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FORCEGROWTH performs wondersbut in a simple, natural way. It enriches the soil by supplying the special qualities in which 'It
is lacking. All plant life is revitalized within a1 few days, arid pale, sickly vegetation revives and grows luxuriantly.
Hawaiian Pertilizer Co., Ltd.
All visiting memberi of tht
Order are cordially larlted to
mend meetings of local lode
EAitauNY IQUUE, Mo. 3, 1 0. 0. 1.
Meets avery Monday evening t
1:80 In I 0 O F Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDUY, Secretary.
F D WICKE, N. Q.
All vlMtiug orothers very cordUUy
OAHl) LODGE, No. 1, X. ol P. 1
Meeu ever nrst and third Frl-
lay evoulug at 7:30 in K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordlully Invited to attend.
P. I.. NUOENT, C. C.
n. UOSLINQ. K. R. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. F. 0. E.
, Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, mar Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, P. 0. S.
f Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock lu R.. ot P. Hall, corner
v Beretanla aud Fort streets..
i .VUltlng Eagles ar. Invited to t-
W. -M. McCOT, W., Prest.
H MOOUE. Secy.
H7ti M'lUlttE IOECE No.8, X.ofP.
Mee's eve v i,nu and 4th Saturday
veulas at 7:.Sif o'clock In K. ot V.
Unll, cur. Fort aud Heret&nta. Visit
Icr lirnthera cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McQREW. C. 0.
E. A UCOBSEN. K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets ever) first and tftlrd Thurs
'days of eacb month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. VUltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
"" 203 :dd Buildinrr. Phone 655.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
OWL AUTO STAND
' ' ,. 0. T. Green, Prop. H. L. White, Mgr.
Phone 018. '
V Hotel St Entrnncc to Rink.
r Autos at All Hours.
pjg For tV cards a Bulletin.
Building; Phone 272 Jactory at
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppciitt Hottl St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lugs cost $200,000. Hlghclasshotel
ot moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retalldlstrlct. On carllncs trans
ferring allover city. Omnlbusmeeti
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
riotel Stewart now recognized at
address, "Trawets." ADC Code.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
1128 Fort St,
Your machine will be realy for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5
C. It Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop St:,
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Your Automobile Top
The W.W.WRIGHT C0..Ltd.
King, near South. '
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 184.
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Iwilei. - , .. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for sale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call and sco Mlko Patun at tho En
core. J. T. Molr of Ouoinea sailed for tho
Dig Island yesterday
Mrs. 0. C. Hofeaaril will bo at the
Young hotel for n few daj'H, having
J. A. Scott, mauuger of tho Illlo
Sugar Company, cft by tho Mauiin
Kea for Itlln jesterday.
A. Oarlonbcrg nnd J. J, Pago wero
departing passengers for Mnhuknna
by the Manna Kea )estorday.
It you want a good job dono on on
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 8t.
P II. Copolnnd and wlto nre reg
istered at the Hawaiian hotel. They
are from San Francisco and may stay
a couidc of months In the. Islands.
The ladles of Kallhl church arc to
havo n sale of liuu chicken at tho Ilal
tlmorur Dairy on Fort street, Saturday,
October IGth from 11:30 to S p. in.
Harry Murray hati severed his con
nection with the Associated Oarage
and his placo has been taken by Mr.
Odcll, who arrived from tho Coast
E. II, l.owls will glvo a lunch at norm
tomorrow to tho auto llcry men of
the city. Thcro lire forty In the busi
ness and Lew la has been at It five
Why run the risk of loss from flro
or robbery when ou can rent a safe
deposit box fiont'tlio Hawaiian Trust
Compnny, Ltd., for a cent and a half
I Chalmers Graham, tho traveling rep
resentative, for tho Vulvollno Oil Com
pany, was a departing passenger for
llllii and Hawaii portH by tho steamer
Maunii Kea today.
Among tho Honolulu people who
sailed for Illlo by tho stcamet Mauna
Kea at noon today were -Mrs. Emma
Dieler, E. A. Mott-Sinlth, Mrs. Moll
Smith and sou, A. W. Illinois.
