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KVBN1H0 BUIXBTIN, HONOLtJLO. T. 11., THURSDAY, JAN. JO, 1010.
Leahl Chapter Ho. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Third Denree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
f Oceanic 3econd Dtaree.
, All littinn mpniiiora nf the
Order niu roullally Invited to
mtoml tn't'Uiii;i of local lutigca
Meet on the
; VTUJr and and. n
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIM. A?SnGIATIOH. ciations cor-
ilially invited. .
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots every Monday evening at
.7:30 In I, O. O. F. Hall, Kurt Street.
M. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. 11. Wlcke, N. .
All vlsltlui; brutliern very cordially
' 0A1IU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Ilrat nnd third Frl
Buy evening at 7:30 In ICof 1: Hall,
corner Furl uud lloretuiilu. ' Visiting
i V brothers cordially Invited to atluud.
F. 11. NUUENT, C. O.
"T 11. QUSI.INU, K. It. H.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIB, II. 1'. O.
Klks, meets In their hall, on King
Ktrcct, near l'ort, every Friday even.
Ong. Visiting llrnthcra uio coullally
Invited tu nttond.
i:. A. DOUTIHTT, B. It.'
II. O. EASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. II. M.
Meets every llrst nnd third ThurB
Bays of ench monllf nt Knights of
Dtblas Hall. Vloltlng brother cor
Hlally invited- to nttuud.
' P. MODISH, Sachem.
i:. v. todd, c. nf it.
'HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
Moots on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of sncli muntli nt
(7:30 o'clock in K. of I'. Hall, corner
Ueretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. , ov, n. nn.KV. w. r,
WM. C. Ml COY, Sec.
Win. M'KINLEY I0DG.E JIo.8,K.ofP.
?4 Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
PVIJU1UK Ub illiV "HUII "
Hull, cor. Fort nnd Heretnnla, Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
P. M. STcfinBW. C. C.
13. A. JXCOHSON. K. It. S.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
- GEO. A. MARTIN,
' I FASHIONABLE TAILOR. '
Business Suits fcr $25,
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alcxnntftr Youni; Bld(c.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING end PAINTINO.
Bee: Honolulu Painting Co., 821
Kine St.; P. 0. Box 914.
I; S. UCHIDA
Bicycle shop and i?cnrrnl rcpaiiinc
Vk-fwork. Specialty in nickle, silver
nnd (jold plated woik.
tk VIMO. OPP AT.APAI KT.
"185 editorial .rooms 5(1 bust
rtesa clflce. Thcio are the telnphoni
Vuinbers of the Dulletlu ot(lc.
FOR WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS. BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT. CATARRH, DIFHTIIFJUA
Vftoorlttfl CrtsoUn iiopt llW pttoiyimi of
Whuopij Louih. ttrt.diMdfd Croup maimI
tiitl hte Ciicln It umkjI. II tU diitcllr
on no tntl ihirtl, irk Vim btruhtiig y In In
tl of CflJlI lortSfl the lhrt fttul llopl th
cbuih. It ii boon lo luflere.i ftora Atthma
Crctottn ti ft rowrrfu) ft?miif:iV( sulint toth
ki ft cutalitc nd piertntitt in cootlftou di
Crcioltnc' t recummcotUtioa m in thirty
yean ot iucc'mui uf.
F.r Silt if U DriubU
5tW JV hi hf Dtitt.
Throat Tftoltti, imp'e
lid forth! ti f (nf lK It
ruled throtl 10c.
Tit Vp CrtuUst Co.
HO ri'Ua Steit,
Mw Yftrk City.
Don t fory.il to cull mi Charlie at
the Orilioiim huUhiii .ml c.e those
Xor'li l'li' curhw while ""-u '(.( ur
(let a ilr of "Comfy" slippers ut
Mrlnvrio'H Bhm Store. Iteil fur folt,
hiM: ileliKhtfnl these cool innmliiKH.
