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I.tahl (liuptir No. 2, 0. I'.
AP visiting member ol tko
Order are cordially Invited to
attend moetlURn of local ledge.
tfeet on the
Snd tnd 4th
tt K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M
Mflninc r.nuintxrw nhi Ann
CREFICIAL AVIATION. cUtioni cor-
VX. McKINLEY I0DOE. NO. I,
Mmh every 2nd and 4tb Baturdaj
iteulng it 7:30 o'clock Id IC. of P.
Hall, cor. rirt and Uerctatila. Visit
lug brother cordially Invited ti at'
r. v. kilbut, o. c.
l: A. JACOheJON, K. R. .
40N0LULU LODGE. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. l, D. P. O.
Clka, meets tn their ball, on King
ItrMt, near Fort, every Friday eve
sing. Visiting Ilrothera art 'cordially
invited to uttani.
n v it isiJNur.na, h. n.
GEO T. KI.UUlll.U Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
terts wr) first und third Tuesda
of cucli iiiciutli In I'.ateriilly, Hull, I.T)
U V. building. Visiting blethers cor
.lldlly Invited to attend
W J HOUINfcON, Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. of It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
toeetH every tlrst und tlilrd Friday at
7 5 o'clock, l')tlilan Hall, cornrr Here
tunlu and I'ort streets. Visiting broth
em turillully Invited to attend.
S DKCKKJt, C. O.
O. HI.INl:. IC of It & 8
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Muts on second und fourth Wednes-
djy evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In hnn Antunlo Hall, Vineyard
street, near Emma. Visiting brothers
re United to att'nd
1 HIQIIINS, W V.
AS'.M. C. M'COY. Secy,
Kdwurtl Knrle, tin, noted Pschlc of
Sin rrnncliio, who for over twenty
Jems has lcn liroinliiently Idtntllled
With the Spiritualists' societies of Ainer
leu, Is In Iloniihilu und will demon
strut ntvthic ldicnomena. etc. Snlrlt
ml udilco 011 nil mutters given. Dally
10 to 4; evenings by appointment. Tel
ephonu "'113 'or ut rtsldence, 782 Klnail
street. Grand Seanco every Thursday
'.e, 8 o'clock. tOSO-tf
MILTON & PARSONS
Will move to Pantheon Building the
First of January
eB,i?g' . ,i lw
Just received by the last steamer,-the
very latest In EVENING and AFTER
NOON GOWN8 and EVENING
COAT8. Parlors will be open Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday nights.
Mrs. F. Zeave
6C.67.68 Young Building
NEW STAMPING PATTERNS
FORT BTREET '
CVENINC GOWNS AND WRAPS
Cleaned by Abadie's French. Process
(.'. AHADIU. I'niprlili.i)
ill KING STREET PH0NC 401
No lirimch) s
G. M. DUNCAN
2S8 Bsretanla 8t, opp. Royal Hawaiian
, , I'HONW 3t21
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H, LOVE
MM CHANGES AND PROMOTIONS
ON PACIFIC MAIL LINER SIBERIA
Several Well Known Honolulans Transferred to Other Ves
sels Wilhetmina Bucked Rough Weather For Several
Days Santa Claiis Mail Was On Time InteMsland
Steamers Depart with Big Lists of Passengers and Quan
tities of General Cargo.
Several piescnlB In the line of pro
motion vvj'io In ti ilcd out from San
Francisco heailoiiartois to well known
l'nclflc .Mall olllccrs Just baforo tbo
departure of the liner Siberia from
San Francisco, with tbo rcKiilt that 1
half dozen now faces wero noted In
the staff when that vessel called nt
Honolulu on Christmas morning.
II. O, (Good)) Morse, who Is well
known to nianj nt this jKjrt Ik 1111
longer Identified with the Siberia ho
having remained ashore and may cu
ter the service of another vessel.
lorso Is mtccieded as Fourth Olflccr
by II. Wnlllslou.
W Hague, n genial freight clerk,
vim made 111 my friends nt this ort
Ihioiigh a dlsplny of uniform courtesy.
was at twelve hours notice transferr
ed to the I'auam.i run and O. Cald
well, who Ins frequently pissed
through hero In the China is now nt
the desk In tho Height clerks ulllce In
I tut Klhcrln.
