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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JAN. 16, 1912.
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I (..hi (li.ipliT Nil. ', (I.
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lliiiinliilii l'lrl llou-ioo.
Hawaiian I'lrvt llcgrer.
lliiiinliilii ( liuplrr, I!. . M.
I'irl'i i Hun SimI.iI.
II. union) ( li.iili r ". I,
O. I . n. IN u'lil.ir.
AM tUltliig members ol tkr
Order r Cordlklly Invited to
attend meeting of loril loctx
Meet on tli
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE FHGINtEBS 0,j;ei Aim
JEHEFICIALAJSnp.IATiON, cution, cor-
W14. XeKINLEY LODaE.-NO, 8.
JC. of P.
efeeu every 2 n J Mtu! Oh Saturday
ir.ulug t 7:30 o'clock lu It. of I'.
Hall, cor. Tort hml HeicUiila. Visit
ing brother cordially Invited t'i at
(id. F. F. K1M1CT, C. C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. R.
HONOLULU LODPE. 618. B. T. 0. X.
flnnalum LodKO No. 01 , U. P. O.
tiki, mcta in tlielr ball, oil Kins
(trect. near Tort, every Friday To
ning. Vhltlug nmtboru are cordially
nvlted to nttc.i!.
d ! n iBKNiinnn, ra u.
OHO T KI.VHOF.U Sea
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1. I. O. R. M.
Meet oviry first nnil third Tuesday
of each month 'ii Frulirnlty Hall, I. O
O. !'. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially liivllt.il In nltend.
IICN'IIV A ASCII. Sachem.
l.til'IH A PHIIHY, nt It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Mi em ove-ry first and llilrd Friday at
7 rn o'clock. I'jlhlnn Hull, corner Ilore
lunlu nnil lint streets. Visiting broth
. ni rnnlii.lly Invltcil to ntttnd.
,. DKt'KKlt, C. C.
o iii:ini:. It of It & S.
HONOLULU AERIE I40. F. O E.'
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day nviuing of chpIi month nt 7:30
o'clock, In Hin Anlonlo Hull, Vineyard
street, near Ilminu. Visiting brother
ru lilt Hi d In attend.
MM jeiNF.S. W I'
JCI.II H V AfeCH. Sccy-
IMunrd Hailc. Iho noli ill I'n chic of
Km li mult i'i, ulm for our twenty
miH li n lieen inninllii nty Identified
w llh tin- HplrlliMllHlH' fix lelies nf Amer
Icn. la In Honolulu nnil will demon
Blinto ihiIiIc ilieiiiiiiH'U:i, tic. Spirit
ual niMto on nil malum kIwii. I) illy
10 tu I, I'MMllnns by appnhiliiunt Vl'il-
iphiiuu SU11 nr nt resldenee, "8J Klnnii
KtreiU iniml Keiincu every 'I Imrmlay
i;e K li'ljlnlt CO'jOrlf
importer Fort St
'Milton & Paroons Phone 3083
Pantheon Hullding Fort fitr.ot
City Transfer Go.
JAS. H. LOVE
CONTEND THAT CITY. SHOULD PAY .
OR HARBOR AND WHARF LIGHTS
Conference Between Harbor Commissioners and City Super
visors now on Chiyo Mam at Hackfeld Wharf; to Sail
for Orient This Evening Manna Kea Sailed With Many
Tourists Likclike an Arrival This Morning.
