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RVKNINO BULLETiH, HOrJOLTJtTJ. T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. It, 1910.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific First Degree,
Honolulu Commandcry Instal
Hawaiian, Pacific, Oceanic
L,odoes Social Meeting.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2ml and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0Ther Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSOSIATIOH. ciatbns cor
1IAHM0NY LODGE, No. 5, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7.30 lu I. O. O. T. Unll, Tort Street.
K. It. 1IU.NDKY. Secretary,
T. D. WIcke. N. Q.
All visiting brothers very cord'.ally
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first anil third Trl
day ovouiug nt 7:30 In K. of P. H-ll,
corner Fort and Hcrotaula. Visiting
brotlicrs cordially Invited to attend.
t p. n. nugene, c. c.
It. GOSLINUt K. It. S.
HONOLULU L0DOE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, IJ. P. O.
Klks, meets In their hall; on King
Street, near Tort, ovory Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
invited to attend.
E. A. TjoUTHITT, E. R.
". C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day ot each month at Knights or
1'ythlr.s Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend,
Ij. A. PEItny, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of 11.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of oach month at
.7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Bcretanla and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W. Prcs.
II. T. MOOUE, Secy.
V7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at, 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall. cor. Tort and Iloretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. i T. M. McGItEW, C. C.
' E. A. JACOI1SON, K. It. B.
K TOIt SALE AT ALL BABS
wi I teitepiwnv. imi
CEO. A. MARTIN,
I Business Suits for $25.
White River Flour
0. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
BOOKS! B00KS1 BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander YounR Bldfr.
W Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING,
Dfflce: Honolulu Painting Co., 821
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
1Sr editorial rooms i5( bust
t, nrts office. There arn tlia te1ntwn
fcV rumbers of thr Bulletin office.
FOR WHOOPING COUQH, CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT, CATARRlj, DIPHTHERIA
Vtorliccl Ci-Molcti tifx tt ftoijrtfm el
hor-rug CmiK. hm-diwlnj Ctoup !
tint hr?p Ci !' h mm). It cll Amity
en now rA threat, n tktnf Unthioi euy In IM
raie dI eIJt or'-rt the w thratt and slef the
couth. It n wa lo luflctcn from AtUima
Creaolens If rowM wmieiJe, etrnf boll
at a tuialive aad pitnlitMii ttmutiogi diiraan
CrcioUnVa Wit rtcoannendatioa la lit Unity
ff m ivcrtiiui uit.
Far Salt Vf kit Draft latt
Scmf rWf p 0cn
Throat TabteU, lruf'
and atxtfhina (of tlt if
mated throat lOc
Ta Yap CrMlM Ca.
180 Faha SlrtH,
Maw York Cttf
Shares, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Oodard
U41 ioit Street
MBS. T. ROSENBERG
Made tip the latest or any ityle,
N Harrison Block.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Mid cloth of A-l quality can be jrar
O. Box Ml. Teleohans Ml
STOCKS GOING UP
nna touched ST yesterday afternoon
and gave n demoinlratlon of what tho
Block market is doing llion days. To
get thu stocks thu b.iyi'r must pay tho
prlro. OaUu soM for 33.7C oil tho
lloaicl this roiviHHiii hut iicdlctloni
aro rlfo that It ulll go to 31.
All tho storks uio higher anil oiy
firm at tho iiroviilllug cjuot itltniH us n
result of tho raw sugar quotations that
nio coming In iljlly. Tho iidvunco of
beets to 13s. IVad. jesterdny afternoon
was contrary to nil tho forecasts of
tho ronscrvHthcs and gao tho rrophet
of flvo-cent sugar n show for his
Vi'lth such I'rlrca ruling In tho midst
ot tho Cnli.in grinding season, there
Is no telling what "111 happen by tho
first of Mauh nn I through tho Spring
when tlio bulk of the Hawaiian crop
gooi onto tho market.
Walalua uus n fnit.iru tu loiluy's
isakM, something' cr u hundred
shares gulling nt 121. Oln.i sold nt
5.75 and Ifonolulii Ilupld Transit com
mon was tiikm up nt 1U4.50, with tho
mslcry of why this four pur cent
ftock is selling so far above par, as
deep as over.
NAMES POPE AS ' -
(Continued from Pasa 11
woro bent Id (h Alitskn-Yukon ex
posltloii nt Seattle.
