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l.c.il.l ('Sin or n. 2 Iti'ic
( ' iil.il.
, , )Iu.!iilli (l,n,Ur Ilojnl
All vUltlug members of lb
. Order are cordlully Invited to
attend meetings nf local lotlgn
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
nrresr 7:30 p. m.
liniuc' cucmtrBe memuers 01
mfficiAL issATion &.?:
ONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meeta every Monday evening at
:S0 In I. O. O. 1'. Hall. Fort 8treot.
Ktf K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
W H. K. McCOY, Noble Grand.
o.All visiting brothem very cordlully
JJAHU I0DOE, No. 1, E. of P.
,,,,. Meets every Erst and third Frl
Say evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
tbrner Fort' and Beretanla. Visiting
akrotberi cordially Invited to attend.
,..-, ..., . Vl
O. F. HEINE, K. R. 8.
TIWAHAN TRD3I!, No. 1, 1. 0, E. M,
Meeta everr first and third Thurs-
Stys of each month at Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
alally Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
I0N0IUIU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
, ' '
'Meettfon the 2nd and 4tli WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. H - W. R. RILEY, W. P.
t WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOIULU I0D0E, 616, B. P. 0. E.
: riWonoluln Lodge No. 616. B. P. O.
Elks, meeta In their hall, on King
Btfeet;- near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cormauy
Invited to attend.
' JAS. D. DOUOHERTY. B. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
"VfU. HoKEHLEY I0DQE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of i.
Hall, cor Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
H. A. TAYLOR. O. O.
.- E. (A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
; Go to
I f FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
, J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Dolls and Toys
Santa Claus' Headquarters
A. B. ARLEIQH & Co.
"Thc Mpst Delicious Ginger Ale
1 HYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
, t " WORKS
j Telephone 2270
Autos, $4 ier hour, Lewis Stables
Try u rase of I'lnectar It 1s inn a
If your horse or dog la nick A It
llownt, I). V. 8. Phone 2429.
If you want u good Job done on un
null) or ciiirlngo lake It lo Hawaiian
I'urringe Mfg. Co. 427 (jiiucn St.
Haas c.uiily fresh and fluo. lle;isnn
Smith nml Ooinpnn. Hotel ami Fort
For distilled water, Hire's Itoot '
lleer nnd nil otlur popular drinks,
ltlng mi I'liuno 2171. Consolidated
Oxygi u is mi" it mi imtu oi i.i ru
"IlllKKD' UUIII Of llc.lllll I'lllllllc'
ami ' I loop liiciitbliigs'' teaches )mi
how to obtalti it.
Chllilit'u'B hats In beautiful nso,-t
.neiu t.r Cli-Mmii. at Mis Power'
Mill ir I'.u :.jra, lltiain Wick, Fun
l.iuiiM tl. Tpilel.tn, In the Masonic
Ti :.iili- Irri Jiil iccolu-il n lot of
now li'iif,ch. c nil and coo what ho hai
fur ( liilHmis.
Mit. Chailos Potinko, former rosl-
deal or Honolulu, win mutllutod In
San I i.incl'.ci on ncri'inlior 11 by Iit
titt-.ii.iml. nlii llnow aclil In her fji'i.
.IihIn .1. I.. Kniiliikini of South
Konn, Hawaii. ho has boon In 1 1
lu'u fur two wefks, rotiirui'il to h'a
Imiiie ti.ilny In tho aloaiupr Mnuin
'I ho lummy man In alvrnyi will sat
Hdoil viih tho 1 line li j-eru-il at tho
t'lltorlc n, Iloti-I mid llelhol Klrrola.
And llicn Iho 'b-or thoio Is tho best
Tlmiuai Nalilwa. a r.rhool learluT In
Kohata, Hawaii, wan :itnimj; tho out
KoIiik iiihscnccis this morning In tho
Manna Hon o c.inio down on bull
boss lart wrek.
Tlio llopiibllcan Torrllorlal Contrnl
rommlttio will liohl n meeting to
nlRlit to roiiBiiler rallltiB a imbllc
moetliiK on Iho McCro.ison billn now
before Const crr.
