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EVBN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. FRIDAY, DEC. 24. 1909.
Leahl Ch.-pter Ho. 2 nenular.
1 III. VHOAV
L All vliltlntt tiiombeiB of tlio
Ordei mo toidl.illy Invited Hi
lltteiiil ireetlngn of loial lodge"
HONOLULU AEIIIE 140, F. 0. E.
'Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlngs-of each month nt
1:30 o'clock In K. of'P. Hall, corner
Ucretnhlannd Fort streets, t
Visiting i:r,b arti Invited to at
lend. W. M. McCOY, W. Pre.
II. T. MOOnt:, Secy.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
N ti e '
Meets eery 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, tor. Port and Heretnnla. Visit
Inn brollici cordlully Invited to at
ti'inl, T. M McOKEW. C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. B.
Meet on the
Slid and 4th
nt K. P. Hnll
:ao P. M.
'MARINE ENGINEERS' other Au
! WATERFRONT NOTE3
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CAPTAIN Mll.l.ITit, It in reported
a III t.ikv the hark Allien 1 teste to the
.'oixt mi liti ti.v aye upon which she,
will itnrt Hie hikt of next week, ThO'Al'-'
den llesM- lit taking tier n thousand.
to:n of HCiup Iron supplied liy "Scrap
Iron liitinn The cargo Is being
stovud ninler the .ihto superintendence
or Kben Low In such manner that
theie will I.,' no rlik of Its shifting
.mil causing irouble while the vessel
it at tea
When you want to be SURE to have your
Jas. .H. Love.
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TBAN8EER CO.
IN FOREIGN PORT
. isiana iiuuct,
Wood and Coal . Phone 588
O. W, HcDoufraU, Prop.
Vineyard Bt., Ewa of Knnanu Stream
BENEFICIAL AJVWIOH. ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
f Meets ovcry Mondiv evening nt
7:30 in I. O. O. 1' Hnll. I Mil Street.
1 E. It. HHNDItY, Secretin y.
1'. 1). Wlrhe, N. 11.
'All visiting brothers ery cordially
0A1IU LODOE, No. 1. K. of P.
' Meets every llrat and third l'rl
Hny evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
turner Tort and lleretnnla. Vlnltlng
brothers cordially United to attend.
t v. n. NuaENT, o. c.
J It. G03LINU, K. It. H.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LoiIbo No. CIO, II. P. O.
Ellm, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Port, every I'rlilay even,
lug. Visiting Ilrothera aro cordially
Invited to attend.
12. A. UOUTIHTT, E. K.
II. C. r. ASTON, Hcc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Menta every first and third Thurs
Ha'.vst iiicu month nt Knights or
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ttlally inWttM to attend.
J,. A. J'HKIIY, Sachem.
13. V. TODD, C. of It.
THE UNITE!) STATES roenue cut
, tei Thetis Is due to arrIo off tho port
louimion morning and Harbormaster
Cla-K has heen nilt-d to assign fl
irnr.aiient mooring for the esscl;The
riietls Is (inning down from Ihu coast
and the has wlielesreil In that slit.
will hiire! reach here on Christmas
Day. Tlio Thetis may he sent on n
cruise to Ihu Mirlons outlying Islands
In order to police up the 'lrd poachers,
THE SrOltES necessary for a voy.
age to H'nnnlng .Inland weie placed
aboard the little schooner Concord this
morning and that essel Isiiqvn pre
pilled to gu In sea. The vessel Is be
ing fccnt to the south seas for a ship
ment f guano, Tho Concord's .men
will not lack for n plentiful supply of
Christmas cheer. The storu list coin
prises a .alety of good things to eat.
THE CONTEN HON ban been raised
that the danger t ) sailing ships In lilt
ing upon tho rectB neat; the entrance
to Honolulu barber could bo nhlated
by tho port pilots boarding the wind
jammers oft Koko or Diamond Head
The necessity for n change has been
ngltnled since the lecent disastrous
experience which befell the Ilrltlsh
ship Celtic Chief.
OUT OK THE hundred or more per
sniM booked for the excursion to Iln
w-ult by the steamer Manna Kea prac
tically the entire) company has signi
fied their Intention of going through
to the volcano. Thu paity will leave
by the popular Inter-lslau trasv on
Kilduy evening, December 1 and will
return to Honolulu early on thu lol
lowing Monday morning.
Tliere win no music at tlio I'ait.t
i.aio lonigni. n is ineiiincc ior me'
freshest and best candles.
