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" FIVE A HAND" IS
PICE M E
Bananas Going Up in Quotations
As Opening Date for the
With Fenntor CcH Brown for tbo
Republicans nnd Wlrtz
for the Democrats, engnged in drawing
"biinnna hills" to bo presented in tho
coming session of the legislature, it is
believed thnt the Territory may
be called upon to pay generously
for tho bnniuin trees destroyed during
tho mosquito campaign.
who is secretary of tho Democratic legislative-
commlttco hnving the matter
of n bannna hill in chnrgo, is rounding
up tho claimants from fnr and
wiilo, urging them to get their names
and claims before tho committee, with
the result that including the names
supplied tho commlttco by tho board
of honlth nnd thoso shepherded into tho
fold by "Too Bail" .lack, tlio committee
"now wots of some one hundred
nnd sixty persons whose clnims aggregate
Harry T. Mills is said to hnvc a
number of clnims which he bought up
during tho excitement for a few cents
on tho dollar and which he expects to
collect from the legislature with profit
Scnntorj Drown, too, it is understood,
is ranking .1 cbllcction of claims in
behalf of his constituency nnd it will
bo a battle between tho Republicans
nnd Democrats ns to which party gets
tho measure through with tho credit
which is expected to nccruo thereby.
Many Sad Stories.
from the Sad stories which
some of tho claims, ono would
imagine that tho people of Hawaii are
bananiverous, nnd that as far ns hardship
represented by fnmino is concern
ed, the snnitnry corps might far better
hnvo driven all the fatted kino of tho
Islands into tho sen, burned up the
poi fnctories and quarantine tho city
from nnv imports of food stuffs from
nbroad. Also it develops that Hono
lulu was tho homo or ns many varieties
of bananas as Heinz has pickles.
Mrs. Fern, consort of tho Honorable
Jay, mayor of Honolulu, puts in a
claim of two dollars apiece for her
"ice cream'' banana trees. Bnnanns
aro mentioned under titles which indi
cato they partook of tho taste of a
W1UU uriULJ Ul UUViHIUll linili;o, UUfc uu
mention is made of tho pork nnd bean
or tho corned beef and cabbage on
It is expected that the debate upon
tho banana bill will add considerably
to tho literature on the subject of tho
musa sapiendum as this humble fruit
of commerce is scientifically known,
and it is possible thnt expert bananists
from over tlio world will visit Honolulu
for tho solo purpose of enlarging
their knowledge on the subject.
IS GROWING DAILY
Close to Seventeen Hundred
Cases Are Now on File at
the Central Bureau.
With tho addition of four more
names of tubercular persons to the register
of the Anti- Tuberculosis
.Bureau yesterday, tho total number of
cases now oh lile there reaches 16S2,
representing the number of cases discovered
in various ways since the latter
part of 1010 or just a littlo over
two years. The fair average is seven
hundred cases to tho year.
Within tho period of registration
tho deaths numbered 459. Of these
two hundred and fifty have been per
sons whoso condition was previously
reported to tho bureau nnd tho balance
wore deaths whero the existence of
tuberculosis as tho contributory or
main causo was not discovered until
tho post-mortem examination,
Tho nurso recently appointed in the
anti-tuberculosis work in Jlilo is print
ing tho statistics of tho big island up
to dato and InBt week reported as many
as previous clcatng in ono
mall, nearly all of which roforred to
cases already recorded.
Tho four new cases added yesterday
were also from Hilo, tho local reports
having decreased in number for tho
time being, owing to a chango in the
board of health office which has delayed
reports of tuberculosis cases to
tho bureau. For many months the
number of casos reported to tho bureau
havo been slowly increasing;, not
the disease is spreading throughout
tho Territory any more than it
formely did, which is not tho case, but
because tho machinery of detection
of Br.. A. N. Sinclair is becoming enlarged
and more efllciont. This increase
will shortly, it is hoped, bo followed by
a standing percentage as uncovered
territory it gradually worked over.
A number of "super vision cards,"
reporting previously unsupervised cases
as having been placed under observation,
wero yesterday delivered to Mrs.
