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HAl'MONY MIDCin NO. 3,
1.0 0. K.
MMtt ercrr Monday evening at 7:30
k Uixtnonr Hall. King street.
L. II. DEB. N. O.
E. H. 1IENOUY, Secretary,
fcll Tliltlni brothers very cordially
MY8T10 LOmiC. No. ?. K. of I.
Meeta every Wednesday evening at
31: M o'clock. Cattle Hall. Fort street
Kilting brothers cordially Invited to
Mtnd. 8. J. HAl.TEIt, C. O,
A. E. MUIII'IIY. K. It. 8,
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
n. A. M.
taeta every third Thursday evening
SB Masonic Temple. All visiting com
gallons cordially Invited.
A. F. OILF1LLAN, II. P.
I. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
eta In Masonic Temple on the see-
tf Thursday evening of each month.
li visiting Sir Knights courteously
HEN11Y E. COOPER, E. 0.
. D. TUCKER. Ucconler.
OAHU LODOE No. 1, K. ot P.
ta every Friday evening at their
Stat! Hall. 41014 Fort street, at 7:3a.
Jknbcra ot Mystlo Lodge No. 2, and
MrtUng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C a
K. of R. and 3..
MUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1. A. & A.. 8. R.
alMta the flrrt Thursday In each
swath, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn,
tog and visiting brothers cordially In
ted to attend all meetings.
W. M., FRANK II. AUERDACh.
liLAN D. SCRIMOEOUn Bccretary.
Is Champagne ?
N. B. The .RcuMcy of this an
swer is endorsed by connoisseurs
the world over.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Sole Agents :
For Territory of Hawaii.
LODOE Le PROQHES DE
No. 121, A. & A. S. Rite,
tated meetings on ihe Inst Monday
Ml aacb month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE. W. M.
W. B. FRIEL. Secretary.
GEO. W. De LONO POST No.
45, O. A. R.
Departaaent of California and Neva
It. meets at Harmony Hall, King
traat, first ThursJay evening ot every
Watk. Sojourning comrades aro cor
sSaily invited to attend.
W. Li EATON, P. C.
f AM. T. COPELAND. AdJL
F. & A. M.
Uted tneetlngH, flrst Monday each
Math. Special meetlcgs, when called
fsrUl be noted In this space.)
Members Lodge Le Progrcs. Pacific
Mie, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT, W. M.
K. H. Q. WALLACE, Secretary.
THE ALOHA BRANCH OF THE
Every Saturdtv at 7:30 p. m. The Aloha
Branch of the Theosophlcal Society, will
bold Its regular meeting In the Knights of
Pythias Hall, next doortoHolllster& Co ,
Fort street. Public cordially Invited.
Books lent at the Library on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays, fom 3 to 4
p. ra. Information on Theosophy Riven
by writing to P. O. Box 554.
At ft meeting of the Drltlsh lleue
olent s'oclety Wednesday, the follow
lug flnanclnl report una turned In'
Cash on hand, May 25, 1031.15. Do
nations, 1S99-1S00: Messrs. llackfelil &.
Co., $1,000; Mrs. (1. W. Irwin, ssoo,
Mr. Aubrey Robinson, I1C0; Janet Wnl
dorf Dramatic Co., 123.30; forty-six
nili8crl)lloii8 at SG, $270; 11 subscrip
tions collected 11 nil credited after Ma
21, 1900, $CG; total, $342. queen's Hos
pital fund, $110; Interest on bonds,
$IS0; amounts refunded, $30; total,
Paid out III relief, 1800-1000, $712.00,
hospital patients, $250.75; printing nud
ndcrtlsliig, $9.50; government bond,
with premium, accrued Intciest uu I
commission, $1,511.40; total, $2,511.15
May 21, 1900' Il.ilniK 0 cash 011 linu.l,
$338 00; ensh suhscrlptloiis (ollfctol
niter May 21, 1900, $GG; totul, $1,001,00
Invested government bonds, $7,500;
Invested Oahu Railroad and l-iuul Com
pauy bonds, $1,000; total, $S,500,
The old olllcers wcro reelected. They
aro as follows; Rev. Alexander Mack
intosh, vice president; T, Cllve Davlcs,
treasurer; Robert Cation, gecretary:
members of relief committee, Rev. V
II. Kltcat, W. II. Ilalrd, John Lticus, .1.
C. Cooke, Fred Harrison and W. II.
A resolution favoring affiliation with
tho Associated Charities, was unani
Mr Atendt ftnrrkeetr at KktM
Kauai s a piineniter Hi the KraurHi
News Ims eotne that Mrs 8. 0 Y II
der anil Mrs PKC flthbons have ar
rived safely In Mnrfon.
We are eloslnir out an odd line o( '
ladles' shirt waists for W eents each
OwkI Vnlues The t.aee House. .
Night classes at the gymnasium hate
been resumed. Tuesday and Thursday . p
evenings are set aside for these classes 1 5U
N'ens comes by the Coptic that Mrs 1
II roiKe wnu was iBKrn so 111 in tier 1
msny recently, Is on the high road to
The Keauhou for Anahola liana-1
nianlu and Koloa and the Kauai fur
Eleele and Wilmea, will both salt at
4 p ill today. 1
A large number ot young men ntai-e
m rry In the drill shed after the parade I
last night There was singing and an
all around good time.
M. Mclncrny Is offering a $3.50 caff
skin shoo for men which Is Just what
j 011 aro looking for. It Is calf lined
and an exceptional value.
News comes from Kauai that Mlrs
Anna Illackstadt had her arm broke li
at Walmea last Tiusday. The acci
dent was cuuscd by a fall.
The. Triangle Literary Society will
meet at tho homo of F. J. Lowrey Mon
day evening next. Mr. Lowrey will
speak 011 his meut trip to Japan.
Htudfiuurtera for Wushburu numb
line and guitars will be found at The
lUigitrom Music Co. It Is no trouble
la show- theso goods. Call and see us
or wrllo for catalogue.
Robert Wulalcato who was urresUd
recently on a war runt charging him
with imbczzleinent, lias been held to
answer before the next term of tho Cir
cuit Court nl Llhue, Kauai.
A meeting of tenners lutircstvd In
thu work of tho Teachers' Association
will bu held In the High school at 7 30
P. ni Friday, October 20. Arrange'
ments will then bo made for carrylu;
on thu local work oflhc association for
tho coming year,
A social and iiitcrtaiumeiit will tu
given by tho Young People's Society
of tho Christian church, corner of Ala
ken and King streets, tonight at 7 30,
Members ami friends aro cordially In
vited to bring all their aciinantancea,
"Tho moro tho better."
Tho Ladles' (lulld of St. Audr,ov a
church met In thu Sunday school room
jestcrday afternoon fur tho purpose ot
discussing was and menus ol raising
enough funds to replenish tho library
wllh new books nud Hie churili with
fresh prayer books and hymnals, It
vvne flnall) decided to bold fomo kind
of an entertainment.
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In the selection of such
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Electric Railway and
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