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Honolulu Commardery R'tJ
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Occmc Second Degree.
Li Aloha Chapter No. 3 Rco
All vUHIng members nt the
order lire cordially invited In
KiLoud meetings at local lodges
ILxnelON LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. i
Mucin muj Niotiilii ovetilns hi I
1:lv in I 0 0 I'' Hall. l'o.t btreet
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All vlsitlu oroiUiTb my cordially
5? OAITO LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Mtata every drat ami tlilnl Fri
day evenluK at 7:u In K. of 1. Hall,
eornr Fort and lieroiunla. Visiting
brotnern coruiaib invited to utteud
P it Nlllb.NI. (' ('.
H. GOdLIMJ. K. 11 S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. (I1C, 1). P. O.
B., will meet lu tnclr hull ou King
dear ITort Street overy Friday even
tns. My oidet of the E. II.:-
HHIXIIY C. EA3T0.N.
WM II. MclNKHNY. E. II.
7m. M'KBJLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet ever) 2ml and 4th Ssturdny
evening at 7. Jo o clock In K. of 1'.
Uall, ror. Fort and llerctunla Villi
Ins brothers cordlilly Invited to at
tend. F. M. m.,iu:w, r r.
E. A. JACOilSEN. K ft 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Vasts on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.10 a clock In K. of I'. Hull, corner
DorwUnla and Tort streets.
VhrUnj Eagles arc Invited to r.t.
W. L. TOAZEB, W., Prest.
II. T. MOURE. Hecy.
HA7AnAH TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. 11.
Meets every flret and third Thurs
day! of cneh month nt Kulsbtu ol
i'ythlae Uall. VIltlnG brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OEO S'.XDKRSON'. Racliom
i:. v tooi), . of u.
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shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a uos
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kinj anil Fort Streets.
All hnh in tolls nnd sb;ets.
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adds life and vig
or to Ferni, Vio
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but a tried and
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At a Discount
are juct as easy to get as a good job
of pnintinR at a cheap pries. When
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THE PAINTER '
Elite Bui'dinc Phono 397.
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Meals At All Hours.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that publicitv can do toward finding
work for workers.
Hello Get Sullivan's hack. 200.
A clean city means a healthy city.
Meet your friends at Royal Annex.
Tin- llllotilnn K.illcil from Han Krnii;
clrco today fur thin ort
1" you aro looking for any of yout
frletuli go to the "Two Jack" and
)oti'll flud thorn. ,
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mantg. Co., for
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morninjr? If not. why not t
Tlio Kcnato huM a short session this
aflorncon, ndJmmiltiR xhottly after 2
.1 P llnckfelil wan nnioni; tho In
tori'Stnl Hpt'ctators thin afternoon In
the U-RlHlatlvu llnll.
Mpsrrs Jordan. Mcdlll nnd Wlthlng
Ion callod on thn lllcors nl tho Cam
brian this morning to arrange n crick
ct match with the Honolulu club
It 11. Punster, tliii Urltlsh Consul,
returned tho Cambrian cuptaln'n lit
tills morning. The usual xaluto was
fired itH tho Consul left the man-of-war
Things nt the Police Court wero
very quiet this morning, there being
only a few cases on the calendar and
most of these wero continued till to
Tho attendanco at tho lectures at tho
Collego of Hawaii on Monday evening
was large, nnd the nudltorit shnned
great Interest In tho subject under dlt
mission, Tho Knplolanl l.eau will hold a
meeting at tho home of Jno. V. Sylva
this cxcnlng at 7 .10 o'clock All mem
bers nro requested to attend as some
Important matters will be brought up
No moro tnbty mcaU than thoso
served at tho Palm Cnfo on Hotel
street near Union aro to bo had In the
I'Vir tho best and purest milk, try
Pond's Dairy. Dally deliveries mado
to ntl pnrtH of tho city A specialty
Is made of milk fur babies. Phono
Tho Boft, agreeable quality of Prlmo
beor Is a matter of wnnHnr tn tlu. tour.
1st. Tho kamnalna known that tho rea
son Is that Prlmo Is brewed to suit
In tho Hecnl Rhim von irat tlin bout
that any blioe cau offer In make, ma
terial, style, uud tit, and ut less than
uny other shoo will cost you. 8vo tho
new Spring models at tlio Ilvgal Shoo
The Victor Talking Machine brings
tho uorlcl'H best music Into vour liomn.
Yon may hoar Caruso, Calve, dadskl,'
uorgoza, Hemnrlcli, or any othor. Call
and hear some of their records at
'Ilonjamln" Clothes aro mndn bv thn
most stylish and most exclusive tailor
Ing house In tho world. In Now York's
latost fashions. Let us measure you
for a rustom made "Ilcnjnmln" suit.
