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BVBKINO BULLTCTIN, IIONoMJM). T. II., SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1509.
Honolulu Commandcry Rea
ular 5 p. m.
Let Aloha Chapter No. 3 Ren
ular. AllvUltlng members of the
Order nro cordially Invited o
uttend meetings ot local lodges
Jlcet on the
2nd and 4th
fit K. P. Hall
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, elatioa cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mei-ts ovcry Monday evening nt
7:30 iu I. O. O. l Hall. Tort Street.
H. It. HDNDItY, Secretary.
P. D. Wlckc, N. G.
.All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meets every first and tlifrd Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. qf V. Hall,
corner Tort and Berctar.la, Visiting
brothers cordially lnvl'.td. to attend.
F. it. KljUUXT, C C.
It. GOSLiyo, K. It. S.
HONOLULU I.UDQE C1C. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, II. r. O.
Elks, mc'jts In their hall, on King
Sticet, near Fort, every Friday even,
leg. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attind.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140,. F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. M. JtcCOV, W. I'rcs.
H. T. MOORK, Scey.
.Win. 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. Fort and llerotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
r. m. Mconuw. c c.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. it. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. IT. M.
Mccta every first and third Thurs
days of each mmith nt Knights of
Tytlilas Hall. Visiting biothers cor
klJally luvltcd tu attend.
J.. A. I'KIUIY, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
1 Comer Union and Beretania SU.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m,. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-13
.a, m., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
, All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIA1I PAPER &
SUPPLY CO,, LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts Honolulu.
Tel. 410. ' G. Guild, Gen. Man.
CALENDARS nnd LEATHER
J'alntyMslitnd and O. R. . L. shlpplnB
t vtootta for . salo it the Ilullotln
M. A. Gunst' & Co.
1 11)1)011 HCtH lO
WMtiicy & Marsh.
M It. Counter will ho open evenings
Willi Christmas, beginning tonight.
Peacock & Co. dclUcr goods 111 plain
scaled packages to tho family trado
Mis Woodard Ih showing some vtr
utliactlio holiday gifts at her Toil
Visit Dunn'ti Hat Shop thin wick
and ecu tho display of beautiful in It
llnery for tho holidays.
Call at Hlhu's Toggery this wcs'K
mid 500 tho lcmnrkabjo display of liol
Iday goutN for mni, Ladles specially
I'ay cash nt tho stores and get Green
Trading stamps. PrlzcB can be bo
ciiied for .noui at tho stamp store In
tho llnrrhcii liliirk.
tShocs lioii",ht nt Maii'if-ttironi Shoe
Co. and p(vuii ns Citlttmas prefente
may bo cxih&iigcil afterward It thej
do not fit. Shoo orders also sold.
Great Knaps In real estate for sale
by David A. Don sett. Consult ad In
this, lfcsue. For particulars call nt Mr
nowrrtt'H oirtcc iu tho Jud I building.
A Ml to Miss Tower's milliner)
pallor In tho Uunttm building will well
repay )ou IT ytm arc 1111 admirer n.
beautiful huts. Tuo present display Is
Ionian's will show on Monday a
shipment by express ex l.urllno of
i'!i'g.iiit llnswlo gowns In blxtecn
no two alike, from JlO.o" to
Sensible Christmas girts arc shoes
1 nil Mlppors. Ijirgo ktoek for men
vomen mill ciilldren at Mclnoniy's
Siiou Store, Call and ice the nuw
No rescrvntton is being made lit
Lewis & Co.'s during the closing out
Bale. Some vondcifiil bargains are
0 fro red In the household and liquor de
partments. There Is no finer showing of han J
kerchiefs than at Jordan's, for tho big
stock was Imiiorted direct and you can
find variety and good value. In their
Tho wooil and coal sold by Union
I'nclflc Transfer Co. Is tho best in tn
market and delivered promptly at iliu
lowest prices. Family trade cspctyll)
rollclted. Phono S8.
