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' J' ' ' " " " BVBK1N0 BfltAttrlH, HONOUTLt). T. It.. MONDAY, DEC. , 1009. '
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Honolulu Cominandcry Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Lei Aloha Chanter No. 3
AU xlsltlng membeis of tho
Order uio cordially invited to
attend Meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd mid 4th
nlK. P. Hall
7:30 T. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other aho
BENEFICIAL A$SnSIATIOH. ciatiom cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
.Meets every Monday cionlng nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. llall. Fort Sticet.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
P. D. Wlcke, N. 0.
All xlsltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, t No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Prl
.day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Port and llerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially luvItedJto attend.
. P. II. NUGENT. C. C.
r n. gosling,'':, n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, U. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, ovory Friday even,
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT. E. U.
' II. C. EASTON, Soc'y.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd -Hli WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
llerctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. K . W. M. McCOY, W. Prcs.
'' II. T. MOORE, Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets ex-cry 2nd and 4 th Saturday
oxcnlng at, 7:30 o'clock In K, of P.
1111. cor. Fort and Ucretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
,teud. T. M. MqGREW. C. C.
x E. A. JACOUSON, K. 11. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially iuxltcd to attend,
h. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of II.
NATIVE DIES FROM
. BLOOD POISONING
' Deputy Sheriff Rnso was Informpd
jestcrday that a Hawaiian named 1).
K. Keanu had died at his homo In Ka
, kaako. On xlhltlng Ihe house It was
found that Keanu had died from blood
jiolsonlng brought on by paring n com
Villi an Infcrtul razor
, Tho deceased's log xvas swollen to
nn enormous size anil tho man must
l:uvo Buffered terrible agony for somo
tlino. Enquiry elicited tho furt that
tho first clgm; of blood poisoning wcto
noticed ft month ago hut tltat Hound"
hod refused to hnvo medical attend
As tho cattso of death Is so obvious
thero will bo no Inquest on tho body
xihleh will bo burled this afternoon.
1 8 B. It. near St. Elizabeth
2 B. R. Kuakini, nr. Fort St.. 12.50
IB. R.Alewa, below Judd... G.00
2 B. It. Sihnack Tract, Nuu- '
ami , 5,00
2 B. It. Partly furnished, Ma-
.noa Valley 12.00
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
AH kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMintlCAN-HAWAHAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen St3 Honolulu.
Ttl. 110, G, Guild, Gen. Man,
wm. . .ijHtjLjij&viiip
Aiin fj M
See Hit? calahnrhos nt Woman's Ex
cliniuc. Hotel near Fort.
'fiee S, I! Lucia for optical work.
Glassc nro always properly fitted by
Ort jnnr order placed for that
Christmas lurKoy. Tlio Metropolitan
Market, to'ophune IB, will supply ou
with nny size bird you desire.
Notice In glen that tho partnership
Formerly existing between J. IS. Hog.
ors mid C. K. Steel lias' been dissolved.
Some furnished rooms uio ndvor
Used for rent near l'awaa Juncllon.
There Is no difficulty nliout tho lamp
j on buy ficm tho Union- Electric Co.,
In tho Harrlr'm biillillii'j. You can get
any t-tylu ftom tho bihy night lamp
to tho l.ut'i,t Tungsten. Tho prices
For joais tho Owl clgir has been
the otandird five cent cigar and lls
steadily Increasing, popularity Is proof
of Us uniform cicellenro. Try ond.
Your dealer rells them.
lly the Inst Kleamer W. W. Ahnna
Co. received a carefully belected lot of
English mid American suitings which
nude up In Ahann's Inimitable style
will pleao the must fastidious.
Visit' Sachs Dry Goods Co. and you
wilt find hundreds of liroful girt things
iluit will make your Christmas chiton-
ling city. Remember, Ht'chs' sloro Is
Iheailipi.-rlers for holiday handkor'
Wood nnd coal customers of Hono
lulu Const motion nnd Draslng Co. nl
was si ltd In repeat orders In duo
fine. That's because they gut tho
best wind nnd coal nt tho lowest
prices. Phone 2S1
The beautiful old-church setting,
with oi Initial automatic olcctrlc cross
fomveroj of eighteen stars, flashing
Into brilliant view na the name of tho
Klks' departed brn'herK wcio called
was painted by Tom Sharp, tho local
Tho Palm Cafe Is prepared to sup
ply churches and schools with candles
for tho holidays. Tho prices will ho
low. There Is to bo had at this es
tablishment I he fluost chocolates In
the country for thoy are made cxery
day. Hotel street near Union.
