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HVKN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLTJLTJ. T. H.. TRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1009.
Honolulu Chapter, It. A.
r.tc.te(J, 0 p. in.
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All visiting inomliera of the
Onler nro (iinllally Invltid tu
nttond ippfIIiips nf local IoiIeiJ
The Immigration Officials
Pass All But .
Piobibly about one half of the total
number of Portuguese Immigrants
w lic arrived at Honolulu from the
Aitlrn on Inst Indicia)" will find em
plosmcnt on the viiiIoih sugar planta
tions In the Territory of llawnll.
The Inter-Island uto.mirr Mauna Lot,
snlllnif for Kon.i mill Kail, carried sev-
' er.il families and n iiiunlier of slnglo
men to the sugar estates along the
The Hawaiian planters lahor limpuii
has arranged cmplnsinont for n small
numlier of Immigrants on the planla
tluim and sugar milt on Kauai. Those
lieoplo tti n leave for (he Garden Isle
this evening hy the steamer W. (1.
The Inter-Inland steamer Clandlno,
sailing for Maul unci llawnll portH at
f o'clock this evening will carry a
score or more Portuguese who have do
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall I elded to make their future home In
7:30 P. M. .then. islands.
?.f rt,i1f.r rtf ' Vnl !i fnw nf llin twtu .irrliMd limn
f MARINE ENGINEERS other Aso- 'oirtHKe,I n decided preference for
BENEFICIAL A?Sn)IATI0N. ciations cor-1 rem lining mi Oahu When they weio
,- , . , confronted with, the limited opportun-
.UlAlly lllVlieu. 1 Itloa offered for emplojment at the
Of ATIMOHY L0IK1K, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mnnd iy evening at
7:30 111 1. O. O V Hall, Kurt Slieet.
1! II HENDRY. Secretary.
' 1'. 1). Wlcke, N. 11.
f; All Uniting brothers vory cordially
"OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MceH ccry llrat and third Fri
ll ty evening nt 7-30 in K. of 1'. Hall,
corner l'ort and Derctnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r. n. nuoent, c. c.
" K. GOSLING, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, U. P. O.
Nik-), meets In their liall, on King
Btreet, near Tort, every Friday 'even,
lug. Vlaltlng llrothers ore cordially
Invited to attend.
i:. A. DOUTIHTT, E. K.
II. C. ISASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tlin 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
ff:3i) o'clock In K. of 1. Hill, corner
UcrctanU ami Tort ntreets.
Vlaltlng Haclca uiu Invited to attend.
W. M. MrCOY, "W. Prcs.
II. T. MOOUH, Secy.
Wrn. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets overy 2nd anil 1th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. of 1
Hull, cor. Tort and ltorettinla. Visit
lug hrolhcro tordhlly Invited to at
loud. J M. Mrnni'.W, C. O.
' i:. A. JACOI1SON, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
J'jthlao Hall. Visiting hiothers cor-
illally Invited to attend.
h. A. PERRY, Sachem.
K. V. TOPI), C of .
Dr. F. SmWanT"
Corner Union and Iierctania Sti.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
nidays excepted. Operating, 8-13
a. in., 3-6 p. in.
S. E. IiUCAJ,
Masonic Buildinpr, cor. Hotel and
1 Anyone in need of first-claw spec
tacles, properly fitted call on him.
Pau Ka Hana
The coap that docs the work.
At nil Grocers.
HAWAn & v
Yc'U Find -j
TRAMED PICTURES "
for gifts at
; Wing On Chong's,
.Bcthtl St., Between Kinp; and Hotel,
I Ittntlt lllitna tin lltld lattiml tiintit en.
(onsldt;reil their determination to ie-
nviln licit' and finally accepted the of
fer 1 1 out plantation managers on the
oilier Mauds In the Terrltorj.
Thirc1 are quite a few hrf are pos
sessed uf midlclent funds who will re
main nt Honolulu and tlnoimh the nld
of their relatives and friends expect
to Heciire work at I'earl Harbor.
H.iMiiond C. llrnnn, tiibpectnr In
charge of the Fiiler(il ImmlKratlon sta
tion, has passed eight moroVortiigues
Immigrants since jesterdny morning.
