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' . tun
sin Pifflffiffli iiffl7
TO SHOW EOLURS
".Master of American merchant ves
sels will .be spared much Inepnrenl
ence and' possible delay if they will
promptly display colors and registry
number when a war vessel Is sighted,"
was the xist of , instructions given
CspL II. C. Houdelette and his officers
in the Oceanic liner Sierra before its
departure from the Golden Gate- for
e Jlawallan Wands with less than
FkA flnin . wo sons' asM
That the United States government
anticipates the stoppage and search of
merchantment flying the American flag
during the war period is evidenced by
ih. Bfttir- marked imnortant." which
t ' ' .. .
appears in large type on au puot
annMM In lawa trna rm all mint
charts and nautical publications lor
the month of December.
The documents are Issued by the hy
drcraphlc office of the United States
navy department and skippers are re
minded of the conditions now. prevail
ing In the Pacific by a series of ample
notifications. - - - T
The Oceanic boat is reported .to .have
xnet with jw interrupUon in the voyage
to Honolulu, For four days tno vessel
timM thrnnrh sass likennd to a. mill -
'-: pond. .There was little wind to retard
the progress of the liner, - which ar
.rived off Quarantine .before daylight
: . Among AS. cUn issengers were a
delegation of baseball players from a
-. Pacific coast organization who will re
- na4 for some weeks in lhe islands.
A amaJl number of tourists' was in-
eluded in the lut of Jtravelers. : ;
. Twecty-eix steerage passengers ar
rived in the Sierra. Purser A. O. Con
; quest reports 273 4ons -of .general
V' crgo, which includes much freight for
local importers for the holiday trade.
. Reaching the pprt this morning were
346 acks of mainland malL .
Several hundred spectators gathered
at pier 10 id. witness lhe Arrival of the
vessel. - - ,. .- - . .
.wfrJtaugh Trip . for Schooner Hioil. ,
Not only did the chooner.RoherJt Jt.
, . Hind, I den with 7G0.0D0 feet of luUer
for Honolulu fall .In with heavjf eeas,
butj. strong gale. aer,Ted..tQ gTe.aOy
delaj the passage from. Port, Towns-'
end, which was -completed yesterday;
. following 41 days, at sea. JVben with
in 500 miles of meJIawallan islands,
. Capt J. tWlkander eighted three Japa
nese easels hIeved to be the .iat
' tleshlp jttzen, cruiser yAsama -and a
collier, Ithe. fleet being jbeaded. in a
f cuthejiEterly direction. and apparent
Jy tcaclng .t about J2 knota. "The
r.obcrt R. Illnd was jdetalctid out?ide
, ' 1 ? h" rbor for.fuaigatioa and Irousht
f- a I -nil at a territorial wharf, to
(' ? j'. While rrough!y handled by the
C events, the veEClcietB'lta no flilri
,fi .T-e cargo was , brought to, lhe
I -1 iznet. . - " t .:. ,
, . .- ,
iiientudklan fJly Take New Crop Swsar
" f Tte f rst of the new crop, of IIawa,li
n F '-nr destined for the east coast of
t 3 L'itei Ctates nay be supplied the
Ar.cricaa-Hawallan freighter Jjentuok
ea iurival from New York by the
,T 'y of fwama, San Francisco and
-.f '.tie yesterday. The big inerchsnt-r--.n
is. at. Pier 19 where about
tcr.s ct cargo will be dischar5ed,,,Th,e
Kentucklan brouglit.a c-jantlty of live-;
stock including togs and blooded cat-1
tie for local importers.' According
to -Capt. De Jano the vessel met with
fine weather and xightod no steam or
jT?r.'.r.; craft on . Xhe ypyage. Two
fctxit. awzya ,were landed at Uba, port,,'
Dark nithtt Sailed With Patttose'rs '
The bark R. P. Rlthet will sail from.
San FrancircowltJiisht tBssengers inj
aaaiuoa va ft larps carjio 01 eoer&i
merchandise" for the lshnds, accord?
