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EVBNlNa, BULLETIN, HONOiULTj. T. H , MONDAY, NOV. S, 1909
. Weekly Calendar
onolulu Commandery Red
t HawViW First Decree.
Honolulu Csmmandery Order
or the Temple.
' , nitioA i
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
!&ll vlsKJng rnem&eri ol tkt
Ofder are cordially Invited to
attend rollings of local lodges
jilt mil, n i
Meet on the
2nd and -lth
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
BEHEFlfcUL A?riATI0N. ciatVen. ell
, tABUDIIY V'DfJE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1
JCeefe every Monday evonlng al
f:I fll I. O. O F Hall, Fort StreM
i . K. 11. HENDRY. Secretary
( t. U. WlUivU, W. u.
All ftsltlrjff brothers very cordially
BAHuIlODOE, ITo. 1, SL of P.
Meets every first and tblrd frl
tar ev-iatng at 7:. 10 In K. ot P. Hall',
saraer tart and Beretanla Visiting
iretlierr cordlnliy Invited to attend.
P. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
v B. GOSLING. 1C II. S
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, D. P. O.
Elki, meats In their hall, on King
Itrett, uear Tort, every Friday even
In j. Visiting 'Brothers are cordlalb
(anted to attend.
H. A. DOUTHITT, E. K.
H. C. CABTON, Sec'y.
I fQNOEULU AEItL? 140, F. 0. JE.
Ueejtk on'tn .d aad 4th WKI
NBSDAY svenings of each month at
J: 30 o'clock It K of P. Hall, corner
iUrotanla and Fort streets.
' ( Vlall'ns Eaglet sr Inrlts-t to
VV. M. McCOY, W., Prast.
fftn. H'KBTLEY LODGE Ko.8, toOf.
Meets ev,erf ind nnd 4tb Saturday
turning at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor Fort and Beretanla. Visit
lac brother cordially Invited to. at-
t M MeGREW. 0. C.
E A. JACODSEN, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TULBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghta of
Pjthjas Hall. VUltlns brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
L. A.U'ErmY, Sachem.
' n. wflroDD, c. of n.t
lOB SALE AT ALL BAJtl
Thp Finest Bathing on the Beack."
Ucals At All Hoars.
WIRES, LIQUORS. AND CIOABJ.
W. 0. BEHQIN. Proprietot.
iLUNOIIEB md DEIHKI
The most poDniar
place in town1.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Port.
raak. Scully Jaolt Eobert
' Jleer on Tap
V. G. OHALMEPS
Qcjieral Contractor nnd Builder.
'Free of CharRe.
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San Francisco Hotels
Oeary Street, above Union Square
Jutt oppoilu Hottl St. Frsacli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furaUb.
lugs cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderatc rates. Center1 of tbaatra
andretaltdistrlct. Onctrllnts trans.,
ferringalloverclty. Omnibus meets
oil trains and steamers. Send for
J. Carlo, loan ofllcc, has bargains In
Jewelry and money to. loan. ,, (
do to tl'u I'anlilon Saloon vih'en you
want a delicious coliU drink, mado
Cn'r r.ml leiinl.i, lmrcuback riding
:in, I boii. in; me among the uttrnctloiu
.it llaiclwa. i ,
Balu of ladlef,' nnd children's ready
innclc hiiIIh and sklrtH at Dlom'n at 8
o'clock this morning.
(lurroy's now Htoru la now open.
t n-.cn nima, camuraa. and photo mip
plli'H. VUllom e1como.
S'lng Wo Tnl Co. have a flno selec
tion of Orlvntnl holiday gooda on dtB
play. Visit their store at 961 Nuuanu,
No man's unrdrobe is compleio
wllhout n bluo sergo suit. See tho
LeautloH ofrered by tho Kash for $20.
Ask jour dealer for an Ov.1 cigar.
It la tho best clear on the market for
tho prlco and joii ulll enjoy tho
Wah Chong Co. In the Wayorley
Block on Hotel street, have some very
flno suitings and dross goods, just
from tbe Coast.
