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nvRN'iNn nri.i.RTtN, honolulp, t. h.. Monday, dec. 12, 1910.
'nliifii'('liiiiti'r lltKiilnr, t
HiiHiilliiii Third Degree.
All visiting member! of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting) of local lodgts
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iiDiuc cueiutcBC Member of
SKEFICIAL ASVCIATIOi. statSU
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meeia every Monday evening at
T:S0 In I. O. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. K. McCOY, Noble Grand.
'Alt visiting brother very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
. Meeta every firBt and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONE3, 0. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meet every first and third Thurs
days of each raonth at Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
iially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meata on the 2nd and 4th WED-
NE9DAY evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglea are Invited to at-
W. R. RILET. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O.
- Elks,, meets In their hall, on King
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brother are cordially
-.Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUdHERTY, B. R.
' fJEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE, NO, 8,
Meeta eyy 2nd aiyl 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brother cordially Invited to at
tend., , . H. A, TAYLOR. C. 0.
r , E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. B.
PA88ENQER8 ARRIVED I
Per stmr. Mlkohala, 'from Maul and
Molokal iiorts, Decomber 11, Mrs.
..Thompson, Mrs. Ferguson, Mra. Kau-
naniano, 0, S. Murasky, J. IlallenKer,
Mra. Ilallcngor, Mlsi N. Meyers, Mrn.
Orny. Mrs. Hlcknrd, Mrs. Nevln, mirso
and three children, Miss 1C Meyers.
-,Pcr U. 8. A. T. I.0Ban. from San
iFrancUci) for Honolulu, Dec. 12. l.t.-
Col. 4 W. Benet, 1st U. U Ornliam,
Mrs. Oraliam and Miss 1;. CartwriRht,
Capt. C. 0. Hall. Capt. N- I' McCluru
and wife, Mrs, E. Pardee, l.t 11. M
- Parker and wife, J, A. Settlo, U J. II.
i Turner, Lt.iH, It. VauRhan, Mrs. J. C.
Williams, I.. II. Watklns, Clara An
Rustlnson, Mrs, II Eckcrt and child,
Sergt. Henry llekort
rNo Passengers by Hllonlan.
i The Matson Navigation steamer HI
Ionian after a lino trip down from Ho
nttlo came alongside tlio railway
wharf about noon today Tlio vessel
' broiiRht no passengers but lias about
Eoven hundred tons of general cargo
to be discharged at Honolulu, After
.completing ilils work the vessel will
proceed to Port Allen, Knanapull, Ka
hulul and Hllo. At each of the Island
Iiorts a quentlty of freight will be
SHIPPERS TAKE NOTICE.
Freight for Southern California
and Eastern points will be received
for shipment by the bark Aldun
Hesse, leaving here December 27 for
Los Angees direct. Connections made
with the Salt Lake, Santa Ke and
Southern Pacific lines.
CRESCENT WHARF & WAKE
i HOUSE CO,,
' Care P. O. Ilox filO. Honolulu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $1 or Imiir, I4WI Stables,
Try 11 case of PinerUr It Is puro
Phono 1 .". fi 7 .
t'npl Llo celebrated his 77lh birth
dnv in Sunday
If jour horse or dug In kU k. A It
llnwiit, D. V. 8. I'liiinu 2120.
l'or distilled vviiloi, illiu'a Hoot
Doer mid nil otlirr popular drinks.
King up Phono 2171. Consolidated
A. W Porelatrous, ilio Ititsslan Im
migration nRcnt, will lo.no for tho
Oijuii on ilio chlni.
At. It. ('iiiiulcr'x Jcmir) Merc Mill
bi- npt-n even cu'liliii: from M.ituidi),
I'li'i'tiilur Kill inilll Urn inlier -till
'I In- lliioilii mil lliiol'i I.nliul So
erlv will hold ll.tl- rcg.ilar montlilv
niiL'tlii'i mii WcdiiLTdny morning 10 :i,
in 1.1 tin l'vilolanl Maternity Home
Ail i.rmliPra nrn icqnc tml totitlenl.