Tho 'name of Professor Pone was
solectcd from n list of twenty-thrco
randldates, tho Governor taking a
week tu reilmo tho list of nvullaliloJ
to thrco, and finally to his decision
to select 1'rofessor Popo.
Those who woro mentioned prom
inently as available for the place
vacated by Babbitt were Charles
Baldwin and School, Inspector King.
If ou want a good Job dono on an
auto or carrlagn take it to Hawaiian
Carrlngo Mfg. Co , -427 Queen St.
A Good Investment
Tho Tomplor Ranch Oil, Co. with
COO acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and nil Its reservoirs filled with
high-grade oil In the Tomplor dis
trict, Kern Co , Cnl , will soon cora
ploto Us three-mile gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is at prcsont
like a plantation with tons and tons
cf sugar on hand, ready to bo shipped
on tho Incoming steamer.
,n nolo management, almost a
squ.uo mile of proven oil laud, cheap
transportation ot oil, high prices
with Btoadily Increasing demand for
ell, will make this company an early
dividend paver, and for that reason
tho stock of this Tomplor Ilanch Oil
Co. Is rccommendod ns a OOOD IN
VESTMENT by tho Lincoln Mort
gage & Loan Co. of Ban Francisco.
Capitalization Is S1,000,000, di
vided into hharea or, S 1.00 each. ,1
htivn u Hinall bloil; of Ilium for talo
ul 30c whllo they last. Secure them
V. E. R. STP.AUOH,
74 8. King St,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th Big Nlektl Scratch Pad forMl
tt'theiBul l-etln oRlciffor flv, cents,
Is one Inch thlekymad up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phono C.
Call and seo Mlko Paton at the En
core. , ,
Telephone t03 'lo Imvo laundry
called for and delivered quick.
Phvslcat culture and nissaago given
by Prof. Ilaron. El. 62 Young'Hotol.
Automobiles halc rates. Empire
stand. Phcne 213. Bethel and Hotel.'
Tho Merchants' Association of Ho
nolulu will hold their annual 'meeting
on krldny, January 11, at 3 o'clock In
tho Association rooms, No. 203 Mc
A meeting of the Hoard-of Govern
ors of tho Commercial Club of llono
iiiiu .win oo neiu nt ino emu, room in
tho McCamtlcss block tomorrow af
ternoon at 12:30 o'clock.
All accounts duo howls & Co.. Ltd..
can be paid until January 31 at their
old store, 169 King ajreet. Thoso in
debted will plcaso settle tjeforo that
time and oblige.
Arthur Armr',.r min.i .... ..
I , .,v,a. "u .v., .,,. f..
UOOZC. W ..f-n- lmltn,l. - ,l,n ,-n.l
'Ipii Vfls not mentioned on the police
uioucr, nau to dig un four dollars at
the Police Court tills morning.
Kcmo, a booze artist, who acquired
a real good Jig yesterday, was given
a free meal ticket for tho next month.
Komo will feel right at homo at
"Phoney" Davis, who is , charged
with running a boozo Joint without
taking out a license, had his caso sent
over till tomorrow. Leon Strauss Is
appearing for Davis. ,
AnlLato assaulted another man anil
Jitdgo Andrailo Reckoned that 110 and
13 30 cents would about Bquaro tho
matter Anl has to fork out that
amount or go to Jail for a spell.
An Important meeting of the Elks
carnival committee will he held this
evening nt 7:30 o'clock to discuss
various matters 'pertaining to tho
forthcoming carnival. The chair
will bo occupied by J. D. Doughertv.
Illank forms for corporation ex
hibits are 'ready for distribution nt
tho Treasurer,' office. Thoso aro
more comprehensive than former re
ports, as they glvo greater range
under resources and liabilities than
A. verdict of not guilty was returned
this morning by fa Jury In Judge De
noils court In tl'o camping cases
against Chlng Koaki 1 eo Vu Kvval,
i.cong tan ami mi run chirscd with-
oimrntlng n gim1illn- game lu Nuiianu
Die Deutsche Klicho laedt lilcrdurch
eln alio Dentschen mm Empfang fucr
die ISesatzung der "H. llackfcld" am
Mlttvvoch, ilcu 12 Januar, Abends48
Uhr; mid alio Mini Mltgllcdqr znr
Jnrlirllrlipn Genornl-Versaminlungt nm
Mlttuoch, den 19 Januar, Abends W8
- SHOPPING NEWS . ,
ThoOwl cigar, soiling tho world
ovr nt Ave cents. Is recognized as tho
best clgur for tho 'money, Aik jour
dealer for ono.
