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Pacific Third Degres.
Oceanic First Degree.
Leahl No. 2 Initiation.
Hawaiian first Degree.
All visiting members of tho
Orilcr nro cordially Invited to
attend incc'ings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. T. Hall
7:30 P. :r.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asm
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hull. Port Street.
D. . HCNDIIY, Secretary.
V. D. Wlcltc, N. a.
. All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Trl
clay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Port and Derotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially United to attend,
r. Tl. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLLNQ, K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge- No. GIG, II. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Prlday even.
Ing. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, B. II.
II. C. E ASTON, Scc'y.
Intcr-UIand and O. R. & L. shipping
looks for sale it the Ilulletlo
cfilre. RC aach
Shipped direct from the f am dus factory Campania 'General
25 Incroyables Foil, -25
Incroyables, ,-. , -25
Favoritos J Dotres,
25 Favoritos A Lopez,
HONOLULU AEfllE 140,
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Meets on tlio 2lul una 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hull, corner
Oeretanla uml Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles arc lnltcd (o at
tend. V. M. McCOY, W. Prcs.
11. T. MOOUE, Secy.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets etery Slid and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 otclock In K. ot I.
Hall, cor. l-tirt and llorctnntn. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. P. M. McGUEW, C. U.
i:. A, JACOIISON, K. 11. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first iintl third Thurs
day of encli tnonlh nt Knights of
I'jthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Malty Invited to attend,
I., A. PRIlItY, Sachem.
. ,EyoTonDaof h.
There In no fettlllzcr than ran equal
Turccgiowlh" for lawn, frrns and
I garden plants. Order from H. O, Hall
The automobile tops built by the
W. W. Wright Co.. l,td., have a super
iorly of fit and finish easily recou
nted, and the material used Is the
The transaction of tutcr-lsland busi
ness by Wlroloss is constantly Increas
ing as the bnslners men roallia-the ad
antago of Instantaneous communica
tion. On Sunday mornings the ofllco
Is open from 8 to 10.
Tim Alexander Yimnrc Cafe has put
forth a siM'oliil effort la Us prepara.
lions fir Its Tltimliii:li tut; dinner to
moriow and many lmo nlrculy Flgnl
lied their intention of bluing at this
lKipulnr Cj'fc, Kaal'n Orchectra will
play from G to 8 p. m.
Tlio P. Thomas Dyeing Works of
San Prnncl'co, for which the Prencli
Laundry, 2.18 llcrctanla street. Is the
agent, uso only tho best of dyes nnd
nil tho work is done under tho most
modern sanitary conditions.
Parents should glvo thought to the
Imporlancu of a snUngs account for
their children. Saving Is a habit eas
ily acquired and with children the
pride of a bank account assists In
forming tlio habit. Sec tho 'Hank of
Hawaii, Ltd., about opening an Recount.
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M. A. GUNST m Co
that they are now in
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kH mrmm mm tfliiism sp wwa mwmvmm mm mmm.-m m 'Hpam ,mmmm. m mmm
Tobacularo," and offer same to consumers, by the box as follows
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Dig Nickel Scratch Pad fcr sale
t the Bulla t in. off lea for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, mada up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
The Bulletin will not be cub-
lishcd tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day.
Auto-Tallylio, picnics, panics
Pino copperplate engraving and
printing at Hcakbanc's, Port stirct.
Automobiles hacki rales. Empire
stand. Phone 213. llethel'aiid Hotel.
Salads served with, light lunches at
the llaltlmorc Cafe, Hotol stroet. con
tain tho best of evertllnK.
What about your hat? It's .line It
was seen to. Call In The Expert Hut
Cleaners, 'ork guaranteed.
Anything iiew.lu tho sporting llno7
Anything good In tho liquor" line? You
cnn find it at "The Two Jacks."
It. II. llooth of Prod L. Wnldron's
staff, is at present nt tho Volcano
House, where lie nml-hls wife Intend
slamr: for (.cvornl weeks,
Pordlnand lions' has retired from
his ixisltlon of manager of the 'mer-'
chnndlse department of the Kalmlu!
ft, It, Co., and Is now'sottled In Hono
lulu. At this morning's' session of Police
Court, tho ease ot fotir1 Chinese who
havo been placed under arrest upon
petty larceny charges, has been con
tinued until Prlday morning.
