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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THURSDAY, DEC. 30, 1906.
All visiting members (if tlio
Order mo cuidlall) Itivind to
-attend meeting" f local lodftjiu
Meet on the
2nd ami 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
' MARINE ENGINEERS', other Aw
BENEFICIAL A?Sn?IATI0. ciatiom cor
dially invited. ,
HARMONY LODOE, No. 0, 1. 0. 0. T.
Meets ovory Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0 0. T Hull, Tort Street.
i:. II. IIHNDllY, Secrctnr).
r. D. Wlcke, N. (1.
All Isltlnn brothers ery cordially
0AIIU I0D0E, No. 1 K. of P.
Meet? every first, anil third FrI
Ha) cvciiIiIr at 7:30 lit K.,iit I. Hall,
corner Tort and IlcrutauU. Vlslttnc
brothers corillally Invited to attend.
r. It. NUGENT, C. C.
" It. GOSLING, K. It. 8.
tirr. HONOLULU I0DQE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. 1'. U.
Rlks, meets In their hall, cm King
rHrect. neir l)rt, ovory 1'ild.ty cen
lug. Visiting" Brothers uro cordially
Invited to attend.'
i:. A. DOUTII1TT, H. It.
V H. O. I3ASTON, Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. i. 1. 0. R. M.
Meotn every llrst and third Tli'urs
Un)a of each month ntjdCiilRhtsor
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
UUIly Invited to ntlond.
L. A. PERRY, S-ichom.
i:. V. 101)1), C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.J
Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, corner
Horntunla 'and l'ort streets.
Visiting EacleB aro Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W. Pros.
' 11. T. MOOU13, Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofF.
Meets every 2nd and llh Sitiifdny
evening nt 7 30 o'cloeic In 1C. of l
Hall, cor. Tort and lleretnnla. Visit
ing biothorB corillally Invited to at
tend, 1 M. McOREW. (3. (3.
13. A. JAL'OIISON, K. It. E
Oil now Leads all Mineral Productions in the
State of California, Gold takes second place
Gold is in second' place amoiiR the mineral reductions 0f Califor
nia. Petroleum takes the lead now by a substantial margin of $0,000,.
000. Ten cars np;o California pioliiccd JJ.000.000 barrels cf oil. Last
car it produced moio than 48,000,000 bairtls, n clear cain of 8,000,000
bairels oyer the product of 1907. The value of the 1908 nroduct, in
ncUoleum, is estimated by tho state minernlouist at over $28,000,000.
At the present 'line nt least one-half of tits California listed oil stocks
nic paymir dividends, and, as the priic advances, ro will dividends in
crease and stocks advance, I
All investon, should Rtt in touch with tiiis exceptionally nrofitable
industry. Now is the lime for invjstment in mcntcrloas oil stocks
audi ns we recommend. Ask for an oil book and maikct letter. Sent
free upon request. Our. representative in Honolulu, Mr, F. L. Kibler, is
n member of tin California Stock Etchanuc cf San Francisco, and will
be pleased to impart full informati n conurniuir tlio California oil
business to those interested. Call o'., or wntc him at the Alexander
Young- Hotel, Honolulu, Room 50. Lincoln Mortage & Loan Co,, 10(1
Geary Street, San Francisco. . ""
Shape, Trimmings ami Flowers,
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fori Sticct
Novelties MRS J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style.
Port and Bcretania Sts.
REOAL SHOE CO.
Kme; and Bethel.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 053. S3 Merchant St.
At All Walchdealen.
Age lit fcr Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts.. UurMnlo
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
HEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to sec all oar old cus
tomers come hack.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. HEAR BETHEL
Sealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc -All Lied of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE 2adt T
When Ilaliy was BicK, we gaio her
When sho was n Child, sho cried foi
When sho became Miss, she clung to
When f!io hud Children, she gavo them
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vfah Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
ind cloth of A-l quality can b pur
0 Tlnr flRI Tenhnn S11
When you want to be SURE to have your '
- Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.
r Island Transfer.
1 0 Q1ME11AL cOTCr"R8Mdrmn?
