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MET I 7
Oceanic Stat:d and election
Aoha TcniFlc Annual Meeting
All visiting members of ttio
Order aio cordlallv United to
attend meetings uf local lodges
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY GculDKs of each month at
7:30 o'cloch In K. of 1'. Hall, corner
llcrctatitn and Tort streets.
Visiting Kaclcs nro Invited to at
V. M. McCOY, W. I'rcs.
It. T. MOOttU, Bccy.
Wei. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets ecry 'Jiul and 1th Saturday
oeiilng at 7:30 o'cloclc In K. of 1.
Hall, cor. Poit nnd llerctnnla. Veil
ing brothcis cotdlnlly Invited to nt
teud. P. M. MrGKKW. C. 0.
i:. A. JACOUSON, K. II. 8.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
MST 1 TrnHTAT ITT Tt m!r IA V ft P It ssssisssssss snswf
HmS a ,. -II ww'u'1jW A4At,XI 11U V AJt
HAWAIIAN TMBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
The Dig Nickel bcratth Had tor
st the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Auto-TaUho, picnics, parties. Tel. 0.
rino copperplate engmlng nnd
printing nt ilrnl;h.ine'i, Fort street,
Automobiles luck rates. Bmplie
stand. Phono Sin. tlcthcl ami Hotel.
Quite a foicn of laborers are nt work
clearing nwny tha rock on the grounds
surrounding tho Academy of the Sac
red Heart at Kilmukl. Grass will liu
lilantcd for n future lawn.
Among tho passenger hooked for
pas"ngi to Kotu nnd Kan porU by I he
Inter-lslnnd steamer Mauna I.oa
Meets ocry first and third Thurs- Uchcdiilod to rail on December 7, nrc
days of oath nicnith at Knights of A. Oartlcy, O. K. Wall and W. W.
I BI .. w. I i. ii. 1
Standi for Good Service
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jas. H. love.
TiMtttna anil Exnreutnic
Wood and Coal Phone 688
Q. W. McDougall, Prop.
Viaeyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Tuesday, November 30.
POUT SAN LUIS Arrtud Nov. 28:
S. S. Santa Itltn, henco Nov. 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 29:
III;. Andrew Welch, hence Nov. 11
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Nov. 30:
B. S. Chlyo Mnrn, 2 p. in., for Ho
SYDNKY Arrived Nov. 2!):
8. S. Marama, henco Nov. 15.
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
I'ythlns Hull. Visiting biothers cor-
llnlly invited to attend,
L A. PUUltY. Sachem.
H V. TODD. C. of It.
SAKE CASE IN
Miss Woodard Is action lng some
ory pretty goods In embroideries and
novelties at hor fort street store. You
tiro ItuKed to cnll nnd lusict these
poods when tonkins' for Clnlxtinas
Amateur photographem' Try th
Ansco Mini. The ery lutts pioducl
of photographic research. For nil sl7e
of roll-film cameras and kodaks. Oct
them at Ciurrey's, Ltd., opp. llcnson,
Smith & Co. I
A Chlne'o named Wong Yok Chin
The famous sako eae, lnolvlng
about $1 .'OO.Octl lu duties paid on sake,
M..Un nflhni leached Its last stageB, a c.iblo-
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0'hcr tso-',:n"'1 liu hn l,ce" ,cc,'lu'11 ,ll,H morn-j lias been chnrged with having perjured
BENEFICIAL ASIATION ciations "cor''1"" ,,J I,JckMl1 ft Co- from Attorney thlmrelf In certain testimony given nt
HAHH0NY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. r. Hall, Tort Street.
K. It. HHNOUY. Secretary.
V. D. Wlcl:c, N. Ov
All visiting brothers cry cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
cornerFort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, U. V. O.
Elks, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, ovory Friday even,
lng. Visiting Brothers arc- cordially
luWtcd to attend.
13. A. DOUTIIITT, E. It.
, II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Inter-Island and O. R. & U. shlpplns
.,tooks for salo U tbo Uulletln
(Blce. B0 each
Tom Filth stntlng that the case lia J Police Court. Ho has been arraigned
been argued and submitted to tho Su J upon this charge and n postponement
prime Coin I of the United States. The
suit wan brought by local Importers
ngalrst tho Gincrninriit for the pay
ment of duties cnllecte 1 on sake Im
ported Into tho Territory nnd lias been
lii the courts for n period of nbout six
Edwin II. Paris of R, O. Hull & Son
leturnc.l Moudi) from mi extended
trip to the mainland on buslines. Mr.
