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VMIWQ BULTKTTN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FEB. 7. 1910.
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges.
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Ilnll
7:20 P. M.
MAnmc tNbintttty other Avjo
BENEFICIAL ASSn1IATI0N. cintions cor
HAKMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
,7; 30 In I. O. O. F. llnll, Fort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretory.
II. 12. MCCOY. Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very corv tally
0AHIT LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrst and third Frl
flay evculng at 7:30 In K. 'A P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ileretania. VIsltliig
brothers cordially Invited to attoo'd.
WM. JONES, C. C. '
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
mnitip pitniiipcnni 'vjwwa ..
HONOLULU L0D0E C1G, B. P. 0. E.
tfnnnlnl. T nA x- 1.1 t. tt n
.awuw.uiU UVUgtJ i U. U1Q, U. f. J.
jTKlks, .nieeta'in their-hall, on King
- street, near Fort, every Friday oven.
f Inc. Vlaltlni? Tlrnthnra nra "nrrllnllv
F'lnvltod to attend.
. E. A. DOUTIIITT. E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Sqoy.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R; M.
Moots every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall, visiting brothers cor
Wally Invited to attend.
l'. HIGGINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, O. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0, E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucretanla and Fort streets.
Vlsltlnc Earrlea am Invito,! tn m.
W. It. ItlLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Rntnrrtnv
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of 'P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Boretanla. Visit
i Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. R. S.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
f TtTVUtOTAur svn cnnnTAir
Alakta St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Honn From 10 tn 12- fmm
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
" bUHDAYS 10 TO 12.
: ffel. Office, 590. Beiidence, 1460.
J BEGAL SHOE CO.
llr- .,"i Kine nnd .Bethel.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
H TIPnww T.vnn rn ttii
Alexander Young Bide.
IM t Rebuilt
j) ' ' v BEMINGTONS
g ' A. 3. ABLEIGH & CO., LTD.
WAH CHONG CO.
DBY GOODS AX3 TAILOBING.
jpT: EverythlnR absolutely new and
iresn irom mo uoasi.
WAVEBLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST
ING WO TAI & CO.
Nuuanu St. . , Phone 266.
WE HAVE WITH US
nfr" .Tindi t'iB
AT THE YOUNG.
Friday, February 4.
Dr. .1. H. Fanoll. Walluku; J. II.
Williamson, Mr. mid Mrs. J. 11. Bar
nard, Lcltehun: Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
I.ewlB, Loilyhua; Mrs. Uorger, Lolle
hua; J. K. Hume, Lt-llchua; P. II.
Sheridan, l.ctlehUa; A. C. Smith, Aus
tralia. Saturday, February 5.
Dan Cnrlcton, Loa Angeles.
Sunday, February 6.
W. V. Voznu Valluku; W. B. Hal.
Walluku; II. Venhaltow, Wallukii;
H. 1". Kayo, I'.oknlm; Miss E. nice, I.I
hue; Mlsa '. Parsons Santa ltosa; F.
M. White; Mr. Lafayette I. Fish, Ber
keley; I.. 'A. C. Smith. Halclwu.
V.onday, February 7.
Mrs. 11. I), wishanl, Uhuo.
AT THE HAWAIIAN. "
Friday, February 4. "
C. Hobeler, England, J, PVnns, Taco
Caturday., February 5.
J. J. Mullv; puncokoo; a. D. Ma
hone, Wnli'jhu; F. D. Mahono, Wat
Sunday, February 6.
"II. M. Ornyson, E. A. Cook,
f.'onday, February 7.
Q. W. Bell.
CYCLIST RUN SOWN
5. F. Splnola turned In a report to
tho iiollce station that ho was run Into
by on autonioblh) tm Saturday night
and knockc.., ttt his blcycla. He was
riding along Klug Btreet when a largo
hliiclc machlno boro down on him and
simply ran over him.