Chl'd's $1 25; nilfKOn", $!."; women's,
i:ury woman and miss should wear
thu IVrtN dnod-Seiise Waist. Tliey
pioicrly Rt Ihe IlKiuu or all nses from
chllillioiid in woniuiihood and nro eon
diieUu to health nnd comfort.
If vou went to have oiir ndverlls
niK handled h men who ninke a spec
lull of this work nnd who hnn had
many years of practical experience,
rlHK up thu Ch.is. H. Frailer Co..
Why not he your own landlord? Tho
lllshop Triicl Co.. Ltd.. Ilcihel btreci.
Imo for sale acant resident propt-rjy
In the host districts of the city at
prices that u'il prme v.- altractlvo
to thu home seeker.
Yon can ciiil the most delicate fab
rics to the French I.uundrv, 258 IJero
Inula street, with the .:sHi,r.iuru that
they will be returned In perfect condi
tion for all the work Is dor.c liv hand
under careful mnenlsl
Extraordinary bargains In hand
made embroideries, etc., nt Mrs. J.
Itosunbeig's, In the Alexander Young
building, second floor. The whole
ttoalc will hu told out at .sacrifice,
prices. Xow Is tho time to tnke ad
vantage of the eiioruiauM bargains.
Sale- bogau this morning.
(Continued Trom Pace 1.)
Cleveland approaches hor berth her
pafcRongers will be greeted with songs
There are forty Christian Endeav
or menibeis amongst the nriinuJ-
the-world patty on the Cleveland.
Dr. Francis E, Clarke, president of
the United Christian Endeavor So
ciety, and teVoinl other prominent"
menibeis of this organization aru
amongst thoso who will entertain
and he entertained by Territorial
menibeis of tills world-wide toilet y.
At 11 o'clock on Sunday morning
Dr. Clarke will occupy the pulpit
of the Central Union church and de
liver one of his' famous addresses.
Members of the visiting Christian
Endeavors will visit the different
churches throughout tho city nnd de
liver addresses. Secretary Shnw will
speak ut tho Kriwalnhno church,
whero'mpmboiB nf all the Hawaiian
churches nf Honolulu will meet In
In tho afternoon nt 3 o'clock a
Junior Endeavor rally In the Cen
tral Union thurtii will Jio new, nt
which Mrs. Dr. Clarke will be tho
principal speaker. This will be a
union meeting for all tho young peo
ilrf'K societies of the city, as well
$s fop the delegates of the other
Islands. J lie uuiiiess m una meoi
Ing will bJ delivered by Dr. Clarke
and Boveral well-known preachers.
Special music ha" )-ill nrrnnged for
this service by Prof. Lee. This will
Include native Hawaiian choruses
nnd songs by the Kumehunioha hoys.
A featuio of tho musical program
for the edlllcutlon of the visiting
Christian Endenvorers will 1)0 com
lictltlvo singing by delegates from
Hawaii, Mmil, Uahu and Kauai. Tho
Maul delegates, upout fourteen In
number, m rived thli morning- on the
Claudlne. The delegates' iiom llu
wall will arrive on S.itutday ''V. Jhe
Maium Ken! theso from Kun.il w'J"
an I've on Saturday by tho Klnau.
The dolegatcs will blng only Hawai
ian tongs when competing against
On Monday, January 21, tho local
Christian Endeavor Micletles have
planned to tuke tho visitors about
the city In nutomobllcs. Amongst
other spots, the Fall and Moanaluu
will ho visited. Ilev. A. A. Kbersole
Is helping the Oahit Young People's
Union to arrange this program, un1
fiom picbcnt Indications tho vlsltots
will be entertained In such n tiiaii-
ner that they will cany away with
(hem a feeling of giatltude that
they visited Honolulu and were en
tertiilnod by Hnnotuluiis In it milli
ner thut will havo been uuequulcd
by any other country visited during
their lung tilp .around the world.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The classified' ad is the warranted
messenger of the. small dealer. It
places his Business txiore me .enure
reading public for a very small out
lay. You can advertise' in the'B ul
letin classified columns for one
cent a word.