When ou want, paper or paper bags
remember that Hawaiian News Co. is
tho pioneer paper houso of tho Islands
and carries a stock uucqualcd by any
other place. .
When ou plan to build that pretty
bungalow you should personally sploct
tho hardware for doors and Bushes.
Tho largest and most varied -stock Is
to no found nt lowers & Cooke, Ltd
FRFfl .1. TIIRNFR
-.-.--.. p. it.
r, J. Trirnor. for nlnetcon rears a
popular salesman .for LovvIh ft Co ,
has uccepted a!posltIon with Henry
May ft Co t and will bo 'pleased to
meet his old friends and patrons Jn
his now situation, now that tawls ft
Co. hnvo retired from business. Mr.
Tumor will be pleased lo extend l)o
samo cDurtoslcs und glvo tho snmo
careful attention to orders as In tho
past. ! iu , f
soif "yousee fit to
pay 25 cents for a
two-ounce cake of "toi-
let" soap, pay jt
x But a 5 cent cake of
'Ivory Soap weighs three 1
times as much, andja
, better soatp.
Because it is 'purer;
because it contains no
"free" alkali: because it
,, When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone
CITY TRANSFER CO,
I" .. -
Wind uA Goal." Phone S88
O. W. KcDovptll, Prop.
t WATERFRONT NOTES
" . '"." '. "T" ' '.'. t' ." '
aucuhdinu TO Information given
out by a shlimlnir firm In Portland.
Oregon, a new lino of steamers, com-
posed of a fleet of six vessels, will
bo imt In nnMnffnrl lHtVfn Ant-i
wgrp ana I'oriiunu, wiin ouu i-viuu
and San Francisco us ports of call.
The atoamers will bring general car
roes from Kurppo and return with
wheat, lumber and other commodi
ties offered for shipment lo Kuropo.
The first steamer of the now lino
lo leave .Antwerp will be tho Ger
man stcainer'"Augustu8. Sho Is ox-
pected (o arrive at San Pedro during
tho latter part of February. On the.
start n sixty-day schedule will be
maintained from the Uclglan port,
nnd, If business warrants, vessels
will leave Xntvvcrp for the Pacific
Coast Ut more fiouuent intervals. '
Tim FAMII.IAIt SHIP Henry
Falling begun, her last voago around
Capo Horn recently, when she left
Tacoma for New York, where sho U
lo be converted Into n barge. The
Falllnc was built In 1882 at Until,
Me., but for many jcars has been J
operated from Pacific Coast ports.
She has been sold to Eastern pari
tics and will be cut down after dis
charging her cargo at New York.
Tho departure of the Falling Is the
third of the well-known coasters to
leave for tho Atlantic recently on,
their last vovages under canvas. The
ships J. II. Thomas nnd Sea King nio
well on their way around lo ba dis
APPUOACHINO n pace bordering
upon (that mado by the steam freight
ers, tho little ' American sciiooner
Churchill. . from Honolulu to Pprt
Townsend made tho passage to Pugot
Sound In thirteen dujs. Tho Chin ch
ill sailed from Honolulu on December
28, having finished the dtschargo or n
consignment of lumber to tho agency
of Allen ft Itoblneon, A cablo ro
celvtil hero announces tho arrival of
the; vqssisl at thn Washington iiort nn
Munduy.i which places tho tlmo of her
vovngo vvithln thirteen dais.
