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"KVBNWO BTJTXETrN. HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY. DEC. 13, 100ft.
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Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
St.-.tecl, S p. ni.
Alfvlsltlng members of the
Order nto cordially Invited to
nttcn.l meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd anil 4th
nt K. T. Unit
7:30 1 M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSIATION, elation cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovt-ry Monday 'evening nt
7:30 In I, O. O. F. .iall, Fort Street.
E. It. l'.CNDRY, Secretary.
F. D. "Wlcko, N. G.
All halting brothers very cordially
0AHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of ?.
Meets every first nnd third l'rl
'day, evening at 7:30 In IC. of p. Hnll,
corner lioft and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to uttend.
F. II. NUGENT, C. C.
' It. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, U. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
Ing. Visiting Urothcra aro cordially
.Invited to attend.
n. A. DOUTII1TT, E. It.
H. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
J'R Meets on tho 2nd and 4tn WED-
'.V KKSDAY evenings of each month at
iaf 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
f'.JL. Ueretanla and Fort stri-ots
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. i. W. M. McCOY, W. Pros.
1 H. T. MOOIlU, Secy.
.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 Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F M. McOItKW. C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. 11. S.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. VIsltlnir brothers rnr-
'" cllally invited to nttend.
f,- L. A. PERKY. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of 11.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
r Dr. F. SCMJRMANN
Corner Union and Ueretanla Sti.
House Consulting", 2-3 p, m.i Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m., 8-6 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-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
" Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
; .' Tel. 410. G. Guild, Gen. Man.
CALENDARS nnd LEATHER
:." y ' :' , . .-
, iniur-isianu mw.'i. if. .. riiipiniis
'books for'snlo it tho llullotln
:'i ffflcc, OC tch, it. , .
! BUSINESS REMINDERS
Passbook No. 5553 has been lost.
Mm. Taylor, tlio llorlst. can supply
your mjny w.mts ugaln this Ninas,
For toys books novelties nmt Clirlsl
mas suggestions or all kinds go to Ar
lclgh & Co.. Hotel street, opposite
Union. Grand display tit holiday poods.
Telephone jonr older for wood or
nut for household uso to Honolulu
CoiiKtructlon &. Drnjlnt; Co. Full
measure, licit iiuallty, prompt ttclhcry,
Christmas nndles can be had In
greater variety nt Hie V-ilm Cafe than..
innjwhcio else Iwran e t.iey nro, mado
! frosh ovcr'y d.:y mid the assortment
meets tho lUiuaud cl tliu Honutulu
Call or wrllp. for win of tho hcautl
Till Arniorlt') l'.ilnt cataloRS. Davlest
& Co., will lie pleased to glvo you n
catalog frr. Armurlte Paint Is mado
Bprclally fin this ellmatu and U tho
only pain iu should 'uso.
Poultry from tho Metropolitan Mar
ket this year U better than ever and
Dm man wlu hliys u turkey or rooso
there n 111 not renret It. Tenl and mal-
hud duck.s arc In reason uud this mar
ket lias them. Hint; 4!..
Tluro wl.l be n dance at Hnlelwn on
M'lv cars evo, one of the sore for
li!Cii tho lace Is noted and the kind
hat will enable one to forget any of
the nnplcPBanl eients nnd .efflember
only thoro which shou'u )o.
. It Ik better to lv. jre than sorry. If
)iui will In..,, n switch to control jour
elTt.lC lights jou win not have to
ropu around In the dark nnd iosslbly
f.ill ovor a chair. The Union Elec
tric Co., Dcrctanla street, will (lx one
For the mining Chrletmas dinner
consult the lift of good things puli
llshCil today by Henry May & Co. You
will halo mi difficulty foIccIIiik n cry
cholco menu from tho boiinllfiil as
sortment obtnlnab'o at (his popular
Another grand buying cunt at
Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ilea) hand-made
and hand-drawn Hnttonberg KCarfs
end squares of values up to $2.75 wltt
lie sold V.rcdncsday, December IS for
$1.25. Goods now on display In Fort
BULLETIN, AOB PAY
NEW - TO-DAY
Knhami bildgo on the Kelt Itoad
Is cIom'cI for icjialis until Wednes
day, Dec. mill. O. II. GKIti:,
4490-21 City and County Englneor.
