on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hnll, corner
Dcrctnnl.i nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to at
tend. W. L. TRAZBB, W., Prest.
11. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of (,i'h month at Knights ot
Pythias Hnll. Vlcltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
, A. n ARLEIOH, Sachem
A. E. MLRPHY, C. of R.
The best assortment ever
s- shown in the. city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yonr order for a box
cf Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
5 Comer King and Fort Streets.
Turcst Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In the Harrison Mutual Benevolent
Association duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 11)09. All assess
ments nro payable at the Secretiry'i
outre Knplolanl llulldlng. King and
Tllnnli books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc manufactured by tlio Dullotln
'riirii-iiiiiriliiiirtiil,!!! iiMmimiiinrtit fniiiiiiiMflY" -
Made by a spscial process,
of tonRheneumaterial, with' A'
2C0-turcad record; it will' play"
an average of four minutes.
Cost per record, 50c. SpeJ
cial attachment to fit any pho
nograph except the Qem. Old
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes wtlli
J. A. R. Vieira&'Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
are jurt as easy to get as a eood Job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it rieht not cheap.
Elite Bni'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIONS attract attention
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to OodlinesE.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BO'JTON BLDO'., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0REEST,'H0TELJY6ima Bid
'The Finest' Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BEEQIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINK'S
The most popular
place in town.
The fashion" Salooif
fack Scully. Jack Roberts
Ttie Encore Salflcfii
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN ie'ryo yon
COR. HOTEL andNUUANul
Best Draught Beer
Ihe Best Whiskey 'on the Marknt
niOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.; AGENTS'
10M05 KING ST.r
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 758.
P. H. BURNETTEl
Attorney-at-Law ,, for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills, of Sale,
Leases, Wills,, etc. ; Agent to Grant
Marriace Licenses.) ,
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
Zfif'Tor Rent" cards on tale at
the Dulletln office,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is the best" time to find a
high-price customer, for your proper
ty. J,A Bulletin Want Ad?,, will
uuu auxu t -
Ten Rood auto hack. Phone 6.
, .Furnished room fdr rent.. Sea ad.'
S. K. Kelllnol of Walluku la In tonn.
Ho arrlted (his morning,
A housekeeper It) wanted to toko
chargo of a rooming bouse.
Have lunoh at .the Royal Annex.
Dr. 11. H. THnoenl- nf Mnnl nrrlvml
thl,.tnprnlng tfi ilKf'.Claudino.
,$00. 'notice to jptpckiioldcrs -of meet
ing, o'C,poknla HutfarCo. In this Issue.
C;.W. Spit of NuMllwlll. Kauai.
tamp oter (his morning. Ho nrrlvcd
i ,t. ttt, '
J. C.iHlnclalr mid wire, well known
hero,' were passengors lu the Claudlne,
vlijt;tj arrlvod tola ( .
Me4t your friend at Rural Annex.
Captain V. K Hnll of tint National
(liidrrt of Walluku canfe down this
morning with his company.
Coat your iron rtwti with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised ot Ita cooling
and preservative properties California
reou i;a., ugants. "
Among t)o arrivals this mprnlng
from Illlo woro Captain .Fettor ami
I.lQUtenafit .Morehedd of, tliu military
coni'?ii: fbqro. , , ,
.On Installments ot 13 per month you
can purchase a, White, Family Rotart
en)ng machine. Bcapy Co.. Ltd;
afecnta, 1260 Fort Bt '-Phono 481. t
Thos. r McTlghe & Co. have Just
received a large shipment of Dubonnet
Wlnb Bitters, the finest thing fof high
balls, cocktails', or can be drank plain
with a HttQ,'lcu. Ca tip PhohlpW
and try a bottle. '.
KAPID TRANSIT NAMES;
ITS OFFICERS FOffi
Plans' for the extension of stroJ
car service to Pearl Harbor wefe Ah-
cussed at the annual meeting of, thin
siocKiioiucrs oi me Honolulu iwpiu1
Transit anu i-ana company lasMbn;
day. Tho ground was goijo ,pyef
thoroughly and the routine matters
Id connection with the extension' of
the service were settled upon. rf "
Officers and directors frfr the cdm-1
lug year were elected ns follows:) 1,!
t Peck, president; U A. ThMrsto'h"'
vide president; William WJIllamson,
secretory; C. It. Athcrton,. treasurer;
W. I. Castle, Oeorge V. Wilcox, and
Q, V, Castle, directors, ,The forego-
Ing, 'with general Manager llallen
tyne, ex-offlclo director,' will consti
tute tho governing body ot the com
pany for the ensuing jrtar.