TOMOItnoW AFTKHNOON Is. ex
pected wilt sco the arrival of tho Unit
ed States army transport Thomas1 from
San Francisco, bringing iu transit for
tho Philippines tho Sixth 'infantry)
Headquarters, band nml Suvoral hun
dred enlisted men. Tho vessel t-hotild
slio'V up about 3 o'clock. It Is tho In
tention to dispatch tho Thomas for
Manila by tho way ot Guam on Thurs
THE T. K. K. steamer Mumdiu
Marti, from Japanese ports with gen
eral cargo for South America, Is not
expected to call at Honolulu before
tho 21th of this month, according tu
prevent, avallablo mlvtrca received
tho agency of H. Hackfeld & Co. This
vessel will make buf a short stny nt
this poet, the great bulk of her freight
beiug destined to South Amorlcan
CCMqNT, JtUMllEIt, feed stuffs un-l
grtieral nierclmndlso U Includod tlu
tho freight list, lirought to Hqnolulu
from SauJFranclsco by tho American
lla,wallafl UnorMoxIcnn, which arrived
nt ho port oar)y this morning. The
Mexican has golio to, tho Hallway
wharf to discharge and will lako on a
largo shipment ot sugar for tho main
I l V ' 4
h THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN- liner
Mlssourian. Is the uoxt vessel from
l'ufiut Sound nine to arrlvo at Ilcmo-
lulu 'Willi , New York,. San Francisco
and Scattlo and Tuconm cargo, Tho
Mlssourlan Is scheduled to sail from
Sound iortn on January H. Tho
freighter should roach hero not later
than January 23.
IT o niWi,Dn li .
io luii.iuinu nun uiu ninuncaii iifqiicnii;' piovtdes tho land and sdnio
bark AldomBcsser will bo ablo to go to (linos thn, buildings fon such Itistltu
sco by the last ot this week. This vos- tlouu, as they favor nny plan whereby
Bel Is taklng-on about .fifteen hundred their men uro lookod nttor uud cntor
tons ofiscrapjlron suppUed by the Ho- talned In a manner that lu host for
nolulii Scrap, Iron, Companyi iwhlch Js tho pommunlty In general and for tho
uv-uuiimii i, i-uuiiiuiu vuuiuriiiu,
rirt rI(n al1nn Tin,, a.. ! liUn n..l
port. Tho Aldcn Bessu Is being load
ed by the Miller Salvago Company.
TWENT,Y-8IX days was consumed,
oy uiq American scnooiivT uaiintiess
lli-lho passage, from Jlonolulu tu Port
(Tuvynhenu- Tho, Dauntless discharged
a-shlpmunt'of lumbcxiutithls iort con
signed to the ugonoy or (ho City Mill
couiiwny. The Dauntloss nulled from'
Honolulu on December 14.
THE SHIPMENT of about twelve
tlioimaud Jonq.of suar, end other Ha
EVERY DETAIL PERFECT
, Ihe'care exercised in every detail of tho making insures the per
manency of style and, fit of the clothes we make.
W. W. AHANA Sf CO.
G2 80, King St.
your order to Ihe
" ,'timir and Filling
yinejard St., Ewa of Nuuann "Stream
vvpllan products has been lo.uln
nb . liij American-Hawaiian fio g'U-
.1.. I -I..1 - il.. ..... 1..... Ir.lnt
w Mnnan m uw wnwun iii
loilJ of call and tho verse! Is du? to
"II from Jllln for Slsllnit Crur. on
H. HACKK&LD ft CO, expect tho
Tojo Klsen Knlrha liner Hongkong
Mam from South American orts with
n shipment ot nitrates on or about
February 24th, according to latest nil
vices. Tho'VCKsel will prolnbly remain
nt Honolulu for several d.is.
, i S3
POUT TOWNSEND, Washington'
has been rvsched by the American,
schooner Itobcrt Lowers after n-pas-aago
of twenty-three dsjg from Hono
lulu. The vessel dlrchargCl a ship'
jncnl of lumber to tho agency of Low
crs & Cooke.
THE GERMAN, ship Ilcnco Hick
mors, formerly known nn tho Mnrlc
Hnckfeld, Is reported ns on 'thn berth
at Hamburg Germany, to Idad a, gen
eral cargo for the Hawaiian Islands.
According to latest mil Ices tho vessel
has not sailed.
THR STCAMRIt Ncvndnn nn Amcr-Ican-Haivrilan
liner, is sclieiliiled. to
sail from San. Franclrco for Honolulu
direct on Jrnmry 15 nnd should ar
rive hpro with a largo General cargo
on or about January 22.
w . t
TWO DAYS later mill nrrlv.ed from
San Frauclsct. by Hie Aincrlcan-Ila-
wanan irciguicr .Mexican whleii ur
nveu rroni ban Iranclsco this morn
ing. TUB AMERICAN barkcntlUc S. O.
