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EVENINO BtJLI.HTllfrHOfOLUU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. 277 HIT."
Oceanic -Milled Klrrtlmi.
' Hawaiian Tlilnl llrgrre.
lloniilnlu Iiiitcr Itojul
Oceanic SriniKl Uegrcc.
AI0I1.1 Temple- lligular.
AI visiting memtra of tk
Order are cordially Invited' to
.it lend meetings" of loctl lodge
Meet on the
Snd nd 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
HARINE ENGINES.? 0th Aim
JEKEFIGI1L AFSIIATIOH. elation, cor.
ft. HcKINTEY I0OQX, MO. 8,
X. 0! P.
Meeia every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ivanlng t 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and llerctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited i at
V. F. Kll.llliT. C. 0.
K. A. JACOIISON. K. R. B.
40K0LUIH LODGE. 016. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lode No. 61J, D. r. 0.
Clks, meets In their hall, on King
Itreet, Hear Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Ilrothort are cordially
mTlted to attend.
D. !. It. lSKNBRna. B. R.
OKO. T. KI.UIJaEU Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Tuesday
of cacli month In Fntirnlly Hall, I. O.
O. i building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
V. J. ROHINSON, Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. ot It.
OAHU t.OQQ.ENQ. K. of P.
MccU every llrst nnd thlnl Friday nt
t SO o'clock, I'ythlnn llnll, corner Dero
lanla nnd Fort Htrcctii. Visiting broth-
era cordially Invited to attend.
K. DRC'KL'n, C. C.
o. uniNi:. k. of n. & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wcdnos
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In Han Antonio Hall, Vineyard
Mrcct. near llmm.i. Visiting brother
are invited to attend.
1 IHOOIKS, W. I'.
WM. C M'COY, Secy,
IMvvnnl Marie, the noted, Psychlli f
K.m Francisco, who for over twenty
jrnrs lmn been prominently Identllteil
with the HplrltiinllMs' socl ties of Amer
' '- In llonnliilii mill will demon
:'. xto ("i'lilu phenonieiia,. etc Spirit
. cl.'.f on nil matters given. Dally
;..i r; ccnitigi riynppnininieiu. tci
r")M "US or nl renldence, Hi Kiimu
i ' . Ir.ind Srcnnco ovcry Thursday
' iVIock. 509Q-JW
Importer Fort St
i ( i
Opposite Youna Hotel "Phone 3098
BOSTON DLDG. - - FORT OT.
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladiei' and Mep'a Hata Reaaonably
Citv Transfer Co.
HONOLULU WHARVEStWILL PRESENL
BUSY StENE DURING THE WtEK
Five United States Cruisers Have Been Assigned Berths Ki
lauea Due Tomorrow, as Is Also the Matson Steamer
Wilhelmina and Tenyo Maru Inter-Island Steamers to
Get-Away With Good Sized Cargoes Oil Tanker De
parts for Gaviota.
Ten largo gloani vcseela ileinanillnK
utmlttniico to tho harbor of Hono
lulu tomorrow mny lax tho capacity of
tho wharfage of tlila lrt almost to
i:ory Indication points to n largo
Incrraxo In tho lonnngc at Honolulu
on Tuesday, Nmcmlicr 28th.