The bicyclu was smashed and the
cyclist thrown on Ills head. Ho was
too surrplsed and hurt to take notlco
of tho number of tho automobile, and
n tho chauffeur mado no attempt to
stop and seo If Splnola was hurt, tho
cycllBt gathered himself tip and pro
ceeded to tho pollco station.
No traco has been found ot the
speeding nutolrt, and there does not
seem to me much chance of getting
any, ns thero aro n'enty ot "largo
black automobiles" In Honolulu.
Two horses, a load of llrowood and
no driver caused a mild sensation
near tho Klnau wharf this morning.
It appears that tho wagon, which was
Just about loaded with logs, was
scheduled to start off to a houso Ewa
of tho wharf, but tho horses took,
right at something and dashed up tho
strcot toward Nuuanu.
A bunch of spectators ran after tho
horscH and, fortunately, one of them
grabbed tho heads of tho animals and
brought tho team to a standstill be
fore any great damago was dono. It
is considered vcryg fortunate that tho
horses did not get full way on and
that they did not swing around tho
corner Into Nuuanu street, as a seri
ous accident could not havo been
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up an agreed statement of facts on
which It Is hoped 'n basis of settlement
can ho reached and tho progress that
was mado this morning toward the
ends of peace Indicates that tho efforts
will ho siirdesful.
"I think that tho caso ian be set
tled out of court," said tho Governor
upon tho conclusion of the conferenco.
"It Is an Important caso, Involving ns
It docs tho water rights to Uio lao val-loy."
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT BALE on Mnslinwear com
mences MONDAY, FEBRUARY ,7. EVery 'garment fresh and criiip. Whea
we cay you can buy Muslinwear here and now for less money than else
where, wc mean that our average values are better in every respect. We
ask you to compare our goods and prices with the best you can find
elsewhere, before making your purchase.
Sale commences Monday morning, February 7. '
Fort St., opposite Caitriolic Gnurch ;.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
B u 1 1 e 1 1 h .Clarified -Adi an Al
ways Little HeJpers. They will help
your business; thjr will find 'ott
property t,or people: thtr wiH 'In
iomtbinic vou want, and th will
sell something yeu don't waat1
Mural: Let to UttU helpers htla
you tlwy only cost on cent a word.
Automobiles $4 par hour. Phon I. f
Mike Paton has buttermilk, at the
For ahack ring up phone 406 And
ask for Frank Baker. Stand Union
neat" Hotel St. Hack No. 57.
'If you want i a good Job doo eatM
auto or carrUc Uh tt to UawaJUa
Carrlae Mfg. Co.. 417 Quooa St.
American Stoara Iindry Pboa
108 AutomoWW dUfry Dat work.
Oea your houso wired by the Union
Electric Co. They will Install tele
phones, private, bolls or lighting plants.
Harrison building, Ueretanla street
Time srwnt at th Fashion Satoea'U
Umo pleasantly spent Tbla (Uoa fe
soinctlmod mown aa tha Two laaiw
iCoat your Iron roots with "AraWa."
Vou will bo surprlMxl at IU cooling
and proscrVatlTu properties. Cllfornr
Feed Cov agents.
Oct your candy at thc'Palm Cafo and
you get something different from that
cold elsewhere. It Is new and novel:
elegantly flavored with the purost,
richest fruit flavors.
Oct a razor strop at Benson, Smith
& Co. storo and you will have your
razor In condition nt all times without
resorting to the barber to havo the
Em Pua drew a prlzo package this
morning at tho police court. When
he opened It he found that, his Sat
urday night Jag got him' ten days
free board and lodging.
Sam Konela, who ran over A. II.
Smith some time ago, had his case
once more continued nt. the ''pollco
court this morning; the matter wilt
be nttended to on February 21.
Why not spend Chlneso New Year
at Halelwa and enjoy your' meals.
There will be no troubles and annoy
ances coriscnucnt upon the departure
ot tho Chlneso cook for the Joy fields.
