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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE8DAY,
DEC. 27, 1911. iirn, .
Masonic , Temple
i.iiiiii ciiiiiiitr . -', . i:.
S.- 1 ittll.if Ion.
l Tlnltlng members ol tr
Order are cordially lnrltfd to
attend mcetlnge of local lodsM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 F. K
MARINE ENBINEEHS otheV w
tHfcHGIM. A5Vr-.ATIUS. elation, cor
KH. McKINLEY LODGE. MO. 8,
K. ot r.
Mete ?ry 2nd and 4th flaturda
tuning t 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot l.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilcretatila. Villi-
lug brother cordially Invited ti at'
F. F. KILIlliT, C. 0.
B. A. JACOIISON, K. R. .
0K0LUin LOOGJL. 616. B. P. 0. X.
Honsluiu Lode No. G1S, R. P. O
m, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every I'llday eve-
aliiK. VIMtlng Rrothor are cordially
milled to aljeui.
D. '. K. ISKNUUItO, ft. R.
QKO. T. Kl.UUar.L., Sec,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. ft. M.
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Meets nvry first .mil third Tuesday
of each montli In Fraternity Hall, 1. O.
O. I', building. VlMltlnB brothers cor
dl.illy Invited to attend. ,
W. J. HoniNSON, Snchcm.
11 V. TODD, C. of n.
OAtlU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every firnt nnd tlilrd Friday nt
7-30 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Here
tunln nnd Tort streets. Visiting broth
ers cnrillully Invited to uttend.
S. l)ICCKt:il, C. C.
O. lIi:iNK. IC Of R. A S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E,
Meets nn second and fourth Wednes
day vvcnlng ot each month nt 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, nenr Kmm.i. Vlsltlns brothers
ure Invited to iitttnd.
I'. 1IIGG1N8, W. P.
WJI. C. M'COY, Secy,
IMw-urd Unrip, tlio noted Psychic of
S.m rnnrlvco, who for over twenty
jt'KiH has been prominently Idcntlllcd
w Itli thn Kplrlluallvts' societies of Amcr-
li'ii. Is In Honolulu nnd Kill demon
strain psychic phenomena, etc. Spirit
ti.il nilvKii mi nil mutters given. Dally
lu lii I; evenings by appointment. Tcl
fptiono S3i:i or nt residence, 782 Klnnii
rtrect. (Iriind Siunco every Thursday
rive.. 8 o'clock. 5090-tf
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Will move to P.nnlhcon Building tlio
First of January
E LATEST IDEAS IN
fort Street Upstairs, in Boston Block
0. M. DUNCAN
258 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
k- i'jLf&l'CiafJ1. ' 'iASfe&'vfc ittil'
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
RAH! RAH! RAH'S AWAKENED ECHOES
AT OCEANIC WHARF THIS MORNING
Sierra Away For the Coast With Small But Enthusiastic
Bunch of Passengers German Freighter Puts In for
Coal Buffalo is Off for the Orient Sherman Is Next
Transport Due Here.
An enthusiastic as well tin merry
bunch of college tails, making up tlio
Illiberally of California (llco Chin,
miida tlio welkin ring ut the Oceanic
wharf this morning prior to the de
parture of the fnvorlto liner Sierra.
The boys made up n mighty lively
peroonlugo nt tlio tolal list of pas
BongorR who olccled tlio Sierra as
their lunula of tiauspoitution to tlio
As the lines wore cast off, several
strenuous collcgo jells wore given
with nil enthusiasm for which college
Rttnlents urc noted.