A petition wns prcsenteil today by
which I.elnanl Winkler, widow of tho
lato Otto Winkler, secures letters of
ndnilrdstration and Is nppolntid guar
dian of Oeorgo Winkler, a minor. Tho
Imentory of tho cstato sIiowh it to
bo worth M210.20.
NEW DRESS FOR
II Q. M. Arcona, tho German cruis
er, which has been visiting tho port,
will Ball for San Francisco bedecked
with n fresh coat of paint. Today
tho smart Iwar vessel was moro or
less enveloped In coal dust. Detwceit
one and two hundred tons of fuel was
taken aboard during tho day. Coaling
operations commenced at 8 o'clock In
the morning nnd the work was com
pleted shortly after .1 tills afternoon.
Tho Arcona Is scheduled to sail for
San rrancUco on Thursday evening.
SEE SUGAR MADE
Tho officers connected with the Gor
man cruiser Arcona wltnesred tho pro
cess of convortlng cano Into first
grado sugar 'yesterday hftornow.
Four automobiles carried a parly of
twenty-four to Halctwn, whcio a tif
fin was served.
On tho return to Honolulu, thoMslt
Ing olllcers wereMaken through Iho
sugar mill at Honolulu plantation, The
officers were greatly ltiter.tte ) In the
operation of cane grinding at)d the vj'
rlous processes. which' thu pioduct of
tho Held was subject bofora It became
DRIVERS OF RACING
AUTOS ARE SCARCE.
New" York, Sept. 18. Drivers of rac
ing automobiles nro so scarce it Ih like
ly that a number of well known cars
will not be ablo (o compete, in auto
mobile racing events scheduled for the
nuar future. Soveral prominent driv
ers' have wllhdrawi) from the racing
(lack because of the great danger.
Competent recruits are dlllicult to ob
tiln Crick drivers who nro willing
to risk their lives command enormous
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
No Dampness. No Bugs.
das. H. Love
Officers and Bookmakers
Indicted For Conspiracy
NEW YORK, Oct 4. The olllcers of tlio llronl.lyii nnd Brighton
Beach Jockey Clubs, together with twenly-lHo. booKuiakerH, three polled
officers nnd live deteethes, were Indicted today by n grand ptirj on n
charge of lonsplracy Jo allow betting to he. tariled on lu inuiieitlon
with the racing on the clubs' tr.icl.tf,
AMERICAN MINISTER TO CHINA ORDERED TO RETURN.
SAN FltANCISCO, Oct. 4.-('Uailea II. Ciane. American Mlnikler
to China, who la here lu leudlness to leave fur the Orient as n ikiwii
ger on tho U. S. Arm) transport Thmmis, lias rerelved it mtddtn mes
sage recalling him to Wushtngton The Minister slates that he Is to
confer with Sccretnr of State Knox, but bejnnd this will give no ex
planation of the sudden aud Uliexpeiled dislie on the Societal y In ken
O'BRIEN IS COMING.
Thomas J. O'llrlui. Anibass.id.ir In .Innan. vvhn wn.i niriiniu.iin ln'-
Mlnlster Hrnnn tn thi. Orlpnt will
Minister will follow mi tbo Koieu, ti sail fiom Run I'raiuhHi uu Octo
PRESIDENT HAS NO KNOWLEDGE OF MINISTER CRANE'S RECALL
HACKAMI.'NTO, Oi t 4. -l'rlsldent Tnft. Intervlewid lieio today le
gardlng the suildcn change fiom Wnshlngtnn In Iho pl.ius of Mlnl'ster
Crae, stated that he bus no knovvledgo (oneeinlng tliu Ministers Hcall
1 DO GEWEBax
Drayini; and ExpresiinK
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. McDourhII, Prop.