Ono of tho finsst Oriental Btockr. o:
holiday goods In Utinolulu Is on dlu
play at Yeu Chan & Co.'h. Tills stock
was selected porroaally by a buyer f't;
that house who spent three nionthr In
China during tho early part or the fill
Sachs Diy Goods Co. Is the groat
holiday eiiipotluiii. Just to ten tho
woiidciful assui tiui'iit 'f gift things j
woith a special visit to tho stole. Tnkv
your Christmas list llicio und foil win
eoon fill It with appropriate thlni't:
from Sachs' stock.
Tho Thayer Piano Co. huc onj of
tho largest pltiio stocks over carried
In Honolulu, In order to 1 educe this
ImmciiFo block the pianos aro h-.'lr.g
offered to tho ChrlsttiiHs tradc at n
big 1 eduction, ns much as flffeen per
cent discount being madu on standard
Thero Is something pcrbonal about
Jewelry as a girt and that purhapg ac
founts for so many people choosing
Jewelry as a Christmas present. Tho
slock at Wkhiuan'ii Is of partlculHi- iu
Iciest to tho giver as tliu uucstlnu of
quality can iice"r bo jimdo If tho Jew
elry has tho WlelniiBii'iiiark.
Tlic Chilstnias Aerial Advertising
feature pago of list Saturday's
I' 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 attracted 'lots of com
ment fiom the paper's rcadcis.
After the paper was on the streets
last Saturday many people In cars
and on tho streets could be seen hav
ing a good laugh. An Investiga
tion Invariably showed that they
were reading the signs and adver
tising expressions of local mer
chants that wero printed on this
The page as printed ip' that time,
and reproduced today rcprcscnts
the modern Idea of Hying- machines
with spaeo for the Inveterate bill'
poster, who Is presumed to take ad-'
vantage of every Known means of
making tho public faiiillar with tho
M'pd.i for u)iich hu gutiiu publicity.'
Tho p.io as pi luted iiKtho Bul
letin wuh tun under the caption
of "Modern Christmas Flyer,"'
and many of tho merchants of Ho
nolulu took a flyer In tho way of
catchy worded advertisements that'
wero In most cases mado eo perti
nent that the average render who
saw tlm pago look I ho time to rc,nl
fiery iiiiiiuiiiii'ciuent nil Its Tu
proio this In 11 moio loucictu
lonn, 11 fiieuil of A. D. Castro,' tho,
lcpreientiillvo, Bajs tliiit "cveji Cas
tto read tho page-, ynil jiu la the bus
iest man In 'Honolulu."- 1
l lie Hudson ear pcoplu picked out
thu li'lgliukl ler ,in 'the collection
cliown, audi euy that Itu cotiu'j'titao
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tha' Big Nlektl Scratch Pad for tale
it tha B u 1 1 a t l,n office, for flva canta
one Inch thick, mada up of two hun
drad sheets of good papar. Six for a
AutciTallyho, picnics, parties. Tel, 6.
Call and sco Mike l'atun at tho Eu
Kino copperplate engraving and
printing at Deakhano's, Fort street.
, Automobiles hack rata?, Etnptie
stand. Phono 213. Iklhct and Hotel.
Anything new In the sporting line?
Anything good In tho liquor line? You
can nnd It' at i'Thc Two Jacks."
For your Christmas takes and pud
dings, get tho pure fresh milk and
cream at Pond Dairy. Tel. 800.
It you want a good Job d'onc on an
auto or carrlaan take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queon Bt.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will lnj gtirnrlseil at Its 'cooling
and PsCTVatlvo proportles. California
Itcv, J. Wiykdmah Is back fruni 11
trljvto the mainland,' arriving nt Hono
lulit tlils morning by tho Matsou Nuvl
gallon liner Lurllno.
Tho Oahu College tencherp and
pupils arc delighted with the three
nichmond planoB sold them by the
Thayer Piano Co,
Green statnp arc, given (frecj when
you pay cash at tho stores. Call at
he idiow tooms and see 'what you .gel
for Green Stamps. Dcrctunln ur. Fori.
Tho first count In the contest for
tho Victor Talking Machine lit Whit
ney & Marsh's can be found In their
ad Iu today's Issuj.