Everybody shophl havo a botlle of
Antlgrlppo Tubals In the house In
caso of a oold after tho early rains.
They will bring relief promptly to any
one who Is attacked by l.agrlppe. Hen
sou, Smith & Co., Ltd., Hotel nnd
Fort street, exclusive, agents. Phono
A chambermaid found a smalt
fortune belonging to a traveler left
In one of the hotels nnd-was'rowiird-cd
with to for returning tho same.
NEW - TO-DAY
Is hereby given that the co-partnership
existing between C. E.
Steel and I,. E. Rodgcrs Is dissolved.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL COM
PANY. LIMITED, DIVIDEND
Tho dlrcrtoiK of this corporation
having declared a dividend of l?i
1 er cent, Dividend No. 20 Is'duo and
! ayahlo on Wednesday, December
lGlh, 11109, to stouliholdcrs of rec
ord nt tho clot.o of tho stock trans
fer books Tucsdny, December 7th,
1909, nt 12 m.
Stock transfer books xvlll bo.
rc-oponcd on Thursday, December
C. II. ATIIKRTON,
Treasurer, Walnlua Agricul
tural Company, Ltd. v
Honolulu, Dec. Cth, 1909.
t K .. KH81-lt
HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY
Notice to Stockholder!.
Notice s hereby given that new
ccrtlflcutcs for tho Increased capital
htoclc of (ho Haiku. Sugar Company
will hb Issued to stockholdrrs on De
cember l'lth, 1909.
Stockholders nro particularly re
quested to cxchuligo thotr present
certificates for1 thoso of tho new la
mio 7llhout delay.
Tho stock "bookH of tho company
will bo closed for 'transfers from Da
cernhcr Stli to December lath, in
clusive J. P. COOKfc,
Treasurer, Haiku Sugar Company.
Honolulu, December 0th, 1909.
I'JllSI Dec. , 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 13,
Notice to Stockholders.
Notice Is heicby given that new
I'Citllkates for tho Incieuscd cuiiltal
stock of thu Pnlii-I'luntntlon wITl ho
issued on December JBlli, 1909.
Stockholders are, particularly ro
quosted to exnhango their present
certificates fur thoto of tho now Is
sue without delay,
Thu stock bonks uf Hie loiupany
xvlll bo iloscil for tiansfcrs from Do
tember Sth to December 15ti, In
clusive. i . .1. P. COOKE.
Becrotniy, Pala Plantation.
Honolulu, December Cth, 1909.
U.T44SI Dec. C, 7, 8, 9, 10, U, 13,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nletul Scratch Pad for "!
t tho Bulletin office for five cents',
It one inch thick, made up of tw?hun.
dred sheets of good paper. 81s for a
Aulp-Tallyho, picnics, parties. Tel, C.
J. 'Carlo, loan office, ia bargains In
jewelry and money to loan.
Flno .copperplate engraving nnd
printing at Rcakbano's, Fort street,'
Automobiles hark rates. Emplie
stand. Phone 21.1. Ilethcl and Hotel.
Anything now In tho sporting line?
Anything good In the flquor line? You
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Arrivals nt the Young Hotel today
wcto P. R. Jameson of London, Km:.,
and (I. Tnnaka of -Toklo, Japan.
Xnias cards, calendars and souvenirs
at, lilU'ifctirlo stores, cor. .Alnkca and
Merchant Sts. and Postofllcc lane.
Fred Weed, the liollco court ofllcl.il.
Is back n his desk although nut quite
recovered from his recent Indisposi
tion. Manager' JarediO. Smith of tho Ko-
nn Tobacco rnuch, Is In town. Ho re
ports tho' "prospect for tobarco still ex
Wah Chonc Co. In tho Wnvcrley
Dlock on Hotel stieet, have some very
Sne suitings nnd dress goods, Just
from the Const,
A bench warrant has been Itsucd for
tho arrest of Pablo Itlos, xvho failed to
appear before Judge De Dolt this morn
ing, In a case of larceny.
Coat :our Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You v. Ill by surprised at Its coollnjc
nnd preservative properties. California
Feed Co., ngents.
John A, Hushes, n merchant of Ho
nolulu, is nt tho Stewart, en route to
Ihe Islands fium an exlouded (rip In
tho East. S. P. Clrrtinlclc.
