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'VV rr,W ' JL ' Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers. " "V -V m "W J C W!
S. i- JWin
: Weekly Calendar
t. Oceanic Installillon.
All visiting members of tno
Older nre cordially lnltcd to
uttoiiil meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:C0 P. M.
MAtllNt tNulrtrJcriS' other Asso
.BENEFICIAL ASSft,'lATIQH. ciations cor
HARMONY LOME, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Moots oory Monday evening at
7:30 In 1. O. q. r Hall, l'ort Street.
E. It, HENDRY, Secretary.
f P. D Wlcke. N. O.
All visiting brothers cry. Cordially
OAxIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mcots tvery tlrst and third rYl
iday evening at 7:30 In K. Ot 1. Hull,
corner Fort and Bergenia. Visiting
liolhcra cordially Invited to attend.
, ' l 11. NUGENT, C. C.
I ' "ft. GOSLINO, K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODQE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 610, II. P. O.
Kll:s, meets In their hall, on King
Etrcot, near Tort, ccry Friday even.
Ing;. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIHTT, E. 11.
K. O. EASTON, Soc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurfl
Uays ot each month at Knights ot
I'jthlaa Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. l'KRriY, Sichcm.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
,- HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
y Meets on tbo 3nd and 4th WED-
Ni'SDAY oenlngs of each month at
btf '7:20 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
"y Berrtnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles arc Invited to ut
t, , lend. '
V , W. M. McCOY. W. Pros.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
' V7m. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP.
Moets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7x30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. -Fort and Borctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. M. McfJKUW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. 11. B.
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;0il now Leads all Mineral Productions in the
State of California, Gold takes second place
Gold is in second place amoncr the mineral productions of Califor-
jnia. Petroleum takes the lead now by a iuhstahtial margia of $0,000,
iOOO. Ten veai-s aero California nroduccd 2.00D.OOO barrels of oil. Last
7car it produced moro than 48,000,000 barrels, a clear train of 8,000,000
barrels over the product of M07, Thd value of the 1D08 produot, in
petroleum, is est 'mated by the state mineralogist at over" $20,000,000,
At the present time at least one-half of the California listed oil stocks
rrejpayinp; dividends, and, as the prfce advances, so will dividends in
crease nnd stocks advance.
All investors should get in tojoli with this exceptionally profitable.
industry, Now is the tinfc for investment in .meritorious oi) stocks
hueh as we recommend. Ask for nti oil book nnd market letter. Sent
i-frce upon request. Our representative in Honolulu, Mr. V. L. Kiblcr, Is
la member of 'California StockEwhanRe of San Fjancisco, 0Jidyii''!w
ibe pleased to impart rnir mionnatitn conccnuntr tne uamorma ou
Blnslues to those interested. Call oi. or wnto him at the Alexander
EXuuiii; Hotu, Honolulu, Room CO,
Shapes, Trimraingi and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
1111 Fort Street
MTvS. J. R03EHBERQ
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort nnd Bcretania Sts.
Kin? and Bithtl.
Stop Paying Rent
. Sec toe -"""
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phono C53. S3 Merchant St,
At All W&tcfcihaleri.
Agent (cr Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORI and KINO Sti.. Hoi-Mnl.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to tee all our old ens-
tomers come back.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in xurnitare Mattresses.
tto., Etc AH kinds of KOA an
MISSION FURNITURE Uadt T.'
When ll.iljy nas tick, no gave her
When plio n.is a Child, slio cried foi
When fclio liccamo Miss, sho clung to
' ' Caitoila.
When she had Children, she gavo them
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Cljong Co.,
KinR St., Ewa Fish Market.
and cloth of A-J onality cts b ujt
chased from '
0 ttni flfll Tltnhon Ml
fc ? C
. T '
. v:. i
Lincoln MortRago 'ft Lonn Co, 1GQ
Handled rieht,- pn6ne
iiO flfUm .
