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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 19)1.
I mill Clmplir V. '.-(. I'.
Honolulu Cnminiiiitt rj -(Irdtr
nf Die 1 1 tuple.
Hawaiian -llilnl IliKnc
lliiuuliilii 'li.iti r lt ff
nliir ." i. in.
lliivvnliaii Ihlrel IliKnc.
All visiting number of tft
Order are crdls'ly Invited to
tttend meeting of local ladg
Meet on tli'
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
URINE ENGINEERS' 0th Auo'
anmw. ajviatios. chutm. cor,
HU. HclIINLEY LODGE. NO. 6.
X. of P.
Ilrtu svery 2nd and 4th rJaturdav
iMntiig it 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
tlill, cor. Fort and Uerctuuln Visit
ing brother cordially InvlUd t'i t
tuad. f. r. kimiut, c. a
h A. J GODSON, K. II. .
40U0LULTT LODGE. 610. II. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No 61S, D. F. O
lfcs, roeetn tn their hall, on King
Itrttt, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Hrotbers are cordially
TivlteJ to ittcni
d p n isnNnnno, e. r.
ar.o t kluhokl, sec
HAWAIIAN TRIBE HO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every Drat and third Tuosdiy
of each month In IVatcrulty Hull, I O
D. I'. building Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend
W. J ItOIIINSON, 3achcm.
II V. TODD, a ot It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
' Meet every flcst and third Friday at
7-SO oclocK, Pythian nan, corner uere
tanln mid Kort streets. Visiting broth
era cordially Invited to attend.
s. Di:cKi:it, c. c
o iikini:, k. of n & s
HONOLULU AERIC I40. F. O E.
Meets on Bccond and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'cloek, In Kan Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Emma. Visiting brothers
tre Invited to nttsnd
I' HIUCHNS, w r
VM (' M'COY. Bety
IMivnrd Htrlc, tli noted I'sjchlc nf
Kan l'ranelro who for over twent
jcirs has biui prominently Idrutlllcd
Willi IheSplrltii illts" societies of Amer
lei, Is In Honolulu nnd will demon-
strain psehl plu iinmeii i, etc Spirit
ml lutein, on nil matters iilvni Dilly
10 tn I, evenings by appointment Tel
ephono 1913 or lit rosldeme, 783 Klmm
street, (irand fcennco every Thunuluy
Kve S oVloelc 6010-tf
' A. BLOM,
( Importer Fort St
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY HATS
f MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3038
A vcr handsome display or 'trimmed
II. its at
Fort Street Upstairs in Boston Bldg.
EVENING GOWNS AND WRAPS
Cleaned by Abadle's French Process
(. AUADIi: I'roprletor)
. ,P ixING STREET PHONE 1401
Dili 3EAS DO DAMAGE TO INTER-
ISLAND st; AMIR CLAUDINE
Purser Kiblinrj Was Flooded Out of House and Home
Strong Trade Winds Continue to Prcvajl at Many Island
Ports Mexican to Sail Tomorrow Morning Chiyo Mam
For the Coast on Friday Morning Hyadcs to Leave the
Sound on Friday.
Willi several sldo isirts smashed In,
nnd showing Indications of n Initio
with n succession of lie.ix xctf. tl'o
lull r-lHlaixl Mlciincr CI nidliie, from
lllo h the i r Maul poila hIimiii
id Into Honolulu this moinliiK nfitr
lunli'K ctirmtnterod kouio of the
-oiiRliom wcithei In many n trip.
l'urK"i Clntrkx A. KlbllnB. of tin-lI-iikIIiio
ex I crlcncccl n inlRhty strcti-
nous time on tho )ii)inoaid xojuse.l
thoush he did not hae n Rrcat deal'
i Hiij of tho rough hnndllnfi that ho
was subjected to through the taklnK
n boaid of foxeral nmiislciiinx Boas.
'I lie puthoi h olllco and several ad-
inlulii)! cnhllla eio flooded by thu
ui.li or waters which swept over tho
ttlo steamer whllo steaming ncrosj
he IHwnll channel after lenlng Illlo
on lust Mondn evening.
