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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, .1 DLY 22, 1914. lUvloll ISLANDS FOR SUGAR Following the arrival of. the Montan - an and the Kentucklan from points along the Pacific roast of the United are nearing the islands with fuel con states, the American ' Hawaiian signed to the Infer-Island Steam Nai freighters due at the port the latter gatlon Company, one vessel from Nil part of this week, the Ohioan the last ki. apan, with 4200 tons of the pro of eight fine freight carriers la stat- duct being due to reach the port ed may soon be brought from New dally. . i . -York to the Pacific by way of Magel- Offlcera in the Oceanic liner Ven lan straits. The demand for tonnage tura lQl lM at. Honolulu on flast to move the output of sugar from Iiday predict that another atrlke Island , mills Is believed will warrant was pending with the dlsaatlsfledml- the Ohioan being dispatched to the ui-nH- tK- f .. s.nirt and Pueet Sound Th nhtnan. built hv th wnrind Steel Cnmnanr at Snarrnwa Point mr ha Am.n.n,w.1Jan StearaahlD Comrunv aervira through fiearawip impany .service through it. . n K - t f . 1.1 L,:.1?: ? ' rJ vJ; ..K ' "l"l, v V'J 'ri ;;;; "... r VuSrT T. . hiAi U. sis er Bhlps, ineBBurea i leei a incnea in lengin, m ie neaxn, n reei incnea aepm of held and will . s i .u x .iit t. -a t a. mane at least. It knots an hour when loaded. These boats are freighters of the highest class, being equipped with refrigerating rooms for the handling of tropical fruits and accommodations ion anout 50 paaengers. They were built to ply between New .York. Pa-1 nama. San Francisco and the Hawal. ian jaianaa. They are a m a amOTg the - "v v wiwu . i a, L V a w . . ' I . B H"ipnini.ior mMnimi. a Z .1 d n w I :ru.T 7 -' xnongo. iia, irow jxipan to ban i-Tancisco, which paaaed through thia city, on Sunday are stated to have been plac.t0 jm0 and way porta, while the ed .on board the vessel . with . the aa- tar i. nrV7.inr th, ..mi. . I. ,.m J . . I W1 -no paweriui crane "'rf117, . . v . . ?. thaT JLWJ 9 ,T5r ITT. Qi Hrh n. k.mM i. HA iet bTnr aTdT.n"hl Tmthmiiv titml I u HM,tn k .v i " " utw " o.n..u. ea to me cran oeing or 40 norse-i power. The huildera ar Meaara Howana-and Sheldlns, England. been In operation one month. Its cost la 100,000 yen. . The cranea that have been hitherto used along the irfitarfivmt rt VrA-nViama u nnlv three to seven ton capacity. Apart from those at shiDbuildlne varda the new crane is the most powerful one J ever erected In any open port of Ja-I ran. . : , - . . y I Jxcanete Survey Ship Is Lost . OSlcers In the Pacific Mail lineHare. stljl unaccounted for. Mongolia brought & report" of the loss I ; : - ' IQl of the Kanta Maru. belonging, to the cpanese navy, during a jecent . storm. J1,UB V" V.1 v. ' i jima. a. ,u;rec7 7c 0i 1a n1n stn.td that Mr. Shunliro Sal-I Is also stated that Mr. Shunjiro Sal lV,?.X.?t V'r1 VJ""' "V raEienea o we mamjn" aH: nients relating to survey worit. ana U- then went to his doom. After tne ttorm the documents were saved, and bodj of the expert was found fnnttne -near the beach toaiing near iu ui-u. i on receiDt of a renort of his gallant I work, the emperor yesterday post- ft i:-!?noulv honored the deceased wlthlTenyo With Mail on Monday. the Siith Order of the Sacred Trea. Eure. , . . fcj I Cltter Rats War Now On. A fierce competition threatens to envelop on the Japan-American routes. r'trsrs. Duterfleld and Swire naveiduie. The vessel is expected will be . -epj from the Shipping Conference dispatched for Japan and China ports 1 I ran. canvassing for cargo along! 