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, iBVKNTNtl lTOU.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. TUESDAY, DEC.. 28, 1009.
Pacific Installation. ,
" All lsltlnn members ol thn
Oictor arc cordially Invited to
ottend meetings ot local lodge
1WV ' .
ii n i i
iu jv.. a-. 4.au
7:20 P.. M.
Mpmh'T j nf
MARINE ENGINEERS' other As,0.
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ci&d'ju cor
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every MoMay evening nt
7:30 lit I. O. O. 1.'. Hall, Fort Street.
V. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. D. AVlclie, N. (.
All visiting -brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
Sleets every llrst nml third Frl-1
day evening at 7:30 Id K. of I. Hall, I
corner Tort and Here tan I a. VisltltiK i ,,
biotuwa cordially Invited to attend. Hie rimtit In tlio It u I c 1 1 n
V. It. NUGENT, C C Miewnuii)H coiiiwt shows tho follow
t II. c6sUNU,K.'n.'s. ' H8 losults.
I OFFICE SELLERS
HONOLULU LODGE 0?.Q, B. P. 0. E.iDan Kcniuaa
1 ' ' T tl !
Honolulu I.odg Ko. C1C, 11. 1'. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btrcct, near Fort, every Friday even,
tug. Vlslt'.ng Drothcrs aro cordially
Invited to attend.
, E. A. DOUTHITT, K. It.
II. C. GASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No.l. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knlclits of
ift rjthlaa Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
j&filAinllv IfiVllPft n nltnn.1
L. A. l'KUHY,' Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of U.
,f HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WBD -
NF.SDAY evenings ot each month at 1
'7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner '
JJeietanla mid I'ort streets,
Vlsltlni; Eacles nro luvltcd to at-
W. M. McCOY, AV. l'res.
II. T. MOOItE, Socy.
.Wei. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8,K.ofP.
, Meets ovcry 2nd and -1th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
'JI.lll. POP. KVirt nll.l ltAt-nlfittln I'lalt-
5ng brothers cordially Invited to nt'
McdlllOW. C. U.
JACOI1SON, K. It. S.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
Inter-Inland and O. R. & L. shippings
tcoks for snlo it tho Uullotln
office, CO each.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 253,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone. 185.
The Best Toilet Soap Made
Sold by all Grocers
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tha Big Nickel bcratch Pad for tale
t.t the Bulletin office for five cents,
la one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred eheets of good paper. Six for
Llimtpu operitnr wnntoil nt Ihls
I Auto-Tall ho, picnics, puidcj. Tel, tj.
f Call iiiid see Mlro'Pnteui r.l tliu, Y:n-
Ameile'in Strain Laundry, liaj" a city
ilupot nt S2 Klus street.
Automobiles hack n.iee, Elliptic
ctai.il. Phone 213 llct'.U nml tlotvl.
Lcwora & Cooke, t tj . hns unit nut
Its cry handy nnl ln()8l ncccptnblo
memorandum book '.r inin.
If jou want n $r JOv job dmio on an
, .into or earring ,ai0 t t0 Hawaiian
Carriage- Mfs. r ., 7 queen St.
I Thojo will 'h0 rVi hitxIco exam
, limtlon In ,! u .laniinrv a for tho pi
isltlnn or '.iniiilKiMtluii Inspector.
Tin i) bt prize dull In tlio Sachs dob
'i'011' A' wns won li MnrKarot Tinker,
, tlic w onii.i iliill wont In Elizabeth So.i
''dry The wiling wns lunch hcnlc!
j Ihj ;,st y,,Hr-
,. , ,,, i Wiillnio II ,ftip representing tlio
"I mil it", ''V,,,,1 l'liHt-lntilllRriiro mid tlio As
ft j,. V ', -""'atc-il 1'ri'u Is n pnrsciiKcr mi tlin
,,K '" ,L' Philippine, lie goes to
' p l,0!,L'iit at the uriny maneuvers In
1 he Hawaii Promotion Coumilllcc
has j imi ieccled n largo consignment
of Finr.il l'.irnilu stickers from San
Fuiiulseo. Those woro mailo In tier
many nud will ho furnished to tho pub-
lie in u low uas.