A. 13. t'ooley, storekeeper In tho SI
icila was sent over to tho China on
irrlval nt San Tiaiiclsco J C. Au
di ews now succeeds Coole) In the Si
beria which passed through here es
CJunrtermaster Curtis, was Been rV
Hplcndcut in the uniform or a llftli
ofllcer while the Siberia remained
''ere. He Is much elated over his
In each case, tho men recetvlni;
piomotlons lu tho ranks aro de3ervln?
Hid their many friends were not slow
in extending heartiest congratulation
on their good fortune.
Purser ".Mote" Hunt brought out
one of tho first of tho new l'aclllc
.Mull llll'J KiheOule lu which the nevv-
1 acquired steamship Nile llgurci.
As announced In tho llulletln
some weeks ago, the Nlio will tnko
up the trdiis-l'aclfle service, sailing
tioni Hongkong 011 the maiden vo
ago on lVlnuarj 23nl. Tho vessel
should make her Inltlil appearance
it this irt aking the lulddlo of
March. As before stated tho Nile will
enter tho Intel mediate servlco as :i
miming mate to tho China and tho
l'cisln. There is still some talk that
tho I'eisln may bo dropped at no ver
Tho Slhoila met with some rough
weather tho first row davs out from
Snn Krnnclsco, followed later by clear
r.Klcs, favorable winds mid seas.
Tho liner tumo nlongsldo Alnkcn
vharf beforo nluu o'clock Christmas
morning and several hundred tons
coal wus placed aboard nnd one hun
drcd and elglily tons rrelght dis
charged In tlmo for tho dispatch of
tho Ktenmei foi Jnp-in jnrts, Manila
and Hongkong at five o'clock that
Threo hundred and twenty sack
later mainland mall arrived. The Ho
nolulu passengers Include 70 cabin
md 0 secoinl class. Tho through list
numbered 4!) cabin, 44 second clnss
and 232 Asiatic steerage passengers.
There is a large shipment of nuar-
lornnstcr supplies for tho army to be
discharged at Manila. Tho Siberia
was well laden with somo six thou
sand Ions general cargo for Par nast
cm ports of call.
Many Tourists From Southern
The twcnt)-two cabin passengers re
ported In n morning paper ns being oil
bounl tho Matson N'nvlgntlon steam
ship Wllhelmlni developed Into n
mi Try crowd of scvint) -threo very
happy people, many Ixlug tourists
from South! rn California, who flltd
down tint gangway In fore 8 o'clock HiIh
The steamir nrrlvid with evtrjbody
lllfcbly l'hiif)eil ut tho Clirlstmas cflii-
W.C. Peacock Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel.' 1704
' Family Trade a Specially
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
bratlon which the Wllhelinlnn staff of
offUtrs. IncliidliiK Captain I'eter John-
Min, preimred for their delettntlon One
of the prcltlet decorated dining sa
loons that It Is the good fortune of the
transpacific traveler to view In many
11 do greeted the Wlllitiminn pnssen
gers ns they sat down to n sumptuous
dinner on C!n-llniuH live. This feast
was followed by n senson of sociabil
ity ami a dance
The flrkt few dnjs out from Sun
rrnnclsco tho Wllhelmlna met with
hen sens and strong winds, which
mndo outdoor life fur from cnjojable.
Purser Charles Brew had 1111 added
Incentive to don tbo smile 'that would
not come off, on the voyage, ns Mrs
Drew accompanied him 011 tho trip She
will remain hero ns the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. John Drew of this city.
Tho Wllbelinlna brought 72 cabin nnd
1 1 steerugo passengers In tho hold
lire 274B tons of cargo for discharge nt
Honolulu, which minus that the vessel
will not get nwuy for llllo before C
o'clock 1'rldny cvtnlng. Included In
this freight Is 11 large caterpillar, one
of the newer cane Held plows which
tover any kind of rough ground In a
mannir Hint suggests their name
Thirteen automobiles wero .sent ashore
this morning "
Thi Wllhelmlnn will dlschurce about
too tons of cargo at Hlld
A mainland mall amounting to 134
9110 of the Interesting, Items of Ilve-i
slock brought down wns a cage of
while rats A few crates of chickens
wero alo ret tiled
Chrlstmaa Cheee from th Ataeler.
