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BVEttWO BULLETIN. RONOLTJLt). T. It., SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1909.
Wlt? $ ;?"
Oceanic, Stated and Election
' of Oltlcen.
, 'I UIIMOA V
Aloha Temple Annual Meeting
FOR WHOOPING COUCH, CROUP,
ASTHMA. COUGHS, 6RONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vjtporltrtl Crtoln flow tr p-roiirimi d
hiipin -is ridiMW Cioup rtnnol
tut wUre Otaotcna ( u'J. It ifciwilf
on n tr.d itml, inking btftihmt ir in ln
tt of tol t ifrtSrt the ne throat ind t lh
coitS. i li a two to ludereu (torn Atthma
CrnoWna a'povfr'ul lemncU. alln Uth
ruiitiivfl and pitrcniire m ccnuttou dnfita
Creioleiia ttl trcgmrneadatiutt U Hi thirty
Far Silt l ill DrtllWl
J Wf Af Dtxrlp.
Throat TblU, tins'
t)d luntKina ffi lb II.
til.tej ihlMt 1ft:. , 1
jst v.P vrnowrt 10.
. ,11 r. Strtrl,
N. TV Ciij.
All visiting members nr lite
Order nre coidlally Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. 11.
lliniitr riiAhirrnni wuuwi vi
MArtinc tnbinttnV other Asso
BEHEFICIAL ASS"SIATION. ciations cor
HARUONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0, Q. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. T, 11MI. Tort Street.
12. It. J1HNDRY, Secretary.
F. D. Wlcltc, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
aAlIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and tlilrd Frt
'day evening at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. It. XUGtiXT. C. C.
r It. GOSLING, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. I'. O.
Elks, meets In tliclr hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
lng. Visiting Rrothcrs are cordially
invited to attend.
n. A. DOUTIIITT, E. 11.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Rerctnnla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eaclcs aro Invited to at
tend. U W. M. McCOY. W.. Pres.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
,Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets cvory 2nd nnd 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Reretatiln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
T. M. McGREW. C. U.
E. A. JACOIISOK, it U. S
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovcry flrgt and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights or
Pythias Hall, visiting brothers cor
dially iuvlt-cd to attend.
1-. A. PERRY. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers,
Dunn's Hat Shop
Get your good things from
J. M. LEVY & CO.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
inrAi - Aim t.pmpd H HAAmXvIio DopcAn.Arc
.vw..n.iv uL.,LnL mTIUUKUlia rajatllttt;. 3 to i - leave
I " I . . i . . I ....tt.lt... Km
. ,m . ' ..... -- - a(p.rn MPfT I lint I Wn nilHMl IHMIUMK i"
their baggage order with the CITY TRANSFER CO. rr&rl,h.,,,7rr
-jas. n. Love. fnone ni
The Big Nickel 'Scratch Pad for Mle
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
m otlMcntH wl"' ,!l iwttlcllun they wnrn nov
alfc all V lot U u in ho t,it.cn uutslda of tho I'mt-
I.Mtd lirfifPsilnnT' Why didn't the
lltillotln man quote m'' ns fln
GREEN CHRISTMAS TREES
Put your order in now.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
QUEEN SAILS TODAY
Xlmlc and lnr,.itf at Krri-'n at "t.W
S.,nla Claui will lw lit itctr's at 2
n'eloek thu nftflrttixin.
Take iv rhl'dron to lerr Artd .t
them "ce Santa Clmli ItnS jttornocn
Whit ik-;' ft Mftrtih will jiack nil
IIH.1a.i Roods In fancy boxes free of
When looking for Chrlstnms grind
be sitro and kco tho display (if Oriental
gordi nt Wing Wo Tnl's,
Miss WoiHlard Is Klmwlnc tw xry
liruttj Chrlslnt.iH miwUles at her Iit
stu-i't stnir that nre certain trt attract
the udmtrntUm of w union vhivicrs.
Niwt time on iictM wood or co.il tiy
nn order with Union-Pacific Tranfeftr
Co. Tho tiesi grades at the lowest
market jirlces and ironiil delivery
suaranti-cil. Phinio r,S.