Drayinsr and ExDresslna
wood and Coal Phone 888
G. V7. VcDonnlL Pron
New Bridge Drons
Carrying Wbrkmen Down
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 81, Threo hu ndftd feet of the fnls structure 111
tho MeKlnley bridge Over lh6 Mlssl Blipl HvPr eoUdpseil today ftwlllg
to the terrible nicssttrc bf the lee Jam .In .the river, and 09 workmen
were thrown Into the Water, Voiiirt tccrs rushed to tlio roitcuo of the men
fctruHKllUK Hi tho Icy torrents mid i o of them were rescued, Twontyi
nine men are as et unaccounted, far, but it Is thought that at least
romo ot them nlay linvo reached tho ,shoro unaided,
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ltAM , ' BANK ROBBERS KILLED
UARRAHi OMa.i Dee. St.' IWlldltaT attempted to rob tho bank here
' tonight, A lerrlllc battle took place- between tho outlaws and tho offl
H'!l ami when the smoke cleared It was found that two of tho bandits
lind been killed and a third seriously wounded.
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' WESTERN PACD? IC INITIAL HAUL
OAKLAND, Dec. .11. Tho first freight train over tbo lino of tho
new Woitortl I'aclllo railroad arrlvo d here today from Chicago.
'J I I.JIH1FJI1II -mull-- I LU1.. . I I ll .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The llg NIcMI 8erateh Pad for Mis
at the 6 u 1 1 1 1 n offict for Ave csnts,
s one Inch thick, mad up of two hun-H
area sneets ot ooa pspsr. aix Tor a
Autnmobllvs (4 pur hour. Phono G.
Call and tee Mike Patun at the En
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phono 213. Bethel and Hotel.
Pb) steal culturo and massago glon
by Pror. Baron, El, C2 Young Hotel.,
For a good reliable auto, call up
Phono COS and get Joo Lcal's seven
seated Stoddard. '
If j on wanC' a gncit jnb clono on an
auto or carrlagn t.iku It to Hawaiian
Carrlngo Mfg. Co. ii" Qui en Pt.
Mrs, plckcrbou'g ck'arnnco salo Is
still going on.
American Messenger Service deliv
ers Amorlcan Steam Laundry.
What was first thought to bo Hnl
ley's comet, and turned nut tn bo a
largo balloon, passed over thlr city
Idvt evening about 7:"30. It cairto from
tbo other xliiu of tho Waltnuiiulo nioim
taint). , .Mrs. Mary Auld of 1311 Anld'H Iine,
Palama, nccr Intended R,lvng u hula
ilnnce on her premises last night, al
though her nnmo was mentioned as bcr
ing ono of funeral pcoplo who wcro ar
ranging a ilancofpr Now Year's oo.
Sho has asked tho Bulletin to
mako this cferrcctlon.
N. II, "LQttcrm.h u Mnllliinl,"
wlili h will nppcar In tho big Satur
day Ichtio of tho llullptin for o
eiul weeks to tumo, must uot be
conairucil as coping from tho. pen
of u "knocker." Honolulu Is too wqll
known to be Injured by any ono por-
pon. Tho whole world lias heard of
her beauty, her climate, and the kin
dliness of her people. But they will
portray faithfully, tho customs, hab
its and dress ot tho people ahd the
everyday occurrences that
strangu to n. Mallhlnl when been for
tho Hrst time-."' "
'-' '' ' mmt ' i i,
rt ; T-Aff lf.i -
Swell Manila hats with puggarees.
DyulniLtf 0 " K LMmlTLnu
I.arsefit curfo Btoro In tho Pac'ltlo. lia- 'O'J. iu r i
wall & South Sas Curio Co, Youug "I d,nt caro what tlioy dowllh tho
building (ntxt cable ofllee-rilshop inosllon of,, delegateshlp." Tosppndd
strcot). Pewtcrw aro and Pongee,sllk's. . ho- "I Vtcr to practice law and make
, , , !:, . i " .". '." niy living rather thari mixing In ppl
Jordan's win tegt. next Mqnday.a tyCB , ftbu of "
alji pf advanced style (n ladles' J, whlto" Md If tho
dwar,; -aar, rss sr,or sot $.'
,?y: .JTL.JL ,,'.. I
I, in inu niiuiuna
nor llccnso of
Lpls & Co. (bpt was purchased by
Thos. F. .McTlgho & Co,
km, inu pur-
rhasors arq making a
mn ior iami()
A eoclal ounlng dancing can
spent tonight at Mrs, 8lby Campbell
II el d'lf Dancing Academy, in tho Odd
1'ellowK hall. A larga crowd la ex
pected and tho music will bo excellent
as It will be furnished by tho Knwai
hau Glco Club. Admission for gontle
niiin and ladles la SI, ' I
If ou want to get (ho most satis
faction out of tbo Now Year ono gtxjd
way is tn order )0ur wood mill coal
from Honolulu Construction &I)raying
ksu , imuiiQ oi, Buriuuiim'u uyweiijy-iuur men,
" lyENplJBUSINESS. SUITS
'ril.ftlnM linll.n,. 1m Tn.
