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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 9, 1912.
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RBMRH ' PSRfflBHI
p- j .svn-wi"rrnciii mr":-ar
lluiinliilii I lrl Degree-.
Ifaiullali S-inuil llemee.
1 1 ititlu I u ('nniin.iinli rv
Regular 1 it-1 .i I t:i 1 ! ir.
(Ii unite- I liM llcirnc.
I,i t Whim ( li.iplt r ci. 3.
I). I). S. Ifi.-iil.ir.
Al rlclttnx mem turn ol Uo
Order r cordially Invited to
attend moptlriKO of local lodges
Heft on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. H.
tfARINE ENGINEERS' ot i0.
ftKEFICIAL A5Sor.IATiOH. ci.tion, cor.
' TVM. HcKlNLTJY L0DOI. 20. 8,
E. of P.
Mii orery 2nd And 4tb Saturday
mltig t 7:30 O'clock In K. ct P.
Hell. cur. Pott and Rcretaiila. Vlilt
m brothers cordially Invited ts at
Hnd. F. F. KH.IIUY. C. 0.
K. A. JACOIlSON, K. K. 8.
aONOLULll LODGE. 618. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodt No. tsl. 11. P. O.
i.llti, uiciti lu their hall, on RIdk
Stret, near Fort, ivery Friday ve
tting. Visiting Urothan aro cordially
"nvlted to attcni.
n V It. ISENUEIin, K R.
OCO T KMIKllHI., See. ,
HAWAIIAN THIOli NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
.Meet" evtry first and third Tuesday
or t-ueli month In lYale-rnlty llnll, I. O.
U !' building Visiting brothers cor-
dllly,)liil(il li ulUn.L ' , ' 'J,
Hi:Nll"i A AHe'll. IMc hem.
Leil'lK A I'l.llllt, ' of It
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. ol P.
Mi ii every flrM und third Friday ut
T S o'clock, l'jtlil.m llnll. corner Hire
tuntn und Fort Klrerti. Visiting broth
era ciiullully Invited lo nttend.
h DCCKKR, C. C.
o. hum:, k. of n & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140. I. O E.
Mitts on second and fiiurth Wednes
day evening of enrh month ut 7'20
o'clock, In Sin Antonio Hall, Vineyard
htret, neir Umina VI tiling lirothera
htii United to uttsnil
I'. IIIOOINS. W 1'
' WM ('. M'COY. Secy.
L-'dvv:ird I.nrle, the noted Psychic of
Kan Crunchen, who for over twenty
ye-tr-i tin l.eeti prominently Identllled
Willi Hie Sph ltluIl1lM hoi Ii ties of Amer
Im, lie Iji llniinhiln nnd "III ilcmnn
Mriile i vi h! phenomena, etc Splrlt
uiil uiImi, mi nil initterN given Dally
Hi tn 4. I'i'iiinx" by appointment Tel
ephone "'ir: or at residence. 782 Klnnu
Blrwt. ilniiiil Science every Thursdiiy
r:ve, X o clock CODU-tf
Importer Fort St
Milton &. Parsons
THE LATEST IDEAS IN
Tort Street Upttairt, In Boiton Block
10'7 NUUANU STREET
Up-lo-dato Millinery and Men's ll.ila
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
Many Promotions In Pacific Mail Service as Result of the
Additional Tonnage Malina Kea Sailed With Volcano
Visitors Navajo May Call at Hilo for Hardwood Ties
Lumber Schooner Returns to Jhe Sound Skipper Kelly's
Ship In Pilikia.
IlrltlHli ollliera will buWIp the destln.