Men who ha- looking for hw List
values In footwear vhntii load ad of
ManufnctiiK-rx WIiod Co. on first jiago.
Tlu AllAhieilca hhoe at J4.."i0 will
glvo thu groati-st Kallsfactlon.
Tho Christinas sale of nillllnory
which IC. Uyoda. W28 Niiiianii street.
le having has attracted a rry largo
iiumher of ladles who havo been par
ticularly pleased with (heir purchases.
Wonderful assortment of tnvs.
books, rhrlstinati cards and other Hull
nlilo gift thlngfc nt A. It. Arlelgh & Co ,
Hotel street opposlto Union. Sec At
lelgh's great Christmas display, lictoru
making your liurrhascs,
01l aio llllllll Vr riM, ll.. rnnnrl.
nblt; nrrny of Clulf,,,,, Bift n,KH nt
S.irhs Dry fiooib r, Kovcr heforo III
the history of :;eii, t,nH such u
shotting bcin mmiu, Nr,Nl.,- heforo
liavo '.-.ntiln linitrrSl bfi tr. .nnrnnsli' nu
"'.tfj aro now dolnx
IUwls & Co., tlii' household empor
ium, commenced u stork-taking talu
this lunrnlng. ICvrrj thln. In tho house
hold lino tu bo dl.ii'osed of at less than
cost; KiO Klnu street, telephono 240.
No reservations; a sacrifice of every
thing. Wonderful variety of Chrlstin.is
books nt Itrnwu & l.jon Co., Alexand
er Young Imlldlll','. Call early and
tnako i'our sulecllo: n'n tl'u books aro
going rapidly. And bear In uo'id thu
u choice llttlo oluuiu matj llio most
Ecry boiiseliold ilionld bo supplied
with a caso of Pilnio beer, mi wlien
friends nrrlvo to spend tho cvenlns a
cold glass may bo served nlth a WcUli
arcldt or some dulnty sandwiches.
Order fiom the brewery or fiotu jour
A bejullful bat for Christmas will
please jour wife, lleutlcinen uro In
vited to call next week nt Miss I'ow
er's millinery parlors In tho IJoston
building, second floor, to sco tho fiao
display. Miss Power will bo glad to
help In a selection.
Wall Vlng Cluing, tho mti chant next
to thu market, has u flue, ll'iu of
Christinas novelties. One of their fin
est gifts Is a set of toilet articles. Re
sides theii) sperlul articles bought es
pecially for the holiday tiudu they aro
showing a flno lino of shoes and dress
Jordans are making u big bid for a
largo share of tho holiday trado. Tho
storo lti crowoeel with a beautiful lino
of Christinas presents. Thu prices are
reasonable and every Item Is of a good
grade. From toys for chlldiun to uo
fill presents lor women or children,
can ho found at Jordan's.
Tho Thayer Piano Company have an
enormous stock of high grade pianos
In their Hotel street storo on which
they are making a twelve In fifteen
por rent discount during tho holidays.
A piano makes nn excellent gift that
gives pleasure to tho until o household
and with is opportunity of sperlsl
prices orteied should appeal greatly to
the Christinas buyer. Shopper aro In
vited to WhU I liu store, nnd listen to
iii'lectloiis on tho pianos while thuy uiu
ft T" ller Majesty I wn l.llluok.ilaui.
4.fnilU lUllliy OH HI' .H'niAOIItl. AILUIU1HI-
IJilod by Jolm D Almokii and seivanu.
SHIio will go dlicct to Wnslilngp '
SHho will remain iimiiv fiom tl.o
Jislnnds dm lng the winter.
.Tho Queen, according to Alinnkii,
Ewlll inmnlu In Washington about kIn
iliinnlliH. Ihirlng her absence rmni
lllin IslrilidH her hilHnef!i iuleiesls will
"iu.''innlri nft.ii- hv P P Inul.ea.
m ,- -
fes Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
irliullctiu CiUtionai iiwora luonc ioj,
Ranee Smith at the Park tonight.