; A li!- ?f all 1909 delinquent tax
I navera will be published early in
Jnn;iar'y, 1010. Unless you have
,l:ild jour 1909 taxes befote the
, thirty-firat day cf the present month
, (December) your name will appeaT
j en the list.
. ARE INCREASING
. . .223
I r" n:.";,
Frank Vincent ,
David Kcawe ,
3. Olivcira ,
Akana ." ,
WILLIAMS WILL QURY
Henry II. VI1l.inis, n local mulct,
taker, has fccuruil tho contract with
tlio City mill Count) of Honolulu Tci
burying Iho Indigent dead of thn com
munity for the coniliiK year. At the
meeting of the Clly and County solo.13
nc,'l nt 110n toiljy tendcrH for till
w"rk wc'o opened. There was but one
"icr 1'ldder In the field, that being
tho Towr.jend Diidertnkliig Comp.ini
whoso figures were considerably In
excels of IIiosmi suli'iiltted by Wllll.itnr
There will be a band iimcert it
Tli lima SuuaiD tau nvcnl'u. Tho
following piogiam will be rendered'
March Tho F.iliest of tlio Fulr.
Overture Semlniinldn .... How-lni
Inlerini-7.ru Kinoes Htibbell
Vtitnl Kuriil, Snugs... r. by llcrger
fc'elcillnn A Runaway Olrl
Wall Artist Life Strauss
March I'orabnutus Sniisn
Tho Sim- Spangled Itanner
Iledros Hcunpartzooiilon was put lo
death In tho electric chnlr at Sing
Sing piliion iccoiitly for IhiT murder
of II. TnvrhauJIan, a wealthy Now
York rug mcicliuut, who lofu-'oil to
eotitrlhiilo In an Aimeiilnu fund to
oiurlhiciw tho Turkish sultan
Piesldent Tart Iu beginning to get
need to Washington onco inoio.
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone vour order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
?'. H. Love.
Drayine and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 688
G. W. McDougalL Prop.
TO JUSTM EXECUTION
SALINA CRUZ, Doc. 27. Former I'icsldcnt.Zelaja liiduy save out
nn Interview reKardtiiR the execution -of the Ihreo Americans captured
Millie flfilitliiR In theievoliillnnary oimy. He Justified his actions In
ordering tho rxceutlon of the men a i.d said Hint he could have taken
no other loursc.
MANAOUA, Don. 27. Kimball today called on President Madtlz.
Later In tho day the new chief oxer uivo returned tho call.
m oi . .'
ZELAYA MUST NOT RETURN
CITY OF .MEXICO, Dec. 27 Former President of Nlranigmi Is free
to go where he will, so long as he does not make nn effort to return to
Nicaragua, This Is Ilia statement Usued hero by (ho foreign minister
tonight. Under nn condition, however, will tho Pormer president bo al
lowed lo lcliirn lo tho country hum which ho lins Just lied.
. m i i -
t ." . FOOTBALL MAY STAY
NEW YORK. Dec. 27. Despite Iho iiltnrku of lis erlllei. luterrol
legtato foolhall jet has u long leasu of life hcfoio It. Out of tho Kl col
leges which conferred on whether m not lo abolish the game, CO voted
for Its retention with certain modi Icatlons, .
STORM-SWEPT CITIES RECOVERING
NEW YORK, Dec. 27. Cities nlong tho Atlantic seaboard lira slow
ly recovering from the effects of tho recent soveie storms which upset
Imlllc nirnligcmenls mid In other wnjs wiiuiKht havoc.
GOVERNMENT WANTS TO KNOW
" ' '
WASIIINOTON, Dec. 27. Tho state department has Instructed tho
American embassy nt tho City of Mtxlro to make n prompt Investigation
of the cate of .lames A. Cook, tho American who Is Impi (timed, i barged
wlt.'i lompllclty In roil 'i I ii rielghl r oliberles.
CARNEGIE SLIPS ON ICE
NEW YORK. Do 27. Andicw
nnd suffetcd painful lujuilcs.
Cfilef of Detectives McDufllo Is
cleaning up n band of hoodlums who
Infest tho I'nlania district. Night nf-
tor night tho hunch has been In tlio I
habit of standing around tho sidewalks
and besides using the worst of Ian-
guago, have l.itcly taken to tlinnvlug
btonuH at tho passing electric cars.
