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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T., TUESDAY, TED. B, 19111.
(iET READY FOR THE
I I I1IMII ll"lll Mill tm I I. II
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Sttt.,
ciImo HOTI2L. ST., opposite Bethel.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
AT m Bayard
Their Coming in March
Will be Big
OYER 250 FROM
THE MIDDLE WEST
Joined by Others on Arrival at the
Coast-Local Shrine Will be In
stituted This Time-Many
From prts'r.t Indications It Is ivl
dent that tlic o'luml pilgrimage of the
Mystic Slirlni . i tu the hospitable
shores nf thu Hawaiian Islntuls will he
olio long reinembcieil hy tint wearer)
of the fez. anil crcBcent.
Members of the brotherhood to Hip
number of 2.0 will Have Clrnnd Ha-
pld. Mich, on Kelininry 25. the party
consisting of men prominent In busi
ness nml financial circles together with
They will have a special train of
Pullman ears, and will stop nt several
points whllo en route to the Pacific
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
ONE ESTATE IS SETTLED
14 YEARS AFTER DEATH
Late David Eldredge Leaves Small
Property-David Rough Estate
and That of Makahio Late
Wnlliiku, Feb. 2. The following es
tates were probated this week In the
Second Circuit Court before Judge Ka
lim: Estotc of David P. Eldredge. late of
Kola. Maul, deceased. Geo. lions fcr
petitioner. Estate of deceased cunsHts
of homestead property at Kula valued
at JIGOO and life Insurance policy for
$1,000 In the Germanla Mfe Insurance
Co. Sam Knl.-ima was appointed ad
ministrator under Jir.no bond.
Ilatnte of Sam K. Mahalo, late of Kn
iiuliil. Maul. The estate ronslsts of u
deposit of about $200 In Illshnp & C.i.'s
Savings Hank. Oo, lions was attornt v
for tho widow. Sam Kclllnol was up
pointed ndmlnlslrator under $300 bond
Estnte of David Hough, late or l'.il.i.
Maul. Estate col jIMs of n certificate for
$1,000 In the Oakland Itralty Syndi
cate, and the '"Irs are brothers and
sisters of drrrr"-.i who are all rcl
clentl of Scoth n I. Oi, lions was ,it
torney for petitioner David C. Lind
say, manager Pain plantation, was ap
pointed administrator under $1,000
coast, for the purpose of visiting the bond.
nrlcms temples. At San Prnnclsco the , n3tnto f MaKnllI() ,ato of KpaImlll
party will be Joined by a large number Mnuli !.,, ,, Bome fou,MI
of representative Shrlncrs from varl- ycnlB nR0 1(,avlns nroerly consisting
ous parts of tho Coast, nnd together ()f 57 acr(,s o( ,,, lam, nt Kllm)mhl
they will make tho pllgrlmago to the known KllklI,llIa nml valllcil nt
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
1. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - - $48,860
P.O. Boxrjs IslanJ Corrttpon4.net Solicited.
FINRE & ASBAHE,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
W. O. Aelii 1'resliio.iit it Managor
.Vf. IC. Nftkulnr..... VIco President
J. Mrtkalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Jolumon 1 SoccuUiry
Ooo. h. UcbIu Auditor
HOAHD OK DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The aliovo Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all arts of tho Hawaiian
Hands; and also has houscm In tho City
of Honolulu for rent. UHO-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
CW We will Bay or Ctll Bern Estate It
ill paits of the group.
Cy We will Bell Properties on Season
,ble Commissions 1
3FFICE. 10 West King Stree7
land of tho tropical sun
The present Itinerary Is for tho
Shrlncrs to leavo San Francisco on
March ft and arrive In the capital of the
Islands on or about March 12.
