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- V . , 1 ' f. 'i i . in . r- 1 1 ''- T" T '- ' ' '"- " '" ' 11 T Latest Addition To The Mktson Fleet CfllinTEETfl lETIfliRi'l i r lO'iiUISH i. M RAN S . 1 P H I AH A A ATER fOTIEIHiOT niinrn niiHTwirnn! CASE IMPORTANT IIAIUUI; HMtlBj LAND IN TOILS r 4 I- , The latest Mutsoa 5fai1UJ tte maiden Tojape to Ujc llairallti blands bj March 1.. '?e Mm itill engage In serrlce between San; fraiciMco, Honclnln and Kahalcl te Tesgel to eoreplctc roand trip tojafre each montb. ITIth aeeommov (LitloB far Kioro. tban one Hundred portant factor In tbe tclpplng of Due to arrive within a few day a at Puenta Arenas, the Jar southern point ;' of communication touched by vessels - . proceeding from the Atlantic to the Pacific by the way of the straits of Maejlan,, tbe new Matson Navigation . .liner Manoa. 'the latest' addition to ; the large fleet of passenger and freight ; carriers' operated by that company is predicted will reach San-Francisco In r. ample time to depart from that port C for Honolulu on a maiden Toyage to v the Islands on March 17. - - - -. vBuilt and! svccessfully ' launched ,at " Newport News Shipbuilding1 Company yards, the Manca, representing a, sin i' gle. screw 1 steamer is designed ecpe- cially for the run between the Hawaii an islands and the Pacific coast" The ' ffew vessel is said to. represent an In " vestment of ar minion dollars. 1 At the latmching of the Manoa on November :i; the christening was. per formed by Miss Carolene A; Cooke' ;.'V.daughter pf-Mr; and Mrs. C." Montague Cooke,- Jr., of Honolulu, 7 - The Manoa, which it Is believed will complete the oyage. to: Sani rrancis co .in about ,4 5 ' days, has . been con- , trccted ' with a -; view cf carrying .a .'large amount of cargo. . - Fine accora :v' modation for S 5 cabin passengers Jias v; hton rovided;"'isj.. t-t$tff 4 " - The dimensions of the newest Mat ' son ; liner are: Length .over all, 446 feet, length, between perpendiculars, ;. -420 feet; , breadth,; moulded, 54. feet; breadth, moulded to upper deck, .33 feet Inches; speed, loadedV 14 knots. , The ship has been constructed In full accordance ' with IJoyd's Regis . ter of Shipping, Class 100' Al.y The machinery is located aft as " on , the other vessels of this line and the cargo will be carried forward of the ma- chinery space, below the upper deck f and in that portion of the lon poop between the passenger accommoda tions and the machinery space.. . - xv Provision Is bade : for carrying' a large supply of fuel oil In the double i - bottoms and' In -deep tanks in the : lower part: of the forward hold. These tanks in the lower part of the forward hold are also fitted upTwith separate pumping plant for the , carrying of molasses la bulk. A- large space In 1 the - lower 'tween - decks aft is fitted ' tip for carrying refrigerated cargo and the total space available for cargo is ' about S83,G0O cuble feet, exclusive of molasses tanks.. - ' - N' The upper deck amidships," ras' well as the large bridge deck" house above same, are devoted tor. the accomm,o- tlations of passengers.-'Deck of fleers' : quarters and pilot house. Including ' smoking room for passengers, are" lo-' v cated . in house above the passenger's ; Quarters. ,Oa the promenade deck, aft," are located tlie purser's r office and -Marconi ?roon. v The seamen's juar i , . ters are located in the forecastle while aft on the upper and poop decks are " located quarters for .the 7, engineers; ' Eteward's 4epartment.:el$.:N i.. . X;The fowrard en.d of the bridge deck ' house la devoted to the social hall and ; , thebalance-' of. this house contains cUterpoms with private baths and a.c r commpdations' for 'Loctors and .; tew ardess. These rooms open "out onto a -fpacious promenade whlch , extends from the forward end of -.the bridge C right: aft- to the stern of vthe vessel, f- imilarto the promenade deck on the ,;V Wilhelmina." , . V.;-"-; ; f " Below on the tipper deck. Just .for ? waid