Tlio chief Is determined that lint
zort of woik must stop nud this morn
ing ono of tho nllt'gri! ring leaders In
tho uffali was taken to Iho pollco Mo
tion. Tho louslis havo hccnnio u pcrfeet
pest down Pulaiua way, according to
Iho ollce, anil cveryono hopes that
now tho Sheriff has taken a hand, tint
tho nuisance titll bo abated. McDuIUo
Is also bury on tho Fort street burg
lary cuso and has IMpes of getting
Iho wanted man soon.
Tho care against Hogg, who :s al
leged lo havo fctahbed a man named
Ost'.'rs diiun nt Pearl llailior, will not
bo gono Inlet until It, Is seen how tlio
victim Is getting on at tho hospital.
There Is very little gambling golig
on In tho clly nt 'present, and tho de
tectives nro all busy on eases that
lnno cropped up during tho last fow
It turns out that .Iimgcliius, who was
reported to havo been mbbcil, was not
a guest at Iho Hawaiian hotel, llo
had merely shared a friend's bed nt
tho hotel and In tho morning discov
ered that bin hlcovo links wero miss
ing as well ns his clothes.
ALL SUGAR MILLS ON
KAUAI ARE GRINDING
Tho I'lrual sugar eiop Is now being
convoiled from tho cano Into tho fin-
llBhod pioducl, A report from tho (,ar-
dcu Island rccclcd from iho otllccrs
of tho liitor-lslaiul htenmer KInau Is to
tho effect that all mills on tho Island
ar6 now grinding. Valmea plantation,
being ouo of Iho last (o etimmcuco op
erations, Is surd to havo started gi lull
ing this week. It Is anticipated that
Ihero will ho u big movement In sugar,
between tlio vailous ports and Hono
lulu r tho muliilaiid.
OREENFIKI.D-At Ewa. O.ihu, to Mr.
iind'Mrs. F. E. (Iieeiiflolil, a daush
ter Bulletin Business Ofhoe Phonr. 258,
Bulletin TMitori"! Ttnnm Plinn. IRK
Choice patterns iii ;F.nj; llsh and American weaves
An individuality in every suit.
W. W. AMATNA & CO.
fil bo, KJuy Lit.
xcavatinz and Filling
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nunanu Stream
.Cameglo today slipped on the Ice
POLICE CIJRT NOTES
Tbcra woro oiiiy six cises on (he
Police Court cilemlar this morning
and of those no less than tlneo wcio
Rtrckcn. oiling to tho complaining
witnesses not putting In an nppear
M. Perry, who had mopped up more
alcohol (ban was good for lilm, fulled
lo ap ear In court and his ball money
of (tj was ilec'laicl forfeited. Another
wet-goods in list named Pooel.i, wns
round guilty nml fined six InickH for
Ifarry Charmer, who was charged
with assaulting a Japanese, -told a
oiy nlco sounding story of how (ho
Iroublo occmred, but Judge Andr'ade
did not fccem to tako lo tho yarn kind
ly and foui-.i Ilnuy guilty,
Tho JiiiIko gavo Iho defenilant n good
talking to and warned hlni If bu cuer
appealed In eouit agiln lint It would
bo Arch's hold for a few mouths for
lleglnuliig January 3, WW, u chess
loiirnameut will ho held In tho social
rooms of tho local V. M, C. A. En
tres for snmo will clnto lit ttifio p. in.
December 31, Each contestant must
play every other contestant by Jiinu
ary 31. Each gamo won will count
ono point, it drawn gamo peoilug half
u point to each plajcr. In order lo
faclillato tho piogress of tho tourna
ment, tho Association names Iho ilghl
to notify a player and within forty
eight hours after such uotlflcntloii has
been mudo a match with a given play
er must ho plajed off or forfeited. Fob
lowing nro tho names nf playurs who
havo already consented to participate
In tho tournament: C. II. Modculf, J,
M. Tuckur, D. J. Whitney, II, Andor
son, O. H. Ingalls, J. J. McOnrvey, W.
Ilanihart, IS. E. Dessar, 15. II. Illanch
aril, W. O. Hall mid J. W, Whlto.
Decauso Judgo Canminck promised
u mob .Hcutcnco E.irl Thompson, a
ncBiii, In be hanged, thus' avoiding a
lynching. Ids action at Wllllamstown,
Ky., last week may bo questioned.