A itifui 'tii:e uvcr Immigration
mailers was held tlil morning tit tlio
UiKiilginiu riulloii between Com mis
ill iur I) J. kcefo. Itnvmnnd 0.
Drown, Innpertnr In chargo; District
Attinui'V llrcckoils. Dr. Victor S.
Clark mid II. II. Wodehiiuse of tho
Terrltoilul Hoard or Immigration.
AiclilUol T (1111 has complete 1
planH fm a now $12.0(10 uffico and
i evidence building for Dr. Striiitb.
'ho.ui ofllce wer" iccontlv liiiriiL'd.
Tlio new building will lip nl the cor
ner of .Miller and Iloreiaula streets.
The flrKt floor will tin ilnviitnil In nf.
flees. tl second In I)r Slimili'n real
ilcnco The building. It Is pxiiected.
will In' roliiplet.'il In Mm.
Delegation In Honolulu Rc-
turnintj From Study of
Tuan Cliln Imperial Chlueso dolo-
Kuto to the Ititvrnntiuiinl Kallwny
Conference held last suuiuier lit
Heme, Switzerland:' Sliao-ylug I).
Shue, his secretary, nlld I Inn l.liinll
ung, dlrector.geueral of (onsttiKtluu
of the Tcheklaiig Hallway, are In Ho
nolulu today, thruiiRli liassungers on
the steamship China.
The party left Heme at tlio 'ln3u
of the conference Inst July, and Itu
members have been making u study
of the various ralliuudt of tlio United
States and Europe ever since. Secre
tary Shne, who U the official Interpic
tcr mid w.u educated at Oirliejl Uni
versity, exinessod the latlsfuctloii of
his chief at the courtesies shown tlio
party by the American railway ulll
clals. Ho said:
"We hac been making nil exten
sive study of the railroads of the
United States and Europe slnca the
close of the llorno conference, and
wo r, ml that tliiuo of the United
Stntes ure fur ahead of iho others Wo
wish to show our appreciation of tlio
many courtesies which we have re
vived from the railroad officials of
this country. We looked over the
Now York Central, Pennsylvania,
Union and Snutcru P.iclllc and maiiyj
others. Wo were given a prlvnto car
to do aB we wished with.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704" Wiies and Liquors Tel. 1704
, Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Roticje Wines
Sole Aaents Mumm's Champafjne
I Schlitz Beer
III II HH'iB'll I' "I m I
': j . will buy your Christmas , :
Suit. We give you the
Clothes to wear when you
make your first payment.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$10.00 to $25.00
The 'Crnck" 1011 Models Arc Now on Display Come Early
Francis Levy Outfilt'ng Co., Ltd.
Credit Clothiers 1214 Vott, Opposite P.'te Station
CITY TRANSFER CO.
LID ON PACIFIC
IMMlGRAtlON OFFICIALS CLAP DOWN
PRIVILEGE HERETOFORE GRANTED CHINESE STEWARDS
TO GO ASHORE HERE, WAS REVOkED THIS MbMlNG.
INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS REPORT FINE WEATHER.
HILONIAN IN FROM SOUND.
There has li"rn a gonoial tlKiitcnins
up of existing t.ius ami leRiilatlou
icrtalnlng to liuuiiurailim ui.iticrs nt
the port of lliiiiotu.il an. I li Is pre
dicted Unit tlio latest in io In ri'Vok
It'ig the privilege grmleil In CIiIiumcs
t iiiiIoooh of tlio MlowanlK ilopailnioiit
on lueiiiuiiig KloatniTK In Ruing nKlioio
during thu i;t.i) of Iho wssi-l nl Iln
iidIiiIii, may lio foilawoil by tlio Ktrlug
I'lit euliiicoiiieiit of oilier legiilatliius
now on the slntutivi.
