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Masonic Temple
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Weekly Calendar
Limit CI.ai.Irl- So. !-ltcir.
II I.I I'.
, lliiiu.'.iilii t Ii.IiIIit llojnl
A i i'Ii.
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All visiting members of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
ttenil meeting! of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Mondays of
each month
at K. P. Hal
7:30 P. M.
Membcri of
other Alio
ciationi cor-
iially invited.
EARMONY I0DQE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
. Meets every Monday evening nt
TiSQUn I. 0. 6. F. Hall, Fort Street.
tE. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
., II. E. McCOY, Nobll Orand.
AlLvIsItlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
' (ayievenlng.at 7:30 in K. ot P. Hall,
I corner Fort and Beretanla. VUltlng
I brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r WM. JONE3, 0. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Ually Invited to attend.
A. h. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
E0N0LTJ1U AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
If... . M 9rtA TA itfc WRD-
JflCVi We vuq uu i.
NE&DA.Y evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. R. RILET, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODQE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
, Honolulu -Lodge No. 616, D. P. O.
Elks, meets in weir nan, on n.iu&
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
K.of P.
VMts every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. 0. 0.
liatt'lo Ah Choo Is ellglblo to enter
tho squared nreiui. Tlio loily is decid
edly" buxsom and isissesses n good
right that when properly planted Is
credited with doing considerable dam
ugo, to unprotected features.
A Porto nican woman appeared lio-
fore District Magistrate U'luer this
morning conslilcrublo tho worto for
wenr and tear as n result of a chanco
meeting with Miss Hnttlo.
lwllcl wbb tho scono of riotous ro
velry that wound up by a harried visit
of tho patrol with a number of bonny
bluo coats. Hattle was among those
present and she was brought to thb
Ktntlon charged with assault anil hut
erv imon the Porto lllcan woman.
Tho latter person showed Indications
of having encountered a brief (hough
rough soance alio claimed to 1m tioni
in body and" grieved In splilt over tho
assault made by Miss Hattlo. Tim
Moglstrato took oognUalieo nf tin
stato of tho' woman Hint oillered com
plaint nnitho dof pilant was assessed
a nno or'iweiuyuuiiuiH unu urn mm
OLflEN-SAt Kuliuku, Oiliil, Dcroiu
ber 2211)10, nt 7 : S 0 u m. Mrs,
Johanna 'nl Olson, beloved wile
' of O, II. Olsen, n nntlvo nf Norway
1 iiged 4,8 years.
f ..'
2 J 85 rilllflrlal rnmim - ii'Mtt
iuiliii' ofilrc, 'lbri' urn tln !!
iiuuu,uumbfN uf Hie II it 1 1 1 1 1 ii,
Autos, $l per hnur, Lewis Stables
Try u case af l'invctar It Is pure
Plione 1557
Honolulu Photo-Supply Company Is
open evenings until ('In Ih. man.
lleiirv Mn & Co 's stole will bo
open etcn'ugi ii'itll Christmas.
It )oii wunt u good job dono on an.
auto or carriage t.iku It to Hawaiian
Carriage .Mfg. Co , 427 Quean St. '
Hans randy fresh and fine. llensnn
Smith anil Company, Hotel nml l'ort
Tor distilled miter, Hire's Hoot
Deer and all other popular dilnks.
Ring up I'houe 2171. Consolidated
Soda Works.
Hepntts from Pearl Harbor nro Hint
the big turbine tlrlun dredger recent-
l lull It hum H doing splendid work
In dieilK'lts out tho Piral.
Tor Hip convenience of tho Christ
mas hhoi por, our store will be ope.i
nlght-t tho bilnnce nf the. week. .1
llupi. A C Ltd.. U5 King HI.
lllng up Henry May & Co, photic
1271, for U.islcrn finren mid Cnllfor-
nl.i coiktull oysters for tho Christ
mm dinner just received on H. H.
