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Chief Stanford of Bureau of Yards
Submits Report at Washington
Showing Condition of Work
Bolioved That Task of Completing
It Will Fall to Huwalian
By Erncat O. Walker.
(Mall Hooial to Tim Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON, December 1.1.
Chief H. K. Stanford of tlio bureau or
ynrdB nml ducks has considerable
on l'earl lliirljor In hi annual report
to tlio secretary 6f Vhe navy. He
ilocn not ilwoll uioli tho all interesting
topic of the drydock, hut that is an
counted for liy tha tact that tho
mill linn tho matter under advisement
anil Keerctnry Daniels Is tu
tuke It up before the navul coiuinltteeii
of congress. Admiral Stanford link
much liy way of review on vhat haf
heeii accomplished at l'earl Jlarlior, up
shown by the following tjuatntioimt
"A large amount ot work has been
iloiie during the year toward the development
of this luivnl station. Six
shop buildings, Central power plant) a
large weneral storehouse, anil ni mluiinj
istrntiou building aro practically com;
pleteil. Work is 111 progress on mx hi
of havnl officers' Quarters, anil a eon-
tract has just been signed for two nihil
tioual sots of quarters. Tor tlin Mnrino,
Corps, barracks anil three buildings dc,
signed for nffieei"' quarters are prni't
tieally finisheil. Tlans have hecn pro'
pared ami aro reatly tor udverliselnent
for a gymnasium anil storehouse on the
Work on Kuahua Island.
"On Kuahua Island Uierc aro uniler
construction by contract five magazines,
shell houses, etc., anil a
concrete wlntrf is being built by
yunl labor. 1'roposuls have recently
been Invited for six aiblitlonnl mngui
kIiii! bullilini. Work on thd ilryilock
lias been temporarily suspended on uc
count of foundation iliffieulties. The
conditions nru being very carefully investigated
anil future, proeeiltm Is receiving
moit careful eonsiileration.
"Work has been in progress during
the vinr oil a coaling station with an
Ultimate Murage eaiaclty of 200,0i,d
tuns, -with means for rniid discharging
and loading colliers or barges.
storage tanks with nu aggregate Capacity
of about :i:l,U0O 10114 are beltig installed
by eontiaet; piping and pumping
equipment and foundations are
nroviiled by station labor.
"There have been (fonstwettd during
the year two large floating cranes;
one for tin nnV vardi llostoni which
has recently been completed, tested and
accepted, ami the other lor the navai
station. llarbbr. which Is
tlnllv compteled, although nut yet test-1
ed. ' Th"se cranes aro identical, each
having a capacity of ISO tons with an
approximate, reach over tlie dnll of the.
pontoon of sixty-two feet hhd 11I1
piqximnte' lift from the deck of, the
pontoon of about seventy feet. They,
am electrically ojierateil and designed
to lire current received thrdiigh a shore
connection or by means of generators
driven by heavy oil engines installed,
on board. Storago batteries are pro
vided of sufllclcnt capacity to provide
current for any ordinary single-hoisting
operation without recouriio to the
iuvy yard sujiply or starting the generator
on board. The cost of tho Boston
crauo was about $300,000 and thd
l'earl Harbor crano ten per cent more.
Sewer System Finished.
"The sewer system for l'earl Harbor
intntlon was completed at 11, ost of
$29,512. Two locomotive cranes were
purchased and delivered nt a cost of,
i.18,1'00. A jiump pit and circulating
loop were constructed nt a cost, of
5lfi,000. A great deal of largo nnd important,
construction work is nearlng
completion, including floating crane,
grading, $Ul'r0; oiled nine
uilnm rends, $30,1X10; yard vvater system,
$02,000; administration building,
$I8,0?Q.T0: six ofllccrs' quarters, Go,
."."; power plant equipment, nbout
$52,000 (not including boilers); boilers
nnd accessories lor power plant,
irllU.iOil.ll; erection of' steel framing
door and window frames, roofing and
other accessories for seven industrial
buildings, $50,611,70; electrical work In
seven industrial buildings, $18,000; con-v
atriictinu ot ilryilock (work suspended;,
contract priie 3,178,021.01; drydock
pumping equlmeut, $123,231.10; dry-dock
caisson, $133,02.1. 1)3; dredging for
quay wall, $00,000; construction of quay
wall, street pnvinp, $23,000;
light and eltYtrie distribution system
$30,000; general storehoiue, $S5,0."8;
fuel oil nnd gasoline storage plant,
!31,000; coaling plant, work in hand,
ISiyill'l; mnriuo barracks nnd olllucrs'
quarters, $172,01-1,70. At the naval
magazine, Kiiaiiua, n dock is Icing constructed
In cost $2.1,000; five magazine
buildings nre bidug constructed at n
cost ol $7l,l'i00; rullrnud trnck i in
lirogress of ciiustriictioii nt 7300
power Is being installed, to mt
f.inroj and n fresh wnler Kystem is
IintlHlled lit II cost of $10,000."
Army May rinish Task.