These Were hroiight before a special
ly appolntid medical board who In
quired Into the cises with rnlnute care.
Out of the twenty-three- persons who
wcro first culled from the entire lot
of Immigrants eight were finally
granted n clean bill. Hut fifteen now
remain In the custody of the Kedcial
authorities. It Is certain that several
will he deported.
Of 'the number that must necessar
ily bo rejected Is one joimg man suf
fering from a mental ailment. He
would at the best become a public
charge upon the community In vvhlch
no resided, mere Is a woman also
suffering from n skin disease which
bars hern from entering the islands.
In tho case whem one or two children
nro afflicted the paicnis or guardians
of the child will bo obliged to accom
pany Ihn deported ones.
Tho temporary labor bureau In
stalled by the Hawaiian Suar riant
era ABSoclitlon at their shed near tho
Immigration station will be closed to
day. Tim work of assigning nppllcants
for emplojnient will hereafter bo car
ried on nt the headquarters in the Judd
Tlicro jet lemalns n picturesque as
oitmeht of Inggugo anl personal ef
fects belonging to the KC9' Immigrants
which arrived by the Drltlt.li steamer
Swmilcy. These bejiinglngs aro stored
at tho Channel whnif awaiting Its dis
position ly tho owners.
One Portuguese has nied complaint
that his effects luvu b6ci oiled for
by another man. Ho appealed to tho
immigration authorities this' tnqriilji;;
uiu ue nun reiorrcu u un local po'ice
as such matters do not coiiio upder
tho Jurisdiction of the immigration de
One pung and extremely nrctly clrl
lis still held at tho. detention station
unuiuiiK uio arrival or a man whqm
sho alleges has promised to mairy her.
Tho prospective groom Is expected will
comg In frjim onq of the Island plan
tations this afternoon anil' claim his
fair hrldo from the Azores.
Post Commander John, W. Hands
of tho Oeo. W. De Long Post, No. 45
O. A. 11 , of Honolulu, has received tho
follow Ins letter from Hear Admiral
Itcca In nnswer to tho Post'B letter of
congratulations ou tho Admlral'ii ad
vance in rank:
Honolulu, T. II.. Dee. 15, 1909.
Sir; I havo the honor to acknowl
edge the receipt of (be, letter of flic
Geo. W. De Long Post, No. 45, Grand
Army of the Republic, dated December
lllh, 1909, Informing me of their ac
tion In unanimously congratulating mu
upon my promotion to the lank of
Rear Admiral. U".' 8. Navy.
An ong ujl tho kind and generous
vonU that have como to nio lu con
nection: with my advancement none
lutvo"" oceu mqro gratu(u)fy received
mid iionq more highly prized than the
felkltntlnns qf the Btalwart heroes of
tliu Ilonolnhi. contingent of the Grand
Army of tho Republic, No pralsq can
bo purer and no honor higher than
their gpoutnneqiis and undivided ap
jirovul, Conllully lu 1'., C. and I-
C. P. ICKB3,
Rear Admiral, U. 8. Navy, Comuiaiiil-
Mi. John W, I-'raiicls.
Post Cominander Geo, V. De Iong
'ot, No.45, Griind Aiuiy jf the
Itepiiuno, uoiioiuiu, T. II
The Big Nlckal Scratch Pd (or. tale
at the B u 1 1 1 1 1 fvofflc for five cents,
li on inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheet of good paper. Six for a
Auto-Tall v ho, picnics, partlcB. Tel. C.
Call and see Mike Patoh at the En
Kor jour Christmas cakes and pud
dings, get tho pure fresh milk and
crcotn itt(Pond Dairy. Tel. 890.
If you wanta good Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Xnias cards, calendars and souvenirs
at Hill's curfd stores, cor. Alakea and
Merchant 8tB. and Postofflce lane.
Time spent at the Kashlon Saloon Is
lime pleasantly spent. This place Is
tomo tlnu-s known as the "Two Jacks,"
Hotel near Fort street:
Green stamps aro given (free) when
you pay rash nt tho stores. Call at
the' show rttuns and nee what ou get
for Green Stamps, norqtanla ur. Kort,?