When the Kolernl ImiiilRratloii urn
ccis ho.udeil Ilio I'arllk- Mall steamer
China off the harbor this morning they
lufoiineil Caiilaln Daniel l'rleto All 1
Actlii).' l'uii-er ('. M. Landers that no
t'lilnoe lielniiRliig to the vessel would
ho peiiultted to Ru nshoru at Hono
lulu lleietolnro It has been the cus
tom of IniuilRrntloii officers to Issue
a limited millibar of parmlts to Chi
ppie employees of the Htownnls do
liailmeiit for brief tlheity on shoro.
TliP-io Chlnefco have lieJii imsslni;
IhroiiRh the toil for months nlld in
sonic Instaupcs many cas. They ro
well known to the local niithurltle-i
ami iinin tlio docking of a trntis-l'acl-
iiv. mi-uiiii-i ui iiiu w tun. u iiiiiiiuui iji ,., ..... . . -
.i v i. .... nn ., uo"1'!0". deputy collector of port, aceom
n.. ..t..n...n ... (I... ...l....r n .....!. .h ..r
. (iiuj nj nvt tiling iwni liu
gangway, generally arrayed In vvhlto
mid, wearing Panama lists,
Whether the lo.'i.citlou of the privi
lege In due to the arrival of Commis
sioner of Immigration Kccfe or to Urn
wholesale attempt to siiiiisrIo Chin-
ni Z , i',,. L7 i
of "he JSSirSCh
rla, Is not stated, but Is a certainty
that there were a number of disap
pointed servants on board the China
when that vcsppI e.tnie nlnngildo Iho
llnckfeld wharf at nluo o'clock this
The old icllnblo China has several
new officers. General Manager
Schwcrln had b f one day In Snn
Francisco bofnrp the scheduled do
pjiture of tlio China but ho succeed
pd In soverlng tlio connection or sov
prnl employees from that branch of
Tlicto hat been no more popular
official traveling across tlio Pacific
than C. M Landers who for Mime time
has been freight clerk on tlio Man
cliutla. 1 inders now presides over
the ileitlnlcs of the purser's office In
the China While designated ns act
ing pur-or. IiiulerK' friends, and they
JAS. II. LOVE
MAIL LINER CHINA
are li-glon aip satisfied that ho will
rontluuo to Koro In the capacity of
the I'uclflc M.ill Company "rpprpsen
tatlv.ut sua" In this vessel until such
lime UitiHiRh his display of uniform
(omtesy he Is called higher and giv
en ii more exalll'd position. Purser
l.andolM poHxcmie a wide npiiialti
taueo with people and affairs on the
Pacific const service. Former Purser
Hales lias hiHMi Iransfeircd In tlio Pa
nama run nml went out on the last
trip or the Oily of Sydney. Hates U
atild to lnivp biTome mixed up with a
lot of rontrnliind silk mid curios that
wen) round In his stateroom by tlio
customs olllcers nt Snn Francisco.
Chief Officer M. T. Ilalley 1ms been
detnOliPd from tlio sc-rvlco and Ills
lilacn on Ilia China lias been filled li)'
A. D, Tlbhets, llalloy has been hold
nt Snn Kranrlarn nwnltlng orders
Chief Officer Tlbhets was formerly
Bpoonil officer In Urn Sllierh.
Tlio China Is carrying 100 cililn and
20U Asiatic pisspngors; twenty flvo of
the former chits leaving the vessel nt
Among the rassongcrs who remain
od'over hern wero William II. Ham-
pa n led by his wife and son. Allan.
and Miss1 E. Urcgg. The Hamilton
party "will bo the gnosis or Major S.
W. Dunning, Harold Danzig, the
baseball nljycr. and his wlfo nro also
passengers for tho rort. nCy. w. T.
'Austin; head or the Seamen's mission
-iVrtahsT, is returning to ,o oft.
Hut five Ions or frelKlit will bo lert
here 'befor.Q tlio vessel sots sail ror
Jaiiaiu porti 4iiid Hongkong nt dvo
o'clock this evening. Tho through
freight Incbiilca 220 Ions general nior
chnndlso und of this there Is ISjO
bales or tolton ror .Inpnncso mills.