1910 Exceptor dairies can bo found
In tlio largest nrsortment nt Hawaiian
Nowb Company In Alexander Young
building. Call early while tho ttock
Dickie l)ali' many friends In this
city" nro delighted lo bear that ho Is
returning to town lo live. The Maul
sport will he nn acquisition to the
William Itennolt. brother of Captain
Dennett of the Claudlun is first mate
of the S. S. Hyades. Ho was at one
time In tho Inter-Inland trade anil is
busy today looking up his old-tlmc
frleuds In this city.
Tho Hawaiian holel Is being painted
nnd lonnvnled In anticipation of tho
coining heavy touilst season. .Super
intendeut Ilrown la ""overhauling tho
wholo building and Is very busy nt
A heavy sentonco was Imposed 'this
morning by Federal Judgo Woodruff
upon Hoslil, a Japanese, who was con
victed on a charge of conspiracy to
commit adultery. Tho case ngalnrt
tho man was prosecuted by Assistant
United States Attothev 'Rnwltns anil
the Jury rcturiied n rnl'ot of guilty
Lfter being out tbrco minutes, llosht
will have to spend the next year of
his life In prison pay a fine of 11000
I and one-third of tho costs of tho court
proceedings. Tile woman involved in
the caso Is Malsu Kodanta and w.Vi
employed ns n housemaid.
"THE HOUSE OP , STAPLES
beg to advise those, fond of
f r i ' , .... ixl ' - J -
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Stands for Good Service
City transfer co:
Tlmvlnp and EzDressing
Wood and Coat' Phone S88
Q. W.JteDougaU.-PrQp, tit
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties. . .
- Am'onir the articles that we are showing .are dress
silks, silk shawls, hanikerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made e,V when you sec this display. Wc
invite you to call. '
041 Nuuanu St.
EWA TRACK MEET
Ewa idahtatlon will bo en feto to-
ninrnlw when a Thanksgiving sporth
meeting will bo hcM nnd a football
game plnyed In the afteinoon. Tho
program Of' foot races and other field
spoils will bo carried out In tho usual
spirited manner that everything at
l:va Is conducted In.
Sprints, long distance runs, shot and
hammer throws, will bo pulled off, and
a flvc-mllo raco will also h? run. Tho
Indies havo not been foiwitmn, nnd n
thirty-yards event has been provided
The football match will ho between
tho crack Kwa team nnd tho Walpabu
boys, and It should bo n good exhibi
tion of tho flno game. Hwa as usual,
comes to tho forcMvhcre sport of any
sort Is In question.
Bijr- BULLETIN 4DB PAV
FOR PARTICULAR MEN
The clothes made to their measure by
. W. AHANA & CO;
62 So. King St. No1 Branches.
receipt of a
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Jas. H. Love.
Excavating and Filling,
Vineyard 8LS,Ew. of Nunanu;Strtra.
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7,3 Jvi5 f-
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COTTON FIELDS ..;
ON II LANDS
If the presenl plan of n coterie of
n half doon rising young business men
of Honolulu do not mlecnrry. King
Cotton will nt no distant dato becoinn
enthroned on a generous ixirtlon of
the II lands In tlio Kunlu district on
the Ifl.nul of Oalm.
Messrs Jordan, Georgo Drown and
Lowrcy arc Included aiming tho prlmo
movers In (ho new enterprise, which
has for Its mission the planting of a
tract of ut least thlity-flve acres with
Tho organization of a company and
tho perfection of plans Is jet In nn em
lirjo state. It Is tho Intention of call
ing a meeting: of tho interested parties
supply of TEN
nr i nr
Regalia, A. Lopez,
High Life, . -
. Sfalpptjfiig n
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Per rtmr. Clandln?, from Hawaii
mid Maul ports, Nov. 21. A. J. Ilo.flng
N. Ollistead, Mrs. H. Hell, Miss .1. ucn
ter, Miss N. Center, It. O, Cuurlcs, Mih.
Quarlcs, A. K. Slender, T. Kennedy. I).
W. llurchard, tl. A. Hansen, A. Hitch
aUx. Col. 'Sam Parker, Dr. AVIlcox, .1.
N. McCrosson, P. E. Thompson, C. A.
Wldcmann, 8. Parker, Jr.. S. Warren
Win. Lucas, T. A. Hayschlen.
Per stinr. Vf, tl. Hall, fium Knual
liorts, Nov. 24. T. W. Grieg, L. li.
llorelko, F. Dodge, M. T. Cabreo. It.