t of tin- rnentlj ptirchnRed 1'nclfle
Mall Btiatnslilp Nllo with tint pxie
lion nf those Mho linx lo do with tho
inn of mrgo und pnxeiiKcrs, to It
' repoitid on hoatd Hit? hlg liner
Miimhurla wlilch iirrhid from Snh
1'iaiii Ikio tills niornliii;
I. T. llhioiner, u will known ofllilnl
nlio for )enrs has been IdcntllUd with
I he riulfli Mall In the Panama ser
vile has been appointed lo the pur
ser's ollite In the Nile The latest ud
ilillon to the Pacific .Mall Meet Is be
lieved to have sailed fiom Unidoii and
ihoiild arrive at Hongkong (he first
part of l'(hri!aiyr and In ample time
id be 'hjMtthcd on the maliUii voy
line to San Franrlseo by the vviiy of
in pa n ports and Honolulu on or about
1'nrnor Illootner la ninklng the trip
to the l!ast as a passenger In the Man
i Inula He Is an ollUial destined to
le populat with tiaiiF-I'aillk' travel
cm and lonfesscd this morning that
tills w.'is his Ural visit, to Honolulu,
Dr. P.. tl Cooklnhiim hna reeelrcd
die :iijioiiitnuiit of slilji siirgeon In
the Nile. Ho also la u .passenger In
ihe Mnmlitlrla for Hongkong.
!' Covvlrlih, who la well known to
I'.onoljilu' nhl(pilnli' fraternrty, ai ihf
former "htondxitfper ln the Mamhiirln
litis In en given n well ifiwrved )ro
inollon tu the iilllcn of fn Ight i lerk
In Ihe Nilt He w 111 Join that Ves.il
it llinigkoili?, ni, a im'senger In thr
Mrs. Helurd. who has lieeii asi.ocl
tied with a niimbi r of tr.ina 1'ai.lllc
liinlH in the iiipniit) of stevvardei ,
la going to Hougkung to take lip hu
diltitk ill Ihe Nile
'Ihe Nile will ntnin her llrltlsh icg
islry and Iheirfnie be hailed fiom
,uieitlug otlier than hiover iasMii;
g ra bilvviin llonuliiln and San 'raii
hio 'Die atcnmshiji Is favorably
siioken of In shipping cln lea ami ll.e
inlval of the bleamer at tbla poll
ulong in Mar. Ii will be awaited with
loiisiilutihif lull ri'bl.
The Mnnehtiria lame to her birth
ut Alnkea whaif shortly liefoio !l-:i0
'hla morning. There la a lemrd IM
of passengers for Honolulu, a largo
luient.ige being tourhlH who hull
fiom i oast jiolntH from K.m Diego to
One hiiudied and two cabin pasbin
I'.rr8 lift tho vessel at this port. Theie
wiro seventeen In tho mioui! ihica
end 'i AslalltH In tho stierago for
The Main hut la baa n fairly large
iled tlirciigh llkt nf pasaengera In
iludlng S cabin, 12 hetoiid and u'l
The Mnnihiirl.i la to sail for the
l'..r Kibt at five o'clock tills arternoon,
bill before this hour 39 1 Ioiir general
aigo will be illhchargeil nt Alakea
Tlie Manchurln In known as the car
rival ship on this trip, tho steamship
being diverted to Manila wheic a linn,
'lied oi mom vlsltora to the big Phi
lippine mi nival will embark at Shan
glial The vessel can lea In transit a
inige cargo amounting to Woo tuna of
hlch n lingo portion will bo dis
charged at Manila.
Purser J. P. Iloiirno greeted tho
(iiniantlne, Immigration, customs ofti
dais and newspaper men thla morn
I'lg after having spent two months
on hliimi during which time Im visited
his old home. Ilnurua received the
dnc ere coiignitiilatlona of his host of
f i 'ends on his return to duty
Tin usual dedi spoils and saloon
entertainment mled during tho tilp
i own fiom tho Coast Tho weather
vas pronounced a delightful all the
way down The Miiiiehurla hi ought
W.C. Peacock& Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
( Schlitz Beer
TO RETAIN '
ON STEAMER NILE
mall amounting to 3G2
Andrew Welch Xearl) (lues Alituc.
While attempting to make port eaily
esterday morning after completing a
voyago from Honoliiii In 21 daa the
.Matsbn Navigation compnuy's 1ml;
Andrew Welch, Captain Kelly, nar
rowly avoided drifting afhore nt llak
era llearh on the ninth sldn of the
Coldcu (late during n calm, sas thu
S F. Clnonltle.
Captain Kelly, desiring to fall Into
the harbor without tho aid of a tow.