David Henry, aoldler who berama
overcome by booze, was locked up for
tho night nt the police station nnd al
lowed to depart this morning.
Orecu-stamps nro gix-en (free) xvhcii
you pay cash at the stores. Call at
tho show rooms nnd see wlml you gel
for flreen Stamps. Tho Bhowiooms
nre on nerotnuln nt Fort.
Tho Hooulu nnd Hoola Iilinl So
ciety xxlll hold their regular motithl'
meeting Wednesday morning nt 10
o'clock nt tho Kaplotanl '.Maternity
Home. All members nro requested to
Mrs, J. W. Turner, Miss Illnnchu
Turner nnd Miss S. I. Cox. all of St.
l.ouls, Mn aro registered at tho SIo
ana hotel, while Mrs. II. O. Van
Schuyver and Miss A. Van Scliuyvcr
are Ihe arrKals frn-i Portland, Ore.
Among otlir gi" f at tb" Y011115
nro: Dr. Paul A. Adams, Lieut. P. II.
Sheridan, Mis. (). b. .Muriisou and W.
I). Forsyth, nit of Lellehui. A. M.
Schmidt of Kwn nnd J. Fleming of Wa
hlawa are spending n few tlns In
Jason Audrade, for many years xvlth
the clothing house of M. Mclucriiy. ban
Joined the staff of tho active youti.?
men of Suva h Toggery. Mr. Andrnde
has u wide circle of friends, all of
whom he xvlll bo pleased to have call
.t his new plnce of business.
J. S. II. MncKenzio has cone to Ku-
kulliaelc. where bo will bo manager of
the Pacific Sugar Mills atore, succeed
Ing D'.K. Wilson, who xvlll go to Olaa
nbout December II. Mr. MncKenzio
left Ohm store nbout six months ago
and has slnco been at Pcpeekeo.
A dinner to which u number of In
vltcil guests xvere present xvns glxcu
by Mr. and Mrs. Aknna on Saturday
In honor of tho birlhdav of Mlsi Ak'
nn. The nffalr took placo :,t thu Aka
nn resldcncu at Walklkl, 'ihe Uiiilq
was prettily decorated for the ore
W. J. Conroy of San Frunclsco has
recently returned from Hlln, xvhuro ho
x lowed tho Volcano, He ronsldors It
tho grandest sight that ho has ever
r-cen. Tho volcano is moro nctlvo naxv
than It has been for suvcral yours past,
thi owing lava up on all sides. When
Fccn nt night the effect Is most iipee
taeuiiir. sir. ennroy 'returns to Kan
rrnnclNi-n nu tho Aorungl, xia Van-
cnuvor. Ho represents a wliolosalo
millinery burlncss In Ban Francisco
and found conditions very good in Iho
Islands. Mr. Conroy Is u guest nt tho
A Hawaiian named Kcawemau
hlll died at tho Queen's Hospital .late
jcslcrday afternoon from tho ef
fects of overdrinking. Early Sun
day morning ho entered his room In
a liouso opposite the prjson nnd laid
down to sleep. Not heurlng .any
thing from him for Mime timesome
member of the family looked Into
tho room nnd found that tho man
xvus suffering, Ho xvns rushed to
the'hnspltal'for-holivhut died short
ly after arriving there.
IVORY SOAP It
keeps the country
There ' is no exaggera
tion about this state
ment It is a fact
Nearly every 'grocer
sells Ivory Soap. Nearly
every well-to-do Ameri
cans family uses' it; for
y the bath, for the toilet
' or in the laundry for
. tho finer things.
99oo Per Cent. Pure
'' ' -4H
tt-rqaiAJ jfenyferl -"--''tjflT;- --;; "ai it f 'fry.ttii
their baggage order with
Jas. n. Love. Phone 152
Dnrvinir and Exnreuinif
Wood and Coal Phone 088
G. W. McDoiifrall, Prop,
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I WATERFRONT NOTES
THE SOUNDING or tho xvhlstlo on
(hn blc I'neln'e Slnll liner Mnnirnlln n
shn strnnied through tho channel and
Into tho haibor late Friday after
noon caused many to bcllcxo that the
vessel was In distress. Tho Mongolia
arrived here drawing' over thlrtf-ono
ucnring ono oi too largest targoes
over-.cnrrled In her history. Thero
" .' ""- " ,l"' '"Isolcct company, Itiqhidlng Consul
wns nearly three thousnnd tons of m the AloxundOr Yomiff 'llulcl.
freight for Honolulu. It wns only after Pa
a delay of an hour or moio that the
Mongolia wns warped xvlthln ten or a
dozen feet of the llnckfcld wharf nnd
tho gnngwny swung out, and passen
gers permitted to romo ashore. Tho
Honolulu rftrgo Includes a large quan
tity of Juto sugar bags, sake, rice, and
other Oriental commodities.