A Hawaiian named Naklhoi.Kn.pUhJ.
who hail been operated on at tho Jui)
tticso hospital, 'and who declined tr-
stay any longer in that institution
died this morning nt his home on I.I II
John Huddlman. a well knov n
Knua! bo, returned to Hawaii this
morning pn the Alameda. He has
been awav for about five years end
has betjn In Porto Rico and Cuba most'
Gladstone S. 1-cltliend and Roy A.
Woodward havo formed a' copartner
ship and bought the Arctic Soda
Works, located ou Miller street, from
Bvangellno de Sllva, the price paid be
ing 412,0(10. The new partners have
also bought from tho saVqo owner a
piece of land adjoining, pavlng'tlmrefor
the mm of $3fifin. The 'deeds and co
partnership parent vyero filed In tlje
office bf the 'bureau of conveyances
When you want to be SURE to have your
Jas, H. Love.
Handled riRht, phone your order to the
CITY TRAHSHSK UU.
, Island Tnuuifet,
nravtnv and EinrtuinK
Wood aid Coal, , Phone BBS
G. W. McDonrall, Prop.
) T I
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Streia
WATERFRONT NOTES '
KAPID TRANSIT PAYS
TUB URIT1SH freighter Knllsof
Archy, Captain Urooine, fifty-six das
trom Newport News with a shipment
of Pocohantas coal for the . Unit .ho'ltapld Tran.ltW.eI.1
?l"'rj'ri!!L?:'.r,,"7 ?:'".'. lielr regular meet.nge.terday nftei-
menccd at the No. 4 naval slip. Thei
Falls of Archy has bten engaged n
You can pet sour tools proiierly
shnriened at the comer oflnau and
Plkot streets. ;
Call at Dunn's Hal Shop un I j.ee the
holiday display of millinery. It Is well
worthy of 4i spcclnl visit.
Fine ohla stove-wood an 1 hand
picked stove coal sold by Unlon-Poclftc
Transfer Co., phone 58, This compau
does the largest business In this line
lu tho Territory.
Harry Y. Ahong has lost a St. Louis
College medal which ho values highly.
A reward wll be paid for Its returp tu
83 Merchant street.
(live a shoo order for Christmas. to
men, women or children. The order
will entitle tho recipient to a pair of
shoes which may bo selected at apy
time. Manufacturers' Shoe Co.. Fort
Three-bedroom houso for rent on
Kcvvnlo street for 855; new and mod
ern houso on Kapiolanl street for 835;
three bedroom house on I.unalllo street
for 130. Apply DUliop Trust Co..
Tomorrow will be "souvenir day" at
Sachs Dry Goods Co. yayu balMme
will bejilveu away with each doUar
purchase. Tho balloons will please
the littlo ones and will cost you noth
ing. Don't full to see Sachs' wonder
ful holiday display.
tho coal trade for many scars. Some
time ago she was on n sit month's'
contract to carry Australian coal from
Newcastle, N. S. W. to the Philippines.
The vessel Is Credited lu the East' as
having made some very fast passages
between Manila and Nevvrnstle.
ONi: HUNDRED live turkeys Is In
cluded In the consignment of supplies
fpr llllo by the Matron Navigation lin
er Enterprise that Is now noarlng the
Hnwalf metroH)'ls, A wlrejess from
the Enterprise received at tho Knhu
ku station last evening gave the ves
sel's position as 495 miles off that port.
Tho steamer Is voyaging through flno
weather with light louthvvesterly
breeto. Tho freight 'list of the Enter
prlso Includes, a locomotive and n big
donkey engine. Her,cargo will total
over three thousnml tons. Tho ves
sel sailed ,frojn San Francisco with
ten passengers VorHllo.