In pan to enter the strait by tucking
Just niter the vessel passed Mlleltoik
ItglitlimiFc tho wind died down and
the ship became becalmed.
The bark was then dose In toward
the liiaih and the heavy north swell
began to throw the vessel landward.
Several attempts were made to stop
tne tide's progress In throwing the
ship upon tho beach by easting gra;
I'llng nndinra overboard, hut these re
fused to catdi on tho rocky bottom.
Whin It huh seen that the ancliots
votild not hold tho vessel Captain
! lly signaled to lishermin lu "launch.
c.c. Lines wire Immediately made fast
to the aide of tho vessel from tho
smaller boats und thu ship was held
lu' pi.') 'until the iirrlval of a tuc from
inside tho harbor.
Thu Andievv Welch cume lu ballast
and had suvnal women aboard as pas
(liljii .Mam Harder Cniiiiiills Sulilile.
IMcr Ithorlotk, a barber lu thu Jap
anese line r Chiyo Mam, and well
known to many at tho port of Hono
lulu committed suicide ut Hongkong
on nieadoii of Hie last visit to thai
roil, according to reporta brought
here In Ihe Pncillc Mall Mongolia.
Uhorlock is said to have become men
Hilly deiiiligud through melancholy,
r-lnshcd his throat wllh a razor lu hia
loom The unfortunate man was ilia
covered dtad by hlR Chinese boy t-oou
after the raeli act, lie had held hla
head over a basin In order that his
life's blood might not stain the loom,
Ind then lay down on his aide to ex
pire, lthoilod; was well known on
the tiaiifiucllli run, and wan former)
head baibei at the Occidental Hole1,
He wus 10 years of ago. nnd la said
to he survived onl) hj nil aunt llv
Ing In Snn Francisco. The renuilua
vere burled nt Hongkong.
Itelii 1 Flags mi the Mniirliiirta.
Thero Is a Chlneso rebel ling on
board tho Paollfe Mall liner Mam hu
llo which c.iiiiu Ihto port this morn
ing that Is declared far surpussus the
regulation shirs colors In slro and
Thla nag was unfurled from the
lifter mrtst Just before the departuro
of the big ninll boat from thc'tloldcn
(late elty nnel Its uiijiearaneo resulted
lu n lusty cheer arising from a thou
tarn! countrymen who had taken pass
ago for China. It la stated that with
cub succeeding depajture of steameu
from San Francisco for the Far Kast,
lew Chinese red flag of rebellion Is
1'ianlfest In Increasing numbers. Wllh
the- illwijiiMpranco of tho steamer fiom
view the Hags nio folded up and re
turned to their owneis throughout the
ImmeiiM- I'ollon Slilpnicnt.
Oil board tho Pacific Mall liner Man.
(hurla now at this poit Is said tu be
olio of tho largest shipments of cot
Ion thut has crossed the Pacific lu
many months. The (Otton to tho
amount of fifteen thousand bales are
lo ho ellFcliarged at Japan pons For,
Manila thero Is a consignment of
threkt thousand railway ties.
TIDESSUN AND MOON
I IB B l - V t 'r ti
' rS -r S p s o i
ITS- Ja ii i o s 5
h. I3ia3s It f I X
? r j f.
J in la lp in. i, di
e 1 4- is cm j 5 ii o.co6Miui
t jj o i t i on e wj it k ii i;
It) 101 ,3 10 41 ,1m i 04, e 4e s a; .
I - ,a in I
ll ii r-i; 4 i 4 lift a) V.w oil
l TI (I) l". 0.WJ f-MI 1 04
11 uij ic lei: r.iu sui cio U'n is;
H t i,' ,g BOI e)) fl4! S4H 3 SI
Last ciinrter of the moon Jan 10.
73; lu a 4u 7
-C n ra, 71; S a. in ,
, noon, 70; morning
linronletET, S n In, 30 01; nbaoluto
cubic foot; lolntive humidity, 8 n. in,,
OS lier tent; dew point, 8 ft in., 00.
Wind 6 n in., velocity 7, direction
8. K.: 8 a in., velocity 3, direction K ;
10 n in, velocity , direction K.J
noon, velocity 13, dhectlon 8. K.