DoleKale Kuhlo Rays that lirlv.itc
bualnesH matlprs hno nRnln Inloifer
ed Willi his plans for roIiik to Wash
Iniilon. ninl lio now expects to leave
Honolulu on tho MonKolla.
John T. Staff, Jr.. writes from Term
Hnnto. Intl.. that he mny vlflt tho
elty durliiK tlio cnrnlvnl hennon. Ho
Is now manaslng tho Import Packing
Co. wllli offices In fow York.
It Is reported that Walter O, Smith
has applied for tho editorship of the
Hawaiian Star nnd been accepted.
Previous to this ho gave notice of bin
deslro to return to the editorship of
A conforenco was held last nljjht
between tho Cltlncso consul, I.Ians
Kwo YIiik, nnd several members of
Iho "InsuiRCnts," tho element onpoj
Ins tho consul. An effort will jio
mnito to patch up the relations of Ilia
factions In controversy.
Unless Sam Dwtcht refuses to
Ftrve as chairman of tho roads com
mittee of tho board of supervisors,
Eben Low lias llltlo chance of Rettlns
tho covoted position. Tho "solid five"
which bettlcd tho ninko-iip of tho com
mittees In caucus Is standing pat.
Man Is a mieer animal. Ho likes to
have It said that his baby looks like
III ill, but he gets mad If iold ho re
sembles tho baby.
Fow women uro us handsomo us
they think men ounht to think tliuy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704' Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Farnily Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer '
will buy your: Christinas
Suit. We give you the
Clothes to wear when you
make your first -payment.
PEICES HANQE FROM
$10.00 to $25.00
The "Crack" 1911 Models hxi Now on Display Come Early
Francis Levy Outfilt'ng Co., Ltd.
Credit Clothiers 1214 Fnit, Opposite Fire Station
St 0 RAGE
ICITY TRANSFER CO,
' ' '
NEW CREWS PREDICTED FOR
ALL PACiEIC MAIL STEAMERS
Result of Attempt to Smuggle Chinese Ashore at San Fran
cisco Alleged as Responsible for Sweeping Change
Inter-Island Steamers Depart .Willi Christmas Cheer.
A considerable n'lako up has t.iKru
) pliico niriiag the niewauiB nnd l"l;
ilep.Dlliieiit In til I'acMlc -Mull liner
I t ti linlill I t'l lillil liltf.tllt lllf). VlUj'Cl
tlltllli II il i ti i Mini iii-imv. i .-.-
I LleaniiM nil. of thu luirlior IliM iiiurii-
Iiir tlio preiiieucii was neeiy uniio
that praitie.illy ti hruml now Mart of
Clilne.-o, In bulb tlio ktewuids-, mill
fe.ilioli un I oi'jaliiiR lti tirtiuuiita 'l
lliu liner, woul I bu eemed diirlnu
Urn It.iy of thu i'f.ii!t at llii.lKKoiiR.
Tho allib"! bm-rpltR nf llm ,ti) inter
of lier AclJtli' onipliiyen Is raid M
arlui fro n Iho lilteiuplcil giiuii;i;:IiiK
of llfiien Clilnesi men anil wmnon,
.Ihi blili'l) evrnpt-il IicIiik (lUIBht lit
the liitt minute m they were belisK
toiivejod fioni the .Manchuria to San
Km li Itj;i by means of a rnwbo.it.
(ieneinl .ManaKoi- SJiweilu Is said
to h:ie taken stepi to i-oudiii-l u
rl;ld Inijuliy Into tho itlempt to
HmilKRle tho Colextlats usliiiie. Ilo
Mated befi.re the departure of thu
es-sel from San KrnurUrii that while
llttlo piosress hail then been made,
ho hoped to be insisted Ricatly li
tho liivejtlciitlon of the customs and (
Iminliiiiillmi ofllelnls. Ho was con-
luieil that noiio nf tho nlflcors of
the AlaiiLiiuna in uirii niiinnriiy uiu
ut nlf lOEponslble. It Is poEslbli
Hint some nun of the watchmen may
'have had cnRiiIzaiieo if tho plot, but
I In 1,1a niilnlnti Mm wile reKllOllSlllllltV
rests with the Clilncfo crow.