Tho Heavyweight crew of tho
Strawberry bunch at the Hcalanl
club are not satisfied wth their de
test by tho Lightweights, and have
challenged the smaller 'men to 'an
other' race tQ be, rowed next Sunday.
Up till this' morning "4 97; automo
biles, had been registered at the po
lice station. Number G00 Is already
bespoken and as soon na the two In
tervening numbora arc Issued, the
desired one will bo seen on -the
A Chlneso from one of thi war
ships was knocked down and run
over by a hack driven by a Chlneso
last night on River street, near Ho
tel. The .patrol wagon was called
up. He was taken to the Queen's
hospital for repairs. i ,
A bunch of sailors from tho Fleet
got a little frisky last night while'
paying a visit to 6no ot the Jnpah
po hotels on' IUve"r street and Irp-
coeded td break. the hotel, up lrf busi
ness. Soma damage was done 'to the
flimsy partitions before the trowd
was qulted down.
Secretary Wood ot the Hawaii Pro
motion' Committee,' would like to
havo the addresses ot persons Who
have furnished rooms to rent, ;clther
with or without, board. The - large
number of tourists tn the city at
present create a 'demand tor such ac
commodations that Is not always easy
to supply, and a list of available
places on file at the tfroniqilon Com
mittee's"" roomB will be of much con
venience to many visitors.
Ella, a. Hawaiian,, got full on Sat
urday night and announced his in
tention of performing a surgical op
oration on a relative ot his. The
Instruments Ella would have tised
were a carving knife and a hatchet
Just as the patient was endeavor
ing to escape, the amateur surgeon
overbalanced and. fell to the ground.
Ho Injured his head so much thkt
he had to be taken to the Queen's
hospital for"' treatment'.
WMsi ypu want to be
. Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TBA5STES 00.
Jas. H. Lata,
ftahsfer to., Lid.
rTuttirt'sai, PUo Mori.
ALL WAS WELL with tic local
naval tug Iroquois now being con
voyed to San Francisco In company
with tho United Btates crnlfcrs Den
ver ami dalveston. ' A. wireless from
the war vessels received at tho local'
Naval Station Sunday stated that Ihe
ships Vera meeting 'with moderate
seas and light breezes.
ACCORDING TO latest advices re
ceived here the Matson Navigation lin
er Hllonlan aalled from San Francis
co on -Sunday for So:tt:e. This ves
sel la scheduled to leave Seattle on
February 19 for Honolulu, bringing a
largo general cargo.
.BAILING FflOM Honolulu on Jan
uary 27, the. American oil tanker San
ta Rita, la reported. to have arrived at
Port San Luis on last Saturday,
FRESH northeast winds, smooth
seas and flno weather continued as
the Oceanic steamer Alameda proceed
ed 'on her way from Honolulu to San
Francisco, according to a wlrelers re
ceived at tho local agency on Sunday.
NO FURTHER Casea nt smnllpox
developed on tho Canadian-Australian
liner Makura after that vessel sailed
from Honolulu. en route to Vancouver.
The vessel reported by wlre'oss on
Saturday night, ihat evoryboily was
well on board and tho vessel's posi
tion as 685 miles oft port.
EARLY WEDNESDAY morning ,tho
Vatson Navigation . steamer Lurllno
should arrive at tho port from San
Francisco, according to tho icont
calculations ot tierj.agoots. A wireless
received from .that' vessel give her
position at 1060 mlle3(. steaming
through 'fresh1 ho'rtficaut wpds,.ami
amnntri eaia t T
THE -'JAPArtow liner,', Nippon
Maru, which passpdthrough Honolulu
from San Franclicq: en routo to tho
Orient on January ts, ia oported to
havo arrived at Vckohama'on last Sat
urday. ' ,
TEN DAYS was required by )ho
Matsdn Navlgatloh, phartored, steamer
Hyades lrti making tho, "trip from Ka
hulut to San Franfi'sCpv Tho Hyades
gathereii up a .considerable vhlpmont
ot sugar nt the various? island ports,
and, according to, a to cable arrived
at San Francisco on'laat Saturday.
