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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1912.
HiiiiiiIiiIii 'I hint Hi crcc.
Hawaiian -I lilnl lit grt i'.
All tIiUIds members of Uf
Order are. cordially Invited to
attend meetings or local tide
Meet tin I he
.'ml unit llli
lit h. r. iinii
7:30 I. M.
illRIMP FHRIHsPBtf .Mi-iiiImt. of
JENEFICIM. ASSoo.IATI0B. rtito,,,".'
mi. MiI.im,i: i.iiniii:, mi. s
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Meets ever) -M.I mill llli Satin
el.'iy evening at 7 :IU o'clock In
K nr P Hall. i:ur Fort iinil
Uenl.iiii.i VIhIIIiii: IhiiIIh'i.
contlaliy iniii'il to atli'iiil
r r Kii.iii:. c
r. A J.U'UllSO.V K It s.
oliir i.iiiiiii: mi. i, u. of i'.
Meets every first and llilnl Fil-
day at 7 an o'clock, 1'ytlil.ui
tcVVIInll. tin hit llori'liinl.t and
Fort Bluctti Visiting broUioii-
innllall) Invited In attend
S DECKER. C C
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uoMii.ri.i! i.iiiiiik, tin;, it. p." ii. i:
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' Ibelr hall.
y i iiiiiiniiiiii t-niige
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in fin in
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I' near Pnrl. itvcrv e'rhlnv
.... l.'tt..r (3,
evening. Vlslllng Druth
ers lire ciiullally Invited
i) i it isi:xiu:uc, k it.
(!i:o t ki.iii:gi:l. sir
nivt.vim mini: mi. i, i. ii. i:. m.
Meets fery llrst ami llilnl
Tuesday nf I'm Ii niuiith In
Fratcrnlt) ll.lll. I. (), O K
building lsltlng brulheis
riiull.illy Invited to attend
HENRY A ASCII. Sachem
lop is a pi:ititv, c. it it
iKi.Mii.n.r vliiii: iw, r. n. i:.
MoetB 1)11 hfHtlllll ami fourth
, Wednesday evening nf each
inontli at 7 "II o'clock. In
Sail Alitoiiln Hall, Vliii'iuil
Rlrt'i't, near Emma VisltliiK brothois
tim tti II i'l to attend
P HKitilNS, W. P.
V.1 c M. COY, Secy.
IMwanl E.irle, tho nott'd Psychic of
Ran Pram Isio, who for over twenty
yeuis has lni'ii prominently Idontllled
with Hie Spli lniallhtu' societies of Amer
ica, In In Honolulu and will demon
strate, is.m iilc phenomena, utu. Spirit
ual uihlre mi all mattera given. Dally
10 to t; evenings lyiiiinlntment. Tel
epbnno SJ 13 or lit residence, 783 Klnau
street, riraml Stance ocry Thursday
live.. S o'clock. UODO-tr
Importer Fort St
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
" Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
ni.. i i i i
102 NUUANU STREET I
.Up.tn.date Millinery and Men's Hate
I & .-
ft Milton &. Parsons
K ,' Pantheon Dulldlnn
City Transfer Go.
JAS. H. LOVE
Popular Matson Liner Arrives Day Late With Many People
Aboard Clarke Theatrical Company Comes Mail Con
signment a Large One Waterfront News.
High xtas KtronK head ulniN nnd
KPiierally nat.t weather throiictiont
tin- entire u am? rrom San Kranclnco,
liiiMiitiil the Mnthon liner Wllhcl
nilna rrom enierlnK thin port yeslci
iln. lint ciirh this inornlnK, hu jiokcil
In r iioc nroiind Dlaniiind I lend nnd
h S u'i Im I. slip wni hertliitl at tlifl
old llntkfeli! wliarf. Shu hrniight a
J Iv iniwd or iansi liters for this
I'orl. annini; them heliiK the nienilierH
of the Hair) Cormn Clarke tlientriiul
ioniiaii). who will cliterlnlii iloiioln
laim at the Opera House.