ArrnnlliiK to iuforinntloii eeeiveit
in Honolulu it is just ponkililn (hut the
army win lie cnucti upon to build tlui
prnpiwil greut I'entl Jlarlior ilryilock.
l i believed here tlint e Hurls tin)
now being miiiln in Wiiblilnglon by
Daniels, nf the imy
to Imvi' the war ileparimeiit taVo
oM'r Die Jab uf iiiiuplntliig thU Impnit
Nu nlllriiil word lius been rmeKed
hern by (Ii'imnil I'liioton ux iiilliem nf
llui IIuhuIIhii icuurilinu
I if) nmllor.Juit I" ndine Inlure.t
tu llii) pobfLUliy I hut tin Army heif
Itf BJlI Mmiii In Kil.n Hie i nil
lu tw iiu Any
tVk It. do," itsW
ttlljlv ir awp lu llf
m "ii yiii ilimj
ulrmi I til
I Sniff tmt r tlmte.1 out I
i hi'iIi1i iiylbliiti without .loin fckrit
i ..7. il if
tt rt mil l no, Hi"" im'ioinK
river's ns.) Igttlun In ImlMIng thr r
Thin lirlnj; the spirit l'"h ilmlr
On' offlren. mid men 'f Army,
fIirlt thoroughly rrcognltrtl ''" '"'
government. It would not bo surprising
should the ntm of thi wrvlro which
I him rustle n tuercss of the fininmn
('Html le called upon In build tlio ill'
OFFICERS ni "iF
(Continued from Vna Ono)
this: The htatlon agent of tho O, It.
k : fo. lit Lellehun is nlso agent for
the Wells l.xpress fonipany.
Some of the men who have held this
or that of assistant to the
station master, have also reeiiived salaries
or Mipeiuts lrorn merchant!) In Honolulu
to book nrtW'iii for goods, it Is
clallned. A mail may colne into thd
I.eilehun expres olllco lind order merchandise
shoos, or tango gin, or any
jlher commodity. The agent looks nt
bit price-list nnd tells the etistonler
What .tlio goods will cost, then usnklM
jut n money order pjtyulilc to tlio merchant,
adds tho money order tee and
tho telephono toll to tho price of the
jrder, receive the e.nh and gives tho
money order ftub to tho purchaser. Ho
.hen telephones to the Honolulu
lor the meiclinhdlso ordered nnd
linils the luoiiey order to the
When the paidtage H reeeiveil
ho .delivers it to the pcrfcon who pre.
...n'u thi moiiev order Mub ns
ntion. As long as this procedure is
lollowed there c,:ili Ho lib quesiion 01
.he absolute legality of the transaction,
Tim chari'p U inhdo Hint in times past
Hhipmeuts, of liquor havo becniuailti in
convenient packages and quantities eon.
signed to fictitious persons, huh iiiai
former employes of the Wells 1'argo 13.V
1110HK t'uiliiniiv wlnkifil at and perhaps
participated in what was to nil iiiH'uts
and purposes the operation of u wholq
iln liciiior store locnled in the express
nmp nl Iiellefiua. It is said that
llnunrs have 'been shiniicd C.-O. I), to
fictitloils persons, and also that there,
has been nt times considerable traflio.
t oxnrcHs inniipv order stubs and "or
ders" on the Leilchnn .express agent
for packages tho contents bf vUiieh
were known to be llquorj or ulcdholic
beverages, Tho C. O, 1). idiipuient of
liquors has been fdibldden by tho Oahu
Hallway i: Land Oomiiuny, and this
practise no longer continues.
Denied by Williams.
Owen Williams, gciiernl agent of the
Wells 1'nrgo Express (.'ompnnv, interviewed
by 'l'he Advertiser yesterday,
denied that ngents or employes of his
company ever themselves attended to
the ordering of goods for customers who
purchase money orders. Joseph Trench
fr., auditor for the freight and passenger
service o tho Oab.11 Hallway
tampan; who Avas ut Leilohua
from JJeccmbCr 13 toJB.last, states em'
phatically that tliey do. Mr. Williams
state3 that tho ngent turns over the
money order to tho purchaser, who then
must hllnselt mall the money order or
attend to tho telephoning or ordering
jf Ids goods. Mr. Williams stated very
emphatically yesterday that Wells
llxpresl Company would not countenance
or encourage or permit any
employe under hny circumstances
to help or bo a party to tho
liquer traflic, directly or indirectly;
that hie company is as much opposed
to the hootlegging business ns uuono;
and ttiat not only would Wells Kurgo
not .accept business of any nature if
tlie yonsigneo was known to be n fictitious
iersbn, but that they would dismiss
summarily any employe who had
uy connection with tho bootlegging or
illicit liquor trallle.
License commission Active.
Ai U Castle of tho board of liquor
commisnioncis stated that the hoard Is
very anxious to stamp Out tho sources
of supplies for "blind pigs." They
have already discussed With tho rail
road inauagemeiit tho matter of station
aireuts rctircsentiin: linitor concerns,
sllih us has been reported to lip tu
ddso at Wnlolun, Wqliiawa and
Tho board may request tin railroad
comjMiny to Instruct its agents not
td act as representatives of liquor
W. P. lienlson, superintendent ot the
O.iliit Kalltvdy & Lund Company, state
that the company has done everything
in Its power to stop tho bootlegging
business, ctciything that it was possible
to do as a common carrier. 1 red
(i. Smith states that the company will
dismiss any employe who engages directly
or indirectly in tlio liquor
or aids or assists the illicit trallle.
The company would not Htund for that
jort of thing for one minute.
Then) has been homu criticism of tho
action of tho directors of tho Oahu Hallway
& Liinil Company for Laving re-
'H'ded from their original stand against
leasing railway property at I.cilchuU
for the Clifford Kimball saloon.
Opposed by Dillingham.
Tt was well known that II. 1', Dillingham
wns personally very much opposed
to the Until action of his fellow directors.
It is stilted that the directors considered
tin- mutter very curefully
acceding to tho chungo lu policy,
mid their final action was taken hecauto
of their belief 4hat It was better t"
have a salami, where beer nnd
light wines were sold, than to haya
unfiling liul ii Irluuo or lllli'U liquor
Joints around I he military wit. They
believed Hint It Is Ixtter to Imvu a
well iiiiiiiuh"iI p'V' that can lie
The Aiueiiciiu tiddler U not
luiirli illlferent frum nuv oilier
ruu citizen, ilud If Iiu mints n drink hu
will nrobuli l gel it. It Is elulinn, (here
is little. UMim nr use In trying to iriuln
vonilliiuiis In nu army poil Unit are
illllfienl fiiim vvhut u uy ulher
nf Ainerlsmi i'lllen would tub
ithIm. MuMii'rs ux' men.
