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' HAWAIIAN "GAZK fTE, . FRIDAY, JANUARY . 9. 1014. EMJ-VEEKLY,' ; : . 1 ' ; ; ; V - PLACE BlfiE FOR HB JatoeJ J. Lyons, Accused of Slay J ing Japanese THack driver, Found Guilty of Manslaughter, While His Companion, Ray 0. Smith, Is Discharged Aftr Jury Deliberates Nearly Ten Hours.'' n . t. Tmih t.vnna. milltv of manslaughter la the Ural degree; Bar V. -Hmith, not gouty.. f . This m the ton " Yr,lul ' turned by the jury in Judge Robinson ' criminal t ruuh of the firet eirenit eourt 1 ' last night at ten minutes past nine , o'clock, in the case of the Territory against the two men named abee, who -were charged with murder la the irst h man tbev were accused of murToring feeing the Japanese hack , man, Krkuro llirnl, who w found dead , Ansust 11 lost. The jury retired at twenty-nve saln- ute niter eleven o cieca yrsiemsj -.' morning to consider ite verdict. : At '. niiu(n. fn fiM In . thA f t M F MOOf! ' Hfii . hating amvet at a verdie, tne juror M. Harrison, aetjng aa bailiff. It re ' turned " at three minute past two 'clock ' and resumed consideration en the verdict At half past four 'clock ' ' the iury filed into eourt and announced to judge Robinson that it had failed to agree, whereupon the judge asked , if the jnror thought that, having con sumed four days in trying the cae, . tlioy had given consideration of the .'-' ''vertiet' aiiffieicnt time, Thi was an . intimation that the jury should retire '.and go to .work again. . ., . .Before leaving Juror William B. War .'. bam asked Judge Kobinson if be kaew . v ' which of the defendants was left-hand-. ' cd. This Judge ttobinson could not en- orv mm tha t t wu tint HrAMtrtlfe nut during the trTal of the case. .Just why ' thm iifnrtnntJnii li want! iia inklina . was given. After being furnished with the voluminous instructions given them on bohnlf of the prosecution, the de ' irnso and on behalf of the eourt Itself, the juror hied Dae-, into tetr sweat . chamber and got to work one mora, m At six o'clock4, Judge Botlneon op dered the jury to dinner, but the an swer came bark that it Expected o arrive at a verdict. in a quarter of an ... - hour1 time,, At tbe expiration of that , uisagieeuirnt una . ensuod, Te jury ' then went to dinner, aud ator return ing went rignin to work, until it flnally . Bgrot'U op the verdict gjvea ppov. ; - ' Stood Tan to Tw.., ; . v .It ) undorstood that the jurors stood ten to two aa-ainst Lvons frost, the start and was uuauimoua ia favor ef I ' Umitb, but that the two for Lyona held -AiiaV jk Via I u af aitit.I rha matnvii crTmAA . to verdict less than 110 impriMnmeat . , 'lor hyona. . , . . hyorm turned extremely , pale when ' tho vi-rdict agaiuat bitn was read by Clerk M. T. Hiinonton, for ihe verdiet , means iniprionmcot at bard labor fyr '"' Lyon for not less than Ui nor soore than twenty year under the Jndetertni' . .i : ' nato sotileiire of th Territory. Judge Kobiosoa will pas senteac en Lyon at nine o'clock tomorrow mora ing. Attorney 8. F. Cblllingwortb, who ably defended Lyons and saved ' him probably .from, the gnllow, tsk t4 usual excrpon te the verdret.. and v made a motion for a new trial be half vf bis client. ' Bay 0. Bmltb was tlischargcxl from sustody last night by Judge Uobinsog, after having been hejd for trial since last August., lie was . ' also ubly. defended by Attorney Leon '. M. IStrauns. From too tint the jury waa Anally .worn to try the caae it waa felt that '. It. woBlJ be next to impoeHible to ae cure, a verdict of murder in the first . dogree against both or either defend ants, aa Juror John William Buutfue anuouujeed to the court that ka waa on imtwd to cauital uuDishiMnt and he ftdt tbtit his tynsrientieus acnipla -would . . stand against such a . verdict. , It waa - . iup;u mua upai ope was aitiipea ovtr V ou t'ty Attorney Tatheart .for )1qw- i. ing bmithm jn. the first place jta re j..v main on too uuti : panai. "i-; , Defense CIobm Ear)y. , ; : V'orniug at half -last eight p tliX, put .,. Mithor .dofeiulaat was called . to-' tbe . stand. Amoug th wituesnea vtha testi lied for the defense were , ugene ' II ayes, a soldier who atated thai Lyo , '. i bad htyu in his company tho evening .ol' K-kuro llirai'a fiiurdsr; -IX L Mac Kaye, who. rciorted' he.stw of tbe murder for The Advertiser ,,' Lieut. ' . liobert a.' ltoaablsou, ('apt. L. B, Hol- . brpvk, .Corpora) Joseph Moret and I'tl , vuia Miruuit waysoug, , oi,. orponeit) : 'arraxks, all oi wbtiin gave tho aeftot boV excellent tharavtai. Military Upfu ' uiciita were introduced in . evidence whih gave, the history pf the. eervic pf. tho defendapt. This was, al) to the good, as far as the accused men were ( onccrnea. .. . . ..i . . .. , ,!. , The defense rested at tbirty-flv mra wtes after nino o'clock,, Attorney 8. V, ' t:nniingworin, .pr.. for . , iyoiiB. eon . miiicil 'about ten minuses in ad droning ... .. . tho jury i Prosecutor, ('athvart, spent twenty minutes '.time nulling tne, jury f t tt verdict, as cbargQd. Attorney , Iou M. atrausa retrained frpm d iircssijig tne jury. , . . , ' . T thm nlfll lllf nf hn H TV P1M , . r;tto and . wv, n. rastm,. , trustee. .' agailiHt A. Hancbnrg. administrator of '. ' II... ....... ... ..9 1. 11,1,. ,t,uuJ It ; a - lliifltiTHld doinpnny uud tbe Kapeolfe Hire Mill 'oiiinny, an amendinept was , fllol yesterday iu the olhee of the rler-k , of t!i first circuit court ' striking -oat iriMh (lie: titln" of the ease the name i'i ii , n. itvu?j'iruiTw. ''i' i-B" sniuu .1... . ..i. : ... : .v ii..j .A..it....i . . . niir nit iiaiiiiui iiini f 7iii-iiiiuu u .. . the answer of tuo dcfuudmits, I EXTENDS WELCOME TO . . , HAWAII , TOURISTS 0- One, of Jnitan's mont foremost, citizen ' who will futcttaia fiitor to apd pt MlVado. -. . !' i, .. i ,ii. i' i) ,.f,,-i n . ,: ?ccial .'; Prosecutor of Hawaii . Ortit Cbnunission Will Eeturn to BiT Island to Resume Haad r iinj: of Charge! Against AUeged Pubhd Malefactors of That Sep- won. " ' j-v. ' Bpeclal Proaecutof Itebrrt W, BreeV n, p le. HswaiL. Cpuoty graft eom- mission .will leave tomorrow afternoon by th (teamer Matioa Ja for JHU to take up the continuation of the prose cution of th (riminal charge against Bujiervlsor. . Kaloba ; other graft eases, bota erimtnai and civil, jo a eoa elusion. ';-. . " ; ' This was decided on by Attorney 0enerJ ; Tbtyer yesterday-. atoraipg wbea ha received word , that the 11 wait, board of supervisors had , finally paiwed tne .ioun approprratiea v per mit tk grafr-wmmiaitiBa te conf lud iU work. . Mr B reckon sUteil 'y ester. day. ip answer t, qiv-ry by Tbe A4- veriser, nt ae woniu nonsuit wi .At torney Osnral Tbayer today en tbe . , . . , . .i i . i . qstjpn of hia reaumlntf the roaecu tion. in, the iiuo and Hawaii rases,. . rartlcaily "resenting the ' critwisms mad by. Hilo citiseoa ia relation to th conduct of the attorney, general' d- paxtment ia.tb' graft jnew, , Vterpy General 7hyer..iB( -wpek wrgt itjo County . Attorney. W ' H, lieera pf Ha waii askiag tba lattac to take over n tlry tb proaeauUoa of the raws, both criminal and civil, if hi office waa able to, otherwise to state that be I am of the ouinion that K would W ap injuatlf.' towy,' topartmcpt- to take cbarge of the case at,tb.i time,-" wroU t'euaty . Attorney, Dear in reply this Fe"H, "and mpreover, sine all pf the eouty5flicIaI pf this quqty. hAv peep under . suispjcioa and insinuation have ()Ma snade that all have been ia volyed in the matter of grafting, there fore it i necessary that ut")d dl- intorested attorney should handle these ;'A far a this fBa i conoaxasu wi. jhaU do all at can .to : ume .: tb boar of aiier.visQr io approprrfcto svf ficlent funds to CQinplete tbe 'work,' conclude, .Boer. .. . ;, V i.'-''. '.j 'v''; Beerf also tte4 tkafc.iUswa very aecessarr that Bnrikons '-hwuld .return to.i.iloo complete tho work, as he S tioea, handling it" from the atari, an was antireiy laminar witn tne wnoi asty mosj..''..