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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1911.
l.rnhl llmplcr ,ii. 2-
Order (if Hie Temple.
Hawaiian Tlilnl Degree.
Honolulu I'lmplcr llcg
nlnr i i. in.
lluvuillnii i lilrd Degree.
All vlUlux mtiobtrs of tM
Ordtr are cordially Invited to
attend meetings o( local lodges
Uttt on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINtEH? 0te, Am'
ttEFICIM. AJVWTIOI. elation, cor.
XcSmiEY LODGE. NO.
Mttit jtj 2nd and 4tb Saturday
toning st 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Port anil Beretanla. VUlt
liiir brothers cordially Invited ti at
tend. P. P. K1LHBY, C. a
K. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. B.
SOMOLULH LOBBE. 616, B. P. 0. X.
Honelulu Lodge No. 116, D. F. 0,
Clke, nieeU In their hall, on Ring
etr,t, near Port, every Friday eve
olnf. Vliltlng Brothers are cordially
nltd to attend.
d. p. it. isKNunna, e. r.
OHO. T. KLUEQRU Sec
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every nrst nnd third Tuesday
of euch month In Fraternity Hall. I. O.
O. P. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
V. J. ROBINSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD. C. of R.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Friday at
T'3d o'clock, Pythlun Hull, corner Bere
tanla and Port streets. Visttng broth-
ern cordially Invited to attend.
S. DECKER, C. C.
O. HEINE, 1C of R. & B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets, on second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, near Emma. Visiting brother
are Invited to attend.
i maaiNS, w. p.
WM. C. M'COY. Heoy.
' SPIRITUALISTS, ATTENTIONI
Edward E.ire, the noted Psychic of
San Francisco, who for over twenty
years hns been iiroinlneiitly Idnntllled
with thn Spiritualists' soch'tkH of Anicr
Iru, Is In Honolulu and will demon
strain ijihlc iiliennnu'iia, etc. Spirit
ual mhl mi nil limtlcra given. Dully
10 to 4; evenings by appointment. Tel
(phono 3913 or ut resblenc, 7M Klnim
street. Orniid Seunca every Thursday
Kve.. 8 o'clock. 6090-tf
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Oppoilto Young Hotel Phons 3038
City Transfer Co
OCEANIC COMPANY WILL HAVE
FORTNIGHTLY HONOLULU SERVICE
Three Vessels Will Go Into Commission With the Advent of
Spring So It Is Believed Chiyo Maru Carried Valuable
Cargo to the Mainland Lurline Off for San Francisco
Tomorrow Evening Kilauca Sailed For Kona and Kail
Ports at Noon.
All Oceanic liner between Itonnlulu
nnd S.in rrr.nclsco ecry two weeks
Is the prediction that Is now made,
fiillowliiK on thu dcllnite unnoiincL
incnt thut Kimes from the Kan Fran
clsco livnilqiiartera uf llio Occnnlc
KlealilBhlp Compiiliy, which wiih noted
Kiiuo weeks iiKo In the ciiliimiiB of the
Thu Sonoma and Veiitiirn were tak
en fioiu drjilock not Iuhk before the
ileiiattiiio of thu Sierra for Honolulu.
Thei vessels uro now ut the Union
Iron works, where a swarm of work
men are hurrying tiloiiK the general
renovation nnd ultcnitlnns.
The Sierra may go Into drjilock for
nil nei hauling following the placing
uf the Sonoma In commission, Dur
ing that time tho Sonoma will cover
the Sun Pranclsco-llonolulii run.
The Sierra was an curly arrival nt
the port this morning, having brought
down u cargo amounting to nearly
three thousand tons merchandise; In
cluding eighteen automobiles and u
linn blooded stallion.
