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KVENINO BULLETIN. noNOLULl). T. 1!.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, '09. ,
Leahl Chapter No. 2 ReQular.
"All visiting nicmbets of tho
Order nro cordlnllv Invited to
attend meet inns of louil lodge
licet cn the
2nd and 4th
tit X. P. Unit
7:30 1'. M
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSOSIATIQN. ciaticns cor
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cveiy Mondnv evening nt
7-30 In I 0 O. 1'. Hall. Tort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Scrrcturj.
I'. D. WJrkc. N. (J.
AH visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0DCE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every flrst and third Frl
day evening at 7.30 in K. of I'. Hall,
corner l-'ort and Uerctnnln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
I'. It. NUGENT, C. C.
n. GOSLING, IC. It. S,
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, U. P. O.
KlUs, meets lu their ball, on King
y Street, near Fort, every Friday ecn.
lug. Visiting llrothcrs uro cordially
lnvlted to attend.
E. A. DOUTH1TT, 13. 11.
"x II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU .AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ilorctanla and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles nro' invited to at
tend. W. M. -McCOY, W. Prcs.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ilorctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend, r. m. Miorew. c. c.
E. A. JACOIISON, IC. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TBI3E, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every nrst and third Thurs
days of each month t Knights of
PMhlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially muted to attend.
L A. PnilUY, Sachem.
L'. V. 'IODD, C. of H.
TOR SALE AT ALL BARS
"Tho Finest Bathint: on the Beach."
Mcah At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. HEROIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES nnd D R I N X S
The most popular
i' place in town
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberta
Beer on Tap
; Orpheum Saloon,
' W. O. OIIALMr.KS
Oeucral Coiilnwtor nnl Builder.
A Estimates Furnished
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Kftufolanl Building,
Honolulu, T. H,
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil oppo.in Hold St. Frtoclt
European Plan $1.60 a da; up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lugs co?t $200,000. High class bote!
atmoderatc rates, Center of theatre
nndrelalldistrlct. Oncarlinestrans. ,
fcrclngallovcrclty. Omnlbusmeets ,
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as ;
address, "Trawcts." ABC Code.
The Palm Caft- will maintain Its i1,
m at I gu fur tlio making of Una plea tills
thirnksglvlng Prices on regular and
' ai.i i(h .ii e iiiiotpd In thlj Issue.
Force-growth makes tho lawn glow
It nlro promotes tho growth of ferns
nnd niher liot hoiio plants. Sold by
K. O. Hall S. Son.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co. will hold a re-
marl iblu silo Frldaj and Saturday of
ladles' while linen Milts. The prices'
will he cut to omMhlrd of tho regular
prices To gel sonio Idea of tho amaz
ing reductions see ad in this Issue.
Iho Jewelry display nt M. It. Conn
ter' Is one of tho mostlcotnphjtr- In
iiouiuuiii us Mr counter, lihiialit in
tensively for tho t.ollday U'rtllP. Iluy.
illg Is made ,i.t ,,.) o aMecthii? nl
this p-,n.lar slum because tlm goods
nw priced to Bull evoryona' pdiso.
Tho wear and lt-M iiu onp's clothes
when wuslwd and Ironed by machinery
Is very Kreat All tho work nt the
IVench Laundry. 23S Ilcrctnnla St., Is
done by hand and ono trill will con
vince you of tho Kre.it saving.
Twtnty-Bc 1T cent a'dilctlon
Special salo nf I Able KlAsawarc and
crockery, dinner sets tumblers, wine
rherry and water glasses, boor tilmb-I,,-.
'. .. .,..,.;.. .
ivi ,-L-iiL leiiucuoii in every
thing. Lewis & CO.. Ltd. Glassware
Kiniiorlimi. 10 Kin? street. Tilephone
210 KurMbln-T Tit Iho household. '
Thu best lluniici.il ihscs8oii for a
young couple is Mvlngs occoilut In n
sound nnd cnmrrvnlliely managed
b.mk. Willi nun dolhr jou can oron
such an account nt tho Il.ink or Ha
waii, Ltd., wIutp Interest will bo pild
Jou nt four a:nl one-half per cent.