.THE UNITED.STATE3 army trans
port Buoridan: which left San Fran-.
Cisco for Manila vldiuorts oh. Saturday'
afternoon,- Is due .tb arrive at Hono-J
uiu on oaiuroay or'ounaay.
CAPTAIN SCOTT, It ho sails for the
South Pole, Is going, to take a new
compass with hint. It la one thathaa
recently been adopted by the German
government for. Its .warships, and la a
remarkable Instrument- .It is known
as the gyroscope c0hips,ss, and' Is the
Invention! ot Dr. ,Anschuctz-i!aompfo.
A nine-pound wheel,, mounted tn "aV
holder of Quicksilver lsJmade (o rotate
at the rate iot ?l',tk)6 revolutions a
minute by, an nleojHc mo(oK Alter'
running ror two hours, tho wheel is
set in tho direction ot thai ,'matho
matlclal. meridian) which direction jit
maintains. The advantage of tho new
compass' Is that It is entirely unaf
fected by neighboring iron or steel far
by vibrations and rolling of tho vessel.
A, compass card, attached Indicates di
rection In tho usual way.
ANUoOREOATE of t6,3U,B0O for
repalrs'to naval vessels. Is provided In
estimates the 'Secretary of tho Navy,
has submitted to the House of.ReDre-
scntatlves". Recent legislation requires
recommendations I for. authorization
where repairs ard to e'jeced 1200,000.'
CAPTAIN M. EDWARDS of the
steamer Yosemlte, whlch waa' total
ly "wrecked by going, on, the rocks noar
Port Orchard last July, and whoso li
cense was revoked, lias been notified
by - Supervising Inspector John Derm
Ingham of San Francisco that .the rc
vocation Jiaa been reduced to pn'o
year's suspension ' ,
THE CUSTOMS Collector at Seattle
has given permission "ror'tho cording-
and sealing ot the baggage of passen
gers on (ho Jebsen line boats who
leave Seattle, and Tacoma for Callfoh
nta, boarding the J,ebaen vessels at
Victoria, D. C- This -'does away with
customs examination at San Francisco
and San Podro.
PURSER DONALD KBfJT of the
rteamor ,Nocau reports that 12,000'
Sacku ot M, S. sugar is, awaiting .ship
ment on Kauai dt tho tlmo ot the de
parture of the stoamcr for Honolulu.
. -in-, t j. ,
THE STEAMER Iwalanl Is schod-
uled-to sail for Mahukona and Kawal
hao at noon to'mbrrow. . r
union - Pacific
SOU to hWt your
IN a-dRflflN PORT
, Monday; February 7.
SAN FRANC18CC-Sailcd Feb. C:
S. S. Cleveland, for Honolulu.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 6:
. S. 8 Hllonlan, for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. 6:
S. S. Enterprise, from Hllo.,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 7:
Dk, Andrew Welch, henco Jan. h.
SEATTLE 8alicii Feb. 6:
8. 8, Alaskan, for Honolulu.
CRAY'S ltArtUOR Arrived, Feb. 7:
Schr. Carrier Dove, hcryce Jan. 18.
HILO Sailed Feb. S:
S. S. Mlssourlan, for 8allna Cruz.
Saturdi), February S.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 4:
S. S. Nevadan, henco Jan.. 27.
BAN FRANCISCO Arriyed Feb. 5:
8. 8, Arlionari. from San, Diego., ,
8: 8. Hvafl. from Kahulul. Jan. 2G.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 61.
, 8. 8.' Nibpori Mara hence Jan. 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Fob. 5: .
, U. 8. A. T. Bherldan, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Feb.- S:
Dk,- St. Kathqrlne, for San Fran
cisco. Friday; .February 3.
QAVIOTA Bailed Foa.; J ,
' Bp. Marlon Chllcott tor Honolulu.
PORT OAMDIJ'J-Sallod Fob. 8:
Schr. Robert Lewprs, for Honolulu.