At an early hour toinorinw morn
ing tho Toyo Klvcn Knlsha liner Ten
yo Tluru from San Francisco with
Injmer iismiicngura and a mainland
mall Ii) expected off tho harbor nnd
will berth at the Wnlklkl Bide of Ala
kca wharf. The Matson Navigation
xtcamshlp Wllhctmlnn is nNo duo
.ibout the game time ami will bo Kent
to the Kwa aldo of Hackfelil. wharf,
At the Inlcr-lsl.iud ofllce, tho prc
dlcllon la mado that the liaiidxomo
new coasting Hleamer Kllauea now on
:i maiden MijnRo to the Islands will
.urho mi or about noon. TIiIk csbcI
has been asKlgued to tho llrewcr or
old Mntsou wharf whore one thousand
lona mainland cargo Is to bo dis
Then comes the United States cruls
org II Mi In niimhcA making up tho
t'aclflc licet, which nctordliig to late
wlieless rccelied at the harbor ofu.ee
should Bhow up along in tho after
noon. The cruisers Include the Cali
fornia Colorado, Maryland, South D.i:
kotu nnd West Virginia. One cruiser
will take station at the Wnlklkl i.ldo
of Hackfcld wharf, ono gocH t tho
loot of Fort street, another will oc
copy u berth at tho nwa side of Mn-
kca wharf, white Iho remaining two
cruisers will ho proldcd for at the
Then seems to bo a possibility Hint
the nrltlsh steamship Wlllcsdcn with
neatly two thousand Immigrants may
reach tho port in time for berthing
at tho Clnnncl wharf. The Hnllwny
wharf will probably bo assigned In
Iho nrltlsh freighter Crown of Halt
cla with three thousand tons Euro
penn merchandise, should that vessel
also appear and he entered bofore tho
close of a busy day.
Distinguished Officers In the Kllauea.
What Is believed will bo found (ho
highest salaried staff of ofllCora In any
liner that pljH'lho broad Pacific, are
those included In the porBoimcr aboard
tho now Inter-Island Steam Nn Igni
tion liner Kllauea to arrive from Sail
Francisco tomorrow. First in tho or
der of princely compensation Is "Par
ser' .1. A. Kennedy, who Incidentally
serves the' cororntlon as president
nnd general manager. I'uiscr Ken
nedy's official icpoi'ts will he sctnuci)
with keen Intciest by tho staff at tho
lntcr-lsland general office, ullhniigli
It is believed that the documents will
ho found coriect In nil necessary de
"Freight Cleik" (icorgo Wilcox, Is a
well known lesldent of Kauai, a plan
tation mini anil It is wlilsicred holds
.1 ruiisidcrahlo share In the Inler-Isl-
Hiid. Mrs. William Mncluiy Is on tho
Kllauea articles as stewardess, while
Mr, Mnckuy also prominent in Island
affairs is presumably officiating as
mall clerk, Tho son of Iho Mnckay'tt
draws tho salary assigned Hie ouVo
of "p.tckngo boy," In tho tanks -of
officials neat lug the islands in the Rlj
lauca are v. Ii pangolin and Mis,
Pangelln who tiro also on the salary
It Is considered fmtuiiato that in
eluding General Manager Kennedy and
others', tho "ofllclal stall" will rccclvr)
hut tho loguUlion twenty-flvo centu
wngo for Iho coinploto voyage.
Of cnurne, It must not ho foigottcn
that Captain William (U.ul) Freeman
of tho Milium Ken Is In command nf
tho new vossel and It goes without
saylng'lhnt ho Is not numbered among
W. C. Peacock&Co.,Litf
Tel. 1704 , ,Wines and Liquors , Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge .Wines'
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
tho "two bitters" on tho Kllauea sal
The Kllauea not having been pro
ldcd with wireless Is tinder tho Fed'
itiiI navigation laws debarred In car
rylng pnstcngcTs oilier than between
island or coasting ports,
Shipping Manager 'John Drew Is
preparing for tho reception of Iho
nlenmshlp Wilhelmina duo to arrlvo
from San Francisco nt nn early hour
tomorrow morning. This vessel Is
bringing down JGSG tons gcncrarcarRO
included In which are ton autnmoWIe
nnd 114 packages express matter. The.
