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EVENINO nTJLLKTrN, HONOMTU), T. II.. THURSDAY, DnC.,30, 1900.
fc fT"''1 " " ' ' l ! l M - - - T ,..,--, I,,,
All visiting members of tlio
Order tiro cordially lnlteil to
nttciul meetings of local lodgis
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. 1'. Hall
7:50 P. SI.'
' MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
.BENEFICIAL AVIATION. ciations cor
! dially invited.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. O.F.
Meets every Monday evening at
fc"7:30 In I. O. 0. r. Hall. Fort Street
E. It. HKNDItY. Sccretivry.
V. O. WIcke, N. C-.
All vlsltlnc brother)) VC'v eoi-dtallv
!OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Hay ovciilug at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall
1 corner Tort nnd HcxctauU. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. It. NUQCNT. C. G.
It. QOSLIXO.i:. It. S.
i HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, 11. P. O.
.Elks, meets In their hall, on King
IBtrcct. near Fort, every Friday even.
ft lag. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Ft invited to attend. - - -
J 13. A. DOUTHITT, 13. It.
ii. u. uasiu.n, cc y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
' Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ftflally Invited to attend.
h. A. Pi:imv, Sachem.
13. V. TODD, C. ot It.
. $ HONOLULU AEREE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
.7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucrctanla and Port streets.
Visiting Hanles are Invited to at
tend. l,i. W. M. McCOV, W. Pres.
1 II. T. MOOKK, Secy.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8;K.ofP.
pp.-?' mcevs every -nil ana lilt oaiuruay
!? t'evcnlnc at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
if' Hall, cor. Tort and Ilcretnnla. Visit
p lng brothers cordially Invited to at
T. M. McRIlHW. C. C.
. E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. S.
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!0il now Leads all Mineral Productions in the
State of California, Gold takes second place
Gold is in second place among the mineral productions of Califor
nia. Petroleum take3 the icau now oy a substantial margin ot .o,uuu,.
8000. Ten years ago California prcduccd 2,000,000 banels of oil. Last
year it produced more than 48,000,000 barrels, a clear cain of 8,000,000
'barrels over the product of 1007. The value of tho 1908 product, in
i .4.nl.M Is ,n..i.n.l 1 41... c4ntn MiJnnMlnni.t n. ... 90 R ffl (tV
jmAt the present tjme at least one-half
crease and -stocks "advauce.
' All investors should n't in touch with this exceptionally nrofitablc
industry, Now is the tunc for investment in meritorious oil stocks
Mich as w'o recommend. Ask for ah oil hock nnd inuikct letter. Sent
free upon request. Our reprcscntat've in Honolulu, Mr. F. L. Kiblcr, is
n member of tha California Stock -Exclifince of San Francisco, and will
be pleased to impart full inforiuatim concernine the California 'oil
business to those interested. Call oh. or write him at the Alexander
ygiintf Hotel, HonoluliiIlppmiOO,
Gtary liUut, Jiau I'raucutu,
Shapes. Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Foit Street
HISS. J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
I The Holidays
REGAL SHOE CO.
hint: and Eelhcl.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. S3 Merchant St.
At All Watcbdealers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts.. Hoodnlr
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come tack.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc All kinds cf KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Hade T
When Ilahy was tick, wo' saio hei
When bho was a Child, sho cried foi
When sho became Miss, slio clung to
When sho had Children, sho gavo them
FANCY DRY GOODS
W'ah Ying Chong Co.,
Kins St., Ewa Fish Mtrkct.
tnd cloth of A-l quality can be put
O Rot flfil TMenhonii Ml
of the California listed oil stocks
Lincoln JIortRape-cl; Loan 'Go., 160
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. love.
y Island Transfer.