I'aplalu .Inliiifon, the jiofinlar l(fi
Mi nt Hie liner slated IIiIk nioruliiK
I Im t the trip down wan one nf Hie
miiiM i'iir experleniid A mile Ktnrteil
In hlow as booh iih tin? Wllhelinlnu
left the (lolden (late and during tlio
ii'i of iho trip the lilt; liner plowed
her iin-e Hi rough liolsteroim wac3 un
til )esterila) when the m.iIIut mod-
rated This nioriiliiy Hie jiasseiiRciA
win up on dei Kb and viewed the
1 'ii lit of the IiIIIh anil allc)H nf
Tlie Wllhelmliia liroii;ht S890 tons
of Kenernl cargo Tor Ihe Island ports.
Tod.o the Honolulu targo Ir Im'Iik?
Ilili.irri'il at the wharf uinl at ' Ti
...In. I. tomorrow afternoon, mho wilt
I.. He for Knhuliil She brought IIIH
li.rAs of mall and HO packages of v-
I'leielaiiil 'I ntirtxls AV1II lleninlii Here
Tlie Hanilinrg Aincrka lino hleiim
hlp C'luilmi.l will nail from Honolulu
fqr San 1'rant Imo nl live hVIikI: to-
miiiiiw exenlng oil the last leg or the
twt'iil) thoii'aiid mllo round Hie world
rulyt. le.ilni; liehlnd at leakt a si ore
of hei louring jiannengerfl, who Iiumi
In lileil to remain oer In Hawaii ror
a inoie pxti'inled vlclt than provjdrd
tor in me regiiintlou Mliednle.
llrloie tlie great liner (drew along--nle
Alal.ea wharf this morning, tlie
following made ariangements with the
olliilals lonnirteil with tho Ktdeial
Immlgintloii and CustoniR to remain
oier to a later dato: M. C. Meyer, Wm
It Wood, llmory W. Olds. Uuilti T
Hunt. Mrs Alice Penilergast, Dr. Tim.
inoiii O. V. Woodward, I.. It. Wallace
fliarlcs Wehber-lliuk and Henry V.
Jones and othurB.
Ten Vi'sitls nl II Mo.
lint two deep boii vcfisels are repoit
ed at llllo ni cording to Purser Kin
ling ot the Inler-lBlnnd steamer Clan
dine an arrltol rrom Hawaii via .Maul
ports this morning. Tlio Knterprlsc
was an arrival on Monday afternoon
with general cargo while the Ameri
can sihooner Transit from the Sound
with lumber Is dlsiliarglng at tho rail
The Clauillno brought freight In
eluding 12 sacks lorn. 31 sacks pota
toes, Su bundles oUla wood, 10 crates
lib kens. SU(1 roil lumber, 73 crates
pigs, 25 sacks beans, 29 bales hldex,
Hit) packages sundries, ono liorso.
Tho essel met with smooth seas
and moderate westerly winds.
Rithet Sailed for Coast.
The hark It. L Hlthet, Captain Nil
ton was dlspatfhed Tor San Krantlwo
at noon today taking sugar ballast to
the amount or 7fi.' tons. Tho vesRiJI
left for Hie toast with hut ono pas
-Ugi r P A. Si buffer and Company
wtie the aginlB for the vessel lit this
port and it was through litis agenry
Hie esbt' leielved tho sugai shlis
Hall llriiiitrlil Kauai SuL-nr.
Sugar to tho amount or C500 sarka
art uml at tlie port fionv Kauai porla
In the Intel Island Bleanifi? W. (1. Hall
this illuming Tho Hall Inouglit a
small list or paiwiigerB Puri-er Logan
reports exceeillniily bravy I .linn in Hie
iblrlct r Wiilinen while Bhowers pre
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagm
( Schlitz Beer
IN MANY YEARS
vailed along the coast and near I.lhue.
