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E.VENiNP.EUI,LETlIf. HONOLULU. T. It SATURDAY,, DBG, 1. 1806.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
'Hawaiian Lodge rlrtt Degree
Moha Temple Election 7:3C.
All vliltllig member of tht
otdur are cordially luvttetl to St
tud uiertliiK of local ludges.
HARMONY LODOE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F. '
Mecti ev etr Monday evening at T:S0
lu I U, U R Halt. Kort etrewt
K. it. HENDRY. Secretary.
C. 0. HOTTUL-, N. U.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
MYTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. af P.
Mccti every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In .K. o( P. Hall, Kin
tract, Vliltlur brothers cordially In
lltrt! to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. CO.
' F. WALDRON, K.B.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. af P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, Kins street, ut 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystlu I.oUe, No. 2, Wdi. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and vleltlbg
brothers cordially Invited.
A. I). BOND, 0. C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE 111, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 1, B. P. O. H.,
will DNt In tbelr ball, tin Miller
Mil Baretanla etreets, atary Friday
By order of the E. R.
. , HARRY H. BIMP80N,
w H. a MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. I, K.af P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:J0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
tract Visiting brother ,cordally,,tD;
sit to attend.
It. M JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACODSON, K.R.fl.
HONOLULU ACRIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and Uh WEDNE8
'OAY evening of-each month at 7:30
iclock In K. or P. Hall, King streL
Visiting' Eaglei are Invited tc at
BAM McKEAGOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. 8cy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Na. 1, I. 0. It. M.
Meeta enry second and fourth
PRIDAY ot each month In t. 0. O, T.
Vliltlng brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAlfe, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meet every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Vliltlur. brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
T. F. McTIQHE. Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
wagon la made to fill the
exact needa of your buif
nets, you have "convey,
Why not havo one made
to order here? We'll
make It just aa you want
It. We can give you an
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CMINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETEU PIPES for Irrigation
pi:rr.oe a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and rooalrr
executed at aliortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contraclbi and Jobbing,
Heusepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kaleomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
6tone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN A61
THE HAWAIIAN, REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD,
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Utiles I Mcltityra Dldg., Honolulu, T.H,
P 0, BOX 2M, PHONR MAN M .
03a FORT BT,
mf VULLKTIN AU8, PAY sN
OarsM t 1
IfcSiThe Old DteiU VJJ 35
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Protect Your House
A good coat of paint ap
plied to your house now
will protect It from win
ter ralm. The bett paint
to use li
W. P. FULLER A. CO.'S
It la ready mixed for
use. ALL COLORS.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING STREET.
For Over 60 Years
hit beea td for over HIXTV
YKAU8 bv MILLIONS of Vothirs
f or their C IIlLDltU.N whlloTKISTH.
inu, wim .periect ucoe- it
BOOTH i:s the
th CiUMR. ALLAYS all tv
YS all ,ptn.
CURBS WIND COLIC, and U tho
by Drugs Utl la every rart of the
world, llo luro and atlc for Mra.
Wlntlow'a 8ootbln2 Syrnpand take
no other kind. SJCtati a Battle.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E, Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLOG., FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 467.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
When one goes Christmas shopping
he lilies to select fiom n stock thut Is
complete, lu fact ouo that Is rich In
holiday suggniilloiis, Whitney it
, Mai uh have such a Block Their holi
day stock lontulim many dulpty and
itsrfiil intlrlftH Visit thut slum now
,aiid make yum iltnlre while the tm.k
lu finii ,
The Mum liurlu Is logo on the Hunt
tr's Point di'jiloik about December 10
The etiint iluln him pot Ih-dii fixed, how.
hut hill tho liner will mil ho pliiud
mi lie dr iliMk until tlin material fm
lli'l iemlr, wlildi has been iildt'M1!
fliilii Him llust, loinwu m , im III
LOCAL AND IGNEKAL
Autos for hire at Ter Stables.