1 D GENERAL ava,iBR-drillinK'
Drtying andExpmsing IVACT1VG
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. McDougall, Prop. Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Sticara
DIAZ GIVES ZELAYA
CITY OK M MX ICO, Dec. 30. "You talk Inu iim-li," Is, In Milistunro,
the comment which President Diaz mr.do lo former I'rcsldent Zelayn of
N'lrariigun In tho courpo of n coucrf.tl(iii today. .MpxIco'h 'resident
gave the deposed dlitntor a little friendly tuMrc and rnullimed him to
refrain from ex.pi whip his private opinions too freely nnd in'onilsctt
ously. When Zel.iya nnled heio Wednesday, he lnoiight with him two
portmanteau filled with gold nnd a tliKl literally huistlng with paper
mone . ,
TO BOYCOTT FOOD TRUSTS
WA.SHINCTO.W Dee. 30. With the view to bojcoitlliK tlios-p eom
hlnatlons of eapltnl which lurrease the cost of living, u untlonal anti
trust league Is being organized here.
The movement Is ntttnetlng consldcinlilc nttcntiou nnd many Con
gressmen liae become Interested.
NEW FLYING RECORD MADE
Jl'SlVY, Dee. 30. One lutndrcil nnd twenty-four miles In two
hourR and thirty-two mlimles Is tho iccoid inndo licro today by do In
Clrnne In his monoplane. This feu establishes a new world's record
NEW TURKISH VIZIER
CONSTAXTIXOPl.i:. Dec. 30.
Italy, has been aipolntciI gin nd vizier.
m . i
CITY WILL IMPROVE
SAX ntANClPCO, Dee. 30. The
bonds for tho impiovemcut of the Otury stiect triini tar line, tho muni
clpul street car system.
ASKS TAFT TO INTERVENE
MINXMAI'OI.I.-?. Dee. 30. Mny,r Haines today nenl a tclegnim to
President Taft, asMng lilm to Intervene in the switchmen's stilke with
the view to i-cmlng a settlement of ho dlrfcicnces iHvecn the switch
men nnd the railroads.
I.APOUTI:, Dee. 30. t.amphcrc
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for talo
it the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. 8lx for a
Automobiles It per hour. Phono !.
Call and sco Mlko Patoii at tho Kn
.Motor cycle delivery by tlio A. xl. a,
for tlio American Steam Laundry.
Automobiles hack rates, Kiuplio
stand. Phono 213. Uetliol and Hotel.
Physical culturo and niiusagu given
by Pror. Daiou, CI, D2 Young Hotel.
Don't forget Mrs. Dlckerson s great
elearaneo sale, commencing Monday,
For a good rollablo auto, call up
Phone 609 and get Joe I-cal's toven
If you want a good job dmio on an
auto or carriage, taku It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Mrs. Dlckiirson's elearaneo salo Is
still going on. .
Ainoilcan Messenger Service deliv
ers Atneilean Slcam Laundry.
Tlieio will be two deliveries from
Iho Metropolitan Market on K-ldiii- '
moriow, and none on Saturday, New
learu uay. ll)0 uiarsei wm cn.o
liromptly at 9 o'clock on Saturday.
Enter for cup, medal and cash
awards at the poultry show. Winner
or loser, you are thus listed amenjr
hreedero and sellers. Your nremium
list is at the B u 1 1 e t i n office. Get
it thish hafternoon, and take the
rest of the year to select your best
birds. Boost for more poultry fruit!
The prettiest of hats, butb trimmed
and iintriuimed, aru being shown ut
K Uyedu's, 102& Niiuuiiii street.
Older jour Wood and coal from
Unlou-Piirlflo Transfer Co., phouu r.vs.
uud on will gut entire satlsfaclloii.
This coniiiaiiv handles the very b-jsl
of those commodltieD at the lowest
maiket in Ices.
EVENING AND BUSINESS SUITS
Choice patterns in Eng lish and American weaves,
An individuality in every suit.
W. W. AHANA & CO.
(i'i b'o, Kine SI. t ...... . , Hu Branches.
Hnsha llcy, TiukUli
taxpayers today voted to Issue
died here today of tuberculosis.