SAN DIEGO-Arrlved Feb. 3l
3. 8. Arizonan, from Ballna Crua.
REPORT OF 'fHG CONDITION OP'
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK W
LiAUiiil A-r 'Unilnt ill II IU -rue
TERrtiTORVOF IAWaII.'Xt THE
-CL08E OF BUSINESS, JANUARY
ltBUUlf.UkU3. i i
"LoariBUrtil ptBCOuhts . . . ,1,07S'039.D8
dvenlrafU,,, BcciircJ and
uncurt ,..s t 1,070,79
culatlon ;.'....,.,..,.. 250,600.00
U,tS. Bonds to secure U, -,
B. Daiioslts ........... 235,400.00
bih'er Bonds to. secure U,
Bonds,, BCcurltlos, etc. . , .,
Bank site- ...,,,.....-
Custorqers' , Liability 6h
,Letirs of Credit .'....,.
Due from' late, and Prl-
D'ue t tpm approved Re-
serve"',gent' .. 4 ....'. .
Checks, "and other cash
ItOmsfr'r.V. . ..-.. i
Notes of other ta'tldnal
Fractional ;Papb'r Cu'rren
j 4y. TliclteflB, and Conta,.
Lawful Monty RJtser've In
Spcclo .-.-. , .
- notes :, -. 70.00 323,921.30,
11QUIUUUU JUDU Willi, LP
8. treasurer (5 of cir
. LIABILITIES i i .
Capital stock paid In.... t 00 000.00
Surplus fund -'-'-i 135,000.00
Undivided Profits, loea
Expenses and Taxes
paid ....... ,i 177424.81
Nauo'nal Bank Notes out
standing ...i 250,006.00
Duo to approved Reserve
.Dividends nnpiald . ..;... .-.. 382.06
inuiviauai aeposiia suujeci '
to chock .,..., 825,401.17
Demand certificate:! ot de
posit .v- ,
Certljlod chocks i...-..j.
Oashler'a checks 6u(stand-
.'I"?. ' ,.,...-...,..
yulted Btatos Dopostta. . ,
Deposits - or. u. s. Disburs-
Ihg officers -..-rw 272,486.38
Fortlgri, and Domos'tlc Let
ters of Credit 40T,957.88
Territory of Hawall,-
Clty and County of Honolulu, as:
I, U T. Pe'ck,. Cashier of the abovo
namod bank, dp, solemnly swear that
tho aboye abatement is true to the host
of my knowtodge and belief,. ,
L. T. PECK, Cashier.
iUiuiLu i aucbi:
M. P. Rpni;
n p nanTi.iR
. , Directors,
i Subscribed and, sworn to b'eforo mo
this 7th day of February, 1910.
F.- F, FERNANDEZ,
,. Notary Public,
Passbook 8614 .lost. Flridcr plcaso re
turn to Bishop tt Oo.'s Savings Bank.
', .' 537-3t
1 !'. ' ' 4 r. -
I PABSgNQERS ARRIVED j
Per stmr. klnau, from Kauai ports.
Fob. 6. II, P. Faye, W. F. Bramcr.
Mrs. Alnalkc, Miss 11. Kalcna, Mrs: Q.
K. Mooro. W.. J. Bchoenbcfcor. W. G.
Holt, W. d. Hall, O. K. Moore, Mrs, F.
L. Putnam, Mrs. E-. Femandoz,- Mrs.
L. I. Fish, Mrs. I.'W; Fish, MIkb E.
Rice, Miss Parsons, Mrs. J. II. Coney,
J. L. Huddy, J. H. Coney.
Per C.A. 8. S. Moana, from Van
couver, Feb, "5. Mrs. and MrV. C. J.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. HlggB and 4
children, Miss R. .Dew, Mp and Mrs;
C. McNab, Miss N. McNab', Mr. and
Mrs. N. A. Tulk, Miss M. A. Black
burn, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Dickinson,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Elston, Rev. II. W.
