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EVENING BULLETIN. HONoLtTL-t). T. H.. THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1909.
I III, VIMI1AV
Honolulu Chapter, II. A. M.
Stated, G p, in.
All vlaltlnc members of the
Onkr are uirtltall) iuvlU'd to
uttVml melinr.s uf loinl loilRea
Meet on the
2nd and 4tU
nt K. T. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Members i of
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciations cor
tlially invited. ,;
I HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0, F.
I iMcota rvcry Monday evening at
.i-SO iu J. I). 0. I' Hall, Tort Street.
I'. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
j T. I), Wlcke. N. (1.
. Alt visiting biothoro very cordially
! OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
J Meets every llrst and tlilnl Trl-
Bay eveplng nt 7 30 In K. ot IN Hal).
toriier Fort and lioretnnla. Visiting
j brothers rordlally Invited to attend.'"
F. . NUOENT. 0. 0.
! It. COSLINO. K. It. a.
.. HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
llonoltitil I.odgao. GIG, II. I. O.
Rika, meets In their liall, on King
j'treot, near .Tort, every Friday even.
Jug. Visiting Ilrotliera aro cordially
Invited to nttend.
12. A. DOUTIIITT, n. IU
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P.
Meets on the 2nd and -Itli WHO-
'INKHIlAY evenings ot each Jiiontli at
. f7:30 o'clock In K. ot I. Hall, corner
, Jlerctnnla und Tort streets.
Visiting "'agles are Invited to at-f-end.
x W. M. MrCOY, W. Frcs.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
.Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd mid -llli Saturday
'iinvciiluc at 730 o'clock In K. of 1.
Jldll, cor. 1'O.rt and Ileietunla. V'llt
''Jne lnotliera onllally InvlUil to atj
' r. M. AfcOHHW. 0. C.
l. A. .1ACV1ISON, IC. Jt, 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
4 Meets overy first and .llilrd Tlmrs
i jtlayn ot eacl) month nt,' Unlulita ot
a'jlhlaa Hall. Vlaltlnu uiotUerg cor
Sllally luvlted to attend.
Ii. A. 1'RKrtV, Sachem.
i:. V. TODD, 0. lit It.
. n Osteopath.
Corner Union and Beretania Sti.
, House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
i til days excepted. Operating, 8-19
B. m., 3-0 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
i Kabonic Buildinp, cor. Hotel and
' i Alakea,
1 Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Pau Ka Hana
1 f Tho soap that docs the work.
' At all Gicccjs.
1 You'. Tind j
i ' FRAMED PICTURES I
for pits at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between Kiiir and Hotel.
lllauk hooks of all sorts, ledgers
ttc.', rniyiufpcturiid hy tho Uullotln
FOR WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
VDor1id Cro1n ilr lU poiyimi ol
VUtvupi-is Cm in. tw.dttaoVd Croup rartftot
etui lwi Gottn li ui.-d. II tell ditecllr
on in- itul tjifral, rrtltnt tftMihinf fair in
OK cl cotJii iooiSm the lor iKrcat nd tlrfi ihe
cvutH. It il a bouti lo $u(l tret fiooi Aathm
Crtoln U ft pBwti'gl (timidd trtinf both
at a curative and pivnii in terriiiwii tliatatM
CrcioUnc't Ix-it ivcvnnadlion Hi ihirly
jrtai ot lucn-itlul uw,
Far Sat j ill DneiUti
SaW V fif f t9t-i-
Throat TaoMi, "imo'e
an.) arthinf lot ihe -mated
thfoat lOc. ,
TWt Vim CfwUot C.
1R0 Fftllf STfft,
Ntw Yik Cilf.
Clilckeiin and pigs for Christina at
.Mctiiilro'H. See Clnxsllk'il ala.
