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EVENING BULLETIN, !tONOLULtf,
JLtf, T. II.. MONDAY. NOV. 22, 1909. ' ' ' ' 1? "rf .' 7
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Honolulu's Beautiful Peninsula
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The passage for the never-failing Koko Head breeze that adds so miich to the cool, healthful, delightful condition of the Kaimuki climate
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HIE abate map will give )ou eomo Idea of Knlmukl's Bplcndid location. It Is Indeed n ,n Beautiful
High Vnllc) on the Scashoro with nn elevation of about two hundred feet nboc sen, located be
tween the picturesque Wnlmnnnlo mountains ami Diamond Head north and south, and n magnificent
ocean lev In nil directions east nnd west. The car lino Is within three blocks of the New Ocean
View IMstilet, which Is necessablo to the telephone, electric lights, plenty of artesian vvntor, macad
amized streets and alL the modern convenience In the KaluuiLI District. The charter of tlio Honolulu Ilapld.
Transit & Land Company provides for nn exlentloti of their can line around Diamond Head and tho most
practical loute would be through the New Ocean View District.
fHIS Ideal residential property hns bscn practically overlooked" nll'itheso many cars, but' as Congress
man Humphreys of our recent congicsslonal party said "TIIEHE AUG OUEAT UliANUts hum,
THAT Alii: GOING- TO WASTE. OPEN UP YOUU TEIUvlTOItY AND GIVE THE HOME HUILDER
a wriiiinjin. vnmi rt.rshbv is rvmia A?cn ni.iMA.-TE ts inRAi." wellies'-to. offer the Kntmukl
' New Ocean View District properly opened up and developed as the coming' residential property of Orcaler
Honolulu, -. " i. '
Our prices, $500.00 for corner lots nnd $400.00 for Inside lots together vvlthuch liberal 'Sr'SStl?
$.".0,00 or more cash down and the l.nlance liVmonthly Installments or S per tout discount for all cash,
makes n splendid opportunity for young men and )oung ladles to become piopeity owners and permit their
havings to grow with the assured development and grogrcss of their city.
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WHARF AND WAVE
Dl'HING THE winter the United . time of tho yoar. Her ma3tor, Captain
Stannltz, states that tho long passage
waij entirely duo to continued Btrolig
easterly gales of ljurrlcano force and
THE WELIKNOWN American shli
llcniy railing began her last oago
around C.ipu llciin tho other rius, when
States Survey boat Explorer, Capt,
Dlbrell. will undertake Borne cxtcn-'
lvo ork along the California Coast.
'I ho Kxploicr's Work Is of g-eat In
terest to navigators nnd her findings
Mini accomplishments will bo of
much benefit to shipmasters. Ono
of the most important features of
the Hxploicr'B work will be a hturcli , HH(J g;t TuConM rnr ,vuw volt Xttt0
for a lnnk. previously unknown, ie- M(? h ,(( ,(J compr,cl, ,, n hn,Ci
porieu ny mo rimeu oum-a umi i
Ht. Louis ns cxlxtlug off Point Ar- I
guello. Tho Explorer w 111 make nn
extensive survey of Colorado reef
mill will also mako nn examination
of Aloft hank, off Point Sur. Tho
mirvoy work will elunit from Tort
lliiss to Point Conception ti t various
points. A HCinh will be in.ido for
tile, I oik i ('poi ted homo tlnio ago oil
l'nrt Hititroiil. Tho KoiiuillngH be
tween Point Argucllo and lluclion
will bo extended out to tho 100
THERE WERE several largo ship
ments of vegetables Included In the
Irclght list of tho Inter-Island steamer
.Mann i Ken, which Ikih arrived
at Honolulu. Tho vessel's cargo
Incluul ten sacks aw a, IS
Kicks tnro, 3 ciatcs turkeys, I'O cords
wood, S8 crates vegetables, 0 cratoa
tlitckcns, 12 crates celery, 83 packages
Hiiall vegetables, 169 packages sun
dries. Tho Mnuna Kea brought about
ninety .cabin passengers ami also v,
goodly mmibcr traveled on deck. Tho
nteumi-ls to bo (llspatclicd for a. re
turn trip to Hllo by way orUon Tues
ONE HUNDRED AND l'lITV-ONE
dajs out from Hambprg vvlth a lurga
l.encrnl cargo of 'mcrcliaildUo from
Euiope.iu ports, tho Gorman ship
Alc.xnndcr Ixenbcrg has arrived at
Honolulu. Tho vcs'sel Is now nlong
faldo tho Hackfold, wharf, wlicro n
lii Hon of her curgo will ho ills
thaiged. Cailalii Hehilng, uiubter of lvf
cniall i raft, staled Hint tho trip wiih
nut a bad one havo occasional liaflllng
inn I light head winds. Tho weathor
met with us tho vessel whb tounding
tin- lloin wiih all that could bo do
hired. One sailor was lost over
loan! dining the long passage.