Frascr, L. W. Moody, T. Cadwaladcr,
L. Cadwaladcr, T. .Bellamy, Mrs. Bel
lamy, Mrs. J. 8. Allen and Infant, Mrs.
O. A. Tudhope, S. king, T. D. Slfarrotj,
Mrs. A. J. Welbourne. J. C. Bishop. Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Williams, Mlsa, C. A.'
WllllainB, J. McKay, C.: M. Rowllnson
A. M, Rowllnson, O, Armstrong. Capt.
and Mrs. ,11, C. Steele, Mrs. J. W. Maci
do'nald, Mist) M. tjuenai, Mr and Mrt.
II. MIddaugh, E. Mlddaugh, Miss h. M
Moeller, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. W. White,
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Bustccd, E. E.
Wootten, W, L. Macomber, MrsL. N,
Do Wolfe, Mrs. C. A. Pratt, Miss C. Da
Wolfo, C. A. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
Smith,- Miss R. Case, Mrs. W. R. Wil
liams, It. McCormack, Miss E. M. Mc
Cormack, Mro. A. E. GroenusMUs H
U Orecnlw, J. A. Brown, E. Talbot, D.'
II. Jones, M. F. Cowlyn, F. McMastar,
C. Burg. Mr, and Mrs. W. M., Horslpj
nnd Infant, Mrs. C. Buckingham, J.
Donald, P. Buckley. Mr. Verrlner, H.
B. Cameron, II, Dorfttr, Miss F. L.
Stranach, Mr and Mrs. J., Johnston.
" ' - -v
, Per s'tro'r. Mauna loa: for Kona
and Kan port, Feb. 8. Mrs. IU D.
WeJIbridi, Mrs. Baxter. Ure. Mati
aoh, Mls Qlbou. Mr. aa I Wis, E. U.
Dartoa,' Mr. and Mrs. Get Mr. na
UU- P.' 8hlner; Vr. .and Mrs. W.
Black, M(k Ksrchor; Miss Dnsey, r.
W. Carp, W Richardson
.Per stmr. Maflha Koa, for Hllo and
way porta, Feb: '8. Mr. and Mrs. IS.1
Carroll; H.HgerC Mrs. Hagen F,,N.
Care: A. Humberc: airs', ftumbirr
Jamei Harvey, Mrs. Harvey. Miss Han-'
oa,;Mrt. J, Glllle.'J. OAdatns. Mrs..
aunnn, wiuiBms. lUari- o. omuii,
T: 'W.iWead JT, KulduffMra. W. H.,
iuee, mim & )tice, mius parsons, M.
Rlchardson-.tOerald Miller. Mrs. J. E.
Miller," A. U. Manning. Mrs. Manning.
Miss Cameron., Mirs 8. Peck, Mrs. F.
Daxter Mrs. Minson. .Miss Gibson
Mrs. 01bson,J?.(M. Barton, Mrs.' Bar-'
tod, ir.Oes, Mrs, Oots,.W. Black, Mfs.
uiwh, jjiis narcner. hiss uusey. Mr.
and Mrs. Ordway.MIss Ordwa'y., ,
Per stmr. Klnau.. for Kauai porta
Feb.- 8, Hov. J. W, Wadman, Rev.
Mln; Mrs. i. D. Wlshard, Dr. O. H.
Huddy, W. 0. Parka. -, ,
Per P. M. S. S. China, .for , Hong
Song vl& Japan ports. ii. 8. Herflot
IJ. ILucas.'C. B. Thompson, Mrs. Co-'
Per' stmr. Klnau, for Kauai porta
fob, 8. Rev.- Mln, Mrs. C. M, Cooke,
Miss V. Cooko Mr. a!nd Mrs., Dellson
MrB,Macfarlano, H. P. T-'ayo,- Dr. O.