of .the. midships, is located the ' dining saloon, with,, acoorajnc-lations tor 7$ , people; at one eeaiin. at 1Q ... tables."; Aft of diping saloon are first? class staterooms, pantry, galley etc. . For. the safety f . those on-aboard, water-tight subdivisions are provided Jy cellular, double .bottoms extend Ing, full lepgth ; between peak' ou!k 5 heads as well as by seven transverse .water-tight .bulkheads. v. There are two , Murray ftype iol steam 'winches for the handling of car- go -at each 'hatch and in addition to ' - the regular cargo booms are flttrJ .. .tWQ ..steel. hoows, -one og 20-ton and one of 50-ton capacity. V . i . - The propeliins machinery consists of, onev quadruple r expansion engine V. of ; about 4000 indicated horsepower, - v The propeller is of the right-handed built-up type with manganese-bronse f - blades and a cast-iron hub. The steer- tng gea,r is of the Brown Steam Tiller ' type and is equipped with complete V telemoior' control. An elaborate out- " fit.' of machine tools is -fitted in the -. engineer's workshop and a full com vplemeatof-U&l-a for engine rooms A- if - 1 : II ne t, JUbwu rUcL "-Ttef te4 to arrhe p assentrers ana a capacur lor a neaiy tk. island. 4 siiiffiMnmiiiiiMiimiET Aiifili if: Captain J. IL Trask of the Oceanic liner Sonoma, now-en route from Ban? Francisco for Australia oy the way of Honolulu and Pago Pago, has wire lessed to C " Brewer & -;- Company, the local agents, that weather condi tions have completelyupset plans for an earlr arrival of his command. ; - r Captaia Trask ',Ka3. advised i othe agents tuat he hopps to bring the: So noma into port at :C1 "thf ' evening. Special arrangements l.avo J pen made whereby , Dr TQiter, ir ' : :.l, quaran-ttno- Inspector with, a i ; : of med'cal officers, as well ' as t sentatives from .the .United State .irnlgratfon and , customs will 'visit e Sonoma, fof ;the purpose pf glvl ; that vessel fprompt . praUque.4--v i ' " " n t I -uo-... . .t'' . i .Ssva.i. patched for Sydney at laidnight' Aboait a dozen, cabin, passengers have book ed for. the south ; Pacific The; cargo of 140 tons for, discharge at Honolulu consists ' chiefly of refrigerated - pro visions. . , The , Sonoma has $5 : cabin apd If steerage passengers for Hono lulu. A-late mall amounting . to sacks will be landed , here, "y, A heavy westerly gale Is responsible for Jhe. de Jay jot .the steamrr. ci j-; I'-. '.-A '.I'''- I ' .vl"h' '-' Schooner Columbia Roughly Handled. . In making Kahului, , MaiaC following a hard trip rom Caleta Buena,:wUere a shipment of, nitrates wa? loaded, the T schooner Columbta lig ' staled - to have experienced much, difficulty Jn making the, port at Kahului owin to a heavy sea and : strong- gale prevail? Lag; at the ; time. Port officials are reported to have had an exciting time in boarding the ; vessel s several 1 at tempts being made before thes party gained the deck of the schooner The Columbia was fumigate .beforo the cargo, was.permittsd. to be discharged.? $al vage From Dredger. I , Some valuable salvage from the big dredger burned; to the . water's edge in the harbor a few months ago was recovered by the dipper of the dredger Denlson now at work In deepening the harbor. .V Several ''Mee! beams have beefli; brought , tft ..the hrf.a.ce. ; , . 'i:'iS4rjfi: :vy;vf m ' Two Inter-Island steamers are list ed '. for. departure tomorrow v evening, the Mikabala for, Maui,. Molokal and Lanal ports being- on the boards for 5 o'clock, the steamer -Kinau for Kauai tc sail at the same hour. are supplied in sufficient In sufficient capacity ; for carrying lubricating, cyl inder atil refrigerating engine oils for sixty-day. runs. y? h i ii The ship is heated and thoroughly ventilated throughout. Electricity for lighting and power purposes is sup plied by two 20 K.'W,: engine driven generators. , The refrigerating platt is equipped with' two 8-ton refrigerat ing machines with all necessary pipe ends cold t storage rooms. Drinking water is r