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EVENING BULLETIN (WEEKLY E T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1912.
1IiiwiiII.ui Sl.ili J.
Orciuilr- Third Degree.
l.culil l'h;i.ltr n. ,(). I).
Aliih.i 'Innplc -Special.
All TlittlDg membara of to
Order lira cordially liiTltcd to
atttind inectlngR of local lads'
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
tIARINE ENGINEERS' 0"hei Aim
eHEFICIAL ASSIATlOri ciatiom cor.
WM. McKINIEY I0D0E. NO. 8.
Metes titty 2nd and Itb Gaturday
Tdilnc tt 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall. cor. Fort and Ilerctanla. Visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited tt at
tend. F. F. KILUCT. C. O
K. A. JACOHSON. K. It. B.
aOMOLULU LODGE. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodet No. MS, B. P. 0.
Slii, meet:) In their ball, on King
ttreet, near Fort, every Friday ev
Mnn. VlsltlDR Hrothsre are cordially
'nvttrd to attend.
d i. it. iar.Nnuno, n r.
qeo t kluuquu sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet every first nnd third Tuesday
of eucli iihiiiIIi In Fraternity Hall, I. O
O. !'. building Msltlng brothers cur
dUlly Invited to nllttid.
W. J. IIOHINSON, Sachem.
K. V. TODD. C. of It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and tlilrd Friday at
7-31 o'clock, I'ytlilnii Hall, corner Here-
tanla and Fort streets. Visiting; troth
rn cordially Invited to attend.
S. DKCICKR. C. C.
o. hcin'i:. k. vt ii & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wedni'S
duy evening of each month ut 7'30
oVlock. In Kan Antonio Hull, Vineyard
trt, near Uniina Vlsltlnjr Lrotin-ri
re Invited to att-nd.
i'. iiiniiiNS. w r.
VM. C. M'COV, Secy.
1 2d ward llarlc. tliu noted Psjchlc of
Sun Ftanclsco, who for over twenty
earn him le.n iiromliuntly Idcntltled
' "with the Spiritualists" soeb ties of Amcr.
"' lea, is In lliiiinlulii nnd will demon.
ktialu ivjililc phenomena, etc. Spirit'
ul nilvko on ull matters given. Dally
10 to 1, evenings liyniiolntinent. Tel-
ephuno 39 13 or at residence, 7H2 Klnuu
Klreet. (iraml Seance, every Thursday
live., S n'chw k. SO'JO-tf
Importer Fort St
Milton S. Parions
U Pantheon Building
'.) THE LATEST IDEAS IN
I rimmed Hats
' Fort Streot Upstairs, In Boston Block
1037 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-clato Millinery and Men's Hats
PASSENGERS FOR 3. S.
HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE SEALED BY CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love).
STORK AND GRIM
Pacific Mail Liner to Make a Brief Stay Before Departure
For San Francisco Mauna Kea Brought Returning Vol
cano Tourists American-Hawaiian Freighter Alaskan
An Arrival With Cargo Helene Brought Cattle.
Repotting tho death of an aged Chl
"cse. mifffiiiiK f on) tnbeieiiloslB and
die lilnli f ii habv hoy to a Russian
p.iicnin Dr. ('. A. MeKechnle. the me
dical olllcer cniniPOtcd with tho staff
f I lie Pacific Mall liner Mongolia can
well sav that the Rood ship was vlslt--il
Ik the gilm reaper as well as the
.'ink while en route from Hongkong
ami .In mm ports to Honolulu.