You can linvo your hoimo wired nt
any tlmo by tho Union I.loctrlc Co.,
Harrison building, and they will wlro
jour Christmas treo If ou wnnt It.,
As an Initial holiday offering M. R.
Counter, tho Jeweler Is offering somo
flno senl rings priced from $2 up to
$20. Monogrnm In included In this
McIncrny'B Shoo" Store will hold a
grand sale of Indies, misses, children's
nnd Infanto' b!iom. next Miinday. Sou
their show wlndqws for pi Ices and
Ilon't forget, nhen yon want a beau
tiful, serviceable, natho hat, to call
nt tho Wuman's Exchange Hotel
ttrcct. the only placo whero they are
In be found.
Get n pair of Ilegil shoes If you
want tho most for your money. Wo
roll IU'gals for the same price they aro
told. for In Now York and clsgwhero
on the mainland.
Oriental druwnwork, Hawaiian sou
cnlrs In fans, baskots, mats nnd cal
abashes for Xmas. Hawaii & South
Si-nB Curlu Co., Young Bldg., Bishop
St., next to Cablo office.
Now Athletic underwear, n. V. D.,
goods, new shirts and pajamas, In
light wotg.it and pretty colors.
flno lot of new suitings at Yoe Chan
& Co.'s, King and Bethel, strca'j. .
Sachs' clearance Balo of ladles'
shirt-waists begins today. No fno
should miss tho opportunity to buy
theso goods at bargain, prices. Tho
annual Sachs' doll contest begins ten
A Arm line of wool sweaters, silk
gloves, kid gloyea, baby ribbon and
silk lisle hosiery has Just bean re
ceived by Miss Kate. Woodard and is
no sale nt her store on Fort street, next
to tho Convent.
Sufficient unto the day Is tho evil
thereof. Better, then, to consider
jour jncnts for tomorrow's dinner.
Tho Metropolitan Markot will supply
you with anything you want In the
lino. Hng vliono 45.
Toys! Toys! Toys! Immense as
sortment for tho l'olldnys n6w ready
at A. n. Arlclgh & Co., ITotol street,
opposlto Union. Arlelgh & Co. are
making n specialty of tos this sea
son nnd It will pay you to seo their
Intur-Islhnd and O. R. & L. shipping
bonks for sale
tt thn B nil Attn
onVfl. tf. aach
CHICKEN RANCH 7
1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Taller, with
flve-roont cottatre. Free Water. He
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wfre
ncttinrr fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
A iln- Won. OTT, Plrnnnnth linxlra
I and Wh. Lechorns. Qood Hone and
Batfijy. All for 1
lAho 5,4 acres unimproved, adjoin-
I inj above.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 SVKing St.
Hotel Stewart now recognised as
I address, 'Traweto." ABC Coda.,
I HOTEL 8TEWABT
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I LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bla Nlekal Scratch Pad for tala
at trpi V 1 1 a il n office foV Ave, cenfc
I on Inch thick, maBe up af two huh
jlrad shaeta of good paper. Six for a
quarttr. , -(.!
, Go to Blom's today.' .
Call and sea Mike Patoa at, the, En-
COX. i H HJ III,,. M ( 1
Millinery, new and reasonable. Mrs.
C. U Dlckerson, Sachs' Block. ,v
,, AulompCllea hack , ratek. ,y Bfnplre
sianu,, 1 uwva '..i iMinvi-anu nuiti
will meet In OdlTaliowj hall tt 7:30
T -- T I -TT j t 111
this cvcnlnp ,
Anything new-In the Iporting line?
Anything food In Ua Honor. Ilna! You
dan Ond.ljt at'Wa Wft JkofcA
t iuiui snipmeni 01 nv sucks 01
moll was hand jod by the postal, ofll;
claU on last 'Saturday. The mall-ar.'
rived by the Alamoda, as well as ship
toojital'rom tlnv'plliej- Islands tnjiklng
up tho aggregate.' -
Three, victims of Saturday .nlght
over-indulgence faced thq pcllco ma,;
iatrato this uomIng and cojly admit
ted having been hilariously Jagged.