circulated through coils to public -spaces.. ..... , Life-loat accommodations are- pro vide! f or all on board by means of seven 26-feet metallic double-ended boats in addition to the working boat and all are carried under Welin pat ent davits. The Manoa is scheduled to make its initial appearance at Honolulu about March 24th,- under the command of Captain Henry F. WeeOen. who for years has been Identified with the Matson service in several important capacities. Captain Weeden left the steamer Lurline to take over the new command. He is bringing the vessel cut from the east coast B&GQrAG'E RING UP 244. ,LORRlN K. 8MITH FtlRNITUR ANP IAN.0 MOVING A SPECIALTY, ; awaiiairii "EzqavmB Co;, Nuuanu and Qutee Streets I i: -1 1! I! t"San-Franelsca in time to legltt irei?nrt me aianoa win wrcorae an im- With the first. 10 daya following the departure .froniSaa . Francisco, ' ex ceedingly streunous ; ones ' and mighty disagreeable: for a passage in a wind jammer, 1 Captala - Charle8;v Jackson, master of the gallant bark R. P. Rithet, an arrival': aUHonoiulu this' morninsC declared that the. weather proved, ex premely. fickle on the present passage. The latter, park, of the voyage was characterized by little or co wfrl,- the Rithet loaf Ing 'on. the trip With , the result1 that a Jong-voyage was record- y .The Kunet'saiiea. rrom san r rancis sb -Deeember 23rd with? about' 1800 tons ,of general, 'rcargov' -Including thlpment of lumber carried on deck. Despite heavy: seas -during, the earlier partvDf the, passage; this -inateriai re: mained intact. V One passenger -com-jpleted the tripsin, the person of B. C. Creelmaa,i of.? San. Franclswho will make ' an extended ; stay inthe A Islands.; -tut ' -..ri i The RitheLand'ber cargo come con signed to the agency of F. A. Schaef er &. Co, 5 The bark has been berthed at.p,ier. l;;..; f.v , - Chi na in and , out Tomorrow, : f The'tPaciflC' Mail liner China -with 300 tons Oriental cargo from China and Japai,Ma:; due" to arrive- off :i the port at 7 o'clock' tomorrow . morning, and .wJIV be. dispatched for. San Fran cisco ."at 4 " o'clock in the - afternoon, according, to announcement made i at the agency of - H,' Hackfeld and ; Com pany" tod a t: The- China - has ; room for a large delegation I of abin.f pas sengers ton ISatt , Francisco though less, than twenty : hare' been' 'booked thus far at the shipping agency. Coal to the rjnount of 350 tons will be sup- plied , the vessel durlhg .the ' stay,'' at the port The , China will - berth; at Pier- 7.l " - v ":f - ' ; . No Word From the" Korea. - in the absence of wireless advices from the Paclfie Mall - liner Korea now en route from-San t Francisco to Honolulu, that vessel, it is belieTed, will arrive here on , Wednesday morn ing. AVhether the 'gales and - heavy seas prevailing . on . the Pacific be. tween the coast and the islands will serve to delay the ? steamer yet re-' mains to be learned. The Korea is reported to have left San Francisco with a capacity list of cabin passen gers. - . Wilhelmina Much Delayed. The weather has caused the Matson Navigation., liner. Wilhelmina to lose considerable time on the voyage A rom San; Francisco to Honolulu. Captain Charles Peterson has w irelessed iu that the stear&er jwUh pot reachi port before dark on Tuesday evening.WIth 109 cabin - and 14 steerage passengers, the ' "Wilhelmina will gain a berth at Pier 15 about. 