Auto-TnUyho, picnics, parties. Tel. C.
Fine copperplate cngmlng nnd
Five arrests were matin yesterday
for tolation of'the Edmunds, act.
printing at Hcakbano'B, Fort street.
Automobiles 'hack rates. Rmplic
stand. Photic 213. Uethel and Hotel.
Clilliirm lutmlkcrchlcfH, 'i In u
fancy bov, for 10 cents, at Whitney
&. Marsh s.
A crossing t,i elertrlq wires was
tho ca.ii.,,! ftf the Blmial whlsllo lulu
Tho Ewa tennis tonmainent will bo
continued tomorrow nn'd sonic exciting
play Is nxpcclCd to mcntiUUA '
Anything new In the sirtl thWf
Anylhlnu good l lh llHUOr UncT You
can find It at '"The Two Jacks."
Itay Ilcltow. tho well known sailing
nnd tennis man. Is In town nl ptcsont,
having come down from Kahulul for n
"einvt oir Iffiii nutfft wlih "Auhic."
YOU VIII ho uVlrit'lsrd at Its eoOlltig
utld li'servntlvO liroiiertles. California
Feed Co., aeiUs.
Tlie pmb,. uherf-lil Adrilat iiflHllir U
fcharruil With Wlli"!ous Injury wm
tltnicil until .lanuory 3, when
brought up nt Police Court this morn
It. U, Rooth. of Fred I Waldron's
ttuff, returned fmin tlm I'lr. Ulftilil lllls
mornliiit. Ho hits tfil At Ills Voie-illo
iTif RUera WMk all.l rt'imrtR lite llro
lit the mater Irt hu verv aelhf.
t'ltitl Assistant KilglnlOr lliHh Sim
mons Iuih reslgild truiri I he liltei-ls-lartd
hcrtlcu lor tub pilroilsU of Inkitlg
Art extended vacation. Hrj Vvllt ltind
ior the Coast by thb IrililsiWrt Tliomds
on SuitdaV iiionllHfti
Th'e peoiilo of Koila add Kail are ag
Itatlhg for a weekly mall service1 with
Honolulu to connect uilli tin' Minhla
Ken nt K'awallnte'. As n hails filr their
claim thV Algtla tint Kona and K'.iu
rC Inaklng rapid ilevelopincni In II
Japanese arc complaining, III differ
ent parts of thu Island nf Hawaii, that
a tall, well-dressed Hawaiian Is travel
ling nboiii pharitlitK women a tax of
fifty rents If they havo a tminll sowing
machine In their houses mid a dollar
lav tilt a largo mle.
Among tho returning passengers ar
riving from Hawaii nnd Maul ports by
thu Mnuiia Ken this morning were
MUD E. Rose, Miss r'mllh. .1, Q. Ad
ams. V. Horn), A. C. Dovvselt. hnd 0.
Tho ladles of the Japanese commis
sioners' party will bo entertained
luring Monday forenoon with tho re
mainder of I Ho Party on tho Wnhlawu
Ewa raltmnil trip, btdles of tho local
committee of entertainment under the
t'h-tlrmjhshlii (if Mrs. F. M. Swanzy,
will also uecomiintiy thu party.
Chester Doyle, clubman, bon vlvnnt,
rrlmlnaloglst, and now legal luminary,
Is back from on Inspection trip to
Muul. Doylo Is said to possess aspl
rations for hnnglng out his shlnglu as
a lawyer nt somo budding metropolis
on tho Valley Isle.
Tho ladles of Lealil Chapter, O. K.
8., will hold n Christmas sale na Sat
urday, December 11. In tho Alexander
Young building, from 11 a. lit. to 5 p.
in., nt which fnncy ami useful articles
will bo displayed. Including delicacies,
comprising homemade candy, tee
cream and cakes. Thu dellcntessen
tabic will ho heaped with delectable
thlngH made by somo of Honolulu's
uest coouo. Jliern will airo lie a chil
dren's ten-cent tabic
Central Union Church RUtln school
at 9:50. Morning worship nnd hoiy
communion tit 11; reception of new
membern, sermon by the tulnistci; ob
servance of Lord's Supper, (iulsllan
isndcavor ut (:.,u. Evening service at
7:30; sermon liy the assistant min
ister. "Tho Mark of True Manhood."