1 A A . A. a a. T .!
liner Sierra. The Rlthet was expected
""to depart from the CoJdea Gate wlthjn
a fev. days ivxitr come and cf Capti
. Jaclv-x ,Tlie ,bark now represents
the osly wlnfijamrner carrring p'lasen-
rtrs iidweca the raclic caasti and the
V Hawaiian islands. - v ; . :i .;;w-
. Tte, Japanese cruiser jdzumoac
comianle4 by; a smaller vBritish war
resscl, . was -within 09 talles of the
Hawaiian IslanCrs but a Tew days ago,
according to the belief expressed by
Captain R. H. Mather, master of the
. schooner .Fred J. AVood, that' this
mcrtlrg was towed -Into the harbor
' " to be c!ischarged of 520,000 feet of
luxaber... ccnglgned-. to .the City Bflll
9 Cccpany v , iV, - .U, pi . ;
. : Beriberi is a acourge Uiat stalks the
'-, decJts of the Japanese llaer Kiyo Maru
today riding at anchor off Honolulu
fcarfcor, .while, the . great-Increase . in
. the number xf cases among the 0
I Asiatic passemgers la a matter of grave
concern to the officers of the unfor
TT tunate steamer' which since Seplam
ber 5 has been detained In Hawaiian
' ' waters pending an opportunity to pro
; eeed to TJexioo, Central and South
;.' .America, ': J -: " " .'' "
.; Filled, to capacity wU cettpn. rep-.
' resenting one of the heaviest afaip-
tscsts to jdopart from Calveston, Tex
! as, the big British freighter City of
. Naples, -en roule to Japan and China.
" vas reported- off the. port early this
afternoon, the vessel to call at Hooo'
lulu for about 500 tons of bunker oal
The 0ty. ot 'aplea 'is the second
cargo 'carrier proceeding by the way
of Panama canal to-visit the islands
to rerledsh ita stock of fueLjS , 4
Malls are due 'rom the following
points as follows: - -San
Francisco Lurlioe, No?.: 17. ; , , : :
Yokohaoa China, Nov. 17. r
a iiKtralia Sonoma, Dec 4. !.
- Malls will depart for , the iollowlng
'points as follows: - : .r
- Ean FnmclscoChina, ov. 17.
Delegate Sect Says He favors
Bill For lhe Employ of
Vigorously protecting against the
employment of ncn-citizen labor and r
stating that unless the plantations ot
U.ir.ll o r UaA artth -t Iron lahnt
Elands w,u their
1 o turHtnrv in4 tut But tinflAT ft TWTV.
mission form of government, Jonah
Kubio Kalanianaole, reelected delegate
to Congress, spoke to several hundred
i.uu .iiue nuv. ..l..uU
raliv-fit main Park Nttirt1Y fwninr -i
" - -
It was a voice trom the audience
which shouted Wjiy don t jou Intro-
Wiiy don't jou Antro-
duce a citizen labor tin?" that etart-1
ed Kuhio in his denunciation of the
Importers of nou-cftixen labor,. He
argued that what these Islands want 13
citizen labor, and .unless immigration
a. a -M ii iii . m mm at
changed it wiU not be long before the
. territory wUl go xianer. cammUsion
i l U.- :
1 The delegate then tumed Ills re-
marks to the attacks, as he put It,
miiich .. have heen made against his
"not being on the joo in Washington."
"i promise to go back, as your dele
gate and keep on the job," he said,
Mas I have for the last 12 years. Be
cause I 1 id not succeed r in getting
anything Iron. Congress the people
must not think I van jnt on the Job."
Then he added.
But you don't, have
to he on the job in .Washington to get
things through." f .
There ;wer many speakers during
the evening. Walter Coombs, chairman J
of tne fiepobucan ceuaty enMnittee,
presiding at the meeting. The delegate ' Jug at 7:30 o'clock. "King Kalakaua,"
spoke last Others j,whp j spoke, were a . anarch arranged by Kapellmeister
John C, iane, .W. T. Bawjiaa, Robert t Henxi JBerger, (will be one of the fea
W. Oreckons, . Eli Crawford, Charlas tures of the profram.-
Chillicgwonh. Charles Arnold and R.I
W. Shingle. - . - '
, - i'er sir. Kinau, zrom -isauaiand Tay
ports, Novber 15, B.J. A, Akin a,
Mra, J. A. Akina, W.KeJlyW., Lace,
W. A, Wright,. C. IUU, .M.. Arima. Mxa.
J. JBush, J. Souha, Mrs.-U KekoaFal -
ra, Mrs. Hanave. T. T- SchmJd-t, Kk
r uu ottu, nee r ui, u.f . uniB, v-uuug jjojlday trade.