In vlorv of Mr, WflfUiHi' dmilui, u
win- tit 8 l 1 U1 iihun mn wrti.
m if filflt to A. ihMUW.lwmlr
mm at Urn neojj
"ffmiu, II. T.,
xjiiy il j,IjIihh, i
umUr il, Hill,
ttrferlllig to ttlllr ('iMili i
nl tutor ut the 101 1- int. n
vir?iuil tho ilrdlP lu tlttroBtiiiup the j
timing Hrratigcinctils with the lion
lulu Mrming ami Mailing Company, nl j
0 IVsroCk K CnlnRlir, lef to ndlv
w hi this ilny nelllled thee flrni
arrordiliilv, ami requested I hem to ,
tnske uciCMar elunges in business nt
miiKcments to mi'Ct the deelslou on
out ptt. There are, howper, a few
Iti'ins whith were lelephonwl to Peacock
A. I otnpnii Hecember tlHh, for
which iiiourr orders hnve not as yet
teen recelxrd, nnd If (the nsslstnnt) or
yourrelf recehed the money, (dense If
sue moneyKorilers and forward ns before.
The order were nil filled out on
ttiu same day." Then follows 11 list
nf ten orders aggregating nbout one
hundred dollars and n riferenre In
thiee items of earlier date upon which
n check is requested.
Stnblie replied to this letter the
following day us follows:
"t.llehua, II. T,, December 12th, Hill
"Mr. O. Willlnms, (I. A.,- Honolulu,
J I. T. ,
"Dear S.r; lleferring to voiirs u f
the eleventh, which I received this
inurnlng, money orders coloring Hid
shipments referred to ill second para,-graph
ol your letter were sent lu yes
tenlay, and havo no doubt since been
reieived. 1 will cheek over the old
items and advise us soon nt
possible. The handling uf liquois in
tho why wo haVe been brings nbout an
liunntttral condition nt this station, nnd
1 nm not surprised that so much difficulty
has been experienced in this sta
"t havu found that practically all
liquor that has conio up lyre has paised
Into (ho hands of, tn speak plainly,
nooiieggers,' and these men seem to
liayo, tuo hnppy wayuf laying awake
'nights' to tty and beat soniu ono out ot
ii dollars. I have protected these
men long enoilgh and do not feel that
1 call afford to do so lauuer.
"There aro many soldiers here who
nave laKen iimiuo ndvanlagw of the
privilege that . tun liquor question
brought about, ami in tailing th-i ac
tibn I havo it has been with a view
of bringing about a cleaner condition,
nnd letting itiu put in my timu in
1 ndliug me lcL'ltliiintc business of the
express and railway companies.
'J11 taking this action it is with tho
understanding that the companies 1 rep
resent had no other interest in the
handling of the commissions 1 have
hoen roceiving, and that they ure
ngreeublo to my voluntary cut in my
. a, 0. sTlnim:."
A copy of this letter went to Mr. V.
l . hniitu, of the Oahu Itailnay ic Laud
Company, and the following day, Mn
Stubbo received an acceptance of his
resignation of tho previous month ill
the, following letter:
"Ouhn Kailwuy 4; Land Compnnvi
Honolulu, H. T., December 13, 1013.
Olllco of Superintendent. Mr, A. Ci
Stubbe, Station Agent, Lcilehua.
"Dear Sir: Hefcrriug to your letter
of November 17 in which you tender
vour resignation us Agent at I.eilehun
to tako effect as early as possible, I
have, to advise that thu same fs accept'
ed, effective this dute.
"You Will turn over your olhce to
'Mr. .T. Trench, dr., Auditor u 1'relglit
and l'nsscnger Accounts upon U15 nr
rjvul ut Ieilehua. Yours truly,
ii&l uim 'IIO.
J!Wtl lu bill
lluMIUlj JM l&tfaltl
. U. H.M1TJI, u. r . A."
GIVES REASON FOR
' FALLING SUGftH PRICES
Wlllet and tlray's report of December
11 contains the following in regard
to the falling ipiotutious in the sugnr
lteiiners havo kept out of tho market
this vvepk. anil shown indifference
to any selling offers, preferring to see
nu end to present supplies before re
newals. In the meantime, values have
declined cent per, pound withi
Tho notable features uro the large
increased Cuba crop estimates by Cu
ban experts. Our preliminary estimate
(on Octobor 23rd) ol 2,4u,Wiu tons,
biifed upon our curly udvico from n
large number ot estates, wns on
us, too large, but now tho latest figures
obtalued b' Messrs. enable
them tu make their first estimate
of a 2,47!l,l!00-ton crop, while Mr. I
roiiies out iodnv with a still higher
estimate of tons.
Nulnrnlly it is felt that even 2c. e.
& f. ;nay not be thn limit of tho decline.
There is, however, Mich a fallshort
lu the beet crop of (invention
of Huropo that the Indications
are Ifniled Kingdom will be n large
buyer of Cubna this year, which should
have soilio steadying effect tin the market
Notwithstanding the decline in the
nurojiean lieet market, there has been
Homo Interest shown by the t'liileil
Kingdom in Cuban on a basis around
l.iillc f. n. Ii. Cuba, and it Is reported
that n enrgo was sold yesterday ol
11,4)00 tons, loading to commence nbout
tlio middle of January, nt l.!Hc f. n. b.,
SM) test. There appears to lie further
Interest ut this price.