AutoniobJIcs' $4 per hour. Phone (J.
Call any see miko paton at tne En
Fine copperplate engraving and
ritntbig'nt hejkbane's, Fort Jtreet
Physfcul ulturo and maimago given
by Prof. Huron, 5152 Young Hotel.
If you want n good Job dona on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 42" Queen St.
Wong Mil Kong is held at the police
station as n vagrant; ho will Interview
Judgo Andradc tomorrow and tell' all
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
will hold Its weekly meeting at 3:30
o'clock, when the ordinary troutlno
mutters will be brought ,up.
Kanalu Kenloha. who is charged
with assault and battery on .another
native, had his case continued this
morning at tho Police Cort.
No trnco of the body of the second
mn(er of tho schooner Horcalls has
so far been found, but it Is probable
that the next couple of days will solve
Six Chinese who neglected to tako
out licenses for their business, houses
wore on the Police Court calendar
this morning. All the casos wero sent
cner till January 27.
S. Decker's bunch of ball players
has sent n chnllengs to the Ewa nlno
and the sugar growors did not hesitate
long before accepting. . The game will
be played at Ewa next Sunday and
rliould prove as exciting' as that In
which the Deckers and Aieas met' last
Four fresh festive fit artists arrived
at the police station last night and,
after n good sloop, faced Judge An
drnde this morning. O'Drlen got six
ty days free board nt Asch's honie for
drunks; Oniura forfeited his ball;
Drown dug up )5 and Douglas, a nov
ice, got a suspended sentenco of thir
Tho Hawaiian Pineapple Orowers'
Association, with headquarters In New
York City, lias Just received a letter
from I). O. Haynes & Co., publishers
of The Soda Fountain, stntlng'thnt the
first price of 2S(for the, best,, soda
fountain formula htir linen -iwrded to
Edwnrd C. Swain. UHi lltli, Ave., Al-
loonn, Pa. Mr. Swain christened his
receipt) "Hawaiian' Plneappto Kiss.'
Tho various formulas submitted wero
handed to a committee of practical
dispensers In New York City. These
were received from Omaha. Neb.;
Scruntnn. Pa., Norfolk, Va., New Or
feaiiB, l.a.; York, Neb., Danville, III.;
Newport,' II. 1 and many other cities.
Tills proves how popular Hawaiian
grown pineapples are on tho mainland,
and what nil immense field has been
exploited to advance the Mile or. this,
WE HM WITH US
AT THE YOUNQ.
Thursday, January 20.
I.. Wclnzhelmcr, l.ahalna; E. Kruse,
Lnhalna; II. H. Hagerup, Walluku; S.
C. Taylor; K. J. Zeolwltz, Lahalnu;
Dr. and Mrs. I.. J. McMahon, San
Francisco; Fred Jameson:. Frod S.
Shnup ,San Francisco; II. A. Petrco,
San Francisco; J. M. Duckworth, San
Francisco; Mr, and .Mrs. Charles Ol
iver, I.os Angeles; C. M. Denlston.
n. A. Wudsworth. Walluku, Maul;
John T. Moir, Papaikou; , Julius
Wormser, San Francisco; D. E. Metz
ger, lllto; Mrs. L, Acton, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. John Jay Hick and maid,
New lledford, Mrs. Ches Kurneaux,
Hlln; It. It. Elgin, Mahukona; Ernest
Moses, Illlo; W. O. Aiken, Makawao,
Maul; Mr. and Mrs. WA. Armstrong
Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W, A.
I-oonilH, Seattle, Wash.; E., A. Wy-
mun, Wenutchee, Wash,; Horace John-
Sunday, January 16. ,
T. llrundt. Wttlmoa.i Kauai; W. D.
Mcllryde. Wnlaha; Capt. John Morong,
U. 8. N. Kukiil: Irving W. Fish. Hana-
lei, Kauai: Mr. and Mrs. Watt, City.
