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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 1911.
1 1 '
l.inht Plmplcr No. i! - II. i:.
llnliT of 1 In- Temple.
lliiMiilhtn 'I lilnl Hcgric.
In not nlii t'luplrr Heg
uliir --." p. in.
llniiull.ui 'lliiid lit grit1.
All Tliltlni members of tin
Order are, cordially Invited to
atttod Meetings of local ledge
Meet on tie
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. H.
KAR1NE ENGINEERS' 0th Alio
KEFICULA?Snp.IATI01 elation, cor.
W. XcKINLEY I0DQX, MO. 8,
K. of V.
tiftt Try 2nd and 4 th Baturdaj
Mining it 7::!0 o'clock In K. of P.
rill, cur. Port and llerctabla. Visit
log brothers cunlla'.ly Invltod ti t
i4Dd. F. F. KI1.UET. C. C.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. R. i.
tOHOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. .
Honolulu Lodge- No. 61, D. P. 0.
Elks, meet In their hall, on King
street, near Fort, overy Friday ave
slog. Visiting tlrothari are cordially
Dvlted to attend.
D. P. It. ISEXBERCl, E. R.
GKO. T. KLUEOCL. See.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Tuesday
or ench month In Fraternity Hall, 1. O.
O. V. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to ottend.
V. J. ItOniNSON. Sachem.
Ii V. TODD. C. of R.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday nt
T'SO o'clock, I'ythlnn Hall, corner Here
tsnll and Fort Btrccts. Visiting broth
hi cordially Invited to. attend.
S. DlICKKlt. C. C.
O. hkind. 1C ot R. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE I40. F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In Hun Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near lhnma. Visiting brothers
re I in I led to attend.
1 HIUllINS. W. P.
W.M. C Sl'OOV, Secy.
IMwurd i:.irlo, tbo noted Psychic of
Sun IYjiii'Isco, wIiii for over twenty
yenis hiWbcen iiromliientl)' Identllled
with the Spiritualists' soel ties of Amer
ica, Is In llnnnliilii upd will demon
strate psychic phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual uiKIci, mi nil matters given. Dally
10 to 1, evenings by appointment. Tel.
epliono S913 or ut residence, 782 Klniiii
street. Grand Seuneo evi ry Thursday
Eve.. S o'clock. COJO-tf
Importer Fort St
DEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3088
A er handsome display of Tilinmeil
Fort Street Upttairs in Boston Bldg,
EVENING GOWNS AND WRAPS
Cleaned by Abadlo's French Process
V '(J ARAim:, Proprietor)
777 KING STREET PHONE HOI
itinSjlSi, je , . .JlLijfci '.a., i
City Transfer Co.
SANTA liLAUS CAME TO I
IN THE STEAMER SHINYO
Said to Have Brought Record Mail Fair List of Passen
gers Kilauea Returned After Stormy Trip to Kona and
Kau Miller Schooner Luka Back From the South Seas.
Santa Clnua nrrhed In Honolulu
sumo dun boforo tho tcstlve day, as
it passenger In the Tnjo KIkcii Knl
aha liner Shlnu Marti. The uhl fel
low hail inuiu effects and belongings
than, any other passenger In that ho
was custodian of seven bundled and
ilft-flo Kucka of mall which In
cludes gilts which nte destined to
('.lid their way Into many n home lu
Captain Harry Smith reported hav
ing met with t'niiBlilerulilo bad weath
er on the oynge down from Sail
FrutuHsco. The Shlnyu .Main, how
eor, Is Bald to be a steady ship nl
sea. Despite the Inclement weather
I lie usual pleasing program of deck
spoils ami other roims of amusement
vere enjojed by a fair list of cabin
Sl cabin passengers left the Jupj
i.nose liner nt this port,
l'urser Cavarly reports a laigo
through list of passengers Including
f.2 cabin, 112 second class and .114
ABlatlc steerage passengeis who are
destined fur Japan and China iKirts.
Olio death occurred on the trip down
fioui San Francisco, a Chinese steer
age passenger having died of tuber
culosis, I he remains embalmed for
Interment In China.