The Evenine Bulletin
will issue as usual tcmorrow, Satur
day, January 1, 1910.
Livery mid bouid stables, saddle and
dilvlng horceB for "tTo or lilie. Hlg
with or without dilvers. Club sl:blu.
.'i ot. 109.
(lient bargains In the celebrated
"Honie-mado'' imderucar sale at Whit
ney & Marsh's on .Monday.
The amiiinl January salo of imllc-.'
muslin iiuderuoar "111 begin 'Monday,
Jnnary 3rd at Sachs Dry floods Co.
Seu window dlst.l.iy uud nolo the big
reductions in prices.
Tho .ladles' department of DIshoii
Trust Co. is now open under thu suji
ervlslon of Miss Mclnlyio. Ladles aio
Invited to communlcato with Miss Me
lntjro In icgjrd lo the new depart
ment. Al consultations Inc.
Firecrackers, talcum powder and
Hour, are all on tlio Inbii list this oven
lug ami Iho pullet) will deal ttiletly
wllli iitijoiio wlio tliiiivv-H any of the
Louis beat Goldy In tho Y, M. C. A.
tennis tournament this morning: the
scoru was fi-2. 7-3. Larimer vv!l piay
Llvlngstoiiu at 3:3" this nrtcrnooii, and
tomorrow morning Louis nnd Cardcn
will try conclusions.
Representative Kanlho of Kohnla,
Hawaii, Is giving a big luau tonior
icivv at his residence on Kuaklnl
Miect. A large number of pigs hnvo
been K-curod for tho feast and a
ticniehdous crowd of guests is ex
pected, Tlio Porto nicap unman who de
manded that (be grave of her child
should be opened In order that Bhe
could satisfy herbelf that tho body was
loally Jhut of her offspring. Is now
convlnred that tho rorpso Is that of
tier child. The grave wan opened yes-
leriiay ami thu lemalus Identified by
.1 ltassmusscn wus taken to tho
pullco station this afternoon uud
booked for Investigation. i0 was
armed with a brand new revolver
and had alto n box of cartridges In
un .several previous (incisions
icassmiiHfeon has been, according to
the police, taken to rim station mid
learcheil ror flicurms. Jt is thought
tiat t-o'iiU doinestlq Irmiblo Is at tho
lottoui of tho mutter, mid It In m,.
sldered yls(,.to lock the man up till
ueotuois uown a little
IN FOHEIQN PORTS
Friday, December 31.
SBATtl.Iy-ttallcil Dec., 31:
S. S. lijades, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, December 29.
SYDNIiY Arilved Dec. 27:
8. S. Mnkmn, Iiciipu IHo. II.
YOKOHAMA ArrUod Dee. 2G:
S. a. Asia, licucu Dec. 1 1.
Tuesday, December 23.
OAVIOTA Sailed Dee. 21:
Hp. M. Chlleoll, for llonolulii.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 23:
H. 8. Slbciln, for Honolulu.
SAN rilAN'CISCO Arrived Dor. 2
H. S. Alameda, heiico Dee. 22.
SAN ITlANClSCO-.Salled Dec. 2S:
H. 8. Tens (i Mar", 2 p. in., for Ho
j a -
8; o,o jo mm i
M KAUAI LAND
One "f the big motlg.icca of I In
ear was filed with the lteglslrnr of
Conveynnees today by lliu lioloa Hall
way Company. The nmomtt of Iho
mortg:ii5t Is " ')). ""d ncrorilluK t
tho conditions then In riee!lle.1, It I.
to run :i jcar fioni date, at pl.t per
Tho mortgage Is inailo hy the Kami
Trull and I.nn.I Company In the Kiilui
Itnllnny Company. In iiecordanco with
the eondillous of the morlgaga lhe
land company glies two pleies of tan 1
containing 1B3 aeies of land, with wat
er rights, tools nnd machinery of the
pineapple company, Militated at Knlu
Ilea, Koloi, Kauul.
it alRo convened 2.11 rl-ares of ttoclt
In the Kauai Km It and I.atnl Co., to
gether with nil the crops ami ptiuluctK.