The steamer met with light variable
winds and moderate seas on the re
turn onge. The riclgbt list also In
cluded 62 sacks awn, 28 sacks tocoa
nuts, one nulo, ono borer and 13 pack
IIoiiiiiiiii .Mill Slops (.'rlnillmr.
lliiiiiiajio Kiigar mill will close down
ror tlitrii weidtB ntcoriling to report
In ought to this i'lly In tlie steamer
f.lkellkc thin morning, Tho Inter-Isl
and vessel return! il with 3217 sacks
liugar, 2.':i head slitep, 2.ri head cattle
and sundries. Tho vessel met with
light wliula along the ICona and Kan
mart, while at .Mahukona the steamer
I'licouiiteied choppy soutlierly Bwell
:1ml seas with a southerly wind All
Hiigar at Kail warehouses was cleaned
nut with Hip departure of the Clan,
On tiers uf Menu Cnifl Hold for High
AihlicH from Loudon, Hie center of
the shlihchartering market. Indicates
Hint tho present comparatively high
rates In all trades will be maintained
Indefinitely, as sleamrlilp owners nio
all holding ror a stllT figure anil an
ionising to consider any buslnosa In
rutures. The general feeling of the
owners Is ono of buoyancy, hticiiKthen.
d by the complaisance with which
charterers nro accepting each small
Mils Terr) Sli inner the lllggest Eicr.
The Southern Pacific Company will
elect a new blip at Iteuicla when the
new ferry steamer Contra Costa, the
largest or tho kind In the world, Is
placed on tho run between lleulcln
nnd Port Costa. Tho old Solano will
be relegated to rrelght use as noon a3
the new boat is ready.
pw I.lncr for Hie Wnlilroii Agenry.
The newly launched Harrison liner,
Hie Crown or Toledo, will make her
maiden trip trom Kuropean ports to
San Finiicltiui, being scheduled to Hail
ut tho end or this mouth and due there
uirly In .March. Tho new carrier has
n registered tonnage, or C250 Sho is
the largest essol that tho company I?
operating between the- Pacific and the
old country and was built to cope with
this rant-growing trafllc.
All, or nearly all or the Cleveland's
passengers made the trip up tho river
to Clinton, going in two Bectlons, and
having some Interesting uml unusual
experiences, nnd un Inside look ut the
"Uveiy where, wn saw Intense ox
cltenioiit. but ir thoru was any dem
onstration In connection with tin
CIe eland parly, It was one or friend
HncFS," said Arth B. Ulttrlch, of Now
Vtnk, In speaking of tho Cleveland's
utay In Chinese waters. "You Beo they
looked on this as an American party,
uml the revolutionists accepted us us
ellleiiB of u Bister -republic, uml gue
iih it welcome in coiiseqiieuco, Tlieio
was it ftueigner killed on the dorks
shortly befoio wo arrived, nnd so ev
ery piecauHon ror our surety was tak
en. Wo were divided Into small
MiundH and each una put In charge or
n icspnnslhlo' guide. Then, as wo
went fioiii point to point, wo took ref
uge In wineliouses nnd stores and ie
inulned in each some tlinii, so as not
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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T.1T IWl (1-191 1 IH
first quarter ot the inoun Juno 2C.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to JlrrchautV
Wrdiifsdu), .lnnuiirj -I.
MAUTINKZ Sailed, Jan 23, Ship
KalU of CI) lie, for Honolulu.
SAN KIIANCI8CO Sailed, Jan. 21.
poon: S. 8. Ilonoluliiii, ror Hono
SHATTI.i: Arrived, Jnn 21 S. S.
Hyndes, rrom San I'ranelsio.
HI I.O Arrived, Jan. 21: Hrhr. Tran
sit, hence Jan. 1C.