According to this, prices lire low be
tuiiko iio one wants to buy except on u
bund to mouth basis. Thn Dump' nil
bents m 1 1 nit t i on tdiow an change, l.icht
estlmutes Unit thu sowings in liermiiuy
uevt year will be nbout the nine ns
HAMAKUA BLIND PiaOERS
ARE FOUND GUILTY
(Mull Hpeclal lo Tho Ailvorllscr)
HIII, ll.weiul.er Altnr
nvy lleera lul HllinUy fiom
lluinnkiis, vklieri' h prwiwulwl IhriNt
nf (he men irtriHed In lh kimI IUui
dua hllnd ua miUi. Tim MmUnt
toi IllW UiWJl. "bIjiIk ho.1 luii
M9M. All Her. fm'l
iy, im M IlKM I I'M), on in
I1BWI l lii'lie. J
utile inn ic uf iiu'nii tuti't,
ol ll'.'ill IiviIi
KMlfuHM Util HNJ UtoMll,
Report at Annual Meeting Show
Income of $418,051.38 with Ex-
pence of $237284.52.
According Id the annual rcort of the
liusiiti'' of tho llllii Kntlroad Company,
made ut the meeting of the stockhobl
irs held on Tuesday nflernoon, the receipts
from all sources amounted tn
3S, of which $3!i2,2i:i.l.' was
derived from the transportation
nnd $211.708.2.1 from other sources. The
expenses amounted to $S37,2SI fi4, which
left iv 'iet iiniancn ot i.M,ia.u.Mi in
favor of the lompnuy,
Corsideriiblo incriiin in the reeoipls
from :isseugi!r trallle is shown by the
leiiort, nmouutiug this yuir to $llb.
H.VJ..1U, ns against only $01,020.51 for
H iwh uuK, ii it limy luin'i'im mm ii ijn, y
Wf IIHIIIIIIH. ITIH HJ.tHII' W..II lflFT'IHl
PlnUittiB uu lb IIoiwIiiIhii nel wuck.
rty Murcbants ExchanS
Tuesday, December 23.
rrnnclseo Arrived, Dee. 23,
tho year previous. This is uccoiliile.1 1 a. m., S. 8. 1'ersin, lumen Dee. If
for by the passenger service over the
uewlv opened Hnmakna extension of
the coinj.jiuy, SHU better piospivts are
lield out for the coming year. ,
The annual elect Ion resulted in tin
choice oT tlie muiui ollicers and d'rc'tori
who served during the past ear and
mute- Whose direction the business of
thu company has shown the ninU sitlv
feclory lesulls. The ollicers ami dliecl
ors ero us follows'.
II. V. nillirghiiii, president; li. A.
Thurslon, and general
mnii'igeri A. V. Van Vnlkenbuig,
V. I'. Dillingham, treasurer;
II. IT'. t'iUitcui, nuditorj A. W. T. ltol
tomlev, assistiilit auditor', It. W. Ciller,
superintendent j II. .M. Leonard, cashier;
V. II. Hujsiiiati, general freight ngent.
The directors are II. 1'. Dillingham,
tt. A. Tlmretoii, A. W. Van A alkenbilrg,
II, M. von Holt, lllmer li. I'axtou, V
l Dillingham, 11. (I. Dillingham, V.
Klamp and IT. II. Wodehouse
JAPANESE COUPLE MAKE
VAIN EFFORT TO ENO LIFE;
DBII FURNITURE POLISH
lirol.cn henrted becauso his wife eon
feosed she loved another more than her
husband, Takemla, n .lapuiiese, induced
bis wife to drink half a bottle of furniture
polish yesterday afternoon.
Watching the effects of the polish for
u few moments, Tnkemia swallowed
the remaining half of the contents of
the bottle nnd laid down beside his
wife to dlo with her.
Soon afterward the varnish began to
work and the erics of tho couple attracted
the neighbors to their cottage
in Walter I.alie, I'alanul. Doctor
Ucmuira wns summoned and he had
the couple taken to tho Queen 'h Hom
pital, vvlieru lioroic remedies were
used. ' ' ,
l.nto last night Mr, nnd Mrs.
vvero reported resting easier,
though It probubly will be several days
befoio the eouplo will have cleared
their systems of the. furniture vuheer.
Governor Pinltliam Refers Bourbon
to W. R. Far.
rington Regarding Program.
Thero is some doubt as to whether
the Di'lnocrats uf Honolulu will hnve
un opportunity of tendering a
to Kovcrubr 1 iiikhum upon lirs arrival
here, though preparations for the
event huvo been on tor some time, It
is now leported that tho Oovcrnor has
cabled that hu prefers not to take part
in u political lccentloii linou his arrival.
Juliu KHiiiger,VliovvithC. W. Ashford
nnd other leading Ilourbous, has been
picpuritig lor the event, last night
stilled that he had received no cnble
that tho (iovernur will refuse to take
part in the propuied Democratic re-i
However, early this week Mr, VJ finger
did lcccivo n message in which the
Uoveruor referred .Mr. Kf finger and
other DeiuOcratH to W it, i'arrliigtou,
ivuoiil lie iinmeii as his repieseutatlve
here "Cousujt l'nrjingtoii," read the
iness.'ige. It nso uiiuouuced that
J'inkliani will arrive here on the
lliiiinlulau next Tuesday, that he will
tespoiid lirlelly In the genetal reception
to bo tendered him by the Ad Club
at that time and then begin wuil.. He
will uml.n a public mblress on Thursday
probalily and nu 1'iidny will enter
upon the duties of his office us chief
ripcitMiig of this last night, Mr. Ashford
stated that Coventor i'liikhmu, so
far as ho knows, has not refused to
take part in u Democratic reception
and tliut plans urn now almost completed
to lender the (Iovernur a genu
ine old time Democratic greeting one
week from tndav, .lumiury 1, It'll.