-' ,',:, . k i ..: . . The appropriation waa nasaoA ycat!. day by tbe Hawair board pt aupervisor without a dianeatiait vot. according to wirlej inossagvs. raoeiyed sber tty af- Mr tnjonoiuia,. wuk ta paipg at ma apprppnatioa , a respiutiop pr cea r. was passed, four-to thee,- Vatee, Prrtebard ad- Lywan votiug,. against h "teaatira '.vkjck'- i , jfivpn fk H' wail probe commission and which criti cixea its work,'.; ' ".!.: 4 v.. - 4 ' i ' ' In . aderal eonrt yestwday 'Bob, ert A: kiortottt'xeharged with '.bigamy, wUkdrew,' hi fclea of ; ppt 'guilty fas pUaded tiljt:-tka." abjlf e. Ita.WM sentenced by Judge Charles F. Ciemons to four montbi' jmprisonntent fine of tea doners and tbe costs of eourt. This wa the flrst Vrimlnal ease handled" lu th federal court by United Btatea Dls- triut Attorny Jet McCarn. V i J , ' Morten 1 'said to hav a wife aad three children living in' Washingtea Wtaie, Thn wife wxot bra asking that Morton' bo pardeued for tb offensebp eemiiiitUd against' her. . Mqrton, . is quotod as having adinittea that h njar ried..,tbfl Hawaiian, ..Vepian.-tbropiiti whorti.hia tronbla wis brought about, whllo under the Influences of liquor,' alorton it 4 exprUlied mecbaple and waa employed on the Pearl Harbor drydock when .the .bottom broke up. Ho waa tb last niaa 'out of the plsee be for the costly ratastrojik- eoprrei and 'barely wtpon; wtyi his Mt.; i y X Bpgaf, qttptatipaf r4iv4 yasttrila-f by tbe Hawaiiaa Sugar riantera' Aaso elutioh from the California and Hawai ian. Sugar Refining Company are: HO degree test .centrifugals 3.26, ad.l.iJO; fiL TO IIILO 6l FllSt Til'llll DE GUESTS One of the Foremost Statesmen of Jijpin Has Expressed Desire to Entertain flawalian Visitors at lcccpUoh puflng EKcursion to Xand of tfikado Learing Hono iulq Warph 27 Next. Odnnt Okuma, one of tho foremost statesmen of Jaian, once the Premier tn its govarnmeiit, hsf oxprrsaed a de al re to entertain the momber of the proposed excursion from Hawaii to Ja- fan and a reception at which he will be tbe host has been arranged aa part f the program of tbe excursion party, which is now practically assured. Count Okuma la well known t y reputation to a majority of th pcopl pf Hawaii and to Amarican gaaeraily, having come nto tho news pn frequent occasions in ib rourso of bis work a minister of foreign affairs,, ; r- .. Ooaata Of Muitl4o4U4uiiaira. Tb exenrsionista are to be entr- taiaed, . also, by .. Kihaehiro Okura, knowa a the Morgan of Japan, a mul timillionaire merchant and collector of curios, .whose art galleries and cabinets are famous. . . .. The president of the Toyo Kisen KkiBhs, upon whom liner. Shinyo Mam, tbe excursionists will travel' to aid from Janaa. will also entertain the party at his residence at Sbinagawa, pear i oaonama, ine nay alter tneir ar rival oa Japanese soil. , The tentative itinerary of tbe excur sionieta, aa drawn up by Editor Bheba pi the Hawaii Hblnpo. ,is: Itinerary Aa Planned. , Lface tionolulu Marsb 27. 1914. by tk T. K. &- rihiayo Mam and return by same steamer on May 20, giviag tbirty-threo ly la Japan. March it Lear Honolulu for Yoko hama. .-v , , .; , ' April 7--Arrryo Yokohama, register at aithsr Grand Ilotol or Oriental Pal ace Hotel. April 8 S, Asano's invitation, 8bi- aagawa.- . .. , April v Excursion to Kamakura (Daibutsu, etc., Luoebeop . at Kaibin fn hoUl).' .. , ., April 10 to 16 ta Tokio, sightseeing, Uyeao, febiba and Asakuaa parks, etc. Kcptipns by Tokio Chamber of Com pierm, Count Okuma , and Mr. Okura. Hotels, either Imperial or Beiyoken. . April JTLeave Tokio for Nlkko, Kanaya and Jv'jtkko Hotel. ' V ..ApriJ 18 txcursioa to Lake' C'bu enjV ', . - ' ,' ;4 .. V,.i'. ' April 19 Leave Nlkko for Tokio for Imperial i'herry-Hloseoms 1'arty. , Aprd'U In Tokio, Imperial garden psrty,. . v , - , m . v, 4. April -2 1-r-Leave Tokio for Miyano hita (Kujlya Hotel). April 22 and 83 la Miyanoshxta, ex cursion to Lake Uakone. - April Jii Ive Miyanoshita for Kyoto (Miyako and Kyoto Hotels). , : April 25. to SJ9 In Kyoto, , various sight seeing , trips and excursion . to Lake Biwa,-rapid-shooting 0 lloriju JOvsr an4 Mara. Walcora by Hong wanji Miaaion and Chamber ofv Com