S. S. Persia, docks ot Alnki-n wharr
about 8 a, m , Friday trom Yokohama,
with 200 Ions cargo nnd sails ror San
Francisco ubout 3 p. in.
to attract n'crowd and have our par
ty turned Into u procession "
Mr. Dlttilch culls the ciulso n gieut
sucvens. Ho mis that lis might bo
ex peeled the paBsengurs soon round
eougeul.il companions and spill up in
to crowds, but Hint them was no Jeal
ousy or Ill-reeling between parlies,
and that there weie no left-overs, ev
eryone finding his own lever If ho
wanted to congregate, or belnc left to
his own devices If ho preferred to
Admiral C'owles, tlio navy civil en
gineers und the men who liavci been
doing tlie nctunl work ui tlie drydock
gathered anxiously at Pearl Hnibor
this inoriiliiK to wltuesH tho pumping
out of tho first section or tbu drydock,
ubout Dlii'-foiirlli of the entire struc
ture, ill (iiu than half the water was
token from the- raise crltiwork, with
out tiny signs' (ot iKIng way of the hot
tout or o(ber trtnible.
The pumping) wilt probably not bo
finished until day after touioriow This
Is done so ns (to place tbu pi ensure
gradually, and to allow the stoppage
or leakH as tho work progresses.
Until Admiral Cowles uml Civil Un-
glucer Cajler expressed tliclimi Ives ns
tlioi (Highly satlslled vvltli the results
of the murnlng'H ticklish piece of work,
LOCAL ELKDOM IS
READY WITH GREETING
Honolulu i:iklom, vvns on hand early
to greet the antlerrd trnvelcis In tlm
Hamburg- American liner Cleveland
who are now completing tho last leg
ot tlio roiind-tbe-vvorld tour.
Hefnro Old Sol inuelo Ills uppearanco
ivcr Diamond Head, n delegation of
local Klks Uianli'd tlio Wnterwltcli, of
Young Druthers' licet, the unity con-
Hinting of Hiuli Uvo wires ns A. 13,
Murphy, James I1. Dougherty, AV. W.
Harris, .1. Morton Itlggs, (leorgn An
gus, IMiwird Paris, Alonzo Osirlhiy, I)r,
C ll.-Coopir, S. A. Wulker uml U C
These inilss'irles were soon accord
ed tlui privilege of boarding the mon
ster Clovelnnd ns she lay nt quaran
tine. They Immediately got busy, nnd
It vvns the work of but u few minutes
In assembling the visiting Klks ami
their vvlvi'S nnd families.
Tho Cleveland delegation of Illkdom
Includes twenty-live nutters, und twen
ty-slx ladles-lire Included In tho party.
Honolulu Lodgo provided eighteen
nutoinolilles for u general tour of tho
city nnd environs,
Tho local 1'lks were plentifully sup
piled with heuutirul nnd nrtlstla
budges, nlso Alohu buttons, nnd each
member of tlni Cleveland delegation
wan Indue eil to wear n. pretty lei Un
der the chupiroiuigo of the local com
mittee, r.lkiloiu visited Diamond Head
nnd the Pall, u lunfli being given ut
the Country Club. Tho remainder of
l the day will Im spent In geneuil sight
seeing or frali rnli-lng nt tho club
house. YOUNG LADIES WREATHE
TOURISTS WITH LEIS
Ono of the prettiest features or tho
nrrlvnl of the Clevedand was the dis
tribution of lels by ft bevy or oung
ladles, under the auspices or the Ha
waii Promotion committee.
I'lght hundred llowtr lels were tak
en out on tho launch "Three IlrolheiB"
by the Promotion conimlllee. Tin
jouug ladles wlio decorated tho pas
sengers with lliem vvrrq tho Misses
llealrhe Tn) lor, I Ibhv Peck, Ilcuil
llu Smith, Minnie Todd, Itltdilo Coc
hilt. Annie Melutyre, Cniol Low and
Theie weie lels ror every pasren
eer. nil il.,. ,.i!i,nn n.,.i .....u, .., .i.n
I " (m mi ikii.i 1,1 (nr
new, and tlie Cleveland's decks were
a mass or blight blossoms -us .elia
Bteaineil Into the harbor.
fit i r i 'iiwj. omiuuiu
(Continued from Pge 1)
Hon or musicians on lumnl. n United
Stutes cruiser were in tlio midst or
n medley or popular selections. When
the dramatic taking away of the pilot
was finally spread about the ship, It
cast a pronoumid spelt ot gjoom over
tlie entire vessel and many or the
liassengers were visibly affected.
