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BVBMIKO BOLLBTm, HON0MJL0. T. ., SATURDAY, NOV. 20,' 1909.
lieah! Chapter No. 2-
AH visiting members of tho
Order atv cordially invited to
attend incetlngiof local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 ?. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' . Am
BENEFICIAL ASS"SIATION. ciationj cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Momliy evening at
7:".0 In I (). () P Hull, Port Street.
i: It. HP.NDUY, Secretary.
P. ll. Wlcko, N. O.
All visiting lirotliUH very cordially
OAlill LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nml third Prl
ll.ty evening nt 7SS0 In K. ot 1. Unit,
tornor Port and llcrctniiln. Visiting
brother (orillally Invited to attend.
v. it. nucii:nt, c. c.
il RusiiiNa, k. n. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on th'o 2nd nml 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of-P. Hall, corner
ilerctnnln and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles ore Invited to at
tend V M. MrCOY, W. Pres.
II. T. MOOttK, Secy.
Wm. M'KINLEY IQDfjE No.8,K.ofP,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
Hall, cor. Port nnd Ilorctnnln. Visit-
ttir hrotlicrs cordially Invited to nt
tend. P. M. McOIlEW, C. C.
i;. a. jAconsoN, k. it. s.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thuru
Jays of ench month at Knights of
I' thins Ilnll. Visiting hrotlicrs cor
dlally Invited to attend.
I.. A. PEWtY, Sachem.
E. V. TODtl, C. of R.
GRAND "AT HOME"
ON BOARD IDZUMO
HONOLULU LODQE G10, B. P. 0. E.
I Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. P. O.
fi i:iLs, meets In their hall, on King
Blrcet. near Port, every Prlday even
ing. Visiting Hrotlicrs arc cordially
Invited to attend.
13. A. DOUTIIITT, E. It.
II. C. KASTON, Scc'y.
Captain Isnm Takoshltn. command
Ing Ills Imperial Jnpinc-so Mnjcstv'a
crulmr lilzmno, assisted Jiy Consul
llmernl l'H'io, Is giving an c-lahorato
"at hiime" on hoaid tin- ship this nf.
tornoml to loc.il people. Invitations
have hcoii Issued to Iho Actlhg Gov
ernor, the Major, and the heads of
tho Pcdcial ntnl Territorial Ootcrn
mtnts 'Iho officers of tho United
States Arm) nml Navy are nmong the
The ship Is itplemlldly decorate 1
with tho Hags or nil nations and na
val colors. The offleers of the" lap-
iiiieso warship. In their neat white
uniforms, iccelved the gnosis, as they
arrived at the wharf, ami wcro usher
cif on to the ship. Incllnkd among
tho guests were the officers of the
Itnllan warship Cnlabiln, which arriv
ed this morning from San I'ranclbco.
This inoriilng, Captain Takcshlta,
received tho teachers and pupils of the
Jnpaueso Schools In Honolulu. To
night, Captain Takeshlta will give a
banquet on board tho ship, to n limit
ed number of guests, principally prom
inent Japeneso merchants of the city.
Inter Island and O. K. & U shipping
Looks for sale it tho Dull tin
Oflleo. K0 arh.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
this morning. As the costs amount
to about $3G0, tho penalty Imposed!
Ih severe. If Uchlvma Is not able
to paj the amount ho will have to I
servn thlrtv dais" Imprisonment. '
Tht Big Nickel derated Pad fer'ole
at the i u 1 1 1 1 n'offict fer'flvt ctnti,
li ohe Irieh thick, made up of two hun-
ureit sheet of good paptr, BU for
1 Auto-Tall) ho, picnics, parties
New tailor-made waists at Whitney1
Read "How to Drew the Baby" In
the "Arnold" catalog
Millinery, now and reasonable. Mrs.
C, U Dicker-son) Sachs' mock.
v Don't forget that the Dlshop Trust
Co. handle real estate and .rentals.
Fine copperplate engraving nnd
printing nt Reakbane's, Fort street.
A new tenals court Is b( Ing erected
on the makal side of Dorcl inla avenue.
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone 213. tlethel and Hotel.1
Salmis' served with light lunches' at
the Haltlmore Cafe, Hotel-street, con
tain tho best of ever) thing.
