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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 190!
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Aloha Temple Annual Meeting
All vlaltliiK memheis (if tlia
Older am coiillally Invited in
attend ip.i-Mtlueu uf lucnl lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 V M.l
MAHINt tNUINttny other Asso
BENEFICIAL A$Sn,JIATION. ciatlons cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7 30 In I 0 O. V Hall, nit I Street.
11. It HHNUHY, Secretary.
1 1). Wicke. N. (I.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Hrst nnit third Frl
Hay evening at 7:30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
rortier Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
JjriitlitTH rnrdlally Invited to attend,
1". K. NUGENT, 0 C.
It. COSt.INO, K. II. 8.
uiniiif piiAiiimumI --. a .
HONOLULU I0DGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, 11. P. O.
I!lks, meets In their hall; on Kins
''Hired, near Fort, evory Friday even.
ilne. Visiting llrothcrs are cordially
"invited to attend.
i:. A. DOUTHITT, E. H.
II. C. KASTON, Sec'y.
itONOLUIU AIRIX 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nil and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each iiiunth at
,7:.10 o'clock In IC. of 1'. Hall, corner
, lierelnnla and lA)rt streets.
X'Ultlni; Uagles aro Invited to at
Itend. W. M. MrCOY, V. l'res.
II. T. MOOIti:, Secy.
fc- i.i.i. i ... .i
ym. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and Ith Saturday
oveiilnj; nt 7:!!0 o'clock In K. of 1.
Hall, ror. Fort und Ilerelanla. Visit
ing blethers cordially Invited to at
lend. r. m. Mcnttuw, c. c.
i:. A. JAL'OIIHON. K. it. S.
j HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each mouth at Kulchts of
I'ytlilnn Hall. Ylsltlni; brothers cor
lllallj- imlted to attend.
Ti. A. I'KUItY. Sachem.
n. v. Tonu, c. of ii.
P . BB
M. A. Gunst & Co.
REdAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Agents for Islands.
,A 031 Foil St.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR.
Young Bldg. Tel. 339
John Oliver has been placed on his
. Rood hehalor fur a period covering
two weeks. Ho n.is been lopeateui.
minlKiii'd upon a cluiiKe of drunken
lieu'i und this morning was released
by JiiiIko Andrailo with the dlstine.
iindeisliniillliK that he report nt court
M the expiration of his paiole ami In
the meantime keep away fiiim the en
tmiBllim meshes or Old Jidin llailoy-
rm" r ,h
Din LCr; "AOO HAY M
riMltiJ tW) "
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA. COUGHS. BRONCHITIS. SORE
TIIKOAT, CATARRH. DIPHTHERIA
VapotlnJ Cr.aolm itopi lli pnoiyiml ol
V Iiuuij Lmijli. trt.JiW Ctoup caniiol
ami whi CiaoUno ll ami. ..Il.cti djifdlir
cm n aiJ lHoal, natinf br.athint aa,y In Iht
rata bt coljtl loulSel lh low Ihreal and ilirt lh
cvuih. Il ) twon to tulctrtl (loin Atlnraa
Craaolah. ll toMi'ul taimiclV. acting Imlh
i ruialtt and pifnliT in trtilaiwua ditaatai
Creaolanft'a tl KfunmcoJabcn la ila thirty
yran w luctnuul u.
far Sala If all Draill.ll
StnJ 'o In f DKrt.
Throat T.blali. timp'e
a, J awlniaf lot I'm It
ilalrj Ihioal 10c.
Tat Viaa Cmatiaa C.
Ill Faltaa !l-ifl,
h. Tatk Cllf.
An educated Herman who ieaki
I'l.Kllvh. German and .lapaneno tluent
l mic iKiallliin, See chmHllled ad
'erllnementii C'omiler'K Jewelry Hliiie will ha ojieii
g.iiurila 1lh and Utli Inat. and fiiim
then i'n nlKht In the 2llh. See
1 kv 11 for ad.
If .miii have n house Hint von want
In rent fiirnlhel let 11IkIioi Tnmt Co.
know nt mice. They liac everal ai
lilleanls for fill lilxlivl Iioiikvn. OIIIco
on llelhel street.