Hcsdoo for Hindoos.
Thcio wero eleven llluiloos on
boiinl tho Pacific Mall liner Mnnchu
ia that sailed out of tlio liailior of
flopoliilu at an early hour this morn
tiiK who nro firm believers that there
Is a lnrRo and well developed hoodoo
following, their course since they first
ilepaited from tho shoios of the In
Tlieso men of n party of but fifteen
who took pjiisaRO In tho MnnchtirU
at lloiiRkonR und upon arrival at Ban
I'rnncisco wore taken In hand by the
United Stutes Marino Hospital and
Qiuiuntlne authorities. With tho ex
ception :t four, tho party was found
to have been too Intimately associat
ed with that arch enemy of Inilmtry,
tho hook win m. Tho Indians spoilt
the tlmo allotted to tho Manchuria ro
mnlnliiR at Hun l'i'unchc.o, as Riiests
of tho ROcinment at AiircI Islund.
AccordltiR Jto tho olllcers In tho Man-
JAS. H. LOVE
c!iu:i.i, the hojkw .i in illreaso Is sibl
will pinrtlcally place n ban on Hln
din iinmlKratlon. Wheio theso undo
rli.ib'es h-iil been eoniliiR to tho Unit
rd HtnttH In drnve-i tjio uiinilini liae
lieeii Rieallj leduceil us late visits of
rtrlental steamers at Honolulu will
UNI C.i try a Chrc'.man Mall,
r.erplli' Iho fact that Clirhtnina will
be rptnt i.t se-i tho Matson Naviga
tion iteamei- l.uihne, Kchedulcd t.)
sail fi uin this i i'ii I for San Kiauclsci
at i.lx o'clock this ociiIiir will carry
a I ins mall ijcst nN for the tiuln
land. The I.uiliiio InrriiiR necldenls
rlioulil nrilve at the roast on or about
neM Tue.il.iy Tim wink of illseharR '
Ins Ihe esrel of about three tliona-1
and tons of freight IiicIuiIIiik a ship-,
incut of several tluiuiand turkeyii)
cniileil In tho rcfrlRernteil rimpart-;
inenlM v,"ih completed tho latter part
of last week and a consignment of
stixar ami molasses has been loaded.
Into tho esJel for coast refineries,!
The caiRo taken from tho Islands will
Include 20HII tons niolaiifes and 291)0
tons leaned nml raw r.URar. Tliero
aio also sliiinientn of bananas, canneil
plnenpples and coffee. Tho hooking
at tho otrico of Castle &. Cooko Indi
cate Unit about twenty five cabin pas
ReiiRcig will Bull for tho cast by tho
American Steamer N'ltclng.
LONDON, Dcci'iiilHjr 7. Tho Ame
rican steamer Arkadla from New Oi
lcans October 11 forpSan Juan, has
been pu.ilcil ut Olyd's as mlrslng.
Japanese Steamer Lost.
VICTORIA (II. C). December 10.
Tho Japanese Btoamor Kumanioln Ma
in, 11)98 tons, was lost with her crow
of thirty-four men. November 27th, off
Sado Island, while bound from Mu ro
an to Tslngtao with ties. A number
of bodies wcio washed ashore on thu
isljnd. la tho same etr.rm the steam
er Talhcl Maru' 'went down off Aklta
I'refectuie und ten of her crew wero
drowned. -Tho sloatucr Oensnn Maru
was damaged off Sado Island, but
i cached Miolter.
Autos and f-'all for Hawaii.
TakltiR n largo mainland mall Hint
artlved hero by tho Pacific Mall
steamer Miiucliurln. nnd n shipment
of merchandise Including three auto
mobiles from tho on Hamm-Yoimg
gauge the Inter-Island stoanier Ma
una Kea ilepnitod from her wharf
nhotit an hour lalo this morning. Tho
vessel Is bound for Hllo by the wiv
of Maul and Hawaii ports of call.