A lo rcmtuliiliiK tuo hatplim and
tun ioIiih 1 1 :i f heuii lost, nee CIhhsIIIciI
Cad at Mr. ItonenberR's, second
Hour of lilt' Alexander Young Initialing,
und en- Ilii; Iieaiillful avixntnieut of
Kit f II frultH and vegetable)! on the
Alameda toiuorniw morning (or Henry
May Aw Co. AIko the dainty little
l'llmroKe poik xail!ageH, I'liouu 22,
0 ( You Hop li Co, havu a l.irg"1
mimler of live turkeyti. Order )our
ChrlKtiu.M turkey there and ou will
he tnre and get one that Ik fat and
A tempting special Ik offered at
Sachs l)i (looiN Co. fur tomoriow.
l.ndlCH klliiouo dreKClug wiciiie, iig.
ular price Tie iucIi, will he kiiM at l.'c
each, 1'rlil ly otil.
(live llrounSo cameras to the dill-
ilren for Cliilstnlns, (lUe Kodaks to
the grovsii-iips, IIiouiiIim $1 upward;
Kodaks $5 uiwiird. Honolulu l'liolo
Supply Co., Tort near Hotel s'tnet.
There will lie a special sale of
Christmas tops nt the City Auction
st (ire. Merchant street, at 111 o'clock
tomorrow morning, A groat opimrtun
Ity to get pieeentH at hargaln price.
Hooks on electricity, somo on engl
neeilng, it c.vcloieilla of automolillu
engineering and u lot of hooks In light
er vein villi he offered for sale nt tho
Clt) Auction still ev Merchant street
on Kililay the 17th limt. at to o'clock.
As 'the sale will take place a week lie
fore Christmas It will lie a chance to
got Christmas picbeuts at a h.irg.iln,
OUT OFJHE MARKET
Continued sagging of (imitations and
few sales Is still the lulu In the btock
market, and U the market Is not
The Btoud) diop In the price of sug
ar Is making timid ones sell out, Imt
those following the sugar market close
ly are holding their stocks welt know
ing that authniigh the pilcu of sugar
thotili! diop to 3 75 this season the
ron.'.'tlon or the siig-ir properties will
he hotter than lust 5 ear. As a mattcr
of fact tliu lst. Informed men In tn
market are not anticipating that sugar
will go below (our cents, at which fig
ure every plantntlon In the Islands cm
make n splendid profit,
The largest sale reported on th.i
Stock Kxchatigo was Itfty Hawaiian
Agricultural ut 2C5. Walulua slunipe.l
lo 120 after the payment of tho month
ly and extra dividend. Mcllrjdc K
dropping us regards the stock hut I lie
strength a' ho plantation is shown hy
the steady advance of ho hoiuln finin
tiS to 99.25, the lalos! Uuiatoii. Tin
stock will udvance as t'"0n us llip
weak speculators uto shaken ."ll of
Oalui Hallway Is the only stoct to
nd vance, selling ut 146 this inmillnj
and thus scoring for the transportation
scctnlty. Ouomea has droppud to CO,
lepiesehtlng a Hliimp of four dollars n
share since the lust previous sale.
It Is not expected that the market
will turn until after tho holidays, al
though there Is said to ho an Inclin
ing amount of money realized from
dividends seeking Investment.
WHO WILL BE
(Continued" rom Pas. 1
p belief tli.u ho huu exerted lilt best
efforts during his four yWs und two
montlm of his Incumbency trt.ird In
cieaslng tlio clllcloncy of tho pil'iiio
ichool tf.vsteui, Thero Is no particular
leuson back of Iluhbltt's decision to
lot I re, he says, beyond a deslro to
tuku up n new field of endeavor In Hie
cmiHoy of the labor bureau uf tho Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Association
Ualibltt's resignation takes effect hi.
December 31 and If tbu doiornor io
tutus on Ihe Mongolia he will lm bjcU
and able to appoint u successor before
the Miuuicy occurs.
(Iicellngs, Messrs. Vrlsnt How.
ever, our police are up In Ihu air on
the bonibtljrowjng lnysiory us fur us
"they can get mid hie'uthu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tala
lit th Bulletin office for five cent,,
le one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Attlo-Tallyho, picnics, parties. Tel, (!.
Call and see Mike Futon at tho En
AMompbllrs hack rates. Emplte
stand Phono 213. Ilethel and Hotel.