The Mongolia met with the more
or less usual unsty weather immctll-
,itel after clearing Yokohama nnd
hU state of affair continued for 11 vo
duvs, :n cording to Purser Jeromo, tho
eici. in ufllclal in the l'.iclflc Mall ser
vice .leroine declares, however. Hint th"
Mongolia maintained her vvell-oarne.l
reputation as a steady hunt and that
.he few passengers were not greatly
discommoded tluoiigli n stress of ele
ments. There Is a ery large Oriental cargo
on board the vessel of which 13T5 tons
is to lie discharged here before tho
"ailing boui at live o'clock tills afler
roon, or the 11. "M tons through freight,
.laced aboard nt .Manila. Hongkong,
tthiinghnl and Japan ort;7 there are
1102 hales of silk, which will receive
it speed) dispatch lo the eastern sea
board by special tinlii on arrive at
For Honolulu, the Mongolia brought
11 cabin, 1 Fecund class and 24!i Asia
tic steerage piBM'iigoiH.. Of the latter
tbciu in v SI Japaueso, 27 Chinese, and
The through passenger list Includes
I'll cabin, 51 second class mid ISI
The .Moligolla lemalned at Manila
foi four da)s at which lime a large
: moil it t of supplies for the army and
iiiivj was discharged.
The Mongolia, Balling fjir San Fran
( Iseo this evening will take between
event and eighty cabin pase.iiReia
I mm this poit.
llilo Harbor Deserted.
Ililo haihur was denerled at the
tiiiiv of depaituie of the uleaniur Mn
una Kea, as Tar as deep waler ship
I Ing was concerned. The Inler-lsland
tenniur passed the steamer Kauai at
I'epeekeo, tho Maul at I'aauhau and
the Wallde at llouokaa.
AcconlliiK In a rejiort fioni 1'urser
Fete Phillips, tin. steamer met with
modornlo east wind and heavy north
east swells iiIoiib tho wlndwaiil coast
ol Hawaii. The sea was found loo
iiuiKh to land the malls at Laiipahoe
hoe and these weto ranled to Ka
Tho Mauna Kea relumed this morn
ing with a luigo number or volcano
tiiuilsts who vveie enthusiastic uver
tlie sight which met their gazo as
'hey stood at the brink of Hie cratei.
''he ft eight list Included tho usual
(inutility of empty bottles and kegs.
i'Imi 2imi banlwood lies, 30 cords wood,
urn paving blocks, mi auto, somo
chlcketis nnd 1SS packages sundries.
Movements of Matton Steamer.
Tho lloiiujuluu, a Mntson ebailered
teanier, has been discharged of" a
large general cargo and will bo dis
patched for Kahiilul ut seven o'clock
this evening. Tho Honolulan will 10
iirn to Honolulu early Tuesday morn
tiK. complelo cargo and sail for San
''ranelsco clltect at six o'clock Wed-
W. C. PeacocRf Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel.1,704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumni's Champagne
I Schlitz Beer
Tai Loy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
ucsday evening. This vessel will ear
ly nearly live thousand tous cargo In
eluding shipments of sugar and sun
The ll.vadcs was expected would
fall from Kahiilul for Fort Allen' this
"veiling and pioceedlng to llllo would
leave the llavvull port for San Fran
elsco direct on Jnnuary 10th. Tho
Hyndes In addition to sugar will take
on ntic thousand tons molasses In
'ulk, while at Kuhiilul.
Ship Phelps to Delaware Breakwater.
Twelve hundred tons of flno build
ers sand taken aboard nt Paget Sound
is being discharged from the American
ship i:rskluc M. Phelps nt tho railway
wharf before that vessel will be given
a large shipment of sugat destined
lor the I?nst coast of the United
The nrsklne M. Phelps Is expected
will sail fioni Honolulu foe Dclaworu
llreakvvnter with at least live thousand
Ions sugar. While It Is generally un
derstood that the sugar will not be
unloaded on the unproctected 3U00
foot stone bieakvvater which guards
the entrance to the Delaware lllver
near Cape Henlopen, vessels with son
ar cargoes from the Philippines and
those fiom the Hawaiian Islands fro
fluently call at the breakwater to get
Into telegraphic communication with
Ibe owners or agenls. It Is believed
that the sugar cargo may be left at
either Philadelphia or New York.
Virginian to Bring Stock.
Shipments of horses and mules for
the United States government as well
as local impoileis, uie due to nrrlve
at this port in tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Virginian, which will Inau
gurate the elcvun-day tilangulur ser
vice resuming the regular calls at
Paget Sound ports.