Tho railing wrs built In 1S8'.' at llalh,
Me., but Tor man jenrs has been
operated 'from Pacific Coabt ports.
Tho ilcpartmo of the railing In tho
thlid of tho well-known coasters to
lcavo for the Atlantic recently cm their
last viragos under canvas. Tho shlp,s
.1. 1). Thomas and Sen King aio well
on lliclr way aioir.ul to bo dismantle I.
I'lVi: l'AHSENUL'US liuvo already
booked pnhsugo for Japan and Chinn
ports by the Pacific Mall steamer
China, which U expected to sail for
tho Orient, tomorrow evening or
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THERE IM no cargo tor Honolulu
rn board tho Tojo Klscu Knlsha liner
Hongkong Mam, which Is expected
tp arrive hero tomorrow morning
from China and Japan ports. This
vessel calls here enrouto to Mexican
and South American ports' The
Hongkong Mnru may -remain outside
the harbor, calling hero simply to re
port and rccelvo further orders. ,
wclghi'ng soventcen tons wero brought
to Honolulu lor repair?,
THE niEIGHT list of tho steamer
.Mikahnln, from Mnul and Molokal
ports Included 34 crates honey, 1G
crates chickens, 11 cords wood, 45
sacks corn, 11 bales vool, and 91) pack
iigcs sundries. On deck thcro arrived
C horses and 92 hogs. Tho vessel ex
perienced rlno vvc.athbr.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer No
cau Is schedule 1 to, depart for Kealla
tnd Kllauei and other portH at 5
o'clock this ovenlug, ta'.tln,5 a g"ncral
THE ANNUAL Inspection or tho Inter-Island
steamer Kluau was com
pleted today and that vossol U sched
uled to depart for Kauai ports at flvo
o'clock tomorrow evening. In addi
tion to several pasEcnsirn thu vessel
will carry n fair sired general curgo.
THE PIUST bhlpnent of Uiu new-
crop of sugar from Koloa, mill is duo
to arrive at Honolulu ou Wednesday
morning by th0 Ltctmcr W. G. Hall.
When tho steamer Klnau passed that
port en route to Honolulu tho Hall
wns taUlug on 3000 sacks of sugar,
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PURSER LOGAN of tho steamor
Klnau, which lias anlvcl from Kauai
ports, rsport3 350 sacks K. S. M. nnd
iOlO Backs IC. P. tui;ar awaiting ship
ment on tlio. Garden Ijland. Tbe,Klnaii
brought 25 sacks1 rlco, G crates of
fhlckpni,.20ibundlcB cocnanuts, 50
prates honoy.18 Backs coffee, 21
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Honolulu, T. H.
poiftltTsn T,t -j-jryn-jijvi
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THE SCHOONER Gcorgo E. Illl- C
lings, now nt San Kriineixio, Is If
credited with one of ttr Minutest
unssairrR evei mndn between Alls -'ro eli
(rnllnti lini-tn nml llin flntvnllnn K
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luiiun. Ill 'UUIlllllllim 1)1 vafl,llt
v COOKE, tho local agents
vson NnVigatro'ii 'stc.amtr
licet tnat "vosicl to arrive
this aftct-noon or tomorrow
Ith n iullcargo for tho Ifh
i lslalids. This vessel is coming
S . j, . .n, Ili.t.ut Un.i... I nlll. enn.n fl . r.
nirkholm the Hillings made the run 10lIMna nxo limJlC(1 lo of KCI10r.
from Newcastle to San rrnncisco In , merchandise and supplies for tho
slxtv-two dnjs. She put out of tho jdanJa. Tho vejscl carries about 300,-
Australian port with a slltr breeze
blowing and passed the Hawaiian In
lands In thirty-seven da;s.