Tliero was a fair number of cabin
and deck passcngors. Tho Munlcl-il
baud was on hand nud played tho
Record Towing' Trip Reported.
A towing tilp declared to bo a rec
ord breaker between San Francisco
nud i:at i'tt was completed whon tho
rleam schooner Johan Paulson, built
(1HAND SHLHCTION OF CHItlSTMAS -N'OVULTIUS AT SACHS'
Our Storo will bo open every night this week, Special Inducements
for Christmas Shoppers. .
MONDAY NlflflT SPECIALS
CHIFFON AUTOMOIIILK VEILS IMra lung and In all colors. Itrg
ular, $1 7fi; Special, fl.Sfi each. '
HIjnK KTIIIION For tying your 'Christmas packages; red and till
cnlois Ttc-ctiTiir, lfic a pleco; Speclil, 11K
CIIILDUHN'S INITIAL IIANDK'ntOHHCFS Throe in n box. Iteg
ular price, 3fJe a box; Special, 2Dc p.-r box.
llnndsonio now Diess Patterns, pHng styles, In Figured Messallne,
Foulunls nnd TalTetaB. Special dlscjuut of 2G per cent, on our stock for
tills one evening. A beautiful Ladles' gift,
IIUCKAlllICK LINEN TOWEL
him ii. ii. insulin, fn.iiu per uuzuu; npeciai ti.iiii per ilozctl,
WEDNESDAY NI'JHT SPECIALS
TnAVEi.iNti nuns and kjiawls m ah woi, Scoich pintiu:
full slrn mid lino finality. RcgulnM7.R0 and fi.5u each; Special, Y.IX,
uud tl tir. enrli
SII.KOLINE DIIAI'EUIES In naw 1'ert.lnn und Floral Designa, ling
ular, 1.1 per yard, Special, fl yards for 1.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
in Everett five years ago, arrived ln-'
, Ltvt-iett, towing the four-maated
schooner Vltglnla, nlncty-seVen h :irs
after leaving tho Glldsti Gate. Tho
vokfcIr encountered heavy woithor offi
tho Columbia river, but tho Virginia1
i "i he" sufe nil the wiv liv th Pnul-
sen. Tho Virginia broiiRht 180 torn
of California wild liny. I
T. K. K. Plan for Independent Agency.
Ih completing nrrangcnienls for tho
cwuliKl br their tnslnflss nlong 'Indu
pendent lines tho Toyo' KIsen'Knlrha
Is leported to have appointed K. I3a-
Wa, acting manager r.f tho Yokohama'
Epccio Hnnk, to act n.4 subnBent for
'tlio Japanese stcanuhl)) company nt
lloii'iliilu 'Ihe genonil n'rencv for
tho company nt this port will bo Inn-
died IhlOugh Castle ti Ooo'io ncroiil-
ing to prediction some three numbs
ngo, through Jiip.incro nilvk.cn.
Lumber and Fertilizer for Hawaii.
Tho freight list of the Inter Island
cleamer Mnuna I.oa that cnlleil for,
Koun and Kuit ports at lunu tudiy
Included extensive shlpmentsof lumber j
and fettlllzer. 'I be vo3sot ilejiartcd
with a fair list of cabin nml deck pas-1
Bcngern. A iwrtlon of tho mall In
tended fur will ward Hawaii p.lrts
wan traiuforred to tiro Manna Loa.
Helcne Off fir Hawaii Ports.
Taking n genetnl caigo Including
shipments of (eitlllzer. lumber nnd
other tlueH or freight, tlio Inter Island
Htoamer Holoue was ilispilched frtr,
Hawaii porta Fhoilly after noon to
day. Tho cnsel will oill nt Malm
Ituiia and 'Kawnlhao before rotuming.
Cattle from -Hawaii,
A r.hlpmcnt of cattle to tho niiiubori
i sixty lie-ill nave nrriveu ni ino nn
by the lnter'lslnnd steamer Kauai.