Scaled tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Wednesday, December
lo, 1909, for furnishing tho Depart
ment of Public Works with 18.000
lln. ft, of 12 Inch wooden stnve plpo,
delivered f. o. b, ship's tackle, Ku
Specifications and proposal blanks
on file In tho Department of Public
The Superintendent of Puulla
Works rcferves the right to reject
pny or all bids.
Superintendent f Public Works.
Dcpt. of Public Works, Honolulu,
Nov. 8, 1909. 4482-71
Nothing more stylish and- appro
priate for an Xmas Gift than a
Silver Mesh Bag
We hare one of the largest and
it est varied assortments in the town.
All the way fiom
$1,50 up ,
113 Hotel St.
Many Uenis for Chvislmas Qivintr.
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldij.
local and ceneral
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pd foe Ml
the Bulletin office for.flve centi,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheen of good paper. Six for
Auto-Tall ho, picnics, parties. Tel. 6.
Call n ml seo Mlko 1'aton nt tho Eu-
Fine copperplato cngravlnR and
printing nt Reakbane's, Fort slioot,
Automobiles hack rates. Ivmplie
stand. Phono 213. Ucthcl auri Hotel.
If buying, selling or renting, seo
real estate department of Illshon Trust
Company first, Ucthul t'.rcel.
Anything new It; tje Bportlng MneT
Anything goo.", ln'lhe ,quor nno: You
tan rtfla.TLat "Tho Two Jacks."
For your Christmas cakes and pud
dings, set tho pine frcrii milk and
Cieam at Pond Dairy. Tel. 894.
If jou want a good Job dono on nil
auto or carriage' take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Tho Oahtt Collcgo teachers and
pupils mo delighted with the, three
ttlchmond pianos sold them by tho
Thayer Piano Co.
Green stamps nro given (freo) when
you pay cash at tho stores. Call nt
the show looms and see what you get
for Green Stamps. Hcrclanla ur. Koi t.
The tleamcr Bivnnloy. bringing liu
mlrnnls from Kuropo. Is oxiieclcd lo
nirho loday. ImmlKratlnn Inspector
Drown Is ready to Inspect tho Imiut-
grants upon their inn. a
Honolulu Dellc and Volcano In Pen
nants: Powtciwnre nnd Ilnlbon flli,
Hawaii ASoutli Seas Curio Co., Young
Uulldlng (next cnhlo office, lllehop St )
Souvenirs for Christinas. 0ien een
Ins?. Goods packed carefully for
A Hawaiian who looks after thu cul
tivation of the taro of Police Officer
John Kerrelrn, was attacked by an
cngry Chinaman Wednesday, Tho
Chinaman picked up the Hnwnlhn and
was about to Lury his head In the solt
mud when other Hawallaus rushed to
the ri'rruc. All Sung, the Chinaman,
pleaded guilty nnd was fined $5.
Tho bl-moulhly meeting of tlir
Chamber of Commcrco will bo held
next Wednesday at 3 o'clock ii. in.
The special speakers for this occasion
will lie Acting Governor Mott-Smlth
nnd Dr. Hobdy. Tho latter will talk
about malarial bearing mosquitoes.
This is not to'ely lor lha members of
tho Chuinher of Cummerco but for the
Hllo will haie another tiu.it on New
Year's ee when tho Hllo Dramatic
Club will present the threo net cotnedv
'Mrs. Temple's telegram." It Is said
to be excruslatlngly funny and better
een than "Tho Private Secretary."