3 CLina coast However, the ex- .t to which they will reduce their : - tes on tea Is still- unknown. Pend- : r the announcement by the receding icmpany of its new rates, which Is expected when the Titan is to leave l.imlzu, the companies belonging to t v inference will not take un the I c'allenge. ' I Ifvades on the Way With Bta Cargo. Castle and Cooke, agents for the ?,tson Navigation freighter Hyades, : ive been advised today of the sailing (f the vessel from Seattle with 2500 t r.s of cargo for Honolulu, and the fol- l :ving shipments to outside ports: I crt Allen, 300 tons; Kahului 7,2a Ur.s; tens. ' ' I The Hyadea is due here ct 1 1l if' ' V..nnnll 4T !y ZS. and will gather sugar af the :and ports desUned for San Fran- v ..w, . i r.A 11. .1 - mm s I tuer Hintr bii run. ' I -vl",: wo. reported to have met with fine weath f r with smooth seas and light favor :.L!e winds. This vessel is. an arrival t; lay with COOO sacks of sugar and ' uaiuiiy ui aunanea. iae nan wjii le dispatched for Kauai porta at 5 o'clock tomorrow evening. VESSELS TO AMD ROr.T THE ISLAF.DS ?eclilinrtleii U ITcrthasti! AN FRANCISCO Sailed. July 21. 5:20 p. S. a Lurline for Hono- lulu. ' - Sailed. July 21, 4:40 p. nx, S. a In Tenyo Maru for Honolulu. ; iharnor, the1 Thetis Sailed, July 21, schooner Muriel for liana. YOKOHAMA Arrived, July 21, S. S. China hence July 10. j NCW YORK Arrived, July 21. S. a j .-viexican rrom muo .May zz. . . is Acclimated poultry, a. fine lot of I white leghorns on hand, prices rea-'dlse will' be discharged This vessel ronable. Club Stables, Ltd., telephone is en route to the' coast Of Mexico, 11C3 - Central and. South America. ' ItAlilllluTlMI ' TIICOAL I Two steairiers at fair, ioimage laden with approximately 10,060 tons of coal , a?rVZZ. ,nlT? ,ZT castle, N. S. VV, district, - That labor I irwuu,r " "suuuwl ir. ww-wctw wwuw wi l"c "uul w' ul otspatcneu. from, Newcastle wn eoa w w.t. w iU wu.. sute , . ,t .,,v, t .., ,,t..Ar. W mter-laland. Steam- Navigatten ha ecuredfa charter with- the owi fs oiane ana iinia vessel, sailing vrironi Newcastle sbertly after the, derttrre of the Ventura from -Sydney la due to arrive at Honolulu about-July-' SO. The Strathblane Is reported as brtflg- . . . lng 6600 tOtta-Of COal lOf the islands. : TKk u., . , nnH.h i ,t m freighter, has been under charter to load coal at the Australian port,' but labor trouble may-delay the sailing of the vessel, j u.f:, v 5 1 .- ' W t r -""iDIstrict Attorney Jeff McCam inter,. Kllauea to Enter Orvdock. ' 1 ' suf ' ... for;hT inTer.1 . ' ' I to enter the floating drydock for a general. cleaning, repainting and over haulmg, the vessel, to leave an an. chorage in the stream . lor the. dock about the : flrat of the week. . Ttil, voiuil mav hat lafnv MiKatf ttit, vM rJ . l annual repair and renovation. . . ' J - -! -- v - Orders for Schooner Zam pa. ' V sooner-Zampa. nowoored at a bertn at the upper end oi tne owbor, through which muchr water is making IU way, ha. not been ordered maauiK iia way, uaa nui uwb woerou ... j . crn l . f0va.l iea auuouga tapuuo The. crane ha.Hnter P1 the vessel. Is dairy expect tne siItIcm fmm tha; owncra on. tne 1 Pacific coast. The vessel Is believed will be docked for repairs and then proceed to Ita destination at San FraDC.lsC0 In litest One Hundred Vessel-Lost . U Is reported that 100 o it is reported that 100 eoraMLshlng vessels have been lost and 120 persons drowned off the Colo Islands, in Naga saki Prefecture. Six hundred persons jLurline Gets Big Shara of Frtlght In gteaming from i San -Francisco yesterday the Matson Navigation lin- er Lurline carried a large offering of . . . . . 