1:30 occlok.iAt.8 o'clock last night the vessel was 710 miles off the port . Castle,& Cooke have ar ranged for a prompt pratique for he steamer, and a -delegation of federal port officials will -, visit the. Wilhel mina at quarantine. - The largest ship ment of automobiles ever brought to the islacis in this vessel is Included in the cargo on this voyage. - JCi - Sugar List Grows. ' Tbe list of sugar awaiting shipment on the island of Hawaii is growing according to a report brought to this city today with the return of Purser Phillips in the Steamer Mauua Kea. The following fconsignmeno . are noted: Olaa 12.500. Waiakea 4300, Onomea 7350, Pepcekeo 3200, Papa aloa ll0O,Kaiwiki 550, Kukaiau 310. Punaluu 450 sacks. transfer BAD VEATHER One of the larfest che-fa hanks o' erated in the city of Uonoinl.i tn po - 1 lCr nura, r yTar? B3" the production of "Uml and Pilkea" was uncovered, quantities of tickets V V, . , 7 and paraphernalia- confiscated and. lor ttle Mid-Pftcific Camiral. and pi-two- leaders in the gambUns scheme rector-General Dougaerty has called a landed in the eitj and county jaU,1 meeting of the committee bavins the htV.t?1 01 he-ehow In, charge for tomorrow morning matter by. the authorities. Saturday. ?. J, - . , , The trap set by Captain'of Dettc- a' 10 cIok rooms cf the M err Ue McDuffie. caught a number of - AHP n vNol 45 Aoung persons implicated in a huge garab- oniWins.. It wiU be the first general ling game, when Murikami. declared 1 meeUn5 tDl committee, and there to have been banker for the combina- P11 Pbably be a subdivision Into Hon, with luxuriously aDDointed head, special committees on the different quarters on LUIha sVcetk wa brought to the toils, to be followed a few minutes later by Klbl, a Japan ese who is; said to have served tbe lottery confpany In the capacity of special agent . -The detective department has had the che-fa gam under observation for the past three weeks. Its exist ence, has been known to the officers tor fts many months, but to locate its headquarters proved a puzzling - prob-lenv;;- . k Ah Uni, a young Chinese girl, who had .been placet in a store near Aaia park; is i now ? said to have been the medium for the sale of the - lottery tickets. . .The girl was caught by the detectives on Saturday afternoon with ln?ri ti 5 tn rLT VZa ana. about 5 n-coin. She was told'- that . the officers had accompUshed the arrest of several parties JdentK; fied with' the lottery and ; then gaye the detectives much"inforhon Sat eventually led to the apprehensloa of an e'Uerly. Chinese woman; who acted as ;a; go-between In the transmission of the. cash for the tickets, v. "."''- - Thls'woman when brought to head-! pnzes Quarters gave the officers a tip, where jbe announcedjn subsequent orders. . fhft hanirr and nn.trnVwirhKf ,The events for the flrstevenlng in be found. :,The fcrrest of , Murikami and KIM was lonir a matter nf short time. V i- MRS. LESLIE STiUi v r ; 1 cmtnite ni n rim r - T TMWUUCi UlmU l HDUC 1 '-" M re. Fred Leslie is still the proud i possessor- oXthe copper .v Plate relic. whirK nnxa mgrbDi) thu iinrin.ni of Captain Cook in HawaU-tt ieast sheMs ) the . possessor cf Ithe - relic so far.v as the i 3 terrttdrlar officials are iW 'r.;; aware, and probably will continue to ' V. v ; J; '. ..' L"'.-!. hold: it unless ,the suit brought to re-1 t ;Troel Smith, - first, officer of the cover it ia.. decided in ' the territory's f earner Hyades who - was convicted favor - , ' i by a jury In federal court last, week 'v Assistl - A. ) G.j 9 assault--wa sentenced IbyfJudge Smith, f-HKh is handling the legal . CJei?5,P8 this morning to pay, a fine phase oithiy ailair tor 'the territorr, admitted today, the fwomarf could hot -? ; be forced :to relinquish it unless the I "Hawaii ..Future, and .the Small court 'decides it properly belongs to! ParmerT will be the subject of an the; territory.: High Sheriff William address Whkh Dr. ;E.; V. W ilcox wdl Henryv soughtVtO'-Teeover it," at least deliver before the members or the Ad temporarily, and went to Mrs." Leslie's auo their luncheon in tbe Wafkiki home at Kaliht last Saturday only to 'dining room of , the Young ; hotel - to have the door slammed In his face morrow at noon. . All members are re for hist effort He carried . with him Quested to be present as a number of only a writ of replevin, however, and important .business matters'; will he therefore had noiauthority to make a; brought up for discussion : ' s ,; search, of Hhe premisee or force a re- Btitutloni 6f ,the plate. V SOCCeR, GAMS POSTPONED. i!i:.i'j i 1 