merce. V . AjiriJ 8(-Lc.ave Kyqtg. for Kobe va msokb. uriemai, Tor ana Mtkado Ho tel.,. : : , ; , ... May WlaKobe. . v Way. J to. H Pxeu-tsion to Miyajima ann iniaiui sea ty rail or steamer. Wei Bom Dy tb chamber . of commerce, i , iay, ov-Laav nob for Yokohama y n. .,bJBy Maru. , May A-frlv "Yokohama for Toki ladivtrial Exhibition. Mar la Yokohama. ' Way-ir-lj:njbark on Shinyo Maru for, pome, 9 p.m., . .. , May 20 Arrrva William AUea EnUrt Plea of v Not Guilty to two Charges of Forgery. ; ..VjUiani ; Allep, lndic-ted "by the' tor ritorial grand jury ,on Wednesday on JFO Count for passing forged cheeks, waj .'eatorday arraigned in 4 Judge William J. Robinson's court and plead od 'not guilty tp both charges. ; A. L. V. Atkinson repreint4 tha , defendant. j understood that , by special ar raugnaent the rase" will -go to trial early. next 4 week. ; . ' ;. "' . . The. arraignment of Hookaaku plea kala Nahulu, charged with assault with intent to commit murder,' was yester day. rMrvd until tomorrow morniag at nine o'clock, Nahulu, who la out on bond, wa not in, court yesterday, but was represented ny Attorney A. U v Atkinson. - :.Ckint Sua Jim, charged with bur glary Jin the. frst degree, was arraign ed yesterday morning before Judge Jtobiaaon and pleaded not guilty. At torney Claw K, Ouinn waa appointed py vne cpurt to, defend Jim. . Vee Don You yeterday withdrew hi appeal Jn th criminal branch of tbe clfuuit eourt presided over, by Judg Kobinson. . Th appoal in this case had been" taken' from the conviction pf You in f the district court of Ewn, Mrs' be waa given aix month for larceny, .f You -rounded out. a fair day yesterday in the district court of Ho nolulu also, . where be waa given three additional aentence which . aggregated sixteen month' imprisonment, tbe Mrut for tb.0 larceny of an nutomobUo tire worth , forty, dollar, the property pf Manager' v. W. uoodale of Wialu; tha aocoad of six month for th lar ceny of a bicyeje and tk third, for a like offense and for which be .received four months additional detention In the calaboose. ; 4 -Altogether Yee Don You I drew twenty-two months -iu' durance LJ 0 1 I I uu OFGO tlTO I AT LAST Final Eecruit Is Transferred from Company D to Fll Captain Su per's Company" ftegtmental Orders Will Bo Issued Today, According to Lru Report. ' Two men war secured for the Third Recruit Comany yesterday, which com plctm this Company, and Capt. Paul ttuper expects that today thi company will be formally mustered into the Na tional Guard of Hawaii and the regi mental statu of the guard completed. Only two recruits wer necessary yes terday morniag for perfecting. th or ganization of Captain Super's co.npiny, and at noon Charles L. if all, a clerk ia lb Jioyal Hawaiiaa Hotel, '. joined the company ami was sworn ia by .Cap tain Buper, as recruiting ollle.er, thus mnking sixty men. ' ; Thon tho ecout commenced forth last .man to fill the company, and this was accomplished late in the afternoon, il. B, Kvans of the Honolulu fSchopI for Hoy having the honor of being the man to restore the' National Uuard of Ha waii to its' fegimental status, and or ders to "this affect will be issued today, it was stated last night.' ' But to Get thin man Col.' John W. Jones, adjutant general of the gunrd, bad to transfer oue man from Company B, Captain Kplb's company,', and the man waa Kvans. Hut CompAny 11 is going ahead ao rapidly that it can wall spare a recruit, avea tbouarh a good on. , The other men who havo joined the company recently include Oeorgo tial tiraith, W. N. Fatten, U H, IUohnlen, Mas Holte, Paul Kalabin, W. MeKiwee, B. rutnam, V. U Cartes, Frank J. Conicy.anrf Charles Ii. HalL . Captain Kiipcr declares that the last- tnnn will bo aeeurod aod sworn in before tonight. - ; Equipment I Bhy. ' . . At present the Third4 Reeruit Oom paoy ha no equipment, and this will have to be .secured throuirk a requisi tion by the adjutant general upon the war acpartment, nna tbe uniforms aud rifles scot from- 8sn Francisco.'