A system of petty blackmail by al-
legeu iiiuck iiami" meulbors Is held
lesiionsinio by Iho iiiithorlllea at
Scottsboro. III., for Iho kllllnc of r.m
cher Williams, Only tho activity of
llio ductals provcnleil n conceited at-
laeK on American residents.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, December 21,
SAN FRANCISCO S.UIeil Dec. 2'!
S. S. Mongolia, 3 p. in., Tor Hono
lulu, nklnc. S. 0. lldcr, for Mitliu!:onA
YOKOHAMA. Knllt'd Deo. 2f
S. S. Nippon Mnni, for itmioiiiiil,
Friday, December 2i,
tIAVlOTA snltcil Dec. 19:
Bi. Kul In or Clyde, tor Honuiuiu.
OAVIOTA Arrlu'd Die. 23!
Sp, Marlon Chllcolt, front llimnliilii.
Monday, Ccwber 91,
nill?llANE Sailed Dec. 2l!
S. S. Moann, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 2.',:
S. S. I in-line, Horn Honolulu.
SAN FRANCiaCO Arrived Dee. 20:
, H. Kri-'ra, from lltii'iliiln.
HlLO-aillud Dec. 22l
fr' r Kolla. for I'oi'l Toivtismd.
MID'.VAY ISLAND- Ar i I'd Dec. 21:
Schr. Flaurenco Wnr,l,lieucc.
THE AMERICAN ship Falls of
Clydo Is now nine clays out from Cav
Iota with a full rhipment of fuel oil
THE AMERICAN ship Ersklno M.
Phelps, which Is coming down finin
Puget Hound ports In billast and Is'
expected to load a full, shipment of
sugar at the port destined for Dela
ware Rro.iltwater, Is now out twenty
tine days from Seattle.
WORD has been received of .tin?
death In Scotland of Captain James
Hodge, for many jcars master of the
Ilrltlsh hark Port Jackson. Ho died
September 28 nt the ago pf 77 years.
He wns well known by Iho last gen
eration of shipping men nlong tho
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port Sheildaii, with olllceti. troops nml
casuals from tho Philippines, Is due
lo arrive lieio' eti route lo San Frnn
elsco on or about January 3rd. The
vos'ol may lake a few passengers from
Honolulu vim aro entitled lo transpor
tation on army boats.
ONE HUNDRED and nineteen days
out fiom the port or Rotterdam, the
Herman lurk II. Hackfeld Is in ionic
lo Honolulu with n general cargo of
nieidiamllm for these Islands. The
voeo! tlwu'il elicn up at Honolulu
within the next few weeks. Her car
go comes to tho agency of II. H.ickfeld
AT SAN FRANCISCO Iho rchounor
Oceania Vance, from Illlu, wan an
anlval Willi a herd luck jam. The
caprices of tho storm loje.l with the
Mi'iiggllug lessel to a dangerous ex
tent. .When Iho Vanro emeiged from
(he worst of It there was' only n
rpankcr and a Jib sail left of the rig
THE OERMAN STEAMER Utg.ird
went nshoro on tho top spring tido al
Haxn point, I'unla Arenas, according
to nihlccs received by the marine do
inrlmcnt of tho Merclnnts' EAchnngo.
Tho Utgaid wns liniuid from Portl.ind
for the United Kingdom with a cargo
of grain. Asslstunco Is now with (he
vesiel, hut It will bo necerVary to dis
charge her caigo, or a lwrtl'm of it
lo get her off. Tho freighter's light
machinery was slightly damaged, but
otherwlso sho Is thought lo bo In good
condition, Thu utgard was list here
In September, when the a I lived from
ADVICES fiom Japan repnit Iho
launching oft ho Chleago Maru, Ihhd
of tho new OMika liners built for Hie
Tiictmia-()rlciit,il .enlec. The Chloi-
go ..'.mil was i.iunelie I Hiiccessrully at
the jurcls of tho Kawasaki dockyard
In Kobe. Sho Is built along the name
Hues ns Iho Tacomu nml Scnttlc M.iiii
IboiiKlf nil cf llio mutvilal ureil In her
ccmslructlon was manufactured In
Japan. Tho Chicago Main Is expected
to bo In commission by February,
when she will bo opeialed between
Taconm nml pnits of tho Oilenl. con
necting al Taconin, with tho Chicago,
Milwaukee and Paget Sound Railway,
Tho fourth steamer of tho fleet, tho
Paniinia .Mam, will bo launched In
DIRECT CONSTANTINOPLE LINE
Tho cBtabllbhinont of direct stenmsliln
hervlco, between Now York and Con-
btautlnoplo Is leported by dm special
agent of tliu Department of Commerce
and Labor. Annual Imports Into Con
stantinople amount (o $14,000,000 but
tho share of thu United StatcB thero-
In hardly ueniges 13.000,000, or less
than 2Vfe per cent. Tho Insignificant
share of tho United States In tills
Import trado Is altilbiitoil mainly to
tlio lack of direct steamship commu
nication holweeu Cimstiinllnoplo unci
American ports. Tho Hellenlcpia
Sleam Navigation Comiany lias
agreed to give Iho service a fair trial.