i',- .. ; The soccer - game between the 1st field artillery and the Healanis, sch&l uled for Saturday afternoon was call- ed.off owing to the non-appearance of the artillery players. , The two: games I07 have been played at Schofield Bar racks Yesterday were postponed on account pf the; threatening weather. Kauai Ssgar Seport ij -rAi ifWlth the resumption of grinding at many.'of the mills along, the -coast--of Kauai,' increased . consignments of : su- dismissed by Circuit Judge Robinson gar :are -noted in the report of Hhe this morning, after a hearing of sev product awaiting shipment to the eral days length. " The suit was vir Coas With the return Of the steamer tually one to obtain an-accounting of Kinau the. following Ust:waser9ughtVhe-es leav to the city: M. A. K. "8501 .'Mc-Ting .an estate sufficient td meet the Bryde 8633 bags, K. P. 2833 bags, O. demandr of, the creditors, f &.It ,20ftoO bags. Tp ' -l'fs -'-' '' v j , !a rThecase or Frank B.j Craig,' the j With". passengers .and malls, the labor- agents who stirred np so much steamer Mauna Ioa;, willl be dis- trouble here.in.19iy whei he sought patched Vor Maul ports at 5 o'clockto jecruit laborers'- tor the. Alaska this eveimg.1; This 'vessel' will cover ; camterles from"" among the?immigrants the i Claudine -route : pending compie-bropghiinto this territory, was finally tion of Repairs, to the latter vesseL wiped off the slate of the local courts - : .( this morning when the supreme court Cargo brought to Honolulu, by the granted: the. motion of City and Coun steamer Ifciui. from Mahukona includ-'ty Attorney; J W. Cathcart discharg ed 80 heid of cattle, 1185 sacks of su- in6 the bondsmen who had furnished fear; S0Q sacks of corn; 40 sacks of Craig's ball 4n the sum of S2000. The taro and 40 embtv drums: A small' amount e-f sugar is reported awaiting shipment at Punaluu- VESSELS TO AND JFROM JHE ISLANDS Special Cable to. MerehaatV YOKOHAMA Sailed. Jan. i; Manchjuria, for Honolulu. . 1 : Aerograms S.S. SONOMAJ Sails for S. S. Sydney about midnight (due from San Fran cisco 6 p.to:i S.S. H1LON1AN Arrives from Se- attle about Wednesday afternoonor approved by the Hawaii county, heard Thursday morning (Saturday. 8 p. of supervisors anoiby Superintendent m..842 miles off port); cargo: Ho- J. v. Caldwell! The tract. Coispris nolulu. 1480 tons; Kahului, 431 ing about 10 acres. Is government tons; Port Allen, 347 tons; Hllo, 604 tons; Kaanapali. 82 tons. Domingo Crv.z. a Porto Rican ac cused 01 assault and battery v.itn a; knife on the night cf June 11, 1913.; was quickly convicted by a jury in Judge Cooper's court this mcrnicg. i last year Hilo. and in fact all Hawaii. Sentence was suspended for 13 ! has been confronted by the same con moRths. largely because of the fact'dition that has harassed the county that he has a family entirely deinuid- oftieials of Honolulu overcrowded ent on him for support. cemeteries. . Since the retorn of John Wise from 1 Hawaii, active work has been resumed ! features of the work. The committee In charge of this production consists of John Wise, chairman; George B. Smithies, A. L. ?C. Atkinson, A. S. Mahaulu, Professor Perley W Horne,-Mrs. Fred Macfais lane, Mrs. A. C. M. Robertson, Mrs. Edgar Henriques. A. E. Thiele, Oscar P. Cox, Ell J, Crawford and A. B, KrolLv;r;.-. rr:: -- COL JONES ISSUES v PROGRAM OF MILITARY ' EVENTS FOR CARNIVAL - ; , i ' ' ' c-'1 ii.; " . 4 .- ii v J"-!. : ' - V General orders Not : 22, ' Issued Sat urday by Colonel J. W. Jonea 'ct the national guard of Hawaii, contain the i.-,ji : mnu.v 5 wn iS ins the second weekln;February. as I ?f ...offlw j con- eru . orders Na SO, c. s. The tournament will take place in the new. national guard armory and will last two nights. the prizes for the several; events to j1!1 ""S. mafual of arms " waJ contests, Butts physical drill with arms, bayonet manual, foil fencing, ex-, hibition drill i by, the marine ? corps, Swedish physical-drill. Butts physical drill andl wall 'scaling. - The events - of the -second night will Include' as 1 extras signalling; they being practlca I- 'ly the same as on the precedlng.nlght. T - VV ' repentlv convicted l- : v-' GT, recently, conviciea i In cfrT a t of opium smuggling. urV L'lTirj VV5".