Tho mall brought by the S!iluo
Mani this morning Is believed to bo
I he largest over received In n single
shipment for these Islands. The let
ter pouches were given a quick ills
1 atch nnd were transferred nt nuir-
.mtlne from Bhlp to the postal launch.
The amino is to sail for tho Orient
at four o'clock this afternoon unii lo
loin the vessel ut this port are 4
cabin, 2 second class nnd 150 Asiatic
The list of passengers Includes n
number of Catholic fathers who aro
en route to stations throughout the
A number of delegates, members of
tho Inlei national lllhlc Students As
sociation, a commltteo for invcstlgnr
lion or roicigu mission is traveling
to the i:ast in tho steamship.
lleni) Weather at Komi 1'ortx.
Strong trades uud high seas pre
vented the cargo Intended for Fiinn
lini fiom being unloaded from tho In-ler-Island
steamer Kllnueu nnd this
fielght was leturned to Honolulu. Tho
new Hteiiiner met with n mighty stren
uous passage on tho maiden trip to
Kona nnd Kau ports, Henry Sheldon,
purser In Unit essel, says that tho
weuther was tho worst over, and that
much dlllleully was experienced In
making many of the bindings. The
Kilauea occasioned kuiuu comment In
turning into the harbor this morning
with h decided list to starboard. The
oil In the fuel tuuks is said to be re
sponsible for the lop-sided appearance
made by the hlilp in the water. Some
minor damage to machinery caused u
delay of some hours lu arrival.
.Muting I'lelurei on Cruiser Colorado.
There was u large gathering of sail
ors and u parly of friends from the
Seiuuen'H Institute at the moving pic
ture show on llio U. S. S, Colorado
last evening, b'umu line Ilium were
shown on the screen and the lantern
was operated by Coxhwulu Rees. Kov
oral Island pictures were shown by
IM Towso, which worn appreciated by
those present. The Colorado usis (he
IMlson machine uud it Is the best of
the lleet. A lantern lectin e will be
glwu tonight by the Rev. W. I). Won
lerelt on (lie IJ. S. S. .Maryland,
These lectuies are both Instructive
hlliini',1 ii Santa Clans lliiul.
Tho freight list of the Inter-Island
steamer Kilauea, which itriivcd from
Komi and Kau ports this morning,
proved to be tho largest handled by
the Inter-Inland olllcers lu many a
month. Tho cargo Included about ev-
inrylhlug in the lino of food products
Imagliiahlo, Them was u deck load
of cuttle, which were put ashore at
thu cuttle wharf. Ijirgo consignments
of coffee, sugur, fruits and crates
piled high nnd (ontalnlng luikeys,
chickens and pigs, milled to the muss
of curt'O that hud to be takon care of.
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer '
Call and get one of our new 1912 Pocket Dlarlet.
Ccriiuiii ('inlets Attract Attention,
The company of German cadets who
arrived here soino days ago In the
Herman training ship llerrogln Ce
elite, attract much favorable atten
tion In their visits about the city. Tho
young men are In r.ll a lino body of
sailors. Fef are mer twenty-one
years of nge, while nono are jounger
than sixteen years. The cadets lire
divided Into three classes on the Her
?ogln Cocllle, with about six mem
bers of a fourth class retained on
board for duty us petty olllcers. These
last uro men who hnve shown special
tiptnens In their work, nnd do the
year's cililse required of nil cudets
by the flerni.in law before they are
permitted lo take the examination for
mate on 'he tiiilnlug ship Itself. Their
less fortunate fellows serve their thno
on one of tho ships of the company's
Heavy Weather Off Kauai.
The Intcr-Islnnd steamer W. O
Hall met with heavy weather on tho
leeward side of Kauai nccordlng to
leport brought to this city by I'jirscr
James Logan of the steamer V. (1
Hall. The vessel returned Sunday
with ii.'im sacks sugar. Much rain
was also met with nt ports of call.
Big Windjammer Comet to Load.