Ono hundred nnd live cabin nnd
llility-elght steerage passengers were
landed ut tho wharf beforo S o'clock
Captain llouillutte, Purser Tom
Smith, Dr. Chirk and tho genial staff
of olllcers were pleaBod at the pros
pect of spuudlng Christmas day
ashore, and especially under such de
lightful conditions as exist at Hono
lulu. Savo tho Installation of a new bar
ber there has been no rhnngo among
The Sierra bumped Into some very
mean weather right after skipping
paRt tho Knrrallones. A day later the
elements inodllled ami the passengers
began to sit up and enjoy life.
Tho presence of the University of
California Olee nnd Mandolin club on
board made things pretty lively. This
urbanisation Included Bovcnteen of tho
most willing entertainers. They rend
ered ii mimlHir of Interesting nnd cn
Jtiynblu programs on the oyuge down
from thu coast.
Tho Sierra brought a largo addi
tional Christmas mull.
Plantation Laborers and Picture
Theio wnH n fluttering or Nipponese
femininity ns the big liner Clilyo Mnru
tamo alongside Hie AlnKea wharf, on
arrival from Oriental ports, ono linn
dred and eight .Inpanen', nimtly wo
men, urn to Join husbands heie. bu
furu they will bo narmlltrd to leao
the premises over wlucli the I'ciierJl
.mmlRrutloii nutnoritips preHiuo.
Twimty-four Flllnlnos for tho Ha
waiian Planters1 Association weio in
cluded In the number of Asiatic pa
FKiigorR for Honolulu.
The Chlvo Maru was dlinalched for
Kan I'ninclsco at leu o'clock this
morning after having discharged 7."n
Ions Oriental cargo at this port. Tho
Miner is carrying it valuable, through
Iremht tininiiutiii'; way up Into tho
.K,.i ..,..... . .j ,,
nillllo.i mniK and Inclinllng Tin luileo
of ravv silk.
The Real Thing in Christmas Cheer
Established since 1883. We know the tastes of a discriminating public.
USHERS' 0. V. G. SCOTCH WHISKEY
BOORDS DRY GIN
OLD BUSH MILLS IRISH WHISKEY
- CANADIAN CLUB WHISKEY
OLD CROW WHISKEY
OLD HERMITAGE WHISKEY
AINSLIE'S SCOTCH MALT WHISKEY
Tho vesol donartcd for tho coast
with fiO cabin, fit) fccoiuI class and
101 steerngo paBsengeis. under guard
nro 2 JapatieBo stowawnys. unrisi
inns nt sea on tho Clilyo Mnru will
he a Jolly nlTalr nccoidlng to tho pre
dictions of her oincers on leaving this
Five Stowaways In the Sierra.
An Inspection of tho good Bhlp Si
erra the second day out hi ought to
light the uninvited piesenco of live
stowaways.- These men were iiueni Hi
ed In the coal bunkers and other Iso
lated ixirtlons of tho ship. They wero
pet to work nnd wero turned loso on
arrival lijjrc this moinlng.
In this connection It has been fre
quently recommended thut In view of
Ihe extreme) popularity of tho Sierra
as n means of coneynnco for tho
Blownway gentry, that they bo treat
ed to a six day dlut on bread and
water, lly this means It Is bollovei!
that this particular class ot travel in
tho Oceanic liner might bo discour
Sparks frof the Wireless.
Two steamers en route to nnd from
Iho Islands were heard from thiougli
wireless last night:
M. N. S. S. Enterprise, cu route
from San Francisco to Hllo, 8 p. in.,
December 21400 miles from Hllo;
expect to nrrlve about 10 a. in. Sat
urday. December 23.
U. S. Supply Ship (Under, en roulo
from Snn Finuclsco to 'Honolulu, 3
p. m., December 21 Arrive Honolulu
Per O. S. S. Slerru, from San Fran
tlhco, Dec. 22. II. Adams, IS, lllslioi,
Mis. Iilshop, C. no1le,4Il. A. llowdeii,
J. O. Uroomall, V. S. Ilrown, O. Drugo
Mrs. W. W. llruner, S. Ilrynn, Mrs.