JUDGES ARE CHOSEN
FOR FLORAL PARADE
Two of the Floral Parade Judges
ttlll remain to be secured, but the
following' ladles and' gentlemen have
consented to' serve In this capacity;
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Rrear'of Van
couver; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bryan of
Rochester, N. Y.; Mrf. 11.' St. Goar
of Han FrdnclscoJ Mrs!. C. K. Fcrgus
on!'oflN'ew York? and Mr. and Mrs".
It. C. Morse of Seattle. , ,
Director Peirie hopes to secure the
two other Judges from among the
visitors In the'local hotels this after
noon. in connection wVtll tho Judges' of
the pa-u riders It lias been thought
best to have a committee of local per
sens and the1 follo'wlnj;''havo kindly
agreed to serve In that capacity: Mrs.
J M.' Dowsett, Mrs1. Eleti Lew, and
' It Is 'now'nntlclpated by the com
mittee tlih't there, will be 'about fifty
diltbmoblles 'In llhe'although more
are reporting conitanjly and this1
number ma'b conslileriibly exceed
ed'." IC Is 'again urged that all who
expect to b.avVan enry cjf 'aby kiiid
In'the parade, let the'fdct'W known
to some member 'of the committee.' In
otder that proper arrangements maV
be ma'de'tor hantllihg,'tlie pfdcesslori
yrlthout confusion. .A,kplacq w)ll bo
reserved In tuv Caplt'ol gfoiinds,
wnenc the Parade will start, for
all who report(to the committee.
Word has-been received that' the
Boys' Hand of, the Industrial- School
will arrive here on.Sunay, evening,'
drid take part ltT'tlie' Par'dae.' The?
win also probably play In the even
ing on the open square on Bishop
street In front of the Young Hotel
during the street, carnival.
TIJJS Kfa AU.JipU wob hooding for
Kapaa from Anahola when the Hall
left'Kiual. ', ! -j
A-Mosf Excellent "AMortmenl'W
Wu Wi ifiana, ,.Co
o8'S. KINO ST.", . PHONE ml
TJifi SB5J "JTJTEBS;' JN.TQWS,
FLEET IN TQUCH
( AVASHINaTON, D. C. Feb. 16. The House has passed an amend
ment .v the Naval ,11111 for vArcless extension. ,
It was agreed tonight to keep half the Navy In the Pacific at the ills.
cretlon of tho President. .. ,
n6th,er oulendnlcnt.llmlts the
by Congress" to' Zl.ftdd tons.'
WASHINGTON. I). C. Feb. IC
" . ylrr. t i n..r f i i
ning a jworld-tour after the adjournment of Congress, ptobnbiy by wuy
of San 'Francisco, llonolulu, MnnllajVnd Silez,' ( J1,
EIOirrKEN EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
I-ONDON, Kngland, Feb. lC.There l?aVe been eighteen shocks of
earthquake In Southern Bulgaria
Ccnsldcrnhlo damagf was done.
I108TON, Mass,, Feb. IC. Wlroliss meiuageB have been received hern
from the Battleship Fleet 1200 inllei off Capo Henry.
SCHOOLS FOR RUSSIA
8TJ PETKltSBUHG, Russia, Feb.
In the Duma for the erection of HK.179 srhoolhuiises. '
SACUAMKNTO, Calif.. Feb. IIS
segregation bill has been defeated.
FOR KILLlNQSENATbR. CARHACKf
ASHViqiiTehM'.JVeb.'lC-The trial of Cooper for the minder
,.'.Hli)guiIi.LMvy.'B-fuc, groceries. Heat
;qods and courteous service. Phone
Tho meats sold at tho Melroolltaii
i;oajr,Murket are tender enqugli to stilt
anyone, T f
;iaieiwn oners attractions in niuii
mpblca,pn.d epicures. Try a ride there J
anu a mpai, , ,
..The Bishop Trust Co. has some lots
In the.Puupueo Tract Jprsale. These
lots are cleared and ready for jour
Pass book No. 3S28 pn thu First
American Sat lags & Trust Co. lu ad
ertlsed as lost Finder kindly lutuiu
The most delicious pastry Is always
to bo loupd at the Alexander Young
Cafo. Tiy their fine macaroons nnd
Henry May & Co. have recclyed a
shipment of S. & W'i canped frulta and
vegetables by tho Lurllne, Get our
orders In early by phono 22.