Ilalnrnll dtirlug 21 hours ended 3 n
in., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hourn ended at noon, 107 miles.
VESSELS 10 AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special ruble to .Merchants'
TiicmIii), .l.inii.irj !l.
VICTOUIA Arrived Jan a S S.
Zenlandln, hence Jau 2
YOKOHAMA-Sailed, Jan !l S 8.
Ten)o Marti, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived. Jan. '.
S 30 u m. S. 8. Wlllii'linlna, heme
8 8. iManehurla sails from Alaltca
wharf for Yol.ohuma at ,', p. m
J. K. Durrton of the Holt .Manufac
turing company la going to the Orient
in tho Manchurln He Is taking with
hi ni a traction engine as a sample of
Three thousand Ions of army and
navy supplies will be discharged at
JVnnlla during the five or six ilaja
that the Manchuila Is to" remain nt
thu Philippine cupltal and during the
life of the carnival.
Twenty live Philippine Insular gov
eminent employees nre en loute to
f. atlons an pasaengera In the Manchu
ila llarhuriuiislrr nt Tiikn Is Here.
A visltoi lo Honolulu today was
(leorge Knu. who la tho harbormaster
at the jiort of Tnku, the iolnt of en-1
try for shipping destined to Tientsin.!
Mr Knox has been on an extended i
visit to the mainland and ns the nioie1
or leas al inning repoita coiuerullig
depiedatloiiH of the rebel fonea t-lfted
-nto the st-ites ho decided to ret n in
to his iui-t of duty Knox la an ap
pointee of the Chluesn Imperial guv
eminent ami he will endeavor to ea
lahllali louncsilona with tho provi
sional government now lu power
Mlaiie.i I'riiin koiui n ml Kan.
Tho lull r Island ctenmer I'llaiici
fiom Kona and Knu porta was an ar-
ilvul at Honolulu thla morning with n
large unmix r of jiassbngera ami a
general cargo Including sugar, entile,
' "''I "" 01"',' ,I"'H "r l"0'l"'ls
from the big Island
Tho Kilauea will be dispute lied for
vvliiilw.iid Hawaii ports at noon on
Filday, Inking shipments of lumjiii'
nnd feitllber. "
Mania Harl.1 Iteilclr. for .Sea.
The American oil tanker Santa Ma
rie has about completed the dhchnrgu
cf a shipment nf fuel oil nt thla ioit
and will bo ready fdr departure for
Illlo tomorrow, Tho Santa Maria will
ufler having left oil and distillate at
the Hawaii port, return to Poit Hart
ford. Sparks Finn! the Mlrt-lfos.
A wireless message was received laU
'veiling 'fiom the Pncillc Mull liner
Mongolia en route to thu Coast ns fol
P. M. S S. Mongolia, en routo to
Ran rraiiclwi) 8 p. in. 18U miles out.
lu lubpoiiMi lo a hurry-up call from
Hie Seaside Hotel thla morning, Di.
Herbert went out there to attend n
child, who was aueiclenly taken sick.
This afternoon, tho child was doing
well, nciorelliig to the matron of the
UoM- . - . 1 iWi
And homo of our oldest enllegq!"
Rtlll letaln Iholr fiitMilllcs
Tho majority ofniiibiollo thluvea
'no horinweis In dlagiilsi
Mtiuy a man's aiiccesa a duo to
his iiblllty to use other men's bruins.
Having n wife who altR down nnlilm
oicusliiiidlly s a wonderful help to u
nun's self eoutiol.
If nii urn a iiultter don't begin
Mi e oinl thoughta often act u mental
Many a in.iu imstea (he ngu of dis
ci it Ion In ton. reaching It.
Novel glvci up hopo IJveii n inar
rleel man litis n llRhtlng Uuilice
A weiin.iii boiista of her limn closet
even If II Is but an old pine box
A iiKin isn't iic.eeKs.crlly n mxiujir
becniine lio lias miiio money than
Per P. M S. 8. Manthtirla, from
San Franclsc o For Honolulu: Mr
A J A damn, Mrs Thos. Alicarn, T (1
Andreu, Jlra. T (1 Andrea, O C. liar
tils, Mia. a. C. llartela, R. W lirad
ley, Mrs. U. W. Ilrailley, V. (hay
llrowu, Dr. Wm. Hurt, (lea. de 8. Ca
navnrro, (I, I). Center, Mrs. C. M. K,
Clarl.o and maid, Mrs,-E K. Davla,
IT A, Day, Mr. C. A. Day. Mlsa li.