If Minr antoniohlle, canlaKe or w-aK-
on needs repairs or palnllnK. ou can
Ui.ve It at the shop of V. W. WiIkIU
Co.. Ltd.. ktumliiK that only the most
eliert Vjiirkmen will he emplojeil on
The window at .1. Hopp & Co.'s,
vhlch ulinw a few of the dolls that llm
ladles of SI. Clement's Church will of
fer for sale Friday and Saturday, Is tin
Mibject of many complimentary re
marks aml'thu sale will imnuestlnuahly
he ii Brent stircess.
Too Kieat stfes cannot he laid on
tho Importance In business Ininsiie
tlcus of the Instant eomumnleatlon af
forded lay the Wireless, Many an Im
pel taut deal has fallen thnm;h he
cause of the limit Intervals between
malls. Iteniember wireless Is Instan
taneous. WIRELESS FOR
Wireless commimleallim on that iir
Hon of Hie l'aellle ocean lyliiR In the
track of essols llyliiK between San
l-'ranclhco. l'liitct Sound portf and the
Hawaiian Islands, will bo aiiRinented
by a powerful Installation of apparatus
that will bo tarried by the new Allien-
tan-ir.iwallan liner Jlonoluluan.
1'lnelHit Ihe laiKu and eomiuodlous
new steamship In the ranks of steam
irs bearing the ovirnus method of
rimmimlcatlnii marks thu Initial In
itallathm of wlieless tcleRraphy on
the Atnerlcan-IIawallan line
C. I'. Morse, the Reneral iiKcnt for
the Amerlcan-IIawallaii Line nt Hono
lulu before letiiinluK to the Islands,
I aid a visit to the new stenmcr which
II now under construction ut the east
ern shipyards. He Impeded the new
wireless quaiiers now lilted Into tho
btcuincr. Mi. Morse was ilven to und
erstand by the builders that the Hono
lulunu would be fitted with us (iftlcle.it
iippniatus us Is to be found upon any
liner now eiiRURod In the Pacific trade.
11 may he almost a ear boforo tho
Honolulunii (k lend)' to ctinimeiico her
Ajiiily-clttht day uclP'duhi between
Sim -J'Vanclsco und Honolulu, It In
ll,,, n'!iMpn to operate this vpisuI
htvlctly In tho finn Krnnclseo Honolulu
Mr. Mnrte stales that the vessel's
cabins will not only ho commodious
hid will be supplied with all the liu"st
slid modern conveniences now demand-ciii-
a fastidious travelhiR public.
"Theio Is no icaon why million
alios H.hoiihl tin n up their noses over
the superior passeiiRer accommoda
tions that Mil be offered by our new
eisid," deelarc-l fir. Morse
The Honolulunii w'U have forty-die
Hist elnts Btaterooms at In? dlsKji.
or (he traveler. The best thai money
can buy will bo Incorporated In tho
Keneral scheme to niak for the com
fort and pleasuro or tho Intending pa-lAUBC-r.
AiraiiRuments will bo nuidn
so that the cnhlns can be oouverted In
to larRe buIIb In order to uccominodalo
those who desire exclutdveness.
While tho other vessels now i-URJKcd
In tho Pacific Coast-Hawallan service
will be dlveited to other Island ports
of call It Is tho Intention to keep the
IKiiioluluan plylns with the reKUlarlly
o' clockwork between Honolulu and
Tieasurer Conkllug hi ought a
quantity of new milrlc fiom the IJmt
on his rHiiin to the Islands und h.w
pieuented It to tie local band. After
U little practice selections of uihto-date
melody will be Riven to thu public ut
ll.o ovenlns band concerts.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
tt the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of tvyo hun
dred sheets of good paper. 3lx for a
Anto-Tallyhn, picnics, parlies. Tel. C.
Fine copperplate eugrnvliiR and
printing nt lleakbano'r. Fort sheet.
Automobiles hack rates, Empire
stand. Phone 213., llelhel und Hotel.
Go to the Walkkl Inn for n swim;
best bathtdR oh the beach. No coral
nnd flue rati for bathers.
The Catholic ladles' Aid Society
irtcts tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock
al the Convent
Anything new In the sporting Hue?
Anything good In the liquor line? You
inn find It ut "The Two .lacks "
New hats for Christmas havo Just
arrived at the Kxpert Hal Cleaners
Fort street, opisisltc Club Stables.
Xmas cards, calendars and souvenirs
nt Hill's curio stores, cor. Alakea and
Merchant Sis. and Postofllce lane.