Captain llempwiilf Ininirillalcly lie
Captnln Dempwoir, was stamllng
within but n fpvv feet of tho jillot wlicu
he fell to the 'dec k.
Tlio Cleveland had ncarcd the slip
way at Alakea wharf and owing to
the narrow margin allowed there
through the berthing or the United
Htntcs cruiser Colorado nt the IIw.i
slilo ot the new Hit hards street wharf,
Captain Sanders was observed to bn
much perturbed at the ilKIklilty In nt.
tempting to bring the huge German
vessel within the narrow limitations
or tho congested hnrhor, A southerly
wind not only retarded the progress
or tho Cleveland hut served to slew
the big liner around to such.n degree
Hint a collision with the cruiser Colo
rado was Imminent. Captain Sanders,
keenly nlert to the many dlMlciiltlcij
whl' li ho must overcome In berthing
tho vessel, anxiously watched the
Cleveland as It damroiisly nenrcd
ine,Btcrn or tlio Colorado. The star
Wrd bow or tho Cleveland unit by
this. tlnio,i.-cr:ip('(l ono or .the projecting
riUHH on tho cruiser, when Pjlot San
ders was eliyervud by Captain Demp
woir and other, Herman ollleers to turn
deathly iale, then clutch at Iho region
ot his heart, ns it attempting to gain
He then hair turned In tho direc
tion or Captain Dempwoir, and snoko
the last words ever to he ntteied by
him In this world.
Captain Dempwoir then took over
tho command of his steamer lie Im
mediately ordered tho Cleveland an-
leni. Proceeding well out In the liar
hor, the skipper brought the huge
Fteamshlp to u more favorable posi
tion and then going uliead, the Clcve
land gained tho berth at Alakea vvluif
without further dllllculty.
Tlie news cume ns a blow to the
other idiots at tlie station. "I could
hardly liellnve It," said ono of them
this morning, "I noticed when tho
Cleveland backed out truiii the dock
again that ho vvns not on the bridge,
Init 1 never thought that anything was
tho matter with him. He has never
complained to iih about feeling queer
at all und during the w'holo of Hie time
ho was hero ho has never laid oft ex
cept for n row days a( a time uml then
only tor some little thing."
An Old 'I liner.
Captain Sanders Joined tho pilot
rone some sixteen or seventeen ycara
ago and has served without a break
ever since. Ho halls troiii Connecticut
nnd spent his early lfe on sailing
vessels limning along the Atlantic
coast. Later ho came ncroRs to San
Francisco and shipped on board i
lie came to tho Islands nbout thirty
flvo years ngo and was actively con
nected wltli shipping to the time when
he Joined tho pilot service. At ono
tlnni he was lima on n plantation but
did not stay long nt the work, pre
rerrlng tho ocean,
He Is sixty-two years old and leaves
n daughter aliout twenty-elx. His wile
died somo eight years ago. The father
und daughter huvo been living nt Villa
Villa und only IaEt we-ek ho applied
for transportation ror her to tho roast
on ono of tho transports.
Tho funeral will bo held next Sun
day at 3 o'l-lock under tho auspices ot
llavvallnii Lodgo No. 21, F. & A. Id.,
Henry A. Taylor, worshlprul master.
The Honolulu Commandeiy No. 1,
Knight Templars, A. Lewis, Jr., em
mlnent commander, will act as escort.
CoiiiiiiIssIoii to Adjourn.