Drayton ui Expressing ACTlNG
Wood, and Coal Phone 888
p. WAMcDougall. Prop. Vineyard St.. Ewa of Nunann Stream
KNOX DOES NOT
CITY 01' MEXICO, Dec. 29. "Scuetary Knox Is not my Judge: I
urn icspmislblo oni) to ni) government," declared former Piesldcnt Ze
Inja of Nicaragua In an Interview hiru. today.
In the i on rue of Ills tomerB.itlon, he made thn HKtonlBliIni: ntnto
lrtnt that tho dead bodies of tVenij marines were found on the field of
Initio after the flRhtitiR at Colorado Junction.
X.olaMi further said that there a re 400 Americans gening In the
arm of the N'lcnra(;uan revotutlunUtB under the Imnncr of (lenerul En
Iradn, the leader of tho revolutionary forces.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 29. Zclaju's statement that the dead bodies
of Use. nt. marines wele found 'upon tho Held after Iho btttlc of Coluin
do .luncUon was ncelved with atiiurenicnt by high ollkinls of tho Uult
(d States Roverniiieiit today. It Is it.iH'd olllclnllj that there were no
marines near NIciiiiikuu nt tho tiuio of tho battle mid that no dosci
lions have been reported.
FLEET COMING FROM ORIENT
WASIIINOTON, Dec. 29. It wns niiiiounccd b the navy dcinrt
metit today that the first suuidrou of tlio l'ncldc rieut will Ball from Yo
kohama for Honolulu on Jan. 20. Tho squadron will ntrlvo at Honolulu
l'eh. 1 and will icimitn their until 1'eh. 8. . '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
it the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cent,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred theeti of good paper. Six for a
Atito-Tnllyho.jilcr.lcs. parties. Tel. C.
Call and sco Mlkn I'aton at tho 13u-
Automobiles hack rates. Hmptie
stand. Phone 213. Ilethel and Hotel.
l'hvslcal culture and iinssago i;lvcu
by Prof. Huron 61. L Yoiins HctH.
Don't forKol J.Irs PicLeisons Kreat
clearance- sale, louimoiiciiiK .Monday,
Tor u good reliable auto, call up
Phone Gd9 nnd Ret Joo I.eal's seven
If you want a Rood Job dnno on an
auto or carrlaKn tuko It to Hawaiian
CarrlnRo MfR. Co.. 42" Queen 8t.
Mrs. rtlckersou's clearunco salo is
still RoltiR on. r
American MessuiiRcr Rorvleu delu
cis Aineilciiu Steam Laundry.
'1 ho Moi chants' Association ulll
hold its nnniial meeting for tho elec
tion of officers for tho ensuing eai
at 3 o clock on January 14, 1910.
There wns a Christmas tree cole
brntlon nt the Knpuhulu Mission es
teiday nttcrnonn, at whkli n largo
number of ladles and children weio
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
will hold 'is leguhir meeting this af
ternonu nt 3:30 o'clock In tho looms
of their olllces. Tint nature of tlio
meeting will bo ordinary routine work.
J, A. Oilman must pay the taxes
which mo claimed iiRutust him h Tax
Assessor Wilder. Judgment was ent
ered jesterday by Circuit Judgo
Whitney lit a totnl amount of $2602.19,
covering costs of court in addition to
the amount of tho .principal claimed.
Tho outdoor classes under the di
rection of Miss Julie 13. Haymond, tlio
Uronklvn aitUt who Is spending tho
winter In Honolulu, are busy tlieso
dnvs tramping tho Manoa valley and
sketching the beautiful scenic effects
IU that neighborhood.
Owing to trouble caused by thu
stoim to thn elect! leal apparatus thu
Park Theater did not open last night.
I3vcrvlhlng will bo runnliu In good
shnpo tonight, shoeing Mark Twain's
Pilnco und the Pauper, and n chai
nctulbtlc pnio by Mark 'twain lilm
There will ho a watch meeting nt
tho Em pile theater on Friday night
ror'tlie purpose of seeing tlio old vear
nut mid tho new year In. Tho moot
ing Is under the auspices of a local
commlttto of la) men from different
denomination throughout tho city.
Tho public is Invited.