John II. Drew or C.isllo ft Cooke, ac
companied by Mrs. Drew, tcltirned
from a visit to tho mainland this morn
Ing. they being pashcrtgers by tho l.ur
If you have your vtypcwrlter re
paired or cleaned ou will always take
your machines to them In future for
their work Is guaranteed. Wall, Nlcli
ols Co., Ltd., Ik the place.
Among (ho passengers who arrived
froni San Francisco by tho Matsou
Navigation llucr l.urllno this morning
was G. A. Wilcox, Lieut. V. S. Honshu
Capt. II. W. Prltchctt, J. C. Hansen
S. A. Hoso nnd C. G. While.
Among the arrivals this morning
from Hawaii on tho Manna Kca was
Delcgato Kalanlanaolc, accompanied
ly Judgo Mohaulu, Senator J. C. Lane
and Itcv. Stephen Mahaulu'or Hllo.
AT IKE .HOTELS
Honolulu seems to hae been tak
en by storm by llrltlsh Columbians,
judging from, the number of Van
couvcrltcs registered at flic local ho
tels. At tho .Young nro; Mr. anil
Mrs. W. L. Germain, lit. and Mrs.
W. J. Van Houtrr and three child
ren and Mrs. N. Ilergcron. At the
Kuyal Hawaiian Hotel nro: Mr,
nnd Mrs. K. Hobson, Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Whltcwny, Mr. and Mis. Jns.
Henderson, U. T. Drown und D.
Gucits lit the Young from outly
ing districts and from Inter-Island
ports aro: Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Unruh of Hllo, II. II. Kenton, John
Hind und Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Dry
ant ot Kohnla, 11. T. Hurclay of Ku
hlnhncle a'ud C. G. While of Halkl.
Other guests at the Young aro:
It. O. Henderson' (ind J. W. Cowles
of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred ltasch, J. O. Sharholt, MIt.s K.
A. Scott and Miss M. Kvans. .all or
North Yakima, Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. K .11. Williams ot Portland,
Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. II, It. Graham of
Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Q. Adams of Omnhn, rjch nnd W. P.
Htcvcus ot Los Augelca, Cal.
In uddltlon to the (largo number
of gucgttJ from yahe'ouver, John
Flannngan and 1'. L. Kcenan of llcl
fast, Ireldnd, and Slgna -L. Stream
of Seattle are also registered at tho
Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
TUB SCHOONER Dauntless, which
has finished the' discharge ot a ship
ment of lumber consigned to tho' City
Mll Company, Is ready for sea and if.
Is expected that tho vessel wilt get
away for the sound country 011 or
about Monday. '
CAITA1N JOHNSON, master of tho
American hchooher Mary E. Foster,
succeeded in gathering a crow togctpcr
and tho Vessel sailed for thoT Sound In'
ballast last evening. ".This" VcSI his
been discharging? a'slilpnlcnt'oflum-
lin. nt , ,. A Una. 0. 1.4t.. ..... ...!-..
mui hi iiiu jiiivii oc'jujuhibuu wuuri,
. - " 4- '
"Is Ahead nnd Above like tho Hud
son." Dick Riilllvan, -who (s gen
erally' on tho JeVef "with evoryphe,
tries an upgrade, flliig tfiUi the
tcrso command "Try an Air Ship
Cocktail, and then" .signs himself
"Aviator." Tho Hawaiian Realty
man says from a glaring' sign board
below, "Wo stay below and sell tho
earth." ,l -Then Peto 6f tho Tcrrt
torlal Mcsgonger Sorvlco, who Is
generally cpnsldcr'cd truthful. m'b.
"Our bojs travel with tho speed of
flying machines." vGrnnted "that
Pole's bojs do ,put' It all over tlio
time-honored messenger "bby of
mainland fame, wouldn't that Jar
ThcbO are only a few or tlo Ifejt
on tho p'ago put, thero' iiiu many
more' that hao humor In them ilnn"
u strong reminder pf wliat tho viirl-
ma neuiuru ,nnyo ,mr sou. Turn
bvqr to pjgo rj and rim ur itlut
page. You will 'got bevcrul laughs
from the) reading on It ilud
pmy bn reminded 'or something yon
uoii 1 iwant to forget until nftor
(heir baggage order with
rJas. n. love. Phone 152'
' ' Island Tnniier.