The arrival of such a body of promi
nent men from tho lending flnnnclal
centers of thp United States, should ap
peal to every business man In the city
of Honolulu, who should see to It that
they be accorded a reception common
surnto with their condition nnd station
Many of them nro gentlemen who
represent- practically unlimited cnpltal.
and any courtesies extended to them
will result In substantial recognition
to this city. It Is understood that the
entlro party will consist exclusively nf
members of the order nnd their fami
lies. First of all there Is to be a temple
of Mystic Shrlncrs Instituted here, nnd
tho Imperial Potentate has consented
to como hero In person for the pur
poso of Instituting the temple. There
nro qtilto n number of Mnsons here who
have taken the degrees with the In
tention of bediming Shrlners.. During
tho stay of tluee weeks the Shrlners
will mnko Honolulu their headquarters.
from which point they will rndlate to
tho different points of Interest on the
The program of entertainment will
bo nrranged later on, by tho member
of tho order, who will net npon nny
suggestions mado by the business men
In general who do not happen to bo
rHAT More Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Piano or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.'
OfTce and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. UOX 144. "I'llOND" 100.
present market price nt about $1,000.
The widow testified on tho stand that
they had ten children, all having died
except th youngest, John Makahli
lunn nt the Knhulul landing. The heirs
nre John Makahio and children of his
Incensed brothers and sisters. A. X
Kepolknl nppoircd for all the parties.
Tho court drrPneil to appoint an nd
mlnlEirntnr of tl.e estate for the de
ceased died fourteen years ago. Til"
court, however ordered that the prop
erty be sold nt public auction for the
benefit of the heirs and the one-third
dower of the widow, nnd Judge A. X
Kepolknl was appointed commissioner
to sell the said property subject to the
confirmation of the court.
There is health indicated h
A Smiling face
Its an ideal tonic end .
Bevfrag&K aids oltion.
UtfBMHaaVJiaaW Jl hftW ul "Vi i Alr
WAILUKU SOCIUTV BRISK.
TTieLishtTiiat Never Fails
CLASS WORK GUARANTEhL
Union St. near Hotel txj
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO OE NTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
FARKWELl, TO TUB (5IBBH.
Hllo, Jnn. 31. The reception to Mr.
and Mrs, James (Hub by the congrega
tion of the First Foreign church on
Tuesday night was n success unprece
dented In tho history of the organization.
The arrangements were In the hands
of Mrs. Terry and Mrs J. I.. nichanHon
nnd great credit Is due them for the
rapltnl mnnncr In which the details
wero carried out. As was to bo expect
ed tho nudltorlum nnd lecture room
were crowded with friends of the hon
ored guest of tho night nnd with 'lin
exception of the musical numbers In
terspersed the evening wnB spent In
conversation and by the extension nf
henrty congratulations to Mr. fllbh on
his advancement, coupled with expres
slons of regret nt tjio departure of him
self and wlfo from tho district. This
opinion was particularly emphasized
hy Hov. J. A. Cruzan In a. few well
chosen remnrks. The words evidently
Impressed Mr. Olhli for In responding
ho remarked thnt ho was "leaving In
his shoes nnd not In his cofTln ns might
bo Inferred from tho eloquent remarks
Just made." And ho seemed Just a bit
thankful that not only was ho depirt
lng In his shoes but that ho would
stop within walking dlstanco of Hllo.
Wnlluku, Feb. 2. Two more very
etijoyablr socials In Wnlluku bine come
and gone. Last Saturday evening. .Inn
M, a reception was glvm at the hoiii"
of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. I.. Marshall In
honor of Itev. nnd Mrs. Wm. Ault. Thr
houso was brilliantly lit up with Chi
nese nnd Japanese lanterns. The le-
option commenced at S o'clock sharp
nt which hour tho Wnlluku member)
were Introduced to Mr3. Ault. aft"!
which tho Indies repaired Into the par
lor where music both oenl and In
Btrumentnl was furnished by tho fol
lowing ladies and gentlemen: Misses
lions nnd Nape, Mrs. T. II. Lyons, nnd
Messrs. Huv. Ault, Sam Kclllnol and
Chas, i:. King. Light refreshments
wero served during Intervals.
Last evening another brilliant affair
was given at the home of Judge nml
Mrs, Mchny. It was also attended by
the ellto of Wnlluku, and music nnd
mirth abounded. With tho frequency
of thesn events, Wnlluku Is more nnd
more coming to bo n sociable little
town, nnd Its past record of being the
dullest outside of Honolulu Is begin
ning to bo wiped out. Tho tastes of the
society people, however, aro moro mu
sical than literary.