THU STi:AMi:il MAUI, from Ha
waii ports, was an arrival jesterday
morning, bringing a full cargo but no
passengers. Included In tho Maul's
freight list was 3880 sacks or O K P,
Gi'.S sacks of Davis A, and 32. sacks of
N A sugar. Ninety-four homl of cat
tle, 31 bales of hides, 17 hacks of cof
foe and 11 packages of sundiles also
(1KNF.IIAL I.IN13 of c.ngo was
taken by the steamer Mauna Kea,
which sailed for Illlo via Koua ports at
noon today. The vessel can led a
largo list of saloon and deck passen
gers bound for Iho various ports of
cull. Several" pi onilneut Honolulu peo
ple left by tho Mauna Kea.
THU STRAMIUl Knterpilso Is re
ported us making a direct trip from
Han Fruurlsco to Honolulu nnd is duo
to nrrlva hero on Thursday. In addi
tion tn pubscugcrs and a small gener
al cargo, the Kntcrprlso will bring
down two hundred ami sixty bags of
THKIli: IS A llltRAK of an oven
two weeks hatwteat tho in rival of Pa
cific Mall steamers voyaging between
tho Orient and San Francisco. Tho
next steamer to call at Honolulu from
Hongkong will 'bo tho T K. !C. liner
Nppon Maru, which vessel Is due to
artlvo hero on 6clober,lfi. In urrting-
Blue and Black
In 1Q and 25 lb. Packages at
E. O- Hall & Son, Ltd
eniittmi,. Ma ImiMmv ' 'rim ,t.,ur
Excavatinp and Fillinj.
Vineyard St., Eva of Nuuanu Stream
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel aud
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
lug Iho Pacific .Mull schedule, along Iho
first pa it of the )etr It was found
that IhlH rnlher extended break In the
dopuitiircn Ironi Honghting was tut
uviildoblo. It Is picdlUed thai tho
Japanese tines will bring n laigu pjii
I eager and u big Height list fiom the
various polls of call tliioughout the
I THIS IS THi: llrst vlHll of Iho Amer
I lean schooner Dipulu to the Hawaiian
Islands. This vessel Is now layng at
lllshop wharf, vvliero n shipment of
HIS.UOO feet of lumber Is In lug dis
charged. The consignment rotnes to
Lowers i- Cooke. Tho Kspada nnlved
hcio some, days ago fiom Abouleen.
I TODAY IS Iho ono bundled and
twenty-ninth day out for I lie. llilllsh
ihlp HIv 'rsllo which vevsel Is repoit
od lu have tailed from l.eltli, Scotland,
for tlio Hawaiian Islands. Tho vessel
Is understood as bringing n rousldei
ablo quantity of fertilizer, and gm
AWAITING A C'AItnt) of sugar des
tined for Sun I'luni-lsto Hie American
bark It. P, Itltlict Is hi.ving nt Illsliop
wharf. Tlio vessel i nines heio ion
signed to C. llrevver fi. Company, ,td
Tlin STUAMi:it NIIIIAU Is icpnit
eil by Piiisor Doimld Kent of tint
steamer Muni ns to st irt taking on
suuir nt Hnnnkna lodi
Some light-weight Roods of su
Dorior quality just received that will
ntakc up into very stylish clothes,
W. W. AHANA CO,, TAILORS.
62 S. King; St. No Branches.
nnd King Streets, Honolulu,
I IN FOUCIOM P0RT8 t ARRIVED '?
IN FOUCIOM P0RT8
Tuesday, October 0.
SAN ntA.NTI.se O-Ai lived (let 5:
I S 9. Alam-ila, hence Sept. 211
SUN I HANPISPO - Halluil Oct 5:
S. S. Mongolia, 2 p. in., fur Honolulu.
Honolulu, October -I.
POUT UIUI.OW Kullul Oct 1:
Sehr. Alleo Cooko for Ilnnnliilit.
YOKOHAMA AriJted Oet 1:
S. H. (Jliljo Mitrd, hiiieo Sept. 21.
PORT T0WNSi:NI- Arrived Oct 2-
Selu. I.ottlo lleuiiett fiom Kaliului,
ONi: IIIJNI)Ui:i n-id Ihlrlj live days
out fiiiiu llnmbiirg. Hie lliitlrh ship
KlickciidhrhUitthlic Is iliil'y expeeld '
to aiilve at llouolulu with u general
rargo of meirhundh'o from vailoiu
Kinoixaii tiorts, Tito ililp and her
eaigo will come to Hie iigeuey ot II.