NEW YOllk, San Francisco and
Puget pound ,cargo consigned to lui
poittrs In 'the Hawaiian Islan Is Is now
enroute to Honolulu by the American
Hawaiian freighter Virginian. This
vessel Is reported by cable as having
sailed from Seattle on Thursday. The
Virginian will take up her regular run
on'the new American-Hawaiian sugar
schedule, and will load u full shipment
of sugar and other products for Snllni
THE AMERICAN bark Nuunmi
which arrived triio das ago fiom
New York , nfter a stormy pussagu
around the Horn, Is discharging her
cargo of general merchandise nt Dish'
op Wharf. Desplto the rough ham!
ling to which tho vessel was subjec
ed, freight Is said to, nave como
thiough Jn very good condition. The
vessel will -remain horcafor a week or
ten days before going to sea.
I ' 1 JIL, .i t i.' '" -II
; IN FORBION PORTS J yESSELS TO AftRlVE ' '
noon and declared the usual sewl-an
nual dividend of thiee per cent on the
preferred stock of the company and
tlio one per ceiu quant-rii uium-im in
the common stock.
, The meeting was without further In
cident than 'the discussion of the ex
tension j lans for King street, Knlmukl
anil Manoa vnlles service that lias ill
leady been made public and matcilal
for which. Is now on the way.
At fno Informal reception to be
tendered Miss Julie E. ltaniond at
the Kllohnnn Art League tomonow
(Veiling, the following will assist In
receiving: Mrs. Johp Wnrrep, Miss
Frances Morrison, Mrs.' A. )1. Tuck
er, Miss Anna" ParVc. Mrs. H. Dig
t all, Mrs. I),. Marshall and Mrs. W.
A. Weedon. D. Howard Hitchcock,
the president of the League, will
No pollis have been spared by
Miss Emlllc Schijorr, the competent
manager of the Kllohnnn Art
League, tu make this reception a
suicesi. During the course of the
evening fruit punch and caKes will
be served. The' ladles in charge of
the refreshments will he Mis.'Vais-
ton Campbell, Mrs. A. J. Qlgnnux
Friday. Oecember 17.
VANCOUVER Arrived Dec, 10: -
S. S. Aorangl, hence Dec. 9.
HEATTLB-Sallert Dec. 16:
S. Sr.Vlrglnlan, for Honolulu.
GRAYS HARtlOR Sailed' Dec. 16:
8chr. Carrlor Dove, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 10:
S. 8. Chlso Maru, hence Dec. 0.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 17:
8. '8. Tcnjo Maru, hence Dec. 11.
, Thursday, December 1.
SEATTLE Sailed Dec. 15: .
11 U. S. A. T. Dlx, for Manila. It Is
reported she will not touch at Ho
nolulu this trip.
OAVIOTA Sailed Dec. 10:
S. S. RoBecrans, for Honolulu
Saturday, December IB.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
Btmr., a. m.
Sunday, December 19.
Kauai ports Klnaiv stmr, a. m.
Maul and Mnloknl ports M)khala,
Btmr., a, m.
Monday, December 20.
Manila, Hongkong ami Japnna ports
Korea, P .M. 8. 8.
Wednesday, December 22,
San Francisco Hllonlan,M. N. 8. 8.
Kauai ports W1. O. tiall, stmr., ft. m.
Thursday, Decembtr 23.,
Hawaii npd MaJil ports plnudliie,
stmr., a. in.
' F.rlday, December 24.
Koua and Kaul ports Maunn Loa,
stmr., a. m. ,
Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, from San
Pranclsco. Dec. 17 A. W. Adams. Mrs.
Adams, B.A. Ames, Mrs. ymos, Abeit
J, Arroll, James Rcrry, Mrs. M. S.
Rllsn, C. II. 11. Uloor, Mrs. Sarah J.
Uoogs, O. W, Blown. Mrs. Brown, V.
Calloway, A. J. Campbell, Mrs. J. C.
Castner, A, W. Collins, Mrs. Collins, J.
Collins. J. R. Daggett. Miss Reba L.
Dobson, lions Doden, C. Harvey Rider.
R. F. Euglo. Geo. II. Knlrchlld. P.iE.
Feiguson, Mrs. Ferguson and two chil
dren and maid, H. M. Gallant, Mis.
Gallant. Miss 'Margaret Olddlngs, W.
