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-; eighteen ; ..t "- 'i IM01F1 HOTEL 1 Aba u Weekly Calendar MONDAY i SA f RAMISgQ Cry Street. aWvv.Uailoa Sqwr EuropnPUa Wp' American FUo $30 day op Hew . gtel and J. txd ak etiucrure. Third additioa of hundred rooms cow building., Eviry comfort and convenience. A hicx clkM hotel at very moderate rates. ; In center of iheatre and retail district. On car tinea transferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets aU trains and steamers. . t ..." . TUESDAY -V.. ITKDXESOlTi vriirRSDATi, ; FRIDAY f r Batted ayi -r mU"ABCCli. J. H. DETAILS OF COM rj -JLji jI jLjILiljLjLjw i COMPANY'S NE L LADMHED FLAGSHIP, MATSOMA , ' " 5 i-s..:. lie W - - ;. I .-1 I. tr V. 'AH visiting members of the order are cordially invited to at tend meeting of local lodge.' ; EOXOLCLC LODGE, tit, B. P. 0. 1 ; Honolulu Lode No fltV a P. 0. Elk meets 14 their ball, 01 King St, near - Fort Every Friday evening VUttlng Brothers art corllally.tavlted U .. . " attend, ' ". ' '' .! ' f.v-.-;- XL DUNSHEZV Sec , ;i LTect n .-tit tat - ,?. . . . ' A a y i ; ot eael ;rfioatk-.;t'K.p. ;Eall, T;SO p. ,0, 'tlembeni '-o cth r. Ajwoclatlom are cordially la rited to atieaL -'tert . xci r. ITeeti eTery 1st tii 3 Tue ty erealcr at 7:S3 clocila 11 cr P. Uali; cor. Port tz.S tsretanla. yi::uzj, trcur . . -y fciTlttd to atttri. - -A-X a. :r',-3. CL'a ,-r, EC2C0LULTJ LODGE Xe. CVy . , , . L. 0. 0; 1L v-:; v:u r"" at tteir tinie, ccsaer Fori t r 1 - L ; r aaaia - Street, every Friday c-, "T at 7:20! o'clcck. - Vy-i-;;r Vi;:j.r.2 trottcrr ," cordially ,'. tarlted G . n.'.'LKITirEAri. Acting Dictator, ' j.::::3 W. LLOYD, Secretary.;;?, ;: f f CAHU CARRIAGE MFQ. CO. ila acd Retail Dealers. In Car 3 ar.1 Vcr:a Llaterials and -j Cujjlle.. ' -w ;j I'iker ar.d Cenertf Repa! rc:.-iL-r, ciacKtmitnins;:" rklnj ana Trlmmlna - , . , rr. iMsca Read irn LHHa, ccr. Vineyard J:.::n 01::t:ic Co. --rrlra and Contracting. Peer , i ..;:rv!r3' rfhtj and, Reef Colv C: .Ttnter Work and fiuppliea If. J3H .i. . . : : ; . Propriety : 1: t m 03 Post C arcis CITI ' llERCA'NTI LE 6 24 Hotel St nr. Nuuanu ; ' r ; rr. tr'y 4 the Talttlio Druj Co'ii . - now located 'at j ; ;',""'":v" Fcrt and Ceretsnlai Stretta. v, Opp. Fire Station. 7 v i .CfiOLULU COLLECTION.' AGENCY AND COMMISSION BROKERS. l Crf on and Hotel S'Tei" 4381. r.crcrcnee Bureau, V Cdlectlon.' - At , , - tictments, Eitt and, Clalma, 2o fee for registration. . ' tXAE H ilcKATV ; General 'Xtanager. O LD GROWTH r YELLOW. i F B - x -.v-. j DOORS. , ' r?&T BELLINGEIT aVhOTTEL .";. A V' -. 75 Pauahl St ?$f s:vi. -;.Cole 'Agents. , V:; Holiday 1 ;- XT- REASONABLE PRICES HOMO L U1L U H AT C O , -Held opn. Bethel CH EM ICXl,; ENGI NES AND. WATCHMAN'S CLOCK V?L.For -Ca!e"bV ' j;; A. Gl L U A II; ;5.-rfi Fft Street -; ' ' AND OTH rii PIANOS. y ItS Hotel . Strewt.:- Phone 231S -v TUNING GUARANTEED G26; 1 .MERCHANT TAIL0R Moved to Walty BIdflV King St, ' , Rooms, 4' and 5, over .Wells- -Farco A CftM '.;.-;- rjartin BellevQe Hbte Comer Geary and Taylor tta San Francisco ' , a refined doom hi aBnauai aa eellence. " Wlthls tho shopplnj and theatra district. ; Poeltlvt 'ry fire-proof - Every room -wit . tettn American p!an 4.CJ 4 day '. turopean plan, X2JC9 a day ca. I Cpeclxl Monthly Ritasv j): -j ror raixcer xmormauoB aooreaa Arnold Wt!bI, Honolulu repre sexUUve, 2005 Kalla Eoad, Tel- EOTELAtJBIiEY: : HAUULA, OAHU, HAWAII blBtlniiilihed "for It clientage. : appointment ; '. and - location. Eqniny . attractive to weekly, nonthly cr transient truest.' A select family, homelike country hotel, and good meal. -'T - V STRICTLY; HOME