- -The , Call of the Out-of:Doors' will be the subject ' of a health ; lecture which Dr. Doremus Scudder, . pastor of Central Union, church, will deliver In Cooke hall. Young Men's Christian As sociation building, .Thursday .evening. beginning at 8. o'clock. The -lecture will be illustrated with 100 stereoptl con slides. f i- ft. By. stipulation of counsel - for ' both sides the civil suit of the S.'-N. Castle Estate against A: Haneberg, adminis-. a a. m . x. . a. ' a. a.-W i L. 1 i iraior ; 01 xne . estate -01 r u. ahio, ana "II. Hackfeld Company .' and the Kaneoha Rice ' Miill Company, w'as - case against the labor agent was nolle pressed November 19 last A meeting of the board of super visors will be held tomorrow evening. What is called,the business of first Im portance, is the action on the names to be submitted by Mayer Fern of persons appointed by him on the civil service commission. His Honor has promised to announce his appoint ments for the commission at that time, and it will then ;be the . duty pf the board to consider their confirma tion. At thia tinle the mayor Is said to have deflnltely' elected twafof the three commissioners, the; third "tjO'be secured this afternoon or tomorrow.. Plans for a new cemetery' for, Hilp, to be located at Honoili, ,abcnt'ttw6 i mile3 distant from the city, have bech iaad and probably will be set aside by the territory for the purpose de sired. The territorial board of health I 1 virtually approved- the site when it ; ; inspected the land last October, but ' likely vill take formal action on the subject at its next meeting. For the Decision on Public Utility Ques tion Will Be Groundwork for. Future Activity . Decision of - the public utilities con mission on its jurisdiction or son-jurisdiction ever the Wahlawa Water Company has an important bcarin; on the future of the commisslos and wa ter companies and r ditch companies all over the territory, , , . v Chairman Mott-Smlth " of the com mission said 'this morning' that the Wahiawa case la being : made the V. -I. It. , alt SSTftrX TwSf ffi?!! change in legislative enactment, wiy be the principles that guUe the com mission In handling the many- com panies of& similar nature in Hawaii. Some of these water companies are plainly ' not under the commission's jurisdiction, doing no business of a public utility nature.- : It la probable that a 1 number- will, be found ; within the scope of the commission's activi ties, selling water for profit,' allowing stock transfers and in other ways do ing business of a nature that affects the." public : :v' -V- " c : :'' - So Chairman Mott-Smlth Is now hur rying;! along tha -investigation of the Involved history of the Wahiawa com pany and Its affairs in order to reach the conclusion necessary as a ground work for action. ; . ' -' Mr Mott-Smith Is now observing regular, office hours at the commis sion's quarters In the Stangenwald building and ' has almost abandoned the " secretary's office at the capltol so far as working in it Is concerned, most of his secretarial business Is done from the Stangenwald office. II. P. O'SuJliran, chief clerk In the secre tary's office for 'years, will soon be installed as the commission's Clerk; Thetypist has 'been stormbound " at Hana, Maul, for several days.' As a result- ' Chairman ' - Motf-C..:lth -V has been doing a lot of. detailed Asd. man ual labor and .'is ; .hoL particularly pleased' with IU?- ' r ' -'; MATTOQrr SENTENCED TO FOURTEEN MONTHS - TSpeelcit' SUf-Bulletln CorrospondenceJ HILO. Jaiu 16.