Lan Sang. Mrs. Anderson, Dr. E. C.i ; . t.. '
Watfirhouse, Pn, Olalajer, ,Ala Honolulu residents 10 the Bomber
yer ; J . .JJoyAe. R. Caddington AUss .f oearly 200 attended the funeral
E. Hofcaard. Mr. flet cy. . . ;: ; fcervices f Henry Moses Kaniho. the
Per s tr Jkeliko, from Maul and Mo-J
iokai, . November 16. Mr. an Mrs. W.terdr fronf Silva's. todertakiag es-A,-
Picksaa and infant,. ; Miss Otaka-j tablishment Xateraent was In . the
Wo. Kalnakini and child, IH. D. Bow. j Puu&kamalii . xejnetery. : - Thet , aer
en, Paia Naki, H. M. Wbltney, J. W.j vices were in charge of the Hui Poola
Harvey, Mr: . and- Mrs. AleCorrJaton,!) Sodetr. the' local stevedore organixa-
Miss ii. Mcxjorriston, j. jdunco ana i
f i Per "tr. psudiae ;roct Maul Nc
vember 15. M; Jardlne, Mrs; ,M. Jar
dine, Mrs. Piiu Joseph, Miss S. Noda,
Miss Noya, Lopk Fong, Tata See, C. H.
Dye, F. O. Boyer,, S. A.-Baldwin, J.f D;
Dougherty; (j. J. choening; .
,V;S "iS ip- TftREST
r The funeral aervices of Joseph- Kai
vonohea Aea, ho4ied at the Wafkiki
residence of Queen Ljltaekalani 'late
Saturday afternoon, were 4ieidat 10
eiieraoeu, were aiewai. ivi
cathedral. Interment being j the. MJ t Waaj vexing 40f the Chamber .of
per Manoa cemetery. Aea,rho was a jnxae of America, iirUl ba laterestr
protege of the queen, was 32, years old t ia eollowtag petlce received this
at the time of his death. He received 1 .ov f lncai
- PUj ducaUqa atf. WanivCoJlegecandior-talzatjon.( The annual meeting, of j
til ho was taken ill a few Months go,
was stenosrapher and clerk in the city f
clerk's office. He leaves a wide'clrclel
of friends bota on Oahu and . on the I
The. Inter-Island SXeam NavigattoB
Company will act a$ agents for the
vessel that ;is;, bearing', about 17,000
bales of eotton, valued at 36JCU70.
The shipment . wtll be distributed at
Kobe and Yokohama. The steamship
slab carries. 1000-tons tof pig; iron, sup
plied at Pensacola, ripiifa,,)..
It is the Intention io larnlsb' tjae
vessel Aha reqnlced ameunt of fueJ't0nnwi twir and the: doctor advised
with a view of Its despatch for the
Orient late this evening or at an early
facr.Comotrow BnUaa::'i; t..-::
The British. steamer. Indradeo, witlt
4 009 tons of Oriental cargo oil board ;
bcund for New York and Boston i,everyono4eseC v -najned.at
the pcfrom Saturday aft-tx Ab to permanence, a letter front Lar
ernoon i until , early r. Sunday saomlng d&ted 'February, 31911. six ryears
daring which r time 450 tons of coal -j am in perfect health
called aA the .PhUIpplnes ;Fkerf About iyea-V: - -
lOOOtons of raw sugar was shipped fort. The sHHty -of Fulton'a Renal Corn
east ooast jwflneries. STtt iBradeo, pcnd to oppose Renal defeneration
commanded . by ; Captain -U' R. '.-Evans,' 9 reduce albumen In many cases of
carried a crew cf Chinese. J The yes-Brlght's Disease !s net a rnaUer of
sel s ooaledrpm Pfer rHti 1piakeL bat FACT IN PHYSICS, and
't i. SB-"'. )w;-v;H
Presumably due to bad weather the
Matson. Kavigation 1 rteamer ;LurIine
from San.Franclscolwlth'.lJ.cabU pas
sengers and about. 4C90 tons of gener
al cargo ' will be detavad Ja niWne
this port; A late wireless ; message
states that the veasel will Arrive at
quarantine tomorrow afternoon. I The
LuriiBe ctll be berthed at Pier-19.: i
China Due TemorroMf Worn9. -
The Pacific Mall liner China will
arrive at the .port at 'an early "hour
tomorrow orniaA, Is the latest pre- s
diction by wireless received at tha
aeencV Of. H- Harkfolrf rnmninv
The vessel Fill bring several hundred
tons pt cargo" from China and Japan
ports. , While here the vessel will be
supplied with 450. tons xf cost It Is
the Intention: to "jaaspatch. the., China
for San Francisco, about &. o'clock -in
the eveolBg. The vessel - will . take
about a score of cabin passengers and
wui ae supplied . aim a large accu-
-lit. i A' i- an i '
. Hermann von Holt, son of.-H. M.