Monasy, January 17.
C. J. Schocnlng, Mrs. J. Schulmelst-
Tuesday, January 18.
A. W. Karnes, Wahlnwa; Julius
Wormser, San Francisco.
Wednesday. January 19,
' F. Crawfoid, l.lliue; Mrs. M. B.
Smith. Chicago. III.; Mrs. D. R. 8.
Lewis, Salt Lake City.
at the hawaiianI
Thursday, January 20.
Mr, nnd Mrs, C. H. Olsen, Kahukii.
."'?lM- iMphtsouwry s. Curroy. San
FiW?S(il J-!,8a E- Horton. Dcrke-
ley, Cal.; "T. and Mrs. W. D. Lowell,
8unday, January lit.
Charles W. Mcl.cod, Wulpahu; J,
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
fur all sorts of cuts, bruises, burns and
strains. Taken Internally It cures ell-
an lieu and dysontery. Avoid substl
20c, 35c and 50c,
Old llachelor "When u- yolmg man
thinks uliout getting muirled these
days It Is time to get the hook."
Ileneillct "I bhould say so. Esjk).
daily If he marries one of these KlrU
with fifty buttons on tho back of tholr
When you -want to be
Handled right, phone yonr order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. Love.'
WATIRFftonT NOT LS
THE HILONIAN, a Maltnn Naviga
tion stedmer now In Aort will Inau
gurate tho triangular ..service nil h'V
next voyage down from the coast Tho
Hllonlan Is scheduled to sill f.'om Ho
nolulu on next Tuesdai mornlir; at 10
o'clock. The vcbscI will proccd Pi.
8an Francisco arid thence to Seattle,
leaving Jho Puget Sound tort for H
noiulu on February Hi. The lliionim
Is cxiiccted to arrive here on Febru
ary 2C and proceeding to Port Allen,
will sail frOni the Kauai port on March
7 for San Francisco direct, arriving
there on March 10, Nine das later
the vessel will again reach Seattle.
THE A.-H. freighters Nevadan. from
San Fraud Isco direct, and the, Missou
rlnn, from Seattle, arc cxiiectcd by
the local ngency to,arrlvc nt Honolulu
on Sunday. The Nevadan Is bringing
general cargo and perhaps n few pas
sengers from: Son Francisco. This ves
sel should also' bring three days' latnr
mail from the rrialtilaml. The Missou
rlan rnrrlcd general merchandise from
the United States via Now York, To
huantcpec, S'allna Cruz, Sun Francisco
Portland, Seattle and Tncoma.
THE A.-H. freighter Columbian
sailed from San Francisco for Soattlc
yesjerday, according to advices re
ceived at, the local agency nnd that
vessel is scheduled to sull from tho
Puget.Souml port for Honolulu mi Jan
uary 2C, The Columbia is bringing
general mainland cargo Including New
York via Tehuaiitepec, San Francisco
and Puget Sound ports. The Colum
blan will be followed twelve days Int
er by tho freighter Alaskan,
IT IS PREDICTED that when the
Pacific Mall liner Siberia arrives here
from San FrnnciECu on January 31 that
j'erscl will have In operation a com
plete ana powenui wireless piani cap
ablo of transmuting messages n great
dUtanco and equal to that accomp
lished by her .sister ship, the Korea.
It Is understood that the Korea's plant
has left little to bo desired In Its ef
ficiency In the transmission of long
THE RECENT rainy weather has
again emphasized r the necessity for
better sidewalks) nd crossings lead'
ing from the business center of the
city to the new Alakea street wharf.
A portion cf tho thoroughfare neces
sary to be traveled by arriving und
departing pastcugert) Is a dlsgrucer to
a community one-tenth the size and
Importance of Honolulu.