Five hundred thousand dollars In sli
ver bullion Is being trniuforrod to
Captain V. C. Cowles wan a insaun
ger by tho China ns was Mrs, S. M
Hovpp who coinos hern to Join her
Three maiuhprs or the Imperial Chi
iiejK CnmnilHs'n of Unllvvnys nml
1'cjls nro rPtiiriilug to Peking after
having visited a number of Import
ant places on tlio continent nn.l tlu
I.ee Thing, stationed nt Los Ango
les and n Federal Commission" r
Immigration Is proceeding to lions
kong on n tour of Investigation.
Tho pcloii'iir tho royal houso of the
It reared King or Slam Is on board tho
China nml Is Journeying back to Hip
land cr Iho Whlto Elephant In charge
or tho ship's olllcers. lie Is traveling
iiiulpr tho name Xnvler nnd Is but
nlno years of ago. II has heon study
ing In the schools of tho U. S.
German Llr,7 Maintained Lobby,
i NEW YORK, Decemhor 2. Continu
ing tho Inquiry to find out whether
foielgn steamship Interests maintain
ed n laid lobby at Washington, the
Steclal Coiigiessional cnmmllteo met
here today for Mb final session.
That tho North noriuan Lloyd
I Rlciiushlii Compiny while not main
taining mi orginlzatlon lobby at Wash
Inglou has nevertheless "kept nn eya
in legislation" at Iho capital through
"a special cirreFti'iudont" was admit
ted by Herman Winter ot tho Ninth
(ierman Lloyd Company. It wan nil
milted that tho company had oontrl-
1 hilled to both parties In national elec-
I.awson Sanford, secretary of tho
Transatlantic Slenmslilp conference,
denied that Im had over pirllcliuited
for or against llilp subsidy legislation
or had heard of a "gentleman's agree
, mont" to Jl rates.
Oil as Fuel for Transports.
Tho dispatch from Washington
stating Hint Congressman Knlm wljl
endeavor to luivo. tho Secretary fir
War convert tho United States trans
Iiorts operating lietwpen the Pacific
Coast nnd tho, Philippines Into oil
burners, was -tocelved with lutorost
In local circles yesterday.
It wan stated by thoso who claimed
to know that by using oil fuel not
only will Iho steaming radius or the
transports bo about doubled, but tho
saving In the operation ot each vessel
will exceed $55,000 ninuallv.
At tho piesent tlmo the United
Flutes uses Japanese, coal In tho opir
all. mi or Its transput!! between Iho
Purine Court and tint PhilipplmM. In
mder to obtain thu fuel the vessels
make n special trip from Manila in
Nagasaki, mid to load the ro.il J hero
requires three days.
Two Old Vettelt'Cut from the List.
WASiiiNiu-u.N, uecpmtier l.-rvvo
antiquated war vessels, ono of them n
relic of Iho Spanish-American war
Imvo been drained from tho Nuvy by
Hecretnry Meyer. Tho Arayat, an old
nnnrmorod hull giinluat, which orlg-
Innlly, belonged to Spain, Is yaluelesi
bicausp of lis olisoleio ileslgn and
will bo sold. She Is now at Cnvllc,
I'lhllpplne Islands, and probably will
lie mini m ainiiNii. ine iioiiniui, nn for the various army Brganlzatlons
nnarinori'il vufimarlno torpedo ho.itiatlnnml here. , ' '
the forerunner of her class, has on1' ha '
lived her iiseiulness and 'will '1)0 taken
ashore at the naval actiiemy at Anus."