For people who are falling In
strength or nervous energy, there Is no
better tonic ami nutrient than a glass
of Prlmo, UecT,,taken with meals.
We aro always pleased, to hate those
who aro Interested In the Victor Talk
ing Machine come In and try our new
records. Bcrgstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Alpluo Milk has the most delicious
flavor and' richest quality 'becauso It U
absolutely pure, and because all the
natural qualities huu been preserved
Ask for Alplnjaj
The Kegal Shoe Is tho most popular
shoe In tho world today bc-iUFO It of
fers tho best shoo quality at a reason'
able price. See tho new styles at the
Regal Shoe Store.
There Is no easier or more comfort
able ladles' home shoo than our Prince
Albert. Easy'to put on, easli: to re
mote, easiest of all to wenr. Piico i
at Mcluerny Slioe Stor
Tho stockholders ot the Wahlawa
Consolidated Pineapple CO., Ltd., will
meet at the'offlcu'of tho Hawaiian De
velopment' Co., at 311, Stangenwald
building) Friday, tha 2Ctli,.at 10 a, m.
Let mo figure on building a tennis
Court,, for, you, 1 understand thorough
ly tljq requirements of u good court,
and hayu jjullt , many saitsfaclory
courtB. I. M. Pond, contractor. Phono
s9- V.l. . . ..
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are
the last days of the, sale, ot ladles' two
piece suits' at halt price, .and slfk lisle
hose, kfd'glovpa. sBk! embroidered ba
lisle,, etc, at halt price or less at
So'cns', . ,,,,,
Tha most particular and dressiest
men wear ';Bo'nJamli" dress suits.
There Is jtho.soWo quality of tailoring
In nil BenjiimlV clothes. tSeo them at
Tho ICilsVCO., cirncV Fort' and Hotel
No other pajnt lsn"Just as good", as
W. P, FyJIer' Pure Prepared Paint,
because 'no other Isiio durable, so glo
sy and beautiful. It protects and bau
tl4os, Lewers &"Cooko, Ltd., 177 S.
Owing to'tho great demand for "Hawaiian-Securities,"
a pamphlet of alu
able Information, ofa)l jlrms onrliv
Stock Exchange 'list, a larger etlltjon
has been ptylored, TIey will bo rarul)'
toon. Hawaiian Trust Co.. I.t.d.
A new German baker Just fronthp
VlJ country makes tho, finest bread
and cakes In town. German CJoffeo
Cako aB It s'hould be made. . Orders
taken ton wedding cakes andf paltry,
E0ol white and Hamburger black
bread. Ho Is selling twelve largi
loaves for one1 dollar. Ills stand Is the
old, sfager Bakery on King, street.
1 iltV i fi H !r
site of the two hittleshlps authorized
Vice President Fairbanks Is plan
during the past forty-eight liimri.
IC -A hill has been' Intioduced
- An attempt to lovlve tho Japanese
(Continued frost Yz V
D. IC. Baker or Hawaii called the
Somite to order? und. after an open
ing prayer by tho Chaplain, Hev. Mr.
Knllno, a Committee o.i Credentials,
consisting of Senators Coelho, Har
vey, nnd Qulnn, Was appointed nuil a
lecess was tnken while the commit
teemen examined the credentials of
the Senators present.
When the Senate was again called
(( order. Senator Coelho leportid
that the credentials of the Senators
had been examined.
,On motion of Senator McCarthy,
the Committee on Credentials was In
structed to wait uiHJii the Chief Jus
tice and request him to administer
the oath. A recess was then taken
pt-ndlng tho return of the tomiulttee.
After the Senate had ugaln been
called to older, Senator Coelho reen
tered the chamber and announced,
"Mr. Chairman, the Chief J list lie Is
Chief Justice Hartwell then ndmlii.
Istercd the usual oaths und announc
ed that, having taken the oath of of
fice, the Senators were qualified by
law to transact business.
CoelhO offered a resolution calling
for the ndbptlon of the rules In force
during the last Legislature.