H. Gill. Frank II. Grace, Mrs. Oraco
and two children, Mrs. A. 'I.. Gross,
Miss Vivian Qross, Miss A. Heck Miss
M. A. Headdcn. W. F. Van Heerns-kcrch-Diiker,
Mrs. Van Hecmskorch
Duker, Muster 8. Van IJeomskorch
Dukcr, Miss A. Hcrschy, Thos. K." Jam
eson, J. I)! Kennedy. II. V. Kni!t II.
G. P. KltJerliiR. Mrs. C. A. McCaskoll,
Airs. M. 8. Mock, Mrs. C. C. Martin
Mrs. J. M. 'Mnnsarrut, H. T. Moofe,
Mrs. Sdne) Nor'rls, A. T. Ormsby,
Mrs. Or in shy, Minn Martha C. Owan,
T. I. Painter, s". F. Ta(e. II. II. Pplnler
Frank P6vvers, Mrs. Powers, Ms Btel
la Powers, Win. Jlnthman, J. M. Rud
djiiian, J. M. Itulii.Mrs. Ruth, Antolne
Schperr Mrs. J, W. Sloven. C. W,
Sloan. J. C. Stone. Mix. Stono, Win,
VE88ELS TO DEPART
today." " " i
Maul and Hawaii iorts Claudlne,
stmr, 5 p. m.
Kiuial ports W, O. Hall, stmr., 5
Hawaii ports I.lkellke, stmr.
Monday, December 20.
Knaul iiortH Nooau, stmr, C p. m.
San Vanciscn Kofea. P. M. 8; 8.,
Tuesday, December 21.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr, 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. C p.'"ni.
Maul and Hawaii ports Mauna Kca,
Wednesday, Cecembcr 22.
San Francisco Alameda, O. 8,
10 a. tu.
Thursday, December 23.
Kauai' ports W. (J. Hall, stmr., 5
P. jii- .
1 - '
and Mrs. II. It. Williams. The Templcton, Miss fl. E. Thomas, Mrs.
rooms are being dwointeJ Willi
palms and potted plants. Miss Ray
mond's water color skotches will be
on exhibition In the gnl)ery, while
those of Mr. Hitchcock, which havn
leceiitly urrlved from the Seattle
exposition, will occupy tlje giqunil
BANDS PLAY AS
i ti t " i
The sailing of the Matson Naviga
tion liner Lurlino for San Franclsc-i
this mo'rnlng was 'witnessed by a largo
turnout at tho Matson w-harf, The
vessel left here with thirty 'passengers
In the cabin and four in tho steerage
The steamer was played off by tho
Huwailan hand and a flno Impromptu
concert was given by tho local musi
cians. The I.urllue Is taking a largo gen
eral cargo to tbo coast. Her freight
list Included a largo quantity or sugar,
besides shipments of CCOO bunchcB ot
bnnnnas. 2500 sacks rice lfMMl sacks
coffep, Cfipn cases of pfneapples unc a
number of package's fit sundries, The
steamer carrieu a. gowiiy aniount or
mall,' which is expected to 'reach the
coast sufficiently before Chilstmas o
reach all' coaBt dcstlnailons before the
Tht)rejwlll be no baeeball on Bun
duy at llie Athletic Park, as the
I management does not wish to Inter-
nM-.,.,.I.V ... ...ullllMffA ..A .....I
tui witliv lliv, nii.B,l luv, uuu
ulso because the Diamond Heads aro
hardly ready to play owing to one or
two (of their men being under tjie
However, ou Sunday week the
berles will start, and theie will bo,
two games every week. The Asahls
Mid Mubocks will play the prelui-
naiy .game ou uuuuay vvcuk, aim
t'llinllj' attractive games 'will be ar.
rauged for the following weeks.
HAVING FINISHED the discharge
of her shipment of liiul.ei !, ought
down from Puget Snui.d tho Ameri
can schooner Robert Lewcrs put lo
sea todas'. "Tho vessel haj beou lav
ing at Dlshop wharf, faking on ballast.
Chief Officer Anderson Is 1 1 command
of tho vessel, since tho unfortunate
disaster which befell Cjptnu Undo
wood and lu whlrli ho lint hh life b'
Leing waslied overboard.