Jong Kong,. who has been twice con
victed nnd fined on the charge of em
bdzlcmcnt, claims that persecution Is
behind tho whole business. On n
third conviction he took tho matter
to the Siipieiiio Court and at tho sumo
tlmo applied to Acting Governor Mott
Smith for n pardon. On this question
tile Acting Governor refused to havu
an) thing to do as long as the caso was
hefoio tlio court. Jong Kong has
therefore withdrawn his nctlon In Iho
lilglur court In tho hopes that ho villi
rtcclvo soiyio lelltf thioiigh tho Gov
einor's ofllco. Acting Governor Mod
Smith stated )cstciday that ho hud
armed at no decision In the matter.
EVENING AND BUSINESS SUITS
Choice patterns in English and American weaves.
An individuality in every suit. v
W. W. AMAINA & CO.
02 So. King St. . No Branches,
A pass hook has hem lost, Sco ad,
Sato of muslin underwear at Whit
ney & Mnish's on Monday.
Ik st shoe repairing at ltegal Mino
Store-, corner King and Ilethel. Men's
hulfsoles and lieeN 11.25; women's $1.
The time to advertise Is when you
want more business. If jou are In
this class ring up Tho Chas. It. H ru
ler Co i phono .171, and n representa
tive will be pleased to call on )ou.
The Clarion lias Just received Us
stock of midwinter suits. Tho udvei
tlseinent tells of tlielii III words which
ennuot he inlsjaken. Tuxedo suits aic
ulso numbered among the new- arrivals
nt Hit; Clarfrufr
The most delicate materials ran he
iljoil satisfactorily by the K, Thomas
Parisian D)clng Works of San Trail
cisco, whose agent in Honolulu is the
Kre'icli Laundry, 258 Ileittanla street.
If )ou've pictures to bo framed, take
them to Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Dig new assortment of moulding and
read) -made metal frames. The best
facilities for framing.
Call at Uergstrom Music Co and
hear boiiio of the new Victor Talking
Machine records. Victor machines
sold 011,1110 monthly pajment plan.
Sllva's Togger) Ib thu rhice to Imv
clothing foi bo)s. Tho splendid new
stock of IMerhclmcr, Skin clothes
now being slinwn Is tho llutst line
over hioiight to Honolulu.
Tho handsome doll will. h the Palm
Calo had nn for u voti'U "tiniest vwis
won by Miss Pcarllo Iiuufh.
lleio will he two deliveries from
the .Metropolitan Mnrke "n p-Mi -.
uioirow, and none on Saturday. New
Year'B Da v. 'the inarKei m t,o
piomptly at 9 o'clock on Saturday.
Word has been received from the
steamship Cleveland to the effect
that there are quite u number of
Eastern Stat mcmbcis on the vessel,
and arrangements am being made
by tho local order In this city to en
tertain tho visitors when they ai
rlve. ' It is leported that twenty-four rals
weru seen to como nshorn from tho
Jupnnoso liner now In port from tho
South American port. The local quar
antine oDIclals aro getting busy over
tho matter and nn Investigation will
be made and In the future such a hap
pening will bo guarded against.
Occasionally wo meet people who
spend half their time telling what they
uro going to do and tho other half ex
plaining why thoy didn't do It.
THDIin Altrc six hundred tons of
Oriental fi eight deBtlued for Honolulu
to arrive hero on or about Jnnuarj 0
by tho Pacific Mall liner Siberia. Tho
vessel his Its first class passenger ac
commodation to the number of ono
handled and twenty-five with about
eighty ahead)' booked for passage
f I oni Honolulu to Sail Krauclsco.
ACCOIlDIXd 111 lirtH,i,lt mlMilnln,,u
of shipping peoplo the American bark
A.lr,.L urultlt -(...ila. t,.ll.. ..,.....
.......v., ,,vivii, ki,ii(ii iuii, KMIIUI'l
lairlvo at Honolulu In about a week.
.Thl'i VfBcel sailed fiom Sun Prnnelur,,
I for this port twelio days ago and is
. tl.l.t rl.t,. .I.n .. ..,, ,,.... .. ... .
..,.,.,.,,, muhii n him iiuu in general
.nieirhaiidlsc, couslgiied to tho agency
I of C. Hi ewer & Co.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday,, Cecember 29.
SYDNEY Arrived Deo. 27 i
B. S, Makitra, hence Dec. 11.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Dec. 20:
9. 8. Aula, hence Dec. 14.
THU PACIFIC MAIL Intermediate
steamer Asia, which left here for Or
iental ports on December 14, Is re
ported by cable to have arrived nt
Yokohama on last SmidH).