A meeting of the Territorial Hoard
if Health was held this ufleriioou for
tho purpose f ( p.-nlng bids for sup
plies needed by the Kallhl IteceUlm;
Slnlltm and the Settlement at Molo-
llusbanils who wish Hiniellilni
that will pleaso their wives for Christ,
mas should select mm of the pielly
new bats at Miss Power's Mllllncii
I'm loir. Iln's may bo exchanged after
Christinas If thy don't suit.
Tl'O old boaid ftnro nt tho luck of
lllshiip park has been removd mid
woikinen lire laving out tho lines for
the pen driveway that will connect
Hold nnd King streets. This drive
way Is for t ho lisneflt of the stores'
fronting on Fori street.
Pending the receipt of tho order of
President Tnft commuting tho sen
tence of John Wjiiiie to llfo Imprison
ment, Judge Dole Ibis motnlng nindo
a court oidor based upon the eiblti
from Attorney Oeneral Wicket sham
mid bv which tho death Eenteiio Is set
nsldo. W lino's lafct reprlovo would
havo expired on January .Mb.
Kaniaaina, Wife of Kahuku
Storekeeper, Passes
The novvs has been received In this
city of. the .death of. .Mrs. O, lt.,01se;i,
wlfo of tho stdrukceiier tit Knhiiliu
plantntlnn, from gilppa pneuinonla, In
tho 19th year of her ngo.
Shu was born In Dr.immcn, Norway,
but came to this ciimtiy In IKS.' and
was married to Mr. Olsen In May.
Of an unusually gentlo and sweat
disposition, she won tho hearts of all
who knew her; lovable, unselfish mil
thoughtful of tho ploasuro and com
fort of nil around her, sho leaves n
host of wnrm friends besides her hus
band n.ml four children. Tho retinitis
will bo lit ".light to Honolulu hj tho
niornlnir train tomorrow for cronrillmt.
but no hour for tl"i funeral obseipileij
has yet been set
If her husband Isn't n paying prop
oRittoti woman Is apt to consider mar- j
rlngo a failure.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
v. Family Trade a Specialty.
Sole Agents
III H 1 11 1 I I M '
M H H m H H H K
will buy your Ohi;istmas
Suit. We give you the
Clothes to wear when you
make your first payment.
$10.00 to $25.00
The "Crack" ipil .Modeli Ax) Now on Display Como Early
Francis Levy Outfilt'ng Co., Ltd.
Credit Clothier 1214 Volt. OjipoMle VUe Ktullou
Better Liners for established Run. '
The Canadian Pjcltle Italpoid ill
rectors havo tecently decide upon n
ptogrcsslve sblpbullillng pohev, nml
fittlher n.iniiuticetiHiitH nro expected
thoilly lespecl'ttg tho Inipioveuient
of tho ronipaiD's lleets In both nrca.it.
Hoveihl new servlcas nie to bo oil-lb-llshcil
It bits b"cn decided not t-i
transfer the Atlantic i:mpiosc to
the Pacific hut now vessels will Ii3
built fur tills trade uioro riiltablo to
lis iO(ulrciiieiiln, and two new linen,
me to bo liu'lt lo oicralc with tho
prCM'iit Ktnpresses on tho Atlantic, it
has been olllclallj nnmmnccd ut Mon
deal that a new sorvlco will bo oiMab
llrhed with four vessels between Hill
fax. Now Vir' and Host in. Tboso
Flenmeis will emit b3 nf 430 feel
length, with S 000 tolls earr.vlng ein
ltv end speed of twenty knnls. Th'-y
will be lamer, (really superior In nc
cnntmod.il Ions, fnster. and generally
more modem than anv sleiuteis uov;
engaged In the Atlntillr coast trade.
The esMabllslinient of this service Is
lo follow the nhtorrtlt u uf the I) mil
nlrtii llilo Tho announcement Is also
mnilo of the mderlng on Iho Civ do of
another phisengrr Heaiiier of the
same type n Iho Prlhcess Adclallln
In be used In Iho night Rervlce be
I ween thlsiclly and Viiiicouver. altern
ating wllh the Princess Adebl le, and
It Is not unlikely that before long
another ftennier will also bo secured
for the company's northern run.
New Agents for American Hawaiian.