Tho big American ship ICrsklne M.
1'helps is coming to load sugar at Isl
mil ports and sailed fiom Seattle for
Honolulu Sunduy according to u
IhIo cable received here.
Irmgard at Hawaii Port.
The barkcntlno Irmgard with a
general cargo of merchnudlso Is re
ported to have arrived nt Mahukoiia
Sunday according to n cubla receiv
ed at the local branch of IIil Mer
chants' exchange. Tho essel wiw
twenty.flvo ilna In making the pass
age down from tho coast.
Two Windjammers Arrive.
Tho schooner Alice Cooke, seven
teen days from Tnconia with lumber
for Lewers and Cooke Is mi arrival at
tho port. The bark S. C. Allen also
fiom tho Sound with lumber was nn
arrival nt Honolulu on Sunday.
Siberia Sailed for Honolulu.
II. HiickfuTd nnd Cntnuaiiy have
been ndvlsed that tho I'aclflo M-ill
liner Siberia with pusseugeru, mills
and some generul ciirgo for Honolulu
sailed from Ran Franclsro at hnlt p.ii'l
ono o'clock this nflcriiiiuu, Tlio vet
rel should nrrlvo hero on or about
Cable Supply Schooner at Midway.
Tho little schooner Flnureuce Ward
vlth Christmas supplies ami good
chter for the small colony of opor
ntors stationed nt Midway island ca
ble, station, reached that lonely sand
islet at uikiii today. The Flaiirence
Waul sailed fiom Honolulu on Dee,
In spite of tho utteranccH of nn aft
ernoon paper yesterday that Judi;,
Cooper had lultd thut the banana reg
ulations pasHed by the Hoard of Health
were null and void, such Is not the
en. si', Muted tho litturmy-Kencral'H de
"The whole, trouble," stilted Deputy
Attoruey-Ceueriil Sutton this lunmlng,
"lit that Judge Cooper thought Hie gov
ernment was bringing suit under ono
section of law, whereas we wtro bring
ing It under unother.
"The section"" under which wo uro
bringing slut Is clear cut nnd definite
and will come up for argument tomor
row". Theio has been no ruling throw
ing our ease out of court."
C. L-ltAU(lHOVK, associated with
tho publlcatluii of u morning novvs
papor at Tnklo, Japan, accoiupniilcd
by Mrs, Hargrove, are through pas
sengers In tho Tnyo Klsen Kiilslin
liner Shlnyo Mnru, to leuvo that ves
sel ot Yokohama.
AWilu V. i
TIDESSUN AND MOON
1 1. IK O.IU
id i c.x-!in..i;
I, II 0.371
New moon Dec, 20 ut 5i09 n. in.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Tuesday, Dec. 19.
3AN FKANCISCO Sailed, Dec. ID,
1:30 p. m.: S. S. Siberia, for Hono
lulu. .MIDWAY ISLAND Arrived, Dec. 19.
noon; Schr Flaureiico Ward, hence
S. S. Chlyo Mam, will dock ut Ala-
,tea wharf from Yokohama, Friday.
(Continued from Page 1)
Portland. Ore., JI8I.2S9. The Sound
Construction and IhiKlneirlng Company
of Seattle, Wash., submitted a bid ot
$130,843 for the barracks building, but
no other work.
As divided the bids for the hnrrncks
building were: Conennnon Company,
$161,000; .Lord-Young." $141,000; Kler,
$122,392; Spalding. JllCCif,; Sound
Construction nnd Knglneerlng Com
Amateurs and Vaudeville
Many Novel Amateur Features, including latest
hits on Coast, arranged by Director Hughes.
Funny;. Laughable, Side-splitting
"The Gay Mrs. Dollar''
tr s ' t . r-
Musical Comedy by
HUGHES COMEDY COMPANY
This Double Bill will be a
For two Junior olllcers' tiuiirtcrs
Couciitmoii, $61,000; t.ord-Voiing, .'C,
000; Kler, $43,4i! Spalding, I6,.1U.