Sabbath services at tho Adveiitlst
church, 7I7 Klnuu street, will bo: Sab
bath school nt 10 a. m.: lesson study
r.n tho lite of Christ. "The Transfigur
ation and thu Healing of n Demoniac."
Dlblo study at 11, led by Mrs. Una K.
Williams, subject, "The deslro of
Ages." Sunday evonlng service,
preaching by tho pastor. "Rise iiml
Measure tho Templo of God and tho
THE GERMAN cruiser Arcon.i. hack
fiom n participation nt thu I'ortula fes
tlvities ut San Francisco, his m lived
at tho port. Tho vessel a, so vlill.il
suvernl jiorts along the southern Cal
ifornia const. Fiom tho vojail Hero
boomed a saluto of twenty-one guns as
tho cruiser stenmcr past the outer en
trance to tho harbor beforo negotiat
ing her mooring placo In tho harbor.
Tho Arcona has tho honor nf l-olus
tho first war vessel to onlor tho nowlv
opened harbor at San Podro and rnmo
alongside tho wharves. Thu Aiepnt
It Is expected will sail for Yokohama
on Wednesday. Thu vessel .vill tnle
oi coal nnd supplies boforo resuming
ncr voyngo to tno Asiatic slatoii:.
IT 18 EXPECTED thht llio schooner
W, II. Mnrston, which tins ben nt tho
port of llllo for somo weeks, Inking
on 'an extensive shipment of hardwood
railway ties for Southern California,
will sail from tho Huvvnll port today.
Thb Marston Is bound for Rcdondo,
. Island Transfer.
DO GEKrv-Ek - . ExcavaHng and FUling.
Drivinr and Exoressintt
Wood and Coal flone ooa
0. W, MoDougall, Prop.
Vineyard St., Ew of -Nunanu Strcfim
IN FOREIGN PORTS
6aturday. December 4i
.lttl.ft -tHllM !?( Hi
mule, for I
VANCbUVmt Snlll'il DGC ni
S. 8, Mnkurti. for Jtotloliihl
M.Uilnld. Iiecr-iubor t,
B. S3. Aiizoii.nl, from h'ealtl'j
Stinr. Mnima Kea, from llllo, ti, il.
Hiltllrdil,'. Deei'iiiliei i,
P, M. it, 9, Mnimiillii, lor Sail Fran
vIsOol paKs, lilld Cell. cawn.
t ,S), A, 'IV TliolUati, from Manila,
i, III. or Htimlay.
Stiilr, Klil.-tu, from Kami port; p-JfH.
nnd geil. c.irg), a. m.
Ktmr. Mlknhala, from Maul nnd Mo.
loknl ports; pass, nnd g n. carg.i, n. m.
BAIL MONDAY I
I i .. T.
' T. K, K. Cl.ljo Mr.ru. for IRnskong
Via Japan ports; puss, and gen. cargo.
Am. tchr. Flaurellro Ward, for Mid
Btiur. Noeaii, for Knti.it ports; gen.
cargo, 5 p. m,
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, for Oahu porU.
FROM DR. O'DAY
TRIES TO EXPLAIN
Statements on "Misiionary Clique"
and Members of Profession Areltta,
naner men, If present, mnke any
mciillon of tho pltiuies loinltig fiom
Hawaii?' Nor did they. Why
didn't Hie II u I I c t I n man tell what
1 said regarding the Icctuie I was
nskeil to give at St. Michaels lecturo
hull oil Hid llf" of l'.Rher Damleii?
Father Vasia (if tills church thought
Mich a Icrtuie might help n Utile to
w.tid u church debt. thU 'return
tefllfed tu glvo fiet-cnse, ilUd us I
told the priest (Father Vastit. SI.