Dlckert, W. Dnlzehbcrg, II. C renu,
Mrs, II C. Fenn, i: 1. French, Mrs.
H L. French, Cnpt. A. II. (lrniiniii,prvlcn was dually obliged lo turn
.Mrs, A. Ii (Irahain, Master (1. arnliuni,',!B,i from the rail and mount the
Miss Knlharlno (Iralinni, Miss I C
Hughes, II. h. Hunt, It. W. Ilusled.
Prof. T A. Jaggar, Wm. Kelly, Mra.
II M Kinsley, Mlsa Nellie Ijimhert,
.Miss Clrneo l.nmhcrt, -Mra, Thos. I.n
velle, .Mrs. Tlios. l.avelle, C II. Mars
oen, Mrs. C. II. Marrden, Miss K.
Marsden, II. II, Mayer, (leo. K. Mayer,
Mra F. W. .Moore, Capt I). C. McDoli
gal, Mrs. 1). C McDoilgal and Infant,
I). C M McDougal Jr and nurse, W
I Montgomery, .Mrs. W. F. Jlotilgom.
ery, S II Moses, 8, Pclscr. Mra. I
J. Pclletler. J II. Perry. Mlsa Iluth
lualn, J. I.. Robertson, Mrs. J. Itoli
erts. W F. Robinson, Mrs. W. F. Itob-
Inson, Milton ltouss, II. Baxl, .Mrs. J.jeard with nn armorooa contingent of
D. Selty, O. C. Solder, Mrs. O. n Sel-.the jouth and flower of Honolulu
rer, Mrs. Fannie Simpson, Mrs. K. C'
Smith, .Mrs. II. O. Stahl,, Miss Doio
thea 8tnhl, Master (lllmore Stahl, Mis
J W Speer and Infant. .Mlsa Jeanclte
Speer, Mater James Sieer, W. II.
Stoc Mititn, Mrs. W II. SlocLlinm, Allsa
Violet Stocvcr, .Mrs. M. W. Tint and
eivant. Master 11 (1. Tint. Dr. Wm
Treses. Mrs. Win. Trcncy, Miss Louise
Treacy, 1). Whltcoinh, Mra. D. Wlilt
comb, Mra. K. 1 K. White, Mrs. II. F.
Wlehmnn, Miss Stephanie Wlthman,
Miss Klolse Wlchman, W F Williams,
F W. Wright, Mrs. F. W. Wright, Mlssjwlll lie gone a fortnight nnd tho lit
Mmyra Aston, Mrs. II. A. Hate, Miss
Winifred Hate, MUb Mornn Hale', Mlp.1
11. Dolf, Dr J. II. Harvey, .Mrs. J. II.
l'arvey. .1 F Zleg'ler, .Mrs. .1 F Zleg
ler. Thiough: M. C McDonald nnd
-ervant, Miss I ulit A. Miller, (1 Knox,
i: A. AMsworth, W II. Collins. T. W."
Coverston, Mra. T. W Coverslon, H,
Cromwell, Mrs. H. Cromwell, Master
V.. Cromwell J. J. Ciirran, O. J. Der
ham, It. A. Urlusd, I. M. Heos, Mrs.
R. I- Jones ami Infant, Mlsa Mildred
Jones, n J. Lane, F Is. Manderlleld.
T. S. Hachran, Mlsa A. P .Meredith,
.1. M. Ray, II (1. Reed, W C. Iteili
llng, Mra. It. II. Ilhoadcs nnd Infant,
F. IZ. Schneider, Mlsa U W'llheliu, II.
C Wllniot, Mr II. C. Wllmot. Master
It. C. Wllrhot, J O. Winger,, Mra. Mae
Wood. Master r.itv Itiikn Wood," Mrs.
(ieneivlevo II Wright, O. I Young.