DO G'TVr'Ti .Pxcmtinfr.and Jaiing.
Dnvine and Exoreitintf
Wood and Coal Phone 588
0. W. HoDougall, Prop,
r II PI fl ETniTPO I nV
nr I NrLrnnAKY
Resolution Adopted' ' After Many
Supporting4' Arguments That
Advocate Abandonment of Pro
tection. At a meeting held ycstciuay after
noon in tho makal pavilion of tho
Young Hotel, under the nusplecs of
the Chic Federation attended, with
ono or two exceptions, by only thoso
supporting' tho suspension of the const-
wlso shipping laws u resolution was
Tho resolution that was adopted cap
rles with It the full nnd sparse argu
ment ndiniiccd by tho supporters of
the suspension policy, nnd Is, in full,
"Whereas, the coastwise nailgatlon
laws of tho United States were enact
ed at a time when thero wero no do-
iaehed .sections "of tho mpublle to bo.
affected thereby, nnd It enn not he sup
posed that present conditions wero
then contemplated; and
"Whereas, tho provisions of such
laws, prohibiting tho carrying of pas
sengers In foreign vessels from ono
port of tho country to another, when
such ports are not connected by con
tinuous coast line, bear with peculiar
hardship on places wholly separated
from tho mainland by hundreds or
thousands of miles of 01 run. In tho ab
sence ot adequnto shipping facilities;
"Whereas, In tho absence, of suffi
cient American ycaaWi to meet the
demands of passenger travel between
Hawaii and tha mainhmd, such lnws
have borno with great hardship on
this Territory, lo tho detriment of Its
development, and sufficient relief Is
not In sight; therefore,
"Resolved, That whllo earnestly and
loyally desiring the restoration ot tho
American merchant marine to its for
mer prosperous condition, believing it
to bo tho duty ot tho congress to
amend existing laws nnd enact such
further states as shall havo a tendency
to foster and build up such American,
merchant murine, wo regard tho en
forcement of the- constwlso navigation
laws as to the carrying of passengers
between Hawaii and the mainland un
til thero shall be sufficient American
vessels to meet tho demand as a hard
ship and Injustice to Hawaii, not Jus
tified; nnd wo therefore respectfully
ask congress to suspend tha coastwise
navigation laws as to tho carrying of
passengers between Hawaii and the
mainland until such time as tha Pres
ident, or sueji olllcer as t'ongrcmi may
name, shall find that thero aro sufll
clont American vessels engaged in car -
rylng passengers' between Hawaii and
nnsseneerri between Hawaii nnd
tho mainland to meet all require
Tho discussion Hint precoded tho
adoption of the resolution produced
some Interesting and remarkablo ar
guments In support of tho suspension
of tho coastwise law. Tho meeting
was attended by about fifty per
sons and llicru ,waa about that num
ber of variations .nnd differing Inter
pretations placed upon tho great and
lasting benents'thnt will Accrue to tho
people of ll'uwall-by being permitted
to travel on Japanese passenger. boats.
W. R. Cnslo was in tho chair dun
Ing tho meeting nnd stated It f'M
called in an nttempt to ascertain tho
general sentiment ot thb community
on tho question ot constwlso suspen
sion. Ho stated that during tho courso
of a conversation during tho day ho
had been told that the advocacy ot a
Suspension d tho coastwise laws as
applied to Hawaii would establish a
bad precedent as far as 'tlm 'Territory
was concurqcd.f Mr. Castlo said that
ho would like to know It thero was
any vlrluuJn that argument, ,
J. F. Morgan, president ot tho Cham
ber of Commerce, .stated that ho had
been asked why tho ClAimber ot Com
merce had not, cabled , to Washington
concerning tho suspension ot tho coast
wise .law. He sald-that tlio Chamber
hadf 'aUdlile'd ft' fcVoluffoH' lb 'Uio't-'fteet
NEW IMPORTATION OF SUITINGS
Carefully Selected English nnd American Cloths
w. w. am'aina & CO. '
D2 So. Klug 61. .-,. . ,. .