Drinkwater, the chief clerk of the'
bureau who wi appointed recently
under the funds raised by the sale of
red cross itarnpi, Five casts previously
liluntlflud us tuberculosa which
wer ruporled to tho J'nlmim settlement
tiurilnu; division were yesterday reported
undur uUtrYuUou. Three wr
JIuwmIIuik, two, it boy nnd tflrl rseli
olttlit yean of nun, whose future lives
nil. i liKhlMlkil seusiderably Ly L
supervision they srp now under, 'i'liu
iu.tr is JIuwuiiNii uf tWfiJlyflvn
nml the f(iurlj ft J'uMugtMu of thirty
A r,w uf ULesuJMls dm fillip
VtlY renerloa w lw lift) stu) vm
Irrdsy $UUH& lit Uid tm Wfjan TJI
i .- Uf Miitw it-
'i ties at tmtmliitiM tm uii
f U ! MM t
J-..!.. I U kill
Passengers Want Lobsters and
Notify Agents in First
HAWAIIAN BELLES ARE READY
Will Carry Fragrant Leis Out to
Tourists Greeting Will
(Prom Wcndnesdny Advertiser)
Advices received by Hackfold
& Co. yesterday oftornoon by
wireless Indicate that the Hamburg-American
steamship will not be off port
until about eight o'clock this
morning, docking an hour or an
hour and a half later at tho
Out of tho void and vacant spaces
of tho Pacific Ocean, while tho heavens
were giving a magnificent electrical
display Monday night, and whilo all
Honolulu was awaiting a wireless message
from Captain Kier of tho S. S.
Cleveland announcing the Umo of her
urrivnl at Honolulu, a demand for lobster
pierced tho ether. It started from
the tip of the wireless mast of tho
great steamer, jumped through spaco to
tho wireless mast on tho northernmost
end of the Island of Oahu and finally
landed in the ofiicc of Hackfold & Co.,
much to tho disgust of Shipping Manager
Klcbahn. "Got ub some lobster,"
said the message, just thnt and nothing
"What do you think of a messago
asking for lobster when we wanted to
know when tho ship will dockf" said
Mr. Kclbahn yesterday. Mr. Klcbahn
looked moro than over liko Emperor
William for he wns quito put out, to
make it mild.
Mr. Klcbahn filed a messago last Sat
urday to the captain of tho Cloveland
nbki'ng many questions. Up to
no reply had been received from
tho Cleveland except tho messago
which asked for lobster. Not another
item came from the Cleveland until
yesterday afternoon, when after re
peated prouuings by tlio local agency
Captnin Kier annonced his boat would
be off port about eight o'clock this
As the vessel will not bo alongside
tho Alakea wharf until half-past nino
or ten o'clock, it is likely the rapid
transit program may be omitted, and
the passengers notified to "act independent"
and present thomselvcs for
luncheon at the Moana Hotel at noon.
Promotion Greeting With Lois,
The promotion committee will go out
in a special launch to meet tho Cleve
land at quarantine. The committee,
headed by Secretary H. P. Wood, will
also bo accompanied by a group of
young Indies who will decorate tho in
coming live iiumlreu passengers witti
fragrant Jeis, a custom to which all
passengers on tho world cruises of tho
Cleveland look forward. In tho party
will bo Miss Bernico Dwight, Miss Ellen'
Dwight, Miss Holt, Miss McGuire,
Miss JReed, Miss Benedict, Miss Todd,
Miss Wicke, Mrs. Norton and Mrs.
Mayor Jay Fern will also board tho
Cleveland at quarantine and welcome
the voyagers to the city of Honolulu
and exhibit himself.
The majority of tho Cloveland
tourists are American Westerners,
although thero ib a fair sprinkling
of Middlo Stato representatives
and Canadians, with a few Europeans.
Of tho entire list, however, California
furnishes nearly one half, whilo San
Francisco leads among, tho cities represented.
THE PASSENGERS ON
THE BIG STEAMER
Mrs. Harriet M. Andrews, Middle-bury,
Vermont; Herr Obcrst z. D.
Nipmcrow, Ruegou, Germany;
Lewis It, Atwood, Mrs. Lewis R. At-
wood, MJbs Barbara T. Atwood, Master
Pierce Butler Atwood, Miss Jano Short
Atwood, Louisville, Kentucky; F. A,
Austin, Herbert D. Austin, New York
Rush D. Badger, Pasadena; Mart
liueclitcl, Oakland) Mrs. Martha J.