Tho Vliginlau Is expected will sail
from Seattle on January 11th and
should nrilve hete cm or ithout Jnnii
my 22nd. Tho Vlri;liilauwlll aflei
pioceedlng to several Island ports,
fall for Kallua Cruz with twelve thou
sand Ions sugar.
Arizonan Coming from San Francisco.
Captain Patteisou. master of the
Auieilcan-Huvvallait steamship Alas
Kan which came alongside the rail
way vharf tit discharge New YorJs
caigo this morning, stuted that tho
Arlzouau would he tho next arrival of
that Hue at this port. The Arizonan
ishould show up hcio on or about Junu
irj 12th with n largo general cirgo
from New York via the Isthmus.
Sparks from the Wireless.
WIioIcsb messages vero received
f mn the following steamers last even
ing: S. S. Manchuria, will arrive Tues
day morning and will dock nt Alukca
v.harf vvllh 100 tons of fielgbt.
M. N. S. S. Wlllielmina, en route
from Honolulu to San Francisco, a p.
M 811 miles from Honolulu, lino
weather, nil well.
Hawaii Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
Purser Phillips of tho steamer Ma
una Kea repotted on arrival this morn
ing the following sugar awaiting ship
ment on Hawaii:
Olaa 1500. Wulakea 2100, IIomuiK
1000, Punuluu r,C33. Houokna 41100, Kit-l-illlmele
1817, Paauhaii 0500.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
f a aViai L rlf ' t a
3d d Id id Id H I J
S s r 1 ( -
Jllll Ii Ul.l p ID. hu (I Ul
i i id J o i iw t) i; is cwij r. M a ni
J mi i j o 7 :n io ic. e :w 6 32 i :
3 3 t(, 5 3 M M III M 6 ii i at S.t"
' til) 111 tmlll tl MO, 53.I rle
i p.ni ' i
t III . III gu ItJIJ B(i( r,.3l 7.1.1
e sti j.ilsivion ta cia sr. s.i
I I I
7 f"10 .iJ819 ' ii-1' etiol r,.a:, bsi
Full iiionii Jiiuuary A ut 2:BS u lis.
Temperatures (! n in "Ii 8 n m
"3; 10 u in., "(!; noon, TO, mornliiK
Uitromcter, 8 a in., 30.04; nbsolute
humidity. 8 n. in., S8S4 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m.,
07 per cent; dew point, 8 it m., C2.
Wind 0 ii. in., velocity :, direction
!:.; 8 a. in., velocity 1, direction N,
R; 10 n. in., velocity 4, direction 9.
K.: noyn, velocity d, direction N. K.
Italnrnll during 21 hours ended 8 u.
in., 0 Inch.
Totul wind movement during 24
hours ended ut noon, 130 miles
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special ('al)lo to Jlorchauts'
Saturday, Jan. 6.
SAN FKANC1SCC Sailed, Jan C, II
a. in.: H. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
S. S. Manchuria, docks nt Al.ikea
wharf next Tuesday morning early and
sails ! p. m. for Yokohama
Helene In With Cattle.
llrluglng .10 head cattle and three
mules, also it small consignment of
sundries, the lnter-lsluud steamer He
lene Is nn arrival fiotu Kawalhae to
day. The vessel met with some lough
vcalher on the homeward voyage
Lumber for the Islands.
Tho American schooner Robert
l.cwets with a full shipment of lum
ber for the Islands sailed from Poit
Ludlow yesterday. Tho schooner and
raigo come to Honolulu and to the
rrder of Lowers and Cooke
Barkentlne Irmgard Sailed for the
The barkentlne Irmgaid after btiv-
'ng been discharged or a general eat go
of lumber and other lines of cargo
sailed front Mnbukoiia jesteiday with
destination us Sail Francisco,
Transport Sheridan from the Coast.