Two wero as.'csacd nnoi- mtl, cosls
while the othi'r forfeited ball.
A mistake of datoajn, the announce
menta of tho Kllohapa, A,rt League
Chrlstmas-ifall and J Spnvenlr Sale,
roads "f iutrsday, and . Friday, Nov,.
12.13.1' It should read Friday and Sat
t.rduy, Nov. 12-13. Hours' 9 a. m. to 4
. For conducting a dyeing and clean
ingi establishment without having tak
en out a. license, Sakamoto, 0 Japanese,
was brought before Jtidgo Andrudo this
morning' and Ms caso ns In all other
instances, was continued over until
E. D.Tenney, manager of Cnstlo
Cooke, will arrive tomorrow morning
on tho LUrllnc ,
A license to wed was Issued Tues
day, morning to Carl Richard Flory,
cged 25 .years, a' native of Wyoming,
and Miss Josephine Bretlgan, aged 21
years, a native of Honolulu, and both
residents of t.cmooru. Lemooro (Cal.)
Leader, Oct. 23.
Of tho thirty-eight passengers arriv
ing at this port this morning by tho
Japanese llner.Nlppon Jlaru, tho great
er part aro returning missionaries re
turning to their respective stations in
Japan nnd China.
F. J. Church, from Maul. Is booked
lor passage to tho States by the Ca
nadian-Australian, IIiut MakitM.
A number, of legislator arq leaving
for Hawaii n'nd -Matij'.b tho. Inter
Island steamer Mamii Kca, among
them being Senator Palmer WoodsJ.
11. Brown: R. H. Makekau and W.T.
(Robinson, ana Representatives Keaia-
waa and. J. W. Moanuull. ,, , .
J. Waiter ,Doye. the Internal Revo.
t.ue representative, will mako a nusl
rcss trlu to Hawaii and Maul by the
Lteamcr Mauna Kca, leaving for th'o
Llg Island tomorrow at noon,
1 A' charge Of murder In-the, first de
gree hna'.tcen filed against iCasagawn,
a, .ippanene wbv is;-, alleged, to have
kllfed Rlrt, a' joung woman, The man
has been an Inmate of ihoiosplial
fclnco tho tragedy owing to an unsuc
cessful attempt upon his part to com
mit suicide. When 'brought before
Ju'dga Andrade this morning tho Jap
cnesc, at jtbo request' -of his attorney,
was glveq until NovemWr J? to plead.
, Saturday evening an elaborate ban
quct wad. given -4t 'the, Mochliukl Club
by the Japanese Merchant's' Associa
tion In honor otMho birthday of His
Imperial. afujeatytho Eroporor of' Ja-
1 U.i. ..iiiimHii'iu....
Iaji. vuivjuis w 'Q luniicn aiuius
end Territory; wefd nrcnnt.And It was
thej roost successful affair of tho kind
over given In honor' 'of the Mikado'
Governor Frear will hold a confer-
tnc, t(ila,(a'iter)i9ori at 4 o'clock with
Dr,',Vc(oriB. .CIafJf',who'ls,.to iakij
thn census .at ' Hawaii. . Others who
wljl bo jprcsenV'tdr discuss, tlfo best
i(iomoui. oij operation .win oe( oecre
tary Mott-Smlth'! Senator. W.'O, Smith
w. ii,,auDui, ur. uingnam, i-ror. yv.
D. Alexandor. Prof.M, M. Scott, T. O.
Thrum and It, D." Mead.
1 PERHAPS TONIGHT.
Should the. Makurn be .alongside
tho dock '.at 8 .o'clock tonight, Hon-
cough 'vyill appear; at ",the Opera
House hi 8:15. In' a splendid pio.
gram. The man who canMfaw wpll,
who adds- 'to hlslirtlstlc 'ahl'lltjes h
keen sense pf humor, wrho rceUes
well and sings comic songs well, Is
a man who can entertain- any audi
ence. Such a man, judging from
the1 press reports, Is Uengough, the
Canadian entertainer. The Sydnoy
tree, comments pn his entertaln
it thus: ...vl'iAn' 'inetantunepus
tucL'css was acQioveu oy ncngougn,
ihe Canadian - eartoonis't, reciter
and burieague artist, who onencd
hls.'Australlah tbiir oh Batiiruay.