ACCORDING to a belated cable re
ceived from Japan, tho T. K. K.
freighter Munshu Maru 'roni Hong.
kong and Japan porU, bound for South
America, sullfd from Yokohamu on
January in. This vessel Is expected
to cell here o.i or about noxt Monday.
The vessel will bring n general orleut-
a I cargo.
UOUND FROM Hongkong ami Ju
pan ports via Yokohama for Honolulu,
tho Toyo Kltcn Kalslia liner Chlyo
Maru Is reported to have sailed from
tho Japanese. K)rt on lust Tuesday.
The. Chlyo Maru Is expected to nrrlve
at Honolulu or on about January 28.
SHORTLY AFTER 1 o'clock this af
ternoon the American bark Andrew
Welch. Captain Kelly. Balled for San
Francisco. The vessel carried nlioni
olght 'hundred tons of raw sugar fin lnn.lnt, - .- -. .
the coast refineries. The Welch .iidiNOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC LAND
not carry nny passengers,
THERE ARE twelve hundicd tons
of general cargo on board tho Toyo
Klscn Kulsha liner Chlyo Maru, which
Is to bo discharged at Honolulu when
that vessel arrives hero on January
27 from Hongkong nnd Japan iortB,
THE AMERICAN barkentlno Mnka
weM having discharged hor shipment
of lumber and general cargo at Kahu
lul, that vessel Isi reported' to have
sailed for Port Townscnd yesterday.
Tho vcssol departed In ballast.
THE NEXT MAIL from tho main
land by tho way of San Francisco
should arrive hero by tho American
Hawaiian froiKhter Novudan. This
voscel Is duo herei either Saturday af
ternoon or Sunday morning.
AUSTRALIAN advices received
through the local branch of the mar
ine exchange announces tho departuro
of tho Canadian-Australian liner Mu
kinu from Sydney, for Honolulu oti
THERE IS LITTLE prospect of
much wireless communication being
Had betweou tl'ie powerful Kabukti
station and the Hamburg-America lino
steamer Cleveland. Tho Derninn ves
sel Ib provided with but a small wire
less planj .said to bo capabld of com-
Exclusive Patterns in Handsome Grays
English and American Weaves. Made to your order, with fit and
style unequaled, ,
W. W. AHAISA & CO.
03 So, Xing St,
SURE to have your
ntttnicatlng a little over three hun
dred miles; It Is expected that it will
be' Friday or Saturday1" nefrtr'd wire
less messages can be exehfiliged lie
twecu the Onhu Btatton and the esicl.
THi: INTEIMSI,ANU. lUHeamor
Claudlne, arriving from' llnwnll uud
Maul ports tills tiiorn.'ig, met with
Koimii ver;.- heavy weather on thu In-
waiil.t-p. The teasel w'n u.iablc i.,
will' eargo or tund null ur ms-oii
gets nt Lnupiihnohoe .in dull Hi'Wall
nialls were In ken on b.ii'd at Illlo
Tho Claudlne arrived vvili n caw. Iiii
eluding 108 sacks of corn 32 hnxs. and
210 packages of sundries:
PURSER KHII.ING ofxho Intor-ls-land
steamei' Claudlne reports Ihe fol
lowing shipping at Hlln: The Matron
Navigation- sieamcr Enterprise, nnd
barks Olympic. Saint Kathcrlne. 'An
nie JohtiEon arid schooner Aloha.
ElOHTY.HnAO of cattle. 18 oilvea
and 30 bales' of hides. wore Included n
the Hhlpuienti; brought to thin pcrt
this morning by Ihe Ititcrlsland steatu
cr Maul. The Maul comes from Kn
FIFTY-FIVE hundred sacks of
Kauai sugar arrived at tho poit tills
morning by the Inter Islptid steamer
PRICE OF SUGAR
Cheap Stock Reach Level
But Bond And Ewa
That slump lo four. cents was a mls
tako In tho transmission or the sTigar
quotation for raws, but It did not full
to cool the ardor of boiiiu of tho people
In thu stock murkct.