Tho principal characters will bo taken
by Mrs. A. O. Curtis, Mr, D. E. Mon
ger and Mr. Norman O. Campion, nil
of whom aro said to bo excellent In
their rosrectlvo parts.
Collector of Internal Revenue Wal
ter F. Drake nnd United States Dis
trict Attorney It. W. Drecknns mado
a flying trip to the other side of tho
Island jesterday and gathered In a
couple of .JapuncBo who were selling
Honor without paying for tho priv
ilege. Collector Drake states that ha
will mnko owry endeavor lo put a
stop to moonshine, business In these
Islands If possible.
Another "peeping Tom" has been
caught In the person of .1. T. Strauss of
Fort Shaftcr. On last 'Saturday night
this young mm became, much Inter
ested In the doings of a young lady In
tho WInBton block. As It happened,
ether people wero Interested In htm at
tho samo tlmn nnd with tho assistance
of a pollco odlccr ho was removed lo
the pollco station for imcHtlgalhm.
This is tho .H-cnnd caio of "Peeping
lonusnr insldo or two weeks.
NEW EQUIPMENT FOR
TI10 imrcliaso of filing cabinets, nnd
Iho exchange of un old typewriter for
a new and more suitable machlao for
the use of tho City and County Engi
neer has been authorized by thd Board
of Supervisors. The matter was In
rludcdi In tho business which was
brought up at tho special meeting held
Tho nuxt special meeting of the
Uoard of Cjty and County Supcrvlsom
will bo held nt noon Thitrsdaj-, Dccom,
her 10. It Is thu Intention nt this meet'
lug to, pa3s upon various labor nay'
tolls nnd tho now appropriation bill,
with amendments., will conio up for u
HUM reusing alibis meeting.
When you 'want photographs that
are real likenesses pnso for your pic-
iiiro at mo 11. k .Henry Gallery, on
Hotel sticot opposite tho Art Theater,
lug and dovcloplng.
Piihbboiik No. r,'i&,1. Finder please
luturn to llla(oi's UhiiI;.
Whltfu hull, terrier: joung. Owner
can And nt I'alamn Fire Station
i. M a',! i'Jti
their baggage order With
Jas. n. Love. Phone
DTtyinj? and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
Q. W, McDougall, Prop.
THE MATSON NAVIGATION lln-
ei Lurllne will snll for San Francis-
co direct nt 10 o'clock Friday, Dec.
17, taking a full cargo of Hawaiian
liioducts. Thus far tho freight of-
ferlngs In sight Include about 3,000
sacks of rice. 8,000 cai-es of pine-
apples, 1,500 tons of sugar nnd 3,-
000 liunchrs of banana. In nddl-
tlon there will be the usual con-
tlgnmcnt of sundries taken to tho
coast by thene vessels. The Matron
liner will hne ample nceommoiia-
tlon for Intending passciiRcis to San
Krnirtlsco. Kvon mnluland mil-
llonalres, who aio declared by the
opponents of innlntnlnlng tho Amer-
' lag on the Pacific, will bo nf-
lorded nniplo opportunity of leaving
"'o Ulniuls. The Mir line Is expect
ed to nrrlyo n't San Francisco on
Dec. 24. The vessel will tnku a con-
tlilcrnule . quantity of Christmas
man intended for tile Paclllc coast,
THERE WIM, bo nccoinmodntlon
for one hundred nnd twenty-flvo first-
class passengers for S.m Francisco
tn the Korea when that vessel ar-
Ives nt Honolulu from the Orient
on or nbout Dee. 20. The cssol W
teportcd to hae sailed
lama on Inst Saturday. The strain-
ei Is bringing n little over thrcoTlle vr8K4., N ,M1K BCia.llt, ,...,.
.on, I,,,, nmn in uiiuiiuu iiiiNi u,
to left nt Honolulu. Ileeause of
the small amount of cargo It Is tho
Intention of II. Hackfeld At Co. to
glvo tho liner a quick dlspatrh.