W wuu.vi. kvh-iu. iu um( jiiu wu aiuunau n!".
' vt h A individuality (in every Suit. ,. '
yonr order te tb
WandT n' 'r
' Siwattnt and Fillinif
Viaeyarfflt.. Iwa of Nunaan Stream
Foi real cstntqand Insurance go to
Dald A. Dowsctt. 203 Judd building
corner Fort and Merchant strcts.
Rebuilt Remington Opcrrltcrs. Jast
ns good as now, for $G3 at A. B, Ar
lelgh & Co. Why pay morel
Call at Brown & Ljou Co. and
loam pf their easy pajment plan of
buj Ing good books. Storo In Alexand
er Young building with Hawaiian News
SacliB Dry Ooods Co. will hold its
annual January clearance sale ,of
ladles' muslin underwear Monday. Big
icductlou3 In order. Sco display In
NO PQUWS FOR,
. ME SAYS ACHI
l ) f
Political1 - Gamps
Armjflg For The
Things x)lltlcal, will gather a now
Impetus now that the new year hai
begun. Genuine and self styled polit
ical leaders aro today celcoratlng tho
birth of tho ,now jear, w,lth a low of
entering Into the political gamo lu
earnest, as soon as tho necessary plans
uro perfected undhuriiipiilztd.'
Tlio Homo rtnlo part, according to
ono of Its Icadeni. yvho shuiu publicity,
amarked jesterday that his party
would tako a much stronger hold of
tho next campaign than It has over
dono liefore. , , ,
Jt la said that I.orrlu Andrews and
High. Sheriff Henry and ;a few others
haie been In consultation wltn,,Yff, cr-
Acni. enter or tun i.auor nartv. n is
presumed that.Achl hsa,boeii, uHkcil to
i turn auotit anu, rejuin tno.Kepiiuucan
I party. Achl, when asked about tbfi
1 matter, did not became exactly loqua
cious. , ,,, i . . i
, "I have, stated, repeatedly that -pcr-tpuallyj
donot .caro anUhfng ,ilioul
politics,'; said Acli ,yo3(cr(lay. ",lf; I
.want to'dp auy pglltlos,,I shall simply'
wait until o few mOntiiiboforo ,jbo
clecilon , take place,", ' ,, "l )
'What 'do you think of MottSmlth
ns a. Qolegato to Congress! '..ho was
l .. ? . W9fto ro apljt.
tlnu nAw." observed a Homo- Rular.
''TheyWoolt as If Ihcy ' are ' dlvldei.
Some- think that , N? Sjnlth - woujd
make a better and stronger candidate
. '.for'Dciega'teito Congress' iuan Kuhlpl
1 .fcjLjSfi'KffsUlj. I boI.IevothaUit.la a
'I'1" big -mlstaltd' for thenl to' talk about
making changes of'tbolr.'ttmdulato for
Dologate to Congress. Knhlo has apl WV'iWy;, way.riifecOqnijid rteSdi
noun'cfcd th'at'ho would Tun again orf ?v.rWi?'s,WW'r' MJ. OmfM
thn nonniiiirnn iirVot nn,i if h A0 had heard 8lDIr"?ftorles. nJ!
chance, u few of tho Republicans would
go to work and, mako changes, thon
tholr defeat is at:hand.' '
Judgo: KiiicRor What Is football?
Bocker A leceMpf leather entirely
Hal. amJ Im.M.nH initmm
iyy. AHANA St CO.,,
. . , a - . i- i J.t.-.l Ho'Branolies,
-i iitardiV. 'Januatv 1. -
JJURtK A-Urrlfedj Of c. 'M i -nkj
8. 0, AUen, bonco f)oc. 6.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Jan. 1:
Bk. Annie Jqhneon, for Honolutu:
SAN .FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 1:
S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Sailed Jan. 1:
1 1 1- 8. Aorangljjfoj.Bonolulu.