Wllhclnilnn will then receive dis
patch for Hllo where 1225 tons Is to
lio discharged. Tho Wilhelmina will
land ono hundred nnd 'forty-seven
passengers' nt Hackfcld wharf. u
The Honoliilan under charter by
Iho Matson company nnd ctt routo
from Seattle, Is reported to lmvo' 5300
tons cargo nnd SO.OOOfcot of lumber
for. discharge nt HonAliiln, COO tons
cargo nnd 180,000 feet luniberlfof Ka
nnlul nnd 300 tons cargo for iPort Af
lenV Nothing Is" "slalc'd' concerning
fvaltrhl tn rillrv thmivh If lu twlla.Ad
tha tho "Ilmioliililn has cnnslderahb:!
merchandise for the Rnwall-'porti Tlio
Honoldlarr Is expected' 'here on or
about Dccemhci'Stlt. ,' '- '
Tho Htenin'or Kntcrprlso 'la at' Hllo
nccontlnK fo latowlrclcss recclved"at
Iho office of Ourtlo 'and Cooke. Thin
vessel W ox'pecldwni bo dlsuatched
fiout'-Hlli) fort Saw' Francisco direct
on Friday, December 1st, with 3.10
ti'iitt'raw sugaf-nud slnio lines of mis
cellaneous cargo gathered at Island
ports. H v ''' t "
The'Hyndcs 'now Undergoing a'gert
eral overhauling nnd the 'Installation
of big tanks for'tho 'transportation of
molasses in gchertulCiVto sail from Sc
uttlo rinr December Htth. This vessel
Is understood will bo well supplied
wlllWrflght for Island ports f cjil.
Tlid Hlkininn- Is now- reported as
woll oil 'tlie- wa to San 'Francisco
with some lines dplsland produdls as
well as sugar.11 This- essel'ln tinder
scliediilc to sail from the Sound for
Honolulu on January Gth.
Tho I.urllno which sailed some days
ago with a score of passengers and
n fair cargo In duo to arrive nt Sail
Francisco either late tomorrow after
noon or early Wednesday morning.
a t -." i
Tenyo Maru Is Crowded With Asiatics.
A wireless rccelved'-at tile "agency
of Cnstlo mill Cookd Is -"to Mho effect
that tho Toyo Klscn Katahn liner
Tenyo Maru from San Francisco and
rn route to tho Orient Is- well . filled
with' Asiatic steerage passengers, no
twcen'fortj and' fifty steeratro passen
gers from Honolulu can" be becontmo
datcd. It Is tho present intention lo
dispatch the liner for Japan and Chi
na pirts ut flvo o'clcejk tomorrow
ocnlng. Tho vessel will Icavo no
f cargo nt this port. '
That "Overloaded" Schooner Blade.''
Tho six hundred and fifty ton Ame
rican schooner FM. 8lnife Ir rldlifg
at anchor off the port of 'JTonolnlu with
fvhnt a morning iaper gravely state's
as '"11,108 tons of nitrates," filch If
It'woro true, would place this mortost
npiicaring vessel In a clnss-all liyhof?
solf ns the largest' four-masted
schooner that over plied tho soven
sens. ., .
Tho schooner p. m. Slado clearing
Antofngasta, Chllo, on Oct.- 4th with
olovon thousand four hundred- an-f
eight sacks of nitrates, arrived; o'ff the
poit iibnut nliifl thirty ycstciday
momlno:. -A the "vesitel ronn)s frain
South Ainorfca'whoro there Ik i possi
bility 'tif -hifectlonr thr ureutest 'eaio
TIDES---SUN AND MOON
Lnst iiunrter of tho moon Nov. 28.
'Tlino'liot stated Itvliiililes.
Temperatures G a. m., 70; 8 a. m.,
74; 10 a. m., 73; noon, 73; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in., 30.06; absolute
humidity, 8 A? in., 6.705' grains per
cubic footi rclatho humidity, 8 n. m.,
7tl'twr cent; dew point, 8 a. m.. 65.
Wind 6 n. in., velocity 5, direction
N. Ii; 8 a. m velocity 6, direction. N.
K.; 10 a. m., velocity 12. direction N.
E.f noon, velocity 13, direction N. K.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended nt
noon, .01 Inch.
Tdul wind movement during 24
hours tended nt noon, 185 miles, i
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
.(Spccln) Cnblf to, Merchaatf
Monday, Nov. ,27.