lliirbor ' nlHHlmiir l' J Slil'ui-
th .sup. ilorH r.l.eii l.nw and Cluix
ruolil, H presuitllli; Hie I iilumllUe nil
. Inlrle lliihlliu:. Willi Supirliitinikiit
I iii.M. u the muulilpal IlKhtliu; plnul
were lu iiiufiieiiee till- miiriilUK In ar
llt at Hiime milt nf Htttlemiut UK In
whlill III. Midi nf the KiiMMIIIiellt xhnllld
l.illil III'' plijlll) lit nf all eltillli' IlKlll
111 f..r llliimliiatliiii nf the illy wall l-
Irniil .mil thu Miirvi,D. ,, il ,
lerrllnrhil AHidlliip l.'lnher Ih rriHirt"-
eif In Iuim 'lllllli'd ilnw'll line ne'lnnltl
tali mi iiIh miliiolllid by the ll.iuall.in
l.h.llle i.'ninpaiiy fnr wrvlees leiuler-
d by' Unit inuririi In 111" rupply nf
el.-, li 1. Il fnr whiif mid wiili-rfimit
IIkIiH II Ik iniilindil Hill when lh
'li II ilnriill '.nirilllti 111 lurueil ner lae
iui.itiu plant In the city mid nullity,
lliin mi. ml that Hi" in.! nf kii-iiliic
tin wiitirfinnt mid wh.irves lli:hlid
Hliniihl h met b the imink li illly
H Im the purpnio nf the. Iliiilmr rum.
iiib-hiiiii mid the i ll mid tniinty inipi r-
x ii. rs In ti mill nuke at huiihi nut-
Nrai Inrj fitllinieiil nf u matter that
Iuim inr Htiitiu time lain a lmne of cou
lintlnu betwiiu thu two hruuiheK nf
The iltv rutin h tn let- thu Ktiind lint
mull r the preril lit rilllditlilllH the lllll
nlelp.il IlKhtliu: plant H carrj Inir all
Hi. HkIiIh hnlh arc and IncaudeM'eiit,
that Is piisxlble with thu limited faclll-
Ik h nt the X nun nil Valle) Htatlon,
The new nppinprlallnii bill kIkiiuI hy
Mid or J J. I'ern calls fnr tlnhtien
thmiMiiid ilnllarK fm the I iintnll.it I'm of
uililltluu.il m.iiliiuii) Whin this Is
le.uly fur njn-r.it km. the city mid iniin-
t) plant will be ulilo tu tiil.u euiu nf
bitweiu fix and hcwii liumlriil uddl
CliiiiL'cs III MiirKliiK lltiois,
Some diniiKi'.H liao been mailp In
marlilm; buoys along tin' toast of
Maul uml Mololial, ilurlne Hie trip of
Iho United Stntcs IIhUUioiiso tender
KiiUnl. The Instnllutlon of can lmo:i
olivlatcH Hip (Duntaiit wukhlni; of
llieso beaioiiH iib (buy nro iliurKcd to
ojicrnto fur W iiioiilliu. At Wnlln-p
mid Sji.irtau recfa tlin holt mid whin
Hint; liuoyii worn siipplnnliMl by cat,
IIrIUpiI bencniis Chances wr-rn iiiailn
lu the KiiiinaKuKal mid Kaliiilul biioya
A trip to Hawaii la mhcdulcd for Hio
Kill. ill at no distant dale followed by
mi Inspcitlnn tour iiIoiik Kauai.
(ill re Is VII Itlulil.
I) II (lllmnrc, who baa been pro
inotid In Hie ullhe of asvlstant In thu
'hljiplni: nllice of (! Ill i.wer a ml Com
uu i eli bulled Hin event by H plea
Iiik sin prise fm (lie wntirfiout upn
bi'iilalhis nf the different uawtipapvlH
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Winesand Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanii Sts.
nf llm dty In that lie had prepared
mall) wrltltu aihame llr.la of pros
peie passeuuera for the coast In
the Oiinnh t-le.iiiialilp Hlerrawhkli a.
to hall for Han Frautlsio at ten o'clock
tomorrow iiuirnliit: The efforla of
Mr nilmore aloui; this line are nimh
I. inline to trrlie TninorroiT Af(ir.
niiiiii. 'i i i
"Aeioi'dlni (a Jfjj't'b'pl tVohl' the Mat
Mill NavTiiatluii. 'steamer i.urlln'i that
V'XM'I Is due to arrhe from San Fran
cltto . tomorrow afternoon, .with :!l"u
kjifs t''ii'iral1 eilKO lrti;luiMiy: 7 auto
iliolillH nlso t9 p;lsKcnfiei- mid a ijuau
tlty of cxurt-HH piattcr .
jWe in it ,l biiulri tons car)
fpC illfi iiarKe, at fcahulul. The l.ur
III la luliiKlnir down' no 'mall The
M'HK'I will dock at the old Mnttnn
Itiisslans fur l'.iaiili.m I'laulnlloii.