. Thar was a report yesterday that this equip- mont might bo turnlshaj by .the regular Army authorities of tho Hawaiian De partment, but thhrWas denied at head- quarters yesterday. Jiven if , it was pnrMitmiiipie to "supply such equipment the Army here bus not cat it ia stock Mo sin-nlv. But liiBt as soon as the com pany is officially1 mustered into the giintxl a a part of tho First Bgiincnt Iho order for the full' equipment will go forward' ' . ; . Hhrr. comiianiea of the truant are also phort f equipment, uml mmhs mendmrs Uf Company J), (.Uiu, Kolbare feel ring, sud beenuse they undurstAnd that with giving tbein the letter I, .which was formerly tlio Jl Ho company, they Will also bo required to two a oonsid trld amount of , tweond hHiid oduru- liient wlb t.e. letter D inscribed on it. v . company B Like It. . ' Ocmpany B. Capt. J. M. Cooke, bald a drill and s)ecial mocting in the ubw Armory, last night, at whicii First Lien- tenant Ahia aiid Bocand Lieut. I. II. Kjiglcnian, the latter takins his place a, an ellicer in this .company, for the lirnt time, took an active part. It was docidcd ' by .the eomuanv to hold a Bpoeia) drill and meeting next ruesday .evening, at wbidh time the menders will pirk the squads and team 10 tato part in the big mtlitury tourna went. i . .'': It wag. also dcidd.to trv and not tho 1( tter. of tftvlir comiwiiv 4-hanuml to K, instead of B, a.i at preseqt, and to make a lively campaign to have all ua-Kumehamelia cadets join.. As these bavc aJJ ffecfived military training, it is expeeioo. mat ."Company a" will oe one or me crack companies of tbe guard. ! 1 i ' I 1 1 1 ,,. . Schooner formerly in, Honolulu Trade Goes 6n Bocks Off Destruction Point. That the i our-ma'ted schooner AToha, Which arrived at Gray' Harbor from tiuva, 'iji, December 6, and departed tne next uay. ior neatti. na'fp'ci last renting place off Destruction Island, is'iudicated by wireless iorr.s sent to Seattle by tho lookout at Tatoosh, be tween Cnrlstmas and tho New Year. Thut ' another .- marine disaster has occurred,, is emphasized by the report pr tne lookout wbicb say that a four masted schooner bad been ashore near (J-wtte for nearly ten day and that it i believed to be the Aloha, na other four-master being due off the cane at the time tha wire leu description of the disuster was sent to Heattle. It la the opinion of tbe Tptoosh lookout, that tho Aloha was caught by a sudden and very strong wind and carried in from tbe ae fb th rocks uob which the waves pounded the ill fated vessel ufttil it w ent to pieces, s. " .. . . 1 . : The schooner Aloha was in the trade between Honolulu and 8an Francisc for many years. ':"' . An Old and Nell Tried Remedy OMRS, tt INFLOW'S SOOTHING SVgllP Ww lw luxj by aalliou ml rncnW (or Uwa- ckiUrsa wKJa intLiof. wak pnlx4 B Aai iIm im, allay past, cure wind cake, and ia lha Lml rrmrO, uf a- ,t r"""."? VHi a? "" WIS. llliiaiUW 9 awiuiuy Ul U r asere than tbrw faaerallona. 1AEINE Tiomaa. ; By Merchants' Exchaaaw Tuesday, January (I, Sydney Arrived. Jan. A. H. 8. Ven tura, hence Doc. 22. ran :' Franclsco Arrived.' Jan.' 6. 8:30 a. m H. 8. 4 W'llhelmina. hence Dec. ai: I'ort Baa Lnis Sailed. Jan. Cabin 3. M. Pbelpa. for Honolulu. , ' Willapa . HarHhr Arrived. Jan. 6. sehr. Kcpeat, henoo JIov. 28. .'',, ' Wednesday, January 7. Ban Francisco Sailed, Jan. 0, 9:30 p. ra., S. 8.' Ltirline. for Honolulu. Halina t'rua Arrived. Jan. , B. 8. Arixonan from Hilo, Dec. SI. , 8-. Tharsday,sJanury 8. San Francisco Sailed, Ja- ajy 8, 3:IM) p. m., S. g. Bhinyo Man, (or Ho nolulu. ' Yokohama Arrived. January 6. S. 8. Mongolia, hen December 23. . . .. , PORT OF . HONOLULU. A REIVED. Tuesday, January fi. btr. 8irra, , from 8an Fraaeiaco, 9 m. Btr. Mauna Kea, from'nilo, 7 . in. , . . Wednesday, January 7. ', 8tr. Persia from Kan Francisco, 8 m. . ', , 8tr, Likelike from Kauai, 8:30 a. m. Thursday, January Sir, Clondiqe, from Maui ports, 8:00 a. m. T. K. 8. 8. Any Maru, from Yoko hama, 9:00 a-m. . . . ,. 4; . ; ' ; PEPaSTSSi. cUr. Bibsria, for Ban Francisco, lo mv. - ''' - 4 8tr. Vlonolulan, for' 8a n Francisco,' 6 '. m. ; i . . 