CAPTAIN J. II. 8EARLE Is tho t
proud possessor of a beautiful and t by northeast swells. A strong north
valuable xvntch charm nnd Jewel wegt w,i encountered In cross
which hnj been presented to I''111 1 lac the channels
upon his lctlicmcnt tiom tho presi
dency of Honolulu Harbor No. !
of American Association of Masters.
Mates nnd Pilots. The Jewel con
sists of a wheel or helm made of
gold, set xvlth n small diamond in
ench spoke. An cnnmctodipjnnnnt
cf blue, bearing the llgurcs r, I, grac
es tho center of the wheel. The
words "Past President," In raised
letters, adorn tho front iltn of tho
wheel, xvhllo on the back t In
scribed the namn of the recipient
nnd the date of Its presentation.
ONE OF THE HIC1H officials In the
Toyo Klscn Knlshu, In tho person of
W. II. Axcry, xvho has represented the
Qtr.nnc,hi.. .... i .!. i-. ..- .
" """' """" " "' rr "nmtlon last nWht announces the prib
iur mjiiiu yenrs pnsi, win arrive in Ho-
l.olulu today by tho Japanese
liner Chlyo Mnru. Mr. Avery Is now
en routo to Japan, where ho will con
fer with tho bend olllco of tho big
steamship company at Toklo. Mrs.
A very was n passenger arriving on tho
Pncltlc Mnll steamer Mongolia Fildiiy.
NEW OFFICERS havo been elect
ed by Honolulu Harbor No. lit of the
American Association or Mnstcrs,
Mates and Pilots, tho following be
ing chosen nt a meeting held Inst
evening: Win. E. Young, presl
uont; y. M. llerg, first vlco presi
dent; Jus. F. Miller, second vlco
piesldent; Cant. James Edward
O'Urlcn, nntinunl harbor represen
tative; Captains J. F. Hagluud,
Win. A. Clark anil Geo. C. Ileckloy,
trustees; Frnnt C. Poor, fcccictury.
.MANAGER C. P. MOUSE of
Anirrlcanllawallnii lino nt Honolula
nnnounces the withdrawal of tho
freighter Novadan. which was sched
uled to sail from San Francisco for
Honolulu dlrert on December 13th.
Tho liner Virginian will null from tho
California port via Pugct Sound on
December fitli. and Is duo to arrlvo at
Honolulu ou December 23rd. On Jan
uary lllb iho Mlssourlan a largo
freighter. Is mheduled to lcaio Sejit.
tlo and Tucoma for Honolulu.
THE AM.-HAWN. steamship Alas
kan returned to Honolulu fiom llllo
nnd Knhtiiiii Saturday, bringing u
quantity of sugar taken on nt thoso
ports. The vesnel has been fixed to
depart for Sallnn.Cruz on tho 18th of
this month. Tho Alaskan will leave
tho Hawaiian Islands with about 12,
000 tons of sugar and other products
of tho Islands,
PURSER PHILIPS gf tho stcamor
Maunn-Kca -arriving from llnwall nnd
Maul ports Saturday roports 109
sacks of sugar at Punaluu nnd 3,211
sacks of sugar ut Hoaolpu awaiting
1111.0 SHIPPING, as reported by tho
Mamia Kca, Includes tho schooner Ko
na, which camo Into port on Sunday,
looking spick and span and not giving
any Indication of rough weather; yet
she was In tho sanio storm In which
Captain Underwood of tho Robert
Lowers lott his life. Sho was first
sighted off poit on Wednesday nf Inst
week, ngalu on Tliursduy anil Friday,
but did nut get In till Sunday, Sho
brought 930,000 feet of lumber and
20,000 shingles for Hnckfold & Co.
THE OFF1CER3 belonging to tUa
Gorman cruiser Arconn nro tho re
cipients ot much nltsntloii' dining
their brief stay, at the port,
NEW IMPORTATION OF SUITINGS
Carefully Selected English and American Cloths
W. W. AHANA & CO.
02 So, Kinir St.
the CITY TRANSFER CO.