Slxty-ono passengers In tlio cnhln
nnd eleven In the steerage cninprlsoil
tlio rather small list checked off by
Purser Tom Smith. Tlio Sierra unH
IiIrIi out of the water, and thn nRCilts
did not like to go Into sordid details
iiit tlio raiRii kIvcii this boat for the
coast, h n 111 co lo-Bay that Ihcro were
somolhliif; llko a Ihousund Ions
Htinvcd away mi board. The csacl
received n mull, which was at the
wharf mid snucly on board at the sall
Nciv Hilling on i;pln.hc.
frficnl shippers will bo Inlciostcil In
h now rullnR lh.lt lum Just been m.ndo
rcpnrdlnt; tlio trnnsportntlon of olio
on fcleamers licensed to carry passen
Kers. Tito SuperxlhliiB Inspector
tJencral of Steam Vesrels, Ocoriio
filler, has ruled that linseed oil nnd
residuum of cottonseed oil nro not
ilaiiKcrnus articles and that, therefore,
they may bo transported on steamers
can j hit; pnsjcngcrs. Ho has nlso de
cided that metallic sodium may bo
transported on such vessels, provid
ing It li packed In water-tight steel
or Iron drums of sufficient strength lo
"withstand rough handling, or In wut-or-poitcil
on such essels, profiled It
Is packed lu water-tight metallic
cases, securely Imxcit In u case of suf
llcient strength to wlthstund hard
usage, nnd the case must never be
stowed where water can reach It,
whether from leaky pipes, spray or In
any other way, and It shall not bo
stoned In places containing combust
Klnau, AQiln a Hllo Liner.
It has been a good ninny yeirs
Mlnco tlio old iclhlilo Klnau mmlo
frcipiont calls at IIIIo. Tho liner re
ttirned from Hawaii and Maul porti
this morning bringing a fair list of
passengers ami cnYgo Including the
following Items: 15 cr.ilcs chickens,
18 sacks corn, 111 lull's hides, 11 sacks
beans, a quantity of empties, S" hogs,
111 p.irknges sundries and "S.uuu pav
Purser Klbllng roisirts tlio Knlor-
piiso at IIIIo and tho schooner Hal
boa nt Kahuliil, dlschnrglng cargoes.
The weather was such that tho Kl
iau failed to land mall or passengers
nt Laiipalioehoe, tho usual heavy sea
Hlah Price for Old Tonnage.
Tho highest prlco paid for second
hand railing tonnngo In recent
months wiu) received by .1. Joyce &
Co. of Liverpool, who sold Ihclr fchlp
Vincent to American owners for
S.'n.noo. It Is iimlcrslooil that tho
Vincent will bo used on tho Atlantic
coiiht botwt'cn north p'irls and tho
illver Platlc. Tho Urltlhh steel ship
'Irabloeli, also wo!l known on this
roast, has been sold to forolgu own
ers for $22,250. Thn Iirltlsh stool
baric llerinuilii has been sold to for
cilKners for $10,0(10. Norwegians
havo piirchiucd tho Iirltlsh Inrk
Vliuroa for J17,G0(.
Why Not Send Her to Hawaii?
The Unllo.l Stales revenue cullor
l'oar, Cnptnln IleithnfT, which has
loon much scrvlco on this cyast and
In Alaska, has Jm,t rmnifletoii what
W.C. Peacock Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wihes and Liqtiors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge, Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
'-ftrfii. '. iA'v. hjtn,eSiiJ,Akk-KXi4.AiiiK,
will probably bo her last oyago for
the (Internment. Despite her mm
ous sort Ice, her ago has mndo It
likely that sho will bo sold or relO'
gnled to tho limit pile, in any case
orders have gone out fioni Washing
ton that her nlaro Is lo bo tal.'cn by
olio of two rewuuo ' cullers helug
built at tho yards of tho Ncwpnit
News Shipbuilding" company.
Zealandla Hat Sailed from Suva.
A cable receUcd at tho office ol
T. II. Davles and Compnny Ibis morn
ing announces the departure of the
Caiiadlnn-Austinllnn liner Zcnl.nndln
from Suvn en route to Honolulu nnd
Vancouver. This U'SscI Is reported
lo have nmplo room for all applicants
for transportation to tho Hound. Tlio
Kcnlnndln will leavo sevci.nl hundred
tons Australian supplies dm lug the
short stay nl this porti
Klnau .nt I'.irrjlm .Sugnr.
Tho Intcr-lslniid steamer Klnau
will soon tnKe up tho Maul and I Ut
wuil run covered by (ho lutcr-Isbinil
steamer Clnudlne. President and Gen
eral Manager Kennedy stated this
morning that all Inter-lslnml steam
ers would bo given a "goller.nl over
hauling pending tho annual Inspec
tion by the United States Inspectors.