Jlengpugh gets going nt a good pace,
rnd aueceods, Inkeeplns his audi
ence jjlaV iiWoki arid amtSse'dVheth
er'ho is ilashlni- off thlnrs at hla nn.
el, or 'spinning nttle talis oft, Inho
cence Stid" mirth between the ole
fin es. 116 Is a combination o'f many
enviable qualities and accomplish
ments. He Is a clever artist, with a
method as sure as It is wlft, a free-and-easy
humorist, and at all pofnts
n smart showman who has mastered
his business and who , unders'tauds
the value of tlmo." Seats are 'now
on sale at the Bergstrom Music
; una, iionomiucuioraca uieaning uo.
keep yout'clottta Ilka facw,', Ta.'l47.
.Hnrtiony IJbika'Udl'i ! O.'lo. F..
- a f
L Ji. H. Love
nraiias- aad Eolllne
iM!! Wl J 5M
u, w. jietiaagaii, rrep.
' THERl-yis genernl "complaining by
the 'man the inon down the mon do
our shipowners that they arc not
being treated with fairness by tho
uovcrntnent authorities In the mat
ter of transporting coal from Atlan-jfrelg.it today nnd would proceed to
tic coal ports to the naval stations Knw-nhuo tomorrow to tnko on cnt
on the Paclllc coast and the Phil-J tic for Honolulu. The stenmer Maul
.Ipplncs. It Is only naturnl arid, wns reported by the Iwnlanl as dls
'ilght that American cssels should charging freight nt Kuknlau. The
'be employed by the Government In,1 Iwnlanl mot with smooth suns along
'carrying, coal' and Kiipplles to our((the' Hamnkun coas't, but experlonced
'various naval stntlons If there are strong winds 'find -choppy sens on
u sufficient number of nvallnble ves- most of tho outward tilp. Tho ves
'selB for this purpose and If our
shipowners do not chnrge nn unrea
sonable rate for tierfoniilug this ser
vice. At the time of the gifent na-
val cruise fifty per cent inure tliau
the rale paid to foreign steamers w-us herctumorrow by the Canadian nnd
offered to American vessels for cur- Australian liner Mnkurn. This ves
rylng coal for the fleet It will bo tel Is reported by T. 11. Davlcs & Co.,
remembered that only one American t tho 'agents, us ltavlhg njnplc first
steamer was obtainable for this pur- class and second-class passenger 11c
poso. Recently 'however tho Gov- commodatlon. The ves.ee! will be
crncmnt chartered a forlcgn steam-' given ,n prompt dispatch to Victoria
er to tako coal from nn Atlantic nnd Vnmotiver, nnd will tnko out
bort to Honolulu at thlrteen-shll-
lings and nine pence per ton nnd
an American tfeamci was chnrterca
by private shippers to take coal from
the Atlantic coast to San Francisco
at eight dollnis per ton. Tills latter
as wjjl bo Been Is i considerable ad -
,vanco, pn the rute paid the foreign
vessel. It would seem that either
there are no-nvnlliible American ves.-
sels or Government ihurter of that
the Inducement offered Is not sum
clenta for our shipowners to with
draw'ihem fro mthclr present respec
live employment. It Is more likely
however that our shipowners are
looking to' the 'Government for great
er prohtB than Is warranted In ex
penditures of the latter for this ser
vice fund are not satisfied with (he
reasonable profit that the rate offer
ed by, It for transposing of the pa-
val coal supply would give them.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Mlka
bala from Maul nnd Molokal Is an, ar
rival nt the ort, bringing scvaral paa
s'cugers In the saloon and S on deck,
the 'freight list of tho Mlkabnla In
cluded 1C crates of chickens, l'l)9 bales
of, .hides, 39 backs of corn, 200 Backs
charcoal, and 115 packages of sun
dries. Tho vessel met with strong
northeast grades und heavy seas on
both tho outward and Inward trip.