THE INTElt ISLAND steamer Maul
went on tho mnrlne railway )esler
lAy for a general clcanlni! and repaint
ing. The vessel will be read) for sea
hi this evening or tomorrow moriilng
GUOAK 1TIOM kbiiJl. Inclining
130U lacks A, 200 sacks U and 1170
sae'v II. A, sugar, has arrived nt tho
port by the Inter-Ulan I slcnmer W. G.
Hall. This sugar Is llow going Into
the American-Hawaiian freighter Vir
ginian at the railway wharf.
ACCOHDING TO advices received
hero by the local agciWy of tho Amer
ican line the steamer Arlznntan Is now
taking on an additional shipment of
sugar at Kahulul and will sail from
that port for Sallua Cruz on Friday
A WllH3Li:SS message iccelved b)
Cnstlo & Cooke last evening from tlio
Mnttiin Navigation liner Hilnnlun,
states that the vessel was Fteimlng
through fresh east winds nnd easterly
swells, the weather being clear. ICv-
er) hotly m board reported well.
THK AMiritlCAN-HAWAItAN line
freighter Mlssourlan Is scheduled to
sail from Paget Sound ports on Jaui
ary 14tl, according to Into a'lvlces re
ceived through C. P. Morse, and thu
vessel will bring down alargo general
cargo, Including Hour, fu'd slulTs mid
lumber, Tho Mlssourlan should arrive
at Honolulu on or about Januar) 22.
OVKIt TWO THOUSAND tonsof
fertilizer fiom South American pints
Is bow being discharged fiom tho
Toyu Klsen Knlsha liner Ameilcau
Maru at the railway wharf. It Is ex-
potted that the ble.imcr will remain
nt Iho port for yver.il ib)s, ami tuny
got aw a) for tho Far I3.ist b) the last
of thn wtek.
IN OltDKIt to properly liivestlgalo
thu taiiso which led to tho stranding
of tho Ilritlsh llilp Celtic Ciller. It. (1.
13. rorstcr, tho consular representative
for Grout Drllaln nt Honolulu, lias
called it speclul naval board of in
quiry which Is requested to meet nt
tho llrlllrh ronsulale mi I'rldny, I)o
rembur 31, the session commencing at
9 o'clock in tho morning.
THK CHAHTBRKD Norwegian
freighter Selja Mhleh Is nt present be
ing (derated b tho Portland and As
iatic Steamship Cnmpaii) Is at tho
Oceanic Dock, where some Ilftecn hun
dred tons of 'general cargo from China
and Japan poits Is being discharge I,
It Is expected tliat tho vessel
will be .ready for continuing her vo).
uge to Sun Iranclsco nnd Portland, Oi;
TWELVn THOUSAND tons of sug
ar and other Hawaiian products will
leavo tho Islands by tho American Ha
waiian freighter Vliglnlan now nt tho
railway wharf, taking on sugar and
pineapples. This vessel will probibly
get away for Kahulul, Knanapall and
Hllu within n day or so and the vessel
is scheduled to sail from Illlo for Sa
llua Cruz tin January 12. The freight
er will lake on extensive shipments of
sugar nt all tho Island pnris.
THERE 18 hut a small amount of
fielght on board tho To)o Kison Kal
sha liner Nippon Maru to be loft at
ths port und tho Japanese steamer will
thcrcfnro tecelvo a prompt dispatch
for San Francisco. A wireless mes
sage from the Nippon Maru states
that tho vcbsoI villi probably a'rrlve
oft the port Ibis evening. A hundred
or nioio Filipino labnrcis for Island
plantations aro coming by tho steam
THi; AIIMY transjort Thomas Icav
Ing San Francisco for Manila via Ho
nolulu and Guam on January 5, will
carry the hoadquarteri). band and en
listed men belonging to the Sixth
Ilifantr) to tho Philippines. A ship
niont of now coinage fur Uncle Sam's
InBiilar possession valued at a million
dollars, will ho transported to Manila
by the army boat.