Ill lity KueKlaii ImmlKrautH wero
landed at I'niuli.iu on Hid Ult of the
luler-lblaml Ktenmer l.lkellke at that
port The uwvl rcliirneil this morn
lug with din Hacks supir and a amall
ipiantlty of Hundiles. The olflicra re
port a due trip with favorable wiuila
and Kiuooth seas aloui; Hawaii. Hut
clKht hundred Fucks of uiiRar Is re
potted as awaiting phlpincnt at Ku
kiilhavlc. llonokaa lias boon cleaned
Merr.i Salllui; Tomorrow,
With a fair list of jiasfOiiKrrs and
u caruo IncliidliiK more tlimi two Hum
snuil tons siiKiir, iilncapples and nun
dries, the Oceanic steamship Sierra
win no iiiKpaiciieu inruiiKii ilie nKeucy
of C. I)r wet- and Company for San
Frnnelwo tomnirow inoruliiK. Tlin
usual musical hcrcnndi! from the Tit-
Itorlal band will be a feature of the
ileiaitiira of the popular liner,
l'crsl.i Has SiiiiiII Oriental CarKii.
There are about tlnee liiindred tons
CiUntnl car go for illschaiKu at Hono
lulu lu the I'ndflc .Mall Interim dlate
i.lcainshlp Firsla which is due to nr
rle hero on or about January I'lith,
The Persia Is reported to have sailed
from Yokohama today nctordliiR lo a
cubic ictclMd at the ngeiuy of II
llmkfcld and Company,
.Honllur llonailiiiii'k for Kineri-'iiii.
That venerable no rap heap, the Moil,
nilunck, olio of the United States Ves
sels whli h has been rotiHtilctcd mor.
or less a fixture at Cavlto or OIoiik
upn nnvy ynrda for many ears, li
tn be lepalred, renovnteil, overlinuled
and made presentable , as a (lrJitlnf;
Mont Rouge Wines
TIDESSUN AND MOON,
' J ' rl.fil' la
p ui.'n in
19 llll 0 4
" eio mi
10 UV RID S 41
10 It 0.40 S
II 04, C.40' &41
J 5.1 1 1 W 0 40 5.41
0UI13IO 0.40 K.44
IOV,1S.ft) 6.4H 5 4.
i r. ;
New niouii Jiiminry 9 at 0:39 u in
VESSELS TO AND
v FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to .llrrrlintiU'
TiumIii), Janiiiir) 1(1.
SAUNA CltUZ- Sailed, .Ian 14, S S.
Columbian for Kau FrnuclHco via
MI:j'1I.I.ON1:s Hailed, .Ian 15, Hchr
Aurora, for Honolulu
GRAYS IIARIlOIt Sailed, Jan. 1G,
Schr. At Turner, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed. Jan 10, S S.
I'ernla, fm Honolulu
S. H I.urllne docks at M.itsnn's whaif
tomorrow (Wednesday I at noon;
3170 tons cargo, 17 auliis, 5!) patl-
seiiKeiH, Ti3 packages; for Kaliiilul,
00(1 tons cargo. No mall.
H. S Teujo Main unices Thmsilay
morulni; nt lu nVloi k from Yoko
hama, S. S. 1HJ,0NIAN arrives at 7 o'clock
tomorrow morning from Seattle.