Should the Korea arrive hero on the
morning tif December 20 she will
be dispatched for San Francisco the
TO MAKE ROOM nt Iho nnllwa,-
wharf for the Mat son Navigation 'Inei
I.iirllne, which is uxiccled lo inl'ii-p
trom Kahulul early tomorrow i-ioi.i-Ing,
thu Ucrmaii ship Aluxnii'lcr Iseii
berg has been shiltcd to the Inckleh,
wharf. The esse! has .1nl.ho' th
illschargln of her largo cm go of Ku
ropean inerchandtru witch r.nhtil
hero from Hamburg nnd will lip !oa'y
for sea within u f6w da; a,
THK WIRELESS plant now success
fully operntcd on tho Canadian-Ausli a
Han l.lner Mnl.ura Is said to be u fore
runner for other vessels of the line. On
the way down from Vancouver the Ma
kura was in communication with Ho
nolulu nt a dirtancc of 1300 miles and
maintained an interchange of message.!
with Vancouver ut 1400 miles
TWO STEAMSHIPS wero In touch
through wireless with tho Kalinku sta
tion last, evening. Tho T. K. K. Tenyo
Maui, now en routu to tho east, re
ported her position as 542 miles olf
tho port with lavorablo weather pre
vailing, while tho C.-A. steamer Maku
ra, which left hero on Saturday after
noon fnr Australian ports, was 452
miles to tho southward, stenmlm;
through southerly winds nnd smooth
Thcio was no freight Tnr 1 loiioln -
In by Ihe, liiler-lshuid stciimer Iwn-
innl, which Iiiih arrived n't the port
from Mahukona ' and Kawalhac.
Purser Stone reports .the steamer
Ltkellko at 'llonokaa on Saturday
nnd was expected would leave, Ku
kulhaclo today to dlschnrgo.
THE.FOI.LOW1NG sugar Is awaiting
shipment on Knual according to Purs
er. Logun of Iho Inter-Island steamer
Klnau, arriving at tho port yesterday:
K. S, M., 3270 bags; V. K., 2000; M. A.
K 7HO0; McU., 3300; G. & It., 591; K.
TODAY'S DEPARTURES In tho
Intcr-lslund service will Includo tbo
tl earner Noeau, for Kauai ports, tho
vessel being- scheduled to sail at
o'clock, taking general lines of
cargo. , 1
FREiailT ARRIVING from Mnui
and Moloknl by tho Inter-Island
steamer Kenuhou jesterday, Includ
ed 20 head cattle from Molol.ul
Ranch, 5 crates turkeys, 28 crates
chickens, C3 pigs, 40 bags corn, 201
bags chin coal.
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Korea,
fiom Hongkong unit .lap in pirU U it
ported to hnu hiiIIci In'ii Yokohama
for Honolulu 0:1 Sninnliy In nddlllon
to general cargo tint vessel Is bring
ing Bovoral lajuver iix-ieiigers,
THE OCKANIO htoams'.ilp Alameda
Is now en routu from San Francisco to
Honolulu, tho popular ferry boat hav
ing sailed from Iho California port oil
Saturday, oflernoqii. ,..,, -.
NEW IMPORTATION OF SUITINGS
Carefully Selected English and American' Cloths
W. W. AHAINA & CO.
02 to, King lit. 1 , , , , , No Lrauchcs.
wtti. ..-..iL'.i .1. i,.... -
,i 10 t. leaye.
the CITY TRANSFER CO.
Island Tranrfer. ,
' Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nnnanu Stream
SUGAR AIHtlVINO from the other la-
an,iB going Into the. American UaU
Kntiilnnl, now Ijlng a' tho Wa.kIM sldo
0r t,c Hnrkfcid wharf, Tho K-iliilanl
g t0 t,ft 1(,,. uurl, !1(i U B (0 t,0
x0. l Migar wharf to flnlrh her cargo,
it u cxiiected that tho csrcl will Icavo
Honolulu with InMhc neighborhood of"
twenty - eight hundred tons of susar.