ONE THOUSAND additional tons of
coal Ihib been discharged from tho U.
S, army transport Dlx and that ves
ol Is ux peeled will get away for Seat
tle either, tonight or tomorrow, The
pix Is, leaving n shipment of Japan
coal from the famous Millet mliics.
owned by the Mitsui Ilussan Kulsha.
It Is tho Intention to .dispatch tho Dlx
from Seattle for tho Phlllpplnos along
tho'flrat part of December.'
FIFTY-FIVE DAYS out from Nor
fok,.Va., the .British freighter Kllclmt
tan. with a shipment of about six tlmii
bandtonk of Pochantus coal, is dim to
arrive nt Honolulu any duy. Tho ves
tel' will leave tho shipment of fuel
consigned to tho navy department.
Th'o hoxt yesse! to arrive hero 'from
Norfolk (U tho British sloamer Lord
Elgin, which vessel sailed from the
coal port nftecn dajs itgo.
HOPE Iii EXPRESSED by tho offi
cers of thO Pacific Mall liner Man.
churla that tho big liner may soop. bo
nuenwun wireless telegraph. The
success of the Korea's, plant Is expect
ed will mean thnt the oilier vessels
in the Puclflc Mall servlco will bo sir
Marly oqulppcdfur long dlstanco com
munication at no distant date.
THE MATSON 'Navigation steam.
er Lurllnq, from San FranclBco with
flfty-slx passengers yand 2000 tontr of
general cargo, Is jluo to orrlvo at ilo
rolulu tomorrow afternoon. Tho ilur
lino will bo clven n nrnmiit illmmirh
as Iho vjosscl also 'has freight to the
nmount nf,(pqo tons pr.'Kahulul and
100 tons for Hllo.' ''
BALLAST IS NOW colnir Intn Iho
bark Apdrow felch and:bt vossol Ib
expected will getliwuv ifor" Hon Fran.
Cisco on Wednesday.' From tho bark
has been dlechargcd a largo general
Our Cutter Is
f ,?Ho Bogs.
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ExetTttinK and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nunanu Stream
THE INTHRISLANO sleftmer Nil
hau with 11 shipment or cattle Is ex
pected to nrrlvu hero on NvV'dnesduy.
The steamer Is reported by tho Iwn
lanl ns due nt 1'nnhnu to discharge
lei , brought nineteen packages
sundries tu tho nort.
1. . 1
A SMALL general
f 1 om
Australian pur'ti: Is due to arrive
lu the neighborhood of 1C0 Ions of
cnigu, Including lines of Hawaiian
products. The vestel will enrry
about u dozen passengers iirioidlug
to advance hooking;,
' CAPTAIN KELLY, tho popuhr nav
iMtor of tho bark Andrew Welch, Is
necking healing balm for Jolted nnj
lacerated anatomy ns n result of a
fmty mllu overland tour of the Inland
01 jauu on ine Hurricane ilecK or a
spirited horso. Cnptuln Kelly nnd a
party took In sovcial Interesting
points on tho wludwntd side of tho
Island on Sunday. Ho returned minus
Govern) generous Hatches of his onl-
dermls ns onu of th'o penalties of tho
rldo. Today. Captain Kelly would
nave uauod 1 no presentation or r,
wheeled Invalid chair with great Joj.
THE LAW RELATINO to tho In
spection of foreign vessels In French
l-orts by French officials tins been
put In force. The Inspection has
to tnko placo before tho dcparttiio
o fa vessel, but Is only to bo per
formed once In any one month. Tho
Inspection certificate costs 20 francs.
Vessels regularly visiting French
ports have, besides, to bo Inspected
on arrival once u jcar by n nauti
cal committee, for which tho chnrgo
Is five centimes per ton gioss, but
ttenniers classed 100 Al aro exempt
ed from the early Inspection.