This company hnB two boats, tho
Athennl, 17,000 tons, and the Themis
tocies, la.uuu tons. Tho Itinerary is
Now ork, Piraeus. Constanllnoplo,
Sniyinn, Pntras. Tho Company In
December will havo another boat in
tho (.ervlce, and this will g0 them
a iimuiug i-cbecliilii of nboul ovcin
ciGhlceii d.ijo froii) New Vork to t'oii
At Iho ichf-irsiil of n skcileh in 11
Flipt (Mleli.) Iheuler Oscar Haywood
stmt himself In llio nrm with a rmoi.
vcr from which ho had removed tho
cartridges, but which snmo ono had
vWduidy loaded usaiii...... .
j. i- 1
' PA8SKNOER8 DEPARTED i DEPARTED ,
I - . .-.. I i. I -v
For San FinllCinri KT M. K S. 3.
llllonlnn.Det. 28. Ml'a. Calhoun An
I'lllili, l, II. Curtis. C. Ileilcnianu, Mis.
Hi'ilciuaiiil. Mis, Kliitman. P. .1. i-cvey
S. H, Lllclilkld, Mid, (I. II. Curtis, Miss
It, A, Paulccill, J, (I. Reed, Mrs. Ilce.1,
Mrs. It. E. fieluile, Mlas A, Sparrow
E. SI. Watson, H. A, Wliltn,
f PASSENGERS BOOKED
Pc;r stmr. Klnnu, for Kauiil pents
Dec. 2S. J. H. HJorth, Mr. WeV., MI-3
do llfotltvlllc, Mrs. D, WlliilngUiti.
I'M bltitr, W. O. Hall, for Kanal
I oris, Dec 30. Elliel Leo Toma, JIIsp
Rose Alolau Miss M. Smikl.
Per stmr. Manna Loa, for Kona anil
Kau potts, .IIU1..C A. Feinandc, Mis.
FernandcA, J. K. Kelukoa, J. P. Mc
dcrla, Jllss E. Moore, C. S. Uonl, M.
Osgood, A. Jones, Mrs. lone-i, V; C.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molofal ports, Jan. I. Charles (lay
nnd family, Rex Hllchcock, W. Mutch
Mis. n. O. Clark.
Per stmr. Manna Loa for Kona and
Kan ports, Jan. ".Judge Knuliikoil,
Mis. Kaulukoii, lllshop Llcbert.
Per stmr.'W. O. Hall, for, Lnnal
ports, Dec. 30. Ethel Leo Toma, Mrs
K. C. Wong, Miss IlObO Arolnn, Mrs
E. H. Ahl, Miss M. Kong. Miss Jl
Pei stmr. Mituin Koa for Illlu nni'
way ports, Jan. 4. T. C. Envies, P. 11
Sh'Tldan and parly, Judge S. M. II. il
Ion. Mrs. Sumner.
Pci stmr. Manna Loa for Knsn ant'
Kau poits, Dec. 2S. M, It, Perrern
Lei; Yun, James fllnhe, H. K. Sclmlr
fell. W .S. Chllllugwoilli, Mrs. Chll
ilngwoith, Mrs. M. P. MuttiH, Mst
Mallos. Mis. L. (1. Sllva, Miss K
Clark, S, E. Thompson. Mrs. Thump
urn, J. A. Mngulrc, Mrs. Magulro J. O
Smith, .Miss 11. Taylor, A. C. Atinrlno
IC. Wills, II. Renton.
Pci stmr. Clnudluo, for Maul am
Hawaii polls. Dec, 31. Miss F. Cro
.ler. Mr.'Tialn, 8. Motklhl, F. K. liar
vmy, .ills. !. Ho, .virs. 11, lleas.