tinllfl mill nrfianrvmi ni rnllrt Tim
.' " " v" "J -"- -
" ' " ' " " """r
Menace to Cteamcrs. ( t
Tho ilambiirg America Line's steam
er Lydla. which wns wrecked nt tlio
enlranco tn the Il.ilt.ui Straits somo
weeks ngj, was rained by the salvage
steanier Protector, but 'foundered
again whllo on the way to Hongkong,
The Captain or tho Protector reports
that on the 15th Instant when tnwlnt;
the Lydla towaids Hongkong, and
when off Chaitan Hay, she sprang u
leak. Every cn"ort wns made to bench
her, hut finally she sank tn five fath
oms of wnter near tho enlranco to
tho hay mentioned. Her mnsts, fun
nels and hrldgo nro vlslhlo above' wa
ter, but she lies out of (lie track or
Difficulty In Landing Malls.
There was considerable difficulty
In landing mails from tic steamer
Mlkahala to Lnhalua on the last voy
age according to n rojiort from Pur
ser French. The Mlkahala arrived
hero on Sunday morning bringing a
general cargo Including one horse, 2
cows, 10!) hogs, CO bates hides, 40
sacks rice, 37 cases lionoy, 1(1 crates
chickens, 44 sacks pop corn, 27 sacks
potatoes nud 220 packages sundries.
A heavy sea Is said to havo nearly.
swamped a ship boat that was being I
use,! to convoy mail tn shore wlilla
laying off I.nhalna. Tlio sacks were
soaked but there was no loss of mall
Brought Blocks for Honolulu Streets.
Another large consignment of haril
wood paving blocks from Hawaii has
arrived by the steanier Mauna Ken.
This vessel made a special trip lo
Hllo to transport n small rtiimbpr of
tourists nud excursionists who desired
to visit tho Volcano. There was 1770
blocks consigned to the Honolulu Ha
phi Transit Compauy who Is under
stood Intend to use the material lor
paving between their tracks.
The Mnuna Kea brought flvo horses
and 103 packages of sundries. A light
northwest wind nnd smooth sea pre
vailed throughout (lie voyage.
Klnau Met With Good Weather.
It was, n pleasant trip that tho
steamer Klnau met with on her re
turn from Knual ports.. In addition
to a large list of cabin and deck pas
sengers tho vessel brought dines of
cargo Including 3300 sacks M. A. K.
and 3200 sacks K. P. 'sugar, 100 sacks
lice, 50 bales hides, 25 empties and
100 packages sundries. A light south
erly swell prevailed at Walmoa on
Destroyer Terry Speedy.
Too (ill-liiuulng tuiblno driven tor
redo boat destrovcr Terry, tho newest
pioduct of tho Newport News Sii
building & Dry Dock Company, do
vclopcd 32.188 knots nn hour uu her
standardization (rials, over 'tho men
suied nillo course off I.owels. net.
September 2L This sieed Is 2.C88
knots In excess of the contract re
quirements of "0',.j knots.
Er.ierprlse Arrived at Hllo.
Willi n row passengers and n geii-
lornl rargo or mainland morchnhdlso
the Mntnou Navigation steamer Enter-'
pilro has arrived at Hllo. Tho vessel!
camo Into thnt Kirt yestorddy after
noon. Tho American schooner Spo
kane Is roKirted to have sailed for
tho coast on Friday afternoon.
Rice Shipment from Kauai.
Included In a largo Bhlpmont of rlco
rrom Kauai lmrts was 142G sacks a
li.irt or the cargo brought to the poit,
by tho hteamep Noeuu. This yessul
also brought 173 sacks bran and a
quantity or sundries. Fluo weather
was mot with on both outward and
ALitkan Taking Sugar.
Iho American-Hawaiian freighter
Alaskan was reported, ns taking oil
sugar nt 'Kahiilul at the time that the
Inter-Island steamer Mlkahala cleared
thut Hirt on the homewaril voyngo.
Tlio American schooner Prosper was
discharging cargo, pt the Maul port.
"ojtralla Balks at Canadian Mali Plan
MHI.llOUItNH (Australia). Novpiii-hr-r
16. Tho Commonwcallh decided
today not to ncccpt the Canadian' Oov
crninent's proinisal jo renew the Van
couver und Auatiu'U mall service,
with culls nt Auckland -ami Sydney
Hllonlan to Sa'l for Island ports.