The vessel will' take on a genor.il 'car
go for the Illg Island. The ofllcers
icport fine weather with light winds
and smooth r.o.m.
Nccsu for Kauri Ports.
The tutor Island flleamor Noeau ha.i
been placed on tho berth to sail for
Kmial iKiits at flvo o'clock this even
ing Tho vessel Is taking general
ICED BEER WAS
The ilty and county coffers woro
enriched to tho tune of two hundred
dollars this morning as a result of n
visit ipnld by two Japanese hotel pro.
jirletors nt the bar of Justlro presid
ed over by District Magistrate Ly
mer. The ending of the Iced beer of
commerce was the medium that
brought trouble to Messrs. Myrilnoto
an -J Hlinno, who conduct places or
entertainment on Kukul street.
Kadi acknowledged that ho had
been raugnl dead to rights by LI,
cense Inspector I'enncll and his ns
slstance. They had been found with
tho goods In their possession. Fen
nel) raided the places of business tho
other evening, nnd In his search for
IncrltiJnotlng evidence n'curcil an
arm of drinkables that would bring
tho gleam of Joynusuesi to the most
caco hardened nnd thirst-ridden res
ident of these blessed Isles.
lleer In bottles, some Iced and
ready for parched throats, was
drugged from obscurity. Demijohns
of wlnej wero brought within the
scope of 'the Fcnnell drag net.
Tho Japanese were represented at
court by legal counsel who stntod
that a plea of guilty might he en
tered. Counsel asked that leniency
bo observed In assessing a penalty,
Tho minimum fino of one hundred
dollars nud the costs of prosecution
wero levied in each case, Tho de
fendants wero given until Saturday
to mako the payment to tho court
TUESDAY NfUUT SPECIALS V
-With -pretty damask pattern; horn 1
, ; I
Lorenzo, n oung man of Porto Hl-J
can eiti action simply biitteil In wliilo
a Hawaiian g?ntleinnn was cut reeling.
thp wife tf his bked and bxinl by
die eniploymcnt of souicthlng more
sticnuoii3 than mero wonU of ndmoiii
llfli. Yet It ojst Lorenzo thirty dol
lars. Iho long veranda of a Illver street
tenement wns tho scene of n social
aolreo which liioughl the Porto lllciiu
lafjro Llstilct Magistrate Lymer tills
mntnlng upon a charge of assault and
battery. Tho ulleg.itlui iiudo by tho
Hawaiian eouplo Wns that tho man
from Pofto Itlco had thiown a l.irga
sectldn tf Imlldliic stiinfj which had
lo'dged with a dull sickening thud
against tho good right arm of the
Hawaiian Loieiizo Claimed that ho
icsldcd In tho same apartment houre
" docs tho Hawaiian couple. He
further stated that the married life
oi. tlio pair was tar from being on
long drawn out dream of lillss. They
were fighting, and the affrighted cries
of n woman apparently In distress
whs tho slicn call that brought him to
tho scene of affray. '
The wonlan's husband resonted the
Intrusion of. Ihe Porto Itlcan nnd he
did not attempt to conceal his dU
pleasure over tho appearanco of Lor
enzo upon that part of iho lanal nesr
hln apartment. Some rather Insulting
languaga was used by the -Hawaiian)!
In ndilicssliig 1-oienzii which ho re
lented with tho lesult that he picked
up a largo ctouo nnd cast It at "hit
delrnctnrsi ' '
I.oi ciizi) may decide to board out
a ottl(.ii of his Pino at Hotel Anch.
" WIDOW DEAD
SALT LAKE CITY, TJtrifi, 1)0. 11.
Amelia Folrom Young, widow of
the famous Mormon prophet nndl
leader, Tlrlghnm Young, died nt her
home here today. Sho was 1' years
of ngo, and her death was caused by
paralysis, With which she has suffer
ed for three years. Mrs. Young
played nn Important "part In tlie
early history of Utah, nnd It was
lor lier that Ilrlgham Young liullttncc. 20..' U. Bond. Mrs.llond, Mrs!