von Holt, and now a student at Tale;
has won nls big "V," according to
Dews received here this morning, and
resumably it was won .in the Yale
Princeton game last Saturday, in
which Yale beat the Tigers 19 to 14.
A cable message received by Mr.
ven Holt this .morning from George
R. tarter, who went to 'see the game.
says that Hermann won. his letter.
Tc-ung rn Hcit played in the first
game cr tne intercollegiate series ear-
Iy in October, but an accident to his
wrist prevented rurtner work until the
end or October.
He must have fully
recovered to hve htn ihu n niv
m Saturday. His oositkm in at Hh
LOCAL AND GENERAL
On the ground of nonnpport Annie
Isaia . was riven a divorce by Judee
, hItne3r this morning from Ku Isaia.
Circuit Judge Whitney today appoint
ed William Carden administrator of
the eatate of Benjamin H.t Watklns,
under $3000 bond. .
A meeting of the members of Har
mony Lodge will be held at 7:30
o'clock this evening in Odd Fellows'
hall. Fort near King street.
The members of Leah I Chapter,
Order of TCartm Star, will moot at
7;30 o'clock this evening in the Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea and Hotel
The Hawaiian Band will .give a pub
lic concert hi Emma Sana re this even-
I. Leong Chew. jnanager of Yee Chan
v4.reenUy.jeuired from ma ex
tended Jbysne88 trip through the Ori
ent, reports that he made extensive
pprehases and that much of the goods
have aHeady arrived, tne majority of
hich is aow being placed on aale jto
.maJberoom for future shipmenta. Thesj
1 goods embody line Chinese sJJks and
' art goods particularly adaptable to the
late, legislatdr, which: were' held yes J
uon anv tne nawauan ijana was in
4 ".-n-'.-v. . Y.
V Alleging" axtreme Kuelty .Jmn-aup-port
'afld" intemperance ,on r the' part .of
her huabanxh Antonina Rice has .filed a
petition in circuit court seeking a de
cree of divorce from Thomas. Rice.
There is an 18-monthaold child, and.
the coort'bae. granted her additional
demand for an Injunotloo restraining
the -husband f rem visiting her or the
ehild .ry causing her.-further' troubled
She also asks custody of the child.. '
Members of the Chamber vof Com
merce f. HoaoJuu-who may Je n -
- - rr.-- 4h-k p-.t.r-w
tne-;namDer 01 wHuBeruB Miyuuium
wm held-in4ie New-WUlard Hotel,
Washington, D. C, Ecbruary 3, 4, and
lei5.M.;:'V::'.--i 4 i
HARD CASE DF
: Z '
p "It ,js as impossible for him to re
cover), as It is to empty the ocean.";
Thwe were the doctor's words to
tha partoej of Audrey, C.. Larsen, Salt
Lske Ctty. tltah .;n;i ' Lin - -.1
r Larsen .was dosi withtBright's 4is-
eaae; . was i water lofiged. ihaviag been
VhU partner to .fix if his.atalrm. ) This
laS Ul lSJt. H i tt .': i
.. The treatment was changed t Ful;
ton's Renal Compound, and In March,
1905rf patieB.!, was back to business, to
k. ...mHA nf ,hi riiveiclan. and
vttl vialJ rr-mn1fL,f nr. albumen test
that'vill - show the peroeatage . from
week to week. As :the jbiiaeti de-
dinea improvement comnjonly r fol
owsrecoveries having , been reported
in thousands of cases. :;' Formula ; an
literature mailed on .request;
Fulton Co aar,Franclsco,--:A
Many wert the misfortunes tiat J&e-
I eet the British, freighter ;StrathbIane,
an arrival at Honohrra today with 4821
tons of Australian', coaliaced on
board : that vessel rt .Newcastle N. 'S,
W inrine the latter cart of last Junnl
In steaming; foe the coast oh Toes
day :. the Pacific MaU 4mer China will
carry a large accumulation of maiL -
CARD OF THANKS.