Oi tiers liae bieu rcselved at Oloug
nK to equip Hie inoiiltor Monadnock,
now at Olong.ipo, for any emergency
She will be given hr full complement
of men and will be ready to go to
China at a''riilnutp's notlu1
The othei monitor, thu Monterey,
has been lying' In ()longnio fur th
last few inpntht; has filrcnjly been ,lf the ngid capttrilliit whose lire work
wnt to llonglt'oitg ftnij llls ,siipiosed',q, pirfurrueil hi tlin Mlnnds.
II, ,1 lli Mni,it,ll,.lf ulll Drtll"., lliu'.fl , . I . . L'. ! . . . .
v "" ...,.., ..... nw v.. ...v
same poit lo lie ready io go north l
'Whether the government has de
signs of Vendlhg one of these boats
to Clinton (oiikl not lie learned at the
time of deiinrtiiro of the Nippon Main
New .Inp.inoe Line for .Maiilla.
Information has been received from
Japan that tlin department of cone
lniinlintlons has asked the Japaiiese -
Diet lo siilisldlo a steamer lino which
Is tn ho established between Kobe and
Java, (ailing nt Hongkong, Saigon nnil
Manila It Is further reiiorted that
Hie Diet has taken favorable action
lu the matter ami grunted a subildy
whli li makes the eaily opening of the
new line a certainty.
llrllMi Kingship In Australian Waters
Aicoidlng to I'ahles reielved at the
Coast, 11 M. S. Drake, whlih Is to re
lieve the Powerful as flagship on the.
Australian station, left I'oitsinoutli, en
route to Sydney via the Sue. Canal
and Colombo. Arrangements have
been made for the Powerful to met t
the new llagslilji nt Colombo. She wusKaiml to the Makee Sugar Company
lo leave Hjdney,
proceeding to Ho-
Per T K K. S. H. Chlyo Mnru, fiom
Han Fianilsco, Jan, 11! For lloiiolulii:
F W lift k. It. I. Ilentley, Mrs. It. I.
iieiitlcy, , K. Crewilson, F I.. John
son, Mrs I. MrChesncy, U Kerullon,
W Htrlngfellow. Mis. W. W
Hliingfeilow. Through: St John Chll
Ion, Mis HI John Chilton, Maik r HI.
John Chilton, Mnsler Frank Mid. Chll.
ton, S. Dale, J. Ilandnl, K. Kiimei
Mis. K Kaniel, Lieut. II. S. Keyhir,
U H. M C ,,K. Mljako, T Mljunagu,
S. Olihiiku, Mrs. II. Oknda, Maslu T
OUada, Dr K Ha I go, T Tor!lY lido,
Rev I) A jjuedounld, Mrs. I) A. Mm
tlnnald, Mis I,, llrjner. Master C
Hryner, .Miss I etta Da, W. S, Mi Don
(al, Miss M .C N. Nliolalsen, Mrs M
1). Hiunmcrfleld, N. Illamlinrd, Mrs N
Illaucliiiid, Miss S. Illaiichardl Mlts H
Hard, .1, C Crutcher F. C Clalon
Mrs i: H Clayloii. f! F l)e.-,bleu,
Mrs. C II Dick, Mrs A Johnson, Mk'i
S. Johneou, Miss K. Johr.ton, J (I
Maxwell, Mis J (1 Maxwell, I (
Myers, Miss N. F Muiiii, J F Mc
Lennaii, i: A McCreary, I, F. I'lilpin.
Mrs I.. F Philips, i:. II, Penrose, Mn
F. 11 Piniose Miss . C' Held, Dr
.1 n Rent, O. M. Slraube, Dr Louis
Hihvvatl. and elilld, I,. A. Young
Helping Honolulu to a hundred.
thousand population means purllj to
ln-lii the I'ltiral I'araile next February.
' i i i i i i i
BirBULLETIN ADS PAY
PADDY RYAN, 1DER SOPERLAND
In 1879 Faddy Ryan of Honolulu
and Rar-Ailinlral W. II. II. Souther'
land were on Iho same ship.
It vas the old Kenrsage, and the
future rear-nilmlral was then a mat'
tcr, ranking one aboe an ensign, now
known as a Junior lieutenant. He was
an niriier of the third division.