Provision Is mule lor the panient on
account of principal In the mini of
?2.'l)3 upon thlity days' notice.
Paul Isenborg, as president nil S,
M. Dallou. as treasmcr. t-lgned ftv thD
Kaul l'iu:i nn.l Land Company.
Workmen will soon be eiigiged in
teaiing down the buildings now u'
Haalclea. Lawn, Hotel an 1 Uk-hanii
streets, to make way fur thu new build
ing of the University Club, the founda
tion for which will ha lil.i as soon u
tlio properly Is cleared of tho bullun
Ings now upon It. Tho University Cliio,
bay been considering sites for Its now,
homo for snvet.il years pact and hav
ing finally concluded the negotiations
for the Hanlclea l.nvvn piopcity and
the plans diaun the e'lib wdll linn.,
tho roiiFlriictlon work and hopes to hi
In the new home within n i-lini t tlm
The bullillng will he beml-mlsslou In
Its ilylo of iirclilteetiiro and will hav
a frontage on Itlehttids stieet of l')i
itei ami a iroiitnge nu Hotel stieet ul
104 feet. It will have a iii'idlunsio
and the club looms wlil open out onto
Sim Iff .larrelt Is busy Investigat
ing n stabbing ease that happened a
week ngo at Walauae tdautnllon.
It appears tint a Japanese woman,
who Is toiisblered to V' a little out
of her mind, giii'bhcil a razor and cut
herself .icrowi the stomach.
The wound was ill e wed shortly
after It wns Inflicted, and the woman
st-iit to tlio Walpaliu hospital. As
thcie were Fi'viiral uses of fever
there, tho doctor In chaigo icuini
incuded tho woman's leinoval to the
.InpiineMj hospltnl In Honolulu,,
The woman was given a letter .to
tho hospital nnd stinted for that In
i.tlliitlon. She never went to the
hospll.il, and It Is nidged (bat she
v It-lie. I u Kahuna who is supposed to
have tiented her. At any rate tho
Wound healed up, but now tho wo -
man Is showing signs of souio otheri
tioitble, juid, its thnro mny bo
suinctliliiK behind tho whole busl
ncts, she and her husband me helm:
taken before the sherlf and ho will
look Into tho wholu matter.
l' A. U-jgg, tho man who is alleg
ed lo have cut up n follow workman
at Wafcrtowii at Christmas time,
lias been allowed his liberty. It up
penis that Oter.son, tho man who was
Injured, hud no wish to pi ess thu
chnrgo agiifnft llegg, UUi as tho lat
ter wiib badly chewed up In tha
11101,09, the luatlor has been dioppcd.
Hegg. on being icleased tills
morning, ut onco ilcpiuted for tlio
Quoon's Hospital, mid thou and
there Miuok hands with the man ho
Injured. Tho whole affair was the
result of it drunken "Jo.v jlile," lit
which a whole bttiitli of men tool;
Thorn will I,,, lu-n u ...
' ..v ii.
lliu league gioiiuds loniormw nfiei
noon The first game will b0 bctwu.t
Hie Piiiialious and the Illj;li Hf-lrni in
blnit at 1.30. Tho si-con 1 giituo w.ll
upon up nt 3:30 ami H between the
Sialics and tlio Honolulu Iron Worit.
hunch. The baud will be in iilt.nd
imce. .ll. - 4, if , MAA.., .,
' VESSELS TO ARRIVE I'j ARRIVEO.
Saturday, January 1. -Kauai
ports Klnail, stmr.
Bunco, January 2.
Maul and Molokal polls Mlknhala
Pott San Luis Lansing, Am, slim.
Monday, January 3. .
Illlo Manna Kea, (special lilp).
Manila via Nagasaki Slu rldan, U
8. A. T.
San -'rnnelr,eo Tenyo Mam, T. K.