Il the llmo that the Cliittdlnc
icnehed Kahuliil, tho r,nist of Hip
weather bad become a thing of the
p.-it though still an unpleasant man
or for ortlcois and crew
Tho damage done the csel Is de
clared as uomlii'il. The Clnudhic is
a very Rood sci boat. Deck: cargo
riMMIicil without being materially af
frctfd bj the iiMilniiche of giecn staa
. hlch conllnunlly swept over tho
Tho sleamcr brought a filr sized
list of cabin and deck passcngcrB who
luckily suffered no Injuries In the
i,lrc,uuous trip. The freight list In
i Iuiied one auto, a quantity of empty
bottles, IS crates chickens, 0 hog. 20
iiacks beans, "HI pickigcs sundries.
Ill hit roll wine, 27 sacks corn .mil
".'I! fct of hardwood lumber.
1'iirsei Klhllug icpoita having met
i ho M ilum Navigation ctrnincr l.ur
ilue nod si homier Uilhoi at Kahuliil
Thmughoiit tho trip strong winds and
'ieav) seas provallid.
Many Japanese Sail for Dal Nippon.
The departure of tho Tojo KUen
Kalsh.t liner Slilnjo Maru for Japan
port and Hongkong shortly aftir four
o clock vestorday afternoon brought
iii.ui Inptucso to the vvhnif to bid
farewell to departing friends oi tell
lives who l the number nf olio liun
tied and lltl silhd for Dii Nippon
'llio hlg liner pulled away leivlug a
htllo crowd of pismugtrH still ut tho
wharf amid their loirs and gond-b)is.
fhrso weio hustled Into a waiting
boat and before I lie Shlio .Maru had
ipuired nvv 15 In the tticam for tho
tulraiuo of llio ciianncl all weio
Kifcl) ahoanl anil evprhody hupp).
Hut row Chinese mo deputing foi
their native laud despite tho ncu
tpiiroacli of Chinese Now Your. Tim
nlllccrs In tho Klilujo Maru plan fnj
t. mnpri' tl.tt.i I, ,li ,iti Z1!,, luttiinu n,.ai
Now Year. Tlieso hnlldaH will b
flttliigl) observed hj all on hnnrd. A
ast amount of delicacies of tho sea--.on
will bo Imoipoiattd In tho iimmiiib
icrPt tho fortunate travelers In tho
Slilnjo, llio latctt wold In Japiuuso
Siberia Has Small Cargo.
That the Pacific Mail liner Hlhcih
to .ii i he brio fi rm Sail rrnnclsco on
liext iMondny morning Is well iaden
with tlirointh ftclght for Oiluutal
liorts Is homo out bv tho receipt of
.1 tiihlo hy II Ilackfcld and Compmiy
tn tho effect that tho Slbcrh linn less
than two bundled tons cargo for Ho
nolulu The dlborla will probably
bring down n largo number of Hono
lulu pascngers. The last Christum
mail Is due to arrive In this steamui
Jierra Bringing More Christmas Mail.
Old Kantn Clans is continuing to
send hlB offerings to tho Hawaiian
Islands In lurgo lelajt,, Tho Oceanlo
W. C. Peacock Co., Lid,
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 Diaries.
ttoamihlp Sierra now nearlng tho ll-
iimls and duo to urilvo here bright
.Hid eirly on Fildny liiornlnp Is bring
!t g 3i2 sacks nildltloii.il holiday mall
for tho Isl mils.
A wireless message rcclvcd from
this vessel this morning tells of 10",
cabin and 37 steerage pwengers are
en route to Honolulu. Tho Siena
was Sfin miles off the port at eight
o'clock Inst evening, with nil well on
hoard, Thcio Is n fair cargo for Ho.
noliilii amounting to 2.W. tons, nlsn
tho usual shipments of Wells Fargo
Delay of Hyades Officially Announced
As predicted In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Minio weeks ngo, tho Hjadcs, a Mat
urn Navigation freighter now under
going renovation and alteration to
the amount of nhoiit JJO.OOO nl Seat
tic, has been dclnvcd In silling from
tho Sound wrt. Castlo and Cooko
'uvo received an official announce
ment to tho effect that tho Hjudes
did not sill for Honolulu nnd island
irts on December lGlh, hut Hint it
vas possible that tho vessel would
get away for tho Hawaiian Islands
Sparks from the Wireless.