Paris fli.ds the Intirost In Hawaii to
increasing all the tliim miu the ini'ii
l)or of our fi lends Is giimlng. The
iron nnd steel urn of tho east are n.it
Ljppy over tho result of f.ulff legisla
tion but are disposed to mako the best
ot It for the present. lltiMneHS gen
erally on the mainland Mr. Paris found
to bo gcod and there Is great on
flilcnco In the future. In tho west, I ho
I'ortola Festival success is Mill the
IfJlr nf Qfitt rrnnnlRrfl. II WM ill that
vaa hoped by tho most cntlitiklastlcHiew law enacted whereby officers
euppoiters. . nl'op the grade of raptalh c::u attain
' , ,3 , I higher grades on un ngo limit o tpu
n5P- mil I ftim Ann ov "H ears )oiiiiger than at piesent.
has been granted until December 7.
The "Spooklo" rluilPR whl nt i:,i
Arts and Ciafls Shop on Fmt Hticcl
below King, arc rare In ii'nuly of d
Mgti. They nrc liiopei'M i mil lll
add much to the decora I l-m of a den,
hall or lhltig room. Thevn aro other
petty things In this shop that should
Imp tho consideration of tho l.nllos
lit this season.
A Portuguese lad named Manuel
Fcrrelrn, whb was charged with hav
ing given falso testimony In n recent
tlhoico case, was discharged this
morning ncr lining received n pret
ty stiff roi rlmand from Judge An
tirade, presiding at Police Court. Fer-
relra was Informed Hint tho crime
charged against him was one of tho
gravest uiion the calendar. Ills youth
nnd tho fact lhat thoso depending up
on him for EiipiKirt worn icportcd ns
In need of fund" lesulted In his get
ting oft so llghtlv.
Clcn nil v; I ' Beo'tli'. " have a
ini- i M R Mnneh.ula. for Yo-
nPPIPR THF fifln'i Voliamn, Nov. 29.-A. II. Gladstone
ULriLU I I1C UUUO M A. 11. tlladsone. Uev. .1. M. Hiu-
Jry, Mrs. J. M. Henry. H. II. Kay, Mrt.
Included In tho loot nllegml to 0 R Lincoln, Miss l.tneo n, .1. T. Tan.
hnc been taken from one of the sa- llcr
crcd places for local CIiI.iicfo by four( j,cr M Nt s s minnlnn, for San
countrymen were two faHo mustach- Francisco, Nov. 30. W. I. Uly and
es, soveral pairs of cymbals, a metal ,arty, Jncob Kolinsky ntd fnmlly
drnin. seven gaudily decornteu idols nawPy strong, Mr. llruclnier, It. uor-
nnd n qunntlty of Joss sticks. Uya o. n. Wyman, Mrs.' J. M. Hose
This pioperty was lonsldercd cs- j(i i0!Bl chas. names.
Bontlal to tho worship of lludda and per tmr. Mauna Kco, for Hawaii
hl iMsnr nntnlltcs. Tho laid was nnd Maul norts. Nov. 30. Victor
mniln noon n Chinese temple, nnd Clnrko Mrs A. Wight. .Inn. Heno, Miss
the police were appealed to for as- Woo.lln. Mrs W. T. SchmPlt. Mrs J
.tain ire F. I-owls, A. Ilatieborg, A. J. V Ullam
"""""" HI hi lUIIIInmemi
For n luck of pioper prosecution. '"" "- "V ""
tbo mso ngalnst tho vandals was TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included tha
nolle piosscd at police court this Inter-lslnnd steamer Knauhou, which
morning. This afternoon nnotdor urought neither freight nor passen
waiiant was Issued for tho arrest of ccnl. The vessel made n sp;clal tilp
one incinlicr nf tho gang. Ho wilt ( Ahnklnl and encountered smooth
lecelve n hearing lirfoie Judgo An- ,eaB nnd fine weather on both thv
Tuesday, November 30.
Stmr. Kenuliou, from Ahuklnl; no
cargo or pass, n. m.
I ratio tomorrow.
WASH DAY IN POLICE COURT
outwnrd nnd Inward trips.
THE INTEIMSI.AND steamer Maul,
from ports along the Hainakua coast
brought'ono mill toller nnd ono nun
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fran
Cisco. Dec. 1. J. .1. McMahon, Mrs
MoMnhon, Miss Llston, Mrs. tf. II. uun
bar, Mrs. English, Mrs. Stelmcntz
Prof, nnd Mrs. 11. K. Compton, Mist
Compton, Dr. F. E. Prates. Miss J. 11
Spenglcr, Mrs. Monk, Mr. and Mrs,
Frank I.co, P. Grant, Mr. and Mrs
Haag, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dlendorff, A. Weill
A. II. Ingulls, Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar, C
Hacr, W. A. Fa'll, O. E. Hillans
Per stmr. Ktantt, for Knual ioris
Nov. 30. Mlfs Itlco. Mss Parsons. A
S. Wilcox. Mrs. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs
0. II. Wilcox, A. 8. Downoy. E. A
Knudsen, Sirs. Knuisqn.