, are advised
to . leave
the CITY TRANSFER CO.
Vineyard Si, Ewa of Nunanu Stream
Uhat tho' Chamber w6uld be glad lo
I sco Federal assistance lo tiitf mcrchnnt
marine In the rnelflc, and that if this
was not forthcoming, to suspend the
i ri.tilv in iKiipntcit calls from W.
11. Hoogs as lo Ills attitude on tho
nucstlon-W. R. Fiirrltigtnn Raid:
"As I hno ample opportunity to ex
press my opinions every day In the
week, I hesitate to tako up tho time of
tho meeting. I am opposed to tho sus
pension of tho coastwise law in Its
application to Hawaii. I believe wo
should build up our own fleet under
tho American Flag. I believe if the
coastwise law is suspended that
within (ho years the traffic between
Honolulu and tho Const will be in tho
hands of tlio Japanese. Ilcllcvlng
that, I will not lend my voice In
any effort that would turn tho tralllc
of American ports Into the hands of
Views Are Many.
J. P. Cooko declared that ho believ
ed that suspension would be 11 benefit
rather than n detriment to the future
traffic relations between Hawaii and
the mainland. F. J. Waldron did not
tielleve'that tho Suspension of Iho
coasfviso law. would establish a bad
precedent for tho Tenltory, declining
thnt during tho coal stilko tho Presi
dent had removed tl.c duty on coal for
a poilod of one year.
I'd Towso Indulged in a lengthy ex
planation ot the hardships of citizens
of the Territory under tho operation
of the prctent coastwise law. Ho cited
n number of Instances of tho tempor
ary Inconveniences of good nnd woithy
citizens which he'Cpnsl.iered sufficient
cause for putttng'.'tnc Tcrrltory'on rec
ord as being nmious to drop the only
pioteitlou for Amerhan shipping In
the Pacific'. 'Among other things,
Towso stated (thut "Hit navy today
wants electricians and mechanics, not
tho men' found in the crows of sailing
ships." Towso did not say anything
about the navy being In vital need ot
n supportlng'-mcrchant marine in time
of war and thnt tho hopu ot tho Amer
ican merchant marine Is not in sailing
ships but In steamships, whether tor
freight or passenger purposes.
Ex-Governor Gcorgo It. Carter want
ed suspension. Tho ox-Governor ap
parently believes that the patriotism
of the peoplo of Hawaii rests on a
very slight foundation, for ho demand
ed to know how tho peoplo can bo ex
pected to bo loynl and patriotic "when
you restrict tho How 'of travel here,
and from hero to thu mainland."
L. Tenney Trek suppoited coastvUso
suspension, and 'declared that It was
mi Intolerable -hardship upon tho peo
plo of tho Islands to bo restricted to
vessels II) Ing tho American Aug. At
tcr referring to tho lines that wero Im
posed and citing an lustaiicu of a man
and his wlfu culled lo tho Coast by
Illness, Mr. Furrlngtnn asked Mr, Peck
If thero was uny Instance where per
sons compelled (o Inn el on n foreign
boat nnder similar clicumstunces illil
, "m ,mvo tneir 1
not havo their Hues 1 emitted. Mr.
I ' eck evaded thir
question und some-
0110 prompted l)lm to refer to Mrs. II
J. Lord, whoso fine was not remitted
because there was amplo opportunity
for her to take an American steamer.
Dr. DorcniiiH Scuddor thought' tho
Declaration of Independence' had
something to do with tho coastwise
suspension law, declaring that tho
right to travel on foreign vessels b'o,-,
tween ports In tho United Stntcs and,
tho mainland is "a part ot our liber
ties." A copy ot the resolution will bo for
warded to George R. McClellan, sccre-,
tary to tho Delcgato to Congress, one
to Ti M.1Hau!h', and one to tho House
Commlttoo on Commerce.
COOK TAKINQ CURE.
Explorer, 'Who .Mysteriously Vanished,
Found In 8anltarlum.