Ilurkfclil fi f'o.
Aiioi'T si:vi:n iiundih:!) tons or
Liigar will be taken li the Ameile.in
haikeitluo limgai'd when Hint vessel
sails for San Fiiine'seo. The lrmgard
will lii illrpatiluil Ihioiih tho ugenej
of F. A. Heli:ii'fir Co. ami the vessid
Is expirled lo get away mi or nbiiiit
IT IS i:XPi:CTKI lint Hie Mnlsnn
Mile steamer llades vvlll be roal Tor
Uwpiitf.li llilta ftveiting. "I he vewel is
dcHlliieit riir Sun Francisco un 1 en
mute will cull nt Kleele nt I Kaliului
wheie about six thousand Inns or taw
sugar will bo t-tkeu on for Ilia c.nst.
AMONG TI1H V,'INI).IAMMi:itS now
nt the poit awalllng dlsp'itih Is the
Ainerlrnu schnoner Snphlo Christian
sen. 'IhlH vessel but Ik ell dlrrb.irglug
u thlpment of Paget Sound liiiubei,
which eauie lo the ng( uey or l.ewern
OF CAWD PINES
Lurline Takes Ovcr2I,000
' Cases - Repairs At
Tho Malhon lln r ViilHno will le
celve a general oveihaiilliig and lo
lulls al San I'laneUeii uion her nrilv
al tit Hint port "Ihls will necessitate
Iho l.iiillnu's lemaluliig al the Golden
Gale elty until tbo first part of No
Aei Hiding to Infm illation received
help Iho l.urlluo is expected to bo
reidj Tor u ii-Bumptloii of bur inn to
(he Islands on or about November ltd
Olio or the l.ugest shipments of
canned pineapples leaving llouolulu In
man) months was taken by tbo I. inline
whin sho suited lor Sail riancisco
Eboilly after 10 o'clock Ibis
morning Tlieio was over twentv-iuio
thousand noes of the Hawaiian fiull
Included In tint height list Ii nihil
Hon tho I. Ill lino curled IMIU (nils or
tugar for coast rellueiles nnd WOO
biu.elies or bananas.
Theiu was a goodly list of pussen
gers, among vvliom wus CiiptJln and
Mrs. lleigcr. Tlio bind leaier goos to
Iho coaKt on hlo mintiil vacation.
The I.ail Ali' my poor man, what
bioiight von In this?
Hum!) Spikes- Mo reel, mum. Yer
illln't llilnk I wns wealthy enough to
hlu a luxlcali did ) on? Chicago Tilb
line r.i'i i rrw Ann pav -r 43
Wiilthnm watch, between Judltlnry
building and Foit St. Huttiui lo
this olllio and leeelvu iiivvard,
I Tuesday, Oetnber fi.
Hlmr. Maui, fiom lluwail pints. No
paseiigers. Sugur and Eenenil rargo.
TiioviIii), Oclober .";.
M, N. S S. I.iirllne, Wieden, for
San Friiticlsen, HI n. ni.
M. N. S. S. Ilyniles, for I'oit Allen,
Kaliului nnd S.in.'1'rniielseo, 10 p, in.
U. S. Pacllle lleet (eight cruisers),
Selnee, for Nares llatbor, Admliult)
Islands, on cruise, 2 p. in.
Slmr, Manila Kea, for Illlo and wnj
ports, 12 noon,
U. S. A. T. Hufoid, from Manila via
Nagasaki, p. m.
Slmr. Mlknhuln, for Molokul and
Maul ports, C . in.
Stmr. Noeau, for Kauat irts nt fi
Slmr. Kauai, for Honokna, at r, p. m.
Stmr. Klniiii, for Knu.il Kirts, G p. in.