D. B. Cnln, F. W. Cane. Kenneth Ca
loy, Wni. Chalmers, Mrs. Chalmers,
V. C. Chnmbers,.Mrs. M. Christ, Mrs
It. It. Clark, Miss Anna Couch, Mrs.
It. 11. Curlls, Miss I-ouIho Dny, Saml.
Day, C. W, Dickey, K. R. Dlckovcr.
August Drelor, Mrs. Drclcr, A. W.
Karnes, Jr., 11. T. de Silver, Mrs. W.
O. Finnkllii, Lieut. U 11. Frcdcnliall,
.lulltis Oehb. D. Orlfun, C. T. Hall,
MrH. Hull. Miss II. M. Hayes. Mrs.
W. S. Hayes, It. Hcdomtinii, F. Hon
Mtnw, .1. Hill, Mrs. Hill. It. .1. Hill, Jr..
It. T. Hoagluiid) Mis. Hoaglnud, CI,
il. Isenborg, Mrs, Isenberg. S. Jolly!
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, D. II. King. S.
Komojn, Mrs. F. O, Kinuss and 3
Hiltdien, Mrs. It. II. Leach, II. M.
IrfiouilH, MrH. Ioinl8, V. R. Ijiwrey,
.1. I.udccke, Miss M. I. I-yons, Irving
McDanlels; W. W. Muckay, 1
chant. W. O. Mnrshall. Mis. M
Meek. Master 1.. Meek. O.'W. MIIII
ken, J. Muiisarrat, K, Montcagle, Mrs.
M. F. Mossman, W. Mulch. J. 11. My
ers, Mrn. Myers, H. Nachtrleli, O. Na-
kninttra, II. C. Nelson, U. S. Nichols,
Miss J. M. Pierce, O. Pirle.'l
Pullhu... J. p-nlllam. Mrs. K. 0. Pol-
!,,,,- r, 11 l,......t,.l ,1
' " " ""- . ....... ........ w.
R. Richmond, Mre. Richmond, Miss A.
We want Family
WE WANT NEW CUSTOMERS THE OLD
W. C. PEACOCK
TIDES SUN AND MOON
ITS yn Si a 5 8
," 3d -L 3 H B I
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IK J.I'' 10 101 7.41 IDA) 031 Ml lit
ID .119 M 131 Ml 11.01 0.31 6 5.-. R.S1
si a.v ;.i ,tii k.ioii.s, e.u 5.:i (.is
Ji 4K i.i 3. vi nioisai, fl.ti siewm
u 4 . 1 1 4 a is ll so am 6 t.ii
1 3 ID iittlO.IS I.I.V0 30 tti MO
' BOO. 1.0 .03.MOMM.II B.1; !H? 910
Now moon Her. 20 nt 5:09 n. in.
Temperatures G n in., fiOj 8 n. in.,
70: 10 n. in., 73; noon, 71; morning
' Ilniometer, 8 a. in., 110.02; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. in., U.HK grnltis pur
cubic foot; t chill vu humidity, 8 u. in.,
77 per cent; dow point, 8 u. in., 02.
Wind C u. in., velocity 3, direction
N.; 8 n. in., velocity 1, direction N. E.;
10 a. in., velocity 7, direction w.;
hodn, velocity' 4, direction S.
Itnlnfnll during 24 hours ended n.
in., .US Inch.
Total wind mocment during n
hours ended ut noon, 03 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Table to McrclinutV
Friday, Dec. 22.
SAN KUANOISCfJ-Arrhed. 1 p. in..
Dec. 22: S. S, .Mnlichuila, liclicq
I'ORT AI.I.KN- Arrived, Dec. '21: S.
S. Columbian, Trotn Sun Francisco.
PKATTI.K Sailed, Dec. 22: S. S. My
otics, for Honolulu.
nichnimid, Miss A. F. Richmond, R.
Shitrtlcrf. O. II. Stntford, Ufa, Staf
ford. B. S. Smith, W. II. Taylor, R.