Mlehels, ut tho corner of Fourth
nnd Mill streets, Portland), It Wt.Jtbl
only make the wrong kind pt tallv
about tho Islands.
"Why didn't the II u 1 1 o t I n mnn
ttll what I had said lcganlltig my
I rehire nl St. Mary's (iciideniy, Port
land, where I was lutindiiccd to nij
audience by Father Tom Shoinillii,
son of General Shermnn, and who
was good enough to prelude his In
troduction by many statements
which wcie really very compliment
tit v to Hawaii, nnd which ho did ut
"Now us to my saying: 'The phy
Flrlatift fit" determined In mill inc.'
1 never thought It, No man. or no
set of men, could do II, Willi me, or
nny one elcc. Life Is a baf(l, nnd
vve must stand or fall acconllng ('
the way wo mtMter our f litres. Why
jilliln't ho ray what I did say, Vhleh
Notwithstanding thu fact
shall stay here, nml (here Is going In
lie number htntplial!' This Is Just,
exactly what I said, nnd It Is c
i.cll; what I snl.l lit Pdrtliind.
"Whv did he say thr.t I attributed
the hospital (rouble to mv vvoik In
liu leper lonlioveisy? I tlever
thought It. Now who Is to blnnie
tho II ll I 1 e t I ii or thn reporter?
Very truly yours,
.1. C. O'DAY."
that the Ink hnd been dry several
days mi the Kiguntiiies of Drs. Ilitrk
cihnfT and McDonald, befoie I was
culled to sign the same papers, pa
pers which, set fieo the lltst ten
fiom Molokal, I wan Jumped on, ut
Chanced Acnin by Turncoat
(By P. R. Baritctf.) , , ,
That veracious phslii.in nnd nblo
laborer In the field of Hawaii promo
tion work hns' unolher dci.lal com
ing this time It Is not a Portland
newspaper thnl Is charged with de
llbciatcly gatbllng and mlsrepre
Fenting his remarks on Hawaii nnd
,. ,... .i... i, .. i t . i rii
us peup.e, ,,.u ,,..,.. .v.. ... - ,,,,,, , ,,, ,(,, ,!. !(,.,.
nvn.iv bus exnressr.I his legiel III " .. ' .. . , .
.....' I.M.I.I.... r m h.fmI. view): -ir tnere
Dill 11 1111 I'Alltl'IIKlll "i " i"
PURSUIt PIKPllR of the Inter-Isl-nlid
steamer Noeau leports thu follow
ing suynr nvvnlliiig shipment on Kim
nl: K. S. M 2,(100 sarLs; . K., I.B0D
sacks; M. A. K I. ISO sinks; K. P., fv
TURKU PASSKNC.KRS and a niian
tlty of rice wan brought tu Honolulu
this morning from Kauai ports by thu
InlrVislnnd stenmcr Nnenu. The ves
sel experienced rough weather on this
windward Ide nf tho Harden Island.
liVK IIUNimiVD TONS of steel
r.llls was Included In tho cargo dis
charged at llllo amounting to over
twelve hundred tons', vv'Jilch ennu from
out the Atnerfi'an-ll.ivviilliin freighter
Alaskan. Tho vessel nlro left u lot or
heavy window frames Ilt the new
II. llarkfeld building now tinder con
! V' ." ."..."' I'""'"".. - .i . ... lie for some one over
"uc.,".."'",.." ::;;:. I had over the ten. some one Is get
lliu .Mlveinaei, ntdtii uii'-i..n I-.--
tlcally. of a iclterated cpicry of
why didn't the tcporter say some
thing that I didn't s,iy7"
The terms of Dr. O'D.iv's denial
placo hint with absolute hnallty In
that particular and unenviable rate
gory lit it thought of In his cornier
TI113 PACIFIC MAR. Ktcumshlp
.Mongolia will rot lento for San Fnttt
risen until fi o'clock Ihls evening, ow
ing" to the large amount of Oriental
freight destined for this port. Tho ves
sel Is tr.klnt; about eighty passengers
fiom Honolulu. ,
SHVKNTY-FIVK lientl or rnlllo uii.l
2.1 calves weio Inehided III the ship
ments hi-onclit ft ntn Hawaii norts hv
thu next meeting of thu mcdknl so-,,,,,, i,1,rr.lKnn,i .lenmei- Helene this
tlety. by two of Its member ns If I lnornhlK, otbcr frrRht consisted of
had been the whole cause of the nf- tM(.k-t.I8 , ,.,, ,,,,. f ,,,,,, nmI
loir. a accused of posing ns fi , T, ,,, w, m)ll)o (o
Iluwnllaii savior, etc.. nml Hint vvhllni, , .. ,, . ,,..vi, ..