Chrlslinas cheer by thousands of
tons weiu distributed In naval circles
us a result of the arrival or tho Unit
Oil States naval suiiiilv ktennishln flln
cler which tiinils n Inlmroii iinRifrn
down rrom San Pranclsco reaching
this port on Sunday morning.
Tons of refrigerated provisions, In
eluding tlirkevs. chickens, beef, nnrk
Itamo nnd Hems tog numerous to
mention wero snccdllv nnlo.nleil Imm
the col, storage chambers and sept
10 1110 various war vessels now hero.
Quantities of Hour and vegetables
wore transferred ns well and todii)
the Glacier la nlmost freo rroin bet
weight or mod things.
The vessel brouclit n sinnll iletsnli.
ment or marines ror Camp Very. The
vessel was tent to the Fort stree
Wharr. this belne: tbn mnnt rnnvont
ent location for tho snreily handling
of tho bulk of Riiiinllea for Iho flnt.
The vessel may remain hero for somo
nays uerore returning to San Flan'
Freighter Algoa Will Not Call Here
The big llrtllsh Yrelchtnr Almvn
under charter by tho Pacific Mall
Company nnd now en routo from Sau
rrnnclsco o Japan iiorts with pno of
Ibo largest shipments of co(ton that
baa over crossed tho l'nclflc wll not
call at Honolulu according to the
siatcments or officers In t(ie Siberia
vhlch pissed through Honolulu on
Chi latinos Day, ,. , ,
The Pacific Mnll nnnenrn tn l.nvn
captured the coUon shlpmonts to tho
Orient this season Judging from the
immense consignment of this com
modity that lire being forwarded to
the spinning mills of .In nan Tim ai.
(ton has been a tnoro or less frequent
finiiur 10 mis iiort wnon some. caro
ago suo was on n reirnlur schednln
noross llin Pacific. Tho Algoa Is re
iwted to huvo Milled from San Fran
cisco 011 Saturday, Dee. 10ti.
Navajo Dticharglng Structural Steel.
Tho Atneilcan steupior Navajo It
discharging u inigo quantity or struc-
HONOLULU, T. H TUE8DAY, DEC,
Temperatures C a. in , 71 ; 8 a. tn ,
?4j 10 a m,'7e; noon, 78; morning
llaronietor, 8 a. rrl , 29 99; absolute
humldltv. 8 n. m . C 437 cralns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m,
1 per cent; uew ponu, s b in, s.
Wind C n. in , velocity 4, direction
N. K ; 8 n. m , velocity 3, direction N
K ; 10 a. in , velocity 7, direction 8.
W.; noQti, velocity 4, direction S V.
itnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8
a. in , .0 Inch,
Total .wind movement during 24
hunrs ended nt noon, !'.! tulles.
tuml Iron anil slcel for Pearl Harbor
construction work at the railway
wharves today, ThU vessel was
thoroughly fumigated before being nl
lowed to enter tbo Jiarbor, The Na
vi.Jo comes from, Ualboa, Islhmus or
Panama. The rrelght now being left
here and to he transhipped to Peait
Harbor nnval station Includes 17,92il
pieces or structural steel, also mate-
ilal in 1503 bundles, 422 boxes, 21
kegs and 104 crates. The Navajo is
being bandied through the agency of
0. Ilrcwer and Company and the ves
vel Is expected will sail ror San Fran
clsco on or about January 3rd,
New Bollsrs for Maun Loa,
Two large boilers Intended for tho
Inter-Island steamer Maunn Loa wero
received this morning as a part of
'he cargo to nrrtve in tho Matson
Navigation stenmshlp Wllhelmlni
The Manna Loa Is soon to be laid up
for repairs and alterations which will
require several months time to com
llete. Tho vossol will when going
Into commission nguln servo as an ex
tra boat and be In readiness to take
up any regular or special run ns
freight or passenger traffic iloniands.
Mlkahala Loading fod Maul Ports.
A large slilpincut of lumber ami
fertilizer' Is going Into tho Inter-Isl
and steamer Mlkahala today proppra
lory to that vtssel sailing for Maul,
Molokul and l.nnal iiorts at live
o'clock this afternoon. Tho freight
Included 30 head cattle, 120 pigs, 70
chickens, 18 turko)s, 91 sacks cliai
coal nnd 204 ixicknges sundries.
Noeau In From Kauai.
