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Honolulu Coin inn n ilirj
Order nf (In- Temple.
Hawaiian -'llitnl Prirrcr.
Honolulu Commit niler)
llcuular, . )i. in.
Honolulu- Sri'iniil Dccice
Oceanic Third Hrgm-.
llnrnioii) Chapter No. I
I). I!. S. lU'cul.ir.
AH rlRtttnt; mumbarn ol tuo
Order nr cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local leditea
Meet on the
2nd nd 4th
t K. F. Hull
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' " aho
JEHEFICIAL A?S"1ATI0H. elation, cor.
WX. McKINLEY I.0D0E. KO. 8,
K. of P.
Mi vry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
fining at 7:30 o'clock lu IC. ot P.
Hall. cor. Fort and Herctatiln. Vlilt
lnj brothers cordlilty Invited to at
land. F. F. KIMIBT, C. 0.
E. A. .IACOUSON, K. 11. B.
40N0LDHI lODeE. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 16, D. F. 0.
Xlka, nieeta in their hall, ou King
Itrect, near Kort, every Friday evi
alng. Visiting llrotbcre ara cordially
nyltaj to ntteni
d.p. it. isbniirro, n. n.
ai:o. t. kluboku sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet every first nud third Tuesday
of nc!i moiitli In IV.ttcrnlty Hull, I. O.
O, !'. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttrnd.
V. J. UOIIINSON. Sachem.
II V. TUUU, O. ot n.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Sleets every first mid third Friday at
T'SO o'clock, I tliUin Hall, comer Rcro
tanla nud Kort streets. Visiting bruth
era cordially Invited to attend.
S. DBCKBR. C. C.
O. HCINB. IC of 11. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
MectH on second and fourth Wcdncs
day evening of enrh month at 7:31
o'clock. In Han Anlonlo Hnll, Vineyard
atrcct, near l.'inina. VIsKIii hrothcra
aro Invited to ntUnd.
P. HIOUI.WS, W. P.
VM. C. Sl'COV. Secy.
Bdw-.ud Curie, tho noted Psychic of
Han Francisco, who for over twenty
yeara Iimh bci ii prominently ldeutllled
with tho Spiritualists' soclctlea of Amcr
leu. Is In Honolulu and will demon
strain pastille phenomena, etc. Spirit
mil mlvico on all inntlrr.i given. Dally
10 to I; evenings hy appointment Til
rpliouo SU13 or at resilience, 782 Klnau
rtrect. (Irnml Scunco every Thursil.iy
Kve., S o'clock. f.O'JO-tf
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Youno Hotel Phone 30S8
B03TON BUILDING, FORT STREET
1 HT.W tiuiw fmm nil fiww pw
EVENING DOWNS AND WRAPS
Clciuoil ! Abadlt's French Process
(J AHAD1I'. Proprietor)
777 KINO CTnEET PHONE 1401
City transfer Co.
JA3. H. LOVE
Royal Mail Liner Nile Is Declared Will Enter Trans-Pacific
Service in February, Leaving From Hongkong Korea
Brought Large List of Passengers for Honolulu New
Kilauea Departure an Animated One MaunaKea Away
With Volcano-Bound Tourists.
The Pnelllc Mull Steamship Company
Hill add uiiother liner to the licet with
Iho llrst of the enr, lo take the place
of the v. recked A-la. which proved a
totiil los olT Finger Itock. North
Vlce-l'i evident ami Cencriil Mnnaper
It. P Sihworln Iiiim ilord n ileal
wlurob the I'm lllc Jlalf tukca ovir
the ItrltWi steamship Nile, n 11m r
hi retoforo enrolleil under the iMiiner
of the IJo.Mil Mall Steam Packet Com
imiiv. ami operated hy that concern
bctwoin limit llrltnlll and South
Viiierkiin porta, vl.i the Strnlta ofMu
uellnu The visscl la reported na hav
ing he u pun-bused outright, ueeord
lim to the slorv width una tohl this
morning on hoard the steamship Ko
rea he ollleera who profeaa to have
liiirinil the iletnlla. Since the clhn
iiiiillon ot the Aala from the tranpi-
cllle s hetlulo tin re bus existed a wide
u.ii lu -nillnKa from HoiiKkoiu; na well
.! San Fi.iiieiavn. wlii.li wna generally
mull rxlooil waa to ho lllleil hy a vcvel
the name of which waa unknown
The Korea cnino uloiiKalilu Alakea
uliarf liefore !i o'clock thla morning,
tin' ollleera reporting a line run down
from San franclsco with the excep
tion of the llrat day out from tho (.old
en (mte Thla cxkcI hroiiKht ill
e.thln. nltein aecoiiil-claah and one
Ihlnl claia panKra. The tlirimuli
INt for vailoiiM (inrta aloiif- tho coist
of Ail. I liiilmlea l'. I tiihlu "1 second
ami I'.lJO tlilnl-chiaa pnnsencera.