. ..... -
"Hecietinv nf the Territory" Ilny
uioiiil, M. D., was nxpi'i ted to arrive
.rum Hun I'iiiiii inco hint night nlioard
Hie H. H. .Moiil'oIIii. Al leuat tlue who
wuin to grenl him here guw. nut t In
infill million I hut (hit genial phyiiciuii
iinii'liur Is tho eliobe of (Invernor
rillklihlil flir thu w.oinl pluen
in the Territory' iidimiiUlmtinii
and will be nouiliialed ua such wllhln
Sau lVaucisco Arrived, Dec, 2.1. S.
a. llllonini', Dee. in.
Kureka Arrived, Dee. 22, S. S. Man
nugtry, hence Dec. 13.
.Midway Island Sailed, Dee, 22,
Echr. riaurcuct) Ward, for Honolulu,
lUto .Sailed, Dee. i'i, S. 8. Arironan
for Snlinn Crur..
Wednesday, December -l.
Son Vrancisco Sailed, Dee. 23, 0 .
ni., K. S. Iloiioliibiu, for llonoliilii.
San IruueUco Sailed, Dee, l, S. S
Virginian, fur Himnlulil.
San 1'edrn Arrived, Dee. 21, 8. .'
St, Helens, hence Dec, 13.
PORT OF HONOLULU!
Marion Chllcntt, from l'ort Harford,
Sir. Manna Ken, from llllo mm ..a
hnlna, 11:30 a, in.
M. N. S. H. Wlllieliulnn, from Hah
Francisco, 7:30 n. in.
Str. .Manna l.oa, from Kona nnd Kau
ports, li; 10 a. in.
M. X. S. S. Durliile, from Knhulul,
(i a, m.
T. K. IC. H. S. Shiuyo Mnrit, from
Vnkohama, 1 1 u. in.
Wednesday, December 2t.
Kosmos, 8. S. Kiirnak, from Kurope
and South America, 1 p. m,
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from San Trim-Cisco,
7:30 p. m.
Str. I.ikelike, from Kauai ports,
M. Jf. H. S. I.nrline, for San
0 p. in,
Str. Kinau, for Kauai ports, fi p. in,
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, for lslami
poits, i. m.
Str. Wailulo, for Hamakua, p. in.
T, K. K. 8. S. Shinyo Maru, for Sail
rrancisco. !l n. in.
Str. Mauna Ken, for Hnvvail orts,
10 a. m.
Str. ICaiulani, for Mnhukonn, l. in,
l'er T. K. K. S. 8. Shinyo Maru, fronl
Orient, December 23. For Honolulu t
.1. A. Allen, Arthur Ilium, .Inliu Ci Curtis,
Chun I.nl Willi, lllchnrd Drucker,
Arthur T. lleuckendorlT nnd wife, Masi
ter Arthur m Hoy Heuckendorir, Mrs,
Sei Knkehl, .Mrs. Iv. Ohara, A. Odo and
wife, K, Ono, Master Tushlco Odo, Hen.
rv .1. Qunyl.i, .1, Sakamoto and wife)
M uster M, Sul.nmoto, ilrs. .Iiiut Slieej
Ceo. V. Vurity mid wife, Clyde Water
man nnd wife, Is'. Viilniiguchlj Mr, Y.
I'er htr. Mauna Kea, from llilo and
way ports, December 22. W. Ilogm
and wife, Miss H. K. Harnes, .1. Kuri,
takl, Jlasler K. Kurisakl, Mrs. A. Hi
Olney, O. II. (!. Ilrowli mid wife nnd
child, l,eo Cliuug, uMrs. n. Diarcaiuno
and child, Mrs. Harris, Sam 1.
W D. Adams, .1. It. MiSwmlson, I.j
A, Thiirstnn, D. 1. McCornston and
wife, A. S. Hargie, II. T. Hayseldeii
Misses I'limmliigs (2), C. II. Cage, Misil
Jackson, .1. I.ill.eln, C. Miller, .1. D(
Knight, Otto Hose, .1. Do Melln, Vnli
A. N. Hayseldeiii Mrs. V. McDniigalli
I'. Kiiah.'ine, Miss Knuhane, Miss Mt
I'er M. X. S. 8. wilhclmtiin, fronl
Sau i'rnnclsco, December 8.
Arthur, Mrs. .las, S. Arthur, Mrs. II. Id
Ajerb, Mrs. D. llarnliart, Mrs. (', llauiii,
MIrm Helen lluuni, II. I). iliekel, Mrs. 11.
I), llickel, II. II. Iliekel, A. II. iiodmaui
A. Ii. Call. It. Lewis Cnlemaii, Mrs.
IE. Lewis Coleman, Miss C. Coleman aiu
goverul'ss, It, I.. Coleman Jr., M. I. Cub
version, .liimes .1, I'ngau, Mrs. .lames .li
I'ngau, .lames .1. Cagim, Jr., Misi DurH
lagan, Cmll firth, Mrs. Kmll I'irtli)
Miss Mildred I'irlli, Louis tlerber, Mrs(
l.iuils (lerber, Mrs. Manila (loblberg,
Mrs. (I. A. drove, Miss linrrlet Dutch,
M. .1. llawlny, Mrs. M. .1. Iluwlny, .Mist
Alice llealv .Mism Hstello lleuleA', Mrs,
Charles Hitchcock, Ii. 1. Hough, Mrs.
I;. I'. Hough, Lawrence Hough, Mist
Myru Hough, Miss .1. Jacobs, Miss II,
M. James, .Miss .Marie .loliauu, ,1. A.
Johnson, Mrs. J. A. Johnson and two
children and maid, Miss Jessie Kennedy,
James A. Kennedy, C ('. Kenned,
Miss Mane Krai, Miss P.,
Mrs. M, C. I.auiilzcii, dipt, .f,
II. Mrs. John l.illle and two
children J. K. I.liiyd, lllchnrd l.uthcr,
W. M. Luther, Mrs. W. II. Luthrtr, Henry
i:, Mnglll, M. II, Mngill, Mrs. M. II.