The record of the Exchange showed
It this morning In the cheap stocks,
hut Ewa sold lift)' cents u share high
er on thq streiigtlt.of It.
Tl.cro Is no doubt that tho quotation
won led many people, but certainly
not thu bond buyers. Foity thousand
dollars nf Kuuul railway Gs bold at
par,, eight thousand dollars of the new
Hakuluu extension bonds went at 95
and Ohm 6s sold at par.
With the stocks, Mcllryde shaded
down to 7, evening up with Olaa, quot
ed at the same figure. Piuuiliuii holds
at 30 and Hawaiian Commercial nt
38.50, Houokaa has sold In good sized!
blocks at 22.50 ,aml O.ibu Sugar nt
35.25, dropping off twenty-flvo cents u
bhuro since tho last previous sale.
WILLING TO OBLIGE.
"That's n pretty diamond you have
on," said the sleek stranger with tho
"Yes, It's a four carat, tako It from
mo." boasted Uio vain youth,
"Thanks, believe I will."
And tho next moment tho sleek
stranger had taken It and vanished.
SITUATED AT HANALEI. DIS.
TRICT OF HALELEA, ISLAND
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 21, la 10, at tho fiont doois
to tho Capitol, Honolulu, there wia
be sold at public miction, under pro
visions of p.irt v., Lund Act 189,
Sections 278-285 inclusive, Revised
Laws of Hawaii, a general lease or
tho following described land:
, Government remnant, Bltuated nt
Hanalel, District of Huleleu, ;aual,
routululng nn area of 950 acros,
moie or less, classed ns pastoral
Upset icntnl, 125.00 per annum;'
payable, mutually In advance. Term
of lease, 15 enrs fiom March 1,
This leuro will contain conditions
lequliini; fencing. .
Reservations regarding land re
quired by tho government for set
tlement and reclamation'., will bo em
bodied in this lease, tj '
Cost of ndvei Using tohe paid by
For maps and rui thor. .'conditions,
apply at the office 'of tlio X'ommls
sloiior or Public Lands. Honolulu.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated ut Honolulu, January 19,
4522 Jun, 22, 29; Feb. fi, 12, 19, 21
Thursday, January 20.
Hawaii porti. Miiut, stmr., a. m.
llnwnll and Mnttl ports Claudlne,
stmr., n. m.
Knual ports Llkcllke, stmi'., a. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
"Trlday, January 21.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Man
churln, P. M. S. S.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, January 23.
SAN FRANC. SCO Salted Inn. 10-
S. S. Columbian, for Seattle
KAHULUI Sailed Jan. 19:
lll'.ln. Mnknwell. for Port Towns.nd
Uuford. arrived at' San Francisco from
Honolulu, Oct, 15, i
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila, Dccr27.
Logan, from Manltn, for Honolulu,
Thomas, from Itdnnlulii for Manila
Sheridan, nrrived San Francisco fiom
Honolulu, Jan. 12, ,
Passenger Agent Here
In Interests Of
Tho northeast winds and gaM had
miHh to do with tho Matron Nnvlgi
Hon liner Hllonlan, fulUns a little be
hind her tegular bChedill'J on the toy
age from San Francisco tu Honolulu
Tho steamer arrived cIT tin) port
shoilly after midnight Wedl-rsday und
was Inside the harbor n.id alongside
her wliarf nt 7 o'clock thh morning.
"Tho weather was soinothliig fierce
for three days prior leatlm; S.in Trail
Cisco," was the comment fi'uni one of
the ship's officers.