A Seal Ho dispatch confirms Iho
rumor prevailing hero for sonic veekn
past Hint tlicre would wmn bo n
rlinngc made In tho Kealtlo agency
of tho Amorlc-iii Hawaiian Line, Tho
firm of Cook ft Co., Inn, which bus
bci'ti nctlng as ngonts for iho Amrl-cail-Hiiwallaii
lino slcamidr.ps, will
dissolve with the new jear, nnd II.
W. Roberts and It. I) I.aphiim will
heroine local ngonts for the lino
Wbllo this will m can no change In the
orgaiilrnllnn nt Iho Seattle wharf, It
Is the opinion of C. W. Cook nnd of
Mr, Huberts Hint the business of Iho
'meilc.ili Hawaiian eiiiipany will bo
expedited by illiect bundling.
The chnnga will iiffect Iho Tacotin
nil 1 Portland nfllccs of Cook & Co. lo
Iho extent Hint Cook & Co. will cease
lo he, but tho otllco staff of tho ngen
e'es will remain unchanged. At Loi
Angeles and Bun Dlog,), wboto Amo-
lean Hawaiian business has been h in
died by the Spreckols n;cncy, ng:nts
will bo appointed.
Cmik & Co. was lucirp-iinled In
1007. Picvlous to that, Conk and
ltobcits wete In pailinMshlp for nniiy
eai'3, hnndllng Etcamshlii biislncm.
Hurry Up that Mauna Kca Cargo.
The liiieMslaiid wharves will be
rather nulct places of business on
Sunday nnd Monduy nnd II Is request-
cd that Intending shippers hnvo their
ccnUgniuenls of fiolght Intended f-ir
Mont Rourje Wines
Mumm's Champagne
Schlitz Beer
Hie Hllo liner .Mau'ii.vKin' nt tho wharf
not later than Huhmlu. It Is the hi'
tcntiiin to glo nil Iho employes, :i
linlliltly as Mr ii possible. Tho Ma
uui'Ken wltl bo dispatched for IIHj
vl.i wny oitn nUlcn n'cliiek on Tues
day morning and It behooves the bnsl
11094 man lo ilullver his freight at an
early chile.
Tenyo Coming from the East.
Tlicro Is n posslbllll that by tho
Tenyo Mum now ennliite front Japan
ports to Honolulu, will eomo ilefinlto
ndvlccs concct nlng the placing of Iho
local nguney for the lino In tho Ha
waiian ImIuikI.i. Tlifl Ten Maru Is
reporltd by cable to hnvo sailed from
Yokohama yostenlay Wbllo tho Ten
o nnd perhaps-one other liner tiny
follow Hie old fCIiUiiIc, It h piedlcleil
tint with' the separation of tho Jap
abe'o ailil Paclllc Mall Unci, n com
plcli) new tnbloiof sailings will rom
follow. '
Mongolia Here Friday Noon.
At Iho cgencj or II llnckfehl & Co
the ntrlval of Iho I'atlllc Mall liner
Mimgnllti fl'niu HongkpnV utnl Japan
perls Is experte.l on or nbotit I'rlday
liooii. Mills vesrot Is repotted us bring
Ing silicon bundled tons Of Oriental
cjigu. Tlio .Nloiigolb lias uceoiiimnda
Hon for ono hundred and (ncnt-fli
c.'iblii passpiigoln wllh n posslblo forty
prospcellvo tiiVefeiH blinked at the
li'cal otllco. H Is expMeil tint the
vesrel ran bo dlsinlcbod for San
Francisco on Satutday ni'iriilng,
Arlzonan Off for the Itthmut.
Taking on n iiugntlly of silg.tr nt
Honolulu Including a shipment of fifty
flvo littlidrcii (otiH, Imiugm (' the port
by Hie stonluor W rt Hall, thn Amo
I leai Hawaiian freighter , Arlzonan
sailed ftir Knhiilul uhl other' Island
perls lart evening. ThM veaiel will
cany n largo cargi (if1 augnr to S i
Htm Cruz for tVaViipo'llatluu to New
York. Falls of Clyde Departs for Coast,
i After having discharged n shipment
.of fuo) ollC()iisliicd to the Associated
I Oil Comiiniiy (lie 'AineW'cln Sltip Fulls
t f CI)do was tlNpalciiffd for (Invlotn
this morning. Tho vessel was toweii
to sen by tho Mnts-in Navigation lug
Intiepld leaving the harbor nt elghj
nflccn this morning.