3I:ATTI.E Sailed, Nov. 26: 8.- S
Konolulnn, for Honolulu. '
PORT' TOWN8KNI) Arrived, Nov,
26: Schr. Caiunno, from Hllo, Nov. ft,
PICARI. HAIIIIOil-Sallcd, Nov. 25:
Schr. Samnr, for Port Townscnd.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd, Nov. 26:
! " 'Wireless. "
SrB. 'Wilhelmina, docks ntMnlson's
wharf early -loniorrow morning with
120 cabin and 27 steornge- passengers,
4686'tons cargo 114 packages express
matter, 10- (automobiles. For Hllo,
1225 tons cargo'. '
8. S.Tenjo Mnrn, docks' at Alakcu
wharf -i with 'Iho coast mall early to
niorrom morning ami sails for Yoko
hama, 5, p.'m;
U. 8. Fleel will nrrlvo nlwut to-
was taken by Iho Kedortil-anthorlllcs
to "prevent any possible'' rfanuor from
mosquitoes. Tho schooner has been
subjected to' a thorough fumigation
nnd will probably bo released at tho
order of Dr. Carl Ramus, within n (lay
or two. Tho schoonor has cargo con
signed to the Hawaiian Fertilizer
company. Captain J. Johnson Is In
command. Ho Is accompanied by his
wlfo and little son. He stated, this
morning that this was his first visit
to Honolulu in n number of years. He
reports fair weather on the vojngo
with no accldenls'to mar tho trip,
Today's Denartures. "
Two intcr-lshind steamers nro list
ed for departure today. Tho Nocait
will sail for windward ports along
KHiml at flvo o'clock taking cargo and
explosive only. The W. U. Hall, an
arrival on Sunday Is slated for dis
patch nt five o'clock taking mall ami
passengers. Tho Hall will return to
Honolulu on Wednesday morning nn.l
hold here until the arrival of tho Si
erra 'from San FrAnclsco on Friday
it t It t f jsjr ,
Mail Due In the Morning.' '
A largo mall from fho mainland Is
rcKirlc In tho Japaneso liner Teifyn
Maru duo to arrive from San Fran
Cisco wit nn early ' hour tomoriow
morning.' ThotTbnyo sailed from tho
coast port about two- hours later than
the. Mtitson Navigation steamer Wil
helmina. lDoth vessels should bo at
their resiectlvo wharves beforo nlno
o'clock tomorrow morning It all goes
well on board. '
Belle of Ireland at Port Allen.
Tho ilrltlHh freighter Hello of Ire
laud Is at picsont discharging some
four thousand tons Australian coal ut
Poit Allen according to- wireless ro
Cclveif at .tho agency of C. Brewer
nnd Company 'this morning. Tho crtal
freighter Is 'expected- will complete
work by tho last of Iho week and then
prorcod tb Newcastle, N. S. W., for
Noeau Met With Choppy Seas,
Thtf- lutor-lslnnil steamer Noo'iu
met with strong northeast winds am)
choppy sens on tho homeward voyager
according to- reports from her tofnecr
on arrival' from1 Kniial isirtB. vrho ves
sol rotttrrtcd 'with otie passongerand
a cargo including crntos of chickens,
enrpfy irasolmfl-dnnns, SO'sneMs b nn,
370'sncks coffco and 31 parkages sun
Rough at Windward Hawaii Ports,
Tho officers In tho steamor Mkcllkn
which rutin iled to ,ort with one picf-
ronger und'a row 'iiackuges'tif sundries
report that tho Komi and Kuu llnor
Mauua I.oa Is meeting with, lough
weather at tho windward pott'j of call.
Tho Mauna Uia is to return tomoirow,
with severnl thousand sacks sugar nun
2000 sacks coffee. '
ffaekli Bmlletla II r jsat
Sunday, Nov. 26.
Kauai Hirta Kliiau, stiiir., a. In, -,
Moloknl' nnd Mnnl. ports MlkahnU,
stmr., a. in.
Antofngasta F. M. Slado, Am, schr.
Monday, Nov. 27.
Hawaii l.lkcllkc, stmr., a. in.