TJI13 SIXTH CAVALRY, now re
lieved fiom duty In tho Philippines,
monopolies i,o paBBcngcr accommo
dation on board tho United States
army transpoit Sheridan, which Is duo
to anlve at Honolulu on or about Jan
uary 3. Tho local quartermaster's de
partment has lecelved applications
from bovera) tunltorlal officials desir
ing transportation to tho roast by the
Sheridan, but owing to her crowded
condition tho most tjf thvso havo liven
THE ALLOTMENT, of berths to
tho Intending oxciirslunlhts who tal'u
ndiantago of tlm special rnlo madu to
Illlo ami Iho Volcano by (lie Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company,
has been iiiado lo tlio sallsfaetloti of
tho hundred or inoie persons who
havo hooked for passage, Tho Mauna
Ke.i Is scheduled to leavo hero on Fri
day afternoon und leturn at such tinio
iib to enable the business man to bo
homo and ready for duty on Monday
moinliiB. Tho tilp will ufTord jiii en.
Jojabla outing on tho Iilg iBland.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Thursday, December 30.
Hongkong aiul Japan ports Nippon
.Mart., T. K. K. S. S,
Friday, December 31,
Illlo llllo and way ports Manna
Port San Luis Santa Illta, Am
VESSELS TO DEPART
San Francisco, Portland nnd ports
Selja, Nor, stmr.
Paaiihau, Knhalalclc, Laupahoelioe
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, December 31,
Hawaii and Mnul ports Claudlne.
Japan nnd Hongkong America
Maru, Jap. stmr.
San Francisco Nippon Mnru, T. K.
K. S. S.
illlo (special trip) Mauna Kea
SEAS SWEEP -PHELPS
(Continued front asc la
automobile vihlth for somo jears past
has been brought ashore and traieled
upon roads In many lauds nnd climes.
"I have had two machines since I
disposed of tlio nuto that was used
ui rionolulu a few yenrs ago," said
Captain Graham. ."I shall wait until
I retire from the sea, nnd then t will
get a machine that will make nil lor-
liter Joy wagons look like one of )Our
"sen wrens" in comparison to the
Oroat White Ghost."
A member of tho t bin's comuaii)
maintained a veiy Interesting log of
the trip down frum the Sound wlilch
Is reproduced below:
From Seattle to Honolulu on Board
the Ship Ertklno M. Phelps.
Commander Robert J. Graham.
We read in the 07lli Psuhr, till
23rd verse as follows: "Thei I mil
go doiiu to the sci In rhlps, that do
business In great waters! those mo
thu works of thn I .Old mid bis -iiml
ers In the diep." Those who bip
pined to bo on binrd of tho good ship
Itrskliie M. Phelps on thn inen.et,rhk'
liioii'lug of the yth l)oc( niber, l""r
havo good icason moio pcilupa linn
oven before to upprtrlato these won
derful truths expiesred hv lli' psalm
1st. Tim Ersklnq M, I'lulps, com
mantled by Robert T. (iraham, left
Port Ton use ml., w here plie hid called
to pick up a ciew, on HI la) everting
tho 11th Inst., In tow of tln He;
"nee. It bad been nrranged, so l
undci stood, betneeii our tnptnlii mid
tho raptnln of I lie (owboat, that pin
vldlng tho weather und wind at Cupo
Mattery was uiifuvoiiihle that we
would anchor In Ciilhim 11a): howcier
that may bo the fart remains that
early the next morning when I camo
on deck Capo Flatteiy bore by (lit
after compn'-s nluul S. E.. that is to
say our poi'.on was about Iho miles
to tho N. W. of the Capo and our pel
slsteut little tug seemed bent upon
ilingglng us out to sol-whether we
liked It or no, In Iho face of a south
east galo of wind and heavy sea that
made Itself uncoiiifoilnhly apparent as
wo emerged out from under the shel
ter of the land The question of (urn
Ing back nt this lain hour being
deemed Impracticable by tuir captain
there wns nothing to do but stand m.