The Klnau Is still nn tho niarlno rail
way, there to remain for some days
et. Mr. Kennedy was considerably
amused to Iciiru through tho columns
of u morning paper that tlio "ahseucn
of the Klnau at tho port had caused
much talk until It had been learned
that sho had been taken off tho leg
ular schedule nnd put to carrying
sugar." Tho Klnau has been nn tho
murine railway for u week or more,
nnd when she comes off tlio Clnudluo
.will bo gUcn n turn at repairs.
( liliia Has ,Sailcil From (he Const.
Tho Paclllc Mall liner Chlnn Balled
from San Frnnclsco at 1:30 today for
tlio coast of Asia by thn way of Hono
lulu. Tho China will bring down a
later mall and should arrive hero on
next Tuesday morning.
No Freight Received On Monday.
Shlppcts nro untlflcil by the lulcr-
Isluml Steam N'nvlgatlon Company
that no freight will bo iccclvcd nt
:i:iy of Its wharves on Monday, Janu
ary 1st. Tho merchandise Intended
for shipment lo tho other Islands
must ho forwarded In tho whanes
1 cfiiro thai tlmo or on Tues lay.
Trelglit Intended for IIIIo and wjy
ports lo go by (ho steamer Manila
Kc.n must bo sent to tho wharf on
Hall In From Kauai.
lliluglug tho regulation 5500 sacks
Kiiglir, tho Inlcr-Isl.ind ulciimcr V. (1
Hall from Knual ports was an arrival
this morning. Tho vessol returned
to port with fow passengers and u
iiuantlly of general cargo Including
an auto, 20 sacks cocoanuts ami 30
packages sundries. Purser Logan ro
IkiiIs n light wind and smooth seas on
Naval Traneport Buffalo for the Orient
Tho United Stales naval tianspoit
lliilfaln slipped away fioin tho new
Richard street wharf this imirnliiu.
bound for tho Asiatic! station, whom
tho HOAoral hundred marines and on
llslcil bluejackets will ho distributed
to Iho rssols comprising the Ahlatlc
lleet. The IliilTalo took on u snull
Milpincut of coal while horo
Honolulan Will Probably Brfnn Mall.
It Is iiimo than likely that a nnith-
ent nnd Paclllc. coast mall will by
Tiinught to tho Isliiiuls In tho Mntson
Knvlgntlou btcniuor Ilnnnlrlun whlfh
It now icporled as en roulo from So-
TIDES SUN AND MOON
lire, ii in.
23 IWJ I.S
a t.M Ya
SJ- 7..V, t.
" ow 1. 1
?. ICO 1.7
II ' 0.X
a on e .is
0 M. 0.39
(I.W s.ti S.M
the moon Dec 28
Teinnorntiircs C n. m., 72; 8 n. 111.,
,74; 10 n. m., 70; noon, 70; morning
Dnrnmctcr, S a. m., 30.02; absolute
hfihlldltyV' 8' a. 111., 6.34ti grains per
ciiblo foofl rclntlvo Irumlillly, 8 n. in.,
70.'pef cent; dew point, 8 11. in., C(.
Wind, 0 a: m., velocity 5, direction
N. K.; 8 n. m , velocity 10, direction
N. K.; 10 n. in., velocity I, direction
N. nooy, yoloc(ty, 12, direction N. li
Ilalnt'ullHlUrliiR 2i hours ended 8 11.
Total wind movement during 24
hofirs ended at noon, US miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special .Cubic lo Jlerchanh'
Wcilnoila), llccriulirr '.'".
POUT TOW.NSK.ND Arrived, Dec. 20,
S. S. Wlllesden, henco Dec. 15.
FOItT llltAdd Sailed, Dec. 22, Schr.
Transit, for Honolulu.
POUT SAN l.l'IS Sailed, Dec. 2fi, S.
S. Santa Maria, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 27,
1:30 p. m., S. S. China, for Honolulu.
8. S. I.urllne S p. in., Dec. 2G 805
inllen out; alt Well.
attlo lo Honolulu. In addition, the
steamer is understood as llllcd with n
lirgo general caigo of meichandiso
Immigrant Chip at the Sound.