It Is expected that the general cargo
brought down from San Francisco nnd
Seattle by thu Mutson Navigation
steamer Hllonlan now at the railway
wharf will havo beep discharged In
tlmo lo penult that vessel to sail ror
Island ntB nt live o'clock tomorrow
afternoon, The llllritiluti Is now nt
Urn Hallway wharf, Her snts or call
Include l'oit Allen, Kuanupall, Kuhu-
till and Hllo. Tho vessel proceeds
I rum the lart named .ixirt to San
Fianclsco. It Is possible that the,
vctscl nuy be Riven an amount of
alisar for coast refineries. I
Lcnan May Gail Tomorrow Afternoon.1
I After taking on about four hundred
'tens coal at the port, the United
stales army transport ' Logan from
Ban Francisco and destined for Ma-
a uy n,0 way 0f otiam may bo dls-
patched by the quartermaster depart-
,enl tomorrow afternodri. The Logan
H lenvlng a small amount of supplies
jjlx nat Arrived St Geattlei'
A u.n ,)ay ,oyag0 g credited tho
qiiiipu HiatCR army transport uix.
lhal Is retried to liavo arrived at
Seattle on last Saturday otter having
leu n largo, niimuer ! nurses miiies
and rjuatitltv or' q'jaitenriaster Sup-
..!.. ... if ,..!..' ' ' .
plies' nt Honolulu'.,
Sugar on Kauai.
According lo n report from ihe onT
ccrs of the Intcr-tsland steamer Kl
,, ll.or I. nn,nllln. .klnmant nn '
...... ........ -'- b -."'!"";".
ivauai ilio loiiowiug consignuieuis i
sugar: L. P. 4030, K. P. '7530, an'd K.
S. II., 1400 sacks.
Cattle Enroute to Honolulu.
Purser Phillips of tho steamer Ma
nna Kea reports tho steamer Maul
and Wallelb ns loddlh'g cattle destln
e'd foi' Hbriblutu. The vessel are duo
t oarrlvo herj within a day or bo,)' i
Sugar Arrived from Hawaii.
A shipment of 3838 Backs sugar, 35
sacks tnro and ono nuto arrived nt
the Krt (his morning 'by the Inter
Island steamer Nilhnu.
Per P. M. S. S. Chlrja from San
Francisco, Dec. 12. FQr Honolulu:
Mrs. S M. Ilovce, F. C. nrlggs, W. B.
Cowles, Capt. W, C. Covyles, Mrs. W.
(! Cowles. Miss E. A. Cowles. II. P.
Danzig. Mrs. II. P. Panilg. W. II.
Frledly, Miss M. A. Gibson. Miss E.
Uregg. V. 11. Hamilton. Mrs. V. B.
Hamilton. Allan Hamilton. W. L. Ho
well. Peter Jensen, Mrs, M. A. Peters,
II. 11. Pratt, Mrs. II. II, Pratt, Mrs.
J. It. Illcliarils. F. Iluhlender, Mrs. F.
Ituhlender. II. S. Walker, W. 11.
Young, Mrs, W. II. Young. Through:
llov. W. T. Austen, Mrs. W. E. Hotel
and Intant, Master W. K. Bates, Mrs.
O. W. Cotton, Master Marcus Colton
W. A. Dyer, II. Hershon, A. J. Shurej-.
Shan Ylng D. Shao. Prof. 8. Tonakn,
Tusn Chin. F. W. Thompson, A. L.
Wilson. For Kobe: J. D. Hubbard.
Mrs. J. D. Hubbard. I. Uakels, Alfred
Carstens, J, Coll, J. U. Davles, Mrs.