The steamer Noeau met with line
wcatlied on llio homeward trip from
windward Kauai ports. The vessel
letumed with soveral passengers and
cargo Including cerup Iron, chickens,
turkejs, 20 Sacks cocoanuts, 1C0 sacks
rice paddy anil C7 packages sundries
Kllauea Plantation Begins Grinding
""feetiidn. 4V? -
Cano grlnillnirlias begin nt Kll.su
ea' plantation mill according to re
ports from officers In the Inter-Islam!
steamer Noeau which Is an arrival
from Kauai iiorts Hiinda) morning.
Helene Brought Cattle.
Strong vvlnda and heavy neas mado
ihlngs Interesting for a iHck load of
7C head cattlo which arrived hero
early Sunday morning in the steamer
Helene. A shipment of sundries ar
rived lu that vessel.
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town nut o( tho overgrown and rotmh
land south or tho ilrjdock, and every'
thing was in apple pie order ror tho
rev(ew. The two 3-Inch guns or tho
camp's saluting battery accorded Ad
miral Thomas his regulation saluto
o( 13 guns, arid Mho entire battalion
was turned out ror Inspection.
'This Inspection or the Pearl Har
lor work Is in accordance with or
ders I received rrom. the Navy DO'
partmont beforo coining to Honolulu,'
said Admiral Thomas. "I shnll sub'
mlt qulto pn extended reimrt on the
progress or the work. Or course tho
best wu or Inspecting the chanuol
Itscir wns to take a ship in there, and
that ou know we did successful!)
whon the California went in nnd out.
caitnln Harlow spent several davs at
Penrl Harbor last week, when tho
California was at HIio, nnd collected
much information which will be em
bodied my report."
Admiral Soulhcrlund was specially
interested In this morning's lusiee
Hon. Ho had much tn do wllh se
ecllng the Pearl Harbor I enervation
elte and lu formulating tho plans for
us iiuproyemqnu ,
III!, -rr-r ij I)
(Continued from Page 1)
At about 8 o'clock In the evening As-
Hlxtuut Motorcycle Ofllcer Abreu saw
J i) the distance a machine that looked
like the police wagon He followed It
until it cuiiiv to a stop on King street
In I'alaiim Abreu looked Into the urn.
chine, nnd, behold, Dure wns All Ne,
Ah Nee was escorttd back to the
police station, where a charge of gross
rheat was entered against him This
morning ho appeared in pol(co court
nnd wits 'given thirty dujs lu Jail, the
stnteiice to tnko effect at tho expira
tion of the sentence be Is now serving
"air BHiiem II sr fear.
1WII MAIL qPENS QUESTION
0 fWK, PL'S HABII3
That 33 per cent of I be Pacific Mall
steamers mve left llonqlulii hours
behind tlmo was tho statement made
on tho const when tho Chrlstmus mnll
destined ror the Siberia missed tlio
liner by n fow minutes. Postmaster
Prntt has made his. report to tho San
Francisco division or the railway
mall service, an required by depart
ment regulations, and the Sun Frun
clsco Call says or It;
According to a report received yeS'
tcrday by Alexander 11. Stephens, sit
perlntcndent or tho local division of
the railway mall service, the failure
of the pacific Mall steamer Siberia tn
bring the mall from Honolulu when
It sailed from Honolulu December 1
was due partly to the swamping of
the Honolulu postodlce by tho mall
from the newly arrived Pacific fleet
and partly to the failure or the 31-
FOR KIV KlliHI
They must be expert In clams hs
will us Mcdltcrrnnenn fruit files In
California, Judging by tho amount of
secrecy otllchils coming from there, nre
surroundtil with. This morning 11. A.
Weliiluiid of the California Slate horti
cultural department arrived on the
stunner WlllulnihM to find out v.hht
Itn rmilil iilttmt flu. Medltt rrnnenn frillt
lly, und also. It was understood, to co-
opt ruie wiiu me iocui onieuiiH nnnuiiiiK
the fight against that pest here. It
wns tluiimbt that when be came all the
mystery of the cable jinnnunclng that
funds were available would be clcured
up, but It Is till us dark ns cvi r. I
We Inland tltber does nol know nny-l
thing or he does nut wish to tuy unj -
thing for publication Win n '.ei n this
morning bo seiuud ("CtreiieMv nllxlojH
to gtt nwuy from the repi'ters, nnd
stated tint be did not know nnthlng
ubout what wns being lulu nt iIih
other tnd or what be Is going to do
here This Is nlong the Mini- line
taken by IJ K. Curies when he eniiu'.