A line display of Oriental cmlirold-
erv Is being mndc. nt Yee Chan &
Co.'s at the corner of Ilethel and King
Yee Chan & Co. havo Jnst lecotved
a big shipment of Siuarcdeal hosiery
This hose Is guaranteed to wear six
Coat your lion roofs with "Arabic."
You will bu surprised at Its cixillng
and preservative proiwrtles. Ca'lforula
Feed Co., agents.
Thos. F. McTlgho & Co. have one of
thu finest assortments of table wines
and liquors In the city. Call up Phone
140 and get a trial order.
Try some of tho Vienna Ilakery's
lloston b"wn bieuil nnd Ilostoii baked
beans. Will be delivered to residences
ilsin telephone order. Call up 197.
U. W. Carr, superintendent of the
railway mall service, has returned
fiom an Inspection trip to Maul an I
Hawaii, lie arrived this morning ny
the steamer Claudlnc.
Miss Ivy ltoblnsnn, Mrs. T. Guard,
MJss Woodln nnd Mrs. J. F. Wood ore
I'tnong thu passengers booked for Hllo
by the steamer Manna Ken, sailing for
the big Island on next Tuesday.
Ferd. Ilrandt, who arrived in Hllo
ucently In the Knterpilse, has secured
a position with thu Hllo Mercantile
Co. Mr. Ilrandt was for jears con
l.ectcd with the business offices of va
rious of the Hearst newspapers.
James McMahon has confessed nt
Kansas City, Klin., ihitl he killed his
two sisters nnd his luother-fn-luw on
e farm near that place. A seer sent
a letter to the police giving almost
tho exact details confessed by Mc
Mahon. A brewery combine of J10,u0U,uou
In I'.i. el te county, Pennsylvania, Is
said, to be backed by tho steel trust
In an effort to curb drinking huhlls
of emplo)es In the mills. The cor
poration would also, stop sale of beer
The now mill of the Hllo Sugar Com
pany Is fust Hearing completion. Sug
ar machinery for this mill has been
i hipped from thu local Iron wurkB.
Machinery for the llonokaa mill has
r.lso been shipped and will be In place
Tjils city Is not tho only place on
this Island that Is feeling thu water
shortage. The natural gulch supplies
iii.ed by many plantations, are fast dis
appearing. Tlie plantation pumps nre
kt III drawing the usual supply from
Attorney Heen has returned from
linmakuii and Is now making arrange
ments to locate In Hllo with Ids fam
ily. Ho will occupy the cottago re
cently occupied by Nnn Alull, Htid the
I lidding is now being subjected to re
pi. Irs and additions,
For robbing a Chinaman out Kulihl
way, about the middle of last month,
two "boys, named Anton Phillips and
Tom nlchnrils, wbro arrested by thu
pollco yesterday. The oltlcers havo
been on watch fur tho young men foi
nearly Ihreo weeks.
Mr. Iluoth of Honolulu who went to
Hllo n few weeks ago to visit tho Vol.
ct-no, has extended his visit. Ho
hpent part of his time at Pun Oo. nnd
Is this week fishing ut KeoaiiJVooth
Is one of Honolulu's most enthusiastic
and expei t amateur rod artists.
Two joiing s'Kiits, who havo been
tolling pietty high In this' city lately
"dew the coop" via thei China, which
bulled for tho Orient a fuw days ugo.
They left several debts for clothing
nnd shoes which they failed to square
up before their departure.
According to tin Interpretation of tho
lostal laws, the county Is liable to
have a suit brought ngalust it for
tending a postal card through tho open
iiWUIh t' pilvatu Individuals with n
statement printed Phercou of the
uiuiitint due for taxes, wc, This Is
considered 'u "dim" card und violates
thu postal laws. s
Tlll is Iho second day for thu full
force uf lloil Cross stump sellers in
thu field. They nro lll(iulnK with very
fi.lr success, hut 'would like Hi see the
Mumps go a bit faster. School chil
li leu lire becoming Interested and there
have been calls fVnm the various mil
itary establishments about thu city.
One apnea! to thu business coiuiuiiully
l that In the future, with tho estab
lishment to hu maintained by thu Hed
Gloss requests for lumporaiy relief of
ll'dlviilnals will cease. Then Honolulu
Ij Just tiuw i-speclully proud of llm
Municipal Spit it and to vindicate It
should leudlly take up hulf a million
ol thu .blauips for iibu Willi holiday
inuuKUiia ra3JCHixvi.3 to leae
ihelf baggage order with
Jas. ii. Love. Phone 152
UU QV-Krv-r - ..