The Angle LAmp
ALSO CAimACOOn STOCK OF HA1IGINQ..
STAND AIIO HAlffl LATH'S
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NLVCH PAILS.
It ifcmt almott fneff J Me that
any Urp c.iulJ te kooJ tnou2ti tJ
takt tv: rf "l Irctflcltjf on rvn
ler mi. vt nub ! the cw l'h) the
ANGLE LAHI All OWMht IlUnJft
rjorU are tli'twln? a ay thlro'J
imp anj tcpfaelne tht-n with thfi
limp, nrt ril leMU It COt
aNnrt one-tf nth a much to main
tain (cot I no ofrjVf 1 1 j iom r1"
pk) tut, MiU Wing Intnllelv
cheaper, It Is mrre brilliant anj
morerdiatl In tho larpaln. It la
rtetaUun to erry ore who ")ett,
at J flirpty JemrnMratis that tli
M-tivlilonJ lamp wa birbar
oucrtrlvance. tup AStitr lawp
trrr smoke, imellf or plvei any
trouble. Ik llph'ei anj etincuUhJ
t eaillv a c. anjlihe Uel
He tit fr m eiry ManJp lnt V
carry lhee Itrrp (fom $i 80 up.
T. II. Daies & Co., Ltd.
WENTS I OH ShilintLulckailrcOli Uirlrho. Alwn Omvl, PniilaniOvinl 'il.nt I'owJcr
( li-tc n.li 11.11 ni;. Ut h MAr&irXlm, o , Ne llom cwlne .Machliic& nj l,jnAmrUn HanJ
i-i ti-K1 IN A,.a'rware (,la.ware. Crockery Marne... SalJIea anj leah, Huct. llraa IWJ
moJi Irunki ValUca. Matllni., Salr Lln"lcum!i PowJ.r ati Cap. iMiu-ral HaijA.rL aii Plantation
DEATH OP CHAIILEY LONC.
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, 1010 FORT ST.
Incnntlcricent Light on the Hvch.
Consul Hughes of Cobiirg, Informs
the Stato nepnrtment that tho medical
faculty of the University of Ileldel
burg hns mado n very Interesting re
port on tho effect of Incandescent light
(gas or clcctrlr.il) on tho ejes. After
having carefully weighed nil the pros
and tons of tho question, tho verdict
Is that tho Incandescent light Is not
harmful. For lighting large halls or
places of nmusement, electricity Is es
pecially recommended from hygienic
points of view.
Wnlluku, Feb. 2. Charley Long, a
lesldent of Maul for oer ten years.
died at Klhel yesterday afternoon of
pneumonia. Tho funeral services wero
held In the Anglican church In Wnlluku
this afternoon, Hov. Wm, Ault officiat
Tho deceased Is a half brother of
Henry Long of I'nla. During tho
eighties ho was both head luna and
bookkeeper of tho I'rlncovlljo planta
tion, Hnnnlel, Kauai, and later was tax
collector of that district. Some tun
years ago Long moved over to Wnlluku
his first appointment being clerk to
Sheriff Trendway and was afterwaid'J
promoted to be deputy sheriff of Wnl
luku under Sheriff S. F. Chllllngwoiih
Mr. Long also practiced law In tho
Inferior courts on Maul. For n tlmo ho
was bookkeeper for Hiileakala ranch
under Mnnnger Fogue, but when the
latter was selected manager of Klhel,
Charley Long went with him nnd has
been bookkeeper of that plantntlcm up
to the time of his death. Charley Long
i was about fit years of ago and leaves a
host of friends.
f: todk m'r"
H Vhsn -tfcel-.T4A
"If you don't uant whiskey lo get the best of you, you cmst get
the best of uhiskev."
"I do lady, hut when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
J. p. MORGAN, C. IlitOWN, T.
PieslJcnt VUe I'rtHlrnl
IIUSTACl , C. II. ATIILRTON,
W. II. IIOOOS,
Tiral ani Manaprr
Cheap labor means cheap work. The
llulletln I'ubllshlng Co. employs men n
experience nnd artistic skill In tho Job
department. That's why wo are turn
lug out tho best Job work In town
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., Q"ecnSt-
Firewood. Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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