Tho Hllonlui! behaved liorseir In hei
usual exemplary manner s.ty the offi
ccis but the wind nnd .rvcis served
to retard tho progress nf iliu vesse"
despite n change made t.i t' pitch of
hor propeller blades, and bhe came
down from the coast In ,i little over
Nino flue now nutnmobllr-i were un
loaded from the lllliiuhui this moi-ii'
lug us pa it or the IIIOO (hum or giMicml
cargo brought down from the main
land. ThU machines come innslguoil
to local Importers, luclu.l.t,;; flvo fin
von Hnmm-Yniing, two ror E. O. Hal
ami two for Oils Schuninn.
Sixteen passengers arrived nnd .1
United Stntes mall iininuntlng to 27.1
Backs was received by tho local tmatni
Dr. L. J. McMahon, nnd Mrs. Mc
Million of San Francisco nro n bride
nnd groom, both highly connected with
the social set or the Hay City. Just
pi lor to the balling or the Hlionlan
Dr. McMnho'n and MlbB Ellu llutli Ot-
linger weiii wed. Dr. McMahon Is one
of tho prominent members, of the
Olympic Club. Tho cnuplo will lenialu
here for a number of weeks.
Tho Southern Pacific Hallway Com
pony intonds to look-well aftor tho In
terests of tho hrgo party of six nun.
died or more tourists who uro now
traveling tills way by the Hamburg
America liner Cleveland, lly the Hi
lonlnn nrrived Mcbsrs. Fred S. Schoup
and J, M. Duckworth, both consplcu
oiisly Identified with tho passenger de
partment of Illo 'Ilnrilnian railway
lines. Tho'represeiitutlvos comu hero
to meet tho Cleveland nnd Join the
Clnrk tourist party. They will have
arranged all dolulls ror tho rail trans
portation and Pullman sleeping car
booking during tho six dnya voyage
fiom Honolulu to San Francisco. Tho
Clark party Includo people from nil
over tho United .States and It will ho
no tninll Job to book these peolilo to
TJila Is tho last, voyage of tho Hllon
lan on. tho San Francisco-Honolulu
direct service. Tho vessol Is sehed
nle'd to sail for tho California poit on
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Rho
win then tako a tiiaugulnr routo from
San Francisco which will Inrliido Heat
tlo, Midline liner will then ennio down
fiom tho Sound on tho Inst leg or tho
NEW - TODAY
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
,. STOCKHOLDERS OF WILDER
& CO., LTD.
Tlie following officers woro duly
elected- to seivo for tho ensuing
Piesldout and Manager
Snml, (1. Wilder
Vice-PiBsldont (1. j, wilder
Secietuiy und Tieusuier. ,J. R. dan
Atplltor Henry Davis
. .15, D. Toniioy and J. A'. Wlldor
(Signed) J. . QALT,
VE8SEL8 TO DEPART
Thursday, January 20.
Knual porta W, 11. Hall, stnm, 0
Sun Francisco Andrew Welch, Am.
S. S., 1 p. in.
Friday, January 21.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Per Btmr. Claudlne. riom Hawaii
und Mnul ports, Jun. 20. (!. W. Cnir,'
M. Julia Bush, S. Anron, C. O'Sulll
van, Ed Lyons, Miss Johnson, Mrs, i.
IJ. Holland, Mrs. Wiitermnn, Jnmes
Spencer, S. E. Taylor, C. Walters,
Mis. Welters, J. K. Mouuse. Mrs. M.
I.nngee, II. P. llnhlwin, Mrs. Ki Clio
ong, Miss H. O. Alexander, E. Kruse,
K. J. Zedwltb, J. Wnrd.
Per M. N. 3. S. Hllonlan. from Snn
Francisco, Jan. 20, W. Enrlo mid
wife, Andrew' Davidson, ,F. W. Jnina
son. Miss II. Hitchcock, 'II. A. Pearee,
Dr. nnd Mrs. L. McMahon, Fred S.
Schnup, Mrs. ,lno. Sllva, .1 M. Duel;
tvojlh, K. J. HCelinn, J. .AlcUelll, Mr;
and ,MraJ Ch.ts. Ohmcr'Jos. Hurty,
Jos. Sllva, V. Newell, Jno. Zuhlk.