In that division was the gun that
lmd previously sunk the Alabama, a
Miiooth bore 1 1-lnc h Dalgren gun, No
nnn well remembers Hie then .Mns-
tcr Southerland, making with that gnu
the best time Hint was ever made from
flrci to lire, which was IK seconds,
breaking all prcUoils l ''cords. The
record until then was held by the
Faddy Ryan was onei of that gun's
crew, liclng shitting tackle man,
llu saa Hint there was more care
taken of' that gun than of any lu thr
C. R. BISHOP MORAL1 PARADE
, unique birthday celebration will be
that for Charles It lllshop. In bp hcbl
In Iluiiululii on the i veiling of Jaiiuii'y
25, wldle Mr. Illshop himself Is lestd-
lug In Hai) FinriclMo mid, lias beep for
-Men who Imvo known Mr- Hlslmp In
llawull, his perrunal ft U-iiiIh, will be
the ciilebruntH. The detiills of the nt-l
fair are Jiut ye't,dc4!ldid,.bnt aiming the!
jimcliig splrlli jirejIjjA. shntrcyanill Hid printing nnil illustrating is ptu
W O Smith.'; f if grossing rapidly. Pictures or other
January 2B 'l-j Ibe (Inctlijt) ijrtnday I mattbr fntended for Insertion lu this
iiiimgn llciilUlH llllieii suiiirwiiai laieiy,
t y, 'ruii), wiiiidrfi(t. Iienllh rnr a
man or his je.irs. lie has uutllveil ev-
ers" nieiiibcr nf the notable group nf
business men who were nt the bead nf
nlTiiIrs In Hiiwnll from I8SS on tu 1MI2
mid IM", !, Some of those vvhovlll be
at the huuipiit me mans ears') Hung
er, but all ore person il friends.
Tim ei'li hriitlou Is planned as n ban-
lint Tor these friends, tu bo given nt
the Young Until un the evening of
Jlimi,)rv ,- Tl0 , w, vry,n
,,, ,,., hl ,m,SMnK0 f congrnfula
Hon tu Mr Bishop un his attainment
uf finirnore nnil ten Jears of age
After u slight alteration had beon
tiinile. Ihn mucli-dlsciisst'd lease of the
Aniihoia and Kiiuiolonialu lands on
was passed by tho land bom el at Its
meeting this morning.
The main piovlsious of tlin lento
are that the company shall upend
fj.'i.uui) In improvenients-iunstly water
construction work and Hint tho
money they spend lu this manner
hhull ho counted Instead nf rent.
Under tin-no conditions tho company
will hold tho laud for about live
yea ib. At the end ol tills time thu
Impiovements nil romu lo thu gov
ernment, which Intend leasing it out
Tin) leasing nf the stilp.of land
known as Ukumeliauici to tho Will
kiku Kiignr company, Maul, was also
passed by tint board this morning.
Thole aie about lll'J ncies of cane land
tlin Ic-.iho for which explies on June 1,
I'.HII The eoiiiiuiy lias II now for
tell years, stalling from the date of
expliy, at Jti.'iO per annum.
' tm i
Huskies-. I'aial)eil lu (liln.i.
The icvoliition lliroiii'.hout China1
has hiii ((('(led 'in drilling u general
paial)sis of business, and especiall) so
at Hie several tleut) polls, act oidln,:
lo news brought hy tho aiilv.il of tliu
United KI.iIi.-h (Hilsir New Orleans at
lluslness has been tnmpictely pain
lynl lu China, slnco tho trouble has
begun In tase oil machinery anil In
fm I all trade Is al a compli'tu stand-
still. A new business, 'however, has
spuing up in nit- sain or ueuvy wooien
t lollies, shbes, huts ami othei ail Ides
of Wealing apparel llusluess men on
the China roast vvern feailng a lone
drawn out crisis in China
'.,) 1 1,
navy. An old gunner's mate by tl.e
name of Dougherty was In charge, ami
lie will' to attached to It that he used
at nights to sleep on Its carriage.