IUHU il UirilUUlil- lillr" in ttiirtttiuu u
. J. 1.... I. e !.... ..ntl.iiti
Is .'.s Ullllll ttotl- " iietmiw-i.i .K...J .m..
Hie llf I.- ns I
ftlon when lilt Pot Hand Intel view
TIIK STRA.MKR Jlnul was reported
(lng hell thcie now.' ' '" ho otllcers of tho Jleleno ns ins-
"Again. wh didn't the It u I I e - j chnrplng ftclght nt Papnnloa on Fri
ll ii man say Just exnclly what I day. Tho strainer Mkcllko van nt Un
said nbout the hospital and the nils-jiiokna the same day dlscharg('l nnd
slonuiles? If there was any onojwns expected to rail for Honolulu to
thing I was plain nbout. It was this, , ,jny. There Is a huge shipment of rof-
jet ho Just made It n particular
stunt of putting ll the way hu would
for Maul uud Mo
und gen. cargo.
lokal poits; pass,
Stmr. Kluau, for Kauai ports; pass,
nnd gen. cargo, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Muuuaua, for Maul nnd Ha
waii puits; pass., gen. cargo, mall,
Stmr. Mnuna l.oa. for Koua and Kau
poits; pass, and gon, cargo, noon.
ilvvas read In llnwnll. lie has denied " " npptMr.
r ....j nn "lis Is whii
Per stmr. .Mnuna Ken, from Hawaii
and Maui ports.tllec. 4. Miss K. Rose,
Master C. Hiilsbard. N. A. Weeks, Mrs.
Weeks, A. N. Jeffery, Mrs. .leffery.
Miss ii. U Co. Miss Smith. Geo. A.
Smith, J. Q. Adams, F. W. Spencer,
Miss Thomas, It. II. Rooth. Mrs.
Rooth. W ('. Arhl, Miss Rose l.oa and
without tho sllghhtrst iiuallnratlon
the staleiuenls that vcro attributed
to him In vcitenlay's 11 u 1 1 1 1 n.
To tho reporter who heard Dr. O'D.iy
express himself, the physlclun's let-v
ter Is a lemarl.ablo human ilot-ii-
mcnl, both ft oin the viewpoint tit
logle nnd misstatements. Tho 11 u I
let Ill's s'lntcnient In icgard to u
"missionary clique" Hosing tho In
fill hospitals Is confirmed by the
terms nf the O'D.iy letter. Ills fiues
tlons ns to why it number of his as
set t Ions wcro not quoted has no
bearing nimii thu essential stale,
menu that ho did make and which
wcro published accurately and fully
ii nil with u deslie to show whether
tho statements attributed to him nt
Portland could be iiecepled ns truu
Dr. O'Day did say nnd ho stnted
feu going Into the stenmcr Kenuhnu
ut Knlluii. That vessel should arrive
heio on or nbout Mondnv.
This Is what l.sald, and be Knows
It: 'The clique, who, have kept me I uutpAHOHHOi: was stormbound
out of the hospitals hero nre spoken I ,., ,., . ... ,.,. . .. ...