Tho Kash Co., Ltd,
Moro than a million stout women
know that tlio Nemo Self-Ilcduclug
Corset Is tho only corset that will re.
duco tho abdomen lth nerfect com.
fort and aafoty. See this corset nt
Sachs', Port anil Ucrulnula.
There Is at last n chancn for ni-n.
plo who enjoy phonograph quisle but
who hcretoforo could not gratify their
deslro on account of tho great expense
of records, to now do so ibrnueh ti.o
medium of n Phonograph Exchange,
which win no openod In Honolulu nt
a very curly date with a completo und
new stock of records.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record March 9, 1909,
irora iv:w a. m. to 4 p. m,
W'm Kamnu ot al to K II Cant h
Wnlakca Mill Co to Ivy Richard
Henry R Meyer to Dept of Public
Chong Kim Pat and wf to John
Kate Cornwell to Arthur M Ilrown
Vera A (ledge to K P Illshop PA
Wahlawa Con Pineapple Co Ltd to
Oahu Itnllwuy & Land Co L
Entered for Record March 19 ,1909,
Fro m9 a. ra. to 10:30 a, m.
J R Hornberger tr to Cozle P Rego.D
von Ilamm-Young Co Ltd to W E
Young et nl iie
Young nros to von Hamm-Younc
Co Ltd . . .., cm
Mrs. Hugh O'Neill of San Jose
swears out w'arrant for husband's ar
rest. A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
II1 ifu .
iiA " u lA'wWi'Aj Mmkiisiiiif
To Elect Senators
On Advisory Vote
8ACHA.MI.XTO, Calif. March ! Aflor the hltlorcxt debate nl till
fccsslon, Die Assembly went ou record ns favoring the clod Ion of t'nlUil
States Senators by mi ndilmiry iot by legislative districts Instead of
by nn advisory vote of the Hluto.
m i ...
French Income Tax
PARIS, Prance, Mnrcli 9.--Tho Chamber of Deputies has passed thn
Income tax measure 11 Is said Unit Hie result will bo the exodus fiiim
f.f.'1-.f1.. nt II... tn.ff. fiirnlnii ...ilr..,,. -1-1... .......... . l.l... .... .... ...
. ...u.i ... -..v .t,u ......p... v........
como to bo taxed slinll be calculate
m i mil
SMALL FARMS ARE WASTEFUL 1
(Continued from Page 1)
tlons I saw In tho South uud tho com
ments made b Judge l.ainont hnvo
gone far to convince me that u largo
number of email laud holders tends
to Inefficiency, wastefulness nnd un
profitable expense. Judge l.amont
ended attention to tlio fact that while
Georgia had produced moro agricul
tural wealth than nnv other Stnto In
the Union, It was iororty-rlddeii. and
his only answer to this rtato of uT
fairs was to be found lu the fact that
thero were bo many holdings of forty
and ninety acres, tilled by the small
farmer, who huirled his one baio of
cotton Into tho market In order to
icallzo quickly nnd Bpcnd tho money,
thnt the wholw cotton market of Geor
gia wus demoralized by tho method.
A largo part of tho cotton crop is left
In tho fields owing to the crude meth
ods ot the small farmer; ho has no
money with which to buy fertilizers,
and altogether the condition of the
small cotton farmer or Georgia has led
mo to feel that nothing can over be
gained by parcelling out tho land of
Hawaii to a largo number of holders.
I regret that this Is so. becauso I had
hoped that In this way many of our
local problems might bo met and rem
edied. I found the same thing In Cuba,
where 71 per cent was tho average,
amount of tho sugar crop gathered nnd
made, available for the market."
Graft lu Pittsburg council pays
moro thau mayor gets, according to
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuann. 92 x 42.
$500 Hous and Lot at Alewa, be-
low Judd, St. 50x00.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line, 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BAR0AINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO 8. KINO ST.
It strikes with double force those
who have traveled over the world and
have been obliged to drink all sorts of
liquids, good, bad, and indifferent.
The soft, agreeable quality of
PRIMO BEER is a matter of wonder
to the tourist. We know what the
reason is it's
Brewed to Suit
, iiu iiii-uaiiii. priiviio-.i iuiii me lll-
nl soven times tliu liiiiii.int of lent
(Continued from Pea
they were glad to get tip-to-diito
newspapers They hear all the news
of tho world nlmott ns coon ns It
happens, but they nro very eager for
lull detail. Prom Panning Island to
Honolulu ve had beautiful weather.
Hut now, If you will oxeitro mo, I'll
Introduce jou to the wardroom oltl
(era, I have to mil on the llrlfljli
Consul, and am already n little late."
The Captain conducted the wilier
to the wardroom, nnd thou things bo
gan to take on a different aspect.
A liner lot of clean-cut, gentleman
ly fellows It would bo hard to Und.