1 Cooke, representing the vessel In w vaiMHw waaw w - a the lalanda. have been advised that I the Lurline will arrive here on next mprrhimntofi'inn TAn cthttb. iaaueimrtTinn tiv ma unwecuuvu iu . ... ,fl. a ulhirh time the witness was examined.; -',Vfcr -i: "J.Twf.Tr "al wiujut . .loa' ..Iur . IUU"1U'' transshipped at . Honolulu oe tons lor roix" Alien, ana 8iiviv. , , ; " TO- r, . i ... mainland The case was 'COn tons for KaanapalL With a large mall the Japanese liner ITenyo Maru from, San. Francisco is due to reach the port at an early hour Ion Monday morning. The vessel is reported to. have sailed from the coast several days behind the regular sche- at 5 o'clock In the evening;. PASSOGEILS AKEiym) "Per str. W. G, Hall from Kauai ports: C.W. Spits, A. Horner,. L. 31 Feary, , M. Kau, Ed Kaoloa. Miss. Q. Panole,. Josephine Gomes, G. A. Pur vis, w. iireuer, a aiuiier. ?3 f Mall and.riaBsenrersrdenartJnE fronil Honolulu in the CanadianAustralaslanknt,0 rnev.ia a noDular Re- ier Niagara on July-14 are renorted w nav srnvea' ax Vancouver, B. c. yesterdar aftATnnnn." . . . ' I Z-. .ATJX' :ir--:Z Sailta from San ' Fratrcisco on - Mnnniv lirnrnnnn na ri.nnin Amio. 1 " " uv uuwu viuiri er xurnnerr. tor Tn mut nf icia trv Wav nf iHnnnlnlt: Ii tnl w amve ; -. a . " . I Wednesday morning with more than I m - Bailing irom Honolulu, xn lastisurface toy sJ suction enp while , a eteamer Wrilhelmina reached , San Francisco: yesterday afternoon. Castle & Cooke have, been been advised a t. ic K. that' the Nippon ' Maru. liner, steamed from the islands to the coast on the heels of' the Matson steamer Wilhelmlna, the two vessels arriving at san francisco at the samel A. hour yesterday. Pending the departure for 'Midway mil mitlirlntr lalavxla 4v V. a. A 1 south of Hawaii, the United States revenue cutter Thells has been shlftedv from the stream to a berth' at Pier 16. blasting for tlw deepening of the is was' found to'oc- location ' i- r cupy a 'dangerous The Toyo Klseh Kalsha liner Anyo Mara from China and Japan porta, due to arrive at the. port on Friday, expected tq take on, about' 600 tons of coal before proceeding to Hilo. where. 760 tons of Oriental merchan- auu caom passengers, the MaUonlwire orcoMPi in u. s. - t k. Jit; i (kuuuuucu' iruui W(e vu; come here to take charge of teir a bo- 1 would hate to tell you what you wonld " Mr. McBride waa not given a chance to fini&n hia statement. Judge Clemons : interfered, and toed the counsel as siaiea. accompanying me action oj warniog uui kuuu Butie - ments would not be tolerated by the court. Much merriment was created In the i eourtroom una morning, ,aue largely u me excnange oi repartee oeiween f ine witness ana AUOmey Xttcuriae, Mme of the girl' answera naive in uw wireme. in me nin the Btc.rv reirardlne the- alleeed occurrencea at Doyle's bbtel between fhe defendant and. hia. present wife. i on ! and her daughter. Edna, were there, aa dug up and, the witness's lon reclted. J.. , - version recueo- tu -v, t U'hun .it nma tn tha wttnela neiniT When it came -tAd to tt the -horrible and dis- i - n.nH .nlthet. . which h allied "D-. r,r ZC'. -wATa " IuT- Ut hi. nrnt wif: Mn Dovle Na i balked. She refused-to reneat what gne! alleged she heard, and she also fefU8ed. t0 it- onpaper. Then posed, which1 called' for a Bomewhat Mint urmmpnt "beinir lannehed bv both prosecution,- The re- .a . . a.t 2 A.- suiting conversation. wa aoout ne filth, which will reach no good re-j suits," declared McCam. "It would be more horrible to. deny the defense itt conatitutional right to lat-lcro examine," announced McBride -Isn't this a aide Issue?" asked . Juage uiemona. , . . ; ; - ; . "It Is a side issue which affects th ent re caaer answerea. counsel, tor J0!l iu. w i , w a' LJ?J2SiHiduliu- . ' . . t, ., , i I.H1M IlOTTlCue ana QlseuauuK enaee to. the present Mrs. .uoyie. ! -r ' ,aM.;..M ha i.