8tr. Virginian, for1 Kahulul, p. m. Htr. Kinan, for Kauai, S p. m. v fetr. Maui, for Mahukoaa, 10 a. m. 8tr.4 Mikabala, for, Maui, 5 p. m. Btr,' Maun Loa, for Hawaii, IS m. 8tr. 4 Persia, for Yokohama, 8 p. m. ' tttr.' Mauna Kea for4 Hilo, 10- a. at. 8tr, Wailcle for Honokaa, 10 a, m. ; T. K. 8. 8. Anyo Maru. from Hilo. 1:30 p. m, . fler. 8. 8, Karnak. for Vancouver, B. ;.", 4:30 p. m. Btr. W. O. Hal), for Kauai port, S m. . ' PABSEKQEas. ArtlTed. ' Per H, 8. felerra. January .6 E. Ar- mon, W. Armon, W. A. Bailey. F. B. Bakor, isaiab Baker, Jr.. Mr. Baker. u. r . iwacb, 11, V, Uoakoven, Mia Vlo let mown, u. B, Carter, C, H. Cooke, Mrs. Cooko. 'Mis D. Cooke. Miss M. Cooke, Miss 0. de Fondenay, Mrs. J. de fonilenay, u. Fodao, Mrs. Fodan. Mra. O. L. Fraaor aod . child. Franeia Hav. Moruan A. Cunst. M. 11. Hawkins, k W. liulse. Mr. Hulse. P. K. Iseiibers. II. Jansen, Mr. Johnson, M. C. John son, A. Jungnltkel, a. Kabele, F. W. Keen, Mra. Keen. Mis Gertrude Keen. J. J. Kirwan, Mra. . II. Kohlhase, Mrs. M. McCarthy, )J. K. McUurn, Miss T. mcrienna, Mia l MeTigbe, Mrs. F. Msfiur, Mia M, p. Marsdes, J, D. Meprten, yv. k. MUlcr. Mr. Miller. C, F, Mitcbell, Miaa E, C. Neumiller, 8. leiser, Mrs. 8. U. Pearson. Mrs. M. Pbyphers aad 'child, Miss Anna Rhys, l M. Kodirors. Miaa Blanche Uinlev. C. U. itose, u. it. tfoae, Jr., Mrs. M Boaen thai, 11. 8axe, C, A. Stewart. Miss A M. (Sullivan, Lieut. B. T. Tremavne. K. ThomMion, Mra. Thompson, 8. Weyser, Miss.E. M. Wbit and W. P. Johnson. l'$T 8tr. Mauna Kea, January 6, from ttlin I A- Allan W V Im,,I,..Iv m C. Baker, John T. Batten, 11, Louissoo, ... . . . u . . , ... .'u m h ur 1 I , , K. H. Wagner, Mr. Beeve and wife. U. F. Wauerhmann, Mrs. Hm Jobason and pop, Master t. Abien, Master c. t'ana no, ll. Moir, u. Moir. a. W.: Fille Missea.Oibb (2), L. Schmidt, George tl. Kopertson, Miss U. idgate,-Mis M MctUenan, H. H. Kickard, Miss L. Ka m'akawiwioje, Mrs.. L. .tullock,.. Miss Htubblebeeu, Mrs. 8. Yowell, son and servant, fcnsign C, D. 8tiles, L. R. Dwy er. Master T. Perry, M. Au'drade, Mra, W. H.:Crezier and son, E. .1. Ixird, F. Mahoue, II. Holmes, Misses Pritchard (S), Miss H. B. Oliver, J. H. Bate and wile. Master Bates, Miss M. Forrest, Mies C. Kid, Mix M. (Iilmap, Mis L Atherton, Mis logalls. H. Culleu. J, M. Pereiia nod wife, I). Borden, O. Ah t,e, ll. Diss, Master J. Berrao, M. Bap tiste. Miss H. Lockinuton. . . From Labaina Mi Ti Bnto, Miss t. Okamura, Miss H. Teraokn, Mis L, Pali, Miss F. Davidson, Miss M. Barkef, Mia M. MoCubbin, Mrs, U. H. Dunn Miss C. Case. Mis L B. Aiken. Mis M I'arden, Misses 8ong (2), ll. A. Hanly 8. R. Dowdle, D, L. Meyer, T. Schmidt K. DevBuchello, D. Paoo', T. Aki, Kev, M. Tasaki, Mim M. lnouye, Miss It Mltljlhot ; Per H, 8. Peraia from Una Francisco Wednesday,, January 7. Mr, and Mra, W. K. Fellows, Mrs. G. C. Fennegan and infant, and K. 8. Lee. - Per str.. Liludike from Kai, Janu arV T. C. W. Stilts. Mra Hans Isea berg, C. II. Wi b ox, Mis, Koi.ke, M, ii Fernntider., ,T. 11,'Cpnev, H. Yamamoto F. 11. Keroandox, Mr. aud Mra. W. Wer uer, J. I'oirco, s. Yosliino, A, E, Spen cer. . - ' . , ' Per str. Claudine, from Maul, 'port, January, 8 Henry , Cooper, J no. t'bal mprs,, Agnes Cbl;ners, Win. Boarle, 11. Pogue, .1. Corren, It. C. Walker, 11. W. l''". -AVB. Lau, Miss H. lTHtt, Win, Naukanij, Hiss Naukaim, 11, Paul, K. i Teixeira, i J;. M. :.Vpodworth, 8,, 'Takk- mnra, W. E. Paffery, Minn Baffery, U B. Oar, Mis E.-Gay, Miss M. Gay, Cha. Gay. M. Kane, O. '8, Almeida. " . 4 Papartaa. Per 8. 