''' "AND DEFEAT SURE"
i. (Oontinned on Page 6)
1 ... ,A " 1
in-il Innnretnr, but will bo an Cticour-
nemilVnt, In thn, vnilllia nf UaWttll to .
j. u .in ..!,.. 4t,u.. l tU ....I. '
WU1K IIS UIHKVIIil. 1VIIUV liiu mow
df, educntlng joung Hawallnns If
lhc me not to be promoted to Hi"
pp'ttlaps to. .which their training
hai (Ualined them? .Mr1. King's ap
pclntment would bo a credit to not
only tho Hawaiian people, but to
every liuola who has had anything
to do with educational or missionary
wbrk-iri llnwal). Here Is one Im
portant political polut for my party
to bcoic. This will mako good cam
Kuhios Situation, t'
As. for Kuhio, when ho Is tunica
down by tho convention, tho whole
ticket -will go .down, too. Air tho
money and booie In Hawaii will not'
save the situation, i Alt the probablo
candidates suggested wIlL not do Iti
Marriage td Huwallan wives will 'not
make sheep, of the) Hawnlian electo
rate! i The Hawaiian Is an American
today and -proposes to not as free as
an American citizen should, for thd
best Interests of the American peo
"Secret caucuses by scheming rep
resentatives of tho oligarchy aro
.causing tho breach to widen moro
and more. Tho men who should bo
consulted aro ignored,, and those
who know .nothing ot" the 'way or
getting votes In i Hawaii; arc being
honored. Agiln, scheming by
members of tho Territorial central
commlttco ,.f the Republican party
.U.OUI. u,no uc.uuiicuui.cgis.aioi, Mem ,,; tho shcrW ,niBCff. Tho
will boomerang very disastrously. Sbcrlir tol(J hlm (imt ho woull, eho
,Jla "one-and Is beins'h0) ,MUBCQ po,8,biCi , , niiuh'
carried on. Every move of tho lend' l . .. ,.i' .... ,..,.... 7...
ing schemers aro known. If wo Ha
waiian Republicans nro not wanted
In the party, tell us so now.
"If the owners ot, certain ) el low
journals want to make their cam
paign fight by personal attacks, ;lt
fas' know,. YVc nre. prepared wltli
enough imid to sling at even mem
bers. of certain ovnngeJUtlc organi
sations who are mixed up with poli
tics, directly nnd Indirectly, and
can prpvo.mciy thing, , , , ..- 1
, "Let tbo fight" be on tho abllllv. In
work and not on the acceptability or
t-uiiuiuaics. id certain Individuals! id
Honolulu. ? ,
"lf Die party wanls Kujiln to be
re-elected, then quit knocking each
other now. Uvory knock against a
knowna Republican Is n boost to tho
','lf any secret workers nrnntm bo
omplojed, let'thcm bo subject to loi
, jjuiijr niHcninery, nnu bo admon-
isiica to work for thp partyvas a
wholo, and not to do. up certnln In
dividuals, Just to satisfy tho whims
of. u1 certain-faw. Just ns .soon as
knocking Is done. m miqii wllljit hi
known, nnd there will bo a row. j
the central coinmlttpo need advltcj
as lu how to harmonlzo, tinlto suclf
men as A. O. M, Rubcrtton, Geo. W.
Smith, Jas, "A. Keniredy, Col. 8. Par
ker, W p.Athl. J. II. Boy,!. J. u1
Kaulukou, U. n. Wilson und many
mor?.. w,hc, know,, jot more; about
party barmoiilzlnrithah, the. present
manager, of the party. They bad a
MeajteaLtjo do wyhjthe organlxa
.ilon ofvUio parly In Hawaii In 1900
ajid.Unqw wlwtnto do la times ilka
Without luiHuwiy defeat la cor-
i ' r
OAY JOHN BRIGHT "
;. & f, CALW AX.WAILUKU
' V. , eTr m! i ,
ConthrBt4limsn rPaa .
thla.brlgbt,'ypung man started oiit t9
uu up mo aium iione. Towards ovom
Ing ho appoarcd at .tho station. Deputy
onerm uiepient "rtrowell was In his qfi
flee. Mr. Bright Introduced hlmsoif as
B. H. Bright,. ctilcf, pfaotectlves of
Hllo, and said that he Was armed with
a warrant from Bherlff S. K. Pua ot
Hllo for the arrqst of-Jilg own brothof.