down here to, make the tlrst ln.st!,;a
tjon ror the C'allfornli aiitliorltUH.,!'
went so fur as to retuse to see un" of
the rt porters
The fruit lly situation Is 'till up tn
tlieVolr, the only difference Ix-lnc, that
Wclnlatul Is litre, nllhough for what
Hpeclllc purpose no one known As to
what inoniy will be nvulhibhi und
when. Hie dipartmcui of agriculture
nnd forestry will bnve lo wait until a
lellir ioiiich from the Const, for ul
though tho news that J 10,00(1 hud been
appropriated was cot by tin AksoiI
a ted Press, nolhlnt; Van be done lure
until tbo oltlclul iiuiioiiiicunient s
The dean or tho Stodc Exchange Is
rttlrlng. Cuslunnn Carter was, elect
ed to luembeiHlilp on the Kxchuuge ut
n special meeting held tills morning,
and although soini) dajs ago Harry
Arinltiige said that he. did not Intend
to rotre, jt. Is said pn good; authority
that Carter has purchased his scat
and that Armltago Is quitting tho IJx
change permanently. He Intends to
make an extended trip to Now Zea
The jirlco nt which the at changed
hands la not generally known. The
Inst seat sold went ut 110,000, and
Mr. Armltago was once offered lld.OOO
for his. lteport places tho figure be
tween these, two sums.
Bark Rithet From 8an Francisco.
A fourtet n-ihij passage )s credited
tn t'nptpln Nllson, master of the
American mark It P. Itltlit). nn arrival
at the port The vessel brought down
a shipment of merchandise mid case
ojl (imounting to 2500 tons, Ten thou
sand cuhch of petroleum nnd a largo
number of granite blocks vero Included
In the freight. The latter pro being
used In thu construction of the dry
dpeks ut Pearl IlHrbor nnd lu sopio
Instanrm weigh In tho neighborhood of
llye tons ciiih, ''J hue passengers nr
rlvid In tho bark, whli h proqeedtd to
the railroad wharf to discharge. Cap
tain Nloiii Is accompanied by Ills
-wife pn this trip
The Floral Pnrailu helps llonola
lu's Imsliiess. Ito rim want In iiHnt
WE NLAND COMES
The Ridfjehoiise Wine and Distilling
QubtCrltldon Illtt In Im ninnA.a,l StOCiC CnmninU in nnui mnatssi anrl x.tll
--("--- -- .wv ,f ll UIVHV.VM
remain so until January 31 or until the
LOCAL OFFICE, HAWAIIAN HOTEL '
Information given by JACOB COERPCR, promot.r.
bcil.Vs captain to wait two minutes
ror the nrrlval nt the dock or the auto
trucks carrying the lingo mnll.
Under tho law tho I'sclUc Mall
Steamship company Is not liable Tor
ttbe delay, ns, the mail arrived two
minutes niter scueuuiea Railing nine,
nlthough tho reiord shows that 33, per
cent or the l'aclllc (Mali Bteamers sail
ing from Honolulu with mall during
Iho lust row months have been hours
I behind the scheduled time of sailing,
i Deputy Attorney General IJ. White
Sutton Is waiting for the decision
banded down by Judge Coojicr In the
circuit court Wednesday Inst In con
nectlou wllli tho (leorge I.ucas test
The Kukalntl plantation case cornea
up for hearing beforo Judge Cooper
in the Circuit Court this afternoon at
vessels 'to and
' from the Islands
' " ( h l(
(Special Cable to SferchaaU'
Tuesday, Dee. 28.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Dec. 21: S. S.
Korea, lit nee Dec. 12 ,
HILO Arrived, Dec. 2.1, 11 n. in : 9,
8. Kntei prise, from Son Francisco
POUT . TOWNSKND Arrived, Dec
25: Schr. Hubert Searlcs, hence
GUAY'8 HAIIDOH Arrived, Dec,
2S: Schr. M. Turner, rrom Knhii-
Hit, Dec. 8.
POUT TOWNSIJND Arrived, Dec. 23:
S. S. Wlllcsden, hence Dec. 15.
Per stmr. Noeau, rioin Knual port.i
Miss Munroo. y. W. Ilunls, 1)
Ulth and 17 deck.