". W. P. Jarred nnd. family wish : to
express their thaass to ' the many
friends who extended their sympathy
aad sent flowers during their recent
YMf lHTER Iff
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FOR HAVAII, 1015
Tourist trade may be a little slaekj
in Hawaii this winter, but early next
year it will start up with a rush and
the territory will ue filled with visit
ors for most of Ml 5, accordng to the
estimate of E. A. Berndt of W. W. Di
: ... , ...
eWtrom a business tri to California.
I ' 1-vVe are going to have more tour-
iets here than we have ever dreamed
or, ne declares. "Everywnere people
told me this: 'Wc are going to the
an t rancuco exposition next year
i and from there to Hawaii. We have
been promising ourselves
trip for a long time and now we are
going to take it.'
"The exposition is going to be a
wonderful thing," say3 Mr. Berndt
He is brimming with enthusiasm over
the prospects for the big 1915 fair and
Hawaii's place in it. The Hawaii
building is coming along finely. "And
the colors of the-.exposition structures
they are marvellous! That whole
mass of buildings looks as if it had
been touched with a magician's wand,
The glow and shimmer of color is
Mr. Berndt included a visit to Los
Angeles In his trip. He had a busy
time and returns to Hawaii with a
number of suggestions for promoting
the tourist traffic. ' '
. Associated Press by Federal Wireless
WASH4NGTON(4. ttov. U. The
12 federal-neeerve fcaakropanad today
uader the new currehcir law.
MAKJJG KALAKAUA DAY
!S f .RACE THIS AFTERNOON
; Honoring jbe birthday of the late
Kinx Kalakaua, last male monarch of
Hawaii, the Hui Mokn Liiiil, or Minia
ture Yacht Club, held Ha annual races j
in the harbor, today. These races have 1
been an event of the utmost impor
tance for. more than 20 yearsand in.
celebration , of the 78th anniversarx 01
the hirth.of SJalakaua the ceremonies
arei being widely, observed throughout
the Islands .tbday.i . f.- - . r
On-the, harhprj, in 4he vicinity ofthe
Healani and yrtlp boat houses, the
tiny can vas conveyed crafts are com
peting for honors this afternoon, with
the miniature yacht owned by Dele
gate Kohio' figuring as. a contender.
Last year Prince Cupid's yacht finish
ed second la this race, first honors
going to William Hal. . .. ;. ;
A largenuiaber of persons are jn
terested hi thin annual event and 'all
are on hand this afternoon to witness
the race for the "Kalakaua champion -
RAYMOND C; BROWN
TO POLICE DEPT.
itavmood 'C rown. fcecretary or tne
Chamber of" Commerce, entered a com-j
plaint with captain oc uetecuves Ar
thur McOaffie this morning regarding
tho actioaa ;of two mea wrho. saya
Drowcv . were prowling aronnd ibl
heme , In Alanoa last Aight ahortly.be
fore ,11 o'clock., , -
rAecerdlaao Mr. Browa Mrs. Brown
was 'awakened at about 11:19 o'clock
by someone r scratching, a match on
the front laaaL Mrs. Brown went l(tof
the windw.and asked .who, was there,!
1 and a fnanwao was tall, and". won? a
eyes, asswercQ. uut-i ifo w iuuhb h"'
-certain Jouse. ,Ai short coBversa-
. . , i ii r
lionnsuedf af.the 'close of whicb the
manleftr the ; house. -As he reached
Ue. ia wnaays Mr , Brown, .ne, ws
joined' by-; anotluer, man. and the two
hurried toward 'the, .ear, line. Mr.
Browa says-that Man on will have to?
have further ponce protection, or else
the JUanoa Improvement .Club will
have. to organize a vigilance commit-
. Following, tlie discharge t of about!
1009 tons of cargo the Matson Kaviga- '
ticn steamer Matscnia returned to'
Hoookilauroo.41Uo .yesterday, jnorn-1
log. - i
1 i-i.--:r-i.--c m i$ :!, t
Chinese Embroideries, Gurios, , old and new China-ware;
Bra, Bronzes Ebony and Rattan Furniture ecially
A few beautiful hand-painted Chinese Tapestries of rare design
TO RED CROSS
(Continued from page rne)
Monday, have agreed to arbitrate.