THERE WILL be at least ono hun
dred people io will avail thomsclvci
of tho splendid opportunity or visiting
the island of Hawaii, Hllo, Its capital
city, and tho volcano tho last of the
nionth-when the steamer Mauuu Kca
saljs for Hawaii On December -11- Tho
party will return to Honolulu tu time
for business on Monday,' January 2.
THERE IS a shipment of about five
II. l. Tripp, Dr. II. F. Troutmon. C. A.
Vutice, Mrs. Vanco J. H. Whlto, Mrs.
White. J. Wormser Miss Uertha
Wurts. C. P. Wurts Mrs. Wnits, J. o
Thursday, December" 18.
San Francisco Alnmeda O S ti.,
8:30 u. jii. v
POLICE COURT NOTES
J 1 v I I
There were onlr a few cases on thu
I Police cjoiirl calendar, hls morning,
land Judge Audraile quickly disposed
of them. John Oliver, once more
chained with being under tho Influence
of liquor, wus given u chance to
stralghtc-u up and was told to appear
on December 31.
The case against II. E. 1 lend rick
chained with larceny of a paper, was
continued till Monday next, .Indue
Humphries Is asslstlug tho prosecu
tion and A. G. M. Robertson Is uppoar
ipg for thu defense.
Hen Gomes, who was charged wth
using somu llerco language ton lady,
was discharged us tho alleged vivid
lemarks were not used In a pulrilc
plncc, anil tho whole ulTalr seemed o
uq a family-row-,
(Seven Japanese gamblers who were
arrested fpr shooting craps and who
all ppt nil $15 ball, preferred to for
feit tho money lustead of facing Judge
Andrudo. The bunch have been up
beforo tho court several times and
duforil. arrived at San Frunrlsco from
Honolulu Oct. K, . i
Dlx, from -Seattle fpr Manila, Dep. C.
Logan frpm Ran rrnnplsco, fpr Ma"-
nlln. Iec. . '
Thomas, from Hounhitu fcr Snu Fr.in
cIsco. Dec 7.
Slierldnn. sailed frpin Manila (or. S.in
Francisco Dec. J I.
Thursday, December 1.
Auckland. N. 55. Swunley, Pr. stmr.
C p. m.
Friday, December 17.
San Francisco Lurlne, M. N. 8. 8.,
10 a. m.
Kona and Knu ports Manna Loa,
Puget Sound prtp Robert Low-era,
J Am, schr,, a. m.
Australian (torts Alexander Icen
beig, Gcr. bk for orders, a. m.
Ihqusand tons of coal' from NeVjKirt they nil knew what to expect' If Judge
New consigned to the local Nnvul
Station on board the. Drltlsh freighter
Masunda, which' vessel arrived nt" tlio
port ses'terdny afternfxm.' The Mat
sundn was fifty-Hvo daia lu making
Hie passage by tho way of tho Stialls
TO NEWCA8TI.E. N, 8. W for or-
ders, thp Gepijaii bark AJoxajnlcr Istn
berg, arriving at tho.uort on Nov. h
vvlth a Keierul' cargo from Hamburg.
Is schejlpled to,sal today. Tlio yossel
will probably be given a slppient of
Ausirauan jirquucts (eetmeil ror qn
man ports. ' '
IUMRER CONSIONBD to Iho
agency of Allpn ft Robjnson s ro-
puneu 10 iiay ion yypcrricen, Yarti
Ington by tho American BChooner Car
p kk. i ue ypsqiji saiipir ifom
(ho northwest port 'on' Tiursiay.
THE CANADIAN AUSTRALIAN
liner Aorangl, wlich passed (hrpugh
Honolulu epiouto' from 8,ydnoy ami
Australian 'iports for Puget Sound 'is
roHiited by cnbio as h'nvlng arrived
at Vanc4iiver, 11. C.'.'bn Tliursday.
WITH A SHIPMENT of fuel oil
consigned to (,1m local branch of the
Associated 0(1 Company, tho American-steamer
Rosecrans Is renorted.to
have sailed from Qavlota for Hono-
iiiiu op Thursday. ,
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bulletin Bnainexr Oftoe Phone MB.