THROUGH STRICSS'Of weather, the
tc'iooncr Eva, which bulled fioin
(ra)H Harbor tho latter part of Oct
chur for Mahukona, put Into Sun Fiuu
Cisco on November Cth In a water-,
logged condition, Is retried to Havo
madq a now start fop the -Hawaiian
Inlands. Ono' hundred thousand feet
of lumber was swept off tho decks of
tho schooner dining n storm which
i lie eiicoimtcrod -beforo being' towed
Into 8,in Kranclrco In battered and
A NIJW Ltcaiuship hchedulo for Mut,
hou Navigation liners Is published, by
tho Hllo Herald. Under tho new.nr
langcment nt teportcd by that paper
tho vessels will run on tho following
I'outee: Lurllno I-"iom San Francisco
to Hllo, lo Horolulu, to San Francis
co. Hllonlan From San Trancisco to
tho Sound, to HOholulu, to
'HIE NORWEGIAN ilt.mi.dilp Hen
ihk lb!-)ii twrptj llvu iIjjh fioin .o.
I, oli una fin Ah(orlii, uirlvcij, at tliu
latter port on Octobej- 24. , She was
ov ci duo Ilvp days and soma, alarm had
, been fi.'lt fpr her safety. Jt'waa fear
od that sho had been broken down,
nnd ns sho win known to havo talton
paies aouoy,-is Baci: coaee, 21
crates ferns, nnd 113 prckasca sun-
urlt-s. Tho Klnau experienced light
boulhenat v.'luds and Muooth toas on
THE STEAMER ARIZONAN Utile both M"i and Inv.nrd itilp.-
Iiilll il inccinl In llm itntir (wnl i n.ilnif rQ . -
hche.lulo to be placed In opora'tlon AMNG T1.IE wlntUamiui'rH.iioyy io
by tho Amcrlcnn-Hawallan lino In ''"f'P'1 (m "o "Crtlt ut San Fpncfb?o
n... ..... . . . . .. Pnctl.k JP. I'Mibn. ,1... I. .-I. r VI v.,....
mis ireiKiiior is uxpecieu io sun rv- -, -v, .., y...,.i. . ...,, DESPITE TUB four hour hnist of
iroin &eniuo on ov, si. Aiior uis- rr ...,... ....... Viu n-iiuuuvr .viinei, 8lli,e,i ,.., ,,., , ,, K ,,, rhl
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cnarging caocro tlic, wno,nan " ?'. "i" wo.; uiS snip wimani J0 Mllrll lllt y0htc 8 ,0ported to
win iiroiteu io into io nine on u- " .s iiu.vii cuiisiuvn in mvn nirlved at San rrancltco at 1
gar lor jnu mainiuuu. -w. n, uijiuun; ino-Amuricaii ship Ha- o'clock osterdcy afternoon Tho vo.s
(00 feet of i limber on deck,
WITH A SHIPMENT of lumber
from Port Townsend, tho American
schooner Defender, bringing shipments
to tho agency of Hind, Rolph ft Co.
Is reported to havo sailed from the
Puget Sound port on November 11.
, BOTH THE Pacific Mall Unci1 Chinti
pnd the Matson Navigation steamer
Hllonlan are duo to nrrlvo from San
Francisco tomorrow, Tho vessels aro
bringing good sized lists of passengers
In addition to shipments of general
mcrchnndlso nnd mippllcs.
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THE AMERICAN Hlioouor Oceania
Vance Is bclloVud to havu tialled fioin
Hllo, bound, for Port Townsend, after
having completed tho disciiargo of
nearly four hundred thousonil feet of
redwood lumber. , . t.
A CARLE from San Francisco nn-
Port "ol,ncos "l0 doparturo of tho Oceanic
meaiiiu. Aiuiucua irom inai port lor
family, pour II oft (he grounds, then
return, It to the fire.
When .cooking' 'onions, set u 'tin
cup of' vinegar1 on the sfovc, and let
It boll, and ho disagreeable odor'wlli
be noticed In the room. ,
Orange peel Bliould be saved, ns it
makes a delicious flavoring for cakes
vnd puddings. Dry it, and iiound
nnd bottlo It for use. '
In making omelet, or boufuc, where
olks and whites of eggs arc beaten
separately, it will bo much lighter
If tho beaten jolks aro stirred into
tho beaten whites.
fo mako a bcefstako tender smear
n couplo of tcahpoonfuls of salad oil
over it, place It between two plates,
and leave foil; a fow hours? This
works wonders In boftcnlng tho fi
Do not salt stock until jou liuvo
ilono skimming 'it, us the salt pre
vents the scum from raising. Add a
very lltllo ut n time.