NoW York. N. Y Dec. 1. Dr. Fred.
crick A. Cook, who mysteriously drop
ped frpm public .view on Saturday, la
taking thu euro nt "Illjly" .MAldoOu'u
sanitarium, near Whlto Plains, N. Y.',
according to liifoimatlon received hero
tonight. Muldoon denies that Cook Is
there, nt least saying that It ho 'Is
there ho entered ui)der an assumed
a a 1
-WT'nt;' .cards on sale at
-.i-ruiiAtin Jinn-. l
T",!" "'i T'
, No Brauehw.
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IN FOREIGN PORTO , """'-" - - -i,
fiaturrfav. December 11.
PORT LUDLOW Sailed l.xc. 10:
Ilk. OI tuple, ror Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 11:
S S. Alameda, noon, lor Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 11:'
S. 8. Kurtii, for Honolulu.
Friday, December 10.
PORT (lAMIILl'J-Sulleil Dec. 9:
Fehr. Aloha, for Hllo1. '
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 10;
Ilk. Annlo Johnson, from Hllo.
8. 8. Mongolia, henco Dec. 4,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. Iu:
S 8. FntcnirUc, for Hllo,
PORT TOWNSHND Arrived Dec. Hi;
s.i,r nrennla Yanco. from Hllo
Thursday, Deeembjr 9:
HILO Sailed Dee. t!
Schr. W. II. Mnrston. ror iicuonuu,
Tuesday. December 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Pec. 7:
8. S. Virginian, ror Sealtio.
h k. Asia. 2 11. 111.. for Honolulu.
BAN. FRANCISCO-i-Arrlved oDc. 7:
S. 8. Alnmcun. iiencu nee. 1.
, 8. 8." Hllonlan. henco Nov. 30.
KAHULUI Airhcd Dec. 7:
llktnc.- MuUwcll.ifnim Miiblltes.
The shipment of new iiilloniolle.i
brought by the Liirllne nio con
blgncd to the following: K. O. Hull
& Sons. 4; von llninni-ouiig. ,
Schuman, 4; Royul Hawaiian tiar
rage, 1; I'. H. HlrharilMin, 1.
Tho Lurllnc v(l!l not tall nt IIII'i
for cargo this trip accmdlng lo Iho
announcement troiii Castle & Cooke.
the local agents for the vessel. The
Lurjlno Is expected Jo get away to
morrow night ror 'KuIiiiIiiI. where
scertil hundred tons or freight will
o discharged. The vessel's ilcpnit
pre has not yet been definitely dc
llded upon, hut It' la belloved that
she will sail fiom Honolulu for San
Francisco on or.hbout December 18.
Shipments of sugar', pineapples and
other Hawaiian products .will ' bo
taken us cargo. There Is a rather
pinnll booking of Intending p.isscu
geis up lo tho present time,
THE FRCtGHT l?t pf the, Interls
land steamer Manna Ken arriving
from llnwull iiud'M.iul porls.llils morn
lug, included 0110 nntomolillu 214 sarh V
Hour, 9 crale.1 chickens, O.crj'csC"!
cry. 10 cords woyd, 10 tucks corn, fit
bales hides, 20.1 package Hunlrios 1.
sacks tr.ro. S5 cralci enhbago. Thr
vesrel inet. Willi light win Is uiiJ
smooth tcL'M on tho trip ncrofa the
.channel, ,1'ur.ier .Phillips, ra'poiti the
slenmor Knual at lillo tun Nllnau at
Wninakii tho Ltkcllkd at 'Honokm "ami
tho Kcaiihou nnd ClaiiJIne at Lahalna.
DDING SCRAt'tCD nnd rcnalnted the
liitei-lsland rleamcr Kaliiianl lias gone
tn thu inarlnii railway. This vessel
has been laying ami rop.ililui; tnooiln;;
oiiojs ocr on iinw:ii qmi .Maul ror
Minio time ast. Tile vessel returned
to port yesterday, bringing several
marking buoys which bio secu ser
vice at the big Island ports.
THIC DIG American ship Kis'dno M
Phelps Is now en louto fiom Sun
Francisco to Honolulu, where thu1 Ves
rel Is exis'ctcil will tako 011 a ship
ment or sugar Tor thc.Unllud States.