H. Huddy, W. C. Parko, F. Gdy, Mrs,
Gay. ,.,, J
Per stmr. Mlkahala. for Maui and
Molokal ports, Fob. k.j. ,D. Mo-'
Velgh, C. II. Cooke, Miss A. Alexand-'-l
l-.i!Th'e dr goods' department of the
TheO.i If. fDavles & Co. moved last
Saturday Into the new concrete1
building on Kaahumanu between
Merchant and Queen streets. Tho
building was erected from plans
drawn with careful attention to the
neo'ds of a! atoro;and office building
ot the proportions neVcssary for a
Arm .like the Davlos Company. The
building Is almost a. half block in
length and two stories in height:
The lower 'floor Is to be used prin
cipally, for the office, and tho upper
floor la to.be a, sample and display
room for dry goods. Tho dry goods
.... ..i & . , It . v i.AJ
ueparuiiBiu iq in cnuriso oi juinen
Wakefield, Tho office force of tio
grocery department of Davles & Co.
In charge ,of J. F. Child, have office
rooms in the new1 dry goods build
ing. The building formerly occupied
by tho, grocery department .being
used exclusively Jot a storo room.
' ' ' ' V
Tho Symphony, orchestra will ro
hcarao. Tuesday, evonlng at 8 o'clock
atikliohana Art I,eaguo rooms. i
q, Q. Yob Hqp: & Cp. wll closo on
ChinosotNew, Yqar,'a day,, February Y
and acquest their patrons to send .In
their ordors early oa Tuesday, as liero
will be no delivery on Tuesday after
P- m-. .. , - '. :
A. B. McElroy, from Sllgo, waa.
determined $n .Saturday night that
he would get the best ot the prohi
bition bunch for once, but,cfean;'for
got about Sheriff Jarrett'a pp'llco
.men., Tho consequence was that A.
B, Mcwaa In court this morning and.
was awarded a sixty days stretch a).
Asc'h'a hofel by Judge Andrnde.Avhep
Mc. gets, qut he will have to awlm tp
'Frisco for a .wet. v ,
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11 ARRiVEO '
BundaV, February. .
Kauai ports Klnau, slmr., a. m.t
Maul and Molokal'jrarta Mlkahala,
ctmr., a. m. .
Hawaii ports Kcauhou, atrar., a.,m.
Maul ports Ltkcllko, stmr., a. in.'
VB88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Tuesday Febuary 8'.
Ban Francisco China, P it. B. B.
, Wednesday, February 9. ,
Ban Francisco Lurl'lhe Mi N,B. B.
Kauai porta W. O. .Hall, stmr.
' Thursday, Fabruary 10.
Hawaii and Maul porta Claudlne,
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
tuesday, Ftbr'ua'ry 8.
Hllo and" wa porta Manna Kca,
stmr., noon,, r , u.y
Kauai iwrta Klnau, stmr, 1p.m.
Maul and. Molokal porta Mlkahala,
stmr., 5 p. m. ' ,
Japan pbfts and Hongkong China,
, Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
San Francisco Pacific fleet, eight
Mahukona and Kawalhao Iwalanl,
iitmr, noori. ,-': i,,
Kniial ports Nobau, attnr., B-pJ'nt,.
Kahulul and Kaanapalt-Coluipblah,
A.-H. stmr., p. m. iJ
POLICE C0UBT JOTTINGS
No less than forty-four casea, faced
Judge AndrWe, this, morning it tho
police court, nnd he had.-to.att till lato
on tho different little affairs.
. A huge bunch ot gamblers had their
names oh tho calendar, and tt. was
seen nt a glance, that .Chief McDofflo
nnd his merry' men had had a stren
uous tlmo of It on Saturday and Sun
day. 'There worp 'che-fa, "7li't and
Russian war artists ou the list; nnd
ho courtroom waa orowded with all
tho. nationalities; nearly, -'of- HAnOlulU.