COOKING COOL AN D INVITING.! J. Train to .the Odor. ,5 v. y Moderate Rates f Phone C72 - A. C. AUBREY, Pres. WAIM EA, KAU Al S ; h f fexrUt'Traia C-Cettf, ;feinsriTgy?:i.Vi PropHetoi- 4 t'ftSAL - CHANGE OF CLIMATI ;a be had at the new ooardlna boos'r ari -tuoo 'i-: ; f eel f Ievario.v uear, cepot, grama scenen, xxne oas--iktlnf. i For particulars, addrett ICrusa Wahlawa- Phone 4 .1 U' . C hr i s tH a s AT THE t v J GOOD DINNER. ' j. fVv POP-CORN For Tree Decorations and ; the HONOLULU POPCORN v CO. V 132 Fort SL Phone 4301- XlcCtsliry Coffee Co. 'V COFEE ROASTERS;. beateraln Old Kona Coffee rv - Merchant Street Honolulu C?H R 1ST MAS G O O D S iV-i Now' on Display. 1.- - -. , - C ANTO N ; O R Y G 0.0 0 8 - 0 O - Hotel 'BLi opp; Empire" Theater " All ' Kteds' WrapplngcPapers and Twines, Printing and Writing Pspera r AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER r ;S.U P P IY C O, LT D. Fort and Queen .Streets - Honolulu Phone 141 ; Geo. CL Guild, Oea.- afgr If Go to Ye Regal Boot Shop and " Get the NewU ? SPECIAL SHOES FOR BOY i t i SCOUTS -THE Crossroads Bookshop, Limited ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING "Everything In Books" . Bethel St, near Hotel ,1 ti, MatsonlaL a steel single-screw .amoMn cnmDleted 4 in uctooer by ' the Newport News: smpouimmg Anit DrV 'Dock Company of. Newport News, ViU, la tha Jatest addition to the Matson Navigatiori Company s fleet, and will be operated In regular service between , San Francisco and Honolulu, HawaiL 5-c ShA will le eouiiiped for - carrymg a large' amount of cargo and also is pro vided with; modern ; and up-tp116 quarters for the accommodation of 246 flrntlass DassenKers and 78 steerage passengera aa Well as a crew lei 121 officers and men. ' - The leading particulars or tne.ves- RAt are : T Leneth. ' over ail, reet ; length, between f: perpendiculars, ; 484 feet; breadth; molded; 58 ieetidepth, molded to shelter deck. 44 feet 9 inch es; "sea speed;, loaded to 24-foot, draft. 16 knots r displacement at z-rooi oran 13,500 tonsThe. ship rhasTbeen con structed - in. full accordance .vwith . Lloyd's Register of Shipping,: Class 100 Al. r. :h- : - ' : ; t"V. t The machinery 4s located ;af c as on the other .vessels -of : this j line. : The cargo will fcearrled forward machinery space below.the upper oecs and In the portion of the upper 'tween decks , forward of the. dlnUig salooflu Provision' is made for carrying a. large supply; of fuel oil, the' lower. 1?art of the f orwardhold being arranged for fuel oil storage, as well as. the double bottoms which are made deeper than usual, and thefore peak. Amidships in the hold Is' sS tank for r carrying over 200,000 gallons of molasses, with pumping plant adjacent This tank is also arranged for.carrying fuel oil on emergency. A large space on the low er, 'tween decks Is fitted up for carry ing refrigerated cargo, and the upper tween decks -forward is arrangea.es pecially for the . carriage of bananas. The total space available for cargo is about; 450,000 cubic feet exclusive of themolassesltank:'':vw . - i t The upperi deck tamldshlps as well ss two tiers: of houses above shelter j deck are defoted : tot the accommoda tion of f passengers.' -, Deck officers quarters ' and pilot .house are located in teak- house above . the ; passenger quarters j :r ' -' ' - 'i '- On ahelter deck aft are located, the purser s oince ana: .Marconi rooms. The :Seamen's quarters are; located, In 1 the forecastle,' while aft ori upper ,and : shelter, decks are located quarters for j the engineers', stewards department, etc." "V ; ,,. ." . .