Baker then appointed McCarthy of
Or.hu and Knudsen of Kauai us tel
lers for election of officers.
Knudsen placed tho name of W. O".
Smith In nomination tor the Piesl
dcucy of the Senate.
Senator Moore placed in nomina
tion the name of Palmer P. Woods of
Hawaii, and, on motion, tho nomina
tions were then closed.
A count of the votes showed ten
for Scnntor V. O. Smith and four for
Smntor Woods. On motion of Woods,
Smith's election was made unani
mous. There was no opposition when the
names of Knlamn for Vice Piesldent
and Savldge for Clerk came up, so
the Secretary was Instructed to cast
)n accepting the Presidency, Sen
ator W. O. Smith spoke, briefly, ns
"Gentlemen; J, wish to ex-
press my nppicclation of the
honor conferred upon tun, und
to nssino you that, to tho best
of my ability, I shall discharge
tho duties of my office.
"Wo come here ns tho scrv-
ants of the people. Tho scrv- !
nuts of thu people havo n great
iesKjnslblllty. The people hate
a right to expect honesty, cfll-
elency, nnd economy, even ns
wo expect these things from tho
Judlclniy nnd other officers.
With ililo regard to efficiency,
wo must practlco economy.
"Our sixty-day limit to tho
,ses8on Is a wise provision, I bo-
lleve, ,but, theie are dangers In
lt.t ,We; must, take core that tho
work Is carried along icgularly,
that there may be no necessity
fqr,rushng things along toward
Tljo.follovlng officers, duly elected,
1)0(1 the oath of pfllce, administered
tl!'!h'ni: Kal'lno, Chuplaln; Potcr
Knhokiioluna,, BerBpant-at-Arms; Pe
tni Vjctor, Mcsicngcr; Kcohokulolc,
Tlie only contest nroso over tho of
flee of( Chaplain, but Kallno won out,
The election or Keohokalole us
Janitor, the only office captured by
the Democrats caused some little
amijsement.nnd Senator McCarthy
explnlncd'thnt his man was not there
not having expected to bo elected.
Knudsen, chalrman'of tho commit-
issSssstSisWsB9Pk9liPv ;?JvSsii I i
IN FOREIGN PORTS (' I j ARRIVED I
Wednesday, Febiuary 17,
KAHULUI Arrived Feb. 10.
llktii JUnknwill from Iqiilquc.
HANA Sailed Feb 1(1:
Schr. Jns, Rolph, fur Hnn Francisco.
st :i :s :s s: n rt :: :: :: s: tt :i u t:
tcn'aiipolnted tu wait Upon tho Gov
i rnor, nlinounred Hint Ills llycllen
c) had been Itiformed and that his
niessage would be sent down illiect-
The President announced Hint, ni
' seemed ndvlsahle to' mnkn fouiu
changes In the temporary rules uilnp
ted at the opening of tho session, ho
would deter the appointment or tho
various standing committees, with
the' exception or that (in rules, Thci
following. Itulef Committee wns then
mttnrd: Seiinlurs Kulaiim, Knudsen,
A secoml message rrom the Gov
eiuor, giving the names nnd dates of
appointment of tho vnilous Territo
rial officers appointed slure the lat
session of the l.i glsl.tturo wns ro id.