Exemtinjj! and Filling.
Vineyard St., Exr of Nuuann Stream
Schacffer. Italian Consul for llono-
tllll gnvo ,lincr ( u,0 fiiccr.i
m Snturdny evening, xvhlsh was a
delightful llffalr. Tile homes of
,. ... ,
prominent local (!iuinnt were
thrpxvn open to vlsllori on Stindny
nnd n dinner was given aboard tho
Arconn In the evening. This ovo
nlng Captain Scliro-jdcr of Hie Oer
lnnn war vessel will net nn host to a
,,fotrnmil,1.j (ho (,,, lclrntllB
., cnii,imei,t tenmrraxv evening
THE FREIGHT f.IST of Iho steamer
Maunn Ken, arriving from Hllo and
way pcrta S-iturdny, Included 3
sneks corn, 12 sacks Inro, r sacks cof
fee, J0 cords wood, 15 crates vege
tables, 127 bit id wood logs, 8 crates cel
ery, 32 crates cabbage, and 181 pack
ages sundilea. Tho Milium Ken. met
with ."triable wind along Iho xvlnd-
wnrd side of Hawaii and accompanied
Timru: IS thirteen hundred ami
thlity totw of Oriental freight for lbs
nolulu on board the Jnpa.iuao Unci'
Tcuyo Mnru, which Is expect.,! to nr
rile at tho port on Thursday .iltcinoou.
Tho iiMfPl may lake a fow layover
pasrengern to San Francisco,
THE MATSON Nailgntlon Unci III
Ionian, now en lotitu from Honolulu to
San Francisco wliclessod i.i.-t oven.
lug thnt her position xvas 125il tnllo1.
off tho port steaming throun'h light
touthcjst winds, smooth seas .ill 1 llim
xveathcr. Eioryono on board .cportLd
A WIRELESS from the Jniano
"",r 't'"o -uaru rcrciveu ;u r.in"u
abla arrlx-nl of that vessel nt Honolulu
on Thursday nnnn. The x'osrol wns
1250 miles nwav ut Iho tlino tho ires
sago was sent,
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Iwa
lanl arriving from Maul port xvlth
twenty-four packages of suudiles, c
peilcnced bid weather ilurlinr Ihn flirt
iwrt of tlm week.nud wns oblbed to
knock off for n portion of December I,
AMONG THE arrivals nt the irt is
the steamer Mlkahala Willi n general
cargo. Including 10 crates chlckcn tS
hogs. C5 bales hides, 40 sacks corn, ii.
sacks charcoal, and 05 packages sun
dries. The Mlkahala comes from Maul
and Molokal ports mid oxpeilcnced flno
xveathcr but choppy seas,
A SHIPMENT ilf lfi.W sacks or col
fer riom Kallua has nrrlxH at iho
port A the Inter-Island steamer lie
minim Tho vessel also biougiit ono
mill roller nnd sundries. She met xvllh
jhtiioolh xveither on tho iuwnrd trip.
v ACCEPT JOB
Aithur McDuOle. who was oifered
thu petition or rhlef of itcteetlvcH late
ly held by Joseph Leal, decided this
morning to accopt tlio nlllrc. Ho will
however, not tako hold for n rouplo of
w'eoks, ns ho xvIkIich to break In a now
man to hie picacni work ut Pearl
MrEiifflo feels that in iiecopllng Ihn
position of elder that lio xvlll ho nblo
In a way to vindicate himself ns re
gards certain btatcmeiitR that were
m'ndo against him when ho was em
ployed on thu police foreo under 11 for
Other changes will ipioliably lie
made as soon ns .McDulllo takes hold
of his uoxv Job, hut nt present It Is
Impossible to my who will bo retained
Ex-Clilef Leal Jiiik turned over nil
his official properly to Deputy Sheriff'
Rose, and tho latter nt present is in
charge of tho detective bureau,
iRENiiri CONSUL .
RETURNS TO PARIS
M. Men.int, French Consul ut Ho
nolulu Is leaving thu city this evening
for Japan. M. Menaiit bait been 'trans
ferred from his post of duty nt Hono
lulu and it Is uudoutood that ho will
bo glvenNun Important po&t lu tho For
eign Oniro ut Paris.
M. Mentint bus Hindu a host of
friends horo during his tcuuu of ollltc.