-u.m ui,siij,gj iio, ior stealing, bur-
Kiurizing anil otoe? offenses. Ho sulci
ll was an Unpleasant' task, painful In
tho oxtrcmo to arrest his own brother.
hit own flolC bdf ha was sworn td
,Cjarry,out hljt iiitlg. tBijc ho was bound
,iu w inai flpma wnat may. Tho. young
Rm tfalH lit ibo tyantbd to see nomo
,VtM(rB)atfld ber. Mm. Lauwaln
Pa,nlCl,s, ana sq tbo Deputy Sheriff Vooft
ln)thfir jiftcj otrduced hlnf'to Sirs!
XWlefA.;rVa Jajtcn-dld not knoW tilnl
aecestetr-hlnr ap tm6"6f the rdmiiv nt.lt
began to sbqwr ottonttMoiiliiml
FTom thVrp.iM.iV, Urlght' wcuL Bvr
to call; on ShorHt WE. Saffory. H0,i'Ercka."th
"" ,rllit',qn a, previous occasion at
Honolulu, had told 'the reporter therq
.... ,.u -0 iiupnuw oi mieriir aaf.
fqry, o( MauLajpi sou of Jol T-eBuk-p'r
of jlllo. It.waa.closo to. nildnlirhi
'I1.,KM.r' BrL8llt ufr.l,icU n '' 6hor.
tJf(B honio. ;iat dlgnliur) wua i,ist
asieep out a. kuotutbo doqr-alwujs
gets hliq out f he, .
. M,r' Sr'fiht .Introduced himself tp the
Malit Shbria as" Chief oi; Detectives
from Hlld rind said ho was on n motn
i - A j. . , ',
1 bhippingf ,
1. - -Ti 1 4 , .-. i, ' 1,
VESSELS TO AP5IVE ' ' DEPARTED I
Suncav. January 2.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Port San Luis Lun'slng, Am. ajmr.
Monday, January 3. '
llllo Maurta Kea, (special trip).
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U.
S. A. T,
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. S. V
Vednesday, January S.
Australian ports via Suva Moan a,
C. A. 8. S. '
Ksual porta Wt 0, Hart. atmr.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Monday, January 3,
Japan pdrli nnd' Hongkong Tenyo
Maru. T. K. K.-B8.
Sallna. Crui, Via Kahulul, Kaanapall
and llllo Virginian, A.- It, S. S.
Kauai iiorts Nonau. stinr.
Tuesday, January 4.
Illlo and way ports-rMauna Kea
San Frnncisoo iShorldan, Vi B, At
' Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahala1,
Kauai ports Klnau stmr. '"
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i )a t 4
imiiortant mission, having been sen
hero by no less a porsopage fha,
Sheilft Piu pf .Hllo for tbq arrest oi
John Bright, who, he was sorry to sa,
was his own brother. Ho wanto7j?i
n!d of tho Maul Shcrlll and half it doz
en police officers who might bo nediii
to locato this mysterlops,Johi,Cv.'
who had a 'rocb'rd oT b'elpg the mpst
evasive aiuLsllppie'r). Indhldiiaj "known
. tn ltn itollr-o .tmirt. rnpfirdii TTn ront.
)y 8eC(i ,ho nlltipf u6 lc8g a ,,,,
morni!.. Mr, Brig t r-iiiiM,! in hit
roomsjatttlicholuli ill iljhu u lu'st
pleasant jilfiht. :,
Barny next morning Mr, iBrlght 'wa
At tho police station. Only Mr. John
Brown, Jr., guard, was there. Tho
bright lad commence.) stuffing the
guard with Btorles oMils brt.lllant rcc
ord.Thcn ilo sat down and wrote two
letters, 'one to. Sheriff Pua and thd
otbon to D. H. Crook, assistant detcc
tlve, llllo. Tbesolottcrs 'were maUcd
by nolleo officers.