To'iivour Christmas cakes and pud-dlhg-feef''tho
pure fresh milk and
creamUtfoui?, Dairy. Tel. 890.
lt,7)S(t vWfgood Job done on an
auW orltfffrfajioj take It to Hawaiian
Carriage '$fe. Cm, 427 Queen St.
tJroen staml, are given (free) when
you pay icoehnt the stores: Call at
the show iMiiB and see what ou get
for Greed Stamps. Uerelanla nr. Fort.'
' ltvwlfl probably be some jlnie be
fore Kanagnwn, the Japanese who
murdered n countr) woman who was
a servant In Judge Lindsay's family,
will be brought to trial, ns It Is re
ported by the hospital physicians
that blood poisoning has set In ns n
result of, the selMnlllcted wounds
made with the Intention of commit
ting suicide nt the time of the crime.
The many friends of Miss Ida
IOrange- will bo Interested to know
Uint she took the steamer United
States from Now York on November
20 foi Chrlstlnnla. where she will visit
friends during the Christmas holidays.
In January she will leave for Herman),
to take up her studies again in Ilerlln,
where her mother, who recently visit
td the Islands, Is comfortably settled.
Another dissenting opinion, this tlmo
by Justice I'erry, nccompanled n Su
preme Court decision jeMerdny. The
raso iiKjii which the highest Territor
ial tribunal split wus that of Knanapu
Sylva and Hannah JnckSon against
Ihe Wnlluku Sugar Company. Hart
well and Wilder adhere to their for
mer opinion and refuse to grant a re
hearing and in the course of his opin
ion the Chief Justice delivers himself
of the rather remarkable assertion that
"few verdlctH could stand If tho law
essays often read to the Jury as In
structions were required to be so
worded that the Jury could understand
their legal meaning."
NOTICE TO MARINERS
SAN THANCISCO DAY KNTUANCE
Notice Is hereby given that San
Francisco light vessel No. 70 will hi
replaced by relief light vessel No. 7
about January 1. 110. The change
will be temporary. Tho tellcf light
vessel will ahow lights and sound
signals having the same character
istics us thoso i-.f light vessel No. 7U
now oil the station, cxcentlnir that
taeh of the two lights will be fixed
white without eclipses,, shown from
Ihiee lens lanterns encircling the
mastheads at a height of 4(1 feet
above tho water und visible 12 miles
III clear weather.
Keller light vessel No. 7G Is a
flush-deck steam vessel, has two
masts, schooner rigged, no bow
sprit, a black smokestack and a
steam whistle between the masts,
but differs from light vessel No. 70
In having all visible parts from tho
Low to the middle of the foremast
and from the middle of the main
mast nft, painted 'red; nil visible
parts between the foio and main
masts. Including the middle third or
caih lantern must, white. The day
marks ut the mastheads have live
vettleal stripes, thice red and two
white, nrid on the sprlng-stuS", mid
way between the two masts, there Is
on ovul day mark with one white
and two red vertical stripes. The
runiber 7ti Is In white on oath bow
ijnd euth quarter, and In black on
each side of the sprlngstny day
maiK. tub word "Heller" Is painted
In large black letters on the middle
of each side.
lly order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FHANCISCO I1AY. CAL.
Notice Is hereby given that Four.
and-One-Hnir-Futhom Oas Miioy. 2700
feet eastward or Pacific Mall Btuum
ship Whuif, Sun Francisco Day, Cali
fornia, has gone adrift, and Its placo
temporarily marked by a nrst-chiss
nun buoy, rend and black horizontal
stripes. In tl.e same position.
Hy order of tho Llght-Hoiiso Hoaid.
ASSOCIATED OIL UNDER
FRESNO, Dec. 6, W. F. Chan
dler, second vlio president of the
Associated Oil Company, last night
continued the leport that tho South
em Pacltlc has gained control of
Ihe Associated und will be In active
management alter Jan. 18. The
Southern Pacltlc InteH-stu lnul nn.
ed for some tlmo u majority of the
eivtii ui uib vBsuciuieu, uui owing lu
u trust agreement (he stock wus
voted by eleven trustees.