What Is known ns "Amejln's I'alnce,
ono of the show places of Salt Lake
City and a most magnificent struct
Mrs. Young .was born n Iluffnlo.
N. Y.f August 23, I83S, her father
being William ll. Folsom who had
Joined the Mormon faith. He Inter
moved to Nauvoo, III., where he vns
prominent in the affairs of the
church. Later he moved his family
to Utah, reaching Salt Lake when his
daughter wns 22 ycnrsiof ngo.
"For SnU" cards nt Bulletin..
Payment of Water Hates.
Ab provided for' ill Clvptor 45 ot
tha 'itovUed liwa of 'Hawaii, ikOj,
all persons holding wa.er lirtvlleges
or tuoae paying wa'ter rliteii uie luue
by nollliu.i thut the water rutej for
Uie slk (ti) mouths ending June ISO,
liill, will bu due uud payable on the
llrst ilav or .Innii.-irv !l I I v
. .... .. . --.. ,
t luuuiu iu pay uucu wjiier raios
wl.blu llltecn U&) duys, thereafter
an additional charge of 10 per cent,
will be made.
All pilvlleges upon which rates
jcuiulu unpaid on January 10, lull, J
lire buliju t to ImmeJInte shut off
without lurther notice, '
ltutes are puyublo at the ofllce of.
the Honolulu 'Water 'Works Cupltol
'. J. M. LITTLE,
Supeilntendent ot Honolulu Water
IIouululii, T. H December la,
1910. 4S0 1-lUt
Payment ot Sewer Kates.
In nccoijanco with 'Chapter 81 ot
the Revised Laws of VJ05, all thoLe
holding sewer privileges or paying
sewer rates are hereby notified that
tho Sewer ruiea for tlio six (C)'
months eudlug Juu0 30. 1911, will
bo due nnd payable at the ofllce ot
the Superintendent of "Public Works;
on the first day of January, 1911
A failure tojiay such Tatca within'
f.fletii (IS) laa thereafter wllj suti
.led the holCcr to 10 per cent, addi
tional, MAnSTON CAMl'HELL, ;
Superintendent of Public AVorJiS.'
Department of Public AV'orks, De
cember 19. 1910.
Tuesday, Dec. 20.
.Japan ports nnd Hongkong Man
clnirlh, P. 'M. S. H., fi' n. in.
Hawaii via Maul p)rUf Matina Kea,
fitmr., 10 a. m.
Kona -nn.l Kan ports Mattna Loa,
1- ' ' " ' ' '
Per P. M. 8. S. Manchuria, for Ja
pan porls nud Hongkong, Dec. 19,
P. II. Cole, A. W.' Perelslrous, Mrs.
Poielstrous, l II. Severance, Mrs.
Severance, ti. Illyth, Mrs. Blyth, T. W.
Mnrshall, .1 A. Clrace, Krank Foclcr,
II. V, flldlleld. .Mrs. Oldfleld.,
Per stmn Mauna l.o.i, for Kona and
Knu jsirts. Dec. 20. Miss Allcu Pa
ktko, Mmy flurus, Irabella llnrn, II.
Chock, Miss jloogi, M. Conant, V. A.
nreetine'll, Mrk, Orecnwell, Judge Ka
ulukini, Miss Conant, F O'Hrlen, Mrs.
O'llrlcn, I-Mltli August, timer An
gut. , ,, ,
Vet' athih Mnuna Kea, for Hllo vli
way ports. Doc. 20 Miss Taylor, Miss
M. Johuson Miss M, Klpp, H I. ICIpp,
W. Ictloukall, K. Iluim, Mlns K. Hen
tirt, Mary Itdnton, A. W. Carter, 11.
P. Wood, Mrs. Wood, ,1'leibert, Ship
man. 8. Austin, K.'lJo'nd, Miss' Hose
craus. Miss A. Dond, II. L. Austin.
Miss M. Porres't, Mlrs M. llurd. I.