Per rtmr. Slnuna I.oa for Kona am'
Kiu ports. Hrc. 7. W. W. Bilggs, A
Gartley. O. E. Wall.
Per. stmr. Mlkahnla, for Maul, Molo
knl, ports. Nov. 30. I)r. II. P. Judd.
Per Sir. Claudlne for Hnwall and
Mnul ports, Dec. .1 Geo. W. Lucas.
Per Sir. "W. G. Hall for Kauai
ports. Dec. 2 D. S. Austin.
Monday, November 29.
Stmr. Noontt, for Knual (arts; geu.
cargo, 5 p. m. t
P. M. S, H. Manchuria, for Jtfpnn
ports via Hongkong; pass, and gen.
cargo, 5 p. m.
Sir. lwnlanl for Kukuchnle, 5
Tuesday, November 30.
M. N, 8. S. llllonlon, for San Fran
cisco, 10 a, m.
Stmr. Mauna Kca, for Maul and Hn
wall ports; pnss, mail and gen cargo,
Str. Kcauhou for Mohukua, Knkal
hae, at noon.
8. 8. Pinna, for Yokohama, noon.
ailTnVtoday " v
The prrssnro of business In Coles- (lr(,(, gacUs of flollri 0n ,lerk ,,cr0
tlal laundrliig circles Is presumed , VM shIl,mcnt ot sccnty-nvo head
to have been the ennse of Hvn out of of canjc
six Chinese cleansers of soiled cloth- J , m, .
lng from being present nt pollcof It cost thice tartly .lapancso elcnn
ctnirt this morning when their cases crs nnd drcrs of clothing Just $1 for
woic. called by Judge Andrnde. Tho delaying tho progress of tho pollco
men urc cliarccd with hnvlng nt- court gist mill this morning. 8oon
templed to do business without n ll-jolhcr Japanese wlio had been jar
eenso. Thoy woro represented nt rntgncd for conducting u plnco ot
bar by Judgo Humphreys. One Chl'iluilncss without hnvlng taken out
ncsc present was rcleascuMiy palngn license woro assessed $2 couit
n portion of tho costs. Tho fine In i costs, nnd their fines were remitted,
his caso was remitted. Tho others Tho court coits In tho cases of tho
hnvo been ordered to appear In dllltaiy trio was set at $3, vhlch
court on the morning of Dee. 3. was paid.
Stmr. Mlkahnla, for Maul nnd Molo
'nl poits; pass, and gen. cargo, G p. m.
Btinr, Klnan, for Kauai ports; pass,
and gen cargo, 5 p. m.
I rr: rrrr
BAII.IN9 UMUHHUYV ,
EVENING CLOTHES FOR
W. W. AHANA & CO.
62 So. KinR St. No Branches.
Mails nro due at Honolulu
points ns follows:
San Frnncltco Per Cho Mnru, Dee
Yokphnnm Per Mongolia, Dec. I.
Vnncom cr Per Mnkura, Dec 10.
Colonies Per Aornngl, Dec. 8.
Malls will depart for tho followltu
rnlnta as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda, tomor
Yokohama Per Chljo Maru. Dec. 7,
Vnncpmor Per Aornngl. Dec. 8.
Colonics Por Makutn, Dec. 10
O. S. S. Alameda, for 8an Francisco,
pass., mall and gcn( cargo, 10 n. in.
I . DUB TOMORROW I
Stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai ports;
pats, and gen. cargo, n. m.
Claudlne, from ftaul porta.
THE LITTLE schooner Eva must
bo having a rather Interesting time
nt sen whllo on Iier voyngo from
Crny"B Haibor to MnhtiKomi. Tho
cfscI Is now out 37 days fropi tho
Washington, 5jmber port nnd to
bringing timber consigned to the
Hawaii Hallway Company.
Ger cruiser Arcona, from San
Stmr. Mnunt I.oa, from Kona nnd
Kan ports, n. m.
AMI. S. 8. Arlzonnn, from Seattle.
U .S. A. T. ThomaH. from Manila,
Stmr. Mauna Ken, from lllo, a. in.
Ouford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 13.
Dlx, at- Seattle
Logan, nt Snn Francisco.
Thomas, from Manila for Honolulu,
Slierldun, frum Honolulu for Manila,
M. A. GUNST &
THE HOUSE OF STAPLES
beg to advise those fond of
I L r
that they are now In receipt of -a supply of TEN SIZES
La Flor de fa Isabela
. 'C'Al't -.
Shipped direct from the famous factory Campania General de Tobacos de ,Fi!ipinas
: Tobacularo," ancl oifer same to consumers, by the box as follows
25 Incroyables Foil, -25
Favoritos J Dotres,
25 Favorite's A Lopez,'
50 Regalia A. Lopez,
25 Perf ecto,
25 Cazadores Imperiales, -50
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