The Keren la to relualn hero until
Ii o'cloik thl eenhiK liefore takhiK
up the Miyape to Japan porta mid
I1oiikI.ou DiirhiK thla time I'SO tnna
of Kiueral earKo will he illchan;ed. A
mull from the inainlaiul niiioiititlnK to
'JOS xacka wua received.
The Kort. i Is tiikini! a InrKe general
carKo lo the Orient, umoiiutlnK to 7
r.nu tmiK, nf wlikh there lire S500 hales
of totion for the Japan xplnnliiK mllli.
Ilouoliilu drawa al new uulomohl!eH
on the frelnlit list, while four will ho
loruarded to the lant
One larfie Item of freight la mate
rial to the amount of sixty tons which
will he incorporated lu an Ice plant
In he oreUed at Canton, China.
On what la Iwlleveil excellent nu
thorlty It la clnlmcil that there H
uothliu; to prevent Ihn Nile from tall
hifi iiji the transpacific run leavhur
lloiiKkoiur the hitter part of F hruary.
Aa tlo present Hchcdule la urraimed,
the Tojo Klsen ICnlsha Chlyo Mnru Is
to Iciivo the China coast terminal for
Sin Francisco on Fehruary lfi. Thin
will follow Hie Paclllc Mall Monun
lla. on Manh 2. The new steamer
will ill Into thlH hrcak lu a very satis
Tho Nile la known hero to n Hum
her of local shipping people who hao
lslteil tho west coast of Central or
The Nile was hullt on Iho Cli!o lu
ISM and la u vessel of IJ885 KrnK ton
naKe with a dead wclRht carrylnir ca
pacltv ot 4143 tons. Tho vessel sv in
feet lniiR. 52 rect In lieam nnd 33.5 feet
deep. It la n shiRlo-screw vessel
ciiulppeil with triple exp'inalou en
dues, nud will have enniiKh speeil to
keep lu tuno with tho present aclieilule.
Tho Nile, which Is now at South
ampton, will leave London this month
and will ko via Suez to Hongkong,
while It will start on the run between
San l'ranclaco and tho coast of Asia.
"Dllly" Allen Fmda Font of Youth. .
"Illlll" Allen, nr to ho mAio dlsnl-
lied, Purser William A. Alien, r tlm
Pacific Mall liner Korea has become
a mystery In hl Icshm of frlcml3
nimind tho Pacific.
Now "Hilly" as ho Is nlwaj-H known
In shipping rlicloa, has never ap
prnachod tho ilaiiKer zono which leads
In Olerlsni. On tho other hand tho
Kcnlal nlllclal who Iimh tnncled'inoio
miles than any utlior inirscr now In
iho trans-Pacific scrvlco docs nut lay
claim In IioIiik tlio only spiIiiB chic
I'cn lu tho Piiclllc Mall flmlly. Truth
In, though wliUpor It Ronlly,! (hat
"Hilly" appcara younscr with each
W. C. Peacock & Co Ltd,
Tel. 1704 t Wines and Llqudrs Tel. 1704
Family Trade a. Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm'S Champagne
( Schlitz Beef
Call and get one of our ne w 1912 Pocket Diaries.
siiccccillnR visit to Honolulu. His
friends have no;cd Iho change nnd
from lime to tltnu have commented
in the same.