Havens Raker, Denver: Miss Margaret
Jlfllcom, Auburn, New York; Harlow P.
Jluncroft, Mrs. Harlow P. Bancroft,
.miss livuiyii uaucroit, uanianu, uui.j
Miss Hotel Hardin, Salinas, Cal,; Prau
Icln Marie Iliueder, Hamoru, Russia;
Miss Allco N, Unntr, Fullerton, Cal.)
in, Aiarina imrinuy, iis Aiury
Uirktloyj Mlrs Corn ', Barrett,
i(eckfon), Jll.i Charles llaUs, Baudusky,
Ohio) Mrs. Nary U, Jleurdsloy, Auburn,
New York; MUs M. A. Jlcluugur, New
York Uerr Itlrhanl Jliinistrom,
Hwpdini II, J I. Horry, rioutliern
I'uies, Morth Citrollimi H, ' lilgus,
Gndley. Ciil, JVter lllssiiituu Mrs.
ruir oistimuii. wim in
iiisiiu, Msnstlrlil, Oliln; Mln AanM
llakfa, Rllrubelli. Nvy Jerioyi
)tluui, Mr ftwvid Ittauw, Nuw
ruri J: A mm, llr, A lilor,
fcuw HrwiHil, Pn i Mr H, )'. tgll,
Htw VorUt mit Mjrllut MUmk, limb
V., HIM MM AVI IMVMMW,
lm AuudMi Ut W. IkuvHHs, Mr-.
W K lluuwiiti i.lilslii. Uaiiu' Urn
lllulkeley, Cleveland, Ohloi Mil
lluntn, l.oi Angrl; Mrs. I'lurotiee
liurtlon, thlcAKOi jiik Jrcie l.otU
(.'. M. Cdc, Mrs. C M. Undo, Shawnee,
Oklahoma) Loo L'ndc, St. I,ouls G.
Mrs. .Inmcs Campbell, Ban Franclscoi
.Mrs. i:. r Campbell, Philadelphia; II.
t;. Cnpwoll, 0. K. Cnjwell, Oakland; 1'. II,
II. Carlisle, Mnldon. Mast.; .1, Cnron,
Kichmond, Vn.j Frank M. Carpenter,
Mow York, Mrs. Amy M. Carpenter,
Miss Cornelln A. Carpenter, Los Angeles;
Mrs. Anny M. Carpenter. Miss
Cornelln A. Cnrpontor, Miss Annlo Carpenter,
8t. Paul, Minn. j It. H, Casoy,
.Miss Margaret Casoy, Henry V.
Uhnpell, Now STorkj Fran llormino
Christ, Hanover, Qermany; Miss Sophlo
Upson Clarko, Coldwator, Mich.; John
L. Clawson, Mrs. John I. Clnwson, Buffalo,
N. Y.J Mr. Leo Cohn, Butte, Mon.
tanaj C. D. Colmnn, Now York; Mrs.
Dorthn &. Copo, Plcasnnton, Cal.; Mrs.
Geo. V. Copo, Oaklnnd; Henry Cordis,
Mrs. Henry CordtB, Hobokon, N. J.; J. J.
Win, Cornell, Albion, N. Y.; Mrs. S.
Coulson, Now York, N. Y.j R. D. Coulter,
West Palm Beach, Fin.; Dr. M. R. M.
Oruln, Rutland, Vt.; Br. G. A. Crayon,
Mrs, G. A Crayon, Now' York, N. Y.j
Miss Helen M. Cross Albion, N. Y.;
Dr. Samuel S. Crow, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Mrs. Annie Z. Cruise, Kansas City. Mo.
. Miss C. "Virginia Bahlgrcn, Now
York; N. Y.; Mrs. Olivor Dalrymplc,
St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Esther S. Bar-nail
St. Louis, Mo.; Meyer Bavidow,
Wilitesbarro, Pa.; Horr Wm. Davig-non,
Leipzig, Gormnny; Chas. J. JJavls,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Sarah Bccoto,
Irvington, Cal.; Christian BcCroupet,
Miss Elizabeth BoCroupet, Betroit,
Mich.; John W. Delano. Mrs. John W.