THE IH1TISH stea:ni Sw-mlvy
which Is'ditu nolo with n mrao .i.imi-
-n if immigrants fiom iho .'.oh-k.
, Im berthed at the O-unii'l .li;nf.
A lortlon of tlu wharf rim. li.iri bi.n
fitted for tho hcoiiiiiuhi.i'k-ii nl (ho
pioplo oxpeclcu hero hi Iho Swnnk'.v,
Pit wren six n.nl sovn- liiindicd per-
iom, can li cpred t tln.i-
it is EXPECTKD lit-1 tho Amori
can schooner Koberl l.ct.cr.. fiom tn
roatt with a shipment of ..i.nlci. will
dish discharging by the rinhll m
latter part of the wet-k This rsud
May, tako on bctnp Iron im'.I.W li-roro
tailing on her ictum voyu.n to 11m
THE 1NTER-ISLAND sienmer
Afnilt In WiiPilnlpit In ttnll fnr Kiiiiii-
I.,,,, Tv-mIi, Iflit nl-.... t iiM.ilir.nlum
,, in,,in imiinr.. ,
r0- the. big Island.
THU AMERICAN schooner Daunt
less has completed tho discharge ot
I her Flit ment of-lumber mi,! nfter talc
Ing on InllJht will proceed to sea. Tho
M-Hsol Is cixpictt'd to get away within
n day or two.
FINE WEATHER was encounter
ed by tho several luter-lsland steam
era arriving nt the port today nnd
en Sunday. The steamer Kcaulioii
experienced light wlmki nnd smooth
icas on both trips,
WORK OF discharging ll.o Arj'n-
can lurk Nutianii from NVw Ymk ivr.s
commenced this m irnlng; The vcs i
lies in I lie Hisiinp wli.-.n.
Pur stmr. Klnau, from Kauai ports,
Dec. 12. H. P. Fayc. Mrs. Geo. Plltz
mid children, Horn. J. K. Naruso. Miss
M. Smith, J. II. Jones, T. R. Robinson,
S K. Jim, Mrs C. H. Jennings. G. M.
Nlrol, Mrs, Wnlpa, .1. Alircii, A. A.
Deas, Mrs. h I). Moler. C Horswlll,
Mrs. Abrou. M, Mike, Mrs. Kapah ,,
Mrs. I-eltns. f II. McRrlde, Mls K.
Hnpai Mrs. L. S. HJorlh John Mnluea
Knla, Suvcok-i, J. J. Slim, Fred Me
Clelhin, Miss I,. Spencer, I). L. Austin,
W. W. Chamberlain, A. N. Campbell,
Master Molcr. II. II. Odcll, A. H Dow
Per stmr, Ko An Hou fron- Motoknl
and Maul norlH, Dec. 12. Otto WW
Mrs. W. K. Duvniichelle. J. D. Mc
Volght MlsaC. Aklna D. McCorrlston
A. K. Smytho.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Kcalln, Do?.
12. W. T. 8.111III1.
Malls aro duo nt
points us follows:
San Francisco Per Asia, todaj".
Yokohama Per Korea,' Dec. 20.
Colonies Per Moa'na, .Inn. 5.
Vnncoii.er P.:r Aoriingi, JnJn, 8.
Mulls will depart fnr tho foljowlng
points ns follow a:
Yokohama Per Asia, Doc. 14.
San Francisco Per Lurllne, Dec. 17,
Vancouver Per Moana, Jan. B.
Colonies Por Aorangl, Jim. 8.
lhiford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oot. 15.
Dlx, frtmi Seuttlo for Manila, u HtP
nolulii, Dec. B.
Logan, from Sun Francisco foi Hono-
I11I11, Dec, C.