-im .. uio.u.uu0 m w..,. eufflcient, urged the district attor-. if;,, ' V wt see-,If 'the-'' lady, , .Vr:i TZl-I "-h (meaning the witness) Is sp-modest.H said McBride. - i - Arpiimpnta like these were ezchang. f4!k Kn V ed ; the court that all- the testimony given by Mrs. M. Ferguson.' mother' of the witness who was , examined vt. mnrnnr nniinir 'inv : laneu- p-a an obscene nature which Bhe j 1 - -tA Via nuount- wlfo be stricken from the record. This motion was denied by-the court., trior j to this. Judge Clemons sustained a -ened by some imaginary disaster." .. ,ri.. n . i,,r,l' u. a wv. k a v w v - such language from the Jury- andj from the reporters; The session, con-1 tlnued until after 12 o'clock, during - . - , 11, raine what occurred 71V"J ' .K. .hi here in tlnued. until 8: SO o'clock tomorrow morning. . '" ' '" . j POLITICAL NOTES L. I McCandlesa will go, to Kauai on a stumping tour early in August , James K. Kula of Koloa, Kauai, is a' candidate "for- the. lower house on the Republican ticket. ' Gabriel Keawehaku, Democratic pol itician, has intimated to his friends that he will run- lor . the. lower house this fall, . - ' 1 .-f- David i Ewaliko; of Hilo is In the city to attend the ; Democratic terri torial platform . commlttea meeting. Ewaliko thinks Kuhlo will get a large vote on . Hawaii, ' ' " , John H. ! Coney, the veteran Kauai legislator, has decided;, not to - become a candidate tor tne senate ana is ,nin, tpahinr lrtini to' the lower 1 decided to run. for the delegateship. 1, n,. in,,.f .rnnilv tn , -v. Junk - nfer. ; the houae.V where he 1' t .1 a B tilntLjo civ LI TTX IUU luiiucuiiiai. luohu .la,U l,mn lis. basetnat maybe fastened to furniture with a. snrlnr cUd or to aiir smoeth 1 1 . 1 " , sarins takes an the, slack of . the feed v. - Jj-:JLS Xjrys. bunealow tflth' modern . eonvenlenc es and nice, lawn; S min.. walk from carllne: 102rW: 5th ave' Kalmiiki, ;E. Farm, telephone 5016." ; ; 5912-tf ; NOTICE; TrffeepubUcaa ' Cou will meet at, 7:30 oclock. Friday even-! lng July 24. at the Territorial central committee headquarters- in the' Camp- A bell buildine. Fort and ' Merchants ' jBtreeta Fort street entrapce. ' v .' 1 1 J All members ' are requested, tq be 4 I present, as business oTV importance j ' will be. transacted. '. '-:' j', j ; R.M. TJtJNCAN, i , J j VIce-Chairman. Republican, County t ; Committer ' 1 6it-3t. A . i. ID UUtT JUS 1(1 GET defii action Some dfeflnlte action la expected tn be taken by Governor Plnkham within the next 24 hours concerning the re- (ported probable appointment of Palnv er Woods as land commissioner. An .apparently ' wellautheatlcated rumor became current thla morning follow- ing a conference between Governor Plnkham and Mr. Woods, that the chief executive Is preparing a state- iment aettnng all report oa the proba- ability or improbability of Mr. Woods being appointed to the land office It Is said that during the conference this morning Mr. Woods urged the governor to state definitely whether he Dro Doses to aDDoint him the successor bei?gof Joshua D. Tucker, and if so. when. According to the rumor; the chief ex ecutive, informed Mr. Woods that he waa preparing a: statement covering the matter and that it might be ready tomorrow. uluuZnAt'h to LiSrJtfl Just what position the governor will gpeculatlon, for In the! last few days .. . . .. . r. " " , r v:"B' ii r i iitkpf vi i na rprninm na mnn . ... commissioner ana mat tne tentative n.?TT-. ,U1" fi,u I rj Wtu !LlKri wTiJof "T TiY L ""'' ""f . iJ r,l;:i. ,forwarded to Washington, carried the , " 7 "l " . r-- "-r -n - fe,fttA n ih.