When the -company recently de
tided lo Issue $25,000,000 bouds
'Hurrlmuil, fciild lit) would tuke the
tionds ju'bvlded ha wsr given six of
the t,i uste.es. Instead or Ibis It wus
ugreed to dissolve 'ha tiust ugree
me ii i. Of the 125,000, 000 hotui uu
thoiUatlon SU.GuOjOOO will hm sold,
This will lutliM iiiesont bonds nnv
debts ami compute the extensive
pip noes now miliar roimiruciion,
MT pvt-UnjrAn PAY -H
When you want to he SURE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the '
CITY TRANSFER CO.
WHrtovc. ," Phone 152.
Drayton. d Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 088
O. W. McDougaU, Prop.
THK CHUISBK8 ntid destroyers THK-3THANCJi; experience of Uie
for the new Canadian navy will belllrltlsh ship Dutesh'.ie Is .a' subject
built In Can'nda. ' If arrangements far comment among shipping men
now pending can be cnrrled to a con- who heaid her story, after the firm
elusion. It Is understood that the of '.I. jind II. Wilson or Snn Fran
government feels thnt the time has cisco hart received an older hy cable
come for the establishment of nito foivvnrd six months' supplies to
bt.l..t...ll.ltn lKj..., ,,. .1... nn...t..- .i-- ,. .,..!., . . ...
nui,uuilulilK lliuuair III llie LSUIIIIU-
Ion, ntid that the opportunity xhns
come with the decision of the gov
trnment to place ordeis for a con
siderable number or Important ves
vessels. Negotiations are going on
between the Cnundlnn government
and n number of shipbuilding firms
fur the establishment of one or more
modern and thoroughly equipped
shipbuilding vurds In Canada, and
there Is every Indication that an an-
ounccmout will he made in a short
time that a shipvard Is to bo opened.
Qualified authorities state that there
Is no reason why cruisers and de
stroyers cannot he built In Canada
up to the llritlsh Admiralty stand
ard. The cost of the llrst vessels
might be slightly greater than It
would bo if the orders were plnced
with llritlsh yards, but tho govern
feeW that the eventual bntietrt to the
country which would lesult from
the establishment of tho shipbuild
ing Industry In Canada on n large
scale Is ample Jusllllcatlon for the
Increased Initial cost of the first
S. 8ILVKK8TON1. who has been
general agent for the Taclflc Mall
and allied steamship companies at
Hongkong ror the last five )enrs,
will retire rrom that position Deo.
-1 and return to Snn Fiancisco with
Ills family to reside. Sllverstone is :tl Admiral Cone, thief or the hu
said to have adverse circumstances 'e-m or urds nud docks, who has
to overcome nt Hongkong, but hls.Jllbt returned to the United States
thorough knowledge or the steam
ship business has enabled him to
nil the difficult position to the sat,-
isincuon oi lils"superlois. Ills hu
cessor'iis genelal agent-will, accord'-
lug tin report.. beiFred'Haltoa, 'who
has been chlsf 'Mrk In lhH Hong
kong office for a long time, n
I i (Ml, PW (. i
A. Ki.STATTER, who has been np
pointed to the lie
wly created office of
n ihe Pacini- f-ii,,t.
customs agent fori
arrived at San Francisco and liaa
tiilien up his duties. Ills territory
Includes California. Oregon, Wash
ington and Hawaii, and his head
quarters will be IniPortland. He will
uct as the personal representative ot
the Secretary ot the Treasury, and
his duHes will be to Keep close su
pervision of ill) matters affecting tho
customs business of the district nun
forward frequent 'reports to Wash
FROM WHAT enn he gained through
wireless advices received from tho Pa -
clflc Mall liner Korea, that vessel, now
proceeding from Yokohama to .Hono
lulu, Is expected to arrlvo 'hefre on
Moudny morning. The Korea Is bring
ing but three hundred tons of Oriental
freight und will therefore be given a
prompt dispatch shroiigh the agency
of H. Hackfeld & Co., It Is believed
that tho steamer will resume the voy.)
ago to San Francisco on Monday oven-j
Ing provided she reaches port accord
Ing to present schedule.
SATURDAY nlglit or 8unday morn
ing Is the time set tor tho arrival of
tho Matsou Navigation liner Enter
prise at 1 1 1 lo. which vessel Is coming
down rrom Sail Francisco to tho Ha
waii metroiiolls. Tho Enterprise was
heard from last night through her
wlroless and gave her position as 000
pilles from destination.