Tho Iirltlsh steamship Wlllesden
which liiought eighteen hundred iui
l.ilgianti to the Islands is icportcd
to have ariixed at Piigct Sound ycs
terday. It is understood that tho ves
sel will ot bo iletained for n limited
period lu ipiaiantlnc bo f nro b;lng al
loved Iho poit of Vancouver.
Oil En Route to Honolulu.
A cable was received today an
nouncing iho departure of Iho Ainc
licnn oil tanker Santa .Maria fiom
Port San l.uls with destination as
Honolulu. This vessel inav bring In
tho neighborhood of forty-llvo thou-
satid barrels of fuel oil.
Matson Steamer at Hllo.
Tho Mnlson Navigation stcanioi
Kntorpriso from San l'r.inelsco Is le-
porled to have aril veil at Hllo on last
Saturday, tho vessel bringing down a
largo cmgo of lucichnndlbo nnd a few
pnsroitRi'iB. Tho Knlerprlho has agnln
gone Into commission on the regulai
i'an rranclbco-llllo run.
Sparks from the Wireless.
A wireless message, iccclvcd last
night from tho Malsou Navigation
rtcnnior l.urllno read as follows:
M. N. S. S. I.urliue, oil roulo fron,
Honolulu lo San Krnnrlrco, 9:30 p, m
December 20 85ri miles oft; moderate
ICasf-Soulhwcst winds, smooth teu;
Another death from smallpox among
tho iccenlly nrrlvo.) ImnilKrnntB oc
em red last night, tho victim being 11
llltlo child belonging to a Spanish
r.imlly now held lu quarantine.
Dr. ItaiiiiH .reports this 11101 nlng
lliat no new cmios or Iho malady Imvo
ilec-n iilsrmoicil among Ihp elghlecn
liumlicii Portugueso mid Spanish Im-
Tho luatlcr of tho continued ox
penso entailed In lunlntnlnlng theso
people Is sonicthlng Hint Is nt picsont
piizillng tho heads' of sooial K0Jcr.1l
nlllclals. Tlio -question has rccolvcrt
niiieh coiisldorntlon at Iho hands of
District Attorney Ilrockous nnd T)r
Victor Clark head of Iho territorial
Twenty thoiis.mil ilollars doposltcd
as a bond by Iho repu'rcnlullves of
Iho Ilrlllsh stnamshlp Wlllcsi'lrn up
on tho derarliira of that vessel for
rugei hounii nliout 11 wecl. ago. Is 10-rio-lod
as oxpcuiiloil rit" I bow tho keep
of tho Imuilgiants must rail on somo
A good set oiid. hand phaeton with rub
bir tires Refer lo CI ( llnfgaard,
ICiipioliuil Illdg., Honolulu.
At nnee. experienced band Irnner'.
Amerlenii Hle.uu Laundry, 1382 I.lllha
PROGRESS IS WORD , ,
AT' PEARL HARBOR
1 "Progress Is Iho watchword at
' Pearl Harbor," said Admiral
Thomas this morning, "i:cry
S thhiB I Inspected seemed to lio
i going nlong smoothly nnd iiilck
? ly, nnd ns I Inspected everj thing
- (here was lo Inspect, Including
? Ciinip Cowlcs, there Im't much
left to bo said."
j The cnmiimiiiler-lii-cblrf, nc-
couipaiileil by Admirals Solifh
1f erlntid mnl C'owles, innilri a
t pleasant nnd proiltable day Of It
jeslerihiy. They made tho trip
to 'the harbor In the station tug
V Xnvnjo. -rind mnilo nn 'cxtiniistlva
i Impectlon unit examination of
? work, both completed, III prog-
res and projected. It was the
opinion of all the naval oftlcers
j that Pearl Harbor Is destined to
be one of the great yurrts of tho
.,s,.i,, J, .. ,t ,,,?..!,;, 5 ,5i , ,
Per stnir. V. O. Ilnll, from Kniini
ports Krnncls (lay, Miss K day, Mi-s
It. L. Wilcox, 1'. Olailc, Sam Knkc-
laka, Mrs. II. 1). Sloggctt, Miss M. I.