I "-
Auttrallan Liner Enroute.
j A table has been received heio to
tho effect Hint tho Cauidlin Anrlra
llnti lluor Mnktin Willi pinrongors
and general eao from Austrnllaii
erts sailed fioin Sydney on last Mon
day Tho vessel Is exccleil to ntrlve
at Honolulu on or about Jnnuirv 3rd
! wi
Crought Cugar from Kukulhacle, '
llrliiglng flvo thousand two hundred
racks of Knhiilhao'e sugn , the Inter
lFlaml t learner I Ikellko Was nn arri
val nt the put this miirnlns. This
was Iho only arrival among Iho ej
cols of the Hoot.
Prcjpcr Off for Pugct Siund.
Having illschafg3d a shipment et
lumber biougbt down fioin tlio cnart
the American schooner I'rospir w:n
dlsp itched frrm Kahiilut jesterd'iy'.
Thn vesrel sailed for Pusot Sound lii
3In3t of our troublen urn silly
doubles that Is, tioubles that lire
Week I r It ii I lot In l mr vrnr,
LADIES' WHITE COAT SWEATERS Tcrfc.t fitting, well finished
nnd stylish; $3.60 each. This it ou itj-dlnr $5 quality. In nil ilzes.
WHITE WOOLEN "HUG-ME.T.OIUa" Suitable for Auto or Street
wear j $2 each.
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Our , whole stock of beautiful do Is ill Lc on t'nle from now until1
Buy now while the selection is
$ .75 Dolls
1.25 "
1,80 "
1.75 "
2 00 "
.$ .50
. .00
. 1.00
. 1.25
. 1.50'
. 1.75
UnhtcikablcDcHs $1.50 for $1.
prices, $1.50 nnd $2,25; Special prl'es, $1.15 and $1,00. Thcco nic two
tf our most nopular styles for the lit le folks,
Corner lrt nml Dfretanlii Streets
Thurid.-y, Cec. 22.
Hawaii (torto Llkctlke, stmr., S:IG,
. in. I
Wednesday, Cec, 21.
Kmnl ports Clnitdlne, stmr., 3 p.
Knhuliil, Kminnpnll an 1 Snllnn Crur
A.-H. 8. S., C p. m,
Thursday, Dec. 22.
nnvlotnFnlls of Clyde, Am. sp,
8:1C a. m.
Friday, Dec. 22.
Kmnl rWrttB-iClatidlno, tdmr.
Saturday, Dec. 24,'
Hongkong via Japan ports Mnngo
Mil, p. M. S. S
Hllo vl.i wny kii ts Mauna Kca,
Kaunl ports Klnaii. stmr.
Sunday, Dec. 23.'
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkahala, ntrtir-,
Monday, Cec. 20.
Kauai jsirts Noeau, stmr.
Tuetday, Dec, 27.
Si!n Fraiiclsco Cblyo Maru, Jap
Snn Francisco Wllliclmln.i, M. N
S. S.
, Wednesday, Dec. 28.
Kauai ports W. n. Hall. stmr.
Maul, Molokal nrtd I.aal liorts
Mlkahala, stnir.
Friday, Dee. 30.
Son rranclsco Sierra, 6 fl. S.
Central and South American ports
Klyo Morn, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, Dec. 31,
Hllo and way ports Mauna Ken
Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo
Maru, Jap. stmr,
i. . . , ., i
Thursday, Dec, 22,
Kauai ports W, 0. Hall, stmr., fi
p. m.
Friday. Dec. 23.
Hawaii via Maul jicrts Chudlno.
slmr, S p, m.
Saturday, Dec. 24,
Snn Francisco Mongolia, P. M.- 8
Ocean island Wnddon, Hr. stmr.
Monday, Dee, 28.
Knual ports Noeau, stnir., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Dee. 27.