A piomlnent huslncss man of Ho
nolulu called nt tho pursers ofucc this
inornliiK nnd asked:
".Mr. Allen, hnvo jou illscovcrcd tlio
(ahlcd fountain ot youth?''
"Hilly" smilingly replied: "It's easy
mid a cheap prescription. Novcr take
jour troubles to bod with you."
A Few Changes In the Korea PCraon.
11. It. ItubliiMin, a pleasant little of
llclnl who for sumo llmo pisl served
as ficlcht clerk In the Pacific Mall
liner Korea, was transferred to Iho
general auditor's department of Iho
Pacific Mall at tho conclusion of tho
Inst vnjngo. His placo on Iho liner
has been Inttc'i hy II. Stclker, who
possesses it vvldo cperlcnco In his
paillcular lino and also has a fitciilly
of itinkltiR n lmat of frlrnils nt every
port of call. There aro also one. or
two changes In the dcpuitment pre
sided over hy Hint genial veteran of
'he seas, Paul Itosslter, chief engineer
of the Korea.
Blue Funnel Freighter Coming.
Tho Prometheus, n Hrltlsh freight
er, one of some half hundred Marge
atcninshlps operated hy the Alfred
Holt Company, better known as the
illue Funnel I.lno Is duo to arrlvu at
Honolulu within a few days.
The Pioinctlicus sailed some weeks
iigo from Ocean Islmul and Iras on
L'o.uil two thousand tons phosphates
for discharge hcie.
Tho Prometheus will coino to tho
agency of T. II. Davlcs and Company.
This vcshcl Is anld to ho tho first ar
rival of that Hue nt tlio Kitl of Ho
nolulu lu n good ninny )cuis.
Lurllne Wilt be Late In Arrival.
A Isto wireless lecelvcd nt the
agency of Castlo and Cooko from tho
.Mai son Navigation steamship lAulino
Is to tho effect that that vessel will
not nrrlv'o from San Francisco, until
iato Wednesday afternoon, Tho Lur-
l!no Is bringing- G7 passengers, 130
packages of express mat lor. souio
mall and cargo Including' IIJS.'i Inns
for Honolulu, 520 tons for Knhiilul
and 115 tons for Port Allen. Tlio ves
sel Is presumably mectfiiK with some
lough weather which lias: occasioned
Iho delay In icaclilng port.
Freighter Mexican to Return Next
Tlio Ameilcan-Hnwallnu freighter
Moxlcmi pulled away from Illfo' short
ly before flvo o'clock Sunday evening
hound for Kahulul. This vessel will
call at Knanapnll and thenro to Pott
Alien returning to Honolulu lo com
plete cargo on or about next Mondny,
Tlio Mexican Is scheduled to sail for
Sallna Cruz on December 2nth nud
in departing will tnko tho regulation
twelve thousand tons sugar and other
lines of ftclght.
Columbian Next A..H. Freighter.
(leneral Freight ASent C. P. Mmsc
of tho American-Hawaiian Jlno nt (Ills
lsitt has been advised that tho freight
or Columbian from Teliuantopec vfii
Pacific coast purls Is duo fo arrlvo
horo on December 29tli, This vofsol
will In lug New York cargo Including
that numlieied 214, leaving Now Yoik
In Iho American on OcL 28 No. Sl.i,
Callfoinlan Nov. 4th and No. 210 Ha
waiian Nov. loth. "
Sparks From the Wiralesa.
WluiesM messagea wero received
last night from two liners now eu
mule to tho Islands, as follows:
TinFJI IN ANh MOON
'-, - Ti
f N,1 rfl f-6 T3 B r a
liir J: iff M S'
"a,c a a a 33 &g f i I
Dee. n.m. li ni. a lu it.in. r , ..
II 7.; 1.7 mi 3W ll 6.30 Ml ll-tl
U "6" ,( II.M 490 LSo'eai 6.JI
13 OM .j HI (Ol 3 ,V 019
, am I
II oeo i.j iota ssa n no 0.31 sis l.st
15 0 1 I.I II. If (li 7.IS 3 531 S.IS
I" 1.33 IS 133 fl.32 HVi 0.3.1 SSI SOS
17 i.li .s I M 7W1 WW O-.tl S5I 4 01
Ijtst quarter of tho moon Dec. 12.