Wireless messages from two llueis
now en route to tho Islands wcro le
iclvcd last evening:
T. K. K. Chln Maru, en route to
Honolulu from the Orient 8 p. m
December 19. Arrive Thursdny, De.
comber 21, with dispatch Friday, De.
ccmber 22, at ten n. in.
O. S. H. Slcira, en routn to Hono
lulu fmm San I'rnuclsco, S p. in., De
cember Jf. Kf!J miles from Honolulu;
in." ciblii p ii kdigcrs, 37 steerage; 3"i2
sacks of mall.
Mexican Away Tomorrow Morning.
Taking out n very largo cargo,
niostlv made up of nilgai, tho Anicrl.
can-llavvnllan freighter Mexican IS on
tho berth for departure -fur Sallna
Cni7, direct c.uly tomorrow morning,
ficncral Freight Agent C. I' Morso
has supplied that vessel with 12,'iUO
tons sugar, whllo (hero Is thicc bun
dled tons cm go Including an assorted
lino of Island piuiluctH such ns pine
npplis. honey mid riindrios. Tho cir-
Mi was loaded at Kiihiitul, ICn.iirip ill
end Honolulu and will be one of the
largest fin uaulcd fioni hero In n num
ber ol months,
Intpectors Fall to Hit the Mark.
Tho aim of u number of cost mis
uispcitois other than tlios,u listed in
tho fenivlco under tho first giade, uio
ambitious for piomolloii hut failed to
lilt tho btills-t)o In tho recent ex-iin
Inatlou for II rat grade positions to fill
Six well known customs men, how
over, woro successful nnd they In
tliule Mcssis C. I'. (1. Knwnld, T. I.
Harils, Jiunes odd, i:imer linage;
llcvlus, I. J. Itohcllo mid F. I.. Abulia
Columbia Due at Port Allen Tomor.
,St amlng direct fioni Sun Frnticlsci
lo I'ott Allen, tho Aiuorican-Hiwallaii
Irelghtcr Coluinlilau Is expected will
illlve at tho Kauai mnt tomonow.
This vessol has a very lingo general
cargo for tho Islands. The Columbian
will pioceed to Kahuliil, arilvlng thoro
on Dec. 25th. Tito voseel la duo heie
en Dec. 29th mid will sail tat Sallna
Ciuz direct on Jan, 1st, taking a full
shipment of sugar,
Mostly Sugar for the Lurllne.
Sugar will make up tho greater poi
'Ion of the 7600 tons cntgo to lonvo
tho Islands on next, Saturday evening
In the Mateon Navigation steamer
TIDE5 SUN AND MOON
cl ?e'gf r"
ii m p m. u tn
Jl to tm i ii
1!J pt J1I Ml
i V. 1 1 1 1I (i )
t2T a I a .vi s to
if si t ki niv
i 30 fcttttlli
ll.ll J JIAV 10 "7
5H a T S,
S 7 1
'1 i. JL
I0ai 0.31 331 IM
II 01 ft.1l 6.2.-. 3 31
It l 0T, J.J. R 15
Uai. 0A. SWHclii
I! 30. 0.10 3 St 7 31
I II 0.17
Npw rpoon Dec. .ut 3.09 u.. in.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo Jlerrlmuts'
Wednesday, December 20.
HAN FRANCISCO Sailed December
1U, V H H. ntirfalo, Tor Honolulu
and Orient December 10, 12:30 V
Ii, S H. Wllhelmlna, for Honolulu.
rottT TDWN8KND Arrived: Decem
ber 29, schooner Crescent, from Tcarl
Harbor December 7.
POUT HAMULI: Silled. December 19,
schooner Cninano, for Illlo.
SAN PHDItO Sailed December 19, 8,
H Crown of Uallilu, for San rrnn
S S Slcfiu iloelts at (.Hon ok wharf
nirly Friday morning from Hm lYnn
ilscn, with 103 cabin and 37 stecrngo
passengers; 2110 tons cargo and 352
H S. Clilo Maru docks nt Alakea
vvbnrf about noon tomorrow (Thurs
day), with 730 tons freight from Yo
kohama, nnd sails for San Francisco
nt 10 a. in Friday.