J, B. Davis, Miss M. Fogell, Harold
O. Hcriry, 'Ilcv M. Kenhelly, Mrs'. II.
L. Lnwler, Harold Lawier, Mlss( B.
Lawlcr, Hsu Lloullang, C. Magulre,
K. II. Morris. It. Sims. Miss A. Stu'ssy.
M. Smyth, Wm. Stalker, S. S. Wright,
Miss It. '.hand, II: L. Luvvler, Mist
U, Ap'pleby. Albert K.'Axt, Claude I.
Hacon, A.'W, Daruer, Mrs. 6, Camp
bell, Master Wyman Campbell, Miss
Kin Campbell, Miss Uerlha Canipboll.
Miss Kstlier Can'ipbali: J. II. Cart
wright, J. Ill Clark, Mrs. J. R. Clark.
A. S, Coffin, Mrs. A. 8. Coffin, F.
Denney, Mrs. F. Denncy, Kdw. Drow
A. V. Fensch, Mrs. D. Fredericks, W.
O. Frost, (lee Sing Sam, Mrs. John
0. Howe, II. It. Jordan, Mrs. (. H.
Kldd, Miss Jeanlo Kldd. Ltn Tbng
Shu, Klmiiro Uiwell. I.co Thing. A. II.
I.ohenbaiim, Mrs. V.. D. Merrill nnd
Infant. Leslie B. Newman, Qiiocl:
Chung, Quodk Ylng, Mrs. II. J. Hosen
stok, Miss Susie Itosenstok, Frank II.
Sovornnco, Mrs. Frank H, Seviranco,
J. Frank' Smith. Master Wm. '8mlth.
Hurl II. Smith, J. Smith, Tong Sum
and Infant, Toiig "Yook, W. Vo'gt, C.
T. Wendell. Mrs. C. T. Wendell, Mns
ter O. M. Xavlcr, Dr. D., T. Yul. ,
Per stmr. Klnau. from Kauai porta,
December It, Miss Asano, Mrs, Ayn
no, J. J. Pavao, Mrs. P. Hrown, Mrs.
I llaake. and 2 children, Mrs. K
s,c,,ar,,,1 " Hophurn. D, L. Am-
un, a, v, roiers, jv i, i-un, u. wiin
hageu, Miss A. Thronas, Mrs. Thro
uas, vMlss I'jty, Miss Rchumaclier, O.
W. McCla'nuhan. Mrs. Peters, 8. Pq
iors, II. I., Kiihimah, J. llalemaiiu.
Mnllfl nro due from the following
IKilnts as follows;
Ban Ifrnnclsco PorLurllne, Dec. 14
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Dec. 21,
Australia Per Makura. Jan. 3.
Vlejorln Per Moaua, Jan, 9.
'Malls will depart for the following
points ha follows:
San Francisco per Sierra, Dec. 14.
Yokohama Per China, Dec 12.
ancouver Per Makura, Jan. 3.
Australia Zuala'ndla, 'Dec. 10,
Hufoid nt San Frnnclsro.
Dlx sailed from Honolulu for Peattlo
Nov. 30. t
Logah Bsllod from Ban Francisco
ror Honolulu, Dec. G.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, Nov. 14,
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Ban Francisco, Dec. 0.
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' Meet All lnter-Islandleamers
, . TduchihgKAUAI
RATES 'REASON ABLE
ARRIVER . Y
Sun'daV. Dec. 11.
Kauai fbHs'-Klii'uii, stmr., n. m.
Maul, Molokhl and Lanal isirts Ml-
kahnla. stmr.. a. m.
Hawaii ports Nilhau, stmr., a. nl.
Monday Dec. 12.
San Francisco Cilna P. M S S,
8 n. ,m.
Hllo (special trip) Manna Kea,
stmr., a. m.
Bali Francisco Logan V, 8 A T.
n0on, ' , ' ' 1
Sun Francisco via Seattle Hllo'
lilan, M. N. 9. S 11 a m
'"Ban Francisco China P M
S n m '
Rundiv De 11.
pKet Sound ports-W It. Hume,
Am, tch., a. in.