Miiglll, Mrs. M. McCnuiiell, .1. M,
Mrs. it. (I. Moiun and two children,
Mi. II. I'. Nnltiige, J. M.
,luimi I'. Itnll, Mm. Jus. I'. Hull,
.Inn Hchwnrt, .Ml" W. Hhuell'er, Mrs.
M. W. Hhingie, II. It. Klmpkliit, Mint
CiiiiiIIIii Thoiiiteii, Mi KM ii T'ntlcho
Mitt l(. Wulker. C. I Wight, Mrs, C.
I.. Wlylil, Mr. I'limetimlf.
I'er lr, I.ikelike; from Kliinil ports,
Divmuiiber HI. W. Ilnliliitnii, It unlike,
rim. Ml (i. itnliiii.'. Aim.
Kiiua, fl, Ki'Mlu, '. Ahernj, ,1, ICuAuo,
It. tiaiii, lft, Uhlbii., M. Toot, T. Almr
nr, .iiiiiiwi li, llllllinil'l i mi'iiio , tii,.u ,. huulnl. W
' " l"'. DUMIOIt, SIM,
u ruliib.nl of Uukim ilMul ullhuuul
r. .... w. ...-,.., -.-( '"
.:-. . .
II Iltw UM DM JN
id ii u very W
Honolulu Stook Exclnngi
'itrMtu'iJT'lN llwMliilti I XalniifllirttiiuifK, Mr, nml lift. MkIi"I,
K, JlCrVf . A. A. Impi, J. IUibi.
tAtll m. b prowiMtil ' ""Ml. """"' I . Au.lfwi, 11. ,
llt .kABlAAMutA.AL AIM
(Mlbll. H.M. ll liM Ililu piUWIMIiUl Iw'AIWM, ' ' Htnlllj. V. I'lotl, ll 111-
Unworati. eiiiU., vliliiiiiiili li i il. M' IU"". ' "mM, mim
UUtlMU'il lb 11 IV Mid nil lit tttllke
iul p'loi lo lb vlnrlluH nl Itflo HIIH
II HM Hllh I, I, M' uinlM i"l I hi'
prl plkllurui ivr IL. mitHlniitliuu
f.r I' U f " Mwnui
I'mi H, ! i ml i . I
Iminr, Ml. M It V l.i,,liuin.
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Wednc.lay, 84, 1(113
NAME OP STOCK fJ'J ' JJ '"" Uik
Alex. lljMivin I.IJ
C UiewtiA Co
Iiw. Atriculliiitl ...
Itw, Cam, A Sug. Co.
law. but. Co
lulchinmn Suttr llin
Kekttit SufM Co,.,,
Koloa . ... ,. .,,.,
McHlTde Sul. Co, Lid.
.,... i. .- ?.-
uinu oucai vq .,
Olta Sutar Co, Ltd...
rtaiihti. Ua,a LviftM in
'tpctkro ...it. .,.,
Pioneer Mill Co ....
Wtlalua Atr. ui .....
Wtiluku Suear Co....
W timet Sugtr MIU...
Iltw. I.lcctrlc Co ,
lliw. lit. Co. Lid
lloR. H.Co. VkT.....
I Ilia K. K, Co. com.,
Honolulu Urcwlnt &
. MilllncCa Ltd,.,
lion. On Co. I'M ..
Hun. jii Co. Coin."
It. It. !, UCo. Coin.
inicr.isianu n. n .u.
Vlulual Tel. Co
O. It. At. Co
Tanking Olok Ku'j Co
tlanitkua Dilch Co 6..
Iltw, coin. , sugar io,
Hawaii.,!, in .i, v....
Ilaw; Ter. 4 i c (Re
liuiuing isuui ........
lUw. let. tpcnibtni
iIjw.Ic tnefuU Im
Iltw. Ter, Ai pe
I law, Ter. 4Wp c,
Iltw. Ter. JSd c
llilo R.K.fji'Clhdit ol
Ililu K. A. Cu. Kel. A
, Clin. Con. 111.
llbnakaiaug Co. spc
Hon. iu ui uu o.,
Kauai K co. M...,
Kohala Dilch Co. 6s
MclirjUe biigtr Co., &
Vlulml Tel. t
Ntiomat Con. ft....
O. H. 4 I-Co. tpc.i
P t.Iic Uunao I'crtllicr
CO. L4 i.i.
Pacaic sugar Mill Co
Pionrer MillCo. 5rc,
Sin Cirljn Mill Con. r
WtlaiusVfr, Cr.l ec.
L. ' K. .-,' '' t '. .
.J 1 1, 1 u,4
! ih lit
lll.l hlM VI
. ... 70
Between Boards. '
Kna, 1!5, S, Jfc.
. ScsBlon Sales.
S rincs, 30.50; 0 llnlldi, 87.50; n
88 Di'g. AnalyHls llcets, . S 10'Jid;
parity, 3.11; HO Deg. Ceiitrifugnln,
So nemioiiH of the Kxchnngo iVill bo
held on Thursday, Crlday and Hnturday,
Dec. 2.5, 20, ami i27, ,ipi;i. unrisuuas
HrflWn. K. W. liemiett. Mrs. V,
Mi Hrav, Thoinns Ilurke, L. Koon. Chun,
Mrs. I.'. Koon Chan nnd infant, .1. C.
Coppage, h. li. Carpenter, .Mrs. J v..