S. S. H)adcs sails from Seattlo for
Honolulu December .'-' .
I.iiiIIiic. Shipping Manager John
Drew states that the Lurllne will also
rarry sonic 18in) bunches bananas.
quantity or pineapples and lines or
Hawnllin products. The (airline will
carry nvo hundred tons molasses in
Arizonan First Sailing from Sound,
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Arizonan leaving Scittlo on January
11th will ho tho flrst vcsucl of that
line to sail from the Sound to tho
Hawaiian Islands on tho 1912 celled
ulc. Following tho Atlzontin thcie
will be an American-Hawaiian freight
or dispatched fiom Paget Sound porta
to the Hawaiian Islands every eleven
Steamer Hall Met with Rough Trip.
Tho steamer Hall fioni Harden Isl
and ports with ,,000 sacks siigir an I
other cargo met with plcnt) of lough
weather on (ho, round tiip. Piuscr
locan rcisirts slicing trado winds mid
heavy sens. Tho vessel brtnighl ..V)
bales wool, 110 sacks rice, 115 sacks
awn, 10 sacks cocoauuta and Hi pick
iigcs sundries. A small list of pas
Wllhelmlna Sailed With Small Cargo.
-The Matsou Navigation stcimor
tVilhclmliiii sailed from San Fran
cisco for Honolulu nt, noon todnj with
2l7u tons general cm go, accoidiug to
u late cable lecdvcd nt tho olllco ol
Castlo and Cooko. This vessel should
urilvo heio on nol Tucsdav morn
Inx Thu Wllhelmlna also has 0U
tons nldlllon.il cargo for dltiihargo ut
Nitrates from Japan.
A shipment of nitrites fliuu Jap
iiiicm! poits to tho amount of lifted
hundred tons is expected to arrive ut
Mio port on or about Deccmbci .'PMh
in the Tojo Klbcu Kalslia ricightci
ilo Maui. Tills vessel Is eu toiito
to Central and South American porta
b tho way nt Honolulu and tho vps
tel will conio to the ageiicj or Cas
tle and Cooke,
A cable iccclvcd nt tho agcnc) of
Castle and Cooko announced tho his
rlhlo dcparttiro of tho Matsou freight
tt 11 tides ft nm Scuttle on Friday.
'1 lie Hjndes should arrive heie on or
about January 2nd. Thu vessel is
unilci stood to liavo a largo cargo for
dlnchargo at Island ports.
The Matsou Navigation sternum
1. in lino will bo dispatched for San
Trancisco at six o'clock on SHtiitday
Instead of Friday evening us former)
annuiincod. Tho delay la said to be
duo Jo tho very largo cargo of sugar
mid other lines of Hawaiian rrroductB,
given that vosscl for discharge ut
Pacific coast ports.
... ; . .
Per stmr, Clnudlne, fioni Hawaii
via Maul poits (5. W. It Dalley, P.
K. Tnllett. F. Dnthlo. Mis. H. A Jao
f,er, 11, Gorman, M. Ilotclho, J, Veu
tinn, A Figuclia, J. F. Mackenzie,
Miss .1. l'hiiit, J. S. Hooiloll, V. Ran
Uolpli, Miss W. Amuna, MIsS F. Yap
A. I:. Kuhclc, J. Knllno, Mis. (too
Kaea, Misses Kaca (2), n. K. Hughes,
i:. F, Delneit, Miss Fleming, Minlcl
Duncan, M. S. Seial, Louis Seahuiy,
Mi 0 10
li. Halve, Theo. Ilniimnnn, Dl. T..Hllccess,
Per Mini. W. (1. Hall, fiinu Kami
ports. J. P Cooko. D F. Vlckeis, H.
(orse, C. It. 'Morse, H. Howell, W.
Mieldou. D. (I May Paul Schmidt
mid 17 deck,
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
f,CUIIC,U4, UEb U.
Hawaii via Maui ports Clnmlliie,
Mmr., n. in.
Knitnl portB W. O. ilnll, stmr.,
Tuesday, Dec. 19.