Atlas Hliindie AIiikWoiHi J. T lllodm
er, II. I-:. Ilrooks, I! Ilrooka. Mi.D.
F llrookH, W W. t'adbury, Mrs. W.
W Ciidhinj, A. II Chevalier, .Mra. A.
R Chevalier. J F Cumins, Frank l
Cooklnh'itli, (I II. Coive Jr.. Cowlrlcli,
J I. Ililrpton, Miss Amy Hebard, Dr
J F Kelly. Mrs. J. F, Kelly. Alias
i:iiab. th Kelly, .Mns,ter F. Kelly. J.
II Kern, .Mlsa Maiy A Keei Alias
Frances Ale Cray, C D Morgan, .Mra.
C. 1) Morgan, C Morgan, .Ir, Culver
Morgan, J W Htelwngoii, .Mrs J. W.
Slidnngou, Mia. J I Vlveu, Airs. W.
Mel) Fox, .Miss J.inct Fox
t IMSSIIMIIIItS TioOKKII
Per P M 3 S Miiiidiiirla, for .la
pan and China orts, Jan !l Airs. 13
A llioadley, Dr ,v' II. Claik. W .1.
Cioss. J (I Cunirtle, W J Cray, Mis.
J. Ilenders Dr W W Irwin, Mrs.
W W. Irwin, Win Aiailln. Ji , Alia
Win .Martin, Alias W I! Alaiten. C
Al Swift, Allss 1) Williams.
' PROBE MAIL
(Continued from Page 1)
be taken up us soon us tho lni-l tlianln
have settled upon the new regime.
Aleuiiwhlle the pcistoflico Is the tar
get of much erltlel-eiu
Yc sic relay one of tho lending busi
ness men of the elty, whoso mall
iiiiioiiuta to hundreds of litters a month,
le-elare-d thut conditions ut- liwumo
almost Intolerable,, Instancing thn fuel
thut letters nru soihetlniia ildlvcied1
two or thtee days nftcr being received
Postmaster Pratt snjs Hint luck of
room Is li-impci lug the postal work to)
an enormous extent. Some changes uni
iilii'udv coiitinipluti'il In the urrungu -
uic lit of moms unit Ihivi's tli.it mm- r.
llnvc the situation somewhat but iiin
tint t.li.ai. ... i. .1., u ..h.i ...... ..,,...
......,, j ,,j ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, L'Airil'
slvo changes will h deliived perhaps
for months bv reel tune nt W'nslilncton.
Air Piutt Is eontemplatlng making 'S""" I'nc-Itlo .UhIM'Iuuikcs.
changes In the stulrrnse running up to1 ' il- Orcgoiy, is now freight clerk'
the second story of the building, lii '" llle ''" -all liner Alnne Inula,
order le. provide more elbow-room '" ,he PofIiIoii formerly occupied by
iliivviiHtiilrs und more space of boxes lM' iiaeV '" " Iwcn lt-o:iiot,eil to
The stairway mas be run up on thai1'"' olmo of ""'-,el ' ll1" I'onamn llu-l
optioslto side of the building, In tlid "r' Sn" Jnw- R ""'y- I" now Rtoio
ullonuy bctwee-n tho postotiicu an I, UeWT ' ' .Manchuria, he having
Honolulu Ilnle. the illlnild.ited govern-1 ,aUn ,H- llnt, vacated by J Cowl I
nient building that wits ones. the. olllce rllh' ''ho '3 oi"K "' ,0 tl1" Ba- '"
The. mall ircelvccl In this elty this
morning made one well known llnno-
llllatl hnilliv In tbtli II lintni-bl llm
...... .. ... .... ,(. ,,,., II,,D.,,, Ill.ll
fctatlnn grounds and whurves, when
-,.., iv.io uni) ii in. Hum, nc-iore no Ihe navy moves to Pearl Harbor, have
oHH.ijeil the natty navy blue unlforiii'lieeii levlved din lug the past few dayn '
ff the ciiBtndhn or tho iienco aloud nj However, Iho sloiy from Wushliiglon
Honolulu walerfront, vvns a member ortn the clTeet that Lellehua Is nrter alll
one or the glaas lilovveis unions on. to ho tho site of tho peim.inent linr-l
the malnlauil 'Muck1-' was the lecl
jilcnt or neatly engiavcd and Ilium.
mated ciedentlnls from the hind ollho
this morning, which docutnent he
litl.es nun h iirlde lu displacing and
one that will later adofh his apart-
It was very touching.