Wilcox, II. A. 11. iVrgl. Yco 'o and
Per sttur. Klnau, from Hawaii ahit
Maul Kir(s K. T: Cliase, A. nudtflc,
Hev. S. Okura, II. 11. K1111II1011, T.
Itockfort, M, Vetlesen. A. I'. Votlo
ecu, Miss S. K. Hint, J, CiimmltipR,
O. n. Hchrneiler, Alma Wells, C. Sav
age, Itulli A. (llhbs nnd 25 deck.
I l'ASSi:.(IKTt.S DKI'AKTKD 1
l'er O. S. S. Sierra, for San Kl'.iii-
chco, Dec. 27. W. It. Roolcy, 1). I.a
lain and wife, Oco. V. Young unit
wife, A. C. Stewart and wife, Col. II.
U Sopcr, K. M. Holt, V. S. Mghthouro
Inspector, A. K. Cross, Mrs. K. Drc
'or, MUs Dicier, C.co. A. Klincr Ste
venson, Mrs. 0, II. Power R S. Dow
er, Mu ray Abbey, Mrs. ,r. M. Abboy,
J. A. I.ynn, A. P. Oliver, sir. Nelrs
Mr. Pliicus, W. I). WnoiliiMf, Chillies
Savage, (leo. .1. Campbell, (1. K. Camp
bell, A. M, Morrcll, S. I. Lyons and
wire, 0. Colilll, Mrs. J. C. (lailBcr, C
R. Wilson, II. M. Wilson, C. W. Coon
.Miss Helen Sargent, W. T. Iledell, (I
(J. llaiiiinond, Hen. A. Ilruns, W. How
.lid, Mrs. U. Adams.
I'cr stmr. Mlkali.ila, for .Maul and
Molokat pints, Dec. 20. .1. S. ll.l'ratt,
T IM.SSKMiKltS HOOKUP
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Dec. 28.-MrB. C. W. Spitz, MNk1
Vkoii,,Mlns Harper, Miss Hiiddy, Miss
A. W. Wong, K Mnlmmda, Mlsc
Ktusc, Miss A. Chhig. MIjs (1, Cliiug,
W. J. Sheldon, .1. W. Ncal. C. O. l-Yia.
MI-is Wells Mlsn A.vor.
Per stmr. Klnau, for IIIIo, vh way
polls, Dec. 20. Miss n. Louise, JIis.
Miller, II. K. Miller. Miss N. Atiniu,
Miss K. Y. Yap, MIk3 Arhoy, MIhj
Ahn, Mls It. V. Klakom Jllss ltlch
ardson, Miss II. Ciimiiilugs, Miss K.
Wilcox, Miss Hoaplll, Mlsa M. Uan
can, Mrs. B. L. Aiiftln, Mrs. M. K.
Knleo, Miss Plant, Miss Tucker, Mrs.
II Keoln MIes M. AI01111. Miss Clara.
fllss I.cl. Mrs. Allco I,. Hojchlll, K.
. Simpson, Dr. Hohn, Dr. Illntzo.
Per stmt. Manna Ken, for Hllo, via
7;iy ports, Jan. 2. It. J. Richmond
nnd wife, Mrs. Y. V. Cockett, L, T.
'a, A. W. Carter and patty, T. II,
Tidier, John Ixnl, Captain Kllbeo and
wile, C. H. Monlsou.
Per stmr. Miiiina lin, for Konn ii'nd
Kail porlB, Jan. 2. Mli-s Wilcox, Miss
Jinllli, Illanch Wlsford, Leslie Wis
Per Btmr. Mll.nlinla, for Maul and
.MolO'cal ports, Jan. 2. II. 11. Hitch
cede, W. C. T. Illlcheiicli.
Ulx, sailed rrom Honolulu ror Soat
tie, arrived Dec. 13.
Logan, fiom Honolulu for Manila, sail
ed Dec. 13.
Fhorman, sailed Irom M1111IW ror Ho
nolulu and San Vtnnclscn, Dec. 10.