Tho vessel Is repotted to havo sailed
from San Francisco jcklerday.
THE AMERICAN kchooner Kona Is
tho only essel of tho over-sens class
at Hllo at tho tlmu ot tho departure of
tho Iiilcr-lsland liner Manna Ken for
Honolulu. This vostel wiis'i hauled
ulcingfeldo tho wharf and was dUcharg-
lug a bhlpment of lumber. .
AFTKR A FOURTEEN day voyage
from Hllo, tho American schooner
Oceania Vaneo' Is reported to havo
arrived at Port Townseud. Tho vi'fcsol
mado a lively trip up to Iho Sound
PURSim PHILLIPS of tho liner
Island steamer Maiiiin Kv.i lepoilh iho
following sugar awaiting shlpiutui pn
Hnwali: Honuupo pl sacks, and
Punaluu 4G9 sacks,
ACCORDING TO advices itrclxed
here Hid 'Matsou 'Navigation liner Ku.'
"terprlso sailed yesterday fiom San
FrancUco for Hllo.
TODAY'S ARIHVALS Included tho
Intor-lsland sltanier Mnnl, rrom Ku
walhao with u shipment of 7S hc.ni
of cattle nnd 25''calvos. Tho Maul io
turned this morning from her special
TUB STKAMHR Iwiilunl Ih reported
at Malpikoun 11 1 the tiuio or tho du
parlufoor thu Maul friun Hawaii ports.
' ' '
Clifton Kgan of tho Fay Egau
Co., the celebrated wood-working
machinery llrpi of'CliicItinntli Ohio,
Is on his 'way (q Australia wth his
wlfq on ther wedding trip. Ho
stopped over to sea Mr. llendrlek,
who Is thu local agent or his firm.
IMItiir Kheba mid tho eu-edlliirs
ot Iho Hawaii Klilnpo, Iho llrbt
Japanese pewhp.ip.-r vuliliahcil iu
thu Teirltory, will iclcbralu tliu
Inciilctli uniilicrsiiry of lla cxlhl
r.neo next year. Whllo at tho Mn
chlAiM'Cluli ychlq'id.iy Hheba ' re
telveil tho longratulatlmia ot ll.i
iiiu Ucljlda, tho pew v'lipnnepo Am
bawailur to YuihluuIuu.
Saturday, December 1!.
C.-A. 8. 8. Makura, from Victor! 1
did Vancouver; pass.;yjcn .cargo uu-t
M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno, from San Fran
cisco; pass., gen. cargb.
8tmr, Mntina Kca, from Hllo nnd
way Krts, a. nt.
' C. A. S. S. MnkliraAjor Australlau
I oris; pass., gen cargo?l. in.
A.-H. 8. 8. 'Alaskan, fof Ballua.Cruz,
by Island ports.' gcn.-Cargo, p. in.
Friday, December in
Stinr. Claudlnc, for Maul nod Ha
wall ports; pass., mall and gcu cargo,
5 p. m.
Saturday, Dccert.be- ,t
T. K. K. 8. 8. Tenyo Maru, for San
Francisco, C a. 111.
Stmr. Klnait, from Kaualports; pass,
mid gen cargo:
Stmr! Keaiihoii, from Maul and Mo
lokal .ports, a. m.
Ilr. 8. 8. Swanley, from I'Vieiiel,
U. S. AT. Logan, from San Fran
cisco, 11. in.
P. M. 8.
clrco, p. 111.
8. Asia, from San 1-rim-
Nocau, for Kauai porti; gen.
Stmr. Maunn 1.0.1. from Kona ruJ
Kau ports; pass., gen. cargo, mall, a.m.
. SAIL TUESDAY I
Stmr. Mlkahala, for Mnul and Mo
lokal ports; p.iss. and gen. cirgo,
Stmr. Klnan for Kauai jmrts; pass,
and gcu. 'cargo, ! p. xA. ' ' '
'Slm'r. Haunt Kca, for Maul und Ha
waii ioits; pass, und gen. curgoT 1100:1.
f PA88ENGER8 DEPARTED
K. 1C. Tenyo Maru, for San
Francisco, Doc, 10. Mr. and Mr
M. Heller. Miss n. H. Smith Dr. II.
Yatnamiirh. Mrs. C. U.'l.oo, Mrs. J. A.
na'er, AV. R. It) an. '
Per S. 3. I.urllnv, Weedcii, from Sou
Francisco,- Dec. 11. A. Sharp, Rev. J.