At 9:15 this morning Secretary
Rath began to get calls for more
stamps and sent out reinforcements
to the extent of a couple of dozen
bcxes or so to various districts.
Through, fhe courtesy of . Castle
Withinglen. Mr. Rath has established
the red cross seal head Quarters for
on Bishop had sold 1200
worth of the
little adhesive crusaders in her down- j
town district, and tne best was yet
. Mrs. Cheatham invaded the sanctu
ary of the tuberculosis bureau itself
and retired with valuable booty. In
fact, the board of health ofTlces were
the first to fall before the assault The
government offices in both the judi
ciary and capital buildings capitulated
Everything possible has been done
to make the sale a success and mer
chants, ministers, officials and citi
zens of every other class have joined.
Mr. Lennox, jnanager of N. S. Sachs
A Co., inaugurated a window display
of red cross subjects, in which the
scepter of tuberculosis was laid away
beneath the weight of public opinion
and Hawaiian generosity.
. Mr. Rath dces not e-ipect any , fig
ures' showing the xtent of the sale to
be? reached etll the-clesetthe -day,
but believes that almost every stamp
will be sold. ; It is estimated that a
' We havB seveiral
to arrive soon.
u , And partly At Our Expense
These UsedPiaiios are in fine! cohditibnV
youiiTiay 1191 us
SINGER Piano in walnut case; has
A .. been .used very., little special price
. . . .. v. ...... ....... .... $190
Another SINGER piano, in oaktcase;
itn1 use only two months; special
jprioe -i. . . .-'..i.-,.., ..... ..... . . ,$210
WJEGNER. piano, in walnut case, su
pertoned lnstriment of splendid
grade; has been carefully used; spe
cial price $230
EVERYTHING. CITY TRANSFER COaJPANY
JAMES H. LOVE Prmne 12S1
Ver" iiAht trading is "Evidenced vn
today'B stock sheet with declined
price Ln all transactions. Sales re-
' tt 33 for 20 shares, and mutual TelH
. n . J . . ,,
mercial shewed a drop of 14 point in
sales cf 10 and 5 shares at 23.." 0. Olaa
opened. point down at 5.50 for 20
a recovery of H for 100
The Manufacturers' Shoe Store has
just received an extensive variety of
styles of the famous Broad walk shoes
for children. Adv.
thousand dollars' worth had been dis
posed of at 9 o'clock.
Mrs. Dillingham and the committee
in charge of the sales wish to express
their thanks to the territorial press
and to all who have helped them to
prepare for the Red Cross Seal Day.
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STAR-BULLETIX JITES YOU
TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
Used Pianos instruments .that -have been
quicKiy 10 sea mem
BOUDOIR piano, (Cottage size; In dull
finish mahogany; in excellent tone
and . case conditio ; -.. special price
CIIALLER & SONS piano la walnut
case; somewhat older than the oth
ers, but in excellent tone; special
price .......... . . . ....... . . . ...$S0
There are a few others we'd like you to specially examine. ' f
Agents herp fpr Wurlitzer Automatic Musical
We , will rent you a Piano by the month, orVfor
j .special occasion?.;
;Fort Street;; near, Jung a
; VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
I (Special fflreltta to Beftlaata'tk
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Nov.
schr. Annie Johnson, from Mahu
kona Oct 23
Sailed. Nov. IV bark Ft P. Rlthet,
Arrived. Nov. 16, S. S. Chlyo Maru.
hence' Nov. 10.
Sailed. Nov. It 1:40 p. m.. stmr
Korea, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed. Nov. 15, a
S. Santa Maria, for Honolulu.
HONOLULU Arrived, Nov. 18, 8. S.
City of Naples, from Galveston, via.
Panama, en reute lor Yokohama.
S. a China arrives from Yoko
hama Tuesday 7 a. m. and proceeds
to San Francises) 4 p, m. same day.
i m .1
LADY WITH WHIP PROVES
GARBAGE DEPARTMENT TO
BE HIGHLY EFFICIENT
In order to make the garbage peo
ple collect the rubbish that has been
placed outside of a yard for nearly a
week without being taken away for
causes unknown, Mrs. KatnanouhT of
61 2G Weaver ane.toog Ikfcorie whip
this morning and used it upon the
employes of the garbage department.
both' as td' works
ine jot mciuaes:
walnst lease, beautiful
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