Anow and dollclous dlt.li Is to get
(hii sniulirst posslbln outoiis, hull
them, peel till they uio no larger
than jour thumb and mix them with
French pcaa cooked vvvlth n little
Kltllo Qulcktongue "No, thanks. I
never could profit by othe pcoplo's
lnlstakec." Lite. .. . i
ylin,l I (nml tr llllr. l-ntnvn,lun .
rrom"snii Trauclsco to" tho Sound, to Io,Mh"" at l 'c,oc! on Satuiday uf.
Honolulu, to San I'rancloco.
THE UNITED STATES army .trans
port DIx, which lef't a shipment 'of Jap
anese coil at Honolulu nml sallC;d,,f,CQrn
this port for Seattle on rovcmbo'r (S.
has nrilvnl at Seattle, HCconltiiR to .ad
vices rtrelvcd horo. Tho I5x Is'cx
pvctoil In leave Seattle for Manila by
tho way of Honolulu on or nbout De-J
rember 1, Tho DIx Is to bring n large
horses and mules' to
ovement of general freight ur ' KCMWl cargoes to tho rt,pon,o( ?'!
Puget Sound porfs .to Honolu- "Vll?n Island U the bark.Cpinnada Jj JIhlHimlnoB .
.1 other island ports of cull. l9 W-Q. InWij Jhe.Vajk rnqani. to " ' ,"ll"1"neB-
- ftj ,1 wiiiiuu iBn.,is sriiruiii..,! ior iMstio . hoi was llvo days nrtd twtntv hours out
AT A DISTANCE of 1,070 miles . Cooke, tho hhlp .Inhii Ena lo tho Suir fiom lluunlulii. li.ivlnir .Jii...i fr,,,
fipm llimolulU tho Mutbon Navlgar Far-Inn.' Cimipui); tho barlAuilixwr horo at 5 p. m. on' November 15'. Dur
tlnn steamer Lurllno hus been ro-iWlch and l..irkciiUio ,8. O. Wilder t Ing Thd sp0ed"test tli'cleairter4 niado
ported by wlrolcss us steaming , Castle & Cooke. un iivcrhgo of 22 and a timrtc'r mllos
thiouglusmooth sens nnd experlpnc-
Ing fine weather on the trip up to
San Francisco, ,
A SMALL CARGO lull tin piSH'li
gers nrrlvul from Hum nil isirls, by
Ihn btcnnei Maul Giiod w either Is
DIRECTOR GENERAL A'liert Hal-
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Ilnn of tlio Hamburg Amoilcnn line. WITH THE ARRIVAL of tho Oer-
denies IhuL thu Kosukh Stoinihlifii ''1 h'llp Alexander iKcubmg from
Com pan) 'is Biihbl'llwl by llm Genu in If iiiiliiri(i.liti lung viijageil vi-siul ifmi
Gnu,rpuu'iit, ns was ioitirl". ,rim,i I" lU lluuoltilii is Ihu Hrltffh I hip
Vllln.il.llvri llm Hi,.. 1... L .1 I I.. .... f'oltll' riifnT IKIH ,.,... l.ii,..1. ...I .... I
Lm,,rimnnnIOnK,ttl0n,lt,T"l,(l,l 'H " ,"",,"uh8 '' " '" rA t-'nt)-slx das out from iramhurg. H,
ro blurtll S0? ln.'"rees. Tho allegation thut the Ko,- l-ark Nuuunu o0 hundred and twenl,
i h un. iianmji. m0H 1(no () nsBgt(1, fluandniij !. 0er. llvo da)s out fioin Now York and tho
THREE THOUSND six hundred "lany wa,, ,lln,1 "'f ''T'Ih f requests Goinmn bark II. Hnckfeld, now eght).
i neks of K sugar' lias nrrived nt tho fnr Bl"ll,'lr '"ll '') competing llitnj ' '' out from tho port of Rotter-
tin iiuillii'iu ioiiuu, bhu vmiiilm outl ort b) tlm lutui-lel tnU tluaiutr kc.,1'"W v.mi. """
pf ran0b of tin? olutr jescula at tlilo uulwtij Iroa Kittwl ports. . Jjvq jpllerj k ,
THE AMERICAN steamer Rose
trans' is repbrteil to huvo sailed from
Gavlota on November 20 with tho
i,sual shipment of oil for Honolulu.
m i 1 'n4 ij',
I A SHIPMENT of ticarly soven thou
tind railroad ties havo been loaded on
hoaid tho schooner W. II, Mnrston ht
Hllo, destined for Redoudo.if -(
AFTER TWENTY-FOUR days pas
imgo'fioin Knhulnl.-thomerlcaii bark
Neullly, sailing lri ballast has urrlvo
nt Portland, Oregon.