It wns tint long ero I lieaul two blasts
of tho tug's whistle, u pollto Intlma
Hon for us to mnku sail, which was
followed up later b) three more blasts
ii sUnul to let go tho hawser fiom our
vessel. Thero wns. howoier. no need
for this second order as will tho tug
straining nt us bioad off on tho port
bow, tho vvlro pennant attached to tho
low rope nnd made fast to oi.r foro
bits must havo chafed itself In two
ncrPBg our storn. sb I heard the mate
calling nut that the tow Hup had part
ed anil thus our vessel wns udrlft at
the mercy of a.ic'g tless galo of wind
that from the 8. E. had veered in
south and thenco to southwest In nu
nuiu;liigly short space of time, placing
us in about ns precarious n position as
It s well nigh possible to conceive
with only two Jower topsails set
while driving broadside tow aula tho
much-dreaded Vancouver coast, which
lay upon our leo only some few miles
il.'Btant. It did not requlio a' Bailor to
pel cell o tho Imminent peril In width
wo wero suddenly thrown, and tho
story seemed to como very foidlblj to
my mind whero the darkle said that
ho preferred u railway accident to u
shipwreck, as in tho rormor catnstro
pho ")oii knows where )ou Is, but In
the luttor tho question nrlses 'Whero
Ib you?" Hero then was the nhfor
seen and unsought oppoitmilt) for
our gallant captain to show Just what
can lie accomplished in nn emergency
by competent seamanship and naviga
tion comblnod, whero tlio vessel Is sov
worthy and well found with rigging
spars nnd sails. Ileforo mo stood a
man, ono of tho old school, Hint was
about to ho tested. Above tho screech
ing galo that whistled thioiigh tbo
shiouds I could hear resounding
throughout Hie ship Iho stcnloilati
voice of this veteran seaman ns with
galling gun inpldlty ho fired volley nr
tor vollov of oiders at tho officers and
rrcivj near a band there nnd looso
tunt foresail, down tuck ana rtuimoi
Aloft some of jou nnd loore the main
uiipeiiupsnii. eet tlio main and mlz
zou Mn) sails. Hoist tlio Inner Jib.
Sheet homo tho mlzzen tops-ill! And
bo on, nail after sail being Set until
In a -very short time our nnhlo craft
was falny sraggerlng under un lm.
liiicusti press of canvas. Suddenly a
mountaliious set nnnroieb,.,i nu r,.,...
to wludwaid and wtj( t,v BPIllI ,)f )t
the ship gave a terrific lurch to loo
ward, carrying away over) thing looso
".. .no uccKs ami in me cabin, whilst
burjiiiB deep the starboard rail, nt
. i ' ",uu" ,u Honl "0 Kuis of shlu
Klo ballast was lllorall) hm,, t ,,
tend f i oni poft tu, stat board In the
Wednesday, December 29.
Paget Sound portB Krsklno M.
Phelps, Am. sp.
Thursday, December 30.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
stair., a. m.
Per jBtmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii
and Maul poits, Dec, 30. T, J, Muling,
Mrs. J. O. -Wilder, D. If. Davis. Mrs.
Davis, Mrs. 8. Davis, W. K. Postci,
Mrs. Foster, W. B. Anderson, 13. S.
Newman, Mrs. Newman. J, Klrkland,
Miss W, Von Seggern, Miss A. Ills
gaard, Mrs. W. Wilson, W. C. .Moore,
.1. O. Duarte, W. J. Yates, Mrs. Koh
lor. C, W. Ashford, U. I). Aschcll, J.
Per Bttnr. Claudlne, for Mnul and
Hawaii ports, Dec. 31. Miss F. Cro
zlor, Mr. Train, 8. Motklnl, P. E. liar
very, Mrs. P. Ho, Mrs. 11. Deas.
Per stmr. W. O, Hall, for Lanal
ports, Dec, 30. Ethel Leo Toma, Mrs.
K. C. Wong, Miss Rose Alolau, Mrs.
13. II. Ahl, Miss M. Kong. Miss M.
Poi stmr. Mauna Kca, for Illlo nnd
way ports. Jan. 4 T. C. Davles. P. II.
Sheridan and party, Judgo S. M. nat
ion, Mrs. Sumner.
Per stmr. Mauna laia, for Konn und
Kail ports, .Inn. r, A. Fernando, Mis.
Femandcz. J. K. Kulukoii, 1. P. Mi
tlerla, MltB E. Moore. O. S. Ilonl, M.
Osgood, A. Jones, Mrs. loiies, W. t.
Per stmr, Mlknhala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, Jan. 4. Charles Gay
nnd family, Itex Hitchcock, W. Mutch, .