The. Industrial Edition of the
EvcuLni: Bulletin, vranned
1 ready for mailimr. SO cents at B u 1
I tin oWr . ,
. -HjT0 H"EiarTVo HT8 I ?"iVtU . ..i.
Monday, Cseemhcr 6.
SFATTLE Sailed l!ee, 4:
Ersklno M. Pheiphu. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. ti: '
If. S. A. T. Login fur Honolulu.
.WIRBLEFS-Transport Thomas will
arrlvo tills J:30 p. in., and sail for
I rtiJIO I irrMCC' stl"r A,lknliala, from Maul and Mo
I rWm I IlirNiir loknt pints; pass, and gen. cargo, n. in.
LiLHIU LilULillUU olm. . ,,,., ,,.,.. Jau
The llccnso of the Process Snlmn
until lecently hold by IjiwIm & Co..
has been transferred to Tom' Me.Tlgbe
by the Hoard of Commissioners Tho
i.niia.if.lln WftM oFTnelntl lnftl Krlilax.
Mr. McTlulic has been In tho xvhole-
salo and iciail liquor uusiness mr iuo,tt:1y inland.
past twenty-six jenrs. Tho iloora Noeaii for Knnat nort: gin
which nro now hanging on tho pretul 8,mr; "r.a"' ",r KU1,al '"'"" wn-
Ub nf Hn. Procress saloon will bo
taken off nllogelher In necordanrc
with with the city ordinance; regulat
Thero xvns somo good tennis down
at Ewa yesterday xvhcii tho filial of
tho double handicap tournament was
plnjed olT. The leatilt was that Mc-
Kecvor and Grectillelilixx'nn, out nl
though only by a small margin,
In their match ugalnat lOkliinu
nnd Ynmnmolo the clinmplons had
n cIofo mil, ns Ihey only won the
Inst tw'o rets or the three played.
Tho first set went to K I; In ml nnd
Ynmniuoto, .1-0, and although
Greenfield nnd lils-pqitncr'W-on tho
(erond set, 0-1, the third sot wns a
bard fought out one nnd was tho
only ono on the post 7-..
At one stage of the final set tho
crack pair xvero up against It hard;
Ekluiid nnd his paitr.cr had fixe
games to thedr opponents' four, nnd
Ihe scoio was nlso 10 lovo In their
favor. However, McKcox'or nnd
Greenfield gradually pulled tho set
out of the flie nnd won ns above
Tho final icsults wcn us follows;
Ilenlo nnd Rnmsay beat McEach-
cm nnd Davidson. 0-2, 3-C, 0-4.
McKcevcr and Oieenlleld beat Ek
hind nnd Ynmnniutn 3-G, C-l, 7-3.
McKecver nnd Greenfield beat
Itcnto nnd ltumsay G-3, 0-3 0-2.
JAPANESE 3AIMW KAS
, PRAISE TOR AMERICA
(Continnrd from Pass H
highly' pleased xvlth what thoy havo
seen In tho United States. 'Iiicv b-
Hove. Hint If thu ronimciclnl Mil busi
ness men or tho two countiles would
only plnco their confldenrn u each
other, thero would bo no occasion for
Mr. Matsiikatn, sou of Marouls Mat
sukatn, who xvns oncu Premier of thr
Japanese cabinet, said this mnrnlii
that tho most important subject, that
siioiim no carerully undcrslixnl by Ilk
people of Iho two couutilcs, Miuuld ho
"confidence in each other." Ho he
Moved In tho upbuilding of the com.
liter co and shipping facilities of flic
two countries so that their htislub.
Interests may bo belter ndviincod.
AS Bootf us tho part)' nrrlx-ed this
morning they wero conveyed In nulo
mobiles to tho railroad depot, where
they boirded a special train lo, conic
them to Wahlawn. The member. ji
tlio piity wvio encli decorated by
MIsh Tnjlor unit Miss Clowes of the
Promotion Commllteu. Fiom tho do
pot they, wero taken dmwf tho road
nrrivlng nt Wahlawn. where they spent
ubnut three minutes viewing tho land
scape nnd shaking bunds with thu i ex
ecution rsoiuiultteo there.
Tho paily xvns iieroni'iunli"' fiv
,fesrs. .1. F. Morgali, Gurtley, Water
house, Dillingham! Emll lleindt U A.
Thin Bton, Ilrltlsh Consul Forster, Dr.