Why not ask for Royal Itittter at C
' J Day & Co.'s? '
I A notion of salp of liubllr Inlnl sll-
listed at Walnnac, Oalm, appears In
. Nils Issue.
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. SI, $.C0 and 13 per week. 1213
TIih swpII hi lection of Christina
yooiln nt Hi)eKUAn'R nlmiild I." noon by
iCU'rjimc Note ilm prices In tliclr ml
I -Mi. nml .Urn, Hnriy U-nls i-uti r
'inlncilil dinner tor .MIm Nannie Win-1
stun nml Mr. John II. llllxi on Tliurs '
-MIkr Power rcrelveit per Alaiiiciln
innin beautiful new hats. Also linlr
ornaments. Millinery Parlor, IloMon
DiillillnR. tort street.
Walkllil Inn is now owned by W. C.
Uere'n- Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
nnest bathing on the beach. ,
Tim Catlinlle Clmreli of Rt. John Hie I
UapIlM, Knlllilunena. In elmrge of Rev. j
Kiithcr Clement 'fomorrow, Ui-eember
Inil, llrt Suuilai of Aiheiit, 8:30 n. m
lilcli innss, icrinon, lollectlou, Hunilny
Se.lioul, I p. ni rotary.
lu the rare (if the Honolulu llrewlnfi
ami Multlnj; Company n IC. K. Diimiii
rlielle which enuie befme JiiiIko lie
Holt this morning, the plalnllrf wm
nimble to proihue Its principal wlluesi
ami confessed JuilRmeiil wlilcli wns
Jinleo Weaver linn entered a declnloii
In favor of the petitioner In the nipll
ration of the Atherton Kstnto for till'
In limit on Ktnuu, l.unalllo and Kaplo
luni sticets, contnlnliiK 10,000 fiunrn
feet vulned at 123.000. The laud Ih tin
Inline of Theodore Itlchurds.
Leon Reliant, Annan Vennne, Victor
Cavols, Paul DuiiiiiIm and I.. I.eonze,
live Kentlenien from Iwllel who were
elinrKed with airancy, nppeareil lie
lore JiiiIkc- Whitney thin mornliiK. hut
hail their raxex continued. Each of
them furnished Slut) bond.
The miirlriiKe of Miss l.lzzle Timothy
ilaiiRhter of Mr. J. Timothy, to Mr. U
O, Kaapunl was quite an impoitant
HH'lal ecnt In Wnlinen, lltiuult, on
.Sunday afternoon, Nm ember 2S. JiiiIko
T. 8. K. Nakmielua performed I be cer-
ony. MNs R, Timothy wnH iln
IirlilesuinliPauil Mr. K. Knmalii aclol
as best man. The Ken Ice look place at
the residence of Mr. S, Kaapunl lu
Wnlinen, The houxti wiih well decorat
ed with ferns mid beautiful Dowers
There were many relnthes und lull
mate friends present. A ilellnbtfiil
luaii was Klven III honor of the bride
and Kroom. lu tbo evenliiK tho ivy
Olco Club furnished vome musical sel
ec'tlons und a ball took place until
mldnlKlit. The music wait typically Ha
waiian and was thoroughly enjoyed by
Central Union Church Tho Rev. J.
Walter Sylvester. I). 1)., will preach
at It n. m. his Inaugural Hcrmon an
the theme, "An Outlook Upon the In
lent ol a Christian Ministry." At 7:30
P. ni. there will bo a special Thanks
giving pralso surWce by tho choir and
congregation, among the selections
rendered being nn anthem by the choir
"O Come, Let U Sing Unto theLord"
(O. Dudley Duck); contralto solo,
"Tho i:erlastlng Hills," by Miss Oer
trude Hall; baritone, solo, "Oh (lod,
Hno Mercy," by Frederick Hastings;
violin solo, "Mpther'R Prize Song,"
(from "Melsterslnger"), by Miss
White; duet, "Guide Mc. Oil Thou
Great Jehovah." by Mrs. Otis mid Mr.