IVr stmr. Nocnti, from Knunl ports
T. O, Spencer, Miss J. Kalan.
Per stmr. Mauna Koa, for Hl(o via!
way ports, Nov. 28. A. Akalia, W. 11.
Olson. Mrs. Olson. C, J. Hcuirko. Sam
Johnson, Miss Cnldlcld, Miss i .I.VouiihcI. However, nobody appeared to
Mend, Wr K. Kolr, Mrs. Kclr, W. H 'irt?n the charge on behalf of the 'J'er
habcoek, Mrs. llabcock, Miss llabcock.irltnry, nnd Deputy County Prosecuting
Miss Paul, Mm. T. II. Gibson, P, U1
Home, Mrs. Win. Mamie, O. II. Rob-
Cl twin, It. U. Wheeler Mrs. Whcclor.'of
J. F. Woods, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. .1. II.
Rrownc, H. Warren,
Mrs. W. R. Colburn.
Per stmr. 'Mnunn tA for Kona nnl
Kan ports, Dec. 1. Miss B. Parll
Hong Chnrk, A. Castle, J. P. Cutz,
Mrs. Culz, Miss II A. Orccnwcll, Mrs.s n m.ittrlnl dlfferciice In the two
W. A. (Ircenwell, 0. P. Cooke, Miss terms. - a
M. Johnson, F. II. McStocker.
Per stmr. Klnnu, for Kauai ports,
Nov. 28. Mrs. F. Ilrandt, Miss Pur-,
vis, A. O. Heine, D. II. M unlock, K. do
Lucvy, Dr. C. P. Osborn, Mts.' Os
Ijorn.' Per Htmr. Clnmllnc, for Hawaii via
Mniil "porta, Dec. 1. Col. Hanlug, A.
K. Ilriinc. v '
Per stmr. Mlkahnln, for ".Maul nnd
Moloknl porl". N"". 28. H. It. Mecr.
. i .
I - .?
ii.. ,i ... .h .-
about noon tomorrow, tho flue now
Inter-Island Stcsni Navigation Com-
pany liner Kllauea with President nnd i
t 1 I !
ager J. A. Kennedy on; " ,
i r n. lu'A. S. Wilcox, who ilmintuil thogroiiuds
i i ..n i f il. .m-'A.
' . . ...
en voyage, berth nt the old Matson'"',. : ' . .. , .V. ..
wharf j.whtie ono thousand tons gcu-
oral cargo brought 'down from tlio.l,n"lc,!:..olo.l",?.Wo lo l,.rra,cn'-,.
Coast will bo discharged, ,,,., . .u, ,.,. .
Tlnf Kllnuca represents Ino xti.lpnl.lc reels In this Institution arc two
contract placed Willi the Union Iron "",,1lr'"1 "'" hl cn,c"
Works of S.m Francisco. It Is n ves- ,':i",c R"e,,t ,K,"k' .r"t',r11 cr. ,,r,"y
scl or 252 reet'3 1ue1.es length. 3.1 reel "U,civ """ w ' ' "f'""
l.r...lll. .,.! 10 mA. .tn.,11. . u.-e.l .,r . AtnOIIK HlO VlsllOM WllO.CUlled
IK ImioI. ivlll. .Ion.1 nlBl, e,..,el.V
or 1000 tons cargo. Handsomely flt
led with nil that Mrlalns to ,811 up-,
tn-dnio s'tenmcr, tho Kllauea Isdes-"
tinCd to becomo a favorite willi trav
elers between Honolulu and Konu mid
Kail ports, on which run the new
steamer will bo pljced to relieve tho
Mnunn l.oa. ' -'
lnuo!ulu got B gllinpso ot tho
amount or work that has boon
i' doiio toward cleaning up tho city,
when twenty-three drnya loaded
with debris swept down Fort
street shortly berore 9 o'clock
tills morning. They wero head-
s ed by tho" road dopiirtmcnt's
steam-roller, drngging ten high- -s-
heaped drays. 'Tho caravan came
nil fho way from Palolo, but of
courso It choso tho middle of tho
principal business street lo get to
"Tlmts tho longcgt funeral
procession I over saw.'- com-
menfed Pnul lsenberc as tlio
s bananas were
dragged toward ,
s tho lust restlng-pluco In tho wnt- 1
crs of tho Pacific.