Six month ' Imprisonment was tho
sentence Imposed this morning by
Judge Do Holt on Prank Marks, who
was Indicted by tho Ginnd Jury for
larceny In tho first degree. Manual
Pcrrclra, who was Indicted for a sim
ilar olfmso at tho same time, was
granted a suspension of suitcnco for
A euspciulnu of i,clitoncd was alto
granted to l"iui,nl.i, a J.ipanesu who Is
charged with nss.lull nnd b.ittcry on a
woman named Matsu. Tho maximum.
duo of $30 was Imposed on him upon
his plcu of guilty to a second charge
of earning u deadlj "niuimn. Thu siis.
pension of sentence on tho lirat chaigu
was gi anted on tho iciucst of City
and County Attorney Cithcart, who
thought that tho f.ict that n scnteneu
was hanging oer Pnnada's head,
would deter tho Jnpauetu fiom umioj
Ing or nttjckhig thu, wymau a.iln..
GETTING READY FOR
Will have openintr No?. 22.
MRS. 7. ROSENBERG
Alexander Youhc Hotel.
. EXCELSIOR; BURIES
Office and Pockety
A. B. ARLEIGH i CO.
md cloth of A-l quality can' be ant
1 O. Box 0G1 Telenhons Ml
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING csd PAINTING.
Office; Honolulu Painting1 Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 811
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big NlcVel Scratch Pad 'for le
it the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five ce'hts,
it one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Blx for a
Call and see Mike Paton at the En
ore. Plrst class chauffeur wants position.
Sea classified ads. ,
Two lono drunks wcrO Rheu nomin
al fines nt Pollco 'Court this morning.
II. A. Iscnberg arrived from Knual
this morning on the steamer W. G.
Hhll ." '
U. Spitz and It, Qulnn were Incom-'
Ing visitors on the Hall this' morning
from Knual. '
I;, de laccy Is In the city for n visit,
lib was a passenger by thu W. 0. Hall
this morning. " '
Send jour clothes to tho Honolulu
Clothes Cleaning Co. for careful press
ing. Phono 147.
For an casy-rldlng car, Jcrr)
flooncy's Packard. ' Telephone 6C9
King nnd Ulshop streets. '
If you want a good J 0 R
auto or carriage ,aj-u to itawallan
Carriage, fg, COl( 4tT quepn fll f .
undgo Itnblntdn tills morning grant
ed n Uorco to Mar)' Sllva from Joo
Sllva on the, ground pf non support.
For the best automobile service, ring
for J, A, McLeod, aeven-atnted Thomas
Fl)cr. Telcphono COO, Independent
Tho Hoaid of Supervisors will con
sider tho appointment of a meat In
spector nt ttwa nt the- next regular
The filial llnwallan hand will play
at the Seaside Hotrl tomorrow even
ing. Mr. Ilerger suyg all tho pieces
will be new.
A demurrer has been died to the
coin il n I III In the care nf II. Hackfcld
& Co., Ltd., against Prank A, Mericatf
administrator of the cstatu of John Kal
Judge Iloblnson has set November
29 ns the dnto for hearing the petition
of Mary Ilorgcs of letters of adminis
tration on tho cslata of MarUnuo J.
A iWrw of dlvnrro has been filed
severing the matrimonial bonds exist
ing between Mrs. M, Lum Young nnd
l.u in Young, on the g-mmt of failure
Dr. Hubert Wood has been appoint
ed n sanitary meat milk nnd fish In
spector for the district of Koolauloa
and KoolnuiMiko to.servo according to
his offer without pay.
Grinding has commenced nt the mill
cf tho Kolo.i Sugar Company, accord
ing to n report which has been received
nt this city by the steamer W. G.
Halt. Thu work began on last Monday.
A bill of exceptions has been filed
by Attorneys Magoon, Wcedcn nnd
Clem Qulnn In the wantage cast of Ed
ward Campbell vs. Hackfcld & Co. The
exceptions nrc to the order directing n
vetdlct for tho defendant.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, tho
Daughters of Hawaii will meet nt thu
resldenco of Mrs. Coney, corner of
lilchards ami Hotel streets, to discuss
matlers of great Importance. All tho
memhers nio requested to attend,
Clarence Robinson, nn old offender
In police circles, was up before Judge
Andrndo this morning charged wllfi
making awny with sonio dried moat
belonging to Hawallans. Ho was sen'
fenced to thirty da of lied nnd board
nt Iho icci'.
I-ihalua, mi Ifuwullau residing In
Knkuuko, was found guilty of selling
two bottles of gtuo on last Sunday, Ho
was arraigned under tho charge of dis
posing of liquor without u license and
was lined ono hundred dollum uiiil
costs this morning.