Sheridan, at San Francisco, arrived
Crook, at San Francisco.
Hurord, at San Francisco.
Warron Stationed 'at the 1hlllnnlii.
Thomas snlled from Honolulu for Ma
nila, arrived 11017 2.
PHOTOGRAPH LETTERS NOW
INSTEAD OF COPYING.
Tho old w'ny ttt copying letters anil
other documents by putting them lu 11
press between wet sheets Is now likely
to become, a thing of the past, accord
ing to District Attorney Robert W.
Recently bo has received copies of
documents fiom the Const, but Instead
of being In tho uusal form they nro
pliotoRraplile copies Tlio method Is 11
very simple, ono nnd Is Muted to bo
less expensive than lh.it In uso at Ihu
piesent time; llkewdsu It giM's 11 much
Tho Una) result shows up tho docu
ment with white lettering on it choeo
Into background, and makes 11 very lino
Purser l.iiefin or !) lnii.iui ,n 1
Bleamor fj. Hall loports Iho fol
lowing shipment or sugar awaiting
shllimCUt nn lCnnnt K K it "con
M. A. K. 20S, V. K, 130Q,' O.' k It!
ifi.'O, K. P. 7020, u p 12,120, K. R.
W e X 1 y U 1 1 e 1 1 II yer vear,
' vXi iI
Ilurrctcd and retarded In Iho vuy
ago from Kveietl, Wiishlngton, to
Australia, the Herman tramp freight
er Wotan, after roventeen days heroic
struggle with conflicting eleincnts,
was obliged to put Into tho port of
Honolulu this morning, 'displaying
s'gunls of distress. Cnptnln N. I.or
enzon, when visited by tho Federal
(niclnle and pilots outslda the harbor
tills morning gave 11 detailed repmt of
n voyage which practically from De
cember 10th, tho clato of clewing tho
calm waters of Paget Sound, until ho
camo wllhln sight of the .Hawaiian
rrtup, has proved a veritable night
marc. The Wotan Is bound for Ficeiunii
tlc, Australia. On boaid and fnstcu
;d to 'the sides of the Gorman freight
er Is ocr two million foot of lum
ber. Tho WOtnu Is ono of tho mote
or less fnnilllar litrict ilcchiM Missels
Tvhtch permit innch lumber being enr
Vlcil on deck ami the sides of tho
vessels ns well. Captain lorciucn
enmo ashoro soon nfler arrival nnd
made arrangements for tho berthing
of his vessel nt Alakca wharf whero
ho will take aboard three hundred
tons coal. Tho vessel is nlso I open t
ed slioit on other lines of supplies.
Word hap been iccelu'd nl depart
ment he.iilqiiaitcrs of tho su bleu
death at l"orl Dmiihis Utah, of Cap
lain W. II. II. Chapman, intli lufaii'
try. Two hntlallons cf ll.o 2tlth will
pass IhroiiRli Iliiiiolulu 011 thn trans
pill fiom Manila, due hcio Dccciiihcr
31, and tho cablegram nnmiiiniliiK
Caplalu Chapman's death includes a
cquesl to nollfy his reglmont. so that
his brother olllccrs may I.1111I with
Iho cuMoinaiy badge of mourning a
knot of ciepo 011 Ihclr side nrnis.
Captain Chapman wan well linnwii
and well liked In Houoliilu when hi
company was stationed at Fcnt Sh.if
Icr. Ho was n sturdy physical speci
men, apparently In tho best if hcallh.
and iiowh of his iloath mines ns 11 ran
sin prise. No causo la given In the
CASES OF INDICTED MEN
COME FOR PLEA TOMORROW
1'iiiir 1111 11 were up for nrmlKimicnt
In the criminal court this morning be
fore Judge Cooper. Tho raso of An
lone Matins and John ltubliisou, In
dicted on a chaigc nf assault 11ml bat
tery, was put over for plea until to
John P. Hussey mid Hairy Hlgglns,
charged with having committed nn In
ilesejlbablo crhnci on board the schoon
er iKcnbcrg, were nlso uir.ilgiied and
their cuses went over until tomorrow.