Hastings; anthem, "Mighty .Ichuwih,"
by the Kawaiahao Seminary.
SUVERIC ARRIVES FROM AZORES
(Continued from Page 1.)
who wished to go aboard, Hut the ap
pearance of the steamer Indicates that
she has seen some rough weather.
This Is the maiden- voyage of Hie Su
erlc, hut she looks as If she were
many year old. The dash of the seas
was worn away the paint from her
sides and stained her plates with
great patches of rust.
Hut she has made good time. It
was not expected, until recently, (hut
she would arrive for almost u week,
but after she reached Montevideo
three das ahead of her expected time.
It was anticipated that she would get
to Honolulu sooner than was earlier
Immigration Commissioner Sargent
went out to the Suverlc on the customs
launch, accompanied by Jack Atkin
son and K. W. Ilreckons. Mr. Sargent
madu the journey all the way from
Washington expressly far the purpose
of being on the ground when the Sit-
Iverlc. arrived, Tho bringing or the
1323 Immlgiants by the Suverlc Inau
gurates a new colonization scheme In
which tho President is taking great In
terest, mid the National Government Is
anxious to find out what Bort of peo
ple the future citizens are.
Deputy Collector Stackablo was late,
as usual, keeping the launch waiting
for some tlmo. Ho finally wandered
down, his small body fairly shining
with the light reflected from his
brother, who collected tho linmlgiaiiU
and slatted (hem on their way, mid
utaggoiliig under the weight of his
own Importance, Attei being abourd
uhout two hours Slutkablo scut the
'""l,, liatl lllu ,w" "llc lo "'" "
in gci lour nonius noun in cigar
II luhes a long time for the tiui an
line ulllrlaU lo examine, iiiotu lliun
13H) liumluiiilitx, The iIikIiii'h launch
lilllllii'd In Hie illy mill look mil It
Mioipl loud of iiiuiuiilllin Inspeilurs
In oidi'i I hul Din wmll lululil Im ton-
I lie( us I'l'i'dll)' us ioblii.
ydfiSsfe '' PBx
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting,
the note correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that, will fit a notes, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the atyle best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
OOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
vwteCrcHasasab Wtf -SHBvflsEaTV enErl?i Tan
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLOQ.. 178-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
Consists of a NEW LINE OF GOOD JEWELRY and an
Extensive Assortment of HAWAIIAN CURIOS. Every
thing is NEW and UP-TO-DATE. Call and let me show
you these goods.
H. Culman, v
JEWELER AND CURIO DEALER. 10S4 FORT near HOTEL ST.
5 Cent Cigar
Do You Know?
The Rough Rider Cigar
has the real tobacco taste
and Is remarkable for Ita
The Rough Rider Cigar
filler Is made from reg
ular lengths of good tobac
co. The Rough Rider Cigar
wrapper Is genuine Im
The last .whiff of a
Rough Rider Cigar Is as
good at the first.
The Rough Rider Cigar
keeps Its shape and color
and burns evenly when lit.
80LE HONOLULU AGENTS
Corner Hotel and Fort
Butter and Cheese
You enjoy good butter on your bread or hot cakes,
you relish a bit of cheese for luncheon or with your pie at
dinner We have the BEST of these articles and too many
varieties of the Cheese Family to be mentioned in one day.
COME IN AND TRY THEM,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
PHONE MAIN 48,
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed In large type
on very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock
ct when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little loom.
Bound In Turkey Moiocco with flex,
lule covers. We have the following
authors now In stock,
Dickens, Jane Austen, Burns,
Klugslcy, Tennyson, Thackeray,
The llrontes, Carlyle, I.ever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Hunyan,
Cervantes, I.ytton, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
illustrated. Cash or Installments.
Wm. G. Lyon Co.
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREETS
Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tha Bulletin Pub.
SAFES, IRON FENCE.