'InJIatin TMitorlal Knom Trinni IBS
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Andrado saw thepi again. Chief Mc
puflle gathered In fifteen small boys
and girls who have been going tho
rounds of tl)e stores and swiping post
ul cards. Tho children will appear In
the Juvenile court tomorrow.
t i .rr , k i
As Louis Moiitlnguot, who Is
mess boy on tho S, 8. Arlzonan, wus
rpnyeslns sonje hot coffer in one of
tho officers, he slipped anil fell on
tho gangway and the boiling liquid
was spilled ull over his lo.ver llmoj.
Tho lad vas b,adly burned aqdvbU
cries wore very painful to near; a
lollco officer called up the putiol
vva-on, ii, the boy vvns taken to tho
OiitoiiH Hospital, where ho wni
Malls aro due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Korea, Dec. 20.
Colonies Per Moana. Jan.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Jun. 8.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Dec. 27.
Vancouver Per Moana, Jan. 5.
CoJonles Per Aorangl, Jan. 8.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Nil
hau has nrilvcd from Hawaii port.
bringing ns freight two mill rollers,
and n shipment of 2457 sacks of sura,
from Honuapo, On deck the vesstj
brought 51 head cattle. Flno vvnt.ker
Is rgportcd'on bo'th thp qutward and
Inward trips of (ho steamer
A 8HIPMENT of liltratcs from
South American o)-tsYs dpe to airlvo
hero' pn or about peccmbo- 20th by
iho Tojo KlBen Jvniidi.i Jujti America
Mam. The vessel and her ca.go will
como consigned o lll-j iiadicy of II.
AT THE HOTELS
Kollqwlng are (lie names of new
aj-rlvuls registered at the Youifg Ho
tel: Albprt J. ArrqII of 8a'n Fran
cisco. Mr.'unuTJrs. A. W. Colns of
Mali), M;s. N, II. Coombes qf the S.
8. Alanjeija, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Stone of San Francisco, Mr. 'and
Mrs. A. T. Ormsby of Denver, Col,;
Julius Wormser of San Francisco,
Mss Margaret Olddlngs of Denver,
Co'.; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ruth of
Pnr.M.. N..8. 8. .LUrllne. for San
Frauclscu,,Dec. 17. II. 8. Crane, F.' D.
Creodon. 8. W. Cowles, N. B. Fergu
son, Mrs. Ferguson, C. P. Haag. Mrs.
Ilaag, F. C. Haiick, Mrs. Haiick, O.
Ljndon, Miss lleleno Macfarlano, Win.--Mann".
Mrs. Mann. T. H, Petrio, II. O.
Pflugor, Mrs. Pfluger, Master Carl
Pfluger, Miss Marie Pfluger. ,H. W.
Re nolds, Mrs. II. W. Reynolds, Mas"
ter lies nolds, Mrs. 8. I, Bhaw, 4ooph
Taylor. N. A. Week, Mrs. Week, Art
nihal Whltnlng, Mrs. W. H. Whiting,
Miss Whiting Mrs. O. B. Wsman, W.
Per stmr. Mauna ja. foe. Kona ami
Kuu jKirts, Do.. 17. B. H. Rond, K, D.
tond, A. Wadsworth, D. Wadaworlh,
MIbs A. R. Bond, Miss N. Hind, W. E.
Williams, II. R. Hitchcock, MIsseB Aim
ip, Chas; Qay, Miss E. August. Miss
II. Rlck'ard, Miss U Sulla'ck. Miss V.
Woddcn, Mss WIIIamson. Miss A. L.
Qlbbs, MIks R. Renton, H. Hind. II. 8.
Clark, Mrs. C, Robinson, W. Paris, O.
Hind, J. Hind. E. Meyer. U Hind, Mrs,
A. C. Kennon, Miss J. Massey." '
Per M. N. 8. 8. I.urllne, for H.iol
Francisco, pec. 13 --H. 8. O:diio, i'rn
M. ' A. Woodln, Mr. and Mrs.
Whiting, Miss Whiting, N. R Fergu
Bon. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Haag. Mrs.8.