Thomas, from Honolulu fcr Snu Fran-
c'sco, Dec. 7.
Sheridan, at Manila. Dec. 3.
DUE tN THE MORNING.
Tho United Stains Army transport
Logan, from San Francisco,, Is duo to
unlvo hero, early tomorrow morning.
Tho vcshc'I Is bringing tho Second Cav
alry, which Is prociudliig lo thu Pl.
Ipplnes to take htallon In tho depart
ment 6f Mindanao. Tho vessol will
not bo. held hero very long and It Ik
probable that If Mm arrlveu hero parly
In tho day tho doparturu for tho Phllln-
pines niAy ha bcLfor, late In tho after-
KIILLPri'lu n aav
vi,v,;,, .---iihkf iiyuvArrii-.v.iL.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Saturday. December 11,
POItT LUDLOW Sailed Dec. 10:
Ilk. Olympic, for Hllo.
PAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 11:
8. 8. Alameda, noon, for Hbtiolulr.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 11:
S. S. Korcn, for Honolulu.
I r"- '
Owing lo the scrloiu tllncas of tho
defendant tho trial of tho Japanese
Kanagawa. charged with the mimic.-
of u Jaiianeso woman servant at thj
homq nf Judge Lindsay In Mauoa val
ley wait postponed in the Clrcglt Court
this morning. An Indefinite recent
was grnntcd by JudPo Do Holt. It be
ing stnted by Deputy City nnd County
Atinriipv MlUortun that Kauagtwa
was In such condition that it wna
Iniinil necessary to remove him to the
The pliyslciiiiis nt Iho hospital utato
thul while tho imin'.eier is not In r.
critical .condition. It will be several
dnys at least before his trial can bo
lirocfQilcd with. Tho man Is suffering
from the effects of the wounds to hU
throat. After slaying tho Japatieso
woman who had aroused his fnnattcil
Jenlnury, Iho man cut his own throat
in an effort at suicide, which was fu
tile. There Is a possibility that blood
poisoning may dovclop as n result of
tho self-inflicted wound.
M Willi! UP
As n rrsult of the sale of leases
on government lands at noon today
In tho Land Olllco, tho Territory
realized an annual rental ot.$:i.7C::.
The sale was conducted by Land
Agent Tucl.or of the land office, nnd
nil the land leases on Hawaii went
to Hind, Kolph d Co., who wero icp
icsentod by Mr. Illud.
The lands ut WulMI.1, which are
prnctlcnlly sullalilo for tho eultlvn
tluu of rlco nnd bananas, wcio
leatcit to Lung Do Wat Co., u Clil
The rcault of the lease sale fol
lows: Leases on land nt Kahel maukn,
r.t Kohala, were sold to llnwnllnn
Mill & Plnntntlnn for. tho annual
rental of $744; on Kahel maknl
land for $258; on lluulua land, for
$085; on Huklaa land, for $432; on
Huklnn-makal, for $504, making 11
total of $2,032. All of tho land
lenses at Walklkl, which were sold
to Lung Do Wat Co., brought In nil
annual -cntnl of $1,140.
ASIA WILL GO
TO OCEANIC WHARF
The Pnrlflc Mall liner Asia, from
Sun Francisco en routo to Japan port'
and Hongkong, will berth nt tho Oco
i.nlc wharf upon her arrival hero.
Tho congestion of freight nt Hack
fold wharf Is such tlui the facilities
lor handling passengers ero much Im
paired because of the largo amount of
Oriental curgo theio now awaiting re
moval by the consignees.
Tho, ABla Is expecjed ,hcro today.