-' ;?.X- On the shelter deck Is provided a so-, cial hall forward with deckhouses aft containing staterooms ooenlng 6hrto a wide and snacious promenade Extend ing theetitlre 4length: of," the Vessel. ; Below." on the : upper- deckhand well forward Js the dining 6aloon; aft of which .ate first-class staterooms, pan try, -galley, and 'farther aft are'spaces for steerage passengers. . On the bridge deck forward. Is the smoking room and .. aft of same are located . additional staterooms ; wher ever possible, arranged In suites.- For the safety of those on board, watertight subdivision is provided bt a cellular cuble bottom 5 feet 6 inches deep extending full length be tween peak bulkheads" as Well as by seven transverse watertight bulk Beads. ; ; . r Ballast is provided for- In .the cellu lar double bottom which Is sub-divided into tanks aft for the storage, of fresh water, while' forward the space is de voted to the storage of fuefoil. The vessel is constructed on the . ordinary transverse' frame principle 10-inch channels" being spaced, 28-inch centers In general,' except somewhat closer In forehold, and fn fore andf aft pe'hks where 8-inch. channels are spaced 24-inch on centers. The floor plates in cellular double bottom are ! fitted' on every frame, The"? deck beams vary, 8-inch channels for main deck, 7-lnch channels for upper and shelter decks and 6-inch angles for the bridge deck, fitted to every frame, while In bridge deck house; 4-inch aneles are spaced 30-inch on centers. Two rows of wide-spaced pillars and fdrders are adopted in holds, on main deck and on upper deck aft of pas sengers' quarters but throughout pas senger quarters smaller stanchions are used. A bilge keel extends on each Side for a length of 250 ft amidships. The propelling' machinery consists Of one four-cylinder triple-expansion engine, I. H. Pa; 8500 .at SO JL P. Uj with cylinders of - 35 ln 61,in? and 281 in. in. diameter, having a. 66 in. stroke. ; The propeller is of the right handed built up type with manganese bronze , blades and a cast, iron bulb. The main r condensers are of the-independent cylindrical type. -X. - The auxiliary machinery consists of one centrifugal ' circulating, pump,: an independent air pump, two independ ent difect-actln?feed .pumps,;two 25 ton evaporators, W-distilleri feed filter .n1 heWeri bllfife lahtt" ballast pumps of large capacity and4 general. service, j sanitary ansd various otner pumps.; 1 ne steeflng'gear is' Sbf 'the. Brown' Steam Teller . tipe' aiid sls Quipped with com plpte telembtol -teontroL r- V I The, ship is heated, and thoroughly ventilated throughout.;;f,r '', v Electricity' fof lighting and poer sKirpottef' W Wlied by tWo 30-KiW. and one 60- BgineTidriveri; gen- eS-at6fs m ?r" I The remgeratmg piani lgeqmpiieu y&tttk '? wtMoS tefricerating rma chinas4 wlthvn necessary rplping and cold storage ttbmslitDrtnktng water is circuIMed tttrough -colls to public spaces'"- ''' ' "-. JJifeboat'accbrnmodatfOT; is pro vided for' all "off 'Doara - oy t means 01 nine' 28-ttiealirc double-ended' boats and- one 28-n? wooden .power -boat for towing-the flet of lifeboats.' In ad dition there wilr be a work-boat ' AU are "carried' . under IVelin Patent Da vits.' . ,.1 ' . " : - For ; loading- and discharging cargo the ship IS ; provided with two cargo ports on the' upper deck and four on either side' on the main deck, as welt as two : cargo -: hatches forward on shelter "deck" ' and ' two trunk hatches sAJicrtL'Gvrt awu ,uiiu9"f a - --o deck Tne last two wixi do suppuea with "electric elevators for the handl ing of sugar cargoes. . To the.Toremasrare attacneo iour 5-ton