, WATERFRONT NOTES ,
THE AMERICAN bark Kalulanl Is
still taking In u shipment of sugar at
the HiirkfeM wharf. Iho vessel it
believed will If ic.nlj for tailing fop
Sail Francjli-co within u few djys.
THE AMERICAN bilk Albert fiom
Poit Ludlow with a full thlpmcnl of
hunter consigned to the II. Hac'tfeli
agency at Kaainp.ill, has ariivud ii'
Iho port some days ago.
IT WILL NOT he imlll after Jan
nary filli thai tho sugar Intended fur
tlio east coast of Hip United Statci
will be loady lb go Into tho Ameilcai
bark Nmnnii which now lies nt Ih
THE AMERICAN schooner Chuicl
ill will piobahly como from the marln
railway today ami taking on hillir
will soon sail for Puget Sound. Thh
vessel has discharged a shipment o
lumber for tho agency of Lqwcrs R
THE HRITISH riclghler Duuedlu Ii
now l.ilug nloiihldo (ho naval slip an
tho work of taking mil her 'live thou
sand terns of American coal Is now be
Ing nulled. Tho vestol nrrivod ut Hi
eort a few daysjigv from Norfolk, Vli
THE MATSON Nailgnlliin ehail
eled sle-uner llyade.s Is leported wll
sail from 'Seattle for Honolulu dliec
un December 2!. Tbjs vobsol wll
bring down a largo cargo of genera'
merchandise, Including shipments u
feed stuffs nn-l lumber.
THE STEAMER I.urllne, a Malson
Navlgallou Company liner, Is reiioitei'
Ihrough the agency of Cusdo &. Cooki
as iicheilulod to sail from San Fran
Cisco for Honolulu on January 5. Tin
vessel should unlvo hero on or nboul
January 12. J
IT IS NOT expected that (he Toyc
Klt.cn Kulblia liner Tunyo Muru, dm
to ntilui from San Francisco on Mon
dny, will ivmalu at tha pci( for molt
(linn twi'lvo liouis. Tha vessel ha,i a
largo caigo destined for Oriental poit,
of call, Tho steamer may tako u few
layover pabsengcrs for Japan poitr
THE HRITISH freighter Earl of
Elgin spent tho night steaming
within n radius of fifteen miles or
(he luort ot Honolulu. This vessel
arrived orf tho pent In Chilstmus
Day anil hi lugs a full shipment or
Pocvhontiis coal consigned lo tho
United Stnti navy department.
Rear Admiral Recs of tho local station-linn
iccelvod lublo advices or
deiliiB tho Earl of Elgin to Maro Is'
Jaiul, It has boon joo roueli for
lo.liillug Iho. vessel for u day or two,
and tills morning tho mnster of tho
irclghler clcuied for tha Cnllforula
THE INTER IGLANH idcuiuer Kl
iuii will return from bel regular trip
io iv 41111 poili, cm New Ycaro- moni
ing I115l9.nl ci( lln follow lug day, In
"r',cr lhal tl10 '"",eM uipl Iho erow
can spend thn holiday ashore. Tho
Mnau Is leaving for (ho (Inrdcn Is
land ports nt u o'clock this evonlug
tnklng n small numhor of pa?ciior.s
uim 11 tair t,ui.a imt.,0,
Tuesday. December 28.
kona nnd Kau pints .Manna Ixi.i,
Maul am: Hawaii por(s MaiinaKea,
VESSEL8 TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, December 29. v
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
. Thursday, December 30.' ,.
Hongkong nud Japan ports Nippon
Mari:,-T. K. Kl S. S.
Illlo nnd Maul ports Cbuillne,
Friday, December 31.
Illlo Illlu nnd way porta Manna
Port San Luis Santa Rita, Am.
Saturday, January 1, k,,
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr. y
Sunday, January 2.
Maul mid" Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Poit San Luis Lansing. Am. Blmv.