The United Stales a liny tiauspo'-t
Sheridan was dispatched from San
Francisco vestcrday with Honolulu
flmim and Manila as destination. This
vessel Is due to urilve heio on or
about next Frlda.
I PASSKMintS HOOKIM)
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia,, for San
Francisco, Jim. i;. Mis. II. K. White.
Mrs. C. I .Morrison, .(nine.-. C. Mont
gomeiy and wife, J. U. II. Ivlus and
wife;, J. C. Dltson, Mis. M. I) Prime.
Mis. Wade and sou, Mrs. Fulucgnn,
Mis, John liwln, Mis. A. N. Clay. Mrs,
J. I). Corscodi ii, A. H. Corscodeu, Mm,
A. S, Hoes, (I. C. It. lluindy, Mrs, C
T. Ovvolts, Mm Chiuiicy M. Thomas,
Mrs. Harlow, Mrs. Hilary Williams
mid son, J. Dargln, Mrs, It. L, niitiiui
ley, llnriy Mers and vvlfo, Mlsg Mar
liiurt. Waller McCltue and wife. Xllas
t IC. llyorly, C. W. Dickey, wife nnd
two childien. Mis. C. .1, Ijily. 0. II
Young and wife, I.oid and Lady T. Do
Miilahlilo and maid, S. (lurney, Mrs.
v. I.. Calahoun, Miss S. M. Anderson,
II. Cailton, O. A. McWnyne, C, 'F.
Wood, C. F. Davlcs, F. M. Svvanzy,
Mrs. L. Lowell, .Mis. Wm. lllako. Mrs.
Wells and maid, Mrs. J. It. Dobbins
Mrs. Snojge, Miss Street, Mrs. J. 11.
Winston, Miss C. Winston, A. .1. Lyon
and wife. J. A. Mucntjlay, It. It. Uif
teis, F. Oiiiiin, II. H. Oaylord, Chns.
Haulz, P. It. Iliodzlak, Mrs. J. II. N.
Osbourne. child and nurse, William
Coombs. Mrs. M. K. Wlllla, F. J. Ilelu-
oy and wife. F. 11. Helnoy, Mis. Win.
Cronair, .Miss F.aily, Miss Filch, 0. F.
l'cr stmr. Mniiua -Kea, for Ililo, vln
way Hirts, Jan. 0. Mrs. Hcndeison,
W. T. Frost, Miss Hoirklns, It. C. Ly-
deeker, T. W, Cnno, Mrs. Uiinson, Dr.
Wood and wife, II. W. Itrodlo and
wiro, J. II. Castle, T. Osakl, J, Ilinti
nnd wife, Hughes Comedy Conipany,
Mrs. Lclhohl, Miss Illshon. Miss 11.
Alexander, Mils. Chas. Uoilcnfeld,
.uptulu F. E. Hopkins, J, Unger nnd
vlfe, J, II, Raymond, Dr. T. A. Ckh
by, J, A. Conkey, Mis. Daughton, Mrs.
Ill own and childien, T, J. Ilodnian,
Judge Kingsbury und wife, I). C. Hell
and wlfo, Chas. Sllverson and vvlfo,
Mm. Raymond, Mr. Thlolen, M,
Smith, D. II. Mm dock, Dr. McKay.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Ililo via way
ports, Jiin. 12. W. A. Ilowor, Itpv. D
Scudder und vvlfo, IJ. W. M. Mist.
Per stmr. Mnumt I-on, for Kojia and
hail polls, Jan. I, I Ilerrnu, II
Pei stmr. Kllauea, for Kona nnd
Ivan iioriB, Jan. 12 Miss :. Sandem
"boiin ntiuihers of the II n 1 1 1 1 n.
2185 editorial rooms 3250
business ofllce. These are tlio Icle.
The thousniids of ilallnrs of tie peo
ple's money spent on the partial Im
provement of upper Nuuniiii iivenuu
may go for naught, so fur us lh "build
four" on tho city mid inuiity llounl of
tiupirvlsorii iiro concirncd, for Super
visor Murrny. "the boss of the board,"
with the backing of bis three satellites
Mct'ldlim, Kruger mid Annum has
gone on record against the appropria
tion of sulliclent funds to be used on
that thoroughfare to save the incom
plete road from ilctrtktlon at the first
"Solid Four" Insist on Joy Wagons.