Mrj BMght went over to Jao Stable
and obtained, a homo fiom Muuag?r
Antonio Garcia, and mounted on n
charger, looked tho Very Imago, -of
u' dashing cavalry officer. Ho came
back to the iiollco Btatlon to geo the
deputy sheriff. As he went up the
steps Mr. Joe Nunes, Jr.. of Walluku
h was a tthc" Insane as)lum for
some nme, spica me young man ana
accosted him with tho following salu'
tatlon: , ' . , ' , ,
"Hello, John Bright! know jou
)OU oru John Bright, wo'vo been to
gcther bufor f,or thr.c.o mipiths ,ln thO
haloipupulc." j. i , u' , '
I ,1'Yvu step oft aw hllo, I, haiq Imiturt
ant business herb with' tho deputj
sborlff," was -Mr Jlrigfit'K reply, .and
with, this remark bo pushed Mr. Nil-
nett asldo and started on an Interview
with Mr. CrowelL ,Soon after that th6
young man mounted his,-steed, and
started for,Iao valley to look for his
long lost brother. Ho went as far as
Walluku cemetery and tied his horse.
I'Plico,, omcer John Fcrrctra came
along. I ho joung man io!dJilnit to
tako (ho liorso i otho stables as ho
was going to ho plantation jciunpao
. . - . . - . . .1
look for his man. Half an hour later
tho Sheriff sent out four officers to
look for Mr. Blight, who was caught
near the Muni Wine ft -Llqiior Co.'a
place, bound for Kaliukul. Avfcw min
utes later ha was safely lodged behind
the bars. Mr.'Brlght'told tho-SherlfT.
Uiat tbo" warrant, bis badgo ftnil ere
derttluls had unfortunately gono to iliV
noluln oil the Clalfdlno. To finally ad-1
muted that ho.was.lbe Bright who had
becir'lii'thottsanO'fcsyium. " '
, . . . - '
iROUOH WB.THER -falong tho
coasts orKaual during tho earlier part
of tho woqk greatly hindered lhe,work'
of dlBCbat-Rliig freight and landing pas
sengers and.mall from (ho iritcrfsls-nd
steamer Klnan, . Turser rgaitrertli
tohio ery bitd weather at Koloa 'and
passengers and cargo tiestir.cd for thai
pun- iiuu iu uo lanaca at iawii(wlM.
Tho (hlfimenl of me'r'chandlibo Intended
or Wiliriea was carded to olbr ports
and 'on' tho return trip of(thq Knau
.iiu vvbbbi wna uuiq iu land rrnisnr t
Waimea. Elcelo freight was, uh.ii dls-
u, bui, mi uiu lutyurii voyugo, ul
whlth time bettor "Aeulher was tn
countered. ' , . ,
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i THE AMERICAN liurk R. n Al.
rlcn Inadq' a' rather loiig imssago' ,to
.4'Elirckn liho VfKnl tnlrlni, IwnA, . -n..
ho vessel. tnklnir livnlv.Hi
itays for tlio trln'. ..Tho. 8. f!. Allnn
tailed 'froiir Honolulu orf'Decc. of
j- s nt t
f .1W 1 1 ft. j-
' 4s '- ' " jiL "i!,
Friday, December 51.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno.
stmr., S p. m.
Hllo (special trip) Manna .LKea,
stmr. ' X r
Saturday, January, 1. 1
Hongkodg Ahierlci Maru, T.'K. K.
S. S.( 0 a.,m.
Kauai oorts Klnau, stmr.
Saturday, January 1. '
Mail'l nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmrTa: W. f
Pel stmr. Claudlno, for Maul und
Hawaii ports. Dec. 31 Miss V. Cro
tler, Mr. Train, 8. Motklnl, F. E. Har
yery, Mrs.' V, Ho, Mrs II, Dens,
I' PASSENGERS ARRIVRO ' I
Per stmr, Klnuu. from Kauai orts,
Jan. 1. M, J, Fassoth, L. Lystrom, R.
0, Henderson, Miss I). Vithington, S.
fihebs, M, Itcad'onj ,MUs E. Hastlc
M(8H,MI. Cpoke, Mrs ftnd(Mlss Dam
on. Miss W, Ototo, MUs Oroto, Miss D.
BritUlllo, S. K. Kaeo, It. M. Purvis, II.
Bfackman, Miss Purvis, Mrs. Fontanlo,
PASSENGERS BOOKED '. I
u Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo amf
-way. ports', 'Jan. 4. T. C. Davles, P. II.
Sheridan 'aifd party, Judge S. M. Bal
lon, Mrs. Sumner.
Per stmr. Mauna Lea, for Kona and
Kali ports, Jan, C A. Fernando. Mis.
Fernandez, J, K. Kclukoa, .1, P. Mt
dcrhvMtLs E. Moore, U. S. Ileal. M.