Cnrpetiter, Muster Vernon (.irienler,
(leorgu 1'. Cook, Mrs. ticorge 1'. Cook,
Mrs. (1. It. inrter, r;. u. loimor,
K. C. Connor, 8. T- Chang, 1'. J. (.Vessy,
Mrs. 1'. J. C'resay, 13. Dcsnouee, Mrs.
Iv Dcsnouee, Master M. Dcsnouee, S.
K. Dougherty, K. W, Dennett, Mrs. W.
ir. Dewey, Miss M. K. Doub, Mrs. C. V.
Kppingei, Jliss t3. Dunes, Miss M. H.
Kynon, Dr. A. Hnlinau, Mrs. A.
M. Kiiiliibiw, Jlra. 1'. II. J'rnser,
Miss Dnrothy K. CreMihood, Miss
Cortland, Mm. 1'. Orunliuf. Mr.
O. A. llartinan, Irs Margaret Hodges
and Infant, I'red Huiliou, Mrs. Fred
H111I1011, Colonel Hnys, Mrs. Hays, Mrs.
,1. 1". C. ilngens, A. II. Huylerj Mrs. A.
11, llnyler, Mrs. C. M. Howe, J. Henry
Hind, Mrs. .1. Henry Hind, Or. V.
llolidy, Mrs. W. C. Ilobdy, K. Hntcliliw,
Mrs. K. Hutchlns, 13. li. Hyde, Mis. 13,
II. Hvilei Miss A. Hoogs, J. (1 Johnson,
W. In. Johnatone, II. A. .IoIiiihIoiio, Mrs.
Yf. Ilentile Jonei, uMlss'Muinl Jones,
.Mrs. A, II, II. .I111I1I, Aliss until .lens,
I., Kiihilue, .Miss Kealolia Kekele, 1 W,
Klebnhn, II. Krusi, Mrs, II, Krnsi, Miss
I'rinelllO Krusi, Mrs. iv. V. I.a I'ollntte,
Miis Marion I.a 1'ollctto, W. 11. Lorenz.,
.Mis. v'. II. Iiiirenz. H. I J. hoiki',
tiir (.'. .I.ove, ,Mrs. I'. I.ove, I", ii, .Mob
len, Mra. IV 11, Mullen, (I. 13. Murshall,
W. (I. Marshnll, C. T. Atelioher, l.leut.
Col. Clins. T. Meuoher, 13. A.
.Mrs. 13. A. Mrs.
Nuwton Matthews, Mrs. J. I), ilcDjiu
gul. V. 13, McC.ill, (i. a, McKenzie, J,
C. Miintguinery, Mrs, .1. li. Moutgomory,
llussell J, Matthias, J. II. NockcN, Mish
Muliilli Oak wood, I'. Oxsen, Mrs, P. Ox
s.-n and rlillil, ('. II. O'Hrieii, Mrs. 13. J.
I'hllllps, ', ('. 1'iiit, I.. T. I'eck, l'runk
N, I'n v ne, 13, 13. I'ottcr and nurse, V.
II. I'earsou, A. I.. I'erelval, Aubrey
liobiiison, Dr. II. Kewall, .Mrs. II, Kew-all,
Mrs. '. M. .Speck, Miss Dully
Htrlcklaml, 13. M. Hcoville, -Mrs. 13. M.
Kcoville, i;. Ii. M111III1, I'aul Hclieid, II.
u. .smarl, .Mrs, -vi, 11, rJintliuu, .Miti
A. M, Tlinuipsnu, Churles II. Turner,
Miss .Margaret Tujlor, D. ', Warren,
'Mrs, 1.. J. Warren, .Miss It. II, Wiirreu,
Mrs, I li'li rv A, Wilson, (Mimics Wilson,
ItViir Adbilml W. (;. Wise, IJ. H, N
( . 13, Welel, Airs. C. 13, Wetstel,
I er M. N. H. H. I.urllmi, for Hum
I'mui'itcn, Diii'.unlier W. -'. II, lll.imh
mil, Minn II. I, Culver. J. 13, lliirhuiii.
Alls. J, 13. Durham. ,1. I', Dtiuuhorli'.
Mlt Aliie lilies, , ilmuuiisnii, Aim, W,
II. I.ur.liiiir, Alits I!. I,. I.ardner, AIIm
H. 13. Lindner, .. It. Ajyem, .1, 13.
win, J. T. Allulier, Win. C, Alrlliillle,
Mm, Win. r, MrDiinie, Mr. A.
II r. 13. Miiivent, Mitt 13 Mli'H'nt,
AIIm il. I.. Mlermis, ill. K. II WilllHiM
son, AIIm AiiKliln Wood.
"'- - '
Mir Willism I'iiiiiktt. ill. inner uf
hiilliUM, iftwutlr rU)itilii hit smhu
(lit! I llllilAy NttlM'ilUUliduin In. .'
lie la Minolta) III )uung llill uf I he IHue
III i lll 111 1 1 ml)' I'ligu I 111 imiuii
41.1 1 word lli i bid (II
iiMiir. I, sin! iiii4riuii ,n, u I'n bnii
ni, mini, lum kii. 'I Hi rt'irll ini'li
I ll'V'it nu 1
HAWAII N n7FT1T 1 kin v ih.imiiu i ii. M MI I IM Y ..V
Pepy's Diary Contain
Account of How He Spent
the Day Hoarinff "Pdor .Sermon"
by Bishop Morley in 16C2.