K. S S.
Wednesday, January S.
Aiutrallau poits via Suva .Mo.itia
C. A. H. S.
Keual poits W. O. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, January 6.
Maul pnitsCl.iudlnc, stmr.
Hongkong and Japan orts Slbctla
P. M 8. S.
rrlday, January 7.
San IVancltco-Al.imela, (). S. 8.
Saturday, January S.
Vancouver Aureus). O A S. S
llnvnll and .Maul ports .Mann
Monday, January 10.
San Fr.iiielyoi Mexican, A.-H. 0. t-'
Tuesday, January 11.
Hong'iong and Jnpin ports Maiuli I
Mnru, T. K. K. S. S.
Wednesday, January 12.
Sail l-'ranclrru l.iiillno, ?1. N." S. S.
Thursday, Ja.vuary 13.
. Sail Francisco Korea, P. M. S, S.
Friday, Jcnuary 1-1.
Hongkong and .Input poits China.
P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, January 13.
San Francisco I Illnnlan, M. N. S. S
VESSELS TO DEPART
Maui pints- Ul.iiiilne
stmr.. . i. m.
tilp) Mauna Kje.1
Saturday, January 1.
lloiig'eng Aiiieilc-i Maru, T. K. K.
8. S.. 'I a. in.
Monday, January 3,
Jnpin ports ami Hongkoiig-rTcnjo
Main. T. K. K. S. S.
Snlln-i Cruz, vli Kalmlnl, Kaampall
and Illlo Virginian A, 11. S. S.
Kauai limts Noai. Btiur.
Tuesday, January ).
HI!o and way poits Mauna Kea
San Francisco Slicrldan, II. 8. A.
Maul ami Molokal poits MIkalinli,
Kauai portn Kliriu slmr.
Wednesday, January 5.
Vancouver Mo-iuu. c A. S. S,
Thursday, Jinuary 6.
Kauai purls W. (1. Hall, stmr.
Friday, January 7.
San Francisco Siberia. P M. 8 S
Hawaii ami Maul ports Chtnlltiu
Saturday, January 3.
Sydney and Atuilrall.ui poru Ao
ransl, llr. slmr.
Tuesday, January 11.'
Maul and Mo'iikal poits Ml'(,ihil,i
Ki) r., u p. m.
South Ametlcan ports Maiishu
Maru. T. K. K. S. S.
Kmiul porta Kliiau, fliiir, n u. m.
Illlo and way poits Mu.iiri K...
Wednesday, l.inuary 12.
San l'riinclkco Alaniod.i, O. S, S.
Thursday, January -13.
Japan purl a ami Hongkong Korea
P. SI, 8. S.
Friday, January 14,
San Fiiint'lsi-o-Chliri. P. SI. S. S
Friday. Januiry 21.
Him 1-raiirlt.eo Sltiiicliurlu, P.
j , WATERFRONT NOTES j
t i i i-i :. " li kku "siaTvCra1
which tailed fiom Honolulu for Sid
i"ey; N'.' S' W" '" SmUl1 Sen Island
, ; " 'i'""' "' imvinirrneii in
tlio Australian port on .Monday.
Si:cili;TAItY of tlio Navy Slo)i-r. In
Ills uiiiiu.il rcpoit, opposoa the build
ing or warships in tlio Nnvy Yards.
Tho estlmutos for 1910 mo $10,011,
000 less than those of tho present year.
Pimsuu PIHI.IPP3 of the Intor
Iblnud steamer .Matinii Ken tejioils
the following bitgur awaiting ship
ment mi Hawaii: P.iaiiliau 3,100,
Punaluil 4,7."2 and Honiinpii ,n&8
Till: ASIHIIICAN bailt Saint Kath
etlue was ronni-tn.i nu .iiu,.!,..,...!....
go brought down from Ban FmiicIfcii
at Illlo, whllii tho lurkentlnu npika-
nun was m iMiiiiiiui ut the tlnuwif the
depi'ituio of tho bluanicr Claudlne ror
C. IlltKWKlt ; CO. will dispatch
the American buk II. p. het ror
Sun riiiurlKii mi f,j. about ,7anti,ii-y s
TIiIb vessel w take taigitr ballast to
tlio i-oabt. Tlio Itllhet haa first elass
pasenger nceoiuniodatinn Tor six to
lllllFUlMf f,M.,t,.-,i ..- ,. . .