That sailing of the Inter Island flag,
ship Manna Ken for Hilo and way
ports along Maul this morning
Captain "Dad" Freeman, veteran
nastcr that lie la In the lnter-lshuiil
companion ladder to tho navigation
It required a stout heart to give
that whistle1 cord a Jerk which sound
en tho ttme-llmlt on the last sad fare
well lingering earesa or the final tir
pjilll which followed on the wharf he
low. Honolulu I.odpe No. 23, of the
Chosen Order of Amalgamated Stage
Door Johnnies, In goodly and gallant
array, wero at the Maunu Ke.i de
parture there to speak a parting wniil
lo the now saddened bevy of eight
winsome (horn's glrllen who for two
months jiast dinve heeli a drawing
All the old familiar faces noted nt
the nijotl theatie "bald-liend low'
were lined up at tho water side and
'ho heaving of sighs was only eclips
ed by the exhaust of steam from n
nolfome winch which hauled In tho
rible us the steamer pulled away from
Tho Hughes Comedy Company,
which has gladdened tho heart of more
than nno local "Johnnie" Jiave now
departed for Wallukit and Illlo. They
ie "glooms" now stalk the streets of
Ilonollilit nnd frequent some nf the
downtown linmits of mankind, lu n
most nrrognnt manner
Tho theatrical company will soon
after the return, depart for the Orient,
The Manna Kea carried n large mini
llr of volcnnel tourists. This vessel
was supplied with n portion of (he
recently arrived mainland mall Tho
Irelght list waa u large one Including
(.enerous ahlpmeuts of supplies to Is!
and plantations. A number of late
arrivals among the Immlginuta were
(cut lo Island plantations in the
ON THE LIMINE
The AlntFOii Navigation steamer I.ur
line to nail fiom San Franclrio tumot
row with u huge general cargo and n
i.umber of passengers lor Honolulu b
I rulli ted will ii uli.ilily become lu
tomb with the Island wlrelccs station
ut a far greater ellstaneo on thla vo
ego than formerly Tin- l.inllno Is to
lecelvo a brand new Installation of
.Marconi vvlielesa sttcm which has
hut ii'ceutly entered the Held The
steaine-rs ojiernle d by the Canadian
Australian lino have during tho past
two months been eipiimiod wllh the
Murtpnl svstem whldi has called for
the muov.ll of Ihe Hulled Wireless
The San Piuuilscn Mniconl r-latlon
lias been OhlalilUlnd at Forty-lhlrd
livenue uud Clement Mreet and tho
Hut waves of thn Marconi system
soon will bo In communication wllh
ill vessels plying up und down the
Pt'clllc tonsL Arrangeiuenlri me 1m
Itig made by tho agents of the wlrelctj
company with a laigo number of
'"I'"'V IttltlU IIIIMIIIVI HI . i . f. ,
htiamslilji owners whoso vesR,.s niel"m "'' " ,"' ,,nw" tomorrow
plying out or this port to have the
Alarcoul system placed alio ml.
It la stated that a eoiiti.iet has been
Mudo with thn Hates & Cheicliiongli
Sli'mnshlp cuniiaiiy by the .Mnrionl
pcojile, wherediy the new system will
bo Installed aboard five vessels of that
This may mean a war between the
Wlrelesa companies now doing bus.
i.ess on the coast and the Alarcoul or-
At tho tlmn nf thn departure of the
Pacific .Mall liner Mam hurla from the
. coast port, tho workmen had Just
I about completed the installation nr
lltl III I IIIK" i "'' I" ' "uinunii tiu.i JilBt. .. --..
that mny re- about completed the Installation or1 ' , . , ",0 80,",, of ,,,e "l,,m vaw'1
ivhat but ei.n'lho Mare mil syatem In tho i.urline. Itt""" '""'" """" "'' Iu,,,1''
tho Mnreoiif syatem In thn I.urline. Itf
Iff linsflllilo Hint n i linn,-,, nf mii.rnlni.i.1
' , - ------ .- ..H..n. ... ..,.. ...,.,. f
In tho Alnlson voascls will folfuw.