Mukn Sesohii was tills mnrnlug
grunted n divorce from S. Se.soku on
tho giounds nf ralluro lo piovlde.
Thero Is lo bo the regul.ir meetlns!
nl tho harbor hoard nt half past two
o'clock this afternoon In iho Senate
chamber nt tho cnpltol.
Tho Territory, named mi ono of tlii
clefendnnts In the cnto of tho KnnenKc
IUinch Company, Ltd., vs. the Kniicnhc
Rico Mill Co, Ltd., filed Its answer hi
Iho Circuit Couit thin morning. The
nnswer is nlong technical lines mu'
concerns Iho ancient waler lights Ihnl
arc InvoHed In tho mnlrnwisy.
Advices received nt Ban Francisco
'report that Iho Norwegian bark Prlii
Valdcinar, previously reported ashore
nt Mazntlnn, has been condemned. The
vessol was driven uslioio In tho Oct
ober hurricane which ragud 011 the
Oc1101.1l Manager J, I). Fnrd, or4he
Pacllic Coast Steamship Company,
who has Just returned from Now
York, confirms tho report that Ih'e
OiniKlllv bus dertifeil iiiinn i Ii .ml.
'Btmrtlo'ii or two BtcamcrA, lluer than.
win iiovoinor unit president, which
cost S50,()00 iach.
Montllfv Stoirmor l-'nrvlnn lw.livonu
Franco mid San iTiiiii'lbCn will bo cs-
lamisneii iiy iho Conipngiilo (Icnor.ilc
Tiansalbintliiiio as wmn us tho Pa
nama fll.lllll id lll 1,1 ,,nn... .11,1,. I,.
H0111I Ilalpheii. u icpicBotitiilivo of
nun cinupiny who recontl) co'ltludcil
nn Investigation Into shipping condi
tions nt San Francisco.
NotlcO of motion to set for trial was
Hied In tho Circuit Count his morn
ing In connection with ilm mu,. ,.f
tho Assoclaliirt Gal ago hgalnst Mis. J.
a. uiirnminii, Notices woi'o also Med
111 tho following cases: .lolm llanlcetl
vs. City nnd County or Honolulu; H.
Hnckreld & Co., Ltd.. vs. T. Ah Kong,
doing huslncHs us "Shlng Kfo"; rind
cno uinai i;ompany, Ltd., vb. Harry S.
That Hellaml-AiiierleM Htm ntmin..
OI'S wilt onernln In tn 11. .In. .....
,-.....v ... ..... , ,,,.,,,1, ,,.,,,
make S.m Francisco and Sound port!,
m 1110 couiso or rrgulir vnyiigc Ii
believed a csrlnlnty by (Ijomi iicqunln
tcd ullli eoiiRl sliltinliti, Pl.n 11, .1.
laiid-Anierlenn lino will, It Is loport
td, Iniiugiiralo a regular i.onloo fnnn
llotteidnm to Sou Fr.inclkco Imine
llately after tho opening or tho Ca
iihI. Thnt gieat Interest Is being tali,
en by U19 largo shipping e-impnilm
of the world In the nntlcpito, do
veliipinont or trndn to tho Ninth Pa
nne pin is is Biiown ny iho various
lopotls or piojecled linos.
io'tcuAunLAMA, :, t&iZmiM&miliitk),
Acting under tho advice and lu- j
structlonn receive lecnlly fiom Iho
(lovcrnor of Canton, China, local Ch!-
nvni; llvill II ill. inn ii.,,, ... ,
1'nik last "night for tho purpose of
raising funds for the revolutionists lu
China. S'ot Ics limn three thousand
Clilno'O were lu altendanco.
The spcnVci'u ft'eeo all thlliiwlinllc
over the matter, mid urged upon tho
audience to contribute to tho fiiuuti
The (Inventor of Canton slalod In
his message that those who would
subscrlbo to the funds, say nbout ,
vould, at tho end of two ycaiB re
ceive $1.50 for that amount. Hut
!rresie6tlvo or this, tho local Ohlmso
nro 111010 than pleased nnd willing to
help along tho icvnliillonnry leaders.