' . ' ' "V " " "' "'" M
iiiid . Ir.u ,1,.... x' ,!
" ..-inti'i ,, . i), 11-111 lpo(tl me
luimwiiig iiitgar nvvjltliii; idilpuu-ul on
Kau ii. S22 backs M. A. K 7191 saeltb
(I and It. limn K. ,s. SI., I.lii sacks K
iv. ii., i.uij nicies V. K., 1619 siiclta!
icii., umi i,.iu sacus II, si. Biigar.
l.r.n-P ,rM.,.t...7,.' "" l,a'"'- ,or mm' "
JUKI lOW.NbLND udvlce- itpuitlieka hau bctn laid up
J - MT.' ttaTi V s'A '(" ,.''!.
Thursday, DOreiulier 3".
Hongkong and Japan poi(s Nippon.
Man.; T. K. K. 8. H, $
' Friday, December. !.TI.
Illlo llllo mill way, ports Mtuinu
Kea, alinr. - V
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., n. m
Hawaii puit Mlliati. kltur., a. in.
In dlsttess -Millmiiri.i, llr. slmr.,i
Friday, Jleccmbar .TI.
San Francisco Nippon Miiru, .,;ip.
stmr, t'.ir, a. in.
Illlo (special tilp) Mauna Ke-i,
t-tlur., I p. ii.
.Per T. K..K. S. 8. Nlpiin Slant,
fioni Hongkong mill .lap in ports. Dec.
31. Pur Honolulu: Sirs. F. Iv. Clay
ton. .1. Sllraudcz. Tliroutsli: Slisii L.
lilouut, .1, A. Cockbiirn, (I. Denrmi 'id,
.1. Hunt. A. W. Jackson, O. A. Jump
M'li, It. Kamlk-iwa mid servunt, Sirs.
Kntstt Katullciwa, Sirs. Kaorti KnmP
knwa, tnst.n D. Klkuchl. Dr. O. P.
Knight Sir?. l P. Knight and Infant.
Miss C. Lnt-Bcii llhdiop W S. Lewis,
Jlra. W. 8. Lew la II. Robertson, t. A.
Tliii'iipron. T. W. Trlmblo, Sirs. T. W.
Trlti'ble nnd liifcnt. Dr. 1). F. Vnll, S.
(J. Waideii. j(rs. S. (1. Warden. i?ml
Sniltt, C. O. Ab.-ahamren. i:rlp TJader,
!:. Ill owning. It, llawley, J. Rider.
Per stmr. Mauna Kei, fioni Havvm.
and .Maul orts. Dip. 31. SUni M.
Kinney, SHss L. Tappnn, F. II. Fouler,
Mrs. Fouler W. A. llr) an. Sirs. Ilryau,
Itov. M. K. Xuktilnn, Mian llolllner.
N. K. Sinylho. Mrs. Smythe and (lld.
1). A. Carvalho, C, Lehners, Capt " in.
llnwu. C. Woltors II. W. Filler. ." is.
Filler. II. (.firman Sir. Lyman. T.rs.
Lvniaii and child. A. J. Sllllmai) W.
McDoyall Miss SI. Ilhid, Sirs. " in.
Hind Slosher A. Long. Mica 1). C." i.
rey. .Miss Nobrign MIjd M. Kuiiips
ber. Sirs. Dnytou i I' ron, J. J. li)e.