-rtomrH i,ut Ma I fcW .- . JF w Br - u W u V wa 1 OrT DUOlNCdd McJIt IS GOOD COMPARED - WITH THE MAINLAND. i . .. Frances , Levy, proprietor r .of thejj -Model ClotUne. Store; a returning passenger, on-the Matron liner. Mat-' wmlai yesterday morning, saya: i.U. ne. Is good, enough for J ine mamjana is an rignt ror a mp.; In no way- i It-superior to our t 1. .v , . K, A ,..r cc&D. afiu ivi cuDiMiuou uusiucna. Bna Peasure "ip. as.iar tne pleasure, he and Mrs. Levy, had a very en, ri..av,i tr,n .nn KU nvn nn) lm .fpe,s.,Jke k tyo.yeaM,id ' ' - ''; - He - further. sUtes." that rlf 'people . In Hbnolulu thint that thev ara suffer- Honolulu; whk mat tney aro. surier- ms iruia uummws iifDrepBioB, ii woum lKeia boob iu iaae jauui iu ccnditlcns.- there; ;, . ; .. ., 'f-. - I.rr:' -S1 u.u-.w,. .. progress rto such an extent that If a merchant' really wlsbeo command attention he must pull down hia "sale" I SlftmB. - ?.;, T r " ' Mr. Jevy siys ' money is scurnere, roe i people arepiy mgnw c uivim xuai. uo m - Los Angeles spirit,-? described by mm as Demg: -say. ixs Angeies to a vLoa Angeles man and he jumps 16 feet in the air and ha his monologue of rapld fire boosts for Los Angeles all; ranfd rir'hnnata' fnv Tn AnnlM nil - ready for anyone who. will listen." ' v It Is, claims Mr. Levy, that unshak able loyalty to one's ; town which makes things bright, regardless of temporary depression ' . f ii ' i 1 i .... ui -, - Vi - W r-.ll - a.Mf l, I, - UuaUULi ca '.i 'Vji ' a ''-T---.,rf-A -.r - a- - v l-t-lta. .u," 1 -f'-. . j.a ' Realizing that with the growth of Honolulu new conditions have arisen and that drug store hours 'estab lished many years ago are not s u fficient for th e presen t needs of the public, I , have engaged additional Monday, July 27th, will be The Rexalls Store- MUREilYt AtfOR JBDGE EOK Eugene1 Murphy.' the WalluMu lawyer who went to Washington on the avow ed mission of "getting" Judge S. B, Kingsbury of MauL had a good deal to do "with the president's nomination of Judge Wings for the "Maul circuit, ac- cording to developments here. ' Last week Attorney Murphy cabled to Supreme Court Justice Quarles that he had taken the matter up with At torney-general McReynoIds and that McReynolds would recommend Judge Edings appointment. This morning Justice Quarles received the following' cablegram from Murphy: "Edings appointed. Notify Case." D. H. Case is the. Maul county attorney. Murphy has several; close Washing ton connections He is a former class mate of Wilson's secretary, Joseph' Tu multy, knows many Washington lead ers and has the backing, it is said, of Secretary of War Garrison. JUDICIAL NOIlTlNATlONS ARE VARIOUSLY TAKEN IN VARIOUS QUARTERS (Continued 'from page one) j ments were sent on by 'the Baf As- sociatlon, but It waa stated today that Attorney Ashford's credentials, aa favorable attitude of the bar as pre Mnualv shown toward him In tht meantime Mr. Stainback was appoint- a auorney-generai ... So the naming of Ash ford is held to be In line with the attitude of the Bar Association. The Judicial Situation Now. The naming of these two - judges IPiTBl t ha liiritMil 'aitliatinn aa f1. ioisT ? " First Circuit. Clarence W. Ashford named to suc- ceed First Judge H. E Cooper, term expired March 7, 1914. William L. Whitney, second judge. first circuit; : teim expired MaV ijus, sun serving. j William J. Roblafson, third judge, first Hfm?lt torm bavr.lrA1 Uornh C. tot -.m i f a,a a w v vaa vuV .. V- -WAv4 aa a U Vf o. ti L oecong circuit. ' . wiuiam