Staying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone S88
O. W. McSougall, Prop,
LEAL IS PAUB
Whatever action tho Territorial
(Irnnd Jury may take In Its considera
tion of the charges against Joseph
I.eal, the former Chief, of Delectlvor.,
Mtbmltted by mo, 'he will not bo rein
Mated by me," ' was tho declaration
mndu by Sheriff Jarrett this afternoon
"I discharged Ileal from tho deter
ti.ve bureau for what I believed to li
the good of the service. The Grand"
Jury may look upon the evidence I
havo submitted before the body lnin
entirely dlffeient standpoint from that
taken by me.
"I am firmly convltlccd that l.eal has
done vnmo things unbecoming nnd un
lawful for an ofllccr of tho law, I liavj
gnna Into this caso caiefull and have
weighed the.ovldenco before formulat
ing the list of charges which Is now be
fore tho Territorial (Irnnd Jury"
Sheriff Jarrett InsUts that he has
l ot as yet tenderod the vacated l)sl
Hon of Chief of Detectives to any one
nf several jHisslhle candidates for the
Thu position has been p.ilng (140
per month. There Is no chance of u
much larger Increase being made In
Ihe police salary list and that feature
may have a tendency tn InfluencH one
or moro applicants In their acceptance
of the iioslllon.
"I havq lino person In lew for tho
ctllce of Chief of Detectives but a't the
present time It would not he advisable
to divulge his names," said thu Sher
When r.'i'ed If any member of n,pi
Advertiser's leporlorlal statT was In-
fc'.udol In tho ellglblo lint, Sheriff Jar-
lett simply beamed oim of his good
lantured smiles hut refined to commit
himself one way or the other. It Is
understood that, (he present sabry at
tached to the, office nt chief of (deter
lives Is not sufficiently tempting ti
cither A. P. Talnr or K. P. Irwin of
the morning paper.
DINKLACE TO MEXICO.
Herman Dlnklage, a bo.ml-i' ir.on,
her of the Inspector's stall ut the local
customs, who has seen lonp nnd faith
ful service. Is going to revisit his old
Clamping giound down along tho Mex
ican roast. Dlnklugu will tako a much
dcrerved vacation and expects to hall
I for San Francisco liv tho transport
Thomas. He will then journey to Mu
len, where he has extensive business
Interests, The Inst time that tho cus
toms oindul visited some of tho moro
pretentious Mexican ports he was
feted liko until that bestowed upon
Ihe crowned heads. ' At his departure
two lusty Mexican brass hands partic
ipated In the bolhterousness of leave-j
taking. "Dink" feels confident of an
outK)iiring of the Mexican masses nt
his second appearance. In the doman
of President Dlar.
THE SECOND vessel In tho now
twelve-day schedule now- to bo main
tained by the Amorlcan'Huwallan lino
In tho movement of tho big Hawaiian
nugar crop via the Tchuantepcc route
will be the steamer Arlzouau. which Is
expected to arrive at Honolulu on Sat
fida Tho ArUonan Is coming down
from Ptiget Sound isirts nnd Is bring
ing a largo general cargo from New
Yoik, San Frnuclsco and Seattle and
Tncomn. This vessel will nrilvo with
freight consignments from New York
by the steamer American, voyage 24,
telling fnyn that port October 'J, tho
i.teamer l.uckenbach, voyage ID, leav
ing Now York October 16.
TUB STF.AMKH Virginian of tho
American-Hawaiian lino Is oxiected to
sull from Paget Sound ports for Hono
lulu on December 14, This vessel Is
bilnglng out genernl lines of United
A KADIO wlruluss telephone con
cern Is advertising fur bids for tho
election of a tower In Seattle to the
end ot Installing wlieless apparatus
on Puget Sound ciafl and coastwise
TWENTY-EIQIIT days from .Now
CMtle, N. 8. W.. tho freighter Aard,
fljlng the Oeruian (lag, has arrived at
Kahulul with u shipment of Australian
Cor i nr0t DulUtlft
EVENING CLOTHES FOB
W. W. AHAINA f& CO.
02 So, King St.
' . '.UjWul .
the CITY TRANSFER GO.