THE UNITED STATUS army trar
port Dlx, with nearly five hundred
head of mules and horse destined for
the Philippine service, U rf roiled Mo
have Balled from Seattle yestcrdav
Tho Dlx proceeds to Manila nrd titer.)'
n m.nn B tfi tin nnm.. .! I. .!' ,!.. a,... I
h,ivh,b ... uxi nuiuu iitiuiu mituil'l Itlu
transport win can at Honolulu on (ho
AFTER NINE days steaming rrom
Hawullnn ports, the last; being Eleele,
the Mutton Navigation chartered
steamer Hyadcs Is reported to have
arrived nt San Francisco on InstTueB.jon January fl.
day. The steamer carried a full cargo
of sugar, pineapples, bananas and sun
A WIRELESS received from tho Pa
cific Mall liner Korea last night gives
tho vessel's position as 1595 miles on
Honolulu, steaming through pleaBaut
weather, cloudy skies ami wet.to.ly
breeze and seas.
HAVE YOU ORDERED YOUR CLOTHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS?
We have exclusive patterns in English and American suitings and
we know how to fit. . .
W. W. AHANA & CO.
02 So, Kiuj St.- ..... No BrencUei.
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Kuuantt' Stream
I1B liuiesiliru ni ACUpilllO.
Under what appeared lo he (avor-
nblc londltloiis, the Uuteshlrc salted
from Panama last March for Callao
to load niter, but after knocking
about on the lower const, trying to
mnke the Peruvian port, the ship
drifted hack to Panama, having been
nt sen four months. She lost her
ehnrter through her failure to reach
Callao, and ut Panama Captain Pur
dle was ordered hy his uwners to
proceed to tho Columbia river. After
drifting aimlessly about, trying io
get out of the exasperating doldrums,
which encompassed her about for
122 (la, the Buteshire put into
Acapulco only this week, with sup
plies low, hut nil bands well. They
woie, however, In no pleusunt mood.
The six months' suppllci ordered
by Captain Purdlu will go south In
the steamer City of Pnrn, to sail from
here tomorrow. After Captain Pur
die ntid his men have filled up on
fresh grub they may mnke another
attempt to. get awn) from the tedi
ous iilliin of the tropical seas.
DOTH Till: new American Dread
noughts of 20,000 tons displacement,
for vhl( li contracts were recently
jnwariled. will be equipped with Par
sons turbine engines.
This decision was reached' at a
courei elite between Secretary Me)er
from un extensive tour of Kuiopean
Tho Now York ship building com
pany, whlih will construct the Ar-
M-ansas, was untitled somo tlnie ago
thnt turbines would bo Installed. De
cision as to the motive power for
tho Wyoming, to be constructed by
tho Cramps wns iiostpoiied tempor
arily, hut Secretary Meyer und his
'associates decided favorably for the
'" Tarsoiis turbine, feeling sutlsded. us
Secretary Meyer expressed It. that
this would he more advantageous to
the government that the proposeu
comblnntloq of turbines mid recipro
cating engines, which had been In
sistently urged hy some of the naval
ACCOHDINO TO shipmasters and
other authorities the outer channel
leading In across Humboldt bar has
within the lust few weeks shifted 400
leet to the noitli. This change has
beon caused by the winter storms
jand ocenn currents, and while the
ciiuiinei is pruciicany as ueep ns ev
er, It Is shitting continually ouo way
or another, until finally It lias moved
400 feet nortli or the farmer than
pel on (be ocean side or the bar.
This shirting or the cnunel will
doubtless be u very Influential argu
ment fur ino Humboldt Chamber ut
Commerce to present to Congress
when It convenes In asking that tho
appropriation of J 1, 037, 000 recom
mended by col. Diddle for bar work
bo made. President II. K. Stern or
the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce
has appointed Congressman Engle
bright a delegate fiom this chamber
to attend tho annual meeting or the
Itlvors and Harbors Congress, which
was held In Washington, D. C, Dec.
8, 9 and 10.