.In pan anil China polls Bliinjo
Maru, Jap. Btuir., I p. in.
Kniinl polls Mauha Im, utiur., B
Mnul Molokal nnd l.mal kiiIh
Mlknliala. stmr., S p. m.
Hllo West Virginia, U. S. 8., p, in,
MULLET CASE IS
Cull the owners and Iiskcph of prl
vnle llsh ponds sell itmaninit or mullet
during the (lo(V senxon for this (WiV
This Is the iiiiestbm that Is illsturhlng
tho minds of those, people vvlm are In
terested In the matter at the present .
! it e
time nnd will In all prolnblllty hcnmdu,ulornrv
the subject of a test caso tomorrow
Tho nttorney-general has been kept
busy nil thp morning to bur to Mini
out what tho status nf the llsh-pond
owner or lesseo Is In the matter. Tho
last Legislature pisved mi net In which
the close season Is set down us from
Decemlxr 1 to Mnrch 1 In each year.
The net then rcids on that It shall be
unlaw fid during this tlmo for any per
son to expose or offer for silo or to
have In powscsslnii for the purpose of
exposing nr offering for snlo nny nma
nm i during this period
A proviso follow, however nnd here
It Is that nil the trouble lies. The pro
viso stales that the prohibition of tho
section against the llshlng or taking!
of nmaamn shall not be applicable to
owners or lessees nf enclosed llsh Mnds
privately owned Nothing Is said about
the selling of llsh, however.
FOR DE RUSSY
(Continued from Page 1)
proprlutloii, ciioukIi to build u vessel
half tho size of thu one leiiulred. Is
the net result to date The army needs
ii mine-planter or a tug fully us largo
ns the NnvuJo 'llie latter vessel prov
ed none too largo for the turget tow
Ing when tho Diamond Head mortar
batter held target practise last Sep
About ,00 iccrults for the various
oigiiulratloilH heie are espeeteil to ur
rivo on the next transport from the
foist, vvhlih will plobiblv bo tho Sher
idan. This is tlie number of men ask
ed for, and word has been received at
deptrtuient hemlipi irters that nil the
men available would bo sent.
Captain Marlx, V S M. f , pot
ipiarti i master nt Camp Ver, may not
Inivc Honolulu for several months His
relief, faptiilii llanKer, has been held
oji aecnuut of lllniss of the ollleer who
III turn was to relieve him
GLEE CLUB PROGRAM
WILL TEST ABILITY
The programs of the 1'nlvcrslty of
California Mandolin Club, which will
bo prisenled lit the Opera House, on
Friday nnd bulimia nlghln of this
Week mid .Molld.l ItlKhl of next week,
give opportunity for h display nf ver
satility, of tho talented )oung men of
the company. There, are musical num
birs, many of them, both vocal mid In
strumental, while there Is it laughablo,
farce Somo of the mi mbcrs of tho
company urn uuusiiillv cnod iiiuslilins
and I'oiiut mo (utcrtnhicrs(nf tho best
tpu of collegiate origin itors Tho llrst
coueirt or iiitcrtulmmnt ts to ho given
on Frlduy night, tho next on Saturday
..!..!.. 1 .!.... ..11. ,. .1 ..
",K "" "'" ,l L T "
programs on both ..ecusl,w vv hllo tho
last night's bill will bo it potpourri ot
fho best of both evenings mid ninny
Moid tliun time hundred child! ell of tt llbu will bo given at tho e.ullest tt
all iiatloniilitleH were guests of Santa It possible moment to all places tt
Claus last night at the Christmas tree heroaftei where tho da light In- ti
exercises given In tho Kuunmknplll 11 sects aie 'hituall found. 11
chapel The were tho recipients ot f ff 5' s5ss
fancy .rolls, bugles, bulls, baskets, bass MISS C00KE WINNER
of marbles, candles, cakes nnd. lastly.) nr QQIC TOURNAMENT
Ice t ream They enJoid tho perfoim- j wwi-j ijjuiiiuMmuin I
mice or Ham Knmaloplll, who acted us The nnnB of ho )f tounlament
Santa flaus. mid when the exercises wlch ,,,,, bcen , r0Bre)g U ,
camo to a close over) one went away Country Club for tho last thieo weeks
happ) mid well contented vret0 vaycii th8 ,nornnB I111(i lt.8U.