Delano, Bait Lake City; Thos. Bcnigan,
Airs. Thos. Dcnignn, San JbTanclsco;
Mme. J. P. Do Vallay, Boston; Col. S.
D. Dickinson, Jersey City; L. i'.
Mrs L. F. Doollttlo, Los Angeles, A.
Cal.; John T, Dorgan, Mrs. John T.
Dorgan, Lincoln, Nob.; Duncan Doug-Ins,
Albany; Br. Frank H. Drew, Boston;
R. Driscoll, Now York; Miss Mario
A. Durst, Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. Franklin
P. Dwyer, Yonkors, N. Y.
S. S. Enst, Salem, Oro.; Mrs. Elizabeth
Edgar, Park Hill-on-Hudson, N.
Y.; Miss Knthorino M. Edwards, Pittsburgh;
Mrs. Clnrn M. Ehn, San Francisco;
W. Dixon Ellis, Mrs. W. Dixon
Ellis, New York; Mrs. Chales Engcrt,
Brooklyn; Mrs. L. F Erb, Victoria, B.
C; Alexander Erskino, Philadelphia;
W. H. Eustis, Minneapolis; Miss E. E.
TJvans, San Joso, Cal.
Herr Dr Curt Felix, Leipzig, Germany;
James Fonton, Miss Mabel A.
Fcnton, Buffalo; Mts. Isabello H. Ferry,
Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. O. W. 'ioid,
Dayton, Ohio; Miss Knthorino L. Fitch,
Rockford, III.; William b i'looa,
lino, .mass.; wiiiiam xuru, wib. mi-Ham
Ford, San FranciBCo; W. H. Frank,
Wheeling, Wi, Vn,
Miss Louiso Gates, Auburn, N. Y.;
Mrs. G. Gelb, Now York, N. Y.; Horr
Oscar Gibolius, Grunberg, Scbloslon,
Germany; M. J. Gilbert, Mrs. M. J.
Gilbert, St. Louis, Mo.; Horace, M.
Mrs. Marion R. Gilbert, Curtiss
R. Gilbort, MisB Lois M. Gilbert, Elon
J. Gilbert, Miss Margaret G. Gilbort,
lioraco N. Gilbort, Miss Dorothy M.
Gilbert, Miss Evelyn L. Gilbort, North
Yakima, Wash.; John G. B. Goepport,
Mrs. John G. B. Goeppert, San Francisco,
Cai.; John N. Goldsmith, Mrs.
John N. Goldsm.ih, San Auselmo, Cal.;
Mrs. Chas. A. Goohen, Vallojo, Cal.;
Fred M. Gould, New York; Loon M.
Govo, Mrs. Leon M. Govo, Oakland,
Cal.; Joseph L. urni, Mrs. Joseph Li.
Oral, Mrs. Orlando Greacen.'Now York;'
Ww ,.. nrnn U.w., ..1th . AVm ...... fjrni.ht U.wu, llnlti. -...-
more; W. H. H. Green, bcattle; Mrs.
Ella Knoeland Gregory, Milwaukee, G.
ii. Grimm, Ruthland, vt.
W. J. Hallornn, Miss Florence Hallo-ran,
Salt itko City; Miss Mary W.
Hamilton, Trenton, N. J.; W. W. Han-nan,
Mrs. W. "W. Hnnnan, Dotroit; F.
C. Hardy, Brooklyn, M. P. Harlan, Erio,
Pa.; Paul narper, Chicago, F. A.
Adolf Hartmann, jjos Angoles;
Sigmund Haas, Mrs. Sigmund Haas,
Cincinnati; Wm. Hassal, Los Angeles;
Dr. Don S. Harvoy, Chicago; Mrs. Antoinette
A. Hawley, F. W. Hazard,
Lawrence S. Hodges, Chattanooga,
Tenn.; Mies Edith A."Heno, New York;
James Henry, Mrs. James Henry, Seattle;
Miss Mary R. Henshaw, Oakland;
Virgil M- Hlllyer, Baltimore; Mrs. Henry
Wiso Hobson, Miss E. W. Hobson,
Colorodo Springs; Bicgmund Hoenig,
Mrs. Slegnvund Hoenig, Henry noffold,
Mrs. Henry noffold, Cincinnati; Barbee
S. Hook, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Jano
M. Howoll, Auburn, N. Y.; Mrs. A. J.
Hunting, Houston, Texas.