ABOUT SIX THOUSAND tons of
coal from tho Atlantic coast or the
United States has arrived at tho port
by the British freighter Roniera. Thli
vessel halls from Norfolk nnd sho
came p the Islands In fifty-seven days
by tho way of the Btralts of Mngi'llin.
Sho came alongside the naval slip this
THE FIFTH CAVALRY dead-iuirt-eis,
band nnd willsted men ound for
tho Philippines fs. duo in nrrlvo heio
on or about. Filday by tho United
States army transport Shoildan. This
vessel sailed fiom San Francisco on
November Cth and should" roach Ma
nila tho flrsl, part of December.
A WIRELESS from tho Matson
NuvIgaton sjenmer llllonlnn re
ceived nt tho rigency of Castle &
Cooko reports that vessol as 1,100
miles out from Honolulu, voyaging
thiough light northwest winds,
smooth seas nnd long swells, mak
ing; about l"2 Knoti per hour.
IT IS EXPECTED that tho Inter
Ishnd steamer Hcleno wilt tnko about
ten ..lays In her trip from San Fran
cisco to Honolulu . Tho vessel Is io
turning after having underwent gen
t-rul nvcihuulInK and ropnlia on tho
THE ANNUAL Inspection of the
Oceanic steamer Alameda was mado
while that, vessol .renmlned at San
Francisco. This IsasBlgnod ns tho
reason for tho. delay of ono day In tho
sailing of tho vessel for Honolulu.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer
Kauai wns reported nt Popeokeo, tho
sicamor rnininii nt l'"iili'"i
steamer Nllhau at Honokaa and tho "? f'T"ur ,,',',,,rtl"1"y t tho
steiimqr Iwalanl at Kukulhaele by Zu'S , n9W, 5'"r "" KaM'
steamer Mauna Kca ' lo"' la"da' now ln c "" ' I-nuiI
of the Mitchell Cutter's School.
Think of that when ordering yoar
W. W. Ahana Co.,
68 So. King St. Vi Branchei,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, November 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov.
Ilk. II. 1. Itllbut, hvneo Oct, 9.
f YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 7:
S. S. Korea, henco Oct. 27.
THE AMERICAN schooner Allco
Cooko, thlrty-scveu dnjs from Port
Ludlow, has nrilved with u shipment
of lumber to the ngoticy of Lnweis
ifc Cooke. The vcbscl nrrlvcd off tho
harbor on Sunday evening, but was
too Into to receive 'attention from
the quarantine nnd customs officials.
Tho delay of tho vcbscl In arrival nt
the port was brought about through
contrary winds followed by calms.
A NEW RUDDER has been lltted
Into tho stenmer J. A. Cummins
while that vessel wns undergoing n
general overhauling on the marine
railway. The Cummins left the
ship yards this morning nnd Is
icndy to tako up her legular run to
THE ALAMEDA will be shifted
to the ltullwn wharf tomorrow
morning, whero the vessel will bo
supplied with general cargo, Includ
ing sugar und tinned pines. Tho
Alameda Is scheduled to sail for
San Cianrlsui 011 Wediusdny morn
IT IS icpmlcd that tho Drills.,
ship ltlveislde will tnko her depnit
lite for Puget Sound polls by the
middle of the week. The vessel ai
rlved heie-on October 27 with n
shipment of fcitllber from I.eltli.
THE LURLINE, it Mntfion Navi
gation liner, Is expected to nrilvo on
quarantine between 9 nnd Hi o'clock
tomoriow morning. Tho vessel Is
bringing over 2,000 Ions of freight
for this pott.
TWO THOUSAND eight hundred
and seventy sacks ot Hawaiian coffee
hnvo nrrlvcd ut Honolulu by the
bte.imcr Keanhou. This vessel in
lived fiom ll(iv:ill polls ycsteidny.