FEW GOOD HINTS ON
Th boll hainiund iubbago-without
orllor, Ilium icd pepper podti or u
few bits of iliarioul Into tho pan
they nro'i cooking' In,
For seasoning soups always uso
the wholo spices and peppers, putr
ting them in after it has boiled up,
and been skimmed,
Erfgs nro Hcniio at this bctihou, bo,
wlicn rr.'lng. Hsli,:ilp it h, milk lu
Mcfd or egg iind Hien bbako tho
Add it handful of chopped walnuts
to )our cranberry sauce- beforo tak
ing off tho slovo; It gives tho sauio
u delleloiia flavor.
If you wnnt to keop the coffeo hot
foi toipe bcMlvM mtiiiU(,f- of the
Why bo bald headed and old look-,
Ing beforo your time'?' Neglect of
the hull eaiHoB dandruff; tad dan;.
drulT 13 tho forerunner of falling
hair and baldness. The remedy B
N.Z.,WTitcs under date Jan.7, 1907:
"It U with (tratltudo I write you that I
nav now a splndld head of hair, both thick
Mid v try soft, ail o ing to my hiving urrd
v our wti4nfnl,H1r Vigor, 'I Tfsi sjpiost
bald hdi!4'bfoie I aed th Ilslr Vlgr. I
(till use it ones a day, rubbing it well Into tli
roota of the hair. lusedtowearAsVull-caK
and I am Tory grateful to Aycr'a Hair Vigor
(othIaipruveaientlt liai raiJo In wy IqoU."
Bo warned' In time. Uso Ayer's
Hair Vigoraniprcservo your youth.
fewii t pr. I. C. Air 4 C., l.ll, Mm , U.t.A.
ON BOARD 1DZUM0
Takeshitaf and Officers
( ' People
Cuptiilri'Takcshlta and(Vofricors nt
the Jupancso cruiser Idzumo gave
orio or the most successful "At
Homes"' on board tho ship last Sat
urday afternoon for tho benefit or
tlio knmaalans and tlio ofllccrs or
tho Italian crjuiscr Calabria, which,
arrived In tho morning.
The ship was appropriately ttco
rated for tho otcusion, nnil the long
tables,' loaded down with rofrchli
menth, wcio patronised frcoly by thu
guests uflor they hud cnJo)cd tho
bpoits. All along the npartnienisiov
the' IiIl were' seen' artificial floworK
planted 1n tho containers. - Souio or
thcbo were given away to the guests
ns they bade farewell to the genial
commander, Captain Takcshita.
Piofessor M. M. Scott, who spenks
highly of tho Japanese,- was greatly
Interested In tho wrestling match
between' the .shoio -peoplo and tho
men of the Idzumo. 116 said the
Ja'paneso were husky and possessed
good and well-developed ph)slque..
Among those present wero Acting.
(loVernbr JIott-3mlVli,'Capt. and Mis.
Itees, Civil Ei)gltiecr nnd Mrs. Parks,
Miss I-'rear, Captain and Mrs. Itatn
hoy, C. II. Mcllrlde, Ma) or Torn, Mr.
Dlid Mrs. nlvchburgh, M, Takeldn",
T. Sheba, Major and Mrs, Cice, M.
M. Scott, Mr. nnd Mis, J. A. Mo
CandlcBs, ithe Chinese Consul Tseng
Hal, Consul General Ujeno, Miss
Spalding, .Va) master and ,Mra. lloin
littrgor, Elv e Consul Ide, isecreta-rlcs
oft the JanatiesoConsulato and state
of tho Yokohama Specie Hank. rl '
Ycstcnjiiy tho local lnpancbo wjoio
tho guests on board thu good ship of
Captain iTakcshlta. ' v
A stugo was built on the aft dcok,
itnd-lhe men onjtcrtnlncd their guests
with theatrical performances. After
that lefrcshments were served. tMr.
Toklcda proposed the health of Uio
officers of tho Idzumo, und Com-
piupder Takcuchl Hkcvylso proposed
lhn ho.ilt-h. of .the Hocfclr JHpanciie.
1 'llm rorenifhty'-' red nvllh Ihno"
uiuslng lMiiafs,. which were given
villi the spirit of Japan. ( .
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Couccltcd Iltldgo Playolr "Como
hoio nnd sit by mo. KJttlo, You can
loam a good dcil by wstchlnc my