With n preparation of bees-wnx. ttir.
pcnllnc, tall and other Ingredients
and a cork to polish with, he would
make It appear like highly polished
granite. Ho well did ho do the Job
tljat he was obliged, when visitors
were aboard, to stand by nnil present
the curious ones from prodding it with
tlielr wnlklng sticks, umbrellas and
such like. While nt New Orleans, -i
farmer from up country tamo aboard
and wanted to know If thnt gun was
made of stone, poking nt It with his
walking stick, which nearly throw
Dougherty Into a lit.
Ho says lu tho'.o' days Houlherlninl
was beloed by officers and men alike
.for his kindness, and from what he
can learn from the men of the fleet It
Is the famo today.
"Honolulu the Hawaiian Metrop
olis," Is the heading under which will
appear mi entliely new fealuie In the
llu Hot Ill's 11112 Indiistilal Kdltlou
flila lu ti uoi I liili IIkiI iv III i mi I ii In
,,.. ,, u, ,, . ,..,'.
... ,..,,. r ..,,. .. .,,,
. ., i.; ....I,.,,. i1ii...H k,
Honolulu Stieet scenes taken at n
rccl,ul ,0 ttiI alto be used to II
liistrate this sneclal section
T1U 'pinion u he called "Amer-
ti'iin-f fiiw till, People and Industries,"
jmil' will' bo ready fur illstribullou on
Fehriulry 22nd, Floral Parade Day, as
issue should be sent In lit once to In
1 i 1 I
As the result of an oulnlon given
the education eoinmlssloneis yesterday
afternoon by the attorney general the
children In the primary grades will
now only bo taught about half the
length of limn thnt they Imvo been.
This has been in ought about through
the fact that no overtime ejin be paid
When the overcrowding started In
the behools, Superintendent Popo de
vised a seheinewhcreby a teacher
eoiild handle two shifts a day and get
paid mole for elolni; so. Commissioner
Stanley at tho meeting of tho board
questioned the legality of this step
nnil tho attorney general agreed with
him. Now the only way in which the
matter may tic settled Is by teaching
the little children only half the usual
Insiieclor fllbson pointed out till
morning that this would bo no great
loss to ,tho very llttlo ones, "Thosr
nlKiut six nnd seven jears ohl," ho
(aid, "now get five hours school a
day. Under tho way in which we shall
hnvo to run things now this time will
bo cut In half. They will still get some
iiisUiictlou which is better than nono
nt all. When It eomes down to a mnt
ter of the little children a couple of
bours-n day Is nil they really need and
I do not think that Inn system will
work ro inilih harilshln as may ap
pear at first s'slit."
What Is to bo done with the leath
ers who have been working overtime
nnd who have money coming krihom
It la hard to say Kniierlnlenilent Pope
mid tho coinmlsMnucrs weie fully
iiKrt ijil that (hey should be paid (for
tlin time they had worked and that In
strni Hens should then be sent out tell
ing them of tho change.
Captain Mhlplej Dead n Tnktn,
Captain Shipley, the Anu'ilcau N.i
vnl Attache lu Tokvo, 1ms died sod.
ilenly, the cause of dealli being upon
Pain liuu been known lo hailstorm
a child Into a groan peiunu
" . ,
Advanced Shipment Received of
Fort Street Upitaire, In Doiton Block
t x '.
Honolulu e hauffeiirdom and hacl.tlom
nartliipnU'd In a ninil though merry
marathon this morning as n ionic-qiii-ne
of the hnstv change of order
for tho berthing of the big Japanese
liner Chlyo Maru which finally came
nlongslde Hackfeld wharf shortly I.e.
fore noon today.
The Chlc laden to the I.Ioyil mark
with thousands of tons of cotton nnil
other supplies and mciilinmlisi! fiom
the mainland was hemmed some days
ago to berth at the Haikfeltl wlimf.