I. S. Haiiinionl, It. J. Rlchardsop, St.
Fskhard. Mrs. F. Iluth, Ml km llurb,
.Miss F. Cllbb II. (Jililj. Rev. Ii S. Tlmo-teo.-.MIss
Piirnlnin, M!s" jt.icDoimlii,
.Mrs. W. 11. King Mrs. SI. Cummings,
I PASSENOERS BOOKED l'
Per stmr. Cliiudlne, for Slaul and
Hawaii ports. Dec. 31. .Miss F. C'to-.
zlcr, Mr. Train 8, Mfdkliil. F. P.. Ilur
very, Sirs. F. Ho, Mrs. II. Deas.
Pel stmr. .Minim Ke-t, for Illlo and
way poitn, Jr.n. I. T. t!. Davlos P. II.
t-'li-rl Ian and parly. Jndgo 3. SI. Hal.
loir. Mrs. Suinner.
Per Ftmr. Mauna Lea, Ttir ICotiit mid
Kail potts. Jan. r,.- A. I'crtmnde, Mix
Fernniiflfx, J. K. Keliiku't. I. P. Slo
deiln, Slltt K. Moore. (!. P.-Ilonl, SI.
Osgood, A. Jones, .Mis. loiie'i, V. C.
Per -tmr." Sllknhiil.t. for .Maul nirt
Slu'tikal poits. Jan. 4. Cbailes (lay
and family. Rex Hlrchcoek, W. .Mutch.
Mrs. II. (). Clark.
.Malls are ituu nt Honolulu frunt
points as rolhms:
San Ft iinch eo Tenyo Slain. Jim. 3.
Colonies Per Sloaiia. Jim. r,
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Jan. S.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as follows:
Yokohama- Tor Tenyo Maru Ian. 3.
Vancouver Per Sloana, Jan, r.
Colonics Per Aoransl, Jan, S.
Iliifoid. arrived at San Pr.iiicltco froiii
llniiolitlu Oct IT,
Dlx, rrom Hoiioliitu for Mrtillii, Dec. 27.
Logan, fioni llunuliilii, for .Manila,
Thomas, arilved Sail Franclaco.
Pltt'ild sailed fioni .Mnnll.i for San
Fiatu-lsco Dee. 1 1.
:s :: :: :s :: ; :: :: n n :: ::
j tlio pnrcliaso of fiiKy-revcn noies of
umi on Kuhn's spll for hhlplitillillua
purposes, ulleglng a e.oinblii-tllou lie-
twem IletTeinau, tho Moran yards nnd
13. W. Slol.inder, p.iv Kvcrclt holler
maker, COAL IS now goltij; liito the bunk
ers ot the United States "luvenuo iitt
tcr Thetis as she lav h nt anchor III
tho.btieam. The vessel is exiected
lo get n way Cor a eiitlsu to the out
l)lug bird Islamb liefure very long.
Till-: AMKIHCAX bark Knliiluiil,
having taken on 2,(i0n tons or biigar,
was dlspiitcbed lor San Francisco
through thu agency of II, HaeKfelil
L c,inl'aliy y
P ho vt,a-sel lmo '
cmaliied at Himululu
Blnco Sept. 20.
JOHN P, IIAKFII, Piet.ldtllt ot tlio
Alaska Coast Cunipmy, ban cutiflrnieil
the iiurcliitbe o; tlio iitenmsliip Ken
tuck) at New York hy his' toiupjiiy.
Captain Slooio or Ilia bleiiushlp I'ort
lap,! will go to' Nu,w Yoi-It to lrlug thu
vusff'l around Iho Horn. Tlio Ken
luck) will bo operated between T.t
coma milt i'llncu William Goirul.
AITI-MI A Vi;VIF!l Idleiiesu the
lielgliter liumka or the Pailllf) L'O.nt
Steamship Company wlH'uu lutti mr
vleo ngulii. Sho will ply between 8, in
Fraucjsco and Paget Hound mid will
probably bo cmjaged In tin- ooal-eairy-
tr the Kit-
.wti. ' d-w iJVW -JU.