IT IS EXPECTED thnt tho Oceanic
Steamship Alameda will be sighted off
thes Island curly tomorrow morning
and ldioiihi como to her wharf on or
about olght o'clock. The vessel Is
bringing down 80 saloon and 33 steer
age pasn'iigers lu addition In a ship-
incut or about fifteen hundred tons of
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port Thomas, upon 'which several Ho
uoluliuiis left far the const, Is icport
ed to have urrlVed uf San' Francisco
on Tuesday, Tho Thomas Is duo to
sail from that port tor the Philippines
A TWENTY-ONE day paseugo from
Honolulu to Piiget Sound wns mudo
by the staunch tittle Aino-ie.in bi'ken
tlno Arago which has leac.ird I ort
Townscnd In ballast. Ilia vessel
brought a shipment of lu-u'i , for this
BULLETIN an Diy ,
, . Shipping
IN FOREIGN PORT ill ARRIVED j"
. "- "- .. ' Jk
Wednesday, December 15.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 14:
U. 8. A. T, Thonius, hence Dec. 7.
S. S. Hyadcs, from Eleele, Dec. 5.
PORT TOWN8END Arrived Dec. 14:
Dktne Arogo, henco Nov, 23.
Tuesday, December 14,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 13:
U S. It. C. Tare tlo, tor Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 14:
8. S. Hllonlun, noon, far Ilonopiln'
Monday, Decemoer 13.
fJAVIOTA Arrived Dec. 13:
8. 8. Rosecrans, towing Falls ol
CI) do, hence Dec. 3.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 13:
Nor. 8. 8. Selja. for Honolulu.
WIRELESS U. S. A. T. Logan will
arrive from San Fiunclsco tomorrow
' (Tuesday) nt 7 a. m.
Saturday, December 11,
PORT LUDLOW Sailed Dec. 10:
Ilk. Olympic, far Hllo.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 11:
8. 8. Alameda noon, lor Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 11:
S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
Friday, December 10.
PORT OAMBLE Sailed Dec. 9:
Schr. Aloha, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 10:
Ilk., Annie Johnson, from Hllo,
S. 8. Mongolia, henco Dec. 4.
SAN FHANCISCO-Salled Dec. 10:
8 8. Knterprlre. far Hllo.
PORT TOWN8BND Arrived Dec. 10:
Schr, Oceania Vance, from Hllo
Thursday, Cecembar 9,
IIII.O Sailed Dec. 4:
Schr. W., II. Marston. far Itedondo
Tuesday, December 7,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 7:
8. 8. Virginian, for Seattle.
H. 8. Asia, 2 p. m., for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlved eDc. 7.
8. 8. Alameda hence Dec. I. -
8. 8. Hllonlau. hence Nov. 30.
KAHULUI Atrlvtd Dec. 7:
Ilktno. Mukuwell. from Muklltcs.
Monday, December 6.
PORT LUDLOW Suited Dec I.
Uk. Olympic, ror Hllo.
VANCOUVER Sailed Dec. 4:
8. 8. Mukurn. far Honolulu.
SEATTLE-Salled Dec. 4:'
Krsklne M. Phelphs, far Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. fl:
II. 8. A. T. Igan for Honolulu.
ELEKI.E-Silled Dec. B:
S. S. Hyadcs, for Sun Francisco.
Saturday, December 4.
PORT LUDLOW Balled Dec. 3:
Ilk. O.ymtlc, far Hllo.
VANCOUVER Sailed Dec. 3:
8. 8. Makura, for Honolulu.
Friday, December 3.
HAN ITtANCISCO Arrived Dec. 3:
8. 8. Entet prise, from Hllo. '
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Dec. 3:
8. 8. Lurllne. noon, far Honolulu.
Thursday, December 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 1:
Schr. J. II, Uriire, from Muhiikoiia.
Nov. 13. '
HILO Arrived Nov. 28:
Bchr. Kona, from Port Ludlow.
Wednesday , December 1,
OKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 30:
S. 8. Tenjo Mam, for Honolulu,
PORT TOWNSDND Arrived Doe. 1:
Sp. Riverside, henco Nov. 11.
KAHULUI Arrived Nov. 29.
