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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 01, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 2, Image 2',
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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 190'J
Oceanic Stated and election
Aloha Temple Annual Meeting
All visiting members ot the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. E.
Moots on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
VKM1AY cvnlncs of each month nt
7: SO o'clock In K. of 1', Hall, corner
llcietaiila and Fort streets. ,
Visiting ftnglcs are Invited to at
V. M, McCOY, V. l'res.
II. T. MOOHD, Secy.
Ww. M.'KIHLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4lh Saturday
evening nt 7: SO o'clock tn K. of P.
Hull, for. Porl nnd Ucretnnln, Visit
ing brothers (.ordlally Invited to at
tend. P. M. McGItHW. C. 0.
U. A. JACOllSON', K. 11. S,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Meet on the
2nd end 4th
at K. P. Hnll
7:30 T. II.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSnqiATIO!l. ciations cor
HAWAIIAN -TEIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. Mr
Meets every first nnd third Thurs-
In a of each inunth at Knights of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially lnlted to nttend.
I.. A. PEURY, Sachem.
i: V. TOOD. C. of It.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7;.10 lu I. O. O. P. Hall. Port Street.
E. It. HEND11Y. Secretary.
V. D. "Wlcltc, N.O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 lu K. of 1 Hall,
corner Port and IJoretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
V. n. NUGENT. C. C.
U. GOSLINQ, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, U. P. 0.
Elks, meets In tuclr hall, on King
Street, near Fort, ccry Friday even
lng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
n E. A. DOUTHITT, E..H.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
books for salo it tho Bulletin
office, SC tach.
A I idle' department will bo opened
ui I'.Miop Trust Co., Jjmt.uy 1st. This
dep.ulniont will bo under tbo super
vlali'ti of Miss Mclulyrc.
Ti 'mined curhlon bags all ready foi
cushions will be placed on special sale
Saturday nt 25c each nt Sachs Dry
OniiiN Co. Sco window display.
lllrhon Trutt Co, nio offering for
rent the beautiful A. Hocking house
on Kewalo stiect. This Is one of the
most desirable houies In Honolulu nnd
Is completely furnished, Uo sure to
icu this house.
I'liin'for tho 1910 Christmas now by
opening a Savings Account In tho Hank
ot llawull, Ltd., where your money will
bo safo nnd you will bo getting Inter
est ut the mto of four nnd ono-half
per cent per nnniiiu.
Cull nt Hi own & Lon Co. In the
Alexander Young building, nnd make
jcinr selection of Christmas booki.
Good books make tho most desirable
of gifts and If you want to bo suro to
please, glvo a nice book. Wo have u
It Is Impossible to properly Mean
nnd dye clothes unless there nro ex
tensive facilities nt hand. Tho P.
Thomas Parisian Dyeing nnd Cleaning
Works of San Francisco, of which the
French Laundry, 238 Rcrctanla street,
Is agent, have every facility known to
tho modern dyeing establishment.
The Big Nickel 8cratch Pad for tale
t the B u 1 1 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-Tnllyho, plcnlcs,purtles.Tol. G.
Pine copperplate engraving nnd
printing nt Heakbnne's, Fort stieet.
Automobiles hack rntes. Emplie
stand, Phono 213. llethcl nnd Hotel.
See tho Drew mnko of shoes nt
Kerr's. Only $.'.00, $2.50, $3 DO $3-r.O.
A ease of Mrs. Konrns' (lol 1 Medal
pieservcs makes n flue Christmas gift.
Anything new In tho sporting line?
Anything good In-the liquor lino? You
can find It nt "Tho Two .lacks'
Tbos. McTlglio & Co. have Just re
ceived a consignment of tho famous
Scotch whisky used In tho household
of King Edwnrd VI.
Men's suits for twenty dollars and
money' back If they are not up to guar
antee Is what dii.i gets nt the Clarion
at the corner of Fort nnd Hotel streets
There. Is a wldo rnugo of patterns to
select from nnd they nre all good.
There mny he two football games on
Christmas Dny nt tho League grounds:
tho coecoV men tlll bo playing nnd
tho Intercollcglnto players want lo
hnvo n Town-Marino game also. Two
gnmes during tho nftcruoon would
J ilrnr a big ciov.d of tho udmlrcrs of
both slles or football.
Mongolia Passengers rffi
their baggage order with the CITY TRANSFER CO.
-Jas. Wt Love. v Phone 152
G. W. McDoufftll, Prop,
Excavating and Filling.
Draying and Expressing''
Wood and uoai rnone ooo
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nunanu Stream
Friday, Dec. 3rd; I9091
at 8 p: m.