Hllo via way poits Moitnn Kca,
stmr., 10 n. m.
Kauai ports Klnan. stmr., G p. m.
Maul, Molokal and Lanql ports
Mlkahala. stmr., G p. m,
Hongkong v. la Japan ports Chlyo
Maru. Jap. stmr.
Thursday, Dec. 29.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., G
p. nt.
Trlday, Dec. 30.
Hawaii via Muni ports Clnudlnp,
Saturday, Dec, 31.
Hongkong via Japan ports Klyo
Mafil, Jap, Btmr.
Snn Francisco Tenyo Mnru, Jop
.. . 4
Per rtmr, Mlkahala. for Maul. Mo
lokal ports, Dec, 20. 12. Mejcr, Mrs
Meyer, Mlfs-nrlfflth. M. Orimih.
Per stmr. Klnnii. for Kauat, ports,
flee 20 It. i:. Ilond, Mrs. IKmll. Mrs
W. Decker, U Dnuso, J Doitso, II.
Ilrnmlt, J. II. Fernandez. M II. Fer
nandez, A. Itnblnsoii, .Mrs, Seghorn,
F. J. Herrler.
Per stmr. W .0. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Dec. 22. Geo. IrenbcrB, Miss
M. I). Jones.
Per stmr. Claudliic, for Hawaii vlo
Maul ports, Deo. 23. A. M. Nowell,
Mrs.- Nowell, A. A. Deas, Mrs. Ooas,
Miss S. Kaluna, Wi Hala, Th'os. Coe
kfrlt, , '
.Per stmr. Mauna Koa, or Il(hi via
ports. Dec. 27. 11. Manning. F. I!
Henuett, Mrs. C. II, Slebcrt, J, O.
Young, It. I. Lllllo, Mrs. Uivv, Henry
. Frlntas.
I Per stmr. Mauna I.na. for konu nnd
Kuit ports, Deo. 30. Miss Illlbus. Mrs
Christmas Sale at
. pltte.
SJ.00 Dolls for .,$2.25
4,25 " " "3,00
fi.00 " " Vn.7i
" '4.00
" 4.50
" 4,75
0i)0ite I'lie Station
WASIIINaTON." Dec. 8. Lould D
llrnmlels, eoliimel for tho shinning In
terest In the Important series of
bearitiKS before thu Intcrstnto com
mrrco rolumlsslon, accepted the dial
IctiBO of the western railroad nresl
dentH to demonstrate bin proiuiaal to
mive tlio rallwaya of tbo United States
SI, (100,000 a day by increasing tlio ef
ficiency of tbo working untta of tho
various ByHteniR. It has been Mr.
Ilrandels' contention that waste anil
Inefficiency bnvo been the primary
causes for tbo loss o vast sums of
money to tho railway companies. He
told thu Intcrstuto commerco commit
tee tb.it tho currlciH of tbo United
Status wcro spcndlrii; annually S3CS,
000,000 wblcb could bo saved to tb6m
nieiit. Tbo westeni railway prcililenta
men. Tho western railway iircsldoin,s
told Mr Ilrandels that If what be said
Dlx nrrltal nt Seattle, fiom Honolulu,
Dec. 10.
I.ogant Railed fiom Honolulu, fpr Ma
nila. Dec. 13.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila far Ho
nolulu, Hee. H.
Sherman, sailed fioin Honolulu for
Snn I'mnrlnco. Dec. fi.
Mnlls nro duo from tbo following
points ns follows:
Seattle Per Virginian Dec. 21.
Yokohama Per Mmlt;oll.i, Dec. 21.
Auslinlla Per Mtmurn. Jan, 3.
Victoria Per Moana, Jan. 7.
Malls will depart for thu following
points ns folluWR:
Ban rrnnclBCo Per Mongolia, Dec,. 21
Yokuhama-r-Pcr Cblyo Mnru, Dee. 2T.
Vuncouvcr Per Makura, Jan. 3.
Auitialla Per Moana, Jan, 7.
Thursday, Dec. 22.
YOKOHAMA Ariltcil Dec. 22: S. fl.
Siberia, hence.