Osgood, .A, Jones, Mrs.i toiiei, Wj C.
i. Ppr)4tmr, Mlkahala, for ..Maul and
.Mo'oVal jiocts, Jan. 4. Charles Oay
and f'amll), Rex Hitchcock, YV. Mutch,
MrB. B. O. Clark. ' '
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THE INTER ISLAND steamer' W; O.
Hall was reported at Koloa yesterday
and the Klnau, which arrived this
morning, reports tho German freighter
Asgcard as discharging Australian
cbal at Eleclo.i
THE BRtTISH freighter Masunda Is V
I) lug at thb Channel wharf preparatory
to taking 'od about four hundred tons
of bunker coaL This 'esse' latched- ,
hied t&'stijj'tor Mojr; Japan. ThOf Ma- (
eunda left the port tove'ral days' ago'
but after proceeding for thirty-six
houro tho skipper' made tho dlrcovery
that the vessel bud Insufficient fuel to
carr her to Japan, so put about and
rcfurncd to Honolulu.
CARGO FROM the. United States by
the way 'of San Francisco Id golbe out
of the' American 'bark R. P. Rlthct,
wnicu is now lajing ais ino Matson
Navigation .wjiarf. This ve3se Is, ex
pected, will be dispatched for a return
trip to San Frauclsco on or abouttho
Sth of.(tho mppth. ,Tho Ulthct will sail
f i oin Hoiiolu'p, .tqklng sugar ballast
uml will bo dispatched through tho
agency of 0. Drcwtit& Co. u
.,TOpAY;8 AIJUIVALS Included tbo
lp,lorltlaid .steoinier Mlkabila, which
qamq in frqm Maul and 'Molokal lrts
n,lday earner thpn her regular sched
ule. Tho vessel, brought a small gen
eral cargo In addition to a tow passen
gers. ,,. uayiiw ,qoMi'LLTEr tbo, dis-
chafgd of over two thousand' tons of
uuraies una fertilizer at tho railway
,hB!vI,?.t',f!,,,'," l5alsh "aer
Amrlrn KfnVu baIIa.1 in- llnl.nn. ..t.
America Maru sailed for Hongkong via
Japaneso pOfts Bborlly after 6 o'clock
! t.y ' n n i
JA,.PORTlON:of,,lho gonial cargo
brflught Jroin Now Yprk by the bark
N4iuauu,.,sMI vreipalns In that esscl
as sho.llos ottho Bishop wharf. The
tfuunnu will tako on sugar ballast and
It.Ja.undprstood she will proceed to
one.qf.tho othor Islands.and Ihoro load
a full,' shipment of sugar for. Delaware
Breakwater, i ' , ,i
t, ABOUT ONEi HUNDRED Filipinos
iwno arrfyod af Honolulu last nlghl by
V'vmwd aisen .aaiina (iiiior rupfion
Ijarcrwjl icuvo for various plantations
iby the stcamerMaul this afternoon. A
number of thb novn'rlvals will be left
atiPaubuu and Ppiislnu. ,
tn 'it i i Da , 1 1 1
TJJEAMERCAN'bark saint Katb-
Lerlq is reported nt Hllo and tho schobn-
or fcva at Mahukona by tho purser ot
thp lnter-l8Undsteamcr ' Maurta Kea,
which arrived from Hawaii and Maul
porta thls-Qiornbig. . J '
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THE STEAMER Mauna1 Ku was an
arrival ut tlio port this (piornlng ono
day. ahead of hor'rcgular scho'dule, ow
Ing to tho vessel being dlnpitched this
afterunou on a special excursion trip
to Hllo. Pun.er Phlllw leiiqris the
steamer Kailai,at Jlonomutho Llko
llko and Kalulant'at HonuVjia liud tho
Mlkahala uf Lahalna. 'v
PURSER. LOptJ of tb;).liitcsand
stt!atier Klnau whb'h' nrru-d from
Ojirilenjslq portq tjih ulnrnlng, rriports
mo loiiowing sugar awaiting bhlpVnciit
llicro: K. S. M.SSOj M. A. K., CtJ!;
v. jv.. auu: k. k.. isoo! u. n v ki
'.a.4jB,91; L P., IjlSl; H. M.. E
abd K, P. 910 sacks,"1 All mills '
Kauni aro roportod as Brlndlng.
lOcaryjfbtrcct, San lrancisco,
02 So, King St.
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