. Excavating and Filling,
' ' 'vXJuVGr
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
, THF.HB WILL be over twelve thou-1
ri.nd tons of sugar as well as a laigp
Lhlpmcnt of pineapples nnd other Hi
vallan products to leave the Hawaiian
Islands for the Pacillc Coast by the
American-Hawaiian liner Alaskan,
vhlch Is now nt Hllo discharging gen
eral catgo. Tho departure of the Alas-
1 an Is scheduled for the eighteenth of
this month and It Is bcllevod that her
last port of cnll will be nt Kalmlul, The
Alaskan will be the Initial steamer In
the service inntntnlnod by six largo
freighters which will participate In the
transportation of the large sugar crop.
Another steamer will follow twelve
days later than thu ArUonan which i
I'ue ut Honolulu! Saturday.
IN ADDITION In a full cabin pas
longer list, the luter-lslaml steamer
Ciaudlnu, nrrtvlug fiom Hawaii and
Mnul jKirts this morning, brought -10
on deck nnd a consignment of freight
including 50 cords wood, fil sneks corn
J (i barrels wine. 234 packages sun
ililes nnd a shipment of 1U hogi. Thu
vessel encountered northerly swells
pcconipuulcd by some rnlu on thu In
THE AMEItlCAN schooner Kqna,
iibout forty days from Port l.udlnw
with n lhlpmcnt of lumber consigned
to 11. Hackfeld & Co.. Is reported to
have arrived nt Hllo by tho steamer
Claudlne, which leturned this morn
ing from the lilg Island. "The sihooher
W. H. Muistou Is sllll at Hllo tnklu;(
on n idilpmcnt of railway ties-intended
foi thu California coast,
IT IS IlEI.inVED that the HilMsh
oil tanker which called In nt thl.; pmt
yesterday with a shipment of fuel oil
ttoni South America destined for In
pan, will complete her charte- with
the present trip to the Orient rim
vessel Is a line typo ot freighter foi
the carrying of oil. She is a largo ves
hel and haH not heen In commission a
great length of tlnio.
THE AMEItlCAN-IIAWAIIAN 'liner
Ncrndan is scheduled to sail from San
Francisco for Honolulu direct on De
cember 13. This vehsel has first class
passenger accommodation ,for n dozen
peoplo. Tho Nevadan U duo to arrive
here on or about the 21st of Iho month
nnd It Is understood that the vessel
Is bringing a large gcncinl cargo.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Hyades nnd the Oorninn freighter As
Curil n ru reported ut the harbor of Ka
hulul by tho. steamer Clmidlnc, which
arrived at Honolulu this morning. The
I'yndes Is taking on n shipment of sug
ai ror the cottst white thu Herman ves
sel Is dlschaiglng a consignment or
Australian coal brought from the New
castle, N. S. W.. coal mines.
THEItE IS a iKiiilhlllty of the
United States army trai,.;poit Thomas
r.ot arriving s,i this p, I' in unite to
S.in Francisco before, Siiml.t nioiuuig.
Ihu vessel sailed fiiim Man It mi No
vember 14, with casual.! and civil ser
vice employees or tho hulnr Uoveiu
ment In the Philippines. Tie) Thorn is
will take several ias4cngr fiom Ho
roluu, bound ror the rout
IT IS HKPOIITEI) that the Toyo
Klsou Kulsha liner Tenyo Maru Is
bringing at least one thousand tons ol
Oriental freight ror -110110111111. Tho
vessel sailed from Yokohama yester
day und should arrive here on or about
THE llltlTIBII ship Celtic Chief,
which is understood is bringing a ship
ment or fertilizer consjgpod to the Hat
wallan Feillllzlng Company. Is out
ono hundred and thirty-six days fiom
THE JAPANESE steamship Klsa
guru Maru ban been sunk In a hurri
cane, ull of her crew having lost their
lives. Twcnty-flvo bodlos hnyo heen
icrnvercd according to u cable from
THE SCHOONEIl Jnmqs H. llruca
Is reported tu havo made thu trip fiom
thu Hawaiian Islands to Sam Francisco
1'. eighteen day.. Accoil-ig ii aMt-i
received here tho schooner ajilvcd at
thu Golden On 0 city i.'i 3c !. 'nr Ut
THE AHHIVAL or tlia American oil
steamer Santu Itltn at Port 8nn I. ills
is noted In tho lute' cables. This ves
sel sailed from Honolulu on November
18 and arrived at tho oil port on Sun
i j 1
'1 IN FOREIGN PORTt I ARRIVED
L 4 ii
Thursday December 2.