b'oomsV;.and one ' 504on boom, rralnma st four 8-ton booms, all for nanaung cargoy wniie-10 ine 'nuascn. mast' if attached one 8-ton boom for handling engine room weights. Steam is generated m tnree single- ended Scotch boilers, each 1? feet 5 inches in diameter and 12 feet long, containing about 6000 square feet heat ing surface, and six Babcock and Wil cox water tube boilers containing 22, 800 square feet heating surface. Boilers are to carry working pres sure of 230 pounds per sauare Inch, but. are deshmed and built for 250 , to the dining room where one may go pounds, and operate with oil -fuel, me- between regular table settings and ob chanically atomized, under natural . tain light lunch. T3n either side of draft. tlie dining room light enters through The oil fuel system is of the New-, a series of cathedral glass windows port News' Shipbuilding and Dry Dock ( suffusing into warm glow over the Com nan v tvne. whirh has been devel- entire room. oped by considerable experiment at the shipyard. This system has been fitted to several of their recent ships and has given extremely satisfactory results under both natural and forced draft An elaborate outfit of machine tools is fitted In the engineer's workshop. The full complement of oil tanks for engine room are of sufficient capacity for carrying lubricating, cylinder, re frigerating engine oils, etc., for a 60 days' run. Passenper Accommodation. About midships on the upper deck are" located spaces for the accommo dation of steerage passengers. The rooms are large and roomy and spe cial attention has bden given to their ventilation. Forward of these rooms and com pletely separate from same are first class staterooms. These, together with the ones located in the deckhouses on the shelter and bridge decks, are pan eled in a simiyie design in white. The white enameled berths, the mahogany furniture, the green carpet, all com-j known as Empire, with mahogany pan bine w ith the cretonne window hang- felling and gilt ornament, enriching tho ines in giving a very cool and restful ! warm color cf the mahogany and effect. Wherever possible private baths are arranged and all rooms are ar ranged conveniently to bathrooms. In many cases rooms adjoining are so ar- Scene at launching of S. S.' Matson la. ranged that they may be thrown Into private" iilte,n.v r' Z--:'"T'-' Tenf special sfaterobms'iire 4 pro vided.'each with Its own bath and fin ished in ar individual style of decora tion. " "There' are ' two" suite 'paneled in .birdseye ; maple, .the long ; panels displaying the natural beauties of the wood to great advantage. Six; other rooms are paneled ' In ' mahogany with mahogany or silk tapestry panels va rying ,in. tone1 and color, and two are finished -. in white : colonial,- one with) blue v and the i othqr With . pln: : illk tapestry panels, The? special grooms are all .fitted, with ieavy brass ' bed steads v and, Ather ; specially '.designed furnltur in -mahogany I IS'- i-1 'x; In a'dditlorf to. these" there are; eight other; rooms ' finished more'elaborately than ? the ordinary first-class 4 state roomss hnd not y, quite fas elahorately as the'speciarOoms'l.V- I " yafnr on; e bridge are neatly and tastefully treated and the captain's room' forward is in close proximity, to the wheel, house,-: which is modern, tin ; every particular : and fitted with every known appliance forr ship-c6ntroL'.