: ,:! " i. . ,
Temperatures G a. m., 71; 8 a. m.,
7f; 10 a. m., '7; noon, 7S; morning
Parameter, 8 a. in., .10.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in , .'.SOI grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 it. m.,
C2 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., Gl,
Wind G ii. in., velocity 8, direction
N. K.; i n.'in., velocity B, direction N.
K. 10" n. m., velocity 2, direction N.
I-;.; noon, velocity 8, direction K.
Italnfall during 21 hours ended 8
a. m., .07 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, ISC miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to MerchanU'
Tuesday, Dec. 12.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived, Dec. 12,
420 n. m. S. S. Slcfrn, henco lice. (1
SAN FltANCISCO Arilvcil, Dec. 12,
prior to 8: CO u. in.: S. S. Wllhel
lulnn, henco Dec. G.
VICTORIA Arrived, Dec. 12: S. S.
Mnktirn, henco Dee. 5.
YOKOHAMA Sailed. Dec. 12: S. S.
Chlyo Mum, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Doc. 11:
Ilk. II. P. Rlthct, Mr Honolulu.
S. S. I.urllno, will dock at Hnckfeld
vharf about 10 p, in. (tomorrow) from
Snu Francisco with 1.185 tons cargo;
57 rafscngors', 130 pkgj. express mai
ler. For Kahulul: 520 Ions cargo, for
Port Allen G5 Ions cargo; 8 autoin'i
biles for Honolulu.
S. 8. Manchuria, wll dock at Ala
kea wharf about p. in. Friday with
1550 tons cargo and sail for San Fran
cisco, Saturday mnrnlnjt.
II. S. A. T. U)k;iii, dock at Oceanic
wharf about G p. in. today from San
Francisco and sail for Manila about
1. in. tomorrow.
51. N S S. l.iirllnc, en route from
Sail I'riinclxto; ;i;30 p. m. (!I3 uillea
from Honolulu; moderate easferly
lifee?e; arrive at 9 o'clock Wcdncsilay
I'. 51. S S. Manchuria, en route from
Yokohama: x p. in 1314 miles west
of Honolulu; all well.
Mauna Kea Carried Tourlata.
Taking a largo pcrccnlago of tou
rists among tlio list ot passengers
hooked for Hawaii, tho lntor-lsland
steamer .Milium Kea sailed for Hllo
via way jkiiIh shortly after ten o'clock
today. The Manila Koa carried a num
ber of Intending visitors to Iho vol
cano. Tho natural wonder on Ha
waii Is lu a plrtutcsqiio stage of ctup
tlon at the present llmo. Iho lava he
'ng less than two hundred Tcct fiom
Iho rlin of tho ct nfcr.
Lurllne Report. '
Tho following vviteless message has
been received by Iho Agents of tlio
1. S. t.urllno bound for I'loo'oiuln:
S. S. I.iiillno, 9:S-0 p. in., at Sea,
Dec. 11111.'! miles oft Honolulu, moil
crato trinlo winds'. For Honolulu:
1383 tons caigo, C7 passengers, 130
packages express matter, 8 automo
biles. For Kahulul: T20 tons cargo.
I'Vir Port Allen; G5 tons carso.
Snip will arrlvo off port about 9 p.
in. Wednesday and will dock at tho
Hnckfeld wharf. '
Kilauea Away en Maiden VoVaae,
Departing a't noon today for ports
along Iho Kuuu'niiil Kuu coast of I In
wall, the now Inler-lslnnd steamer Kl
ai'ica wllh ft fair list or passengers
nnd a hold filled with cargo began the
maiden voyage in a sorvicc formorly
covered' by tho old reliable, steamer
Tlio Kilauea Is destined ' to become
lCf6rvodly popular wit h'tlio traveling
p'ulillc lu that tho Vessel Is iKciidy,
and has accommodations which aro
fnr and uwny nbovo' tho aveiagu for
vessels of that tonnage.