Oil' niollon or Sonatur McCarthy,
the Gotemor's iness.icci was leferrol
to the Cominlllec on Printing, Willi
li'struelloiiH to have it ready by Sat
A 'recces was taken until 2 o'clock
SIGNS OF TROUBLE
' IN LOWER HOUSE
Tho first roll of tho drunii "of war
was heard In tho House bclino It
hardly organized this morning, und
there nro prospicls of plenty pilula in
twron Gotcrnor I'renr ami ciitaln
lncniliorH or the lower legislative li.Js
Ilcprcsentatlto Affuiisn, or ui- JIi'hI
reprusentatlvu ilUtilet r Hid IiP, It
hind, Intioduced u co'icinrcul roolu
Hon, the adoption or whlrh would lie u
direct slap nl Iho Gotcrnor l Is n
lesolutlon or endori.iiit.iit of the Wfl
Introduced by ISelegito Ku'ilo Into
CongrcbS, nt tho n-iiuest iif K mlh-i
tho c-annonbill of Kolul.i .;l,,!ie: ihe
f LoglHlutilio or tho Tt-rrltnrv Hi ihUit
And potter to ameiul or h'ikm1 t,n 1-unl
This hill Is strongl nipmil to Ihe
one intioduced, also 1 Kuhlo, in Hm
request or the Goteiuor, for tho nnio ld
niciit of Ihe Organic Act by Cuimum-
Tils mc.-iKiiio coiitulns no protlxluu
for tho tinkering with Iho I in si i.inv
by.tlle Legislature, ri it it Gotcrnor 1'ie.il
stated ut a hearing before th Keinic
Comniitteo that ho did not think that
tho Lcgislatuuof this Tcirltory had
jet iiulti) reached thu stago tihero It
was nileil for dealing ttith tills Import
ant problem. AffoiiKo's lesnlutlou i
ctldenlly lulemleil us u ivbiku'u Hit
Got ei nor. Tho lexoMlion will ' un
duubtcdly protoko u light In'tho loiter
house anil probably tu thu upper. Its
ImiMirlunt paragraphs mo in rollovis:
Wheicas, There Is now pending be
foro tho Congress of Hid United Stales
or Ameilcu a certain hill lutrodlred by
It's Delegate to Congress. Hon
J. K. Kalanl.iuaolc, which, If p-oseil
l) said CougiesH, will confer upon thu
Lcglstatuie ot the Territory or Hawaii
tho potter and right lo amend nnd ro
peal tho public land IntvH ot Hiwnll,
Whereas, It Is Iho expressed A of
tho people or this Terrlloi) that the
Legislature may lu tin- near futiiio uc
qulio b) act of Congress tho power und
right to legislate for tho regulation
and disposition of tho puhllu lands,
Hieiefore, bo It
Hesolti-d, II) the Hotisa of Itcpie
scutntttes, tho Scuuto concurring, Hint
wo heicby endorso the principle of i.,ild
bill and do hereby urgu and recom
mend Hint Congiess act favorably nit
on t.al.l bill ns soon ns m iy be, bellet
tug that tho Una pnssugu or said bll'
will piomoto u hionder duvulnpiiient
or tho IndiiHtilal pursuits mid luleicbts
or this Territory,
The Senate occupied thu majority
o,' Its tiinu this afternoon with com
pleting its oigauUntion und passing
its lules. A resolution by Coelho was
adopted by which the Semitois will
liuvo toiles (jf till tho newsjiapeis
published, oven tu thu Japanese.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Charles Ynnlclc, who had, rrom
all nccnunts, woikcd up nn elegant
Jug, foi felled his bail this inorulng
at tlio Police Com t Mr. Sun Chong,
who evidently is more paillul to
saiiibhu than water, appeared befoio
Judge Audi ado und dug up four plec
ei of sliver in token of homage
A number or Jutciitles then took
the stugo and related their fortunes
and mlsfoi tunes ut the ullui'liig game
of "7-1 J," which game seems to be
a fashionable pastime out Kallhl wny.
The oiiths wero all admitted to pio
bi'.tlon. The next number was Senor Chit
Sang Wii'g wondeiful linpcisonatlou
or n tramp. It was so perfect Hint
Judge Andindo gavu the hobo six
weeks, and ut onco un eucoie, muk-
Wodiii'sila), Fuliruary 17
Rtinr. ClaudliH!, Ileunell, fiom llllo
end way purls, A:", n. in.
Ktmr. W. (1. Hull, Clark, for Kuilal
poitH, a. m.
j Tuesday, lVhiuary IIS.
, Slmr. Noeiiu, M Itrhr-tl, (. fin- KiiimI
pons, i p. in.
Slmr, Mlkbluil I, for Moloknl and
Muni pints, r, p. in
Kliur. Klnnil, for Kniial ports, r, p. m.
M. N. K. S llllutilnu, Johnson, from
Per hlmr Kliiau, for Kami ports.
Fob. KI-.Mrs. C. Jl, Cooke, C. I'. Her
Per thur. Claudlnn, rrom llllo and
wny ports, Feb. 17. Fioni Ililo: I),
Mc-Kenzlc und wire, dipt. A. W. let
lc, l.lcilt II. II. Morihe.ul, Itoht.
1'o.mI. From Knhiilul: Mlis A. Von
,Tompsk), Frank Wright, Mrs Kelllnol,
.ii-is ii. i.jons, .1 i. niiicinir nun who,
Mrs. A. C. Prerdnir. C Ciowell. Dr. It.