J Taylor, Mrs, Taylor, Ouy Thomas,
Frank Thompson, Jr., Daniel Twee
die, Mrs. J. A. Vcrrct and child, I).
IVartcnslelicn, Mrs. J. M. Weinberg
und child, C. 11 Wilson, Miss AU
Per T. K. K. S. S. Clilyo Mnru, from
Yokohama and Orient .portB, Dec. 21.
For Honolulu: S. Otiernoy, K. A.
Knudseii, Lord Talbot do Malahlde,
Jndy Talbot do Mal.il.ldo and maid,
J). Sumltla and wife, K. Tannbe", A
Wuterhousc, F. T. P. Wnterhonse. For
San Francisco: M. Adams, Spencer
C. Asl.liii and wife. Mrs. C. F. Aim
stead, W. A. Dlossom, Miss Florence
Urlll, Miss E. M. Chambeilaln, Miss
C. C. Currlo, ft Klbogen, Mrs. P. Eina
zuinl, 11. Frcbl, J. H. Qrcciio, Rev. W.
C. Hooker wife, and two children, P.
II. Henry and wife, Miss Ethel Henry
.." : '.. v.,..:."....".... :.-
iicv. j. w. inn. i. ihiiikiiwu, ir. ......... ..... --...-
D. Jeffreys, wife, two children and "d nt their heads.
amah, T. A. Johnson nnd wire, P. fl.l Chairman 1-ow or the ways and
Kell, II. Lachlnn, Col. C. II. Ijiuchel-
mer, Lt. C. 1'. Meyor, K. Morlshlln,'I'0"cu commmeo we.u um spuKesmen
.iita i. Moii tin,., t m,n Mru t lo. represent tho board and In the de-
. ..... ...V. .. , , WU, ... ...
J. O'Hnrn, Mis. Pennefnthor, O. D.
Plfzlplos and wire. P. W. Relzel D?
Rafael Itues-'n ndco Inn A Streo
lin aei iiuesa, it.igo .mo. a. Htico
:in.i vvne, mrs. rc. a. sajer nnu ciiim,
Airs. l. is. Tim, m. Tnitaoita, Mrs. .m.v" " " '"" -"""n ... -i ., ....-
T. T inrnin b en. ! K. VIseo. (V Wv-
brands, Mrs. II. Yamiuln, C. E. Youtig.i'110 meeting of nlllcd business Inter-
. t esls and Iho Bitporvlsors korved an
rASSKXtJKltH HOOK!:!) extremely good purpose In that It as-
4 .slstod In clearing up many points
Per slmr. Klnait, for Maul, via waylVOr whlcli misuii.lcrstnudlng hn.I
,oits, Dec. 22.-W. O, S.ullli. Mr. Pax-' noretofme oxlsled, It nlso served to
ton. C. Ordvvay, O. 11. Schraeder. A.' indicate to the board that they wo.o
Wilkinson, E, Weight. M. II. Walk. r.llhJwt to much ccnsu.e concerning
and wife. Master Alonn. Illrnn. Kn-L,teB , whlch ,hpy were not to
waloko, A. Wilkinson. Henry Conpor.1 l,aie.
iiisa ij.ii.ien, j. noper. w. uuneni.
Mrs. lVrly I). 11. Munlock, Albert
I111". V. Wlsford, Miss Couch, W.
llala, Miss lt. Hocking. Miss M. llock-
(len. W. CUT, W. R. Cuslle. S.
Ktiichl, P. Kiilchl, M. S. l.ovell, II.
Wllfnid, J. D. Dole.
A. 11. Arlelgh & Co. luivo u large.
stock of olllco supplies of every dos-
n ft""" .. ' nl,0,,t onr "'.
piles for tho new year,
-ULLFTIN D PV-
(Cantlnutd from Pag 1)
That 'when the supervisors spent r.
dollar nf tho iicoplo's money they
Bhould seo Hint they received nt loast
fifteen cents return for services per
formed. That at Iho way matters wero now
going, It was doubtful If the board
ras getting twelvo and a half centn
In valtto received.