-N6tr- less than 14 months' Imprisonment - was the sen tence given to DaMd Mattoon Tues day; afternoon by - Judge Parsons for hJsv'emhezxIement of money from Iupahoehoe : Sugar. Company. : The expected sentence was 12 months, the attorneys agreeing that this' would be sufficient for the purpose of justice, but: the young Hawaiian was given two 'more months .by the court, after the attorneys u had- explained their views of the case.' V- . , - : ' j ' McQRYPE MEETING TOMORROW. , Tbe: reconvened - meeting 'of Mc Bryde Sugar Company will be held .to morrow morning at 9 o'clock. at the Chamber, of Commerce rooms,;. Stan genwald building. .The mebtlng Is to hear r the report of the; special com mittee -named some wtaeto fagoto look into the merits pf the '. charges made .-by-W. A; Kinney against Alex ander Baldwin's management.' In the meedne tomorrow no nroxles held by members of Alexaoicr & Baldwin will be voted.; j ; r" :; - ! - :jf , '.i '''e; 1 " Judge', Whitney today approved the onal. accounts' of John Neill, adminis trator of the estate of Elizabeth Nclll, and discharged him; from' further re sponsibility .' "V "' ' ' .-, ' : ; L. M - ' - - -- ifflMlfflliilS SiivdrWare as designed by The Gorham Company will make your table set ting exclusively distinctive. Our stock ot Gorhamwarc shows their latest produc tions in elaborate symbolic services and also their indiv idual pieces designed to 8 harmonize with your din ner service or mantel decoration. Shortly before 5 o'e'eck afttr noon MagJstrate Morts- -? cf raided ln favor cf the dalnti" t- cats of FtrgusaT: vs. D5yl?, i 'z 'r? fr -8'uaon". U -re?!cv--' ; valued at- about S0.. Inn-.e ;.'Uf this d- nisJoa the case cf Cc;; vs. Doyle, in Whivh Mrs. Doyle Na. Z vould replevin cjeodt to the value cf about was brought before the court. When' Joseph A. Doyle, defendant in two suits to replevin brought, by his former wife, Mrs. Doyle No. 2, a4l v her mother, Mrs.,, Ferguson, turned ift the direction of the - women and in to ' something' under his breath, he started proceedings this mornlns In which Attorney Ashford, represent ing Mrs. Doyle, demanded that Doyle be cited for contempt of court ; "Doyle has made a remark la thla court, room which would demand his being cted for contempt." stated Ash ford. ' !" :'".. trlct Magistrate Monsarrat, after lis tening to the plea from Attorney O'Brien, representing Doyle. .The demand for citation was re fused, ; .v 'i i : uvb - 4a awy wMtt IHE11E!S 19 . the" remnants of the old Home Rule w Party, once powerful In Hawaii, but long since shorn of most cf its influ ences, will hold a territorial coavea tion la Honolulu on February V.. " Charles Notley, generally recoinl2- y cl as head of the party and Its candi date for delegate to Ccngres3 on sev eral occasions, will probably ca!J the. convention -to order. Whether there will be a representative gatherins; from all the islands remains to to seen. , - ; . -' . : - . .' That thej partV will put up no candidates- for. office this year but will act as an endorsing party Is the course now planned, . Of late years the Home Rulers have had no can didates on this Island with the excep tion of . supporting Notley for .dele gate. On Hawaii tbe Home Rula con tingent has continued to show some strength. : Now the - leaders plan merely to endorse, the Republican or Democrttio- candidates they deem fit -Jn years gone by -the Home P.ula party controlled Hawaiian politics, but since annexation, with the exepptioa of the first election, it has sttlily lost ground. . - r. PERSONALITIES ' JAMES A. RATH, head worker of the Palama Settlement who has been ill for the past several weeks, was at his desk this morning and announced -that he would leave Honolulu -Wed-nesday for Kaipapau, windward Oahu, for a month's stay, where he hopes to 'regain his health. -Mrs. Rath will ae- company- her- husband. . if ;The' final accounts of the Hawaiian- Trust Company administrator of the estate cf Hoapili Kalahikl were ap-- 4 provede by Circuit Judge Whitney this morning ..and the administrator i dis ; charged from further responsibility ''rrTirtTrr-t- iTrSI'TTT':'-ti-rrfi - r -y.-. 'yArv fvmn and wrought m WJ M' -v-J . - fissGssxxsl .