Light Booklna for the Manchuria.
Thu Iacflc Mall liner Manchuria
Is duo lo arrive, from Iho Orient on
Frfdny and tlioro Is room for ono
hundred and twcnty-flvo cifhln pus-
tongois from this nott to tlio coast
Tho .Manchuria Is lirhiglnj? ji caigo
nnioiiniing to 1530 tons or a wlilo var
iety of Oriental merchandise.
' t i
Belle of Irelanrt for Australia.
Tho HrltlEh ficlghlor Hello of lie
land has snlled fiiim Port Allen fo'r
Aiistialian porls aflor lisvlAe it hi
clfnrRoif Iho shlpmuift ol coal at tho
ivailal port; The Hollo of Irolaml
hroiiRhl Auslinllnn fuel lo (hrse y
nuila a poi(lon lmvliig been left nt
Per P. M S. S. Korea, from Snu
Francisco, Dec, 12. For Jlonnlulit: II j
K. Adams, A. II. Ailclgh, S. W. llarnts,
Airs. S W. Ilarnes, F. F. Hell, C. Hol-
sfeflil, Afr. C. Holstbad, f). C. tlclf,
Sirs. D. C. Hell, F. Ilrugglsscr, Mrs. F.
HriiBglsscr, C. W. Ilurclicnal, Mr.. I.
Hullles, Miss, T, Hyrnc, A. II. Carter,
J. C. Clovv, Mrs. .1. C. Clow, Masler .1.
It. Clow, Mrs. K, T. Cousins, Miss 1(,
C'unillff, fj. Dargln, .1. Davis, K. F.
Day, Mrs. K. F, liiy, .1. D. Dole, Mrs,
11. Kalon, A. F. (Iiiy, B. N. HallbsiK,
Master fl. Harris Judgo A. S. Hnrt
Well, Miss .1. Hurtwcll, It. II. Hender
son, Mrs. It, n. Henderson, Mrs. II. II.
Hewlett, O. D. Hlnlcy, Miss M. I,.
Hopper,. B. Humboldt, C. W.. Humme,
I. It. Johnson, .Mrs. J. R. Johnson, Mis
M. M. Hunter Jones, Miss II. .lines,
Miss C. Jones, P. Jorgcnsen, Robert
Kenp, Mrs. l S. Knight and maid, O.
) a Fontaine, Mrs. O. I.a Fontnlno. J
I.ando, Mrs. A. Lcrcli, F. I. Marcy,
J. A. McCnndless, W. C. McClure, MrK,
W. C. McClure, It. McCorrlstou, W. C
McOonagle, Mrs. W. C. McGonaglc. R.
M. Million, Mrs. It. M. Morton, Mnstcr
It Morton, p. J. O'lllgglns, Mrs. P. J
O'HIgglns, S. S. Palmer "and servant,
Miss Thelma Parker, Mrs. F. Pattern
Dr. It. C. Ii. Perkins, l.Icut. .1. Pine,
airs. u. it. Kenton, a. II. Rice, D.
Rice, Mrs. D. Rice, Mrs. J, F. Richard
son, J, Ryan, Mn'j. A. II. do Sialics
F. A. Schnefor, Mrs. F. A. Sclinefer,
J. Schnnbcl, F. I Scelcck. Mrs. F. I..
BCcleck, Mrs. U Sexton, It. Sharp, C.
Sllvcrson, Mrs. C. Sllvcrsou and ser
vant, II. O. Smalt, K. 0. Stevens, Mrs,
R. C. Stevens, Sun Fo, K. M. Tnltt,
Mrs. M. I.. Washburn, Mrs. M. A. Wat
ct bury, Dr. On. T. Weaver, J. Wess-
man, Mrs. A. K. Wheeler, It. Wilcox,
Mrs. It, Wilcox, (J. N. Wlfcox, J. A.
Wilder, Master .1. II. Wilder. Mlstf K.