Of ELKS 1
Elaborate Program Will
Be Given At opera
The nnniinl memorial servlee of the
Honolulu Lodge No. RIG, 11. P. O. Klka,
will take place nt the Opera House to
morrow afternoon, In accordance with
the following rule:
Sec. 130. The first Sunday In De
cember of each year Is hereby doslg'
nated and dedicated na a day on which
shall be commemorated, by every
Uiilgd of HlkB In sacred ncsslons, tho
memories of departed brothers, mid
sunn ou Known an i.ikh Memorial
Day,' and It shall be Incumbent upon
the Exnttcd Ruler of each Subordinate
Lodge to require that the snlil memo
rial service shall bo held upon the said
first Sunday In December of each year,
and upon no other day. The funeral
service of a departed brother shall he
known iih a Session of Sorrow."
The program will lie ns follows:
"Funeral March" Chopin
Violin Solo, "Caatlnn" ltnff
Mr. It. J. Illicitly.
Prayer ilro. Rev, Alex. Mackintosh
llarltonu Solo. "O Lift Thlno Eyos"
Mr. Chester Livingston.
Oration.. Ilro. Judge S. II. Kingsbury
"Pilgrim Mnreh" (from "Italian
Symphony") , Mondelssohn
Eulogy Ilro. Wm. II. Mclnerny
Soprano Solo, "Abide With Me"
Mrs. Ilrucc McV. Mackall.
Hencdlct Ion.. Ilro. Rev. Al. Mackintosh
Accompanists Mrs. L. Tenney Peck
und Ilro. K. I,. Cutting.
The list of officers and the commit
tee In charge of the memorial services
Ik eti follows:
Harry B. Muriay. Exalted Hulcr:
F. E. Richardson, Esteemed Leading
Knight; W. W. .Harris, Esteemed I.oy
nl Knight!; Jas. D. Dougherty, Esteem
ed Lecturing Knight; II. II. Simpson,
Secretary; E. W. Qulnn. Treasurer;
8. A. Walker. Esquire; W. P. Fennel),
Inner Guard; F. T. Sullivan, Tyler.
F. E. Thompson, 0!" 'L-. Borenson'.H
ueo. ii. Angus. Trustees; Rev. Alex
under Mackintosh. Chaplain; Henry
K. Rergcr, Organist.
Memorial Sen ices Committee Dr.
Chas. B. Cooper (chairman),' A. I.'C.'
Atkinson. O. W. R. King, Hugo Her
zer, Wm. H. Mclnerny, H. H. Blnfp?
son, F. K. Thompson, 11. C. Huston.
Bright and early Monday morning,
the Sachs Dry Goods Co. will mnko
a grand display or novel and useful
Holiday Gifts; overy Department will
be full to over-flowing, with nn exten
sive and elaborate assortment and on
every hand will be round helpful hints
to make holiday shopping a pleasure
und convenience. The 8acbs Com
pany are offering big specials for next
week. Silks and satins at half the reg
ular prices are grand values; and a
sample line of knlckerbocker shirt
waists at a 25 reduction Is an ex
ceptional bargain; a big cut In prices
on floss pillows will also prevail. The
display of Christmas handkerchiefs Is
certainly the largest and most varied
ever shown In this city, particular at
tentlon being called to tho Immense
assortment of hand embroidered hand
kerchiefs. NEW - TO-DAY
ALOHA TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M. 8.
A regular session of Aloha Temple,
A. A. O. N. M. S will bo held at
the Masonic Temple Saturday, Decem
ber 1, 11)00, at -7:30 o'clock p. m., for
tho transaction of business and the
election of ofllcerH,
Visiting Nobles aro cordially Invit
ed to attend.
By older or the Illustrious Potentate,
CHAS. B. COOPER.
CHAS. F. MURRAY, Recorder.
A good white limn, American or Cur
man, with small family, to tulm
t'liaigu of small place already pistil
ed und Improved; $20, pei mo,, use
of two mules ami ull lie ran raise
im about 15 lo 20 licit", Good fast
ilrhlng horse, Look iidcr omi linntu
mid umlii liullilluif, wlili h may ho
iiiTiiiei by owner miio ,iir,,lwh'ii u
weil., ), .INO, H MtOIIKW,
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEA8E8 OF PASTORAL LANDS.