Wilder was shifted to tho IHckfcld
whaif this morning to finish discharg
ing. Thla--vossel arrived hero Irom
San Francisco on .laniury 8.
THE If. S. rtevcnuo cutter Thetis,
having coaled ami replenished her suji
pller, sailed this monllrfg on a short
crulto to the neighboring Islands.
HOLT APPEARS IN
POLICE COURT TODAY
(Continued From Page I.)
times signed in blank mid lort In
tho ofllco to be filled In nnd Issued
whenever nnjono paid their tnx.
Stubs wore filled In by deputy or
clerks, whichover happened to bo
J. H. Fisher, Territorial Auditor,
was next on the stand, and ho pro
duced statements turned in to him
by Holt for tho monthsof January.
February and March, 1903. Thoso'
statements showed tho amount of
money received by Holt, nnd the
amount In, the Treasurers hands,
From 'these statements the amounts
were, pasted Into the .Auditor's books
nt,1""1 uKervvards chocked bj' him Willi
tho cash hook at tho Tux Office,
C. T. Wilder was recalled at noon
time and he again explained the
sv stem of bookkeeping as practised
at tho Tux 'Office.
No further cvldcnco was offered;
mid Judge Au'drado then comnilltcd
Holt for trial at thu Circuit Court,
providing that the Orund Jury find
a true bill. Uouds vvero fixed nt
.$6000, and the namo of A. V. Dow;
sett was approved of by tho Judge.
MAY BUILD, ARMY
AND NAVY Y. M. 0. A,
(Continued From Page 1.) '
ablo that within a few months a spec
ial envoy will bo sent from New "York
tn Ktllilv fltn nltntlnn Thn Intrirnn.
Mlonal commlttco employ some eighty
soeretmlcs and ono ot thoso will ho,
If a Y. M. C.-A. building Is crectoil
hero for Navy nien.1t Is probublo that
It will bo ibnllt ut Pfiirl liurbor. Tho
intcrnatlQiial committee will 'seenro
IllA riltlllt.. Tlin li.wl,trtl flnuflMimnHl
. . . " --. .iuuiiurat
iiiuo inemsoivcb: anould n Navy Y M,
r f . .-. . -
C. A.' bo built at Pearl Harbor. It Is
moro than likely that n Army ono
win'pe,uuiu wuuin tito-clty limits
Two unfurnished housokeoplng
rooms, convenient to three car
lines, 1759 King St., near Pn-
- - " 0unctlon,- i - ,
T XTkl IK '
I WRiviD ' DKPAHTKD "?
Monday January 10,
Scatllo Hvadcs, M. N. S. ft, 3:3)
Tuesday, Jamnry 11.
San FrancUco Mexican A.-ll. S.
S., a. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday, January 12.
San Francisco Thomas, U. 8. A. T.
p. m. i
San Francisco Lurilnc, M. N, S. S
Kauai torts W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, January 13,
San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. S.
Maul ports Claudlne, stmr.
Duford, arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 16.
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila, Dec. 27.
Logon, nrrtvod Manila, Jan. 3.
Thomas, sailed from San Francltco,
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San
Kmnrisco, Jan. 11.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, January 11.
COOS riAY Arrived Jan. 10:.
Scbr. Churchill, hajicc Do, 28:
POHT LUDLOW Ajrlvod Jan, II:
Schr. Allco,Cookc. henco Dec. 7.
RAWLINS CASE BEFORE COURT.
(Continued front Pass U
Rawlins, nnd on the day last nforc-.
said, affiant iccctvcd by means of
the said servant two letters from his
wife, couched in ihe most affection
ato terms, beggl.fg nfllant not) to
give up his wife, and stating that
n guard was maintained at the houso
of said Thomas W. Hnwllns; that in
said letters, the said Ada G. Conger
stated that sho had been sick but
was now better.
"That affiant hai been engaged ti
mijiry hli sum wile since mo tuin
day of April, 190D, and said mar-
riano taking place on the 31st day
of December, 1009; that'ilurlng tho
time from tho month ot April, 1909,
to the month of January, 1910, af
fiant has been informed many Urns?
by tho said Ada F. Conger that sho
lived In tenor of her father, the said
Thomas W. ltavvllns, and of her
mother, tho wife of tho, said Thomas
W. Hnwllns. i '
"That nfflnnt knows that If the
said Ada F. Conger Is produced In
court,, she wilt stnto that she de
sires to leave tho houso ot said
Thomas W. ltuwllus uud livo with
her husband, unlet! sho Is Influ
enced by four- of tho said Tlininas
"And affiant knows that the state
ment contained in Bald return that
tho said Ada F. Conger is residing
vvllh her parent; ot her own frco
will, and accord, nnd'-wlthout re
straint of nny nature whatsoever,
nnd nt her own request, and of ncr
own volition. Is absolutely false.