Prices of Admission
50, 25 and 1 5c
TUB SHIPMENT of lumber brought
to Honolulu from Fort Drags' by tho
American bark' H. C. Allen, and .urrlv
lng here on November 23rd, Is nlKjul'
all discharged. This vessel Is expect
cd to finish work on Friday and will
ll.en prepare for sea. Captain Wilier
It Is Bald has n wholesome regard
ngnlnst Inviting tho presence of n hoo- j
doo nbonrd his -ship nnd will nvold Ro
ll g lo sen on that day of tho week.
A SHIPMENT of canned pineapples
(.mounting to two hundred mid fifty,
caves arrived nt Honolulu this morn
ing from Kmial as a jmrtlnn of' the gen-1
eral cargo brought by (he stenmer W.
(1, Hnll. This vessel nlso brought tun'
rnbln nnd ten deck pasrengers nnd ino
(.neks of rice nnd 20 packages of still
dries. The Hall Is h-IilmIuIciI fo sail
for Kaunl ports at 5 o'cloc't tomorrow.
TODAY'S ARRIVALS nt the port
Included Iho Intcrdsland stenmer Nil
linu, which brought n mil nil cargo from
Hnnnkun coast jxirts on Hawaii. The
cssel arrived with three drums, nnd
rovcinl packages of sundries, niul'n
shipment of fifty head of calllo on
deck. Tho'NIlhnu experienced flno
weather on the trip.
SAII.INO mOM Sail Francisco 4it 2
o'clock yesterday nftcrnoon Ihu flno
Jnpnueso liner Chljo Mnru, with a fair
sized passenger list nnd general cargo
Is now en route to Japanese and Chin
ese ports by tho way of Honolulu. Tho
versel Is expected hero on Monday
CAPTAIN KKLLV. master of Iho
bark Andrew Welch, has another good
pnssago from Honolulu to 8nn Fran
cisco to his credit. Tho Andrew Welch
mndo tho trip up (C; tho California
coast portMirelghtccr dtys. Tho-veu
tel carried one pps'engcr nnd bal
last only. The-'AndYi v Welch arrived
nt San Francisco on .Monday.
FINE WEATHER has been met with
by tho Mntson' Nnvlgatlo'i liner llllon
Itti, which' Railed from Honolulu yes
terday mornln:; bcund for San Fran
cisco. The cssel wirelessed In nt 8
o'clock last night 't'.iat her-position wan
lift miles from thu pott and everything
well on boa.-d.
THE MATSON Navigation liner' Lur
lino Is expKted will ri. nw:iy from
Snn Francisco for Ho'ibtulu direction
Friday. Tbo local agency for tha voi
fel has ns yot received no ralvlce.V con
cerning tho extent of canty or thi!
number of passengers to btf lu ought to
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Wednesday .Cecember 1.
YOKOHAMA 8al1ed Nov. 30:
a H Tonvn Mnrn. for Honolulu
PORT TOWN8BND Arrived Dec l!
8p. Riverside, hence Nov. n.
KAHULUl Arrived Nov. 29! .
8. 8. Asgard, fioiu Newcastle.
I PA88ENQtH8 AKRIVEO
' Pcr stmr. W. O. Hnll, from Kauai
ports, Dec. 1. Dr. ,C. H. Huddy, J',
flrnnt, Mrs. L. M, McKengiie, Mfss lip
Kcnguc, E. W. Smith, C. !!. Murphy,
J. D. Tucker.
J." A, Ci'S JlN'T PLAY
According to Townscnd. who 'Is n
prominent light In tho Japanese
baseball team, there Is not much
chanco of the proposed games be
tween his nine nni tho St., Louis
Although the public want to bco
which team Is tho thnmplon of tho
Hawaiian Islands, tha piospcct of
Iho rlvnl nines getting together now
seems to bo slim. Townscnd sug
gested that the J. A. C.s should play
tho Diamond Heads n scries of games,
but that would not decide nnythlng,
ns tho Saints defeated the dowels
nnd'nia tho "Illg" league chumplons
EVENING CLOTHES FOR
V. W. AH'AISA & CO.
62 So. Kins St. No Branches.
PA8SENQER8 BOOKED I
Per stmr.' Clnudlne, for Hawaii anl
Maul ports. Mrs. C. 11. Dickey, Geo,
W. Lucas, Mr. Kmidscn, W. Oreen.'M
Per stmr. Malum Loa. for Kona and
Knd i-orts, Dec. 7. W. W. Ilrlggs. A
Oartloy. O. K. Wall.