A case of Mrs. Kcarns' Gold Medal
preserves makes a fine Christmas
gift. Order early.
What about jour halt It's time It
was seen to. Call In Tho Expert Hat
Cleaners. Work guaranteed. '
Anything new In the sporting line!
Anything good In the liquor1 llneT You
can find It at "The Two'Jackr"
Tho decided Improvement in the op1
pcarance of Thomas Square Is much
appreciated by the city In general. .
The Marino football team practic
ed nt Port Shatter vesterday nffer
noon nnd found the ground a good
one to play on. (
Coat your Iron roof with "Arabic."
You will be aurprlsod at its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents. '
Tho II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n office was besieged
fills' morning by minimis Yale and Har
vard men nil enquiring as to the re
sult of the- big football game.
Supervisor Docliu complains of n
scarcltv of labor. lie savg tliut men
won't do County road work when they
can get good steady Jobs on tho llllo
railroad extension work or on tho
Two plain unadulterated drunks ono
sailing under tho oft abused name of
Illchnrd Iloo faced Judgo Andrado at
police court this morning. Ono -drew
it flno of three dollars and tho fixings
while the other forfeited ball of six
The local branch of the National
Red Cross Society Ii.ivh Just tecelved
00,000 Itcd Cross Christmas stnmps.
It was decided at a meeting of the
society, held nt the homo of Mrs.
Joseph P. Cooko yesterday, to place
the stamps on snla as noon as ar-
angements cut tin made.
City Transfer Co.
' Jas H. Love
I Island Trtnifer.
DO GVKrvr '"' "" Excavating- and Filling.
Sravinr and ExortninB
Wood and Coal Phone 588
O, W. McTJougaU, Prop,
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nunonu Stream
With flagB of all nations unfurled
to tiio brcezo from tho smart Italian
cruiser Calabria, that vessel round
ed her nine days leisure!) voyago from
San Francisco early this morning nnd
tho war vessel is now along sldo thu
number 3 naval wharf thoro In remain
for the next Week" or ten days.
Tho visit of the Italian vessel to Ho
nolulu nt this particular tlmo is ex
significant. Today Is the natal
day of Queen Margaret the mother of
the sovereign ruler of Italy, the voting
King Victor Emanuel,
Tho Calabria, experienced n flno
trip down from tho coast. Tho vcrsel
was among the largo number of visit-
Ing war ships which participated In
thu naval mancuveia held at San Fran
cisco during tho Portola festivities.
The officers and men are loud In their
praises over tho hbspltnllty extended
them by tho Calfornlans. They nre
keenly alive to tho expectation of hav
ing another season of plcasiiredurlng
the stay at Honolulu.
Tlio Calabria was visited this morn
ing by Admiral Ilos who paid his res
pects to tho commander of the Italian
vessel. Tho hlg guns fi'om the Cala
bria boomed forth a snlnlo of twenty
F. A. Sehncfer, dean of tho local
consular corps, nnd the rcpicsentnttvo
for Italy also visited tho war vessel
during the morning hours.
The ship will tnke on a supply of
coal nt this port sufficient to carr
her to Yolfohamu and then to Shnn
glial. The Calabria is soon to take
station In China waters' and will mi
pciccuu ino itniian eiuiser iiiiriij
which has boon a familiar figure along
the Yaugtso Itlv'er nnd down the China
coast tci Hongkong,
Tho Pugllu'wlll'leavo for home soon
nfter thu arrival' of the Caluhllfl
i IN FOREIGN PORT!
PrM.iv. November 19.
SAN FliANCISCO Arrived Kov. IS:
. S. Pleiades, from Hllo, Nov. U.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 19:
. S. 8. Nippon Maru, hence Nov. 8.
SEATTLE Arrived Nov. 19:
U, H. T. Dlx, henco Nov. 8,
MEMO Mall for San Francisco, per
S S. Asia, will close tomorrow (Sat
urday) Jit 7 a. m.
Malls aro duo at
points as follows:
San Francisco Per China, Nov.
Yokohama Per Hongkong Maru
Vancouver Per Makura. Dec. 10.
Colonies Per AorangH Dec. 8.
Malls will depart .for the followlng
polnto as follows:
San Francisco Per Aslt, today,
Yokohnlna Per China, Nov. 23.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Uec. 8.