Juilgo Audriido gnvo his reserved
decision in regard to tho damage
suit brought by James Harrub
against the Rapid Transit Company
011 Saturday last.
It will be rcmcmhcicd that niiMiu
toiuobllp driven by llurrub cuiue
Into colllbloii with un electric cur
nt the Junction of Ueretanla and
Alcxandor .streets, nnd the machliio
was bittlly damaged. Harrub sued
for $200 damages, nnd after hearing
tho ovldenco Judgo Andrado gave 11
verdict of $150 mid costs of tho uc
tlon In favor of Ilnrrub.
Attorney A. L. Castlo appeared
for the Rupld Transit Co., and Al
torniiy Hitting for Hniiub. An ap
peal Iiiib been noted against tho ver
dict nud a stay, In, tho proceedings
has been Instituted,
RODER-On Dec, 7, 1009, to Mr. niid.
Mis. Hoiler of Eleolo, K111111I, a son
W, K, Klmci.on, niaiiager nud train
er for Antono Kaoo, bus written this
paper to tlio effect Unit the old "Wulu-
lua Horto" has withdrawn from tlio
walking ir.ro nt for net Sunday.
-The laiBvsl lluo of perfuiues, toilet
n.itera and powders will bp cecii at
thu blorn of r.cnson, Smith & tin. l.id.
The iiuallty tlieiu Ik us fluo ns tho
makers In tho United States mid Ku
ropo produce, Tho odprs nro especial
ly delicate, Clulstmus packages 111 e
lo ho had and they nro ot a character
that must nppcal to thoso of 11 refined
Siimtnv. December 12.
Slmr. Kenuhou, fiom Mnul.niid Mo-
I lokal iiorts, a. m,
Slmr. Noeau, from Kcalln, 3:24 a, m.
Slmr. Klnau. from Kauai portf dass.
ond gen. cargo.
Slmr. lwnlr.nl, from HawalHporta,
5; 50 a. in. -
Sunday, December 12.
M. N. S. S. Lurllne, for Kahulul, 'J
p. tit. J
j DUE TODAY i
U. 8. A. T. Logan, from San Fran
cisco, n. in.
P. M. S. S. Asia, from San Fran
cisco, p. m.
llr. S. 8. Swimlcy, from Find,?!,
Stmr. Noeau, for Knual ports; gen.
targo, f. p. m.
v - -
Stmr. M111111.1 1-oa, from Knna mi I
Kan tort's; pass., gen. cargo, mail, a.m.
.. . i-
Stmr. Mlknhnla, for Maul and Mo-
lokal ports; pass, and gen. cargo,
Stmr. Klnnti fnr Kauai ports; pass.
11ml gen. cargo, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Manna Kea, fur Maul nnd Ha
waii ports; pass, nnd gen. cargo, noon.
O. 8. S. Alameda, from San Fran
Cisco, a. in.
M. N. S. S. Lurllnu, Wooden, Tor San
Francisco to 11. 111,
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San
Francisco, Dec. 22 J. It. Paris,
Mrs. C. J. Robinson, Miss E. V.
Parts, Mrs. Monk, Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
O. Reed, Mrs. Win. C. Ford, Mr. nnd
Mrs. N., A. Week. II. S. Crane, I. 11.
Flekcl, Mr. and Mrs. Haag, A. S.
Per P. M. H. 8, Ash. for JJnp.iu
ports and Hongkong, Dee. 1111. C.
Slrubcn, C M. Itenicy.
Per stmr. Manna I oa, fnr K0111 and
Knu ports, Diu. 17. II. II. Itond.-K. D.
Pond, A. W.idKWo.nh, I). Wndswbrlli,
Miss A. It. Horn! Miss N. Hind, W. IC
Williams, 11. It. Hitchcock, Misses Aus
tin, Chna, flay, Miss E. August, Miss
13. Rlcknrd. Miss U Sullark. Miss V.
Woddcu. Miss Williamson, Miss A. I
Glhhs, Miss It. Itenton. II. Hind. II. S.
Clark. Mrs. C. Robinson, W. Paris. O.
Hind. J. Hind E. Meyer, U Hind, Mrs.