Wilder, Q. I.. Wilson. I V. Young
worth, Mrs. I,. V. Yo'ungworth
1 l'ASSE.VdKKS n0KI.I T
Per stiur. Mntinn Uin, for Kiuil
porti-, Dec. 12. Miss P. Rerry, James
Douse, l.ouls Douse, Hclcno von Arns
waldt, Mls P. Horry. MIsk E. Mc
Laren, Miss Put vis, Dr, Satulow. J.
rossoth, D. (j, stay, a. S. Wilcox unit
I l'ASSK.ViKIIS IHlPAItTKH I
Per stinr. Kllnucn, for Kona and
Knu ports (maiden trip), Dec. ii.
.Mrs. J. A. Auld and child. .Mrs. I.cs
Ho, C. II. Cooke, E. B. Conatit mid
ttjfe, W. Paris, A. Paris, Miss Acker
man, (leo. II. Robertson It. McWiono,
Blcauor Aimgst. Wvallaco Amies). W.
W. Ilrmfer and wife. 8. llnnier. It.
Mossman, W. A. Halloj;, J. O. 8nith,
F. A. Hiicn mid wire. Miss Mary Ko
ckollo, I.. Mhff.irl.inc, A. S. Present t.
Per stinr. .Mauna Kci, for IHIo, via
way jHirts, Dee. 12. Mrs. O. II. Schro
der, Mrs. A. (larcla, .1. Hind and wife,
.Mrs. ,. I,. Sexton, A. P. Oliver, Mia.
Daerr, Mlrs Abby, .Miss .Innscn, Mlta
A. Waal, F. F. DuKer, wife and two
rhlldrcli, Mrs. Rose, J. M. Hose, M'lso
II. Rego. 5Irs. Richardson, l. II. Rcn
(nu. .; ' -
(Continued from Page 1)
la planning uu exclusion by rait at tho
same lime, details of which are to lV
announced liiler on So widespread Is
Interest III tho opening of the harbor
that It la believed the excursion train
will lie packed. Passengers will ho
landed nt a convenient pluco from
whhii to sec tho vessels steani Into tho
Tlio tug Intrepid and tho II. S. sta
tion tug Navajo may also go down.
nrriiiigciiicnts now being under wuy lo
seeure these If possible.
Ihe committee meeting (bra morning
was held In' Ihe olTlcc of President
J. A. Kennedy of the Iutcr-Islnnd com
pany nnd, was attended hy Mr, Ken
nedy, President Spalding of tho Cham
ber of Commerce, Pieslileut White of
tho Merchants' Association, J, It. O.ilt.
II. P. Wood and F. C Smith of the O.
It. & I.. 5Ir. Onlt reported that ho
had conferred with Admiral Cow lei
and found the admiral ready to coop
eralo In every way, both for the steam
er excursions and so far as allowing
Iho general pulillo oil the military res
ervallon. Sumo regulation as lo al
lowing Iho crowds at the ilrydock It
self may have lo ho iiiailo for both
safety and to facilitate the holding of
Members ofn tho ihniuhcr of com'-
morco can niocuio their tickets for
.1... A..... ...III..'. .t .1 .... 1. ...
.uu vxi iiiniioi ai. mo mums oi ino iin
'.vall Proinnflou Commltl'co aiiV tlnin
dining Weilnosday. It Is dcslied If
possible they should In obtllnod and
Iho list made up before 2 o'clock,
OPENING NOT FORMAL IN '
OFFICIAL SENSE OF WORDf
Pearl Jlurhor la not lo ;o rormylly
opened Thursday, In tho oll'lclal sense
Tho tlfp of tho Ungshlp California
through tho viifrmiCo channel will bo
mi Inspection only, Thbf Is a point
which Admiral Chiiunrcy Thomas,
commander-ln-ililef f u,,, inrc
fleet, and Admiral Coules, coiuiuaii-
iliint of the naval statl wish very
To Ihe geiunil lufbllc (hla Is a dis
tinction, but not a illmrence. Whrn
tho Calirornln llucads tho channel and
anchors off tlio ilrydock, It will irtean
to Ihe people of Honolulu (hat the goal
of years of striving Is In sight, nnd
that an era of naval Importance for
Oalui and the enthe Hawaiian Islands
fa tloc ut ban d Well may (hey cele
brate tho day.