ARE PERFECT HOSTS
Tho enlisted men1 of tiie California
were hosts nt a verj nuccessful diu'cf
given on the roor garden or tho You nc
lolel lust nlghf. Two oi chest ras
plaved ilurliiK the eveuiui: und Hie
swing or waltzes and 'two Mops was
beard from 8:30 until' I'.', when "Homo,
3wcet Homo" brought the festivities
to nn cud,
Tho grand inaieh was lead bj Mr.
und Mrs William A. Zeller. Mr. Zellei
being iino of Iho leading llghla of Iho
flagship when ll comes to organizing
and dlreetliii; social affairs,
A unique and pleasing feature of
he da nee cud wns thai each unlabel
was dedicated to a sentiment. A
toast lu musical rjthin ns It were,.
Fallowing wero tho duncp dedica
tions, given In the order named,' To
our Hug; to our president; tt our ad
miral; to our conimaiiillui; o nicer; ti
our executive ollicer; to our chief eu
rlpccr; to our Junior olUcois; to oin
warrant uHlceis; to our guests; tooiu
dear ones at home; tn our wives and
sweethearts; to Iho ladles of Hono
lulu; to our absent friends; to flip
Pacific fleet; to tho "Paiadiso or the
Puclflc;" to Iho army and navy; tn
out baseball (earn; to opr mco boat
crew; to the niimory or. this night;
to "homo, sweet homo."
One additional caso of smallpox was
found upon a visit or the medlcil offi
cers connected wlfli the Federal govr
ernment, at the quarantine camp of
Poitugiicse Immigrants at Maullola
Island this punning. The case was In
nn incipient stage, but tho victim, a
'voman was Immediately Isolated by'
t'olng placed In the smalliiox ward at
the quarantine hospital.
Thero nre deaths to icport, slnco
those recorded pn last Saturday.
Several wagon loads of girts sup
plied by the charitably Inclined or Ho
nolulu wore sent to the detainee)
eighteen hundred Spanish ami Potr
tuguese people at tho Islands. It in
iciiortcd that the Immigrants ha I as
! feasant a Chrlstmns as cliciiiiistun
res would permit, (lames, dances nml
olher forms'of nmusement ruled dutf
nig uie itsiai nay.
Dr. Juiiioh and his enielcnt corps ov
nursos nml ntlendants did all that lay
In their power to make tho sti anger
Blank books of all aorta, ledger'
l,c, nianurr'nrft. bv the H u 1 1 e 1 1 h
VdUhjns; Covipaar. .
.- vw.a, v w VHfll H1l YV III
stock is fully subscribed.
T lUHsEouit!! AiHtm.ii
Per M. N. S. 8. Wllhclmlna, rrom
San Frnnclsci Miss Lucille Alder, I..
llarkhauscn, Mis. J, G. niiileman, P.
. Illack, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred h.
Ulack, Mr, nnd Mrs. J. W. Cruthers,
H. Carloton, I.. A. Dickey, Mrs C.
Drew, Cnrl Dledrlch. Mrs. P, Biting
nnd son, Misa II. M. IClllngsworth,
Mr. Carrie Flsdier, V. A. Fralley, W.
U. Forglo, A. V. Orlswold, .1. A. Glbli,
Miss M. lllskey, Dr. and Mrs. A. Ir
win, two children and maid, Stanley
Kennedy, Mrs. S. A. Kidder, J. I.lnn,
Miss II, Lyle, Mis, II. C. J.yle, Mis.
!,. Miller, Mrs. S. Merrill, J. W.' Mar
shall, Geo. A. McDermotl, Kola Nels,
Julius Plnclus, It. P. Qunrlcs, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Hoy, J. A. lUggln. .1. A.
Hath, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V. ltobcrts mid
children, Mis. G. Eclimltt, Mr. and
Airs. Siodcr, F. Thomas, Miss U. Tol
tn je, F. M. Tuxel, Mrs. Lucy P. Ten
ey and son, Misses Tyler, Do Heanlo
nnd Grant. Jlrs. W. 1). Vinton and
children, Messrs. Wilson, Harris and
Dennis, D. L. Wittiln&tou, Mr. and
Mrs. Hen Wise, Mr. and Mrs. It. A.
Wcmland, .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood,
Tred W. Wlchman, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. U.