8. S. Asgard, from Newcastle.
Tuesday, November 30.
PORT SAN LUIS Arrived Nov. 28:
8 S. Santa Itlta, henco Nov. 18,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 29:
Ilk. Andrew Welch, hento Nov, 11
SAN FHANCISCO-Salled Nov. 30:
8. S. Chl)o Maru, 2 p. m., for Ho
SYDNEY Arrived Nov. 29:
S. 8. MaraniP, hence Nov. 13.
Monday, November 29,
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 27:
8. 8. Siberia, henco Nov. 15.
HILO Balled Nov. 20:
Oceania Vance, far Port Tovvnsond.
Frldayf, November 2.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 24:
S. 8. Lurline, hence Nov. 17.
SAN FnANCISCO-8nllcd No. 20:
Ilk. It. P. Illthet. for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed Nov. 25:
8. 8. Arlzonan. far Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 20:
8. 8. Asia, 7 a. m hence Nov. 20.
Tuesday, November 23.
SYDNEY Sailed Nov. 22:
8. 8. Aorangl, far Honolulu.
SAN(FRANCIBCO-Ballod Nov. 23:
8, 8. Manchuria. 3 p. m., far Hono
lulu. Dk. St. Katherlno. for Honolulu.
MEMO-2 p. ni, Hk. off Koko Head.
probably B. C. Allen.
PORTLAND. O, Arrived Nov. 20:
Fr, bk. Neullly! from Kahuliil, Oct.
GAVIOTA Sailed Nov. 20.
8. 8. Rosecrans, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Nov. 20:
8. S. Alameda, 1 p. m tor Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Bsllcd Nov. 21:
chr. Eva, for Mahukona.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 21:
8. 8. Chlyp Mnru, I y. m hence
Nov. 15. '
HILO Anl.ed Nov. 19: .
8. S. Enterprise, from Ean Fran
cisco, i Friday. November 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. IS;
8. S. Pleiades, from Hllo, Nov. 9
YOKOHAMA An ived Nov. in- '
',.? 8rN01'"n Maru liciicu Nov. 8
HL-ATTT.K-Arilved Nov. 9:
. . j. uix Hence Nov. 8.
MSAIPiIul1 f"r 8im Francisco, per
8 8. Asia, will closo tomoriow (Sat
urday) ut 7 a. m.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2Sa
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone Jt
Wednesday, December 15.
Stmr. Claudlne. from' Hawaii and
Maul ports; p&sb. and gen. cargo, a. m.
Wednesday, December IS.
U. 3. A. T. Logan, far Guam and Ma
nila, 4 p. ni.
Stmr. Ke An Hon, for Kount porta,
5:15 p. m. ,
O. S. S. Alameda, from San 'Fian
cisco, a. m.
H : . 1-
M, N. 3. S. Lurllne, Woeden, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.-
Stmr. Manna Loa, for Kona and Kau
ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Claudlne, fcr Maul and Ha
waii ports; pass, and gen. cargo, 5
Stmr. V. O. Hall, for Kauai ports:
I ass. and gen. cargo, 6 p. m.
DUE 8ATURDAY t
Stmr. Maunn Kea, from Hawaii and
Maul portB; pars, and gen. cargo, a. in.
Stmr. Klnnu, from Kauai ports, a. m.
Stmr. Mlkahula, from Molokal ports,
Per stmr. Maunn Loa. for Kona nnrt
Kau ports, Vvi. 17. D. 11. Hond, K. I).
Hond. A. Wadsworth, D. Wadsworlh,
Miss A. R. Dond, Miss N. Hind. W. K.
Williams, II. It, Hitchcock, Misses Aus
tin, Chas. Oay, Miss K. AiiAust, Miss
I). IllcWd. Miss L. Sullack, Miss V.
Wodden. Miss Williamson Miss A. L.
nihbs, MIfs R. Ronton, II. Illud, II. 8.
Clark. Mrs. C. Robinson. W. Paris. O.
Hind. J. Hind E. Meyer, L. Hind. Mrs.
A. C. Kennon. Miss J. Massey.
Per stmr. Claudlne, far Maul and
Hawaii ports. Dec. 17. Miss naldwln.