Hut fiom mi nlllclal standpoint tlm
situation Is very different. The for
mal opcnliiR of I'enrl llarlmr la sonic-1
thhiir vvhl'clt must ho dcslKimtcd nud
m ranged for hy tho Navy Department. '
It nlono cpn declare tho rtrcat nnvnl
base of tho Pucllle an nccoinpllalieil
underlaklug. Admiral Thoiuaa can
not, nnd certainly will not, take upon
himself lo "open tho harbor," and thla
point tho couimaiider-lii-clilcf wauls
lo bring out very sltongly. i
"I will call the whole thing on and
Ica'vo the I'lUifornln tied up to tho
dock' riilher than have thla trip Thurs
day recoRlilzed na i fornlnl opening of
the harbor," said Admiral Thomas thla
morning, "I wish the llullctln
would slate, and stntc very positively,
that Thursday's trip la merely an In
spection. I was ordered hy tho depart
ment to Inspect tho work. It seemed
to me that the logical and heat way!
to Inspect n harbor' waa to take n sfilp
Into It. It la very Krntrfylni- that thu,
people nf Honolulu should tnko so
much Interest In the arrival of tho
llrst wnrshlp there, and the celebra
tion of welcome which la being nr
funned la proper enough. Hut don't
let It bo known as a formal opening.
This Admiral CqwIcs and myself must
i aa a'
Blahty thousand dolleia la to he ex
pended for the permanent burning of
Iho Pearl Harbor ili.lllliel. This be
came known In naval circles today,
and die coincident arrival of II. 51.
Trolf, general Inspector of the lljjhl
house service, on tho Korea this morn
ing, si cuts to have Important hearing
on the project.
5lr. Trott Is ono of tho "hlghcr-ups"
of the lighthouse service. Ills terri
tory rovers both the Atlantic nnd Pa
el lie cnus'a, and he travels' from dis
trict lo district examining conditions
mid making1 recommendations.
Ilia llrst move on reaching Honolulu
thla morning vaa a conference with
l.Icut. l.eo Siilim. U. S. N, llghlhouao
luapcitor of this district.
Interviewed bv u H ill let In re
porter at llghtliouso dfslrlct headquar
ters. 51r. Trolt was genially conununl
cnllvc. ".My first visit (o Honolulu," bo said,
"so I can't tell you milch about things
heic lifter Iwp, hours nshoic My po
plllon? Why, I suppose I'm u sort of
ollliiut receiver of kicks and com
plaints from every district lu the ser
vice. I'm Jus( getting 111 toiuh with
the huslncss of tlio nineteenth district
through Lieutenant Sahm."
"Are (hero any Important Improve
ments or new llghta planned for Ha
waii;" was asked.
"That's a uuestloii I must refer to
.Mr. Sahm," replied tho luspertor. "Ho
may make some announcements later
Whatever action the llghtliouso ser
vice may tnko toward Pearl Harbor
later on. tho Immediate work of mark
ing Iho channel for the Callforula'H
entrance Thursday Is being dono by
Iho naval engineers.
According to report liraii?lit this
city by Purser Kent or (ho Inler-lslnnd
steamer Klnau tho fnllmrlnp; su
gar Is nwnlilug shipment on Kauai:
Mak. 27,1118, K. 8. M. 200, K. P. 12.
220, V. K. 150, (1. & It. 1750 and I.. P.
The Toyj Khen Kalslm liner Clil.ii
Maru vvilh passengers and height for
t lift Plinlfif ! (it trltl UMlim an ii I In I"...
L y iiisj v'jiii nwmvi iiltliin iii
Mho lliiwallan Islands Is rcoitcd by
caiile ns having sailed fiiim Yokohama
today. This vessel should arrlvo lieio
on or about December 22.
Tho lntor-lsland sto-ifncr llclcnc
with shlpincntH of general eirgo was
an arrlvnl rrom llnvvall poits or call
, TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if k fails to cure.