To quote the great American Admiral
"Hob" Evans, they nro sure a "light
or frolic" bunch. Prom tho moment
of stepping into the wardroom the
II u 1 1 o t I n loan wus made lo feel
ut home. Sport! Wh), the atmos
phere simply reeked of It; well, es.
It was tempered with "liquid sun
shine" (out of a decanter), hut what
of that? It's not every day wo see
u Urltlsh man-of-war In the Hawaii
"Play cricket? Vo should bay ko!
Wheu nnd where?" wefo the replies
thrown ut tho writer when ho men
tioned the English game. A match
wus nt once arranged for Saturday
next, and this will bo followed by an
other game ugulnbt the combined
teams of the Cambrian and Horn;
tho latter Is expected here In n few
"Tennis? Hy Joie! I should think
so. This nfternoon, all right; six or
us will have a practise." I
Mr. Jordan very kindly put his
courts at tho disposal of the ollleers
during their stay In port. A match
will bo tiliiyed next week ngalnut
some of the local men. Prom futuio
doings the conversation wandered
around to past events,
"Did tbe Cambrian go to Mel
bourne for the Cup race?" was asked.
A dlagusted chorus of "Noes!" went
up from the bunch. One )oung o Ul
cer whispered to the writer. "It's JubI
our luck. There we nil were simply
dying to seo the greatest horse race.
' IN FOREION PORTS
W'ednetdi"' March 10.
SAX I HAX( IW'IK Hailed M,irc!i'l
H. H. Ilorea. I in Cur Honolulu
PAX PUAXCISCO Sailed Mnrrli U
11. H. llllotilnn. 1 p, in., for Honolulu
KAIIUl.tll Sailed Match Ji-
S. H. Columbian, for llllo.
t tttt ttM
of tho ear, nnd wo were ordered oil
to S)dney. It was nwful, our not be
ing able to get itowti to Melbourne
Just then. Still, wo hud n good
tlnui lu Sydney, nnd weio rorry lo
leave for the Smith Seas. In Auck
land We went to lots of dances -do
they dame much lu Honolulu?" On
being Informed trial the giddy uall z
and lively two-step weio the princi
pal diversions of the Honolulu holies,
the uforesuld ollleer brightened up n
lot Visions of whlto-clud beauteous
maidens with languishing eyes Hil
led tiriosK hit bruin nt least, that
Is what the Interviewer liflngliies. lie
lug husll engaged lu putting xotuu
taini; "villi n Hlicnk In It" nciiroi
liU lio:;oin, tho (hionlelur cannot
miikIi for the milcnl Imaginings of
tlm naval man.
"Yes," chljiped In another ollleer,
"we certainly had a grand old time
In New Zealand, but tliu best time
of all was lu Tonga. King George
came on board; he was attired in n
very clohe-lllllnn iimV, mil nn ho Is
about (he stoutest man I ever saw,
nnd tho day was lory hot. he looked
most uncomfortable. Tho King had
"medals all over his Iichoui, nnd al
though his tall silk hut was not lu
i vldencu' he prcKculcd a lemuik.-ihio
sight. Ou going ashoio we weio
treated light lovitlly, uud nothing
was too good for us. The Tougali.t
uro very keen ou cricket and wo
plajed u part of u game with Ilium.
Part of n game! That's light we
were only at Tonga a few d.is, uud
us n mutch there lusts for iili'oul three
weeks, wo hud to utop phi) lug before
the match had really begun -that Is,
from tho Toug.iu btaiidpoliit!"
The ollleers weio anxious to hear
who had been thiiM'ii to icpicdcnl
Australia ou the cri ket fields of En
gland. Their anxiety being itllu r-il
on this point, tho talk veered aioiiud
to football. The Wiill.ihlcs wero crit
icized from every standpoint, and
the ultimate verdict was thai the
team hud done cr well during their
Tho naval bunch uio keen about
ull kinds of sport and me looking for
ward to their stay lu Honolulu with
grout delight. The officers: had Jiul
received their homo ninll, uud us the
Urltlsh Consul hud Just chopped in
to pay his call, the leporter faded
uwny, feeling sorry to leave sin h u
Hue lot of fellows,
The bluejackets gel kIioic leave to-
- m , I fun ii in nir iTi -jijifij-iii
j AHIUVED I,
Wi HK--d.iv Mnuli lo
Kllilf V (I Hull, I'eib-rmiii. flout
Kauil 2 15 n m
titmr. .lames I'uinmlus. Kenrlo, from
KooIbii. In:. Ik n. in.
S. 8. Siintn lllin, Conner, from Poll
San l.tlls, lu a. m.
.-, ' " l
Tu'esdav. Mm eh !,
Slmr. I.lkellko, Nnupulii. lor Hawaii,
', p. m.
Slmr. .Mlknlinhi. I'lllz. ror Muli.itul,
-" p. in.
Wedliesdiiv March 10.