That It was far better to lay one
block of permanent pavement than
nine blocks of shoddy street Kinfac-J
That delays wero expensive. I
That It was thi. irnnernl fecllmr nil"
l.ver town that taxpayers1 money win nrsl attention, lie went on to sug
not being Jndlclouslv expended by tho, K''sl lermnneiit paving for King,
supervisors. Queen, Nilitanu, Rorctiinla nnd por-
...,' , , .... I lions of Nunnnit streets. He believed
That Ihe.c was loo much politics , contracts,..!,
and! a painful lack of efficiency l the " , , 1)erIllnncIlcy wn3
.lanageinent of tho road departine.it ndvocnlcd In lieu of the wasteful mo-
That too little heed Is being taken mods used In Ihe rovalr of King
to (ho needs of tho lesldent of tho dreet. The oil and sand method wns
outside districts. tieclnicd n failure. Thcro Vns u ciy-
Thut a reduction In nomo salaries lug necessity for skillful supervision
might, afford more money for roads,' In street construction and tnnlntc-
That tho iiollco depaitment was In-' nance. It was the general opinion
udequate to cope with the present that laborers and cantonors In tho
lniild growth of the cllv t r""1 'enartinont had uocr dono an
ltiptd growth of the city. honest day's work. Strict economy
That In time It was hoped that ihu'.ror ,, rvmla , , , , work
iiiiiiuNiK iiiupuriy owner woiim "o,
compelled to pay for tho Improve
ment of the streets.
That flic department hordes nre go-
Ills Ininu and that Ihe dnv Is dawn-.
lug when Honolulu will have a flio
Sill, whirl. Iho ,li.i.artnieiil will l. .-
;ible to cope.
"No Politic," Said Murra.
Huperrlsnr Murray rushed to the de-
fense of the board, at the conclusion
of Mr. KMiop's strictures. He denied
that ihe imam was playing pontics, Coventor had said he would under
bill sidestepped thu (illusion to fae- take the widening of Hotel Btrert
tl.iunl llghtH on the hoard. He went on near tho Mott-Smitli building. The
to show that to properly nmcndnii.lzo ticasitrcr gavo boiuo Interesting (lg
streets ns outlined by Mr. Spalding "res show rclatlvo values of pio
would cost nearly 7ri,000, nnd for per-' 1'crtlos dowiitowit, Instancing lite ro-
nnnne.it iinve.ne.it the cost would bo
three time, that amount. "We want,. ' "''""r, '' " '
the support of the community." Insist-
cd Murray. "There Is no politics, and
the delay In laying pavement on many
dnwutoun streets Is due to the failure tlatlons could be put under way on
of the Public Works Department to lay Hint basis. Oilier estates abutting
water nnd sewer pipes." Murray ml- would bo bcnelUed and could bo as
..,u,.i ..,. ..., tr.nnn n m, mtctit sessed for betterment expenses. Thin
be ,nvcd In clerk hire.
. . ., ui
flood mads was u theme overwhlc.i
two Bcoro or Ilonol.ilit business men
waxed eloquent and nt times nccrinio-
jilous In their comment.
Supervisors McCIcIlnn. Murray,
Kritgor. Arnold, Amana and Low sat
back In the'r chairs nnd now nnd
then showed Indications that Ihev
felt the sting of some of tho sharp
VI..,,.. inri.ii ,.rint.. it,t w iimuel,.
menus committee and .Murray of the
tense or iniit Do.ty.
Por tl.tce solid hours matters or the
most vliai imnoiiniico lo llie cuy weio
"... . "" it.--
or mo gaii.or.ug drew in n c.oso. iii.u
Spaldlnn Advised Contracts On
E. I. Hpnldlng, prcslilenl or
Chamber of Commerce opened
discussion by outlining thn Ideas and
rerominendntlous of the organization
vhlcli he acted ns spokesman. He
-Intn...,l If. lmtn m, nv,. tn ..il.t.l ir
i,0ii..e,i ii.nt olviv ,.nt. oni un 'ni,to
, . nlll.rnrni.nn bin fnr flvmi
ihargos and sulailes was loo great
ioitni.ua ui.ll i.ui.i,ivu ..ill i.n. (.iiju.
and recommended that It be reJtlc-
in., noon i.iaus were paramount ami
ONES STAY WITH US.