a, JMingB namea to succeed Judge Selden B. Kingsbury, term ex- hiPA r.hm,,. a ioi Third Circuit, r J .' ' John ..Albert Matthewman. Dlred Jantiarv fi. I9l3r tiii , term ex- piTed January 6, 1913; still serving. rounn wircuil. , k. unnes e rarsons, term expired Fifth Circuit , "F m e,p,rea Juiy , The . Bar Association has . indorsed for reanpointment Judeea Whitnev. Robinson. Matthewman and Parsons. iPflrlv thla VBI f!nvornfii. PlnVkiim ral commended, the .reappointment; oi vynitney, Robinson and Matthewman. Sheriff Charles Rose has. been ask ed to assist Mrs. J. E. Swearingen of 1553 Mission street, San Francisco, in seeking, a lost- brother. The sher iff received nctiflcation- that. John Hughes Culp, son. of Mary Jane Man HiTP - hoc rinln n t Toa xfo. ley and Samuel. Culp, was last heard i from 35 years ago in the Black Hills. U' waa. stated that the missing man had later settled in the Hawaiian islands. V ; ' BENSON, SMITH n keeping with their "standard of efficient servicd, 6:3.0 a. m. to r 1: 1 S'undav Hours: 8 t y- '3 'o to . BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd. I elepnone Jaa. H, Lovt. CITY TRANSFER CO. The True Merit to be Found In the Values Ve Sell You at $15 $20 in titration of Them. Get that right now, your be ing satisfied with our garments and so pleased that we may bank on your return Is just one of the pleasures of , thU busi ness. We Bhall expect you at ; MODEL 1130 1141 FORT ST. KING STREET. AUTO. STAND (Mahuka Site), 470! TELEPHONE NUMBER ; Chiiffeiravi;' ' Henry T.-Hughes "Sam McMillan Billy Aylett : . M. E. Miller 'Antonio Rodrlgues . Manny Holt (Former. Young Stand: Chauffeurs) Careful Operator. Beat Machines Electxic:Fans Repaired-:i ALL WORK: ABSOLUTELY .GUARANTEED. ALL MAN. NCR. OF.ELECTWC WORK SATI S FACTO R I LY v ' , A N D REASONABLY", HANDLED 1125 FORT STREET. said Lies You Add The f PRINGLE In the Maternity Home, . Honolulu, to the wife of J. Prlnglet a son, July 22, .1914. ; Kauar Sugar, List . , . ; ' ' Sugar awaiting j. shipment on the Island or Kauai Includes the following ; lots according to Va. report brought to thia city with the return bTthe steam er .W. G. Hall today:' Kllauea 4200, Kealia 62,500, Lihue 31.844, C. T: 53C9, K. P, ib.Sel. McB. 52.272 iSi'A. !K, 2p71 IG. & R. 400 Backs: ' TV ' & . " CO., LTD. salesmen, andi beginning - open to serve' the public 5. p. m. every week day. a. m. to 12 noon 7:30 p. m i 297 Fort and en 101 Phone us I Agents, for Flying Merkel and De Luxe, and Motor Supplies. CITY MOTOR CO. Skilled Mechanics for Ail Repair "'r . i - Work, i : , Pauahl nr. Fort St. Tel. 2051 P. H. BURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds for California and New YorkJ NOTARY PUBLIC; O'awa Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT. STREET, HONOLULU, Phone 184. IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN ; NEWSPAPERS Anywhere, at Any Time, Call on or Write E. C. DAKE'S ADVERTIl.;.G AGE f. 124 Sanaomo Stroet San Francisco Art Pictures HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING SUPPLY CO. th! SC nr. HoteL Dust With WIZARD Polish 8ARRERE Phone 3297 HONOLULU DRY GOODS CO. : i - 1 3 RAND TWO WEEKS.' SALS NOW ON. !7 Hotel 8L Opp. Bijou Theater J. W. Kershrer . Vulcanissr Correct Prices iClny BL '' Opp, Library. : J YEE YI. CHAK : I C H I N ESE R E 8 T U R A N T unop Huey ana other Chinese dishes served at reaaoanble prices, i v . . 11t Hotel 8 tree t. Near Maunakea :. I upstairs) . MV .S!LVAf. The Leading UNDERTAKER A EM BALM ER Cor. Kukul and Nuuanu Sts. Tel. 1179. night call 2514 or 2160 STAIMJULLETIN IVKS. YOD TODAY'S NEWir -fODAY . ' ' Hotel Streets X,- y v i vs. .- v-..