P. J. Jacobus, Mrs. P. J. Jacobus,
New Kensington, Pa.; Col. Fred. Jewell,
Mrs. Fred. Jewell, San Diego; Mrs,
Kathcrlno I. Johnston, Santa Monica,
Cal.; H. M, Jones, Mrs. U. M. Jones,
H. C. Knfer, Mrs. n. O. Kafcr, Miss
Laura H. Kafer, Martin Kabn, Portland,
Ore.; WHIIsra R. Kales, Mrs. Wil.
Ham R. Kales, Detroit; William W,
ICoclor, Cleveland, Ohio; Ernst
Mm, Ernst Kellerstruss, Miss
Mnrgrlto Kellerstraes, Mies Grace Kel
jerstrssi, Miss Ernstino Kellu'ritraai,
Kamas City, Mo. John J, Kennedy,
Mrs, John J, Kennedy, Mlts Alicia M,
K tn n oily, Doston; Mm. James M. King,
Mis Clara K.,Klng, Now York; Mm,
Jack Kinxsld, Master Wells Klukuld,
Hlstervllle, W. Va.f Uurvey M. Kirk,
Mm. llurvey M. Kirk, Miss lUtlur
Kirk, l's'sdeiiui John If, Koiuiielcr,
Milwaukee, Wls, Miss l.gellM 1 1,
Kriwulu, Ittftkferd, Jll. II uy (.
liurTnlo, hn I'rof. Dr, J'mkw
ISniM IwuWkih, fumvUMtilt,
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GAZETTE, FRIDAY, PBDRUARV 14. WEEKLY.
Ut, tt y Ki.;,, I,M l., In A N Umw, Mt Jwks, W A
WW!1"!".'' " ihhiiilihiin' "
tilrber, Mi. W. A. Ltebrr, Hn
J. Goodwin loeke. New Yorh;
Itothnr 1ong. Kvanton, llli I. .1. Luti-be,
bnn 1'rnnrlsco; Itvrr Oswald It. lm-beck,
S-i ltossberg, linmburg, tlornmny.
0. J. Mnignc, ltutlnnd, Vt.) W.iltor
Mnnucl, ,.irs. Wnlte G. Manuel,
OAkland; Frnuleln Anna Mnrbnch,
Chas. A. Mnrsh, t'lneuumtl; ,1ns.
Mason, Mrs. James II. Manun, llos
ton. Miss Kthcl W. Mnson, Chicago;
Robt. Mnvcrlck, San Antonio, Texas;
Solomon Mnyer, Mrs. Solomnn Mayor,
Now York; Harry B. McAlllstor,
Grand Islnnd, Nob,; Mrs. Mlnnlo McCarthy,
Milwaukee; Calvin M. Mc-Clung,
Knoxvillo, Tenn.; Leo McClung,
Washington, B. C.( W. 0. Mccluskoy,
Mrs. W. O. McCluskoy, Wheeling, W.
Vn.; Mrs. K. L. McCord, Los Angeles;
Mrs. Helen McCrun, Ban Francisco;
Miss Annn McDormont, Fullorton; A.
McGregor, Mrs. A. McGregor,
B. C; J. R. McLaughlin,
Miss Caroline McMillan, Pasadena;
P. McMlllin, Mrs. J. P. McMillln,
Brownsvlllo, Tonn.; Martin M.
Mrs. Martin M. MoycrhofT, Henry
Mnyerhou". New York; Henry C.
Moyors, Honolulu; Miss Mnrgarotta
Mcyors, Snn Francisco; Miss Elizabeth
Miller, Los Angeles; Miss Elizabeth
Millor, San Francisco; Miss Margarot
Millor, Cincinnati; David B. Mills, Mrs.
David B. Mills, Montclalr, N. J.; Mrs.