I. Show, Mr. and Mrs. H.' C. Pftueger.
miss m. j-nueger, H. M. Roynolds, Mrs.
Reynolds, ,Mrt O. B. Wyman. C. II.
Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Muchel-ton.
tlcnted foi the .burns. Ho is reBt-i8a Francisco, Miss May A, Heailden
lug well nt piesent and should soon
ue around again as well as ever,
PAY DAY FOR GARBAGE
,AMD ROAD EMPLOYES
Oyer ton thouBand doau Is be
ing distributed nnunig the eninlosca
qf tlio road and garbage department
of the city and county qf Honolulu
At n speotnl meeting of tho su
pervisors held yesterday tho labor
pay rolls wore passed upon ami oi
mil i rr'M n "y
HAVE YOU ftRDE,REI) YPUR' CLOTHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS 1
We have exclusive patterns in Engliiji and American suitinm and
we .know how to fit. ' '
W. W. AHANA & CO.
68 So. King St. . . . No Brancliei.
o Fort Collins, Col., and C. II. Bloqr
of I'aaullo. Hawaii.
Several' new arrivals aro registered
at tho Royal Hawaii Hotel, among
those bolug: Mr. und Mrs. Frank
Powers of San Francisco, Theo." i".
Jameson of Wallace,' Idaho; Mvs. W.
Harpliaui of Watalua, Mis. Sarah 1.
Doggs of Pittsburg. Pa., and Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Van Heomskeick-Diiker of
Eniperor William, lu his speech
opening tho relchstag. said one of tho
government's principal tasks was to
roitiry tbo financial position of tho em-
I it I It. Iff t-tlfiifll tu II... Il..i.. ..Ill '
uuco us quarnuteelug thu people of l?)?' -Ue0' 17--s?l8 A. (Jroto, Miss I).
Euioij. iflioto, A. Giole, Stanford Doverlll, L.
Per stmr. Clandlno, for Maui ami
Hawaii poits. Doc. 17. Miss Baldwin,
Miss Macdonald, Mrs. W, Von Saggoru,
Wm. Westervtlt, Alfred Taylor, Mrs.
I.. 8, Peck and son, H. B. Walker. 'W.
Roso, Miss Mt.ry Maxwell, jafek Moir,
O, Moir, Miss D. Dora rDeacon. Miss
Nolllo McLern, Misses Moir, Miss F,
Marshall, Miss. Elsie Chalmers,' Miss
Rosecrans, -Mrs. Saylor, Miss Dora' En
8le, Miss M. roirest. V. A. Cary'aiho.
E. Baldwin, H. Baldwin. '
Per Btmr, Mauna Koa, for Maul and
Hnvvall ports, Deo. 21. Miss Est'on. P.
M. Drlnckorliotr, Dr. Brlnc'kerlioff , jilns
Kinney, Miss Colton. A. W. Carter ami
party. R. E. Askew, H. Berg.' J. An
derson, N. Anderson, Miss E; Lldgato,
MIbs D. Lldgaib. Miss V, Wodlen,W.
A. Bryan, Mrs. Bryan, H. hl'nminv
Per O, 8. 3. Alameda, for Ban
Francisco, Dec. 22 J. R.'r Paris.
Mrs." C. J. Jlobinspn, Mfsa p. V.
Purls, Mrs. Mop'k, Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Reed, Mrs. Wm. C. Ford, Mr. ami
Mrs, N. A. Wcpk. H. S. Crane, l.'li.
Flcke. Mr, and MihI taae, A. 8.
J.'.er itiur. W. O. Hajl, for Kauai
Tlio Now York Court of Appeals has
upheld tlio decision ol thp lowey courts
finding 'members of Typographical
Union, No G, guilty of contempt of
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,W.tc..vnmniifictired by mo uulloun 'it'enqbllo. Honolulu. T. II. ' number of thf Bullitln orfls.
SUSMl'lA lIMillUar I :41I11 IIUUI. ' - T .
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well, Hugu Huttiiianji, ass Purvis, R.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 83ft
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