Judgo Andrndp delivered u rhoit
talk on tho duties nnd treatment from
husbands to wives before . he dis
charged IYank Goveln from custody.
Govcla was charged with having
kicked nnd beaten his wlfo because 'of
Captain Mitchell, master of tho In
ter-isiand fcteamer Iwnlanl, was
charged wltji striking two longshore
men. Ho wus urrnlgned nt Pollco
Court this morning uud asscs.ied a
fine of $7 und costs. One defendant
alleged that Captain Mitchell bad used
n hammer to enforce his prdcis but
this was not proven' to tho satisfac
tion of the court.
A SHIPMENT of 4444 tons of Po
cahoiltas coal has arrived at' the port
from Newport News by Iho llrltlsh
freighter Kllchatt.iu, Tho vcsboI cunio
uii to her bcith ul Iho naval sirp this
morning afler n passugu of fclxlj-fotir
ilajs from tlio Atlantic lo.ihI coal ioit.
Thu vessel will commence to discharge
IT IS EXPECTED that the shipment
of lumber nnd railway ties brought
down from thu coast by tho hulk Ara
go will budlHhiitgcd by Ihe hist of tho
week. 'Ihc Ar.igti Is to go on tho in.ir
inn nillwii) for u cleaning and repaint
ing hsfnro salllng'nn" n return trip to
tlio coast. ')
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
No DampiUu. ,j J
City Transfer Co.
Jast H. Love
Braving and Exnressins
Wood and Coal Phone 686
O. W. McDougall, Prop,
riKST MATE ralcreon of tho Mnt-i
60U tCBWr Xllnillnti, llt-inl dttlvitl nt
Rail Flilllelsl'tl, Will leuve fr Newport
Mown, wllPrd lit! Will (nke itlitttt'd Wsl-
tlOtl till UlP Hullliany's new lluor Wll-
hblmliia. The company has sent back
of Captain Peto .lolmson. with Chief
Engineer Darker 111 charge of engine-
i pom iifralts, Nlewuif l.onbardl. for-
meily of tlio Illlonlan, will he In
chargo of the cullnar dcpartmenl.
The vVllhelmlna Is oxpecicd to leave
thu Kait Coast Dcccmbor 1st, In which
case sbo w'ould urrlve hero In about
sixty days from that tln.e
THK NEWE3T llilllsh Dreadnought
cruiser Lion and her sinter ship, for
which con tracts havo just been let,
will, according to a high authority lis
icmnrkablc for their formidable ton
nage of 20,330 and spo d of twenty
Theto vessels will be 700 feet long
only slxty-two feet shelter than Iho
Cunnrd line steamer l.iisllanli, nnd
will enrry eight tnelvHueli guns.
Tlie big war sblus will cost over $10,
000,000 each. The latest battleship.
the -Orion which is alniut to lio lal.l
down nt Portsmouth, will bo of 22 500
A CAUI.i: received heie announces
tho departure nf thu United Sfites
army transport Thorn is fiom Manila
on November lutlt. This vessel spent
thu following day at Mailvelcs quar
iiiitlno Btatlnn, where tioops were dis
embarked for fumigation. The Thomas
sailed from Miulvules at noon on th
Kith for Nagasaki, .lupin, und should
arrlvo there on or about November
Tin: INTL'IMSLAND ntc.imorW. G.
Hall at rived this morning from Kauai
ports, bringing freight Including SI
sacks of wool, C, lutes of bides, 10
bundles of pelts and suuililcs. Thu
vessel met with fair weather on both
tho outward ami Inward trip.
PACIFIC MAIL Intermediate
liner Asia In expected to nrrivu from
Hougkoug and Japan i-orts on or about
Friday ucconllng to the present cal
culations Of tier ugultts. Tho vessel
will bo glcii a prompt dispatch for
, THU A.-ll freighter Alaskan, with a
largo general e.trgu of merchandise
from New York via Tehuantepec, San
Francisco, and Pugot Sound la ox
pectVil to nirlvo nt Honolulu on Sun
AN OLD WltlXK discovered In tbe
mud of tho Astrnea Channel of thu
Hunngpu Is believed to bo the remains
of an American paddlo steamer burnt
al her moorings In thu sunimor of
ACCORDING TO ntcst advices tho
Pacific Mall liner China, with- passen
gers and general cargo for Honolulu,
Jnpan and China ports, has sailed from
San Pianrlseo on November lClh.