Sp. I'ullertoli. for (lavlol-i. !i 2u n. in.
Per Rtmr W. (1. Hull, I'edersoii.
from Knii-il. .March lo- Kak isuku,
Ynllg Clioiig, (I. K'ipaliii ('. K Kolliun:.'
J. II. Hi'KK. G. luou.e. Mr. Ilrown, Mm.
J. .1. Hopaeo, A. K. Mluvlllo mil 20
Periimr Klu.iu. (or K.tunl.
". p. m Allan Wllutix, 8. Malioln
II. Ill Altnti Wtln'iv. K Mnhntnii.i. M.
E.'Mtirllu, -Airs. Amlorumnn, Mllaul
Per slmr. Mlknbalii. fur Molokul,
Mar. P. K p. iii.--.Mih. l C. ('unradt. Dr.
J. M. Howell. J. II. McVeigh. P. V
Till! KTEAMH't V. (1. llnll. Captain
IVileison, nrilved veiy earl) this morn
ing from Kau.il. brlngliii; INlou bag
riigu. III! btmdles hides. L'J empty wlno
b.irreb, t!7 iacka'!ei simdrlen. Purser
Cli.iuey lopoits thn following sugir on
Kauil load. for Milpuu-nl: (V). Inuo;
IC. H M.. 2!l.)ti; V. K.. 7V; 1. k II..
&":; Mnk.. .i(io; Mrll., :..M;.; p.,
itiio; p. m nn:ir. m. o. c., 25.0110,
K. 9. Co., $."11011.
THE LIGHTHOUSE l.iidM.l Kiikm,
Cnptulii Jobsdn. leluiued ihls iimrnlli(
rnuu Kuiinl, with 11 pail) ouielstlu or
Hoieriior.rri'ar. Mr, Knudieli, .Major
Wlnrlow und Lieutenant Comnuinder
M01 es. She docked at her berlh ut
III.' Nuvnl Station.
PURSER CHA.VEY ropoi.ts thnt Iho
baik .Miikuwell wis discharging nltralo
at Eleelo. uud the Arlzouau was await
ing a load of sugar.
THE LIGHTHOUSE tender Knl.iil.
which h linnet! this mornliu rroni
Kuiinl. will prob-ibly sail for Molokul
tomoiiow. Alajoi Wlnslow will be 11
pasi-enger. to In.pect tic liglillioiibu
t: :: :: u :t :: :: it t: n :: u n a u a
monow and will tnko lu tho sights
or the city. Willi icrercme to tho
visit or the Ameilciu Pleet to Syd
ney dining their cruise mound tho
world, moat or tho olllceis lire or tho ,
opinion that the "Jackles" would
hnvo been far hannler If left In llmli-
own ilevlies whllM ou shoie-leave,
and thai olllclal runctlons wero not
much enjoyed by tho men. And It
teems n very leasiinablo view to tal.u
or tho mutter, loo. "Juck" likes to
wnnder ut will with n mil nr two.
nnd has 11 looted objection to pink
leas In fact, for uny kind of ten--whilst
iishore. He gets onoiiuli of
Hint dope ou bouid shin, and bu-iil
I Ido mil) paste this bit or ndvlco
lu their luit-t: "Wolconio tlio Jackles
mho; give them tho glud-haiiil. but
Don't poster them with roimiil invi-
tutlons to bun struggles nud pink
EMPTY BOAT SEEN
FLOATING AT SEA
Artei- pushing an empty boat, Idly
Pouting near Molokul, tho oil steamer
Santa Itllu. Captain ('01 r. 111 rived
this morning nnd docked at tliu t all-""-ill
wh.uf, wheie she Is discharging
7r., 11(10 ban els of oil, 2110 gusollno
drums, uud sou cubes or keiiHeue oil.
The ufll or who saw the boat hinted
that It contained no human caign.
Tho Siintu Itlt.i will probuhl) get
away cm S.ituid.iy
CHIEF PEBB HARRIED
Chief Engineer A. O p(; or the
oil hh inner Santa llll.i. v.htch nrilved
lids m lug rni'ii Pint !-,, Luis, r
now a mai i bd nrui. The ..oddlng
look place lu S.in Praiiclsco a shoit
TO PRESERVE PEACE
NEW MIRK, N. v., March !).
Anilicw Curneglo ban suggested u
plan ror pciiminont lutornutlonal
peine. He iironosea Unit Annnlm
hllllll ligieo to ilerond the llrltlul, mw.
bo-iloiih iiIoiik Iho Atlantic coast, and
iiiei.i III It nln shall clnronil tlio Aniiir
Ic.iii Pacific coast. IiicIiiiIIiil' IImu-mII
i nd tho Philippines,
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycic
jnoior, xyo, uomnlete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp''e South. St, j
kuiinl mi f tilifjjril' A-fti, L-