SAN I- ItANCISCO Arrived Dee. 2i:
S. S. Kuterprlso, from Hllo Dec, II,
This intirnlr.3 at l'ort flhaftor tho
rl flu team of II Company of thu 201b
won tin; shoot on 200 nml RflO anl
raiiKoiv (ho total nf IIiIh team bnliv;
280 points, f! cpinpitn,v miming a eloio
seuind buliu; but ono paint Ion or In
tbo total,
P company stood third wllh 271
points ami H company fourth with
Iho men composing tho leama In
today's shoot v.im-6:
II company First Soigeant Hutch
inson, Corporal MnrkH and Prlvnten
lllVffy nml I.ognn.
P comi.in-Heigoant Blmons, Cor
txiral Hplcer, Musician Drown and
I'lUnlo nldsliidl.
fl ciiitiptxiiy Soi Koiintn Miles ami
Coney Garage
'Meet All
LUlflriiHi n nlliu
r r f it
i i.
Touching KAUAI
WiH true they would bo willing to leU-s
him lake the Job of reorganizing tbo
business system of tbo lines nnd ho
could mimo bis own salary up to
$1,000,000 per year. Mr. Ilrandola
said! "The modern system of man
agement Starts ut tho bottom or
things. It concerns Itself with every
Item of the coRt of production from
the bottom to tbo top; again, Inter
ests Itself In righting tlio mistakes
not of tho present generation, but of
all time. It strives to find out not
what is the best, tbo quickest mid tbo
most economical way to build a loco
moth e or a bridge, n Pullman palaco
car or a new station, but with bow
tho man with the pick, tho shovel, thu
chisel and (bo trowel nnd tho plane
can bent economize ttmo and strength
and am do the best work ,n tbo
quickest ay." . j
I Nichols and Cori orals llootli ami
j Thomas. "
I 1 1 company Klrst Sergeant Clay,
Seigcunts McCull and Dcmaro and
Private Cordon.
Dating the afternoon tho two con
cluding ovents of tho meet are beliiK
bel.l, u soccer g'amo and bonllug tour
nament. In tho preliminary bowling nt Fort
Sbnfter this afternoon, ( Co, made
70.1 ngulnrt V Co.'s G4Z. II Co.
in ailo 7 fifi against H Co.'s G91.
In tbo finals, between tho winner
(1 and II companies, Q won with 764
to C20 for 11.
The high scoro was 170, rolled by
Corporal Howo.
' K.irly In tbo day It was thought
iidvlMhle to postpone tbo soccer
g.-imo on account of tlio damp unit
1 unsettled stuto of tbo weather.
Tbo bowling teams aro:
Company I; Sergeant CbMiioy,
Corporal Marks nnd Privates Nich
ols', Rowland and McCarthy.
Company F . Sorguant Simons.
Corporals Pntlun and r.ilkenstotn,
Privates Vnltoii ntul Okrey.
Company O Corporals Howe nnd
Nlillwm, PitvatcB Henry, llergcr nnd
Company H Privates Illang, Du
rant, Stone, Hill and Ycbger,
i:. IC. Logan, a .Hawaiian, ami ono
nf tlin actlvo workers of tho Itcpiih
llcau party during tho last campaign,
will toon depart to Japan, uheio ha
Intends to study tbo hmgiiago for
tin cO )cars,
Logan Ir n graduate of Kamcliumolia
School, and ovoi" since bo (eft tlio
n-hool, ho ban been stiulylng the Ian
giiago iiiider tho tutorship u u Jai
anoHO bore In Honolulu, Ho wltl lenVu
on tbo Tenjn Maru, which halls tit
tho Orient next mnnlli. According
to certain report, V. Adnnn, m ningi'r
ot KMiuldl Plnntatlim will help pay
tbo education or Mr Iigail.
mt i
Heallh Inspcclor Tiovonen Inn li.ti'i
sent lo Muni to nRslut tho aulloiIti'n
In bo moiIi agalnit tho dlpbtburla
Spocl.il oxnreliini will bo bold irt
K'nualaliao eliurcli next Hunday,
Cbilsluiiii day,
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