Colonies Per Makuin, Dec. II)
Hi Lit MAJiAt HI III
Projects of n Marathon rnco nt Hlla
on New Yeir's 11j' seem tit bc'hitght.
and it Is expected that three prizes
amounting to $t7fi' will be provided
by the 'raco club."
Frank Antlrade, who Is In eh irgu of
the ttllo eVent, considers that h fifteen
mile' race wiluld bo best and that. If
Tsuknmnto, Kuoo, Jackson and Puliy
entered, thorA would ho an exciting
struggle1. There; mo several oilier
long illstnnconinners In the Hllo ills
trier nnd n lino rdco should event
Basinets and Evening Clothes made for
VV. W. AHAN(t& CQj.
02 So. Xin-r St; No Branch.
ACCOHDINO TO n wireless received
Ihi-ough Mm ngenc of Castle &' Cooko
the Mhthon Navigation liner Illlonlan
front San Francisco to Honolulu, was
11C0 miles off the port at 8 o'clock last
fight. Tho, Illlonlan reported south.
east winds, smooth seas, a barometer
uf 30 23 and the temperature OS 'de
grees. Everything reported as all right
en board. i
' PUHSER PHlI.I.tPS of the inter Is
lalid steanll-r Muuna' Koa, which ar
il veil from Hllo this morning, reports
the' following shipping at the .Hawaii
ixirt: The Matson steamer Enterprise
errtved there on Friday' with general
cargo, the W. Hi Mnt-ston Ik loading it
shipment of 'railroad llo.i und- Ihe
tchooner Oceania Vance Is discharging
lumbc-r brought fiom the const.
1NTEIVISI.ANI) 'shipping nt Hawaii
and 'Maul ports as lepnrted by Purser
Phillips of the steamer' Mauna Kea. In-i-lddes
the steamer Knliilnlil at Haka-
lad, Muill at Papnaloat Iwalaul at1 Ma
liukouli ailil the steme's Mlkahala and
Claudlue nt l.nhnlna.
CHAIH.E3 P. DOE general mali
nger of the North Pacific steamship
Company, suvs tho Santa Clara, which
he tici'iitly purchased, will' he placed
ri thu regular service between Port
Itml and San Francisco if Plans not
iinder'wiit call lid perfected.
Friday, November 19.
Ger, bk. Alexander Isenberg, Hehr
lug, from Hamburg, 5:30 p. m.
Saturda,, November 20.
It. Cruiser Calalnln from San Fran
cisco, on cruise.
Am. schr, Mary E. Foster,. Thomp
son, from (Ira) s Harbor.
Stmr. Manna Ken, from Mnui nnd
Hawaii ports; pass , "majl and gen.
cargo, a. m.
M. N. S.
S. lljadcs, from Seattle;
Stmr, Ilelene, for.Paauhati and Ookn-
la; gen. cargo, 4 p. in.
fV , m
I s' v
A.-ll. Alaskan, from Seattle; gen.
Stmr, Klnaii, from Kau-il. portn;
pass, and gen. cargo, a. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, from Maui ami Mo
loknl Krtn; pass, and gen. cargo, a. m,
Per P. M. 8. S. Asia, for San Fran
Cisco Mr. and Mrs, W. .1. White. A.
J. de Soma. Wm. nrunc.
NINE DAYS from Hllo, tho Amor
lcai!llawallan chartered stea.ncr Plo
Indcs, with n shipment of tugir nlul
other products from the Hawaiian Is
lands, has nrrlved nt San Pinnclscj.
It Is understood that the Pleiades will
not bo seen In Hawaltan-watcis agiln
lor an Indefinite time. Tho vessel wl'l
remain under dinner by tho American-
Hawaiian line, hut will be used In Iho
tinnsportatton of general caigo and
lumber between Pacific Coast ports.
SMOOTH 8EA8 have been met with
by the Matson liner l.urlhle, which, ac
cording to a wireless from tho steam
er dispatched at 10 o'clock last night,
reported tho vessel as 770 miles from
Honolulu. All well on board. ,
THE TOYO KISBN KAISHA llnor
Nippon Maru. which sailed from Ho
nolulu for Japan ports and Honxkom:
on November 8. Is reported to have ar
rlveil nt Yokohnma yesterday,
M. A. GUNST & Oq
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