THE AMERICAN schooner Aloha
has been placed on tho berth nt Tn
coma, Washington, to tako on a Kliljv
ment of lumber consigned to tho
ngency of Lowers & Cooko.
THE HARK Albert, under charter to
bring n shipment of lumber from Poit
Ludlow to thu local ngency of II, Hack
fcld & Co,, is now out 21 days from
THE MATSON Navigation llnor Hi
Ionian sailed from S.m Francisco yes
terday with passengers and general
cargo jtc-tllncd for Honolulu.
THE CANADIAN simmer Makura
which left here un November 9th, Is
icpnited us having uirlvcd at Van
THE ARRIVAL of the. , fisoanjo
steamer Ahimela la repotted from San
Francisco yesttuhty: '
Bttsincbs aiul,Xvc'uiii; Clothes made for
W. W. AHANA & CO.
C2 So. King St.
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St.. Ewa o:
if Wniisnn Rirrsm
' THIS MATSON Navigation steamei
llitt1cH, from Puget Sound isirts, Is
d,ia to nirlvo nt Honolulu on Friday.
t - t)s u.ss , ininglng down n cargo
amounting to 5J00 tons, of which nbout
m m ,)(j 1BCh , t
j1""; A ...pmcnt of 30,000 feet of
l""i''or Is on .leek to bo unloadel here.
' tiynucs win remain in pori lor
about four days beforo pinccellng to
Knhulut to dlschnrgo freight and take
on a shipment of sugar.
THE PACinC MAlli liner China
with nasBOirivi., and gc'cri' cargo,
from San Pinnclsco, Is duo to nnhc
nt Honolulu et. ,o,ite to Inpm porls
and Hongkong on November 23, lie-
coidlng to the calcul.illomi of her
agents, II. Hbckfcld & Co. The vessel
will take out but llltlu freight from
this port for thu Orient.
ONE THOUSAND tons of Oriental
cargo Is duo to arrive at the port on
Saturday by tho Pacific Mall liner
Asln, uccoidlng to advices received
through tho agency of II, Hackfcld .
Co, Tho vestel Is takhr; a few lay
over pasFcugcis from Honolulu,
THE AMKMCAK oil tnul.er Santa
Hlta Is nt tho No. 2 rill'vuv whaif dls-
chaiglng her cargo of ci tide oil.
vessel Is expected to get u'vay this
evening or tomonow morning fur the
THE 1110 seagoing dredge South
Day was lnuled upon the mailno rail
way this morning. The cr.ift will und
ergo some minor repairs nnd will bo
TWHNTY-NINi: dajs out from Port
Ludlow, tho American schooner Rob
ert Lcwers Is duo to nnlvc at Hono
lulu dally. This vesrel Is bilugliig
down lumber for Lowers & Cooke,
PUHSEll CHANEY ir tlio steamer
W. O. Hull loportB 2700 sacks of sugar
awaiting shipment on Hawaii
THE KEAUHOU or thu iutci-lslaiid
fleet bus arrived from Walmcn, blink
ing u small caigo.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from Knual
portB. II. A. Itenberg U. Spit. It.
Quliin, E. do Lacoy, L. W. Lul.
I PA8SENGER8 DEPARTED ?
Per M. N. S. 8. Lurllne. Tor San
Francisco, Nov, 17. Mis. ,0. Jl. Flgo
ley. Dr. uud Mis. Rodgers, A. II In-
gills, E. L. Rerkoley, Mm. A. F
Cooko. Mrs. C, Simpson, Mis. E. M.
Scohy, D. E. RIchardB. Walter Vnrney
H. L. Ilrouhclmcr. Miss Tair, P Peck,
Lulu Law, Governor W. P. Frear, C.
A. Iliirns, A. James, J, A. McClcllan, J
J. McMahon, Mrs. M. E. Tcnny, Mrs.
Noon on, W, Duck, Mis. Duck, Miss
Dlancbard, tho Misses flanl, J, M.
Hose, It. S. Gorman, If. Ilnso, W. Rose.
Per rtmr. Claiidlne, for Maul nnd
linn all ports, Nov. 19. W. Leslie
West, W. Puller.