Monday, January 3. '
Illlo Mauna Kea, (special, trip).
Manila via Nagasaki SierlJan, U.
3. A. T.
San Francisco Tcnyii Mnru, T. K.
K. S. S.
vWedneiday, January S.
Australhn ports via Suva Moana,
C. A. S. S.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, January 6.
Maul ports Cliiudlne, stmr,
Hongkong and Japan ports Slbcil.i,
M S. S.
Friday, January 7.
San Francisco Alameda, O. S. 8.
Saturday, January 8.
Vancouver Aorangl. C A 8. S
Hawaii and Maul pints Mauna
Monday, January 10.
San Franrltcj Mexican. A.-II. S. 11.
Wednesday, Jsnuary 19.
San Francisco llllonliin, M. N. S. S.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Maro Island, Calif. Earl of Elgin,
Mr. stmr. .
Manila via (liiatn Dlx. II. S. A. T.
Snllna C1117. via Knuat and Maul
,ioil Virginian, A.-II. S. S.
MiihukniM nn,l Kawaihao lwalmil,
tmr. 5 p. m.
Honokn.i I.lkcllko. stmr. 5 p. m.
JMaul and Molokal ports MK'.ahalu,
'tmr., 5 p. m.
Kami ports KInau stmr. fi p. 111
Wednesday, December 29.
Fan Franclbio, I'm Hand and ports
Seljt, Nor, rtmr.
Thursday, December 30.
Sim Fiancicro Nippon Mnru, T. K.
. S. S.
Japan nnd Hongkong America
lam, Jap. stmr.
Kauai ports W, 0. Hall, stmr.
Friday, December 31.
Hawaii nml Maul ports Ctaudlnc,
Illlo (special trip) Mauna Kea.
Monday, aJnuary 3,
Japnn ports and llougkOng Telijo
fat 11, T, K. K. S. S.
Kauai ports Noeai;, stmr.
Tuesday, January 4,
Illlo and way ports Mauna Kea,
San Francisco Slierldnn, U, 8. A.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Knual 1 cuts ;Klnaii sliur.
Wednesday, January 5. I
Vancouver Moana. C. A. S, S.
Thursday, January 6.
Kauai ports W. a. Hall. stmr.
San Francisco Siberia, P M, 8 8.
Friday, January 7.
Hawaii and Maui ports Clnudlno,'
8aturday, January 8.
Sydney nml Australian ports An
ningl. Dr. stmr.
Wednesday, January 12.
San Francisco Alameda, O. H. S.
Per M. N. 8. S Illlonlnn, for dan
pranclsco, Dec. 2S. Miss Paulccll, P.
I. Lovy, Mr. Schutto, Mr. Watson, tl.
F. Williams, .1. (1. Reed, II. A. Whlto,
Miss A. Sp'tuuw, Mrs. Calhoun An
cruui, Mrs. Krusbimin,
Per Btmr. Mauna Kea, Tor Mnul and
Hawaii pint's, Dec. 28. W. M. Ova
ham, Mrs. E. J, Ro.Igers, Miss flick
nell, Mrs. Charles Ci'uno, Mrs. C. liar-voy-EUIcr,
R. J. Lllllo, A. F. Kmi.lscn.
lss E. Thrum, Mrs. Lucy Hlmo, W.
Desha, II. L. Desha, Con rail t Ahrc.ns,
Thos. II Wall, H. P. Ileckley,
Per btmr. Mniiiin Loa, for Kona an I
Kau pills. Dee, 2S. S. E,' TlnmpMin,
MrB. Thompson, Ed Wills, Mint llent
hill. I- ...
I MAILS. .
Mulls 1110 duo at Honolulu rremi
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Mnru, Dec. 30,
San 'Francisco Tenyo Mnru, Jnn. I.
Colonies Por Mo'iimi, Jan. fi
Vancouver Per Aoi-jpsl, Jim. s.'
Mallt, ulll depart for tho following
points, as follows" ' '
Vancouver Per Moans, Jau, 5.
Cojonlcs Per Aorangl, Jan, R
Ilcnlth OlTlcer V.Modward nas an
nuiinceilthat iihiiut IB per cent of tlio
deaths from tuberculosis in tlio Dis
lllit of Columbia uri, trainable ly milk
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