SANFHANCISCO Arrived Dec. 1:
Schr. J. H. Ilruco, from Mnhukona,
Nov, 13. -
HII.O Arrived Nov. 28:
Schr, Kona, from Port l.udlnw.
SEES NATIVE HULA
' IN NEW LIGHT
'Unwritten Literature of Hawaii"
Is the title of a very Interesting nnd
most Instinctive volume from tho
I en of Dr. N. B. Emerson that has
Just been published by tho Hureau
of American Ethnology of the Smlth-
boulnn Institute nt Washington.
This Is the work on which Dr. Em-
erson has been cngnged for years,
and contains the result ot the most
painstaking reseat ch Hint hns ever
heen devoted to the old life of Ha
waii. The volume has to do with
the history of Ihe sacred sniigs of the
Hawaiian hula. Dr. Emerson sees
Iho hula In an entirely new light,
as enmpured with the popular rden
of the present, nnd a casual glatnc
at tho volume shows that lie has
brought into his study of tho hula
and tho Mings of ancient Hawaii n
tiememlous amount of general Infor
mation that gives a liberal education
on the, old life of the Hawaiian peo
ple. The volume Is published by the
United Stales government, which es
tablishes Us worth fiom n scientific
standpoint, nnd it Is prepared In n
style that makes tint sTudy of tho
hula as Inteiestlng n's n romance.
The price Is 1.' per volume' ami
may he had on application to' Dr.
EiuerMiu. No library on llawalt Is
lompletu without ll, nnd the visitor
to Hawaii will find the volume n
very acceptable one for getting the
true story of Hawaii,
WAIALUA GOES UP
iLSO HAW'N. mi
Walulua nt 123 nnd Hawaiian
Commercial' nt IIT.MI were the ad
vances scheduled oil the s'lock hoard
today Hint tell or the trend or the
market. Hot Ii thete flgures nre
recoids for these s;ocks, and there Is
no Indication that the price will go
lower this season. .
Oahu Sugar advanced yesterday
afternoon, over two 'hundred shares
Ulllug, at ,12.87 I -2, Mrllryde U
lit 1 1 1 strong jit C:M, nnd Olna holds
ill u. .i. llonoi.au recoveieu loiiuy
It cnii he seen that the market U
strong. So far ns trading Is con
cerned, the crowd Is waiting to heic
tho result from the trip of the Alex
ander & lluldwln party to Mcllrydo,
11 Is very Impiobablo that tiny nu
theutlc Information will ho received
previous to the return of the 'party
ic -Honolulu. 1 lie limn action will
ho taken by the directors lnN this
TU UHAMNSL WHARF
Some alterations are being mndi
nl the channel wharr preparatory to
the arrival ot several hundred Portu
guese Immigrants which are expected
to leach Honolulu on or about Dec.
It) by thu llrltlbh sioamshlp Swan
ley, A largo number of bunks , 111 e
being built at the shod for the ac
commodation of the Immigrants.
THOMAS CAN -TAKE
There is flrst-ejuss passenger ac
commodation for about twenty In
tending travelers to San Francisco by
tho United States arnfy trnnspott
Thomas, which should arrive here
cither on Saturday nfternoon or
Sunday morning. Tho vessel will
receive n prompt nlspatcli by the lo
cal quartermaster's 'department.
-THE INTEIl-ISLAND steamer Nil
hau Is nn arrival at tho poit with 11
bhlpment of fifty head of cattle from
Hr.wull. Tht- vessel nlso brought ,1
rmal ninount of sundries. Thu vessel
ti'tt with guod weather oil her tilp to
THEIIAHGEMolnuchtun which has
been employed for some montliB past
In Pearl Harbor dtedglng work, bus
been undergoing a cleaning and ro
painting 011 the local murine Hallway.
Tho wotk will probably bo completed
THE UfAHK 8. C. Allen will Ro on
the niaiinu lullway alter completliig
IhiMllschaigu'or a Klilpmeul oMumher
which uttlred hero homo days u'go fiom
1 ort llrugg.
Ai-TKii twivNTY days' passage
Hum Honolulu Hie lltltlsh ship Hlver-
sldii Is iiK)itu, to havo artlvcd at
loit Townsend, Washington,
MiaV-a. ln.u-a ,&,
Wednosdny, December 1.
Slmr. Claudlne, fiom Maul ports,
4 : K
i fitmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii and Maul
lKirts; pass, ami gen. cargo, u p in.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, ror Sail Fran
cisco,' pass, nnd gen, cargo.