Mel'lellan, wllo strvtst uh spokesman
for Murray throunhout Ibe in cater
part of last night's meeting of the Ml
pirvl'ors, continue d to stand pat for
the expenditure of $10,000 of taxpay
ers' money for the purchase of four
addlllntiiil iiutomobllo, cheuileal fire en
gines, despite the warning coming from
the minority to the effect that the inii-i
ulclpnl Kovernini nt had two inachlueii
now ordered but no opportunity bad
thun far been given for nn Inspection
of the npparatus or to Judge Its
While Murrnv occupied bis accus
tomed seat In the charmed Circle Inst
evening, he contented himself with
prompting McClellau In what that su
pervisor should say In response to itr-
giuneiits put by Supervisors Low and
Dwlgbt along the line of retrenchment.
I Is possible that lit it biter date.
after siittlelent pressure has been
brought to hear on the quartet of mu
nicipal obstructionists, u resolution
enlltng fur the carrying on of work
iiloog tipper Nlliianu avenue may pass
No Money for Makikltes.
, petition from residents of Mnklkl
wlio have long since pleaded for n
drainage ditch to curry off storm wit
ter was given the glassy stare by tho
majority membership, on the pretense
tiiat there was no money available for
this Improveuiitit ut the present time.
However, two additional fish mid
meat Inspectors have been added to
the S(iiad of faithful llepubllvalis who
constlute a political lobby nt Hono
lulu's diminutive llsbiuarket. These
men me ill an lug In the neighborhood
of J Km ii month eiuli. and us there are
now four "friends" of the majority su-
pirvlsors on the salary rolls, Kuper
vl.'.or Dulr.ht asked lust night when
tho expensive ftiree was going to stop.
This inember of the board, belig
chairman of the road committee., re
ported that tho claim of Joe A. Lucas
of Nuuanu Vulli'.y hud been Investigat
ed and that some nrriTligeiucnt vrotild
bo iniide Willi it view Io si ttllur. th
alleged dainage to property by tlni re
liioval of a, leitcc.
The road committee, on the other
hand, fulled to reeoininenil the payuieiit
of tir Io u Chinese market gxileuer
who lesldes nt Ileebi. Ills claim has
been thrown out. "v
Falling Off In Arrests.
Chinese weie eoiispicuuus by their
nbtejice at the police court during lie
eember, uieoidliig Io the report sub
milled b) She i Iff Jarre It Total i
rests for tin- month weie 34S, which lu
eluded 74 gamblers, M drunks, M us-
ARMY AND NAVY
Provided that the Thomas sails from
Manila on January 15, tho army trans
port service, will bo back on schedule.
Vho depot cpinrlermaster heio has io
cclved woid that the Shcildaii Ball
ed from San Fraiielnco on the .'th,
and this should bring her hero the
evening of the 12th or tho morning ol
A passenger on tho Sheridan, bound
for Honolulu, Is Lieutenant Cnnipa
nolo, who will bo nttached to depait
li'cnt headqiiuiloiH, Just what Lieu
tenant c'ampaiiolo'H olllclal title will
bo Is something of a iieiscr. Ho was
'nlginally ordered here as "assistant
to tho chief of stall," when Hawaii
vns n military district. When tho
Islands became a dcpui(ment the po
hlt'on of chief of staff went out of ex
istence, Captain C. C. Curler, who hold
(ho position, continuing tho sumo du
ties hut us "assistant to tho chief of
stuff of tho Western Division." Tho
oxpecled eilllcor cannot very well be
come a titular assistant to nn assist
l.ut, although he will bo that In fact
If not lu name. Lieutenant Cumpa
l olo will act as general intelligence
oflleer, and It is quite posslhlo thu,t
(leneral Macomb will make him an
.-.Ide ns ho Is entitled t two olllcera
an his personal staff,
Captain Waltor If. Johnson, U. S
A., Inspector-Instructor ur tho Nntlou
n' (lua id of llavvull will look over
t lie mlllllii situation on Maul and Ha
waii soon. Ho oxperts Io leave iibaut
February 15 to Inspect the two com
panies on tho former and tho nuo on
the latter, and will inspect the local
rillltla foi co ou his i ct in n.