II Dliieg.ii-, dipt. W. i: Bill, wire and
child, Lieut. Kumnki, Lieut. Ku.ic. S.
Ikc'cer, II L. While. Mis A. linos,
.1 S. Soiizn, Sill K'ee. I1. N. Knho'oio
Inn l, Uipniui Keuwcpooole, L:inii
Slug, Uimp Choy From l.'ihalni:
Cait. S. 11. Keloouol, Lieut. !?e.irl,
I Lieut W. Knliinktiii. II. S. Wlllliim.
Miss L. Knholo. Mrs. M. P.nhnu. 47
members Co. I), 45 members Co. I, SI
membors Co L. '2 hospital corps.
Per stnir. W. (I. Hall, fiom Kami.
F'b. 17 Mill Sing, Flora Knnl, Jns.
Ap.iu. Mis. Mnl una. Alt Chapmun. T.
If lltdei, Mri. Scott and Hireo ehll
Urcu and liuihc, .Mih P L. Wilcox, (),
Onuled, II it D(mne, filing I. lug. S
i: Luc is, I' W Spitz nnd 3 deck jus
singeis. CAPTAINS CHANGE
COMMANDS AT SEA
IMdeiitly the undent proterh
ni.eiit the (bunging or hinsis in thu
Middle ot tlio Hi i cum docs not nppl)
lo changing ships lu the middle or
the m.i. C.ipt.ilu Clark ami Captain
lllrgoD or the llllel-Inl.inil licet lust
night changed (oiuimiuds tight In tho
lic.nl or Ihe Kauai ihaunel.
Clnik wnxini thu Kinaii, wlilch left
last night for Kauai, anil (!rcgoi
wiih In (ominniiil or the steamer V. G.
Hull, coming In llonolulu As thu
Itto Hte-uueis uppioucluil e.iih cithei,
signals tteie exchanged. Tho steam
en. weru Hlopped, much lo thu sur
prise ot the passengers, und C.ipt.ilu
Clink und Captain Giegory linmedl
utely leR their bildges lu ehiiigu or
flitt olllcora and boaided each other h
Maimer without im mishap.
C.ipliilu Clurl. Hius turned nbotit
and icturued heie this moinliig in
e ninnd or thu W. (1. Mull, uhllo
Captain Gregoiy, who came hnir way
to meet Clurlt, returned to Knunl.
Captain Thompson, tho regular
commander of the Hull, Is hiivlng a
ttell-caiucil tacntlon and his place Is
tempoiailly tnken bj Captain Cl.uk.
Till: KINAU left jeMerda) uflei
noon at r, o'clock ror Kmi.il. She u.is
In coniinanil of ('apt Claik, who look
Captain Giugoiy's place, Iho latter li.
Ing on K iii.il.
t ttt tti -i. f
lug the total threo monlhs.
These plelliiitu.illes cle.ued Iho
way for thu 'slur turn of the nuiui
Ing. A woolly-looklng indltldiiil.
ttuiidlug six reel In his shoes, nn
uounced tin. rnct that he could not
he committed to thu insane As)iim,
ii he, pcrsuiiully, had abolished nil
smh laws on Alan li 2d, l'.tOC.
On being piesscd to state his tiama
ho leplled: "General Tom Thumb,
born United Stales, jeai 1817!" Tho
Judge Inniilicd ns lo thu leason or
tho Gencinf leghiteilng us John Gray
on ii prctloiH tislt "Oh, I've cluing
i'il my name now und urn ' Gcncinl
Tom Thumb. I wUh to go to Hong
kong or Shanghai. Tenitory or Hu
tvall s no iiMi to mo."
On Deputy SheillT lloso telling (ho
Judgo that tho steamship company
wmid not nllow Tom Thumb on
bo.ud, the (ieneial beenmo excited
and iciu.il keil fasunlly tliat Ilosu was
u tailcgalcd liar.
Doctor lliuoisnn, It Is snld ,hns on
two oc-nslons nxumlned TIiiiiii ror
mult), but could not flm anything
wiong with lilin Tlie Doctin shoulil
hnto boon in court this morning, ami
n few sjniptoms might havo been no.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyrle
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D VMLKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp'-N'o South St, j