THE UNITED STATES AriiO
trmiBpoit Dlx salted for Seattle to
day. The vessel has been discharg
ing n shipment ot Iho thousand tons
of coal brought fiom Japan,
THREE LARGE turtles lnve lio
offered for sale nt tho Inter-Island
whnrf'hy Hnwnllans who claimed to
have caught Ilium off tho harbor.
A bill for an Injun'-tinn against
the Oriental Life liisiiriineo Com
pany nnd Deputy Sheilff ltoo wnu
I. led this moinltig by the nttorncv
for Chung Tain Slice, executor of
tho will of C. Wlnnni.
Tho bill dcclaies that tho Oriental
Life Insurance Compnny secured n
Judgment ngnlnst tho cstnto in tho
Kiim or $2,180.25, and that execu
tion wns Issued ngnlnst the piopeity
or the estate. Tho bill declares that
tho cstato Is now In piocess of bet
tlcment and that the pro'cedlngs
that led to the Issuance of the ece
cutlon were brought lle'foie the
stipulated period of two months had
elapsed In which to present clulmu.
"Cleverly arranged nnd artistical
ly cnriled out" was tho universal
verdict of tho rupbIs who attended
tho "Ladles' Night" Saturday eve
ning nt tho Commeiclal Club. ThO
program wns lit charge of R. Hueh
ly, chairman of tho entertainment
committee, who deserves great cicdlt
for his efforts. Tho decorations
wero beautifully arranged and the
evening throughout wns ono of great
Those who participated lu tho
piogram weie Muster Willnrd Abies,
Miss Helen Wood Lathi op, Evolyn
Nlles Giles, Miss Ruth I'lirrlngtein
and II. F. Wlchmun. Three accom
panists presided nt the plnno dining
the program. Mis. L. Tonnoy I'tck,
Mis. Bralnerd II. Smith nnd MIsh
Thoso deslilng of ncqulilng a homo
itead on tho Island of Hawaii will
for Rettlement, Tho lands nro now
being cultivated by tho Laupahoehoi
Hugai- Company nnd will bo clear of
tano in January nnd the CommUsloncr
of Public Lands will then proceed with
tho detalU Incident to tho disposal of
tho lands to prospective homesteaders,
HP BIULET.N AD8 PAY -MB
Monday, November 8.
Am. schr. Allco Cooke, fiom Port
Towiisend; cargo lumber.
T. K, K, Nippon Mnru, from Sail
Francisco' pass., gen. cargo.
r- ' -t
Monday, November 8.
U. S. A, T. Dlx, Ankers, for Seattle;
Stmr, MokolII, for Onhu porlri.
A.H. S. S. Pleiades, for San Fran
cisco via Knhutul; gen, cargo,
' T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mnru,
Yokohama, 5 p. 111.
Stmr, I. Ikelike, for Hawaii ports;
pass, nnd gen, cfirgo.
Stmr. Nocau, for Kauai ports; gen.
cargo, 5 p. m,
Stmr. J, A. Cumrnns, for Onhu ports.
I DUE TOMORROW I
M N. S. S. Lurllnc. from San Fran
cisco; pass., mall nnd gen. cargo, p. 111.
Dutch cr. Noordbrabant, fiom San
Francisco; on crulbo.
. . 1
Stmr. .Mauna Kca, for Maul nnd Ha
waii pn. tt; gen. cjigo nnd mall, noon.
Stmr. Klnau. for Kami ports; pass.,
gen enrgo, 5 p. m.
Stbr. Mlkabnla, for Molokal, Maui
jnd I, anal ports; 5 p .111.
CA. S. S. Mnkurn, for Victoria;
"ass. and gen. cargo. 11. m.
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
KianclFCO, 10 11. 111.
Per itinr. Klnau. from Nnwlllwlll,
Nov. 7 W. Wright, Mrs. HJorth. G.
Mony, Mr. Hogg, Miss Glbb, Mr. Carls,
Mr. Winters, .Mrs. .1. Acch, A. Black
leil, Mrs. Jennie Dins. Miss Rose Akl,
V. Kiisal.eia, E. I.ovell. W. Richards,'
1. A. Koarns, G. Smithies nnd 05 deck.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mnru, from
aim 'Francisco, Nov. 8. For Honolulu:
Rev. A. II. do llann Mrs. do llnnn, W.