Miss MncdonaM, Mrs. W. von Saggern.
Win. Weiteivelt. Alfred Taylor, Mrs.
L. 8. Peck and son. II. D. Walker. W.
Rose, Miss Mt.ry Maxwell, Jack Molr,
0. Molr, Miss L. Dora Deacon. MIrh
Nellie Mcl.een, Misses Molr, Miss F.
Marshall, Miss Elsie Clialiners,MlsH
ItosecrmiH, Mrr. 8aylnr, Miss Dora En
se. Miss M. Torrest, V. A. Caryalho,
E. llaldwln. H naldwln.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllne, for 8,iu
Francisco, Dec. 12--H. 8 Cjmuo, Vih
M. A. Wootlln. Mr. and Mrs.
Whiting, Miss Whiting N. .D. Fergu
son Mr. and .Mrs. C. P. Haag, Mra. 8.
1. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Pdueger.
Miss M. Pdueger. II. M. Reynolds, Mrs.
Reynolds. Mrs. O. U. Wynun. C. II.
Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Muchel
son, Per stmr. Muuna Kea. for Maul and
Hawaii ports. Dec. 21. Miss Eaton, V.
M. Hrlnckerhorr, Dr. Hrlnckerhoff. Mis
Kinney, Miss Colton, A. W. Carter und
party. II. E. Askew, H. Hcrg, M. An
derson, N. Anderson, Miss E. Lldgute.
Miss D. Lldgale. Miss V. Wodden. W.
A. Ilryan. Mrs. Uryan, H. Bhlpmun.
Per O. S. S. Alumedu. for San
Francisco. Dec. 22 J. R. Paris,
Mrs. C. J. Robinson, Miss K. V.
Paris. Mrs. Monk, Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Reed. MrB. Win. C. Ford, Mr. unit
Mrs. N. A. Week. H, 8. Crane, I. 1 1.
Flckel, Mr. and Mrs. Haag, A. 8.
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, far Kauul
portB, Dec. 17. Miss A. Orolo, Miss I).
Orote, A. Orote, Stanford Deyorlll, I.
Wlshurd, D. Haldwin. Miss do Biltto
wcll, Hugo Hultmann, Miss Purvis, R.
Duford. arrived at San Franclrco from
Honolulu Oct. 15.
Dlx, from 8eattle far Manila, vlu Ho-
nolulu, Decv G.
Logan, from Han Franclrco, for Mu-
nlla, Dec. C
Tlinmas, from Honolulu for Snn Fran-
clscp. Dec. 7.
Sheridan, galled from Manila for Han
i-Tanclsco Dec. 14,
Malls are dun at Honolulu mini
polnlB as follows:
San Franelsco-Per Alamcdu, tomor
row, a. ni.
Yokohama Per Korea. Dec. 20. jl
Colonies Per Monnn, Jan. 5 "
Vancouvor Per Aorangl," Jan. 8.
Mulls will depurt 'w tho following
poln(s us fallows:
Snn Francisco Per Lurllne. tomorrow.
Yokohama Por Mongolia, Doc 27.
Vancouver Per Moana, Jan 5'
CoJ'inles Por Aorangl, Jan 8.'
J. 11. IIAIIIIV - I .-.
' iwui.cu.i yeurif
port Btownrd far tho Pacific Mull
Steamshln rnntnunv i... .... .,.
11 " " iuuiiii cue
duties of tho position so antuoim
lit. l.n !... I m . 1
""" "ua resigiicu, nut ho Is still
looking nttor matters pending (ho
appointment ot n successor. Harry
llQS Il'li-i trtA ftnttttttnm... .1 1 ..
. vuuiuHnamv ucimriuiei)(H
of u score of uteumBUIp to Jofals afr-
f.r. nn. I 1.u lu ......... - .. .....
tor iiover huvln had uuy euemles.
Uiough ulways bevvluk t0 t,e iUa
and letting (he chips tall uuy old
ldute, urter the maimer or many
"' ucpuiiiueniu. uut he needs
u long test, and to get It ho bus re
slguod from his onerous jiotjltlon.
T ULLBTiN AD PAY
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