Chairman Jlarston Campbell or the
harbor commission will ask Hint body
hcn It meets this nftei iinoi) for tho
regular session to adjo.irn ntf u mark
of respect to u map who has given
long jcurs ot faithful icrvlee to the
dipt, Sanders' daughter, who is In
Wait has lit en sent for by wlieless.
.Seven Appl) for c.td Pilot's Position.
AVIthln an jioup rollowlng tho ileuth
or Captain M, N. Sanders, soven well
known seafaring men had llled appli
cations for tho position of Hie dead
idiot, with the Inn bur commission.
That body la tn lake action on tint
long list or applications,
Captain It. F. Dennett, who until
hut a rew weeks ago vvns master of
tlio Inter-Island steamer Chiiullne, but
who left the service following wiiui,
differences or opinion, was among Hie
llrst to send In his name as u candi
date ror pilot for the port or Hono
lulu. Captain A. I aue, now with th
steamer llelene a also out ror tho job
ns is Captain H Nelson, the present
master or the Claudlne, who assumed
loinmnnd or Hint vessel at the retire
ment or Captnln lleimeit Several oth-
r well known veasel musters tirlmatts
nt tho port went prompt In getting
their names mid applications heroic
tlie members or Ihe commission.
The Job pajs two hundred uml fifty
dollars n month while neveial or Ihe
Inter-Island Bklppers now entered In
l 4 ,
Mr. A, J, Olgnoux ot Deiifon, Smith
& Co., is generally talked over for
President of the Merchants' Asstkla
Hon to be elected nt the meeting to
ho held Friday afternoon.
One of the members ot the assoola
Hon who was on tho nominating com
mttee stated to the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n today
that the committee hns had he hard
est kind of work to get merchants who
will take tho time from, their busi
ness that Is required ror the duties of
the association direttorate, A reeling
also exists In the association that tho
W.ork ought to be passed around, nml
so tar ns he could learn everyone wa3
well satisfied vvjthjlie selections made
except somo ot inose selceleel who hail
to be urged to accept olllce.
Captain Dowers of the merclvants'
patrol followed out his statements as
published In, the llu I let In nnd re
fused to ullow the civic sanltntlon men
to enter his premises' to senrch for
nos(iitoes. As u consequence n vvnr
unit was Hworn out tills morning nnd
he wan nircstul.
Ilowyrs owns four houses on Punch
bowl, uml rollowlng tho arrest u thor
ough Heiirch was made of them nil. In
Ihreo ensiiH tlie gultirs were found to
bo defective, uinl under Uowers' own
residence n container with wuter In It
(Continued from Page 1)
olllce to ilc'tend himself against the
charges preferred by Delegate Knlalil
linaole. The matter will be held In
tibeyniice until the reply of Governor
rrear has been received by Secretary
Fisher or the Interior Department, The
Delegate will also be peunitted tu ex
limine tin response mid make such
Hupplvmeiitul urgumentH us ho conald
rrear to See All Papers,
lit consequence uf this arrangement
copies or til) the documents III the case
Were forw railed to Governor Frear,
with n request that he reply to each
nml every allegation made regarding
his iidmliilstrntlon or the land laws
mid other features of disapproval. The
papers sent to Honolulu Include tlm
Original charges Kent to the Intcrlqr
Dcpartiii"iit by Delegate Kalanliinaole
liefiirn the opening of Congress, his
supplemental charges llled after his
hirlvul In the city nnd tho oral nrgu-
luentH tnndo before Secretary Fisher by
the Delegate, and his counsel, Mr. (.'. M,
Flitter Wants Facts.
In thu meantime, Secretnry Fisher
will make some Inquiries through his
own Instrumentalities. Ho will seek to
ascertain Just what proportion or pop
ular Hcpthncnt In Hawaii Is opposed to
tlio reappointment ut Governor Frear
und on what spec I llu grounds It, Is
bused. Ho desires to know how the
ft lends and enemies of the Governor
are divided numerically. During this
period of waiting the Secretary of the
Interior will welcome any Information
I. earing on the administration or Gov
ernor Frcnr, or any complaints Hint
will form the basis for further Jnves
ligation of Ms nets mid Interpretation
ot thu laws.