Island sieumer Mauua Ken uud tho
of ns the missionary hunch, but per
sonally 1 dp not llko llin trim, us Hi, "'"" .",'.'. """""""
would tend to lelleet discredit ,m freight drs Ined for that port was car-
many who. -us mlmdonailes. Imvo""" "" '" """ wm'ro ,l wln " ,r""
done too much good, but.' I said I dipped to Hit. i-.leaiuer Claudllie. Tho
further, i know who tliey aie. and I Mnunn Kea waa unable to launch her
why It was done, mid I nm not Ihn boats m tho rough senn vvlileh pro-
hind 'of man to run under file. I vailed there.
child. Mrs. J. R. Kahnulu nnd child.
Mrs. Cornell, It. I. Mllle. V. Ilurd, C.Mt plainly nnd rmphnllcallv -that his
A. Doyle, (.'apt. Welnbnrll, Miss Fos- nttltudu uu thu Molokul question hnd
ling. .1. Canarlo, Mrs. Smith. It. W. resulted In the hostility of the phy
Flllcr, Ceo. F. Ilenshnll. N. Yamnhunl, slclans nnd tho closing of local hcjs-
K. Mnlsamum. Mosba do Mrllo, D. U. I"'als in nun.
Mn,i,i m,u i I.. nioi.nr v i.'n. I or gciicriil Infoimalloii nnd a
undo, Mrs. K. Dnuslu, .Miss Correa,
Mrs. II. Kauakahl, .Mrs. Kokl, F. A.
Haeiilscii, K. Dovvsett. A. C. Dowsett,
K. II. Porter. I.lnk Chan. .1. .1. Reiser.
Mrs. Soinrrllcld. (!. A. Ilalley, Y. I.au
Ring, Rev, I,. K. Noll nnd son, K.
Kruse, dipt. Howe, C. I.ebner.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Kauai ports,
Dec. I. W. It. Castle, O. R. Carter
and V. M. Alexander.
8MITH EMPLOYS CITIZEN LABOR.
.lured Smith, the Koua tobacco plan
ter, now In Honolulu, is employing Ha
waiian labor exclusively upon Ills es
tates on the lllg Island, Mr. Smith
hns built a lino elubhouso for tho 'em
ployes which Is suitable fur a gederal
meeting place, and It is tho intention
to conduct boxing, athletic sports and
Pcr stmr. Mauna Kea.. for llllo uud
wuy ports, Dec. 7. Mrs. .1. F, Brown,
Mrs. J. F. Woods, Miss 11. Ahrens, J.
Hull, Mlta Ivy IllchWdion. Mib, T
Cij'ird ..Mrs. Clipwell Salto II. T.
Mills. Miss Woodln. W W, Brlggs, A.
(in'rlloy. A, If, fjor!on. Sirs. Oordon,
T. II. Flckei, Mr. nnd Mrs. Adams,
Per stmr. Mniinn Ijia, for Kona nnd
Kau ports, Dec. 7. W. W. Brlsgs, A.
dartlcy, O. K. Wall.
deiro In thiow light on tho O'D.iy
uititinio t liu loner or iieniui uis
liugulshrd mainly for Its lack of
veracity Is published In full:
"Kdllur Advertiser: - ll really
seems Hint our livening Hullo-
t I n Is hysterical. Ihsteiiu oec-u-
slcmally becomes u weaKlliig. as a
means of defense, but the Hullo
I I n need not assuiuu tho ntlltude of
one who bus been denied something.
"In helloving I was addiesslng .Mr.,
On. llecKlov, I tube it n II u I 1 e -I
I n mnn was piesiint, although It
was my opinion thai tho gentleman
whs of tho Advertiser staff.
"To Mr. Ilecklcy I cxpicssed my
rcgiet Hull tho Porthiud paper had
lulled to qunto mu rowrtly. I fur-
llirr btntc-il that the Advertiser had
been iquare tu tho matter liibomui Ii
i.s It had published the Interview in
full us It had appeared In thu l'oit
land paper. This I stated was n
clean way of putting It because It
would afford mo an opportunity of
making a reply, 'nut,' slated, aft
er going over thn (lies of the Hul
lo t I n (tho files that had been plac
ed on my dosk), I was voxed that It
should (irriumo to bo com t, Judg'.
and Jury and ask a verdict beforo
my Bldo had beonjioard.' I then stat
ed Hint I had deferred making a re
ply until I could get eoiuo statements
from Poiilund. and which I Intended
in uuer in touiiieraci ino miscrniilr
btntcmontu or tho I) u I 1 o 1 1 n.