Her cruiser Arcona, from San
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from China
nnl Japan ports.
Stmr. Maunn Loa. from Kuna nnd
Kan ports, n. m.
A.-II. S. S. Arlzonan, from Seattle.
U ,S. A. T. Thomas, from Manila,
a in, , , ,
Stmr, Maunn Kea, from Hllo, n, m;
Per stmr. Claudlne. from Hawaii and
Maui ports, Dee, 2. Miss M. McCabe,
C, Nordslrom, (1. W. Carr, Mrt Mason,
V... J.edward, A, llorln. II. C. Ilaylea-i.
W. C. Moore. W, A. Haldwln. Mrs. J.
Ayres.'MIss 8. Peahody, Mrs. E. lieu
rlq'ues, Mrs. II. II. Webb, Mrs. Scholtz,
It. II. Ilcltow. II. E. Simpson, SX, J
Tnltu. C. II. Andrews. Mrs. C. M.
Dlnlsdcll. II. II. Phillips, J. tllbb, Mrs.
Ivruse, It, Irwin.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED I '
Per stmr. Manna Ken for Hllo nnd
way ports. Dec. 7. Airs. J. F. llrmvn,
Mrs. J. F. Woods,. Miss II. Ahrens, .1.
Hull, Miss Ivy Itlchardsou, Mrs. T.
(iiiard .Mrs. Capwell Salto, II. T.
Mills. Miss Woodln. W. W. Ilrlggs. A..
Gnrtlcy, A. If. Gordon Mrs. Gordon,
T. II. Flckel, Mr. and .t,rs.Adamii.
Per stmrClaiidlne, for Hawaii und
Mnul Kirls. Mrs. C. II, Dickey, Geo.
W. Lucas. Mr, Kim Isen, W. Green, M.
Per stmr. Miiuiia Uia, for Konti and
Kan ports. Dec. 7. W. W. Ilrlggs, A.
Hartley, O. K. Wall.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports. Dec. 2. A. ltohltison ard parly.
D. L. Austin.
At tho meeting of tho Hoard ot
Supervisors which was called to or
der at noon today by Mayor Fern, .
County Attorney Cathcart requested
leuve of absence for two months.
Urgent private family reasons re
quired his presence nt his old home,
r.ud he. wished to lake the next
tiansport to the coast,.
Qulun moved that Iho leavo of ab
sence be granted, and It was second
ed by Aylett. Qulnn, In making thu
motion, said that 'he nlso wMiod It
to he placed on recotd that County
Attorney Cathcart had carried out
his duties In tho most siitlsfuctory
manner, and proposed n vote or
thanks, which was carried iinnul
mously. The first business brought up was
the passing of the payrolls or tho 1
various departments, nnd thcro wns
no hitch In tho proceedings. All
the payrolls went through In quick
order without nny comment.
,ln the matter of the leasing or
three rooms In the Knplolanl build
ing for the use or Iho Hoad Hoard,
everything wus reported O. K. with
tho exception of 11 minor change tt
be made In the form or lease.
Thero was no more business, ami
tho meeting adjourned until Tues
day ovenlug next. Tho caucus will
meet on Saturday to discuss tho np-1-ioprlatloif
hill ror the first six
months In thu coming year.
The statement made yesterday
that the members of the special com
mission on what ves and landings he
lloved that tho property rights in nil
of the private landings and whurvon
wore Involved by tt point raised by
Mnrston Campbell sllll holds good.
Tho tact Unit the members of the,
commission may havo misconstrued
fCampheir statement was made plain
jesieruuy. The foundutlon ror tho
story that the Territory claimed .1
ptoprletaiy light In the private
landings was baBed upon the lequest
lor u legal .opinion made to the at
torney general's department by tho
commission on Its general under
btaiidlng that the Superintendent or
Public Works made a claim ns stated.
Wlllluni Wuguer, ror many yearB em
ployed ut Iho Pacific Mill, Hawaii, Inn
lift that plantation and Is nt present
woiklug tin- Hit, Hawull liilgitlou Com
l'auy. Put set- Chaney of IliB steamer W. O.
Hall Is leslgulng rniiu Iho employ' or
thu Inter-Island Company und Intouda
b'olug to tho Coast,'
..a..'ai'A, faal. uMartklM, ft., Vj'rilnJll ..lliairMliWaii-tt'Ani