Sergeant Itoboits, tlm army unit-
mm attached lu the National (lunul
heie, will leuvo Honolulu lliu 15th of
mm It mid battery, 24 vagrancy, f opium
violation mid 2 gross cheat. Offcnde'is
lunged from Hawaiian 78, Chinese 9,
Japanese ,',:t, to Pottiiguesu 2G. Flues
iiim! eosls eolleclcd amounted to tl
C.IS.'W Sheriff .Inrrelt ulso reported tnllenge
of police null bine No. 1 us '.t' and
No. 2 901 miles. Fire Chief Thurs
ton's banzllie wagon covered but 232
miles durliuf Deiember, nccordlug to
Up to the Plantations.
The mongoose, It was believed. vvouVl
servo to ussNt In the extermination of
the alleged rabbit pest, which, nccord
lug to President Judd of the Territo
rial Hoard of Agriculture mid Forestry,
vvns soon to become u serious inciiucti
to the ciitintry. Supe'rvlvor Low lee
oinuifiide'd Hint Mr. Judd's communica
tion be referred to the police commit
tee. In that It asked for in"dlaticc front
the police department. Low voiced tlm
sentiments that pel haps the mongoose
would be found the must effectual
enemy of the rabbits, lis the inongooso
bad wrought much havoc with pigs,
young dogs mid other small animals
Board of Health Was Shy.
When Clerk Kulaiiokubtnl rend n
lengthy eoiiimunleatlon from City nnd
County Physician J. T. Wiiyson be
ginning with the sentence, "The Hoard
of Health was shy," several city fa
thers took occasion to snicker. How
ever, Dr. Wayson recommended that,
liiasmucli as there has been nil In
creased demand upon the municipal
ittspe'iisary for supplies nnd drugs, un
iirrmigci'icnt might be made with one
of the drugstores ftir more drugs nt the
mine rnte us that given the Territorial
lloaid of Health Accord I m; to Dr.
Wayson, a good many dollars were
saves! the taxpayer by tho treating -rff
V-ttlenls nt the dispensary.
Let There Ba Light, Says Berndt.
The Harbor Commission suggests to
the city fnthers that they Install better
lighting facilities along Honolulu's
waterfront. It may be done provided
the plant Is Inct eased,
Residents of ijiillck nvenue asked for
a better roadway, claiming Hint tin'
street has been allowed to go to ruin
It's up to the road committee.
Supervisor Dwlght said lie bad
leal ncd that rubbish and debris from
the ree'iit banana campaign bad been
allowed to ttit along; Dowsett lane for
months. The stench vvns proving u
nuisance to the residents McClellnu,
who cssnjed tho role of spokesman for
Chairman Kriigir of the sanitation nod
health committee, believed that the
mutter might receive attention.
Chairman Divlght took n elechUd
stand iiwtinst the extravagance willed
he claims Is lucorporivled lu the new
uppropilatloii bill, whli It lueludes Heme
calling for the pure'hase of twenty
thousand dollars' worth of motor-
ell Iven trucks or a lit os. When the roll
was calleit for the second leading eif
the measure, he cast his vole with Low
In the negative.
(lu motion of Low, the cure of school
buildings ami the distribution of sup
plies was transferred front City and
County Hnglneer (lire to Hiilbllng und
I'luinbliiK Inspector Mleblsteln
'.his month to glvo Instruction to the
pon commissioned o Ulcers and men of
the Maul nnd llavvull organizations.