For the jiommniidlng olllcer's quar
ters Conciinnon, $22,k00; I.ord-young,
(20,000; Kler, IK,,0S7; Spnldlng, t!S,-
It then became necessary for Colon 1'
McCnwley to do some tall figuring to
get tlic hullillngx nnd keep within the
pppropriiiiiou, wnicn iiinneii me uar
'racks building to 1123,000 nnd the oil!
rers quarters to 4,00. It developed,
that Spalding made tho lowest bid for
the imrracks, H6,C7r., ami Kler too
.lowest bid for the olllcers' quarters,
I w.,... ., . .. .. it, I . -
'.. ' ' '- "'":
tnu coiurnci to Kler tor mo omeers
quarters, but not the b.inncks build-
IHK, I'VVilUHU IIIU 0IIII111I1K I'm wiin IUVV-
ir. This was rendered Impossible bu
rause Mr, Kler refused to take any
thing unless It wus nil given him.
The department then determined to
nwiird the contract to Spalding, who
submitted the lowckt bid for the bar
racks. The Spalding hid on tho Junior
olllcers' quarters was $46,346, and for.
the commanding ofllccr's quarters $18,.'
268. or n total of 164.614. more thnn
$20,000 In excess of the appropriation.
11 wns decided by the department
Hint Instead of throwing out nil bid
It would either modify the plans of tho
buildings to reduce the expense, or re
model old buildings III order that
Spalding may hulld the barracks and
hImi do the work on the olllcers qunr
tirs. It wns determined to safeguard
him agiilnst loss nnd still keep within
The attitude of the department wad
to IW the total for nil the Improve
ment nt $160.CS that Is. Spalding's
Mil of $116,6"r for the barracks and
the limit of cost, $44,000 for tho olll
cers' quartern. The shaving down will
be to meet that requirement nnd leave
Spnldlng n profit on his contract.
Charleii Sorenson bus been giunteJ
n dlorre from Ilosle Sorenson for de-t-crlln
and Kllzabeth Conies was ulso
given her ilecreo from John fl'mips.
Tw() ,)romncnt tcrrltorlnl officials
... K,,rv,iL' without appointment now.
Tho terms of Mnrslon Campbell, sup-
crintenilent of public works, and Au-
dllnr Fisher havo expired, as well ns
ill II.BH lliiliui luiik ..iiiiuin.
utl ndvornor Frenr Is reappoint
. .. M,..,Rm.. tnMg mc t ,
,m,.,.rtalii what the future will hold
lor ihese olllcluls.
They nro ns fol'
.1. II. Fisher, auditor, term expires
Nov. 25. Jfitl.
Marslon Campbell, supt. pnhlir
works, term expires Nov, 1, 1911,
V.. N. Holmes, pilson lusp. Ith Judi
rlnl circuit, term expires June 7, 1 1 1 1
A. 11. Lindsay, prlsjn limp., teini
expires. Juno 7, 11111
It. A. Lyman, prison Insp., term ex
1'tros, JllliO I l'JII
HI BLUE OR .
WASIIINOTON, I. C. Dec.
9, Hmiitor Thornton of Louisi
ana today handed to the Presl-,
dint rtnlutlnn by commercial
organization!! of New Orleans
fiiMirlug the Appointment of Dr.
J. It, White of the marine ho.s
pllnl service. The light for sur
geon general Is raid to havo
narrowed down to a choice be
tween Dr. llupert Illue and I)r
.;. .; .1, ,: .:. .: .: . .:. .t. ,,
l.lciitcnnnl Commander S. I. M. Ma
jor,, fleet engineer oh Admiral Tho
,ims' staff, who was Injured In nn au
tomobile, accident n week ago, is still
ill the Queen's Huspltnl, nnd Is re
liorlcd In lie doing as well ns can bo
Tlio oDlccr wns pinned under n ma
chine which skidded nnd turned tur
tle on a lcturn trip fiom Hnlelwn
nnc night. He had a narrow escape
from death, nnd It was nt first fear
ed tli nt paralysis might result from
the Injury to his legs. The following
morning he wns reported tint or all
danger, but Ills recovery has been
(lower than exacted, owing to Ilia
itenernl shock to the ncrunis syslem,
All danger of permanent Injury la
happily passed, however.