."And nlflontMurthcr stntcs that
his said wlfo Is now physically ablo
to appear lu court in enso she Is
treed from the "restraint of the sal 1
'1 nomas W. Itawllns."
"That tho physical Inability cf
said Ada F. Conger to nupcaX 'lij
court vvus not set rprtn uy nuiuavu
us required by tho laws of tho Ter
ritory ot Hawaii.
That affiant nnd his attorney
were handed the said return In tnd
courtroom of the said third Judge
at ji few minutes boforo twp u'tloi k
p. in. of the said 4th day ot Janu
ary, 1910, und had uo opportunity
whatover tu prepare und mo. excep
tions to said return or a trovers')
thereto, and had no opportunity t
liioduco necessary witnesses to con
trovert tho fuels al'.egod in said i
turn; that thereupon tho attorney
for afllaut moved .the said third
Judge for a contlnuanco ot thirty
minutes in order that ho might pre
pare suitable pleadings anil sub
poena witnesses necessary to main
tain and controvert the bald return,
"That wild motion was dented hy
said third Judge, and affiant compell
ed lo'proccQil wltlra hcnrlng on said
writ forthwith; that nftcr a heah
fug hy thn snl'd. third JuUgo. tho sal(
writ wns by tlio third Judgo denied.
STILL IN DOUBT
(Continued From Page 1.)
Is uustlltablo for tho observatory. Tho
approach would be most Inconvenient
and should additional buildings bo Ut;
cr deemed necessary there would be
no room to extend those.
It will dopend upon tho result of (ho
meeting this afternoon whether on mit
tho obsm vntoiy Will bo built nt Kui
muk I. A good resoivolr Is nbsolutuly'
uocossaiy to- tho community, but mi
ohsFrvutory 1.4 not so Hut It Is well
within tho rights of tho Supcrlnlani
dent of Public Worku to say wlifch
mini is nvaunoio ior 1110 rescivoir nna
which 'may ba set nsldo for tho ob
Thd members ot the observatory
commlttpo are not worrilng their
heads about Uio matter us thoy hav.i
hoveral good sites lu mind and iu tho
nveu t offMurstou Ciunibcl not coliit
ddltig with their plans thoy will sel
ect another silo and commence build
ing operations nt-once.
xBlletin.Bnsine3j Office Phone 358.
Bulletin .Editorial Room Paon 18&
Monday. January 10.
San Francisco H. P. nithct, Am.
Iik, 3:30 p. m-
Onvlota Marlon Chllcott, Am., sin,
l:3 p. m. x.
Kuual porta Nooan, 8(tnr.,.). m.
Hawaii portt Maul, stmr., fiip. nt.
Tuesday, January 11.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kt'a,
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
'Maul 'and Molokal ports MltaliMa,
titrr., 5 p. m.
Khiinl ports Klnau, stmr, S p. m.
Mnhukon.i and Knwalhae-plwalanl,
stmr., 6 p. m. -.
Honoktia and Kukulhaclo PUlnau,
stmr., K p. m,
Wednesday, January 12,
Snn Francisco Alameda, O. S. 8., 10
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Vet steamer Mauna Kea for Hllu
apd way ports, Jan. 11. A. Jongs,
C, O llartjctt, D. H. Davis, C. Wrtl
terB, Mrfl.jjohn Hind, Mrn.vaco. Ron
ton, M. M. Graham. T. Gray, Sain
Johnson, J, J. Ilclscr, J. II .Rice, Mrs.
Itlco, J. L. Itlcc, II. p.. Rice, M. Gal
brallh, W, 11. Armstrong, Mrs. Arm
strong, Mrs! Philips, Miss McLean, L.
Ah On, II. Fogg, Mrs. Fogg, Z. Cush
Ing. Miss II. Crell, Miss II. Mackay,
W. McCallum. J. D. Ruddy.
Per O. 3. S. Alameda for San Fran
cltto Jan. 12. Mrs. K. Angelo, J. L.