Per stmr. W. O. Hull, for Knua'
ports, Dec. 2. A. Rrlblnson and liarly
D. L. Austin.
Per Str. Clnudlne for Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, Dec. 3-aeo. W. Lucas.
Per Sir. W. 0. Hnll for Kauai
ports, Dec. 2 D.'ST Austin.
i Wednesday, December 1.
Stmr. Nllhau, from Haninkua ports,
cargo, no pass., n. m.
Stmr. W, O. Hall, from Kanal ports;
raBs. und gen. cargo, a. m.
I DEPART EC ' (
Tuesday, November 30.
Stmr; Mlkahala, for Maul andiMolo
kal polls; pass, nndgon. cargo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klnau, for Knual ports; pass,
nnd gen cargo, 5 p. in,
Stnir K'u Ad Hon, for Mnhukona,
etc., G p. in.
Schr. Mol Wnhlne, for Hawaii, 3:15
Wednesday, December 1.
O. S. 8. Alameda, for Snn Francisco,
pass., mall nnd gen. cargo, 10 n. m.
Stmr. Maul, for Kohntcle, fi p. in.
Tho rollownlg-names urn lo be bal
ktcd on nt tho next annuel meeting of
the Merchnnts Association for direct,
trs of Hint body: (1. F. Hush. W. F.
Dilllnghnm, Carl Dil h6l, F. J. Lowioy,
i;. k. ruxton, ueorgo noiift-x, c. i.
Von Hnmm. Fred L. Wnldron nnd Nor
PURSER' CHANEY. of tho lntcr-l
land steamer W. 0. HnlL which lu
turned from Kaunl ports this morning,
reports tho following sugar nwnltlns
Ehlpnlent on tho Garden Island. K. 8
M., 1500; K. 4000; A. K. 800. and P
K., sugar 4000 sncKh. The steame;
Nooau was reported ns dhcharglns
freight at Hanalcl yesterdny.
Stmr. W. O. Hnll, for Kuuol ports;
pass, nnd gun; cargo,, 5 p. m.
T DUE TOMORROW
Stmr, Clnudlne, from Maul ports,
' Stmr. Mnunn Loa, fioiu Koua nnd
Kau iiorts, a. in.
' Gcr crulter Alcona, from San
P. JL 8; 8. Mongolia, from China
Hid Japan ports.
A.-H. 8. S. Arlzonan, from Ecattle.
8AIL FRIDAV "
S. Knpne, nn Hawaiian, who was rid
ing on n loaded lumber wagon while
that Vehicle was proceeding down
Queen street, suffered a Eerlous' fall
which resulted tn a compound fracture
of his skull. The Injured man wag
taken to the Queens Hospital for treat
Kapae wns on top of tho load whon
the wagon skidded over the slippery
I thoroughfare and ho was vlnlcntly
I thrown to tho curb alighting near tho
li.tcr-Island steamship office.
Stmr. Claudlno, for ll'iwnll nnd Mnul
ports; pass, ami gen. cirgo, 5 p. in,
P. M. 8. 8. Mongolia, for Sail" Fran
cisco; pass, nnd gen. cargo.
U ,S. A. T. Thomas from Manila,
Stmr. Manna Kea, from Hilo, a. in.
I PASSENQER3 DEPARTED
1 ; 4.
Per O. S. S. AJameda. for San Fran
cisco, Dee 1. Dr. nnd Mrs. F'. U.
Frates, Miss Agnes Wlckstrum. MIsj
I. H. Spongier, Mr. and Mm. Frank
l.coi Mrs. Engllhh, Mrs. Stelnr.ietz, J.
I. Mc.Mnhon, wife and child, Mrs. S. 11.
Dilnbar. Miss Lister. Miss O. nilmaii,
Mrs. 13. Alexander, P. Grant, .Mr. and
Mrs. Williams, A, F. Holes. Mr. and
Mrs. Mahnnnah. A n. Iiigalls,.Wr. mid
Mrs. D. B. Dunbir. W. A. Vbn. F E
FollnnsbBd, A.. Weill. (
A, GUNST 6k Co.,
"THE HOtJSE OlP SfAPLESJ"
beg to advise those fond of ' '
i tk t. lisBB
r. v 'u
that they are now in receipt ofa supply of TEN SIZES
"La Flor de la Isabela"
Shipped direct from the famous- factory Campania General de Tobacos de Filipinas
16 Tobaeularo," and offer same to consumers; by tn& laox. as' follows
25 Incroyables Foil, -
25 Favos-itos J Dotres,'
25 Favorstos A ilopez;
501 Reg-alila A. Lopez,
25 Cazadores Imperiales;
50 Brevas ImperialeSj
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