- yK-.!r::, iiTA " Well forward and extending ; across theJ ship on' tthe ; upper deck is the dining- room, arranged . to accommo- tfate 206 persons at one sitting. The j-naissance -period. ' There ; Is a wain cot ,' yof mahogany surrounding ' the room, surmounted by a pleasing ar rangement of paneling, enriched here and there by ornament. ln low relief. The color 'scheme above is carried out in a series of grays ranging : from ; a rich , warm .'tone to the almostt pure , white celling Wide spaced stanchions af e - encIbsedV in 'mahogany richly J carved; . "harmonizing with the fcarved .moivi a as atuu& klivz .- vv auo. .AUa beamed ceiling la supported at these columhs'by carved consoles and at the forward i end la the ! mahoeanv - tidv ooard tor massive, yet refined propor-, j tions. . ,The floor is covered with Non . parell , , cork., tiufig ? A in the ? natural shade;; completing the effect. : AtUhe forward and after ends are alcoves ' whlcV may . very well serve ror amner . parties, arrording that pri vacy sometimes so 'much desired. The tables are small and arranged to al low all necessary Tspace and to "avoid the appearance1 of being crowded, as is generally the case on passenger vessels.'' - - ' - . An' Innovation has been introduced In. placing" a buffet at the entrance j These sash are provided with ven tilating grilles and. these together with a system of exhaust ventilation will keep the room cool at all times. Immediately aft of the dining sai loon is the 3tair hall, treated In mod ern English. This same hall Is car ried up for three decks and the spa cious stairways connecting same have wrought iron grilles of simple design. The walls are panelled in mahogany, htrge panels being used which in their very modesty, only serve to enhance the xich grain of the wood and to emphasize the beauty of the smaller carved panels, which are fitted in com bination with them. Arrowlock elas tic tiling in the green and brown tones is used as a floor covering, blending harmoniously with the ma hogany panelling. Over the stair leading to the bridge deck is the ship's clock handsomely mounted in a large carved naneL On the shelter deck forward of this stair hall is the social hall. The style hare adopted is of the period tringing out the quiet dignity of the period iT represents. Furniture quietly designed and (Continued on page nineteen) TT? !1 .1 etmi j Is t splendid Qlft for any ; housekteper.: It la a perfect 'and " , practical table tfove. that will, fry eggs, bacon and chops, roU 4 steaks, toast bread, pep'corn bake grlddie; cakes and omsiets ::BfaetrcobV ; .. ; . i-r - t ':.- : 4'"-.- . . ."-- - "-7 it Is so convenient and " serviceable . that ; lt3 owner, finds : coutaniriise1-f of. IL' She' can prepare- breakfasts;; Wcheons. or ' suppers without going Into the k!tchen.lShe "hses It when the servant Js outt Unmakes her IDon't fail to see our display for Christmas. r.: jI vv-r-''"-v;i::-itvJs-V "v.-;;r: ;i;..-'- .nv.'.. J - C '.;,.-'- ;y -;; : - .'- . fWr-A - ; "v U-NEEDA- i'LAMP)' . - -V, ? Wa SPECIALALOT BOUGHT IZo have thon, C6.C0 to C3 50 (WORTH FROM $10 UP) VX . ; ; .AIID TiiBY Pf' Tii in . I.' n . . PI? ;:-;,:w;v-, .; -r. tH';'-WM. TO! AND FROM ALL LINES OF TRAVEL i .-. v, i ft. n w , 1 - f'l i Beat Equipment In the city for TeL 1871. Opposite- Lews rs & Cook. H 0J L I D A Y : A LE Llllliltl V LATEST STYLE3 IN LA DIES ? AND GENTLEMEN'S AT IREDUCED PRICES iNuianu,- bet King and Hbtel Streets. 01 'Ui UU lJ k. wm NEW ZEALAND "SPRING LAMB ARRIVED BY THE VENTURA. C. Q. Yee King St meat ; independent . of the cook and. of Westinghouse Electric Ware rf -4.V-t... V.- AC DlSCUNTALE" " VT" ' AEE BEAUTIBG fliir ,T7irf1r"rr E. 132 Fc Lw-U- ' 1 GITT,'Propr. : :-.'V: . - '..-v. .... i this Lt nt V.srhVi.i ;:-;C:' V. .74;S. KTha 8L --- Market Phone 3451 Hop .-O -.') ,-vK - . 4-- a. . . .