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, De
cember 29th, 190G, at front entrance to
Judiciary Building. Honolulu, there
will be sold at Public Auction, under
the provisions of Part V, Land Act
1S9A, (Sections 278 to 185, Inclusive,
Itelced l.aws of Hawaii), General
I .paces of the fallowing described por
tions of Public' Lnnda:
1. 7350 acres, more or Iosr, of the
laud of Nlenle, Hainakua Hawaii,
to bo used for pastoral purposes.
Term, 21 years, from September
8lh, 1907. (.
Upset Rental flfdl.OO per an
num, payable semi-annually In ad
vnncc. t J ii r
2. 4130 acres, more 'or iess, of the
lands' of KaniokW-Kapuleua, llama
ktia, Hawaii, to lie used for, pastor-
Term, 21 years from September
Upset rental I99J.20 per annum,
payable semi annually In advance.
11,990 acres, more or less, of the
land of Kaohu 3rd (Slopes of Mail.
na Kea), Hamakua, Hawaii, to he
used for pastoral purposes.
Term, 21 yearn Horn September
Stb, 07. 0
Upset rental, jr.po.OO per annum,
payable semi annually In advance.
All ot the above leases will contain
provisions regarding fencing ot boun
daries, removal of pests such as
Thimble Berry," "Ivy," Etc.
The Government reserves also th'o
right to resuino possession at any tlmo
of such portion or portions as may be
required for public purposes or for
settlement purposes under Sections 4
and 7, Land Act, 1895.
4, 585 acres, more or less, of the
Innd of I'auahl, Kohala, Hawaii, to
liu used for pastoral purposes.
Term' ft years nnd ft months from
January 1st, 1907.
Upset rental, $351X0 per annum,
payable semiannually In advance.
For plans nnd full particulars re
garding reservations, fencing, tree
planting, removal ot pests, etc., apply
al office or undersigned, Judiciary
JAS. W. PRATT.
Commissioner of Public l.ands.
Honolulu, November 28th, 190C.
' 3532 Dec. 1, 8, 16, 22. 28.
NOTICE OF 8ALE8 OF PUBLIC
LAND 8ITUATE AT WAIANAE,
OAHU, T. H. ,.
At 12 o'clock noon. Monday, Decem
ber 31st, 190G, ut front entrance to Jil
dlclary.,uljdln,g, Honolulu. tieritwlll
Lo' sold nt Public "Auction under tho
provisions of Part IV, Section 17, Und
Act 1895, (Section 276 Revised Laws
of Hawaii), the following described
Publlp..L1and: , , .. ,. M
33C.0 acres, a little more or less, or
remnants .of Agriculture,! , Lands,, ,to-,
gether with 491.3& acres or com ana
sandy land located at Walanae-kal,
Upset price, $C9,50JG.i Terms, Cash, .
U. S. Gold Coin.
For plans and further particulars,
rpply at office ot the undersigned, Ju
diciary Building, Honolulu, T. II.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public 1-ands.
Honolulu, T. H.. Dec. HL 1900.
3553 Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.
You are not dressed correctly, ac
cording to the prevailing style, If your
suit Is not of dark material.
Call here and we will help you se
lect the correct color-tone,
THE QUALITY OF OUR 00008
18 A8 CORRECT AS THE COLOR8.
The first try-on will prove that we
can fit you.
W. W. Abua & Co.,
68 King 8b
PHONE SLUE 2741. P. O. Box 088,
The Ituplil Transit Compuuy per
fected a u uppeul ami a writ ut error
In lliu United Htates Supreme Court
In Its lux i linen, The. uppeul was lu
connection wlh lliu Income lux iusii
und the will uf error lu the piopnrly
lux, Tim impels In lliu iusu weiu
sinned by Chief Juslleu 'i'iir this