E. W. GroVe'fi signature is on
rARia tff-DIUlciti CO , Si. Umii. 0 0. A.
t 4. V'
Bureau of Agriculture .and Forestry,
l-fawail Experiment Station, and
the Cojlege of Mawa'il
WEd'NEOD'AY to' SATURDAY
(I My mill livening)
MILLER 8TREET - Near Deretanla
ADMISSION, 5e ami 10c
mm ji be
a f ,1.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a linek, ring up 2307.
A, It. ItovvaC I). V. S Territory
Go and seo Jos. Roman to uavo'
your hut cleaned. 122 IlcrctnnU tit
Just lecelvcd Portuguese union
aerd f linn Madeira, (lunaalvcs & Co.,
Wo hnvo n. now lino of novolty toys
nnd favors for chlldrcna' pjirlles.
Arts and Crafts Shop.
Notice tourists: Wanted a more for
roond-tdc-fslniid trip by auto n( Tor- '
rltorlal Ouldo Service. Phone ISG2.
They'll look! like tliey wero made for
you, when )oit get them from (leo. A.
.Martin, tailor, Hethel street. $20
a tut up.
Obtain j our wine for Christmas din
ner from 11. Hackfeld & (Jo. who hnvo
v'(!ry choice vintages of their own
Mary K, Konkanii has petitioned for
Ii6r dlsclinrgo as administratrix in Iho
estate of (ho late James W. Koakanu.
Tho Inventory nnd accounts were Hied
somo tlnin ago.
A coinmlttco of young vfomen who
hnvo been choselu to Inako plans for
u Now Year's celebration will meet
at the Y. W. C. A. Homestead on Fri- '
day evening of this week.
The .Manchuria leaving Saturday Is
tho Christmas boat. A box or Christ
mas preserves Is n lovely gift. Olvo
tho order, Mrs. Kearns docs the rest.
471 llcretanln. Phone 3532.
TO JOIN FLEET
The Pulled Stales naval collier Pro
metheus, one of the llnest equipped
vessels In Ihe service as an niixlll iry.
Is (Npccted to lie sent lo the Islands
lo Join the llvo cruisers now In these
The Pronutheua la no stranger lo
Honolulu Thla vessel came down from
(lie Coast Koine time ngo and on (his
occasion towed n number of barges.
Tlio miller Is practically new and tot
u pretty penny to equip mid iiiakii
ready for service. ,
At the lime of departure of the Ko
rea from San Francisco It vvna said
tint orders wero expected nf nny llmo
from Washington directing tho collier
to priKced to Honolulu.
Popular subscription will be Iho
menus resorted lo lu an effort lo ralso
funds for the erection of u new King's
Daiighti rs' homo on Ihe Iota iccently
purchased on (ho Wal.ilao road Thla
mcdiud o.f procedure was decided upon
at a meeting of Iho Daughters ut thu
home of 5lra, W. I.. Hopper on Kiynu
iiinhii itrcet last evening. The pur
chase of tho lots, Involving the sum
or Jieon, left the society without fundi.
All effott wilt now he made to sccuro
enough money to piocced with Iho
erection of Iho building.
5frs William Wall was elected chair
man of the committee having hi charge
the annual Christmas festivities ut Iho
Klmr's D.iiikIiIci-s' Home.
Sevtn hundred nnd thirty-one ealcn
ifiira out of Ihe lfloo prepared for sale
wore n ported disposed of The ro
inuhidcr aro atll) on sale at the Ho
nolulu Photo Supply Co, .Mr. Itletow'a
curio shop nnd tho Arts and Craft
Tho Daughters voted to extend
through the press u vote of thanks to
all those who sent Tliuu'ksrilvhig offer
liiurf'jlo tho home. a' number of (ho
donations were iinaceompaiilcd by
cards, henco u personal word of np
- ' !
Iloosf Hie Florul I'ltrailc nud help
a aa i .
wklr RallmlBill aar law,
8EE THE HOLIDAY GOODS AT
DEFORE BUYING YOUR CHRIST
$30.00 to PT.'jO
YOUNG HOTEL DLDQ.
ffffpify$!i j.i, . la -fr-A ..- a
Artrt4maJjjtIA.-toJt1ftJ V. fjfj 'A flt