In order to have the accounts kept
piopcrly, It was dccalcd to orgaulzo
nn accounts committee, to bo select
ed from responsible merchants In
town, whosci duty will lie to icc?lvo
nnd Issuo receipts for money receiv
ed. It Is expected of thcin, lo Bond
tho money lo Iho (lovcrnor In Canton,
who will pass It to tho proper hands
hcio for disbursements,
Tho meeting was called lit order
by riune of Ihu ilght-hniiit men of tlio
'.Iberty News, Iho local oigau of IbeV
evolutionary parly. II Is expected
that tho money will be collected soon
and forn aided to China.
After a short relliciiieut thin morn
ing (lie Jury bionglil In a verdict of
nut guilty against J. DM', chaigeil
with assault ainf battery on Ru lolph
Heydenrelch. inniwger of iho Alex
ander Young Cafe.
Dye defended his own raso an I
slated that Mislead of being tho ag
gressor ho was only defending him
self against nil attack made on him
by Heydenrelch. llyo ruither anted
that he had sprained his hnck- Ihu
I'ny beforo mid could not Uaml up
.'iralght. llujdcurclch camo Inln ifcd
loom and grabbed him by Iho ns
James I.. Young, J. II. Craig and
Senator Kd (Julnn are the three to
whom will be delegated the duty of
'evlslng n building plan or plana Tor
Honolulu that will hold blooding
plnccs ror tho mosquito to 11 mini
mum. Frank Thompson, or iho civic sani
tation committee, to whom was given
iho duly of Focurlng a coinpoleiit com
mittee, has reported to Clialimaii
Waller Dillingham, nnd Mr. Dllllng
'liini iimiounccil tho conimllteo Ihln
morning. It is regarded by tho leld
ors In the sanitation light ns n eam
mlttco that cannot bo Impioied up
on. Mr. Young and Mr Cialg ;uo
both well-known architects and build
ers, ami Mr. Qulnn'n praetlcJI l.nowl
edge of plumbing Is a necessary fac
tor. All of tho men are prai Heal men
with first-hand knowledge or lorn I
conslnlctlon problems. Mr. Young It
11 member or the sanitary conimlssloii
named by (lovcinor Frcar.
Tho civic sniillatlon coiuinltteo hold
1 mentini? Ihtu tiifirntnv nl il,,. lw,,l.
mini tern In tho Judiciary building.
inu ijssimc cxieusioii or tho tit."
loughs of Iho enlisted mini cmplojol
ns upaua and illstilct oicrsceiH nnd
lieutenants wna dltcussed.
"The comnilltou reels llui It w'ould
bo .1 great loss lo tho woik Just now
1 wo wile to loso tho services of
Ihcro men," tald Mr. Dllllngliaiu dls
cussliig tho mutter. "A comput,
trained, cnicleut force ha been built
up, mill we hopo Hint depaitinonl rules
and regulatloiiB will not piovcnt an
extenslnn of tho fiulniighg,
"F.tllfiig to scciiio II10 oxlensloii, tlio
cmnmit'co tuiisl necesaarlly scciiio
tho services of civilians. Ab el tlio
ii'.ctter Is not rottleil by any tuoaiis,"
MISS ANNAb'eLLE LOW
TOWED HIL0 MAN
Tho Cllgfigcnioht of Miss Aminliidli,
Dole Low to Mr. Albert Ruddle, of
iiiio, was announced nt u dinner 01 cr
which .ludco nnd .Mis S. II. linln i,r.
sided as hosts oil Christinas I1.1v 'I'lu.
young peoplo I unci since been tho in-
cipiunts or iiumcrous congrnluhitlouu.
PJana for tho weddliig mo not vet.
complete hut It Is understood tlmi Dm
mi'immy will bo pmfouno.l in tho
near iiituiu. i
That tlm 1 1 cent raid made, bv ilm
ilrugglsts 'or Kan Francisco, working
in (.(injunction with the milieu. Is Ihu
main factor thnt bus led to tho capture
of tho opium Joint In that city, follow
ing on 'the nnost of the Chinaman, l.eo
Wall Chung, here. Is .10 imlnlou f tlm
- M f&l
.(t.iJiai ai. .s.
AND GOES FREE