8. Honnlulan, Jannnry 0 Mrs. W. E. Foster and child, Dr. K. K Onnd hue, Miss D. Good hue, Mrs. Jennie M. Hayes, Captain Maync, Mrs. M. Msr ton, J. M. Montgomery, F. W. Nahnuso, Mrs. W. F. Nahonse, B. J. Newell, J. M. Pngsley, E. D. Tenney, F. C. Vooller, Mrs. V. C. Voeller and two ehildrnn, and H. F. Wnehrmann. Per str. Kinan for Kauai ports, Jan nary, il. M. A. Nicotl and friend, Miss R. Bishop, Mrs. K. Bishop, Mrs. Charlea Wal, Jame Harris, J; P. Far ley, Mr, and Mr. J. K. Matthias, Mr, s'ail Mrs. Jeo.' Buckholtx, Mr. and Mra. James H. Bole, Mis May Brown, Miss Y. Fokushima, C. O. Hoitel, J. 1. Far ley, Mrs. K..C. Kynng, Kim 8oo Sbh. Per str Mauna l,os for Maur port, January A. Mis C. Thompson, Mis F. A. Asm, Miss A. Hose, M. Asaki, Miss M. A. Barn, Mis H. Lnis, A. O. Berndt, Mr. and Ma. K A. McWayne, A. U Grncnwoll, Jamea Ako, , W. T. Frost, Mra. Rose Chang and 'infant, Jared G. 8mitb, E. Hnriuues. Per str. BiWria. for 8an Francisco. .Tannery 6. Dr. E. P. Wood, A. A. Young, W. N. Johnstode H. A. John atone, fi, 8 inwnsend, Mrs. Townaend, Mrs, Mildred Firth, C. H. O'Brien, Geo. W. Verity, Mr. Vorlty, , J. A. Allen, H. J. Qusvle, Dr. and Mr. Bewail, Miss Harriet Grant, Major 8. A.-Cheney, Mrs. F. 8. Knight, Mrs. M. Worthington, . Mis . Grace , Burbank, Misa Jane Burbank, Mis V..R. Ham-, tner,, J. II. P., Vorhiea, Mis Elia Eames, F. Klamp and family, Mr. and Mra. F. C. Banghart, Mra, Kate L. My rick, J, M. Whittenbergir, Mr.- J. M. WhittenUrger, O. P. Fitxpatrlek, W. fA. McDongall, Mrs.-W. A. McDougall, M, M. Mloon, Mr. E, F. Bauer, E1 win Bsgermau, Mrs. I. O. Cameron, Mr. May Hickoll, Dr. and Mra, Os borne, Mrs. 3, Fraximire, Mr. Elliott, K H. Mnllins, B. F. Decker, Mra. B. Dutfere, Misses G. E, Lewis, T, B. Lewis, M. O. Lewis, R, Bobeon. . Per str, Mauna Kea, for Hilo, Janu ary 7. Judge 8.. D. Kingbbnry , and wife, C. V. Drake, C. A. Butland, Mr. and Mra. Chillingworth, A. W. Kinga burry, Job a C. Curtis, Lieut. Bump, G. Marshall, F. J. Lindcraaa, Dr. Ray mond, Mra. K. C. Stackable and Infant, Mrs. H. IL Harper,, QN J. Whitehead, Mis Kawainui, It Keen, Ug Yuen, . U. Shanka, Mis Mariner, H. W. Way mept,B. 8. Hansen, Chn "Chang, Klicbi Hauasaki, Misa 8ara Clark, Mrs. A. Abreu am! infant, D. Leith, Mr. and Mra. B. Hutchina, Mr. and Mr.,W. H. Lorena. : -4. '; 4 ' . ,-r- -t- r ISLAND SCENES : IMCTIIIY Artist Hitchcock's Psintintrs of HawaU and Iu People Now on Exhibition; .' Artist D. Howard HUeheoek Versa tility wa never better , ahown than fry his exhibit at the Bteven tr,'y, ner if Fort and Queen streets. Here are pieturo eovering nearly all pf tha mints of tha artiat'a rompas land scape, and marine, aod combinations of both, with an ocHsaaionai canvaa iniro duciatr a fiffur by wav'of adding life to tb subject. In the aolliKtion is Shown -some of Mr. lliubeook's older work, everal of the mld itriod and a few of hi latest, which are a decided ehanjre from the earlier work, tne Qir ferenee being noticeaUlo in botn, nan dliair aad color... Hitcheoek serms to have droDTwd the more peaceful meth oja of laying on hi color and adopted aa aggressive atyla that la that of t,he leadinor artists throughout tbe world. In the ehanK no baa lost none or nil originality, and every atroko of. the brush bringa out something to no aa mired. . i MWaioti. Ilanaloi." number 11 in tha collection, seems to have been painted at a time when Hitchcock was ipdug off tbe old and adopting th new, neither style being- prominent. Hut them ia enough of bptb to make it one of the nerna of the collection. Tbe frfposite is tne case witn numuer i ''Loaaly Bach at Kanakule.'f which rontaina all of tho featuie .of , Mr, Hitcbcor.k' modern inetbods and style Thj pBintinuNbas received niucb favor able comment front the hundred who ha vp visiud the gullery. Two other eanvasea seem to huve attracted ruiicb utteution from local people. "'8-iinyet Over Waiarae. from Judd Street, "Kufly iHivs., and "fuuelilioMi, Jroin JuVd 8treot.', j.V . It is questionable if anything in the exhibitipn hows greater merit than these, The colors are Hawaiian; no where else ran suck (-fleets be seen; and tbe handling is sujieib in Loth pictures, Knuat seems to liave a special fasvl- tiatiou for this Hawaiian artist, and tbe canyon of the dnrdeh Ilsnd ave bad due atteutiou from him, Thoe in the .exhibit are quite up to anything the nisiHland bus to offer. They hav been handled fearlessly by Mr.. Hitch cock, and well. The subdueif lielit from the setting sun and the accompanying purpie snadows, the distant sea and tall ghost-like