W. Wndinan,- O. Cr.stlc, J. Hughes, A.
Rlchlcy, Mrs. Rlchley. R. O. Hcndcr
son, Mrs. Heihcit. Miss Herburt. Mrs.
A. Duriiiit and children, H. .McMillan.
O. A. Wllco, F. Maxlo. L. H. Michael
sun, Mrs. MIchacleoii, Wj W. Klrklutid,
Mrs. J. W. Jones nnd daughter, Mlsa
C. Ilcnucghan, Miss U U McStoc.rcr,
Mlsa J. McStockor, Lieut. V. S. Hous
ton, A. F. Prcbsy, .Mrs. Prc3sy nnd
child, J, Ilc.in, P. D.irou, Mrs. llaiun,
.Mrs. L. A. Thurston, Mrs. M. A. Dean,
Mrs. K'. K. Rice, W. Janls, Mrs. Jar
vis1, Capt. W. If. Prltchctt, R. Hair, F.
Fredericks, S, W. Cowles, J, C. Han-
hnn, .1. Drew, Mrs. Drew and daughter,
8. A. Rose. W. Bluveno. C. 0. White,
Mrs. White, children ami maid.
Per htmr. Clatidlnu, for Maul' and
llnwull, Per. 17. Ml.is Ualdwlu. Mlsn
Maedoimld, Mrs. W, on Sagguus, At
ficil Taylor, Mrs. L. T. Peck, H. D.
Wallior, V.', Rosa, Jack Molr, Miss L.
pora Deacon, Miss Nulllo McLean,
Miss T. Molr, Miss T. Marshall, Miss
IClslo Chalmers, Miss Itosecrans.'lllss
Tnylor, Miss Dora Knglo, Rrnest paid
win, Haiohl Daldwin, Miss M. Max
well. Per slmr. Klnnti, tor Kauai iMirts,
Pcr lt.Dr. llrliickerhorf, Miss A.
Kruso, Miss l:. Hnsllng.
lVr M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno, for 8,ir.
Frniicltco, Dec. 13 II. 8 Uuuc, 'A'lti.
M, A, WimiiIIii, 'Mr. nnd Mrs.
Whiting. rM Whltlng.'X II. Fergu
son. Mr. 'nnd Mrs'. C. P, Hang; Mrs. S.
1. Shaw, Mr. and' Mrs. II. 0. Pflueger,
MUs.M. Pfluepcr. I. M. ltynolds, Mrs.
Roynolds; Mis.'G. n. Wymah; C. II.
Diamond, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. 8. Muchol
son. Per stmr. Muuin Km for Maul ami
Hawaii, Dec 1 1. II, Murtpn, M. Mulr,
G. Mulr, 'Claude Kim;, N. King; J, Rull,
Miss Eaton;1 I. H. FocbUcI, Mr. und
Mrs. A. II. Gordon,
Malls are dua at Honolulu from
points au follows;
Yokohiinia Per Korea, Dec. 2U.
Colonies Pur Moana, .Inn. 5.
Malls will depart for the-following
frilrito as follows:
Yolfohama' Per 'Asia, Dec, 14,
Vancouver Per .Moana, Jan, 5,
. : 1
I TRAN8PORT 8ERVICE. T
! ' 1 A
Rufnril. arilved at Sun Fiauelteu rinin
U"IKiIii. Oct, in.
DU fiom Health) for .Manila, tin Ho
110I11I11, inc. IS.
Logan, from San FruuclLrn fot Hono
lulu, Dec, C.
Tlionias, from Hoiioliilu fcr San Fran
clsro, Dee. 7,
Sheridan, at .MniilliiIlcc, 3. -
K II 1 -I
BULlct'in ADd PAY