Wnlsh, Mrs. Henry Wptherbee, Dr.
rnd Mrs. .1. I). Wothorbce, N. S.
Per P. M. S. 8. Siberia, rrom Sin
Francisco For Honolulu: A. W. dr
ier, Mrs. A. W. Carter, Miss Juliet to
Carter, IJ. W. Doming, O. l Dennlson,
IJ, A. Douthltt, C. Udgar, .Mrs, C. Di
nar, 8 Udgar, Miss IJ. Udgar, Dr. It.
A. Fcnton, Mrs. K, A. Fenlon, Mis,
W. IJ. Foster, II. G. arnnvlle, MrB. 11.
n. arnnvlllo, A. M, Henry, Dr. A. (I,
Hodglns, Mis. M. It. Ilobclts, Mrs V.
G HniWIns. M. Howard, Mrs. M. How- t
Tid, Daniel Jones, Miss II, Jones, Mrs. p.
A. II. Lackland, Mrs. P. C. Lipscomb
nnd Infant, G. A. Marshall, F. N.
Alnssa, Mrs. I N. Massa, Mis. D. Mc
Phorson, ,C. A. McWaync, H. K. Mill
or, Miss Mnrjorlo Miller, T. Minder
J. C. Montgomery, Mrs. J. C. Mont
gomery, 11. A. Hcnlh, Mrs. Jeanetto
M. Moore, Mrs. C. F. Monday, C. C.
Palnicrston, A. IJ. Kestiilck, A. no
land, Mrs A. Roland, J. Schwartz, J.
1.. Btack and vulot, Jr, C. I. W. Wat
son, Mis. J, I). Winston, Mlrs Carolina
Winston, O. A. Veddcr, Mrs. G. A
Vcddei, O. M. Vinton, W Wolleis,
CI. 11. Young, Mrs. G. II. Young, Mrs.
II. A. Heath nnd Infant.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Maul
ports G. S. HaMiiolid, W. It Castle.
U. Paxton, J. D. Dole, W. O Smith,
.1. P. Cooke, J. M. Povvley, . C. Wal
dron, d. U. Uuriis, Miss M. Clirk, Mra
Illrd, N. Noda, A Mai row, II A.
Ifaldwln, C. C. Conrad, D. McCorrls
ton. Per Am bk It P Itlthet, from Ssn
Itanclsco Mrs Sweet, J. Purnell and
Mrs lte nobis
Per P. M. B. 8. Siberia foi .lnn.sn
ports, Manila nml Hongkong C. Hond,
Airs IJ. Carnahau, Col. W. Going.
Mrs. W. Going, Mrs. U A. llalne.i,
John I.egg, Mm John Legg, M, V
Unwell, Mrs. M. V. Unwell, MIsb
Flora U Piukhnni, CJ. P. Stewart, Mrs.
C. P. Stewart.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for HIio, via v
waj iwrts, Dec. 29 J. P. Cooke and
party, MIsh ItadcIIIT, Mrs. U Cooko,
Mr. White, Mrs. A. P. Watron and
child, A. B. Btoveu, J. c. Crane, P. P.
Jones anil, ttvq daughters, II. I. Luer,
Mjss B. 1) Mejer. Miss C. Mejer und
servant, Jlrs. F. Mojer Miss Under
Per Himr. Mauna Loa, ror Kauai
ports, n,ep. 20 Itev. C. T. Hong, Itev.
J. W. Wadiiian Mrs. S. Miller, J. y,
Neal, Miss P, Ilerry, Helen von Anis
Sierra Sailing With Small Cargo.
Tho Oceanic steamship sleria will
call from Honolulu ut ten o'clock on
Wednesday morning, taking n very
light cargo of Hawaiian products. Tho
vessel will carry about three hundred
long sugar, threo thousand bunchr,
bananas, shipments of coffeo, hldoH. '
honey and rleo, Tho vessel Is duo lo
depait for the Coast with nbnui nrit
cabin passengers according to pies-
According to lato advices reeelted
nt the agency of Caste and Cooke,
me Mnison Navigation steamer Mono
litlan with passengers and cm go from
Seattle Is due to leave the Sound
port 'for Honolulu direct tomorrow.
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CAULUQIVE. UKHiriNR 1
IN WOOLENB AND
TWEEDS FOR .
$3000 to $37.60
T A I L O R I N Q
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