"Why didn't the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n iun.ii
say what 1 did say?
"Why didn't hu say: 'O'Day snyi
Hint hu will have Hie pi oof fioiu Dr
MucKuy, piesldont or Hip I'ortlaud'
Academy of Medlt'llio, (but when lit
BnlMIn R.mtnM. Offler, Prion. Mfl 1 1 u 1,a ' presented to that body n
Bulletin VdHnWol Ronm'PhonB 18ft .tCr.!i. f '''l'f I'letuica lh.it It w.vii
Wc hRVo just what you want fcr a Christmas present for your
wife, mother, sister or swcsthcait in LOCKETS, NECKLETS,
WATCHES. RINGS, HANDY PINS, JIESH BAGS, STERLING
PHOTO FRAMES, BROOCHES and numerous other articles us
ually found in an up-to-date Jewelry Store.
Will be pleased to show jou through the stock.
All Roods guaranteed as icprcscntcd, nnd prices are rifiht.
M. R. COUNTER
ll Fort St.
Per P XI S. S. Mntdlt R-r S:-n
Francisco, Dee. I (Juteii l.tlluukuUtil
and maul, Miss II. .Mo.t',1, , .1 P. Ca-ke
and wlfrt, .1. Ci l.'Kvvin; nnd wife. Mis.
Hither! Harris, Mrs. S ephiii II. Phil
lips, T. I.IIIentlial nnd vviru Mrs. II. F
Peach. II. I. Hnysoldun, vviru and
child, Miss Kaufman, Mr V H. John
son, Mrs. .1. W. Ainbrosi. A. J. Raiang,
Col. V.. S. Spalding, II. Dillingham,
Claienco Drown, wlfu and dni.ghlsr,
Miss Iltizcl Hellbron, W. I. Illy mid
wRo, Airs. Claudo IiVfilay, Carl Ray.
or. O. J. Decker, Mrs. F. C. Monoll, J.
D .Almokii, Oerf. T. Duxtor, Henry
Orltnths, V.. A. Kviins, wlfu and son,
Mrs. If. R. Rogers, S. i. Monro and
wife. Miss 1).' S. Mooro, Mies ).. H.
Chiimar, Mr, nnd Mrs. A. J, McCnmb,
W. J, Ryan, Mrs. W. I Chlhls. R. J,
Roiitley mid wife, M'r. Dlnniond, W,
IX, Alcxundir, Mrs. T, HiirnliiKham, C.
A. Fun, M, .1. Sullivan. Mr. Ovvnka, A.
W. T. Ilotloinley, Mrs. Chns. O. Long,
Lawrence II, Simon, F. Wlllams and
wile, C. M. Thomas, A. M. Jeffroy and
wife, E. M. Ruardon, Miss F. Sporry,
M. M. Koiuatbii, I, II. Illock, F. II.
There's Nothing Better
Malt Nutrinc leads all other 3trenRth-i;ivin prepara
tions of malt. Wc have a fresh supply. It will help you.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., . LTD.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS." r 1
EVENING CLOTHES FOR
W. W. AHANA & CO.
02 So, Kini; St. t , , , . , , No BrancliC!, -
LACE CURTAIN SALE
We want to interest Christmas shoppers in house ne
cessities. In order to do so wc arc oflcrinir Lace Curtains
at prices far below the regular.
$0.00 n pair now $0.10 :i pnir I 1,50 u pair now ).iri n pair
1,00 a pair now (),7fi it p-iir , 1.75 a pair now 1.30 it pair
1,25 a pair now 0.00 ti pair 2.25 a pair now 1.75 it pair
Mmd&j v.-tf '