When tho ruply of Governor Frear
hns been received tint question of nam
lug Ills successor will again become
President ThH Is talcing no part In
the matter, His attitude Is that of
waiting until Secretary I'Uher makes
a recommendation to him.
That Peter Ilndrlgues, the escaped
convict, entered the house ot a certain
Japanese In the section camp at I'-wa
and robbed $:tlH), Is the latent rejioit
Further than this no specltlc lufoi
unit luti could be obtained from Deputy
Slieiirr Kerniinde. of Kwa through the
telephone. It Is wild that Hndrlglies
has been fecn on several occasions ut
Kwa, but Die moment tho pollen made
a move, he disappeared Into the
A. P. TAYLOR GETS
BACK STOLEN GOODS
A. P. Tuylor, tho local newspaper
nun whose house in Manm Valley was
robbed i tew nights ago, Is glad that
High Slurlir Henry caught Chun Duck
Hnon, (lie; Koieini ptlaoucr who has
been ut large fur some time For to
day Chun Duck Sunn, when searched,
Slvldvd up Mr. Tu)lo's puise, gVt.r
buckle belonging lo Mis Tuylor, nnd u
bunch ot kej,. uinl Shi'rlfr Henry turn
eil the in uvcr to -Mr Tit) lor
tlie race are receiving clojo to this
amouiiL wlieq It is coiisldeied that they
are provided with rood and quarters.
For Over 50 Years
this wonderful tonic has been pre
venting Hint k nnd restoring to
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The Duffy Malt Whlikey Co.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
Per S. S. Wllhelmliia, rrom San
Francisco, Jan. 24 Mrs. F. U. AJibott,
Win. Alberlton, Miss Huth Alexander,
Mr, and Mrs. W O. Alexander, it. W.
Carr, II. L. tlarbce, Mrs. II. P. Haiti'
win, N. W. llartlett, P. Heamer, Mr.
uml Mrs. H. J. Diddle. J. St. Clalro
Illackctt, Mr. and Mrs. II. Iirodsky,
Mrs. F. A. Uurnham, F. K. Hurnham,
Mr, and Mrs. II. llusher, Leslie Unt
ie r, Mrs." D. ,11. Carpenter, Miss M. K.
Carpenter, Mrs. 12. M, Cherry, Mrs.
P. L. Cherry, Miss H. T. Chen. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry C. Clarke, J. Cox, Mr.
and .Mrs. C. W. Deerlng, Miss M. IV
I nckmer, .Miss Dillle, Mr. and Mrs. II.
F. Fotherlngham, Mr. Fothcrlnghuni,
Jr., Miss N. Fraiuen, Mr, and Mrs. J.
II. Fndtas, Henry French, M-s. ('.
Fuller, Max nrrenbaugh, Mrs. M.
Ciolst. Mrs. U. I.. Harding, A. II. Huvv.
thomo. Miss' F. Hawthorne, Miss V.
Hubert, Mr, and Mrs. A. Knyser, Mrs.
Oeo. Kenyon, Mss Little Kong, Mr.i.
li. I.e.May, Mrs. II. Lombard, Jr., Mas
ter Den Lombard, Mr. and Mrs, Ha)
Lombard, M. E. I.utz and wire. Mi.
and Mrs. John Mnrtens, Mrs. O. Ma
son. P. W. .Mason, Mr, and Mrs. M.
K, .Miller, Mr and Mrs. A. A. Moore,
Mr. und Mrs, M. A., Moore, Miss A
-Murphy, C. Newman, A. A. Pare, Dr
L, A. Pare, Mrs. U Plerson, U Pier
con, Mile. Raudln, Mr, and Mrs. Henry
Jteler, Mr. and Mrs. L N. Richmond,
Mrs. G. 11. Itoberti-on, Miss S. (1. Rob
ertson, Miss C. Robertson, C. Itobn'l
tan, Mr. Ityles, F, Shaw, Mrs. A. It.