Slmr. w. G. Hull, Thnmp'iiii, from
Kauai, a. in.
V. N. S. !). Illliiiilini, for Kn I'niii
ilsro, in n. in.
Slmr. Ki-niihoii, for Mahukona :m,l
Kawalhae. n'. 2 noon.
German cruiser Aicnnn, Sclnoeder,
lor Sun l'lunclsco, p. m.
Slmr. V. (1. Hull. Tor Kauai pints,
ill Ii ii. in.
!' - .3,
I PAS8ENGER3 DEPARTED
Per slmr. Mnun.i Ken ror Illlo Oct
ft N. hegavva. It. Silld, Mis. i:iiiina
Dieler, Miss A. Conk. H. A. Alott
Sniltli. Mis Mott-Smllh. Miss I,. Moss
111 ill, Mrs. P. K. Abe, A. W. K.un -s.
Mrs Ilalnl nnd child II. Uuiloii,
i:. V. Paiupb'dl. Geo llrowii Pn.
morn Giuliani. II. T. Mills, N S. U in
on Mrs A Knlnulo. Mrs. II Wilght.
Miss C Iliunn A. Garlenberg. C Ges
die, Capt Cistner W T. Havvllns,
Papt. Fulls .1. .1. Page. G. r. Dux,.
Mrs G. V. Hush. II. W Pmklns, P I..
Ileal. Miss Pom lllelsdell. IM1111 A.
I'erklns, MIIiIipiI l.-it go. Jiidge S II,
Dole, .1. A. Scolt, .1. T Molr J W.
Oroto .1. S. II. Pratt. Pror. llliiglniu.
Mis. Geo. Mann Mis. .1, M. Aslor
gaaid. I.leut. Kllgoro.
Per M. N. S. S I.utllne, for San
Finnelsio. Oct n. J. II. Drew, Mrs.
Drew nnd child, Donald G Curpeiilor,
MrsPnrpeiiler, Mlsn Hazel Moalek.Mrn.
P. M. C01A0 Jr and 2 ehlldieu, Mrs, M.
Mornsky, Mb a Anna Pails, Capt. nnd
Mrs. II. llerger, Mr. nnd Mrs. May
dwell, Mr and Mis. l.ov). Mis. ., F.
l'olsoin and it.iintliti.-r. M. r. llrovvn.
.Mrs. Ilroivn and ihlld, Miss IlnypH.
.1. M. Hn) eg, .1. Wiseman, Mis. Giirrey,
Per M. N. H. H. Illloulan" .for San
rniiilsi-o Oct. CMIss Loiilho Perry,
Mrs. A. MucI'liall. Miss Macl'hall, Mr.
and Mih. C. Cutter, !. Todd. Mrs. T.
O Nuvent, Mrs. .1. M. H.tjes and uls
ter, Mis, J. Wilson, Miss Knlhoilnii
Knight, Dr. W. O. Rogers nnd wlfo.
Mrs. A. Mlllls, Dr. H. S. Onodhuo, Mm.
(Xnoilhuo and daughter, Mrs, ,W. J.
Gniduor and dnughtor, John ltaulz.
Per stmr. KI11.111, tor Kauai nuts
Mm. Hi-noil. Mrs. Ilorgaard, .1 11.
Kelrheiiii, Illsliop l.lbert, A. S. llnvv
no)', C. A. Hleo Francis G:,y, Mra.
QIHTi: A (J1JANT1TY of entlli In
tended to aid In Iho ptopog.itlon of
plant lire nt far off Midway Island left
for Iho mld-Paclllc entile station last
evening bv tho cnblo ship Flaurenev
Wind Tho supply ihlp nlsti etrrleil
n vii led ntsnrlinuiit or niipplles for the
ttaff or llii- eib'u cinnii-uiy.
ACCOItDINO TO HHPOIIT brnuglit
to Honolulu by tho steamer Maul tlio
liitei'lsliiiid steamer Iwulant was at
Kukulhuolo when tho Maul sailed from
.iMi-ifeW t J AH& ''.. w.
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