t pTtSSKMlKIIM AlllilVKI)
l'cr T. K. K. S. 3. Slilnyo Muni,
li m San Francisco For Honolulu:
Mrs. K. A. llioiidley, J. (1. Cumstlc,
Miss W. I). Marten, Chns. I-:. Iluud,
C. P. Stewart, Mrs. C. P. Stew.irt.
Per slinr. Kilauea, from Kona and
Kuii ports L. A. Do I.aiius, (1. Camp
bell, Mrs. Carcadeli, A. I). Carca.lcn,
llss Clark, Mrs. Nlcoll, Mis. .1. A.
Magoon, K. Mugoon, (Ico. II, Hubert
Mm, Mrs. Nnpua, Mrs. Leslie, Fred
Wright, A. Ilonebcrg, W. W. llruner,
Miss Drake, F. II. Dodgo, .1. M. Pre
law, It. Tnnokii. J, (1. Henrlques, T.
Alii, Miss Alu, S.- II. ruguyniiKi, O.
M. Hvvezey, J. Do Pontes, Miss Hall,
I, Lynch, lien Uruiis, Hilly Unwind,
.1, M. Sourn, Jus, Coke, L, Tobrluor,
C. It. Wllllnrd, It. Thompum, C. A.
McDonald, K. C. Drown, It. Hnlr, H,
M. Young. M. O. Paschoal, T. Osjkl
K. Sugl and 0.", deck,
Per T K. K, S. S. Shlnyo Morn, Tor
Japan trts and Hongkong Messrs.
O.iggctt uud Page.
Per stmr. Mikahalii, for Maui, Mo
lokal and I.auiil pints, Dec. 19. A.
Joao, M. Knott,
Per slinr. Mnunn tia, for Kauai
imMs, Dee. 1!). L. Douse, J. Douse,
N. Hastle, W. Miller, S. Hoblnson, F.
(lay,, .Miss Cr.indall, Mlsi 15. (lay, D.
Kanlica, Mrs. Kaahea, S. Dcverlll,
Miss' Schcmmclfcnlng, A. S. Wilcox,
.Mrs. Wilcox, Tan Wo. Miss Neeward.
Island Trader May Call Here.
It In conslduriM mole thiiu likely
that tho now trading schooner Manna
which wns but recently launched nt
San Francisco for use In thu South
Sens will call ut Honolulu en routed,
to Samoa, Tho trim llltfo craft took
to tho wutor, practically ready for sen .
as she alicudy has an auxiliary guso-'
line engine of slxty-flve-horso-power"
installed nnd Is completely fitted
throughout, oven to having the sails
lent on her two fore mid nriers. Tho
pew luut In eighty feet long, twenty
llireo feet beam with n dopth of nine
feet She will ho taken to Ihe Soulh
"aclflc by Captain Stcffany, a veter
an trader of tho lioplcs, and u ctew ot
five who came hero for the purpe,
II Is said that some of Ihe chiefs of
Ihe Islunils utter which tho craft Is
named aro Interested In tho cssel.
9ark Rlthet Bringing Passengers.
Tho Matsou bark It. V. Itlthot, Cap
laln 11. (), Nllsou, siiiare, nway from
Pan Fianclsco for Honolulu laden
with n full cnigo of general mcrcli'hii
illso nnd cair.vlng thieo pissongeis.
Tho wluiljiimmer travelers were Mrs.
. F. Sweet nnd Miss F. HeynohU of
Los Angeles anil Charles P. Pnirell
or Oakl.mil, Captain Nllson will en
joy the company or Ills bride, whom
he man led when last at Honolulu.
8CE THE HOLIDAY GOODS AT
DEFOHE BUYING YOUR CHRIST
MAS GIFTS '
W- -,.. .LZIITf,
IN WOOLENS AND
$30.00 to $37.50
Alexander Young Bldg.