Tho excrcl-cs were arraimed by Miss t,,i n ,ctory f()r Mies Cooko, who do
Florence Yairow assisted b) Miss fat -, featcd Mrs Thomas dill 3 up nnd 3
rie A Hllmaii, Mrs, l.lllu (1. Marshall, lo play over IS holes.
.Mrs I. pec otn ami Mis, .Most h flu -
nihele The entertiilnment was a big
ix.xu.M.,.M.ii-in iiouomiu. inc..,...,. i
Jti, 1911. Levi Kapahulll.ua Kiiiimu-
alii, aged M
The ipiimliiH will be taken to Knpin.
Kauai, foi buil.it
LOCAL AND GENERAL ;
There Will be a luail at tho old gym
nasium of the Knmelinmolm Schools
this evening nt 7 o'clock. All the
former students have been Invited to
Thp Knncoho Itlco Mill company
Iiiib lllcd Its nnvvscr to the uimplnltit
t f tho Kaneoho Italic h coniiiuy. The
dcfclidnut leaves the pbilnllff to Its
proof of most of tho allegations of the
' The' commercial club of Omaha h.iu
amused 'for Filday luncheons and
thinking Hint the (lovcrnor might be
pissing tliioiiRh soon on his wa) to
"Washington has nskbil him to stop
olT and glvo thenl n talk.
O. F. Alfonso, editor and vctctaii
'icmbcr of the territorial legislature
from Hllo, said today that hn Is def
initely out of politics, niul that ho his
no Intention of lotiirnlng tu Illlo and
I'galn becoming n candidate for tho
hoitso of rcprcsentntlvps.
The United States nnval transport
Hnffnln Is reported to hnve sailed from
San FitinclsLo foi Honolulu at noon
today. Tho vessel1 Is understood will
bring down it iiliinbcr of recrllltit foi
tho vessels Included In tho Pacific
fleet, how In these waters.
(lovcrnor I icar his been imKed ti
Lttcml n mpptlm- to pi.lil.r.ilo tin. mi
n "- - .-
of tho hiindiedth jear of
peace among the English spcaklni'
inrcs or tho world. In 1911 It will
Iilvc been ino jcarB since the algn
I'lg of the troitv or Ohciit
Vim Yin, a Chinaman, was this
morning bcntcnced lo, life Imprison
ment for having committed n statut
ory erlmu oh A little girl named Alice
Aid. The Jury was only out n vcr
shhrt time The matter wis beforo
Judge Cooper In the criminal court.
The Supervisors arc awaiting fig
ures sought from the owners of piop
crtynear the corner of Hotel nnd Fort
street, before taking up tho matter of
widening Hotel street nt that Juncture.
It Is believed that n big sum will bo
'"volvetl In tho contemplated tin
provement. There Is Htllo possibility
that the amount can bo carried'
through In the appiopriatlou bill now
Local contractors, even those with
no financial Interests Involved, re
ceived with some dissatisfaction tho
news from Washington ycstcidny pub
lished In the Hullo tin to the effect
that tho murine bnrracks nnd otllcers'
quarteis nt Penrl Harbor wlll.be built
mi n modified plan, and that one com
pany has been picked out to, do tho
work although its bid Is not within
Moving tins started In tho Judicial'
building nnd this morning a stnrt
was made with tho Supremo Coult
fixtures. This court has adjourned
until January 2 when it will bo icady
for work again In tho Sprcckcls build- j
Ing. Judgo Itoblnson's com t wits ulso
packing up Its goods nnd chattel.
icady for departure and will open
court In tho old Y. M. C. A. building
nt the corner of Alakea and Hotel
Ycslpj-d'iy the Kuknlaii plintitiun
ngalii won out in the chaws that aie
being brought against It hy Hubert
Horner In connection with tho call
ing of an annual meeting Tho p ilut
taken was a technical ino depending
on tho fact that fho cnmplilnt should
have been et out In the iidiiidauius
This Is tho second tlmo that tho plain
tiff has been defeated at n cost of $22
to him each tlmo lor ourt expense!