W. Gnthrio, Mrs. (liitlnie. For Orient
al poits: Mlbs Riiso Amhruster, Mrs.
O. Kniimrn, Miss S. Nlshlmoto, Rov.
Otis Oury. Mrs. Othi Cary, T. Koto, M.
JzakI, MUs Edith Parker, J. W. Cham
bers, Miss Lucy I. Mend. Mrs. Mnry O.
Younir, Miss Ornco WyckolT, Owen Dur
fy, dipt. W. OrnyEiin, Rov. Thos. Mad
igan, Rav. W. O. Mcfntlro, Mrs. W. O,
Mcilntlre, Mnutcr Ray Mclntlro. Master
n.f. Ill Mtlntlie, JudBo Percy M. Mulr,
Mrs. Percy M. Moir, I.. II. Nellbon.
Mrs. Laura K. Owens, Dr. J. n. Pinion,
Lawrence II. Schwartz, Rev. M. Shlcl,
John 11. Steven, Ilert E. Sworn, W. A.
Todd. Mrs. W. A. Todd. Mrs. II. S.
Townsend, Mrs. Win. Row.
Per O. S. 3. Alameda, for Snn Fran
cisco, Nov. 10. -J. SeMon, Miss Sex
ton, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. C. M. Flgely,
Mrs. Estolle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Spons, Mrs.
i:. M. ficoby, Miss M. Leonard. Miss
,I. l'lsbcr, J. J. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.
N. J. Bly, O. Y. Patton, Monty Mont
gomery, John McDonald, Mr. and .Mis.
A. G. Stoll, Mrs. M. R. Swnrtz. Mrs.
A. B. Smith, M .Knight, D. S. IvIboh, L.
L. Sexton, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Wlso. Mr.
nnd Mis. Spencer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mitch
ell, Messrs. Poolo Roukes, R. Smith.
Miss M. Arnold, Wnlter Varncy, L. S.
Per Str. Mauna Ken for Maul 11ml
Hawaii port3, Nov. 9: Pulincr Wood,
Mrs. D. Qulnn, 12. Sanger, Mrs. II, H.
Ilentun, J. W. Doyle, W. F. Robin
son, J. II. Blown, R. H. Mnkcltau,
M. K. Kcalawna, J. W. Monnaiill, F.
L. Lyman, II. Vnn Vnll.enberg and
wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Water
house, Miss A. S. Iluldcn, Mrs. C. B.
Miller, II. Koldrack.
Per S. 8. Mukura for Victoria,
Nov. 0: Mis. J. II. Carter. F. J.
Church, Col. II. Perry, Capt. II.
Kiebs. Miss V. GUI, N. 11. a Stcnins.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai portn.
Nov. 9. R. Qulnn, R. A. KoaniB, Mrs.
II. D. Baldwin.
Per T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Mnru, for
Japan mid China ports, Nov. 8. Miss
I S. Olbbs.
Per str. Mlkohnln for Mnul and
Molokal poits, Nov. 9: Mlbs A
Unfold orrlved nt San Francisco from
Honolulu, Oct. 13.
Dlx, In port.
Logan, sailed for San Francisco on
Thomas, at Mnnlla. .
Shoridati. soiled fiom Snn Francleco
for, Honolulu. Duo 12th.
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Chlyrt Mnru, Nov, 14.
Vancouver Per Mararaa, Nov. 13.
Colonies Per Mnkurn today.
Malls will depart for tha' following
polntc as follows:
Sin Francisco Per Alnmedn, Nov. 10.
Yokolnma Per Nlnnon Maru Nov ft'
Vancouver Per Mnkurn, Nov. 9.
uiiouios Per Marsma, Nov. 1ft.
Four lay-over tmssencVa r, rr
lulu nrrlvcd this morning by the T K
'K. steamer Nippon Muru fitmi San
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