Cjiilnn, Mrs. Uulnn, A. L. Wilcox, Mrb,
Wilcox. " I
NATIONAL NOTICE GIVEN
t COOK'S MONUMENT
(Continued from Page 1.)
landi nro supposed to havo been dis
covered. Tho monument Is supposed
to he located near tho spot whpro Cap
tain Cook fell, and It Is understood that
tho land wns deeded to tho Drltlsli
Government during tho existence ot
tho llawnllen Monarchy.
Tlui people of this district In Hawaii
nro very1 much Interested In cecurlnz
.Federal supervision over this tract of
(land, and to that olid earnestly desire
thu coopeiatloirof tlio Secretary of the
interior in seeming tho trimmer ot
this hind from the llrltlsh Gnvcrnmcilt
llo the United States, to be set nsldo ai
:t National Monument under the net
of Juno 8, 190G. for the preservation uf
niiouin u oo iiiuiiu upon investiga
tion that the legal Otic lo thin tract of
laud Is' not In the nrltleh Government
hut In tho United States It Is d'hlrol
lint tho.lands bo reserved by n Prcsl-
leillt.il Prnrt.ini'lHnH nnd tlint l,n rnm-
jho properly carod for by tho G-ocrn-
Trusting tint this will receive your
! favorable consldcratjlin, I am
THE FnElOlIT list of thb Intcr-ic-land
steamer W. O. Hall, from Kauai
potts, ntilvlng nt Honolulu this morn
ing. Included 3GG0 sacks K sugar, 10
hales1 bags, and 39 pickages sundries.
Tho Hall Is to Ball for Kauai ports on
'Friday instead of tomorrow. It being
n legil holliliiy.
Tim INTnit-lSLAND stoailishlp
wharf trices ns wcy aa tlio Queei
itrcct headquarters will be closed for
business tomorrow, it being Thautt.
Vlthln a few days at which tlmo n
completo working plan of tho proposol
cotton ostato will be ruhnilt?il)
Tbern nro certain' iortlons of tho
lands Included in the uxteuslvn II -ck-talc
that are pronounced ns particular'
ly adapted to (ho cultivation of cotton.
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de Tobiacos !'de Filipinas
! I AKHIVED
Wednesday, November 21.
fitmr. W. O. Halt, from Makawoll,
Tuesday, November 23.
' Stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports; pass,
end gen. cargo, fl p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, from Mnul and Mo
lokai ports; pass, and gen. t cargo, 5
Stmr. Maul, for Mnhuko'ji, r, p. m.
T, K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mnru, for
Smith America poits, I p. in.
P. M. S. S, China, for Japan jsirts
5 p. in,
DUE TOMORROW I
. ,S.lmr. Chiudlnc, from 'Maul ports,
1 8AILINQ TOMORROW I
Stmr. W. O. Half, for Nawlllwlll,
Ahukini nnd Kolon, S p. m
.m. iv. s. h. iiynues, lor sail i ran
Cisco, via Knhulnl and Port Allen; gen.
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dowdcil, from San
rranclrcn, a. in.
Stmr. Claudir.' for Maui nnd Hanrdl
ports; pass. ad gen, cargo f, p. m.
Stmr. Mnuna t.na, for Kim.i nnd Ka't
ports; pass, aid t. cirho, noon
AT THE PARK THEATER.
Tlio "Story of Two Lives" will bo
the feature film at this plcnsntil little
theater tonight. It-Is n thrilling series
nnd will delight everyone who attends
tlio Park. Tile llttlo girls wlir-slng
FOino good Fongs an 1 slug them well
for they AraJmprnVliig In their work
at every rirpcaraneo. Vlerra's orches
tra will furnish music for tho evening
mill this means n good deal for tho
murlc is well sclccled and always well
tendered. The audiences at the Park
rcver grow lets but Increase to tho
delight of the management. If Is ,i
place whero ladles and children may
ro with perfect safely hecauso then
Is absolute freedom from suggestlvo
I'UnBIJI CHANKY or the sloanur
W. n. Hall tcpnrts mnderati weather
rilul light Irado winds as ,iicnlllng
during the outwnid and hnmi..inrd trip ,
of' ihnt steamer to Kninl p-irts Tho
Meamer Nnnnu was roported nt Kllau
on discharging freight on Tu -sdny.
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