A "pirk scheme" for Kiilakaiia nvo
nuo lias been mooted by Supoi visor
Muri.iy wllli the ipsiill tint tho mat
ter was brought beforo tho Iloaid of
SuporvisoiH ut tho regular session
held last evening It Is llio Intention
to ascertain thu number of sipiaio
tiids of surfuco on tills tlinroughfnro
from King street to Kaploliml pink
nnd Intel to nriango for it paikw.i)
along tho entire uveniin, IhetPhy do
ducting u large surface of stieet that
would olhciwl.se have to bo kept ill
icpitlr. Prisoners would bo detailed
to euro for tho hark.
The civic sanitation cimmltteoM
., w,BncH , Ret 110,flcat0 ,)f
it places hcicaftei vvheio els light tt
tt mosquitoes uie found. Cltlrous ii
tt fltidiiig da light mosquitoes mo tt
ti leqiicstcd to telephone tho InToi- tt
tt million to limitation ireadqunr- il
tt teiu, 33S5 Cliaiumin Dillingham ti!
stated this morning that atten- it
1 The winner receives the hanebome
silver trophy presented by Miss Wil
KHIJD WKKD. court olfli or III Judge
Monsanafs court, who has been III
for mmo ,,, weeK ealp, , (,0
,,0it,, Httillu this inoinlng lie will
,,,,, fl)l. u,k m.v( ,,,,,
JUDGE PRESIDING AT k
BEEF PACKERS' TRIALS
lAssoclnled Press Cable.)
CHICAGO, III. Dee. 20 Judejo Geo.
A. Carpenter of the Federal Court will
hear tho beef packers' trials, tho jury
having been completed.
KAN FltANCIHCO, fnl, Dec. M -lleets!
SS anilsls. Its C1-2d.; parity,
.",11 Pre vlous (puliation, Us 21-2d
Supervisor Hben Low had it confer
ence this morning with n number of
prominent business men on llio (ius
tlon of thu widening of Hotel stieet
As n result of It be tcpiilred tn Ills of
fice and sent out letters to the Cham
ber of Cnmmeito and tho Merth Hits'
Association calling u conference with
the vviis and menus committee of tho
ell unit county to discuss tho uppro
pllatlons, the widening of Hotel street
mid the fiilllllmtut of the party prom-
lie, mid also the supi rv Isornt piomlsu
to put tho ruud to Piiuloa In passable
Mr Low Is Inclined tu believe that
Hotel street should be widened. Hols
vcrv certain that the road to Penrl
Harbor should bo put In shnpe, be
cause' that was not old) promised by
tho puity workers cut the stump, but
thu present supervisors huvo practical
ly given their word that the mills ar
tery of rnid trallle to the new naval
station shall be put 111 shape. Hut Mr,
Low, like all othei supervisor, wants
ii full and thorough illcusslon He Is
mora than willing to reeeivu sugges
tions that will help
:t Aiithoilatlvo csllmalcs mi thu IS
tt coining Cub in siigai crop have IS
fi leached Honolulu in Iho form of tt
tt c tided advices to Alexander A. tt
tt llaldvvin fioni thtlr New Yotk tt
tt coircspoiideut. tt
tt "Hiinia," tho Cub in cstricpoii- tt
tt dchl of Willctt L fii.t, and tt
it Hiinllvf or tho Fcdoial Itopiil- tt
tt or, both have mado tsllin itei. the tt
tt fortncr'it being given in Hie foi- tt
ti lowing cablegram: 11
tt "Hy (limn. Cub in crip In estl- tt
tt IllltPd to be I.M.'.tHHI long loilH 11
tt 'Thirt reulials grliujiug. fiilns tt
11 for Now York dcllvii (list hill tt
tt of Januiry shipment, Imldej's me It
tt asking Hit. Miitkcl wo-il.." tt
tt Tho Fedeial Itoisirler's expert tt
11 estimates the Cub tn crop ut I,- tt
tt 87u,000 long tons. it
...;. . .. . 4. . ... s ; .;. :
A mm ma went pumps wltlioiit bo
lug nu the water wagon
SEE THE HOLIDAY GOODS AT
IN WOOLENS AND
$3000 to '$37.50
T A I
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