cliffs recall to mind the tl rum Cnnyon of the Colorado which Mcrau made famous and some of the earlier work vf Hierstadt, whose paiutiiigs of a generation ago still hold the atten tlon or tho public wherever shown. I every respect the pictures of the Kauai canyon by tlttcncoeJc show imnrovemen o,ver the studies of a eoupl of years ago. A number of canvases illustrate Hiti hi'oek'a facility. They . shew, in dfyidually and collectively that he' never allow a worth-while bit of na ture to get by. and his execution always excellent, his technically nearly (teripct and ni selection ot colors ex act. .; 8teveu has. been sidected bv ' M Hitclicm-k a hi representative in oll nig bis pointings. Tho fifty or more in the gallery are welL. arranged, th lagnt rairly good, and a yowug womu is there to explain to strangers the locality and sfci-ial points, of merit i eacn. , . - Honolulu Stock Ext!:: : Thursday, Jannnry ., CM. NAME OP STOCK CAetTAl rio ur ea vat ' Hscrcsnrll Alex. A Baldwin Ltd.. C ttfcwertt Co....... 5.00OJ)no$ BO 160 iOJU,wa IWUI.... aril 14 , nuua r.wm HhkN S.0nssni) l.ajw.iaie. toil S'' Htw. Avriaflhirsl 2.omi.U, Hiw. Cy. Sua. Co, is .om.tn t so" 4 naw.ru. to........ Hono)(iS .............. a.imii.j,4, IWl.mr, HuiiinMMt Suaar'lHan, "c- 100 I.uuuk'; 12 J - lll' ): Vj kckAa Sutar Co I.NX'X I'l noio v.. .............. McHrrdc Sua. Co. Ltd. i1 10', u 14 i Oiaa Suur Co. 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Jfotic.' ,,At a meeting of the directors 'of I'v- peekqo 8ugar Co., bold January 3, li'l t, it waa resolved to commence tbe xy ment of dividends for this year at the rata of ,A tier month, roiAniomini; Jauuary 15, 1014, aud continuing until further action by the beard. a. Nineteen New Case of Tubercu losis Beported in Honolulu , for Month of December. The atatlatU-al bureau of the' Anti- Tubereulofi 4 League yesterday isaiied tbe first of a, monthly series of reports illustrative of tbe work of the asMX-ia-ioa righting consumption In Hawaii. Tho report ia in. detail for each island with a ummnry of he Territory ap pended. For eack island are given the number of new case reiiorted, the num- Ver ttt deaths of registered aad uure giUerd i-sues, the summary of tbe sup ervision of cases and a summary of the now rase and deaths by age aud ua-' tonality. The report show that nineteen new Cases of tuberculosis were report-, 1 to the league during December in Hono lulu aioue, j,u number or new caaes re ported from the entire Territory amounting to forty-four. Ha-naiivns are jn the lead,, there being oihi.-c-u vases ri'iorted from amoiigHt th-o iu tioualisii'a, while Japanese come s,--oud with fifteen. The other national it ie have but a few representatives each iu tyKu tne total. In the list of occupations which have supplied victims1 to the gr,eat white Plague, laborer lead with elcveu and housework aocond with ten. Inrlu.Jod aiuongxt the other are tailprs, barliors, ' school children and other indoor occu pation. : t the thirty-one4 death from tuber culosis in the Territory last mouth, six teen were in Honolulu. Hawaiiana b ail the modality with almost half (be to tal number," nnd .the Japanese aguiu secomU Of the total number of aew eases the, league was able to place aixteeu undi-r supervision, practically eliminating thorn from the possibility of spreading tho infection. Twenty-eight were so situntod,. however, that the league ' fa cilitie could not reach them. McKINLEY GLEE CLUB .; PLANNJNO OONCEUT The' Mckinley HiKb . School Clen Club Will hold a concert at McKinley Hall Friday evening, January 16. The pupils of the high whool, bed by Mrs. Chester J. Huun, will be' beard in sev eral selections, and will ho asolsted by a Hawaiian quartet ami soloists. Among the prominent miis'.claua who will be heard at that time, will be Mra. A., 11. Ingalls, 1 Mrs. Klsa Cro llowacd, Mrs. Walter, E. Kcudall, Mr, Albert Horuor ami Mr. IIutton. ' 88 degree tnaiysi beets 9s.,. 77,00, -- !;''44''i';,T'V'4,44i vile,.'', ( j r, ;y. v...'-. . 4.:-4u-.:4444 -vi;. v-l.- .