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VESSEL TO ARRIVE
.1 ' -
Monday, Dec. 12.
Ban Francisco I-ogan, II. 8. A. T
.yyednetday, Dec. 14.
SanFfnhclscb l.u'rllne, M. N. 8. 8,
'itatarnll uln ln..l . ln..JInM
"" "" """" ' ,0 --"".
, Kauai ports W. q) Hall, stmr.
Saturday, Dec. 17.
. Hllo via. way tports Mnuna Kea,
Sunday, Dec, 18.
, Maul, Molokat and Lanal ports
t Kauai iorts Klnau. stmr.
Monday, Dec, 19. -u
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M 8. "
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr,
Wednesday, Dec. 21.
Kauai ports VA O. Hall, stmr.
Hawaii via Maui ports Claudlne,
' ' Saturday; Dee. 24,
Hongkong via Japan rts Mongo
lia, P. M. S. 8.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
8unday, Dec. 25;
Maul, Molokal ihd Lanal ports
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, Dec. 26.
Kdual ports Noeau. stmr.
Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Bi!n Francisco Chlyo Maru, Jap
San Frdnclscb wliholmlna, M. N
We'dneiday, Dec. 28.
Kniial ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Maul. Molokal and Laal ports
Silkaliata, Bdu'r. '
Ban Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Central anil South American porta
Klyo Mnru Jap. sim'r.
Saturday, tiec. 31.
Hllo anil way parts Mauna Kea.
8,n,r' .. . , v
Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo
Maru. Jap. stmr.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Monday, Dec, 12,
Hongkorig via Japan ports China,
P. M. ji.,8. f
Kaiial ports Noeau, stmr., S p. m.
. ' i Tuesday, Dec. 13.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea.
stmr.. 10 n. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., C p. m.
Maul. Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkahala, stmr., C p. in.
Wednesday, Dec. 14.
Ban Francisco Sierra, O, 8. 8.
Monday, Dee. 19.
Manila via Hongkong and Japan
ports Mopchurlap. M,B. 8.
Tuesday, Dee, ,20,,
San Francisco LurJIne, M. N. B. 8.
u Saturday, .Dec. 24.
San Francisco Mongolia, p. M, 8.
--r t r
K t Tuesday, Dee. 27. V
Hongkong 'via Japan porta Chlyo
Maru, Jap. stmr. f
Saturday, beev 31,,
, "Ilingkong vln Japan ports Klyo
Mart), 3'ati, plrnr. ,,v
Ban Frdiiclscb Tenvo Maru., Jap.
atrilr. .'..J '
P.or P. M. S. SVOflria for Japan
ports, and 'HohgUbJIgV'DPC. 12. It. J.
Marsjen, A, AyjPerelstrous, Mrs. A.
W. Perolstrous Jos.nappa.
Per stmr.'Klridif, for Kauai iiorts.
Dec. I3.-jF. Damon,, Mra. Damon.
Per ifrnr. Mlkahala, fo'r Maul orul
Molokal porta, Dec. i3. Alias M. MeW
er. Miss flrimlhs, M. arlfflUiB.
Per O. 8, B. Blerra for San Fran
Cisco, Dec. c-W, L, Dayt,E. O. Hln
ds, Mrs. Hlndes, Miss It. Huberts.
Mrs, J. L, homaa, A.L. Derby. Mrs.
I, 'C. llenkenlns, Mrs, F,. A. Stewart.
Rear Admiral t!., P. noes'. Airs. Rees.
Mrs. E. H. Prentiss. Visa's. Whit
man. E.,H.t Prentiss, Mr. 11. B. L.
Mhrrl's, H. M, Thomson, Mrs. Thom
son. MJeh A. Callsimnie, L. ,M. Halo,
F. T.'Cldrko. rt
Por Btmr: W, 0. fjitl. for Kauai
ports 'Deo. 15. Miss L. "day. Miss
Purvis, Miss Damon, Miss Wlthlng
ton, Dougla's nalilvvln, C. Damon, 11.
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