Tho Sanitation Committee will make
another tour this afternoon, starting
at 3 o'clock. It wl)l take in Wnlklkl
and Kalinukl 'districts:" ""-
wlO ""' - . . ssssssasa
L,llCn iffWf. H
m H y MUfACTURER? V0, H'1vJJ ImM
H 1H ' PATENT v BiYlPPViPV H
H IH: Hs'aiBBBBBBBBBBBl ataBBBai
bbbbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI liH sbbbbbbbbbbbH
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NO ONE APPEARS
lkeniisc no representntlvo of Iho nt-torney-Keneral's
hi police court this Inornlng, the cae
ngalUHt W. II. Thurtcll. tlinrged with
lolatlng the Hoard of Health regula
tions nnd placid under nrrrct for main-
tnlnliig linniiiin tiees on' his premises,
wiik postponed until next Wedneadny
Thurtell nppeared nnd plemUd not
guilty mid was ready to proceed with
the trial, thmish not renresenteil bv
Attorney Ilrown told the court lliattho
nttorney - geuerars olllce Is In possession
the mater In I fHets of the case, nc-
'cordially nsklng the pustpnuemcnt.
Thurtell In his defence rnl.ed the
point that he has Minnnim plants'' nnd
not "banana trees" on his promises,
'whereas h Is charged with linvlng nl-
lowed "Imnnnii tiees." He claims there
In celchrntloii of tho second' nnnl
vcrsary of tho KaulKeolanl Clilldicn's
Hospital, a public reeepllon was held
ut the Institution from 3:30 to 5
o'clock Sntiiiday afternoon. Among
those whose presence lending dlstlnc
linn to the occasion who Her Majesty
I Queen l.lliiiokal.ini, Oovernor Frcar
lend Itlshop itesturlck. Tlie dlieet'iM
of, tho hospital, .Air. W. O. Hmllh Mr,
Paul Iscnberg, Mr. J. F. Morgan, Mr,
W. R. Castlu and Mr. Allan Horherl,
ilmnlnil llin milli-n M tit m nt lie m.
""-''" ' '"- -
r.('lv,"K ",8 K'''"" '""I ''onlR ''"''
"rnll" " nullilliiB. , ,
S. Wilcox, who donated thu riiiiiui
nn.l nilnli ..nidiiiinil lnill.llllnu nn.l Mlu
, Wilcox, for whom the Institution was
' ''0,lc Cr0 tfl" Rlrlfl ' St. An-
drow's Priory, Kawal'iliao Seminary
and Knmchnmehn Qlfls' School.
ESTATE OF ; ,
The master's report In connection
with the estate of the hi to Alexander
Voung was llled In llui Clrrtiit Court
this morning. The report Is on thellmt
i nnd final aei mints of tho executors.
The totnl Income receipts show nt
$!IJ,S2S05, while tho capital urcount
shows at M,f!M lit. The total dls-
biirseiiienlH were $77,211.59, while the
eomnilsslons rhnrgtd by the executors
amounted to $19H:ls.'
At 7:30 o'clock this evening Deputy
Sheriff Rose will liold another Inquest
ut the police station over the myste-
rlous death of Sergeant nimor A.
Sehoofey, who..., dead body was found
n, Kuoanu stieam last Thuisday
morning. With tho witnesses who have
,,cll IHkei, ,,y Irs , ,,0 lireIIl.)lt llt
, ,111m.Kt (nlllKlt, u H nkrI. ,mt
,Iclnto ,Ilfornillt,OM I1H , 10 ,,cntll ot
Furnished room, hot wutcri walking
distance from Postottlce. Address
"W,"'lllls ofllce. 50!H-2t
Tlio ocean Is crossed In love by a
number of bridnl paitlcB.