In I'epyn' Dinry there l nn intercut"
Ing account of the way that Cnrlttmo
won KM'iit in 1GG2:
"Had n ptenH.int walk to Whitehall,
where I Intended to havo received Solrt
tuiiulon fnmlly, but X caniQ n
little too late. So I walked up ,)nto
the home and njient my tlmo looliijig
over pictiires, particularly tno dnip'm
King Henry the Highth VoragA
Ilullnen, mnrking tho .great .lLuferenf e
between those built then nnd now. Iff
mid by, down to the chapel agntri, Where
Hliinop .Money rre.iciictl on tno song
nf the nligeU, 'Olory to Ood oil high,
tin earth vence and good yrHl toworil
men.' 'Met bought he made .but a poor
sermon, but long, and reprehending tho
euiniiion jollity of the court for Uio
true that shall and ought to be pn
thoin ijiiyn. Carllcubirlzed concerning
their exec-", in plays and gaming, sqy
itig that he whoso bfllce it Is to keep
the gamesters in order nnd Wit bin
buiimlM Berves but lor li set;6nil 1 a
duel, meaning the gruome porter. Upon
which it was worth observing how far
llwiy nro cnine from taking the
nf a IliKliup porloii.Aly, that
thev nl IniH'h in the chnpcl when he (
llecti'd on their ill action nml conrpes.
He lid niiieli press us to joy in
pulilir ilnya of joy and lioi)ltnlity. JJut
null that Mood b vvliina'red In illy ear
that the llijliopiln ilot spend onp gro:to
to the poor himself. The sermon ityne,
good anthem fnllovveil with "Vfnfld.
nbil the King eaino down to receive tho
A DAY OF FASTING
When did Christmiis beginf 86 old
11 festival is it, co intimately have vro
been nssoriated with it from earliest
childhood, so completely do its
nml activities and spirit perrado
the world that it seems as if it must
be as old as the very earth itself.
Of course, wu know that it is an anniversary
of tho birthday of Jeans tf
Nuznretli, nnd that it is not nearly to
old ao that event, for ih the early days
of the Christian Church thcro was no
such celebration. The very Word Christ.
inns is of comparatively Into origin. Tho
word in first used in 103S, its form then
Wing tho mass of
Christ. Orlgeli, un early nther of tho
church said that in the Scriptures it
was the sinners nlnne, not the saints,
who eelclirnted their birthdays. An
other early writer referred to the fart
that tho birthdays of the iingh.ii gods
wern kept by tho people. Tlie very first
evidence of a feast having been held in
lienor nt the birth ol Christ wns jn
Kirypt nbout the year BOO. Clement of
Alexandria said: "Certain Kgyplldu
theologiaus ovr curiously resign, not
the yenr alone, but, the day of Chrisfn
birth, placing it on May 23." Another
date assigned to the event was Mnrdh
28, because on that dn,, thu nlaterhil
sun was created.
Tho Mouble .'Oiumeiiiiiratiuu of tho
Hplphaii.v nnd tho Xutivity beciunq popular
pirtly becamo tlio lipparitiOU of
the shepherds was cousidcrcd ns "lib bf
tin- manifestation of Christ's glory,
Itecaii"!) of tho increase of merry
making King Canute gave older about
1110 Hint there should be fasting instead
uf .feasting from Clirislliiai to
i:piplinny. At various (lines both cvll
and ecclesiastical authorities condemned
vnlious forms of celebration, ma,uy
of them because they had 1isii curried
to excess. In Knglnnd in lllil all
i.liristmiiH olservance was forbidden liy"
J'arlinincnt. Tho diiv was to b o. fast.
a market day, and the ihop9 were
lieue.i 10 no oiicii. vvorso tnan au,v:,l
juiiiii puiiuiiii. ami iiiiiico pies vyyru co4
iiemiieii as lientlieiilsm, loyprs or
Christmas resisted tlie measure a ml at 1
Canlerllury unit other plaies therpj
was moniisticu. .11er ine iiesiorution
nil of the lovers of old Christinas
revived them to the full aiul tliQ
Dissenters eotitented lliemselves wUIl
dubbing Yuletido f'ooltlde.
GOOD CHRISTMAS OMENS.
If you will go lo the crossroads between
eleven nml twelve on CUrUt'
mas night you will hear what piost
concerns you in the coming yenr.
If on Christinas Uvu you make a lit-tin
ilea 1 1 of salt on the table, and it
melts over night, )ou will die the next
year; if, In the morning, it rcmuin un-diminished,
yen will live.
If a shirt be spun, woven nm sew.
ed by a pure, ehiiste maiden on Christ
inns I). iv It will be proof against lead
(I. Doinlii'jii, Hie I'ilipiuo violinist ,
who was often lienid nl tlio Voilug
llulel llalhskeller, wrllra from Htfti
I'runcUiii to (lustoii ,1. Iloikse of The
Advertiser, that A. IV Tnvlor, tlio Hun.
I'miicUm (merit nf the Haivuli 1'ronnc
I Hun I'nmuillli'H, lull) found U'Mpurnrv
work inr iiim wild liert bevev, thovrell
known Ho 1 1 l'rani'l'0 tlientriciil lunik
lilg ngent, Diiiuliigo hat nlreiiily iuyil
Hi 11 iiiiinlMir nf limitim in vnrlnut (Fall
fmiilH ml N'hviiiIh iiiut. I In niieeu
lo relurp In lloiiolulu nuiuetiuii) during
III eoiiiuiK Wiililli.
Jni v ii-e pretbli'iit
un I UiuitilJirr iT ttiu HluirU'l Mint UtfU
Milling Coiunr. illniiml, Atkli,,
lnai in i 1 0 j n uuniil well) r,
lul, till, h nut Ullcll'lel I,, so llll'b
"i 1 in' lfM) wi'ie tent to ,Ui
(.en 1 .1 mi ii t juieer at utaitUnt mil
'I'm 11. r 11 .lb (kit mliiiHiiiy JIMMI.
"' " or nllllUK rimirnr, Ib'r
ii. . ii i u, kuin 4ljw,iiiij i ynur