WAS TOO SEVERE
A romrilttca on llenllh and Snulta'
lion from tho lloaid of Superllrors bun
repotted u on tho Investigation of
charges filed agninst Lot C. Lnno, llsh
Inspector, us follow a:
"Wu guvu a hearing to Iho complain
ing fish dealers and their attorney, Mr.
E. A. Douthltt, togethor with Mr. Lane
and his attorney. Mi. Lorrln Audiows,
i ulho Pish luspcctoi'H defeiiio,
Wlillo tho evidence on the charge of
drunkenness wns directly contradic
tory, It uppears to vour cummitlLu that
Mr. Lau'u action on thu occasion in
question, In condemning largo lots of
flBh, vvbb too arbitral y, precipitate nnd
sweeping, therefore deseivlug of cen
time, llu Btdiahu
IN PORKION POrtTB
Wdnesd', November 17,
VICTOMAAl rived No. iRi
S. S. Mnkura, beilcu Nov. .
tlAVlOTA Sailed Nov. lfi:
Marlon Chllcotl, for Honolulu
ARE 'HELD TO
Supreme Court Rules
Thioilgb a doclslon handed down
Ibis morning by the Tcirltorlnl Su-
Ijimo Court tho Important c.iso of
the Terrltoty agalnstSIng High U
disposed of, tho court holding
Act 90 ot the Session Laws nt 130 f
Is constitutional und valid, uud nlso
holding that the act is not unica
ronnblo In lis requirement of u er
tlflcaic by the lloaid or Health thu'
the propose,; location for a Inund'v
Justice Wilder takes Issue with
the conclusion of Chief Justtco Hart-
well nnd Justice Perry, nml In a dis
senting opinion holds that the stnt-1
utc gives n loo widespread power In
tho hands. of tho Hoard or Health.
Sas Wilder In the course ct his
"In the pres'i,1 case the statute
provides Ih.'t out iVslrlng toipernt"
a laundry shall bo unable to pturiiro
a llcetiso un elur without n certifi
cate ot I'lc l-oi i of Health that the
(oration nt vvlnil: It Is proposed to
operate mcli n htundiy Is suitable
for the ptirposo. Tims It Is within
the itihltrary power or the lloaid ot
Health to say that tho pioponcd loca
tion or n laundry on King street it
suitable vvhllo ono on Pott street Is
not nnd thus allow n llconm to Is
sue or not ns U sees lit."
The mnjotlty or tho court, however
holds that tho dlscrullonury power will,
which the Uoard or Health Is gr lilted
under, tho opetntlon or the statute will
not woik an Injittllte.
"Wlillo laundries nny not be 'man
irestly anil palpalily nuieunces an.i
with proper attention to sewago and
drainage ma not bo 'unwholeFome or
capable or nffcctlng the public health,'
they may bu lnjuilous to the health of
persons residing neai1 them for cloth
Ing not disinfected Is capable of car
ylng germs of dlsense."
The enso was Inotigbt beforo the
Supremu Court on n reserved question
from tho Circuit Court v.hero tlfo at
torneys for tho defendant Inundiym.in
Slug High, claimed Hint the requite
mont of obtaining n lleunso from Hi
llouid of Health attesting to the suit
ability of tho situ denied his equal pro
tectlon of Iho laws un dcoustltiileil an
uiire.ihouablo restriction tigaliu.t those
cngiged III Ihu laundiy bilsluess.
Tho decision upholding the winsllfti
tlonnllty of tho statute Is doubly Ini
portnnt because had thu contcntluni,
of tho attorney for Slir; High been
sustained an itttempt would huvo bjen
mado to locttu laundries lu resldenllul
dlsttlets of the city despite objections
Eight Jiiptnci-o who were intituled
up tho other evening by Pepitt Sher-
IIT Ilnso, Kcllctt nnd Ofllcer Ap.tiu
vvero mrnlgncd before Judjo Auii,ido
nt Pollco Court this moinlng nnd each
drew n fine of $20 and costs.
Notice to Stockholders,
Notlio Is licrcb) given that tho
undeislgiicd will mat.o n pifitl.il ills
tilhutlon of the' assets of tlio Motio
liolititn Meat Coiniian), Limited, till
llnwallan imputation, to thu extent
or ?Ji) per Fh.iru tit the ofllco of the
Audit Company or Hnwiill, Limited,
on llethel Street, Honolulu, Toril
lory or ll.iwull, at any tlmu on or
uDcr the 19th day of November,
Him I, teltlllt.itrs mult bu pin
dined. Honolulu, T. H. , November 17,
A. W. T. HOTTOMI.EY,
Tiustco or Metinjpolltnn
Meat Company, Limited.