Hind, O Hlnd.'jtlss II. Wood. Miss
V. Austin, V. Wodden, Miss D. Lid
gate, Miss K. IJdgate, Mies Johnson,
Miss . McKenzlo. ltobert Askew, II.
Kreltas, Mrs. Ktcltas, V. Lewh, P.
- - rrrrrrr
Per stinr. W .0. Hall,' for Kauai
poits, Dec. 22. Cloo. Isenbcrg, Mls'i
M. 11. Jones.
' Per'stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona and
Kail ports, Doc. 30. Miss Illlbiu, MM
E. Church, Mrs. F. Hoogs, Cyril
Per fitmr. Claudlno, for Hawaii vli
Maul ports, Doc. 23. A. M. Nowcll,
Mrs. Nowcll A. A. Deas. Mrs. Doai,
Miss S. Kalun'a, W. Hala, Tlios. Co'c
kett. Per stmr. "Manna Kea, for Hllo via
ports. Dec. 27. Ed. Mpnnlng. P. R
Dennett, Mrs. C. II. Slebcrt, J. O. i
Young, 'It. I. Llllle, Mrs. Low, tlenry
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul, Mo
lokal ports, Dec. 20. IS. Meyer, Mm.
Meyer, Miss Orlfflth, M. flrlmth.
Per 'stmr. Klnau. for Knuat ports.
W, Decker, U Douse, J. Douse, H.
Brandt. J. P.. Fcrnaudei. M. U. Fer
nandez, A. noblnson, Mrs. Seghorn.
F. J. Herrlor.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno for Son
Francisco. Dec. 20 Samuel Heller,
V. O. Dolson, F. Ruhlcnder, Mrs. F.
Ruhlendcr, U D. Fnssclt, John Turn
er, Judge It. P. Quarles, TJr. A. Ilrac
'ien, II. P. Newman, It. Deerlng, W.
A. Jpbustoo, Mrs. W. A. Johnston, O.
. Ucry, John Werry, Mrs. John
Werry, Col. J; W. Usnct, C. Q. Suth
irland, Mrs. C. fl, Sutherland, Dr. A.
Hoff,, I. 8. Voorlwea,, Mrs. I. 8.
oorhecs, W. II. Abbey, Mrs. W. II.
Per O. S. S. Slorrn. for 8an Fran
elsco, Jan. 4. Miss II. V Uowmnn,
Mrs. F. J. Ixjwfey, I.ouis Oanue, Mrs.
f. Igo, Mrs. M, M. Plyler, W. N..DeI
'Inger, Mrs. Bellinger, 8., It. Com
mander, Mrs. Commander, J. C. Ijim
.)rcauK, Mrs. Lumoreuux.
Malls are due from the following
points 'as follows;
Soattle Per Virginian, Dec. 24.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Dec. 24. i
Australia rer Makura. Jan. 3. I'
Victoria Per Moana, Jan. 7.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as 'follows:
San Francisco Per Lurllne, "Dec, 20.
Yokotiama Per Chlyo Maru, Dec. 27.
Vancouver Per Makura, Jan. 8.
Australia Per Moana, Jan. 7.
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DIx arrived at 8eattlo,"from"llonolulii,
Logan, sailed from Honolulu, for Mu
'nlla, Dec. 13.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for Ho
nolulu, Dec. 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu fur
'San Frnnclsco, Dec. fi.
A woman likes to hnvo her litis
baud run for a political ofllco so that
she may havo a chance (o get plctuios
of tho entlro family In the -nevspu-pors.
A quick way to get rid of your
money Is to rlinup b'UIa and then
Many a man heads a 'long funeral
1 procession who never had much of a
following In life.
If some men didn't boast of their
honesty the world would never know
they had any.
The quickest way to convince a girl
tlllll Vnil linUA Pnni1"lnfila la In rll I,.,..
g10 g00j 00),g.
H e k I ji W u 1 1 v 1 1 n (I per ji-ur,
U 'Comer Fort nnd DeretaniaStieet
Opposite Fire Station
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