Y. Tnkukuvva. n progressive Japan
ere meichunt of this city, makes un
announcement today that he will add
the general commission business to
his already largb Institution, and lu
tho futui o will bo icady to act an
agents for firms that desire to trans
act business with the Jnpenes people
Canadian Pacific Claim Ncjver Lost a
Accoidlng to advices from Yoko
liniua tho salvor a expected to have
ihn Btrandled liner Kmpicss of China
illoat by the end of November. The
vcbscI had been pumped out, tho ih-
yliig room had been overhauled ntic!
new piston icids had arrived. To snvo
the big liner a channel had to be
blasted front the vcsspI to deep wntoi
Although no word has been iccelveil
of the llngr's having hern llnale.l,
there Is no lenson to believe that tho
attempt will bo other thnn successful,
Salvage operations havo been very
expcrulve, hut the Cauadlau Pacllle
8leamslilp company will have main
tained Its lecord of having novcr lost
a passenger ship.
Big Business on Oriental Lines.
Reports lecolvod from tho Coast aro
io tho effect that tho demand lu China
and Japan, but chlolly In tho hitler
country, for lumber and fondstulfa
Horn this side of tho Pacific, Is at-,
tabling pioportlotM similar to tho vo
lunio of trade which (llstlngulshcd Hie
(ier.vlco six and seven years ug.o, Tho.
exporters In nil IradeB aio exccedlng-l
ly active and while theno aio gravo!
IniiblB as to what the conditions In.
China aro to be with tho coutluunuco
of rebellion, gencinl confidence, is ox.
,ncssed with the outlook lor o steady
and piospoioun oversea trade with Ja
pan. Sevoral extra boats have been
lived by companies, in Ibe tinnsparillo
trado to handle) tho Inciciseil business.
Per stmr. Mniitin Kea, fiom llllo via
Any ports, .Inn. . S. D. Ilanies and
lfc. J. S. AlcCniidless nnd wife, .miss
II. Ilnrgear, Mrs. IX A. Ilnrgear, Capt.
Kllbey-Slewuit und wife, Itev. 1).
kudder and wife, II. Warren, J. Do
lor, Dr. A.. H. Clarke, Misses Forrest
(2), It, K. Hotline, .Misses Smllli Ul.
Mrs. C. II. Plorce. F. II. Smith und
wile. W. W. limner and wife, F. F.
Hell, L. F. Tinner, W. A. Wellborn,
A. H. Wellborn, Mrs. W. F. Drake
cud daughter, M, Kulici, Jus. Kcakl,
Misses Mulr (2), Master M. Mulr, A.
1. Slovens, L. Holmes, W. Coney, fl.
..loir. J. Molr, O. A. Ilemdl, A. Mc
Dullle, Mnsler It. 0. Walt, J. Al. Watt,
T. Osorlo, W. McDougall, John Kal,
Miss F. .Miles, .1. Wery, M. O. San
chez. Mis. F. M. llerg, Missus Ronton
12). Miss I). Taylor. Mrs. J. II. Me-
Xeuzlo and sou. Miss M, Wight, It
J. Uaker, Master Ji D. Hond, K. Uond,
0. K. Ktiuano, Miss M. .Merrill, H.
Horner, J. L. (lllson, II. P. Campbell,
Daniels, Mrs. M. Dait, Mrs. M. I.o-
nohlvvn,' It. Frlcke, J. Jtirgenseu, Mas
ter 1L Spencer, .Miss Clowes, .vnsses
Prltchard (2), A. W. Collins, II. A.
L'nlilwln, J. P. Foster, 1). Wudswortli,
,, Wndsworlh, T. Sopor, W. U. Hall,
It. A. lluwdcn. K. Shim, It. Shim, II.
Fuuuke, Y. Yoshlda, W. Knight, Miss
F Carter, .Miss Ilcmpstcd, Mm. S. W.
loderer. Miss A. Shnvv, S. T. Can,
II. C. Senile, Master A. Soulo, Miss
D. Ilennlng, A. C. Ollvorn, .Misses tllbb
12), J. Ilapllsle nnd wife, U (lay, K.