Charlenn Antolnotto Minor, Los Angeles;
Mrs. Mary II. Moroy, Donvor;
Nathaniel K. Morgan Cromwell, Conn.;
Mrs. A. M. Do Mott, Now York; W. E.
Mount, Mlrs. W. E. Mount, Now Or-leans;
Mrs. C. A. Muir, Los Angeles;
Mrs. Henrietta P. Munroo,
VL; Col. Claronc'o W. Murphy, St
LouIb; Mrs. Knthorino Myers,
Charles Newman, Dr. J. W. Newman,
Now York; E. C. Niohaus, Mrs. E. C.
Niehnus, Berkoloy, Cal.; Miss Minnio
Norfleot, Excelsior, Mo.; Dr. E. V.
Van Norman, Mrs. E. V. Van Norman,
San Diego; L. W. Nnto, Mrs. L. W.
Nuto, Los Angolos.
Alfred W. O'Brien, Mrs. Alfred AV.
O'Brien, Sa'crnmcnto; Mr. Orton, Mrs.
Orton, Santa Barbara, Cal.; Horr Thoo-
dor Ostermayor, Stuttgart, Germany.
Edward Palsant, Goncvo, Switzerland;
William Palmtag, Mrs. William
Palmtag, nollistor, Cnl.; Peter
Detroit; A. Pearson, Chicago; Miss
u. a. Pearson, Winntpcc, aiobs.; H,
Phillips, Mrs. n. Phillips, Miss Boryl
1'billips, MIbs Hazel M. Phillips, Chicago;
Miss Caroline Pierce, San Fran
cisco; HoTr Oscar Pioring, Altcnburg,
S. A., Germany; Mrs. Mary Jano Pigott,
Santa Monica, Cal.; R. W. Pillsbury,
Manchester, N. H.; Horr Bir. Franz
Plieske, Berlin; J. T. Polk, Mrs. J. i
Polk, Los Angolos.
Dr. Frank Randolph, Mrs. Frank
Randolph, Elkhart, Ind.; Mrs. Cornolia
Kcod, lioa Angeles; w. a. Koynolds,
Now York; Miss Eulnlia Richardson,
Tropico, Cal.; Mrs. HolenaRichter, Now
York; Horr Sanitatsrat Gustav Riodcl
und Frau Gemnhlin, Dresden, Germany;
John Rleder, Mrs. John Ricdor, Dcs
Moines, Iowa; Frau Emma Rlcslo,
Germany; C. B. Robbing, Mrs.
C. B. RobbinB, Miss A. B. Robblns, Now
York; F. -J. Robinson, Halifax, B. C;
John Rogor, Los Angoles; Mrs. A. 11.
Rosollo, New York.
Miss Madgj L. Samplo, Fairmont, W.
Va.; Br. L. R. Battler, Mrs. L. R. Battler,
Miss Anna Sattlor, Newark, N. J.;
Robert Schazlcin, Mrs. RoboTt
loin, San Francisco; 0. B. Schmidt, Chi-.
cngo; Herr II. Schoncwald, Hamburg,
Germany; Miss Clothilde Schwartz,
Ind.; Wm. E. Sellock, Now
New; O. E. Solzor, Los Angolos; H. H.
Sevier and maid, Now York; Mrs. J. E.
Soxton, Pnlisadc, Nov.; Harry V. Sher
burne, Mrs. Harry V. Shorburno, Brazil,
Ind.; Lewis Sherman, Jr., Mrs. Lewis
Sncrman, Jr., Milwaukee; Jas. Shiclls,
Los Angoles; John K. Shingle, Mrs.
Lottio n. Shingle, San Francisco; Miss
Virginia H. Short, Chicago; Miss Hazol
Sibley, Berkoloy, Cal.; Mrs. Phobo Sinclair,
Now York; Mrs. Julius P. Smith,
Livermoro, Cal.; Lovl Smith, Mrs. Lovi
Smith, Miss Laura M. Smith, Warren,
Pa.; Miss Edith Spaulding, Fairmont,
Sweatt, Mrs. William 31. Sweatt,
Dr. Goo. A. Taylor, New York; Wm.