Per O. 8. S. Alamedn, for San Fran
cisco. Feb. 2, Miss Murk.. Mrs. N. El
lison, A. T. Oimsby. Mrs. Onnsby,
Clinuncoy Dowry, Mrs. Dewey, II. T.
Mooro. Mis. Alooic, Mis. A. F. Dixon,
Mr. nnd Mrs (iCimalu, (1. W. Drown,
Mrs. Drown, Miss V. MitcClregor, Mis.
K. MncOregor. Miss L. A. Williams,
Itev. Wcstertelt, Mrs. Gross, Miss
Omars, O, Doiulas Jones, V. Ducliner.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Mnul nnd
Hawaii ports, Jon, 21. Mrs. E.
Stboltz, Mrs. W. H. Abbey W. II. Ab
bey, Per stmr. W a. Hall, for Kauai
pons. Jan. 20. Miss M. Dlggart. Mrs.
Wcdomeycr. .Mis. Christian.
Mulls nro nun at Honolulu rrotu
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Jan. 21.
San Francisco Per Nippon Maru,
Vancouver Per Mo.inn, Feb.. 5.
Colonies Per Mnkurn, Feb. 1.
iMulls will depart Mr the following
points as follow :
Snn Francisco Por Manchuria nJn
Yokohama Per Nppon Maru. Jan. 25.
Vancouver Per Mnkura. Feb. l.
Colonies Per Mn.-ui-i, Kb. 5.
DOVE OF PEACE
Democrats Of Fourth
District Declare For
The whltp-wlnged dove of peace
hovered lovingly over n Democratic
political gatlieiing out MolUIII ' way.
Inst evening, ut vvhlcli tlmo nJlaiKo
dolegntlon of "iinlei rifled" from tin
First, Second nnd Third Preclnptn or
that lock-rililied Republican sli-ong-hold,
tho Fourth District, met uud In
dulged In harmonious felicitations ninl
ilirldentully elcrted a representative)
to the Torrltnilal Central Committee.
Tim Mollllli inuetliig might bo -ikon
as the nting ot ono or tho prelim
inary guns in tho coming political cam
paign. Harmony wv.h tho watchword, tvhllj
Fourth District Democrats assembled.
It Is Sflld that about two hundred rep
tesentutlves of tho party wem pres
ent. Tho labors of tho Democratic win 1c
era in Tonltorlal, County nnd city
Holds of endeavor was In might to tho
nttontlon of the gathering und uarli
ofllce holder received un endorHCinont
from tho various Biieakers.
What the Doiunrnitg lack liiVniiin
bera In thd Fourth Dlttrle.l they o.
dently muko up In onthuslaimi. It vns
stated that each un, VOry Deninorat
now drawing a monthly stipend rroni
thu Tenltory or tho City nnd Aunty,
has been weighed In tho acnlcs of
publlo opinion nnd found not wuntlnic
It wus the senso nf tha iinwiing that
those iiikiii whom falls tho luaiitl,, or
omco and its train of grato responslbu
Itles, should ho returnd to their ,i.
ore thiough tho support nnd vntn ot
a truo and tried Democracy.
Thero wero nmoiig the OKgemlilial
nieiiibeis of tlio Democratic Torrltntlal
Committee und also workors of ptnm.
Iiienre In thu City, and County vine
Ono of tho Iniportnnt'm-ittorn talrnn
up by the meeting wna tire elcctlni of
C. W. North as Territorial Committee,
mun, leprescntlng tho First and Sec
Democratic pieclnct club., nto row
getting IntU linn nii.l .,11,., .
wll now b thu order or tho dav Tho
promlto f0r un uueigetlc uud funv .0. ,!
lug campaign Is oMiemely brl-jh" .e
cording to present Indlcqtlop,,, '
There U about 7rt per cTn"t wore
more wua Wu yum uau.
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