FOR SALE AT ALL .GROCERIES
(Continued from Paqe 1)
train over tho Oahu railway will ent
ry tho boys to tho pavilion.
Thnt special will carry another Im
portant Item the ThiinksgKlug din
ner for tho boys, prepared nnd' ready
to bd sercd by the excellent cooks
nnd competent waiters of tho Putin
Cnfe. The boys liko the kind of tur
key nnd crnnhcrry Bunco anil pice nnd
cako nnd enndy nnd nil the other flv
In's that Manager .fungclniia of tho
Palm puts Into his good things ecry
Tho special train will take tho party
ot ono bundled boys to the Peninsula,
where they will lmo free run of tho
plnco till 'dinner time. The big
Thanksgiving dinner wll bo' served
In tho pavilion. After dinner games
will bo played till tho boys nro ready
to go'homo. Thero Is no limit on tho
time of their stay. Tho Oahu Hall
way trnln will be nt Iheir service un
It will bo n very full day for n Jolly
lot of well fed nnd well entertained
boys, winding up with something for
nmiiscment In the evening If they nro
not nil tired nut with their sports and
swimming, and eating nnd Joy lido of
tho day. '
Y. I. U TAKES
(Continued from Page 1)
( A. nnd was accomplished without
their knowledge or consent. The ll
lectors wish to niinounee Hut said ac
tion was n violation of the provisions
of the constitution nnd contrary to tho
policy adopted by the Y, W. O. A.
The oltleers nnd directors rtgict ex
tremely that tbu Incident occurred, not
only brcniisu It has led lo charges nt
numeration iignlnst Iho iismh-I Hbm.
,,,,,, ,,, llot .lesorve. but l.een.iso
it has been nn Injustice nnd n Miurco
of great enib.in
rrassment and annoyance
lo n young ladv whom the oltleers nnd
directors hold In the highest esteem.
A reKilnllcin Ins been unanimously
passu! by tho directors rescinding tho
tiitlou of tho general seentary.
i:1.0ISi: C MAI5X.
Ilecordlng Heirctnry, V. W. ii, A.
,f f .
tt In ncLOidnnco vvllli the custom it
it or ii 1st vcars a number of tho ii
it churches of Hie city will iiullo in it
tt u Union Thanksgiving Sorvlro on tt
tt Thanksgiving' Day nt'U o'clocl'ti"-
tt In the Central Union church it
it The day's sermon will bn given tt
it this enr by Rev, Holier! Elmoro tt
it Smith, Pastor of the,. Methodist it
it chiirth. Ills subject' will bo it
it "Three flrent Ideals of Antlnul- it
it ty." tlovcinor Frear will be pre- tt
tt sent to read tho Piesldenl'a pro- ii
ii clamallon, nnd other parts In the ii
it ptnginm will bo taken by the dlf- tt.
it fcieut mlnlslers of the city. Tho ii
tt Douhlo Qnsrtet of tho Central ii
tt Union church Is preparing special it
tt music. tt
8 At .- ' , .- ' ' ' ''
Willi the "lllaik Maria" of the, police
ilepiirlment lapldly Ruing to pieces, ns
well ns the thren ancient and honor
able eiiilnes that draw It, membirs f
the Hoard of Supervisors think thero
will lie real economy In replacing tlio
pollcu wagon wllh nn nuto truck.
I.. 8. Coiiness ot Hllo has in.ule mi
application to the (ioveinnr for n II
iruse to line the water of thu Wulluku
rlvrr, Hnwiill, for geiuriitliig electric
power for the electric railway hjhUiii
fur the rlty of Hllo.
A gang of men was set to work on
Nuuanu avenue -today. Vhlln the mil V
nlclpal appropriation has Ikiii in.itu
I hilly reduced because of Inroads uunlo
upon It throuRh'the neeessiry expenses
uttendant upon thu cleaning up of tbu
city. It Is Mated that there jet ie
mains u sutllelent sum to warrant tho
resumption of wnrk'ntt the hlghvvu).
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