. i K
Make your Christmas Pie of
It makes the most delicious Pics.
Then there nre HEINZ HWKET nnd SOUR PICKI.KS, RF.N
1SHP.H, APP1.W nUTTKn.l'REHnilVES, nnd nil the Fnmous "I17."
BE SURE TO A8K YOLR GROCER FOR THE HEINZ GOODS
HE HA9' THEM
""" thorotlghftlics should recelvo
m iiinnoiiy, wasuilyo recninnicilded.
Hotel Widening a Necetslty.
"Hole! street widening must bo
.lone, and without delay,"' Insisted Mr.
Spalding. If Ihe Wnteitown ro.Kl can
"Jf" ',0 1,"llt I'I""U cilppllug tho
'"' l'1 ma.i.iei.anco ill wen am
good. He closed by stating that all
Hint had been said was In tho Inter
ests of public welfare.
In this connect Ion Robert Shingle,
...... treasurer, tol.l of ..over.il ...ml
fcrenccs wllli Coventor rrcar. The
lv"1 "u,u "' '" '""er H urug Slum
nriKMna, triWinn ....... ..1.I
,, ,hn't , ,,,,,. r,)r' w;1(,s n.
tc street Kwn of Fort could be got
now for $32,000. mid ho believed neea-
if.""1'.' r,'ce. ' " '" the rlly to
' n iimi xzu,u . At present the ns-
...', ' ,"?.'.,,,, . "f.. "...
,vns 3.r0 ,,or fa,Iire foot.'0 tho
Damon property. $10 per square foot
while a block below, on the fliinst
property it -was $20 a foot.
Supervisors! Get Busy.
"Oct busy nnd see to It that when
J'ou spend n dollar of the people's
"loney that joii get ut least fifteen
rell,B m service for it,' declared
, Faxon lllshop. He told the nssem-
,)lc( BuliervB()1.g Uiat tlH 01,u
lov wcrc ,ardly getting twelvo nnd
,af rcntn l value. "Thcro Is an.
enuicss ninouut oi work in too cu
to bo done. If you hope for ro-elcc-
,.. .... ..,,, , , I ,
! )' . ' nwhu a recoiu
'J'01 J'0.1', "') ' '""' ' ''' lrWf- '
---." " '"" ,',v .
ldc who elected you, and Jhe Torrl
t,a govcriiuionl. Oo abend with
0 unipj street In.pinvcn.
Hotel street Itnpiovcnient and!
MHbnQa thn l.ntli.riiint.lu II, .,.-1
,,, nssoRa t ho ltotl..rmtiiu n.,n.
lulu roads nre In worse condition thnn
my time In tho pist twonly-llvo years.
'.tuny or the roads that you are now
building are llko paste lioald and will
"ot wpar' Refer uno block or por-
"'a"nt I""!0 ,!m" l. ''"l" "'
n J , '" 1 , ," oar l men I on
To", son.e.hlng for ,m,V n,oi," y "
Puuloa Road Has Many Friendi.
All I,. I.. McCnndlesK, Wullaee It. Far
'rlngton nnd sev.ral others present
f..i..i.ki iiiki-u me opi-iii.ig in n piiono
highway to l'uiiloa. It was pointed out
that at present t rattle to Hie great
naval station wns oyer u plantation!
road which could be closed nt . my tlme.l
li.fir,ill..nu ,.',i.tt,1 .. .tft .. I.,,...,..,-
i...- m.,i ..v.. Un..,...,i,i i.t. tr i..i
to... iu..i.. !.,. r,.i.i.itv.,.n-,.i.,L- .lis.
trlct, n place vvlu-ru Uncle San, Is ex-
...., t, in,.. nm-iu unci.' r.11111 It u -
pending many millions of dollars. Hint-
ureus oi people uro uauy passing 10
MUMM'S EXTRA DRY
RED TOP M0N0P0LE CHAMPAGNE I v.