' ' "'
lose tne position of freight cleric In,
Old rumors of the imsslble ineuna
llou bv Hut nunv nf ll, ,iumI .,.nl'
rncks, printed lu another column of
today's 11 ul lot In, rallicr minimizes1
tho Impoitaiuo of the navy yaid'
Hooxt Hie Floral Parade and help
Arrangements nra pinctlcnlly complete-
for tho icstimptlnu nf the tliree
Hte inner service lieio on tho Oceanic
line, nceorcling to news letelved today
fiom Sun Fianclaco.
F S. Somuela of J. I). Hpioekols &
lliothers (onipany, Han f'r.uiclsco,
has iiltiined fioiii Washington, where
he completed urrniigements for tho
lesuinptloti of the Ocennlc Stoninshlp
company's service between Sim Finn
Cisco unci Sydney, Tho ships mi the
inn will he operated In uccoiiIjiico
with tlio law of Aloreh 3, 1MI, which
grutitB ii malt subsidy of $2 it mile to
vessels known ns second class auxil
Piesidcnt Tuft, says Samuels, man
ifested great Interest In the develop
ment of this tritdo route, with thn de
tails nf which ho showed n gtent fa
miliarity. The President eonsldeied
the resumption of this service as p.u
tlcularly Important for tho reason
that the ships will make regular calls
at Pago Pago, where the United States
maintains a naval station, which, with
thu opening of the Panama canal, will
assume Increased Importance an a
muni outpost Biipplcmeiitiiry In Pearl
The ophulng of tho peroml term nf
the i elocutional classes In loiinedioii
with the Y. Al. C. A. last evening
brought the total membership for the
j ear up to 2or.. This remarkable show
if Interest Is considered bolli gratify
ing In point nf numbers and na a tri
bute to the elite lenc y of the eilina
Tonight classes 111 beginning shoit
oailil, tvpewrllln,-, nlgebra, geometry,
tilgononi'llry, bookkeeping, Hip-UfIi
ami grammar school subJisTs, will be
Inaugurated, The grammar school
subjects nie especially det,igned to
meet tho needs of boja uncle r eighteen
yenra of age who have been forced to
leaw school In order lo go to vvoik.
h nl-nnlro the fundnmi htul principles
of a Woikada) education Is the uim
lu this department.
Tho course In show card writing
which will be n new fe-iiuro of the
Rediiul tern), and lu whldi a linen
number of derka in ret ill stores will
Miii l.ille, will open on Thursday
REPORTS FOR DUTY
Captain D (' AlcDongnll, II S Al.
(', iirilveel lu Honolulu thla morning
on Iho liner Muni hurla, und repented
lo .Major Neville, caminulidlug Cninp
Captain AIcDougall has recently
hei'ii on duty at Washington He
was a member or the boaiel for re
vision ol the llilug regulations, and
Is rourlderid nn oxpeit on small aims
wink, having captained the winning
.Marine Coips illlo team at the na
tional shoot. He will command II.
company or tho local battalion. Ho
Is n grandson of Adiulial AlcDougiill.
Dr St D (I Walters, who has not
attended Iho oltlee. slum thn dentil of
Homing, ns usual. It was lenorted
this morning that he was 111; but. In
ipihy nt tho ollhes of Dr. Heibeit to
lay, flldteel the fact that Dr Walter
was well ami that he would he down
at lils deal; tomorrow moinlng.
Schooner Allie Cooke for the Humid.
The. American Bihooner Allco Cooke,
was dlspaldiisl tor Puget Sound last
evening taking ballast only. The
Alice Cooke has discharged n slil-i.
"lent or lumber at this port.
The Federal grniul Jury has ad
Jnuiiied until .Monday nininliig next
when II la expednd to start Investlgn
THE EXPERT TAILOR
Moves to the
flore Tonne ill Dimpli-d
I'J .Milton A; I'm sons
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