Scudder and loiernl oilier momlurs"of
Iho reception committee. Members ol
Iho Jiipnneso Merchants' Association,
beaded by Jai-aneso Consul General
Uynno and Elovo Consul Ida, ushl&lcl
On their way doxvp tho mad, the
coinmlsslonors worn shown tho plan
tations and pineapple Holds. Tlio com
mercial men of Japan worn grcitly in
teiesteil lu I ho details or tho lii.iuii
fat nro of sugar, and thu growing of
pines, borne or thorn urn men who
aro xvoll learned lu agricultural woik.
On their return, ike train stopped at
itxvii win. xvnero tlio dlsllngulshod xlt
Ir.tora xvero welcomes by Manager
Rriitnn and his assistants. The mill
Mills wcio taken iirouml tho mill, vis
Itlug thu sugar loom nnd other auirt
inontH. Ilaioti nnd Ilnroucss Slilhu
sawn xvatcched tho grinding of 'sugar
cann wltii marked Intel est.- Tho other
latlles of thu party woro equally
bhnwn iiioimd tho mill mid phintntlon
ofllros. As limy left tho mill each
gtiust xv.is preseuteil with n leco of
Tho llron was nltoiuled by Detec
tlvo Harry I.tiko of the County Attor
noy's ofllen. nnd Pollco Olllcor Apana.
Sergeant Ilatry of tho National Guard
or Hawaii wis imperially detailed by
Hie (inventor to iicrontinny tho Ilarbu
during bin tlioit btiy lieio Hirry, It
It Bald watt ordeied liv llui G-veinor
to iiceonipany tho Ilaron nt tho In
bianco or tho War Department at
Washington, which requested tho Gov-ornor-
to detail an olllcer for tlio pur-
Tho piity returned fiom F.iyn nt ' , V , B ' r .
noon nd xvns taken to the Young Ho-' 1(mo,u "' f ,0lu aro lnovfns l'lc
Itl fur luncli. lurw Io. ,
Sunday, December r,.
Ficncli Ilk La lllnncho, Lorant, from
Hobait, 3:20 p. m.
Am BCi,r, Jnmcs Rolph, froM Port
Ludlow, G p. in.
,fc C(,c clcf ,, from
b B..)0 ,
1,BAmnJ; J' Lhl.l. from Columbia
Rler, C: 15 p. nt. . ,
I Stmr. Llkellkc, Naopaln, from Hono
! kaa. 8 n. m.
nid gen. cargJ, a. m. -
Monday, December t.
T. K. K. S. S. Chl)o Marti, from Pan
Fr.inclrio, a. m.
Am seb-. I'liiurenco Wnrd. for Mid'-
"l-, ! ".
Stmr. J. A. Cunitnltis. for Oaliii porta.
T. K. K. Cl.lyo Marti, for Hongkong
xla Japan ports; pass, nnd gun. c.irgn
T OUC TOMORROW I
U. 8, A. T. Iliomas, from Manila,
ii Nngisnkl, a. m.
stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul nnd Mo
Uikul ports; pats, and ecu. cargo, 5
Stmr. Klnnu, for Kauai ports; paea
an.) urn. rnrgo. n. in.
L Stmr. Manna Ken for Maul nful Ha
waii ports; pars., gen. cargo, mall,
Stmr. Maunn 1.9a, fifr Koua and Kan
potts; pass, and gen, cargo, noon.
It. M. S. S. Ao'r.ingl, from Colonies,
l. m. I
R. M. S. P. Aorangl, Tor Vlctoiia and
Vnncouxor, p. in.
Oer. cr. Arcnna, ror Yokohair.a.
Per T. K. K. P J. Chlyo Mnru, from
Snn Francisco, Doc. C.-For Honolulu:
K. Iwnkaini, P. It. Jameson, I. Innnka.
Dr. and Mrs. l,!iuiicnherger. Through
For Yokohama: J. Ando und ser-
xnnt. M. Aoltl, VJ. II. Axery. M. Dol,
K. Fukul, Mis. K. Fukul mid Infant.
Miss K. Fukul, Master I. Fukul. N. Fu-
Jlye. J. R. Geary. 11. Ilnrn, Dr. It. Hara.
J. Iluyasaka. U. Illhlya. K. lllrnlr.ii
ml. Mrs. V.. Hnrlkosbi. K. ichiknwa, II.
llila, It. Ilrl. M. Ikedn. K. Inoshltn. T.