Shellenberger, (1. V. Stoelwner, Mis.
J. C. Stone, W. O. Marrls, Win 11.
Taylor, Jas. Thomas, Miss 11. Tracy,
Mr. juiel Mrs. E. C. Vuughan. .1. D.
Wallwrg. Mrs. B. Waldron, A. C.
Wheeler, A, L. Young, J. Zun.
Per slnir. Claudlrie, from llllo via
way ports II. F. Moses, Dr. Ileum, H.
Kato, Mrs. J, Uii8li,.Mrr. E. II. Paris.
Mrs. (). B. Schraeder, Miss Samson,
A. C. Dovvsett, K. M. Church, Mrs. D.
11. Penhullow, -Miss Shoemaker, It. Y
Gilbert, Dr. S.eudder, Rev. II. E.'smlth,
ltev. Oleson, Lee Kung, A. Ilaneherg,
S. Illrokawa, 3. O.sakl, Dr. N. S. Wood,
.Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Dames, Mrs. C. I).
Lukln, Hev. Cowan.
Per H.-A. S, S. Cleveland from
world cruise For Honolulu: M. c.
Meyer, Wm. It, Wood, Emory W. Olds,
Louis T. Hunt, Mrs. Allte Premler
gast. Dr. Tlmmous, U It. Wallace, C.
Webhcr-DucU, Henry !'. Jones.
Per stmr. W. G. Hull, from Kauai
ports L. A. Kerr, Y. O. Pak, C. G.
Colin. Miss A. Splllner, W. J. Shel
don, PASSL'MJL'HS IHI0KKD
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, tor Kauai
ports, Jau. 2!,. Dlshop Iteslarlck.
Per stmr. Claudlne, tor llllo vlu way
ports, Jan. 2C K. II. Dames, F. C.
Per stmr. Klnau, ror Kauai ports,
Jan. 30. Miss Mae Drown, E. C.
Smith, Dr. W. I.. Wood nml wife, Mrs.
I TltANSl'OUT SKUVICB
Dlx, sailed from Honolulu for Seat
tle, arrived Dec. 13,
logan, from Honolulu ror Manila, ar
rived Jan. SI.
Sherman, sallod from Honolulu for
San Francisco, arrived Jan. C.
Sheridan, rrom Honolulu, nailed Jan.
Crook,' nt San Francisco.
Buford, at San Francisco.
Warren Stationed nt tho I'hlllni.ln.. '
Thomas balled from Manila for Hono-
lulu and San Francisco, Jan. 14.
BOGERT, NO INFORMER
- FOR INSPECTOR CRABBE
Liquor Inspector Ned Criihhe states
that tin re Is absolutely no truth ,ln
tho report Hint F W llouert Is In unv
way associated with him In tho cu-
paciiy or un inrotmcr, n, position Hint
Mr. Ilogert would not consider accept
ing under any circumstances, Mr.
llOtfett mill Xlr Ciubho urn rrlenilu mill
us u lesult Air Ilogert has been with
mo inspector In many of his expedi
tious. It In not linunual. Air. Crnlibn
snys, for olliera to go along with him
vvno nave no connection vvltli the police
nil or his business. Mr 1 loner t ns well
iih otbeis liny suggested men to Mr.
Crnbbe who might net us Informers,
but ho has Ktcndfnstlv refused to huve
any personal connection with that ser
vice himself. Mr. Crnbbu bus crest
dllllculty In getting lellable men to net
us informers nnd nlways welcomes sug
Purser I ogan of tho Inter-Island
steamer W. G. Hall on arrival from
Kauai ports reported the rollowlng
sugar awaiting shipment on tho Oar-
den Island: M, A. K. 19,252, 0. & It.
1H.2G0, Mcll in,Ha, K. K. H. 210(1, K
P. G'J30, K. S, Co. 4700, U j. 2000,
3. M. 1C0.
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