MONT ROUGE CALIFORNIA WINES ' '"
MARIE BRIZARD & ROGERS' LIQUEURS '
and friiiu the station nii.1 nre put to u
largo expellee because of no suitable,
ro.id. Mr McCniulless ndvocated u
higher .i...llty of asphalt olbfor county
' II. Dickey added n word In behalf
of the police department, which he be
lieved was unable to cpc with tho
rapid Increase III population nnd grow Hi
of the city.
Low Showed Where Money Goet.
Supervisor Low took a hand In tho
discussion nnd rend oft some figures
that roused more than ono business
man present to sit up nnd take notice.
Tho several uni.unl nmouiits necess.iry
lo operate the departments were inven.
He claimed that salaries llxed by law
amounted to $10!i,7C0. Thut Honolulu
roads required tl01,C:iS, while those for
the outside districts called for J1C2.I3S.
In fact, 21 per cent, of nil revenues)
went for the maintenance of roads.
Thunton on Fire Fighting.
Honolulu Is In n bad wt.y ns far us
lire-lighting facilities nre concerned,
nccordlug to statements made last nlitl.t
by Fire Chief Thurston. He denied thu
Insinuation of Low that the lire de
partment had received ever thing that
lt required. He told of worn-out horses
nnd .... Insi.lllcleney of apparatus.
COX IS PROSECUTING
HIS OWN POLICEMAN
Deputy Sheriff Oscar P. Cox of Wnl
nl.in Is today prosecuting one or Ills
own policemen on a charge of assault
mid battery. It seemed that Knelen.a
kule, n policeman under Mini, while on
leave of nliseiice of two weeks, ..ml
when apparently under the Inlluencenf
liquor, deliberately entered the house
of Mrs. Ah Tnl, mother-in-law of a
special otllcer of Chief McDUfllu's staff,
(iml bent her cruelly.
The worst feature of the assault wns
that Mrs.-Ah Tnl was carrying n yo'ung
buby In her urms nt the time. This
had no effect on Kaeleniakuln. who, ac
cording to c'ox, beat the woman un
reasonably. When i;ox heard of tho trouble ho
placed Knelemnkule under nrrest, nnd
today he Is being tried for the olTensu
of ussnult nnd battery.
Shippers Take Notice.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company has Issued a notlco to ship
pers advising that no fi eight ror any
rf Ihe Island steamers will bn receiv
ed at Iho wharves on Monday, Christ
inas Day. Slilpiiers nte requested lo
forward .ill freight Intent..,! fm- 1..,.
steamer M.iuna Kea to tho wharf tii-
........ , .. . .. . ...
uiuiiuw uiiu ut. cargo snou.11 ue ueiiv
ercd not Inlor than four o'clock. This
docs not apply to perishable goods
which must ho delivered nt tho wharf
on Tuesday evening.
New Year's Day Is destined In ho n
busy ono ut the port of Honolulu.
According to tho present calculations
of tho shipping ngenls, flvo big steam
ers will bo nt tho port us urrlvals on
that day. Tho Matson steamer l!
ildes fr.mii Seattle, the Wllhelinina
from Sun Francisco, the Ameiicnn-
Hawaiian steamer Coliinihlan and
Alaskan and tho Pacific Mnll slean.n-
XMna nro nil due here.
Win. A!cKliileyUdge No. 8, K. of P.,
VV'ltl hold tl.Olr Cl.rlstlllUH tree celn-
Illation this ovoiilng. All Knights of
I!1"."1"3 r requested to tittenll with
f Xho Floral Parade advertises Ho.
uolulu. It pajs to ndiertlfie.
PHONE NO. 1704.