G. Taylor, Mrs. wm. a. Taylor,
Mrs. A. W. Toole, New York;
Herr Kommorzionrat Paul Thorcr,
zig Loutzscn, Germany; Herr Curt
Thorcr, Leipzig, Germany; H. D. Titus,
Miss Paulino L. Titus, Auburn, N. Y.;
Rov. Philip Traynor, Chicago; Mrs, A.
C Tuohy, Miss Annio Tuoby, Washington,
B. P. TJpham, San Francisco.
Mrs. H. M. Valentin Trenton, N. J.;
Horr Alfred Rltter v. Vacano, Samara,
Russia; Dr. E. V. Van Norman, Mrs.
E. V, Van Norman, San Diego; Miss
Nina D, Van Arsdalo, Washington, D,
0.; W. n. Vallquetto, Ruthland, Vt.;
W, M. Van Andcn, Mrs. W. M. Van
Anden, New York; Mrs., 8. N,
Moscow, Russia; L. II. Van
Wyck, San Francisco; Herr Alfred
v. Vacano, Samara, Russia.
Franklin R. Webber, Mrs. Franklin
R, Webber, Boston j W. B, Wvbster,
Mrs. W. JJ. Webster, Ban Fmnciseoj
Philip K. Wrlgloy, Win. Wrlgley, Jr,
iiml valet, Mrs. Wm, Wrlgley, Jr.,
ii koi Major h. 0, WliUo, Worcester,
W. Vn. i.rr Dr. Albert Htceho,
(lernmiiyi Henry Htelnback,
Paul hteurlcb, I'bllnlelpliloi I,o-(or
II. Htoek, Mm. Louis Ktock, Nan
Joie (Ml,; IMwurd II. Hlory, Mrs.
II, Hlory, (Overside, ill.; 'ruk
Hnu, Clwitlsmli Dr. Julltt Htrn,
ilitmw Mm. Army Mtronv, Htu
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t,tuihiu, JM. 4i)M(tf, KtMi Ur-It
'A' S.U.11U U.n Mrs. It. i. MwttB.
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OF TMN T
General Macomb Expected to
Lose no Time in Effecting All
RETURNING THIS MORNINGS
War Department Order Elevating
Military Status of Hawaii in
(From Wendncsday Advcrtlsor)
With the arrival today on tho transport
Macomb, department commander, lrom
his lcavo of absonco on tho mainland,
tho reorganization of tho now Department
of Hawaii, to bo an independent
command on and nftcr Saturday, will
bo commenced. Goncrnl Macomb was
in attoudanco at tho Washington, D. C,
conferouco rolntivo to tho entlro army
reorganization, and will havo all do-tails
concerning tho romodolling of tho
Hnwaiinn department and its brigado
formations at his linger tips.
Between now nnd Saturday tho
general is opcclod to effect tho organization
on of tlio First Hawaiian Brigade,
consisting of tho First, Socond
nnd Twenty-Fifth Infantry regiments,
tlio lirst rogimont being stationed at
Fort Shatter nnd tho other two at
On Saturday tho now department
staff will report to Gonoral Macomb at
headquarters for duty. Thoy will appear
in whito uniforms with sido arms.
From thai dato all matters arising in
tho departmont will bo largely hand'od
by tho departmont commanding
and staff, and rofcrcnccs for
action hereafter will go direct to tho
wnr department, instead of through
Tho riso of the Hawaiian organization
hnd been rapid. From an
baso for a battalion of artillery,
then a battalion of infantry,' it has
arisen through tho various stages of n
district to a dependent dopnitinent
and now becomes nn indopendont de
partment, practically giving it tho
status of a division of tho army.
Goncral Macomb will continuo to administer
tho affairs of tho roorganlza
cd department until tho arrival of
Genoral Funston from Manila, when ho
will assume command of tbo First Ha
More Boom For Headquarters.
Tho addition of now officers to tho
departmen staff will' necessitate tho
renting of moro rooms in tho Young
Building. Tho department headquarters
uro gradually oxtonding down tho
second floor corridor and now present
an imposing array of glass doors suitably
Of tho stall tho ranking ofllccr will
bo Itnymond, chief
of tho cavalry, who will bo
Owing to tho necessity of continuing
court martini trails as soon ns possible
nftor the new courts aro appointed by
tho department commander, a temporary
will probably bo
solcctcd from among tho lino oflicors
pending tho arrival of Lieutenant Mas-Bio
from San Francisco, no is expect
ed on tlio March transport.