Tho ,flrs( batch' of woOera-of chance
was tho Ucretanla stfiet billiard' par
lor, lot, and hvo out of the-ton of them
forfeited tholr ball.. Ttifi, howove.-,
'dooa nOt, let thorn, outr ;ns bench "War
rants havo been! Ib3(i(h1 for their ar-
rdat: 'i - , ,' - ', ,
Tho other, (lvo'wero found guilty and
lined 9 each, wlthcokta as wellr.thd
ot'htjr lot will probably get a ilarger
nnc, ocsiacs losing inrir uau mpney.
Then the K-va contingent, ticeij ihb
music, ami, ,CliarlIoChJl(rigWQryi ;ap-
pea'red.for thefn. The ele'vpni' dWond-
ants are alleged' to have .taJtet), -part
)n tho delightful .game .ojBur) Chal.
As counsel for tho dcfcnsewita not
readv to co on 'with1 tho 'matter., nb
asked for a remand till' February l'(.
This -waa, Teamed, and tho men; whh
aro an out on oau or id a ncaa, win
bo able to enjey their Nowf-Year In
tlme-honqrcd fashion ( v, '.
Still they come waa tho cry aa aii-
other crowd of Chinese, who 'woi-o'
caught' iln Pauahl street, .where- thty
wore playing "Rus'slah 'war' Camo
forward. General Arthur .McDuffle
disposed hta men so' that the ertenjy
had ho' chanco of getting away, and
tho consequence wap- that tho bUncH
of Celestials was. gathered .ln: Twobf
the men forfeited tholr ball, and the
.o'thor three were fined 110 caehTliat
cleared tho calendar for today 'tis re
gards gamblers,, , v ,
, Henry Kukapu hV,a slim, Individual,
and ho has manaked' to.hai6 th'o h'b
of a. bicycle foa twpMnohthB at lha
jn'flderate-.cTxpen'dlturo 'ot, fjiir Jilts,,; It
appears inai1Menry,iurB(i,R.ijiK;, irom
a atoro and paid .half & dollar In ad
vance. ,JIe, was supposed to, return
tho machine, oh. the samo aftornoon,
but evidently fprgotto.do. e'o.-" ,At
any rate, aftor two months' Henry was
gathered In, and for tho tfext six
months ho will not be able tb Indulge
In . btk'e rides or any, 'other soft of
s'port f th'p kind. It will bo, tahdam
one foot before tho other for Henry
for. somp time.
Job' ifoniz then faced tho music,
ami It was oh a serl0us dhafge. Jo
seph went to a Japaheso house, and
after partaking of all the good things
to be' had. refusodito dig ud for any-
'..:.- .-l :..? V.A -!. 2Ti.ll
iiiiut,. u uniy uiu 'v rtuusu iu
part, buf ho also Remanded,, that hla
hosts should' pay ,hlm nhb' .dollar. As
six-bits was all that thero was In tho
houso, Joe agreed f take that amount.
Ho Informed tho Japanese that he waa
a police officer and on that charge will
nrnlislilv. nM. intn ftnrlnnit -tltauhle.
I Then, a lovo affair, Interested . tho.
court for ,a short .time. Joe ,01lvelfi
Fota, Is violently in lovo .with a fair
widow". -Tho widow ,does not' fflyo two
Whoops in hump..for4Joo'.j Joo la a
trier1, hbWpverand. h perslstfl-ln niak
ing lovo to ho " fairy' every, time ho
meets her. JThe lady's chief objection
to Joseph he is ,yorjr dljtercnt to the
jmejont, Joseph pf Biblical history Is
that ho wears! u moustache and refuses
to.ehavo It off. j
Judge Andrado, listened to tho lovo
tale, and then warned Joo, .that' ho
would havq to.drop. fha,t.:JfJnil of doie
and bqcorrio 'aeh'slblo,. V Thq ady did
n6't want, Joe,, so why should he, mako
Ipyo to, hor In ,nj'i)id Transit cars, or
any old place bo happoncd to meet
her. Job was allowed to'ixo and if ho
.wa'nt's ,io ,bo successful ho had' bOtter
shave off ma rmlttaerte. Tt ,
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