Captain Wnodils Orcen, wirelessed
In' that he was In med of four hun
dred tons fuel oil mid as Hackfeld
wharf Is the only one nt the mrt mail
able for taking on additional supplies
of fuel, the Chl)o Maru was assigned
that particular berth by Harbormaster
Some hours- prior to the arrival of
Hie Jupani-Ko liner from San Francisco
this morning word was announced
fiom the office of Castle and Cooke,
the local agents, that the Chlyo was
to come alongside Alakea wharf, the
reason being given that the vessel was
well down In the water and that the
fllinvny nt the upper end nf the liar
Isir might be found too shallow fur
the big steamship. Stores of automo
biles and hacks, Is-sides mail) private
(omovniKos theieforn were lined up at
the Alakea wharf when tlin stately
Chlvo moaned majestically through
Hie e limine 1 with her nose sdnted ill
leitl) towards the Hnikfeld wharf. A
scramble followed, lu which all tho
vehicles, either motor or horse driven
were sent along at toji speed.
All n ached distillation before the
steamer gangway had been placed In
position ami no lives were sacrllU'eil,
even though In some instaiiies the
spend ordinances, may have received
several toiiipound fractures.
' The Chlyo Mam was well filled with
passengers, tlieiu being 9 eabln for
Honolulu while the through list In
cluded r,:i iiililn, .XS-second class nnd
1 1ft Asiatic steerage.
The Chlvo Mnru Is to sail for the
Orient nt llvo oMoik this evening.
Mall to the amount of 120 nneks were
reeelvcil hy this vessel.
There was a Inrge dt'legntlou of lo-
cal Chinese at tho wharf to greet tint
vi-ssel for among (ho thioitgh pusseii-
gers are a number of young Chinese
Identified wllh tho ri'mihliinn partv,
who nre returning to China In nssum
positions under the new government.
Tho first cabin list Includes the usunl
iiuola of tourists, missionaries nnd In
Among Iho passengers are II, I.
Ilentley of thu California Fruit din
ners' Arsoc latlon, nt'iomimnled by his
wife, and M. I.. Si ration, who will
make a tour of the Far Fast; Dr. I,.
Sihwarts of the Manila Health llu.
reau, vvlfo and child, returning to the
Islands; (leorge S, IKshleii, an old re
sident of Mnnllo, and K. Mlynko, a
member of Iho Jnuanese Pailtntiieut.
Tlin Miitmn Navigation steaniec t.ur
11111'. due In in rive from San FiiiiicIsc-ii
toiuiirruw- iifleiiioou with uvir time,
llinilsiiiitl Inns nf gnu nil cargn anil
mini) sixty cabin pusm-ngns. Is in
pm tul us bringing down the rullinv
lug. Mr mid .Mis. F, H. Adams, Mrs. J,
'II Alhiiluii, Mr mid Mrs i: I, Iturke,
Mis It, H. Chi)tnu, Mi ami Mis. 1..
It Cuniilngbiini, .1 A Dunn, Albert
I'nwcill, Miss II (bilge. .Miss 11 1,
l'trdim. Mi ami Mis lluuiphre)H, .Ml.
mid Mis (hinge ' .,t., j)H Marthu
l.lttl". lgipi l.iiehe, .Mis IJ Mehitun,
Miss Miihlhluu, (liorgu Miuphy, M li
Page. II II Piiiuly, .Mr. uml Mrs. F. T.
Melllldi, O . Itltuil, W -H Rouilllee.
Mis y i Itiihliisiiu, Isabel Itolikison,
Illllln Itnbliisiiii, Carl Rnblnsuii, .Mis'.
II Hchnnnr, (lenige F. .Kent I, A II.
Hlineniikii, .Mrs. II T StulliiB, .Mr
St v Ilie. .O Stm key, Al Yon Aix, Dr.
mid Mis Chailes A Wiiylaud. Mis
lliillin Walle. Mr und Mis Reeves,
Ml uml Mis. J T. .Moure, Miss Ruth
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