"Tho war dopartmont ordor crcnt
ing tho now departmont of Hawaii wni
issnod at Wahington, V, V,, on
C," said Adjutant-General Campbell
yesterday. "Tho order may
hero on tbo Wilhelmina, Fobruary
18, or on tho Mongolia, February 21,
and that will give us n number of vory
many interesting details."
HAWAII PONOI FUND
AWARDED TO CHARITIES
Dividing their charity fund botween
four religious denominations in the eity
to bo used by.thcm in philanthropic
work ns they see fit, tho Sisters of Hawaii
Ponoi havo transferred $250 from
tl,e books of their now dissolved
Tho sum was divided into four, of
4G2.50 each, and was awarded to tho
Church of Jesus Christ of tho Latter
Day Saints, to tho Roman Catholic
Church, St. Androw's Cathedral and the
Hawnllan Congregational Church, Tho
sum given to tho last named was divided
botween tho Kawniahao nnd
The ihados of nlgbt were falling fast
when through the Alpine villago passed
n youth who bore 'mid snow and leo
a banner with the itrsngo dovlco
Clins, H. Wllllnnis, Mrs, Chas, It. Williams,
IHlea, N. Y.j Mrs. Catharlno J.
Wilson, Trenton, N. J. Adillwon II,
Wright, Norrlstown, P0.5 Dr. Msry A,
Wood, Loiilslvllle, Ky.j Miss Prunrw
II. White l)s Molnci, lowai Jolmnn
Wolkoir, Knimi, llusslui Calvin K.
Mrs. Cslvlii K, Wnrren, IIloi
CharliM J. Winerotli, Mrs. OMrlw J,
Wsmlsrutli, ClaslnnRUi Mli )enrltu
WMnA Ban l'rsilsoi Mlw IIbIsh (
Works llkfrd III , )r If H Wel-my
Uu, II, li. WMtbuy, Miss
sti WMliuior Ww4bury, Wst"r Kn
uHli Uv4 Vtmibttt, )nHiufml
l II Vvusitvi, Mrs U U, Yrnmi
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abk roa TUB
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Intorost to you
To know that wo havo boon making
Fertilizers for all kinds of crops for
tho last twenty yoirs, but it is to your
intorcst to got tho proper Fertilizer for
tho crop that you grow. Wo know
what Fertilizer has boon found most
suited to that crop and can supply you
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Canadian Pacific Rly. Co.
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Honolulu T. U.
Ewa Plantation Co.
Wuialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Blake Steam Pumps.
Babcock & Wilcoi Boilers.
Green ' Fuel Economizer.
Marsh Steam Pumps.
Mataon Navigation Co.
Planters' Lino Shipping Co.
Kohnla Sugar Co.
Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tbo Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP OAPITAIi 5000,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ... 157,692.92
J. H. Cooko President
E. D. Tonnoy
P. B, Damon Cashier
U. U. Fuller Assistant Cashier
It. McCorriston Assistant Cashior
DIRECTORB: 0. H. Cooko, E. D.
fenney, A. Lewis, Jr., E. F. Bishop,
F. W. Macfarlano, J. A. McCandless,
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Wo havo just accepted th Agency
The Protector Underwriters of the
Phoenix of Hartford.
Tneao are also among tho Roll or
A BETTER REFUCtB.
" Lot us go into this department
storo until tho shower Is over,"
"I prefer this bunion shop," said
Iter husband. " You wou't suo so msny
things you wunt." ICunsas City Jour-ml.
Matliors uverywhero object to giving
their (iblldrtn modicinee that contain
ojilulus mid for Ibis rwiiou Clmmber
lulu's f.'uugh Jtumwly has bocuiua a
HMiural CuVorllu. This immly coutsiim
iiUidulnly ufttlilng liijurluus Hiid for
ib jiruwpt rwllnf of utuitUi, cold,
irwiNI UMU vUuUlllHl MHIUU, II lit Hl
iwV Yvr l b Itnuu. liulth fc
l'u Ui, miwili fur
TO CIJHC A COLD IN OHCDAY
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