Wednesday. November 17. .
Ur. S. S. Kllchnltoii, Hlgglns, Cf
daB from Newport News; cargo coal.
t DEPARTED I "
Tuesd'iy, November lti.
Slmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal. nml
Maul ports; pass, and gen. cargo, 5
Stmr.Klnau, for Kauai ports; pass,
and gen. cargd, 5 p. ni.
Stnir. Maul, Tor Kiikalau and Laupa
boehoc. 6 p. m.
Stmr. Noeaii, for Knual poiis; gen.
cargo, 5 p. in.
Wednesday, November 17.
Slmr. Llkellke, for 1 1 on ok irn nnd
M. N. S. S. Lurllne, fo: San Fran
cisco; pass, und gen. enrg), 10 a. m.
11. 11. M. cruiser De-lford, for China
station, 7 a in.
Stmr. W. (J. Hall, for Kauai ports;
P"- "'"' Kcnr cargo.
j DUE TOMORROW
i Hal. crulier Calabria,
M. N. S. S. ll.vadM, fiom Seatllo;
Stmr. Clniullne, from Maul jortc,
wnll ports; pass.
for Maul und Ha
and gen. cirgo, o
P. M. S. S. Asia, from Hongkong
mil Japan potts; pass, mil gen. cargo.
P. M. S. S. Asia for San Francisco;
pass, and gen cargo, p, m,
DUE SATURDAY .
P M. R. S. Asia, from Hongkong nnd
Japan lsirts; pass, nnd gen, cargn
Stmr. Mauna L'e.i, from Maul and
Hawaii oils; pis:)., null nnd gcu.
cargo ii. m.
CONTRACT IS LET
Manager Stanton or tho KnlmuU
Land Comp.ui let tho contract today
for street construction and gcneial
linpiovcment of tho loinptinv's prop
erty now on tho niaiket for siibuiban
residences. Tho contract was secured
by Q. W. MacDougull and work hcgliM
It hi thu Intention of the company to
perfect tho streets nnd do n largo
amount of clearing, Thu rock 3 are
only on the smfneo and after these 1110
cleared off the bet hind In the eiiiiu
trv Is a.illabto und riles for iiuliuilj.iit
homes second to none.
WEEDENS SHIP TAKES
There wns 11 largo and representa
tive gathering or territorial officials nt
the Mntson Nnvtgitlnn wharf this
morning to witness tho dupnrturo of
thu gocd flilp l.uilluu Tor Han Fran1
One of tho p.issciiscis of proniluencu
hound fdr tho maliiliiiid was Governor
W. F. Frear. Miss Virginia Freir ac
companies thu Gov ei nor uud will re
main In California while thu eWutlio
hunks to Washington to transact i:u
poitant business In thu Interests of
C.iptnln Henry P. Weeileji, tin pop
ular master of thu Lurllne h.il thu
l.tirlluo burnished nnd polished like 11
brand nuw pctiuv. The Hawaiian baud
was rtntloucd 011 tho wharf and placed
cnllwiiliig nils pending tho Impioinptii
reception held on tho decks of thu Liu
llnu ptlor to her bulling out of thu
Tbu vessel Is Inking 11 l.ugo general
ciigo liicliidliig i.lilpmcntH of various
lines of products fiom Hawaii.
In addition to thu sugar and pines
(alien on nt ICahiilul end Illlo, thu Veil
Ml cat tied about I .Oil biiuehus of lu
mm an. lSiM) sacks or rlru uiidCO'jJ
cases or pines from Honolulu, '
IDZUM0 READY TOR VISITORS
(Continued from Pace U
nnollter eh.iiieo will be i;(eii to 'lu
1 p, 1 1 ih" uaiHlilp. iin halla (in Mini
dJ at .ibuul H u'lloik In the morning
This morning tho uailors weru bin-)
eleiiilng the ship. Among the vlsltots
who called 011 Captain Takeshlttl. who
was imfoi Innately absent, weto Major
Dunning of Fort Sltaftcr, nnd Major
1 Long ol Camp Vuy.
f. j. -.juiwi.itiu.' i
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