Ishihnshl, M. Ito, K. Iwuhnwn, S. Iwa
a. T. Kadouu, S, Kiigoyninn, K. Ka
medn, K, Knmliio, T. Knmlyn, Ilaron
N. Kniuln, Dnroness N. Kniuln, T. Kn
to, Mrs. I. KnwngucM, K. Koike, S. Ko
miira. Dr. T. Kuinagac, I. Kawaguchl,
K. Kubotn, T. .Machida. G. Masaok.-u
M. Mitsudn, K. Mntsuknla, Dr. T. Ml
nanil, Mrs. K. Midsuno nnd servant,
Miss K. Midsuno, K. Midsuno, S. Mori-
mura, W. Natnrt, 11. Nuknno, K. Ne
zu. N. Nlshllke. J. Nlsblmiirn, II. Ol,
K. Oliinl, J. Carter Held. Mrs. J. Car
ter Held, S. Roscnthul. II. Hakaguchl,
S. Sntalte, Ilaron E. Shfbusnxvn, Ilaron
cm E. Shlhusnwn, A. Hblto, Arthur
Sllugsby, K. Soda. S. TnkalsuJI, K.
Tnkl, Mrs. K. Takl, S. Tamura, S. Dye
da, Mrs. M. Nobu Wake, S. Wutamihe,
T. Watanalio, T, Wntase, S. Yamada,
r. Yasul. For-Kobe: Miss Laura Has
tings. R. Kafaku. K. Nozakl. For
Shanghai: Mis. T. L. Dlalock, A. 11.
Hykcs, Mis. A. It. llykcs und Infant,
Samuel S, KiiHhonshuo. For Hong
kong: II. Otley Iloycr. .Mrs. M.'S. Gat
Mil, Miss II, A. Gaunhl. Mrs. J. I),
t'liamplln. Dr. It. W. E. Colo, Thus.
Ilnillug. Mis. Tlion. HarJIiig. It. J. Har
rison, Geo. V. Ilajes, C Kenneth, P.
II. Kuop, Miss 1-. I. Laughlln. Dr. W.
N. Lemmon. II. I Murker, It. M.-.MI-ckle.
B. J. Muiphy. T. Pnlt. Miss M. l
Weed, G. Welbom, .Mrs. G. Wclborn
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
iorts, Dec. C Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Lniighe, Hop ICce. Rev. A. II, Wey
mouth, Miss ), Sexton, Wm. Calilll.
Mr, and Mrs, Tnkahubhl.
'", ""PASSENGERS BOOKED I
1 i.tmr. Mamia Roa, for Hllo ami
way ,loi'ls, Dec. 7,7.M. J. F. llrnvn,
Mrs.rL F. Woods, MIsh 11, Ahruns, J.
Hull, Mlsa Ivy Rlchardbou, Mrs, T.'
Cuard .Mrs. Crtpwoll Saito. II. T.
Mills, Miss Woodln. W. W. Drlg'js, A.
Gurtley. A. If. Guidon. .Mrs. Gordon,
T II. Flckel, Mr. an I Mrs. Ad'inis.
Per btmr. Manna l.oa, for Kona nnd
Kau poits, Dec 7. W. W. Ilrlggs, A.
Oartley. O. E. Wall.
' Per T. K. K. 3. S. Tmixo .Maui, for
Japan and China ports. Dee. G. J. Q.
Adams, W. P. Adams. .Mrs. W. P. Ad
ams, II. llonU-, Mrs. II. Iloulg. T. Slil
rakl, II. IJ. 'Rogers. -W. A. Rudgear,
Mrs,t v A. Rudgear,
BURIES0UE AT NOVELTY
Happy Juck Walker and MlhS
Jcaiinetto Cooper, tho two Jolly loin
i dlans nt tho Noveltv Theater, aro
rrrtlinctlng lilg linnsca nvery ulgh.
i no Huiuuiay night crowds at uiu
three iOiuivh were io"iird brcal.ors
for this show houiu, that xvus al
most unknown until tho uiunagu
inoiit xvns fortunnto enough to su
curo thefo two actois. , This wcolc
Iho bill xvlll bu changed tin eg , times,
'lite bill tonight nail loiiioriDw night
Include;, u rly-rnailiiK biirlo:iiu) un
titled "Thu Father dud tho Unknown
Sou." The title alone suggests thu
poss llilo fun of this piece. Thoso
xvho hnvo been It declare that It Is