A. C. Kcnnon. Miss J. Mnsscj',
Per stmr. Kliiau, 'for Kauai pints.
Dec. 11. Mm L. M. McKeague, E. A.
Knii(lsciir M. Mnrkln, Gilbert McNicol,
Mrs. P. Mollnc. F. McClellan. II. R.
O'Dre. II. Giilirk, 1). IJ. Murdock, 8. R.
Robinson, A. Robinson, W. W. Cham
berlain. C. Horswell, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
A. Noble, A. A. Deas, O. 11. Mcllryde,
C. Murphy. 1! P. Fnye, Dr. F. M.
Ilrlnckcrlioff, MIjs Schultz, Miss A.
Kruse, MUs E Hastle, Miss Holt, C. F.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Motokal ports, Dec. 14. Oco. Camp
bell, .1. F. Drown, Mrs. Drown.
Per stmiv W. ,0. Hall, for Kniril
poits, Dee. 10 MUs A, Croto, Miss
tlroto, Miss M, Grote. L. Wlshard,
Dotiglns Duhlwln. Mlbb' I'errliiH. ,
Per btmr. Claudino. for Maui and
Hawaii ports, Doc. 17. Miss Baldwin,
Jllss Mncdonnld, Mrs. W. von Saggcm.
Win. Wostcrvclt, Alfred Taylor, Mrs.
L. 8. Peck nnd win, It. II., Wulker., W.
riobe, Miss Mi.ry Maxwell, Jack. Molr,
O. Molr. Miss L. Dora Deacon. Miss
Nellie McLean. Misses Molr. Miss F.
Marshall, Mss Elsie Chalmers, Miss
iiosccruns, Mrs. gaylor. Miss Dorn Un-
plo, MIib M. Forrest, V. A. Cnrvulho,
i;, Iliildwlii, H Dulduln.
Per btmr. Mauna Kea, for Maul and
Hawaii ports. Dec. 14. Mrs. fl. J.
Decker, IC. T. Buchlcj II. Morton,
Misses Mulr (3), Claude King, Nor
man King, II, R. nryntit, Mrs. Hrynut.
J. Hull, C. II. Driimmond, Mrs. Pom-
bcrton, Dan Cobb, Miss Eaton, John
Hind, j I, II. Itenton, MUs Agnes Dunn,
Mrs, Wooillii, Mr. and Mrs. Gi .W.
Odell, MIbh Oilcll, R. P. Odcll, Dr. C. F.
Schiillenborger Mrs. J.'c. Lorcnzeii,
F. S. Lyman, D, Purler, C. A. Huff
man, A, J. Scott, Mrs. B. Healoha J. A.
Per stmr. Clundlne, for Muni and
Hawaii, Dec. 17. Miss Ilahlwln, Mlsn
Macdnnalil, -Mra. W. von Saggans, Al
fred Taylor, .Mrs. L. T. PcOk, IC. IK
Walker. W. Roi,u'. Jnck Molr, Mls's L.
Dora Deueon, Mlsa Nclllo McLc.in,
MUs T, Molr, Miss T. Marshall, MUs
Elslo CJialmers, Mhs Ilosijcnins,, lIUs
Taylor, MIbh Dora Engle, Ernoht Raid
win, Harold Ualdwln, MUs M. Max
well. I'er M. N. H. S. I.iiiIIiio, for S,r:
FiancUco, Dee. 3- II. S Cine, .Vn..
M. A. Woodln, Mr, and Mrr.
Whlllug, Mlsa Whiting, N. II. I'ergu
bon Mr. ami Mrs. O. P. Haag. Mrs. S.
I. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. II, C. I'lluegcr,
MIbb M. Pflucger, Hv M. Reynolds. Mrs.
Reynolds, MrH. O. I). Wynsaii, C. II.
Diamond, Mr. and -Mrs. S. S. Muchel-
OULUCTIN AO0 PAY
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