Mrs. 11. O. Clark,
it ' it It it it ititiHtKti it
lowei hold throwing thn vessel almost
on her bennitfiids. Nothing daunted,
our captain's next order was down ho-lo-
nil linnd and trim ballast, and this
work being carried oat with piomptl
t in o by tho crew under thu able sup-
erviMuu in capaoie ouicers, it was not
long before tho vessel began to right
herself, Ihcie'by lellevlng tho exces
sive strain mi the lunsts, arils and
rigging. In thu gray morning light I
onco caught a glimpso of tlio Cap
tain's wife peering out from tho coin
pan Ion way Into tho storm blast and
i noticed there the siuio fearless ex
pression that characterized and dom
inated tho entire make up of her sail
or husband. Mrs. Graham, who by
the wa). oolongs to the old Rust fam
ily of Virginia has sailed ho seas
thioiigh storm and sunshine with Con
tain Graham for sixteen )cars, during
which tlmo she bus become quite an
expert navigator as well as under
standing iicaumiishlp. Her groat pres
ence tu mimi and juiir"ucnt lias on
more than one occasion s mod Invalu
able, qnce especial!) 'when tho Krsklno
M. Phelps broke ndilft from her inooi
ligs during n gale of wind whilst hy.
ing at the dock In Norfolk and drilled
out Into the stream. Captain Giahiim
being ashore at tho time, Mrs. Gra
ham promptly oidered both anchors
to ho let go. thereby ilng for tlio
owners a big salvago Job. -
About noon the wind freed slightly
nnd with the yards checked n. ,o
Hern Off Ilk, n itnrtln.1 .1, .... .., .1
. . ..... .. u.H(,.k., ..I..-, ul IIIU
rate of 14 knots per hour, plunging
iiuiiii in in a tieavy sea and Increasing
our dlstanco from the dreaded Van
couver shores. As I stood on tlio
wenlhcr sldo of the poop graBplng Iho.
shrouds of tho rigging I could not re
frnln fiom secretly ndnilrliiR tho splen
did seamanship and navlgutlon Hint I
had that morning witnessed and which
doubtless saved tho underwriters from
footing nn enormous hill, Tho follow.
Ing day, Sunday, wo woro still nhlo to
edge to windward, and on Monday,
tho 13th Inst., the wind hauled to tho
norlhenst, settling down Into n (Inn
fresh breezo. wlilch allowed of every
stitch of sail being set, nnd "with Iho
jards properly trimmed, tho "gre-it
white clipper," beneath a sky of nzuro
iluo. was soon racing through thn
hrlii) spumo, throwing from off her
bons the sprajs that midst sparkling
sunshine fell in rainbow, showers
ncrosB tho foiecastlq deck whilst
gracefullv courtosyliig to tlio hlllnwn
that nnw no longer seethed ami laabod
tho sides of the ship In wild furi-.
Astern ns far as the oo could reach
I marked the vessi's wako snonv
vvhlto life joast. as from the taffrall
resounded the Ick of the patent log
which, wh long whlto lino nnd bright
copper fan. went flying round at
lightning, speed, registering tho ves
boLh Bpeed thioiigh Iho walnr, Oiep.
head woro thn beautiful gulls roaring
gracefullv, forover on tho wing, scan
rung wltli eager eyo the onn who
feeds them on the wiy. On Riiuthv.
tho 2(lth Inst., our lino weather was
somewhat uhruptly brought in an end
by n strong southory gnlo called a
konn springing tip, which neeossllat
ed shortening sail down to topsails,
ainro then up to duto Wednesday tlio
:uth Inst, thoio has been a continu
ance of squalls, baffling wlnda and
rain which has Impeded our nnw.,
considerably, and no one feels sorry
that Honolulu is now In sight
ThuiFdny. 30ll Inst., 9 a. ni.' A low.
hmt has Just como alongsldo and tak
en onr hawvr. The giivcnimo doe
tor lius passed tho ship. Th sills
clencd up. and lines are all ready
SMrtZF a M " "- i
ARTHUR KNIGHT OREaao.V. '
The light-weight girl gttt t0 ronsf
n a young man's Itneo ofienet Ihau
hor obeso sister,
Our Idea of a bom diplomat Ib n
I " ...V. .... "mK.n n '"""'ly woman
bellovo that her mlrio lies.
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