Uurgess, E. W. llmgcss, A. II. Gor
don, Mrs. Gordon) Mrs. K. A. nenton
Mr, ami Mrs. Kcrshner, Mrs. J, S.
Young, Miss E, S. Bpcnccr, Mr. nnd
Mrs. G. W. Brow n, 6. P. Wurtz, II.
Kindt, Tlico. II. Jameron, Miss Goso,
Mis. Slavin, '.Mis. Martin, Martin
AbcIi, Mrs. (1. Holmes, M, Long, M.
McLauglillu, C, A.' Vance, L Schweit
zer, G, Usborn, Dr. L. L. Sexton.
r Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Jhn. 11. Miss Rice, Mrs. Cook, Mr J.
L. C. 8teel. M. nirdsejo. Mrs, Illrds
cye. H, L. McDonald, A, L. Karolo A.
J. Oglo, J. S. Linn W. II. narrlnger.
F. Walpa, Mrs. Walp.-f. F. Wcbcr, A.
F, Kniidten, Mis. Knudscn, Miss
Knudsen, H. M. Gellcl, 1). G. May, A.
Itanium, S. W, Damon. M. Richards,
Mrs. F. G. Douse, Chuns Deem, Ah
Por stmr Klnnmfnr Kauai rorfs Jnn
'll.-r-Mnry Cook, .Mrs. L. A.i Stcil, A.
r. Knudsen, Mrx, Knudsen, Miss Huthi
Knudsen, D. O. May.
Per, P. M. S. S. Korea for Hongkong:
via Japan ports, Jim. 13. N.,Vf. Star
ford. Mrs. Stafford, G. Ur Nosom, Mrs.
Ncscm, IJ. lllcau.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa for Kona and
Kuu 'ports, Jan. 1,8. Judge Kaulukou,
Mib. Kaulukou, Miss GeJdlngs. Miss
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawull ports. Jnn. II. Mrs. Mcl.ellan,
II. W. Mist, J. Scott. f
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, for Kautil
lioits, Jan. 13. A, Hunobcrg, D, G.
Malls aro uuo
points as follows:
at Honolulu from
San Francisco Per Korea, Jan. 12.
Yokohama Por China, Jnn. 14.
Vancouver Per Moana, Feb. 5.
Colonies Per Mnkurn, Fob. 1.
Malls will depart for tho following
polutH as follow'!;:
San, Frunclsto Tor Ahimudu, Jan, 12.
Yokbhama-Por Korea, Jan. 13.
Colonics Per Moana, Fob. G.
Vancouver Ptr Mnkura, Feb, 1.
A GREAT SHOW,
Wultor Stiinloii nnd Victoria Or
vlllo mado a hit at the Park. Thoator
la,K night for they brought tremend
ous applause fiom un stiullcnrot that
completely filled tho place. Stanton
is i n ciasn that Ih now toi Honolulu
for his act savors much of tho Allium-
urn or tho Empire of London, ills
linltntjons of birds and animals, more
pnitlcularly tho birds woro excellent
ami when n dug In thu cuclosuro
barken when Stuntoii barked tho
ciowil was convluccd of tho truthful
ncsfl of tho Imllutlon.
Miss qrvlllo saug jiwootly an 1 irnvn .
11 recitation (hat seemed, to ploaso. Mo
tion picturo audiences, howevci', caro
moio for tho hinging "than for omnia 1
)n that lino though In (his Instance n
Miss Orvlllu must have been plnaccd '
with tho ueknowlodgmcnti she re
ceived. Thq pictures nt Ihe Park l-i
night wero uuiisuully good. Idaho was
brought to thu uudlcneo by (h6 Vlows v
of Shosliouojind Twin Falls, (wu-ro-nmrkably
bouullful .places, mud' tho
luiaiemu wai. jspollbound whllo (hu
plCtm avvas, un (ho hcicen. Tho Leo
pard Queen was shown ugiln and was
well received, Tho poiformanco will
bo rei.eatcd tonight and a change lu
Ihe program will be made Wednos-
lllii' .!' '" " 1,0v wwth 9olnS nnd,
with tho exception of tho week thut
Tom Armttroag appenred, Is tho best
over seen at lhc,n,,rk, s
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