(lay, A. Itclmaun, (1. II Dunn, Jr., F.
Per P. M. S. S. MoiiKiiIJa, fiom Mil-
n'la via Hongkong ami Japan ports
For Honolulu: C. A. Rostrum, D.
Damon, Miss M. Damon, Miss K. (lo
ck e. A. K. Schcnck, Mrs. A V. Schcnck
7. II. tachunck. Sin Chulice, .Mrs. s
UshlJIma, K. C. WoodhoiiEe, Mis. !:.
C. Woodliouse, I jean Lelbes, Milton F.
Stcliiellcr, Tliiotigli: Itev. J. S. Adams,
Mrs. .1. S. Adams, Diull Adlcr, Mm.
i:. L. UojdHtun, W. C. llunuer, C. II
Carter, li A. Cobey, Mrs. Anna Cope,
Mrs. P. L. Corhln ami 2 children, J.
P. Davis. Mrs. J. P. Davis and 2 chil
dren, F. K. Ducoy. Hug link Tung,
Mrs. F. Fields, O. S. Hall, Mrs. (I. S.
Hall, K. C. Hammer, Jr., Mrs. K, 11.
Ilnnd, (1. A. Hclmlcks, A. II. Johnson,
F. II. Knox, S. II. I.lftell, .Mrs. H. II.
t.lltel nnd 3 children, (1. II. Llttlefleld,
Miss L. McCailer. A. J. McDcmuldI.
Mlnuulcz, Mm. J, Mlrundez, J. II
Mulr, Mis. J. II. Mulr and child, I.t.
K S. Root, U. S. N.. W. II. Sullivan,
It. K. West, Mm. R. K. West, Mrs.
'lice M. Williams, A. (1. Wolr, Mrs.
II. C. Douncls, II. C. Donucls, Jr., II.
Ciuitner. A. IC. (Iravatt. Mrs, F. W.
Home, Samuel, Hoiowilz, II. C. Un
wind and servant, Mrs. 11. C. Howard,
K. Igiichl, Hen W. .Mcintosh. Mm. Hon
W. Mcintosh, Miss Maiy .lost, W.
I'lunson, Mrs. S. D. lllukcr, II. Sa
kata. M. Schuyler, Mrs. M. Schuyler,
T. TokiidulJI, Miss Mrn A. Veazey.
Per slmr. Kliinu, for Maul and way
ports, Jan. 5. Miss Kingsbury, Miss
Alice Harper, Miss Alien, Miss 11.
Kiihn. Wong, Mrs. M. I.awience, Mrs.
lus. Irenla, Mrs. IC. lona, Mrs. IC.
David. Abraham lakoba, Henry A.
lialdvvln, 11. M. Alexander, J. Ilullon
and wife, M. Pacheco. Mrs. Pnehcco
and five children, .Mis. Hyiue, Mist
Pit stmr. Manila Kea, Tor llllo, via
way Kirts, Jan. 0. Mrs. Henderson,
W. T. Fiost, Miss Hopkins, It. C I,y
decker, T. W. Cane, Mrs. Lamsoti, Ur.
Wood nud wife, II. W. Ilnillo ami
wife, J. II. Cnstlo, T. Osnkl. J. llutlou
nnd wife, llughcs Comedy Conipany,
Mrs. Lelhohl, Miss lllslmp and Miss
Per alujr. Kllauea, for Kona and
Kan ports, Jan. 12. Miss IC. Sanders.
I3lx, sailed from Honolulu for Seat
tle, arrived Dec. 13.
lKiui, fiom Honolulu for Manila, ar
rived Jan, .11.
Fhermun, sailed from Manila for Ho
nolulu for San Francisco, Den. 20.
Sheildan, sailed fiom Sail Francisco,
fvr Honolulu, Jan, 5.
Crook, at San Francisco.
nuford, at San Francisco.
Warren Stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas sailed from Honolulu for Mn-.
nlln, arrived Dec. 2.
FOR BUSINE8S AND
Alexander Young Bldg