Miss Power's millinery parlor Is
oii this cenlng. Vlsllort -welcoum
Uoston building, 'second floor, Kort St,
Thomas McTlghe ft Co., Mnunikca
and King streets, will bnu (heir s'.oru
open this evening to itcutiii.ii.odate
their custnmcni who can not ret
around dining tho day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL;
Tuesday, December 21, iS
SAN FIIANCIHCO Sailed Dee. 2: ,
S. S. 'MonKolla, 3 p. m., for Hono-.
Jlktne. S. O. Wilder, for Mahufcrau J
Y9KOHAMA Salled-Dec. 21- ,1
S. 8. Nlpixin A1arufor ln'n'2. '
THE MAUNA l.OA wharf had all
the appearances of a very animated
barnyaid following the arrival of tho
Inter Island steamer 'Manna I.o.i from
Konn and Kau isntc. Tho steiimbr
brought n half lumdred crates uf tin--kcjs
and there was a Ihelv and noisy
colony of little purkAs who are ex
pected to grace many n Hawaiian
feast on thu morrow. Sheep and other
Iho stock nlso appeared -on tho manl-'!
fest. The Mauna I.oa brought 27 cab
In and S2 deck passongers. Included
in tho cargo wasx1044 sacks collec,
oer one hundred sacks potatoes, W
sacks beans, 3C8 barrels oranges, 17
cases dried fish, 14 bundles hides, 17
crates rocoanuts. 2."9 packages sun
dries, SO head cattle. 5S hogs, r3 crates
chickens and ducks, 55 crates turkeys,
9G bunches bananas and 3.1 crates Ha
waiian fruits. The Mauna !.a met
with considerable rough weather on
the Inwurd trip. It was found impos
sible to work ihlp -"t Punuliiii and
the shipment of the hundred sicks of
The Big Nickel Ucratch Psd tor sale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
li one. Inch thick, mad up bf two hun
dred sheets of good paper." Six for a
Auto-Tatlyho, picnics, parties. Tel. 0.
Call and sfeo Mike Paton nt tho En
core. The best Is Ameilcan Steam I-aun-dry.
Automobiles hack rates. Emplie
stand. Phone 213 Ilethel and Hotel.
Get your Christmas candies from
Benson, Smith & Co., 'Ltd., cor. 'Ho
tel and Fort streets.
For our Christmas cakes and pud
dings, get the pure fresh milk mid
rrcam nt Pond Dairy. Tel. 890.
It you want a good job doiio on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriago Mfg.,Co., 427 Queen St.
' Distilled wnter and superior coda
water for Christinas. Arctic So.ln
Water Works, 1203 Miller steet: Mi
phono o57. I.eltheail & W.iodwarJ,
James Morse, head carpenter of the
Department of Public Works, has been
Instructed by Marstuu Campbell to
proceed to Moloknt at once and repair
the landing at Pukoo,
Tho Stock Exchange today decided
to enjoy Its annual acatlon during
tho coming week. Adjournment win
taken today until January 3 on n or'
dull but by no menus falling market
The following entries hue been re
ceived for the Y. M. C. A. tennis tour
nament which starts tomorrow morn
lug: Ed Carden.'Win. Ilamhart, O. A.
Ingalls, E. Podmore, Chris. I.ouls
Alex May. Ej It. Tracy. Stanley (!ol
dy, M. C. Webster, Walter Ecklimd,
Clifford Livingston, A. E. Larimer
Per M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, for dan
Francisco, Dec. 28. II. A, Whlto,.qot
tlon Usborne, O. 11. 'Curtis. Miss K.
ilcnlon, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q Ilced, A,
N. Hayseldrn, Miss M. Voss, Miss (I,
Darc, Miss Paucell. T. J. Levy, II. a.
Henderson, Miss At Sparrow, M.
8chultc. Mrs. Phelps, P. .1. Levy.
'Per stmr. MauNia Ken, far 'Maul on 1
Hawaii ports, Dec. 28. W. M. (Ira
ham,' Mrs. E. J.'ltodgers, Mlssnick-
noil, Mrs. Charles Crano Mrs, C. Hir-vey-Eldcr,)U.
J. LIlllo, A. F. Knmlvon
Miss E. Thrum, Mrs. Lucy lllme, W.
Desha, D. L. Desha, Conradt" Ahrens,
Thos. E. Wall, II, P. Ilcckley.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Manl and
Hawbll portnpet;. 20. W. 'A Carpen
ter. J. wAVMson, Mis. Calnuhar. A.
Fletcher, Mrs. Hurt, Miss Hurt, Thos.
Cockctt. L. S. ,Peck.ill. J. Itlchardson,
0. O. Hammond, D. W. Townsend, M.
Durdock, W. W. Klrkland.
Pt, stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona and
Kau ports. Dec. 28. S, E. Thompson
Mrs. Thompson, Ed Wills, MIsk Dent
hill. Pei stmr. 'W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Dec. 30. Ethel l-eo Toma, Miss
lloso Alntaii Miss M. Sunkl.
I1 " DKPARTW) ..' AHWIVIP ' - l.
Thursday. December 23.
.Maul and Hawaii orts Claudlne,
Friday, December 24.
Fanning Island Concord, Ah schl.:
VE8SEL8 TO DEPART
fertilizer wns brought back to Hono-1 Stanley Livingstone, E. II. Iilanchard
4 am) V. L. Stevenson.
CLOTHES FOR THE NEW 'YEAR
Order now, selecting from oar large stock of Exclusive Patterns.
W. W. AHANA & CO.
C2 So. King Bt. No Branches.
CHAKLES ,1.' COOPER, one of the
well known Inspectors connect! with
tho'locnl customs service, has received
a merited promotion, and commencing
with the flrs't of thoear be will hold
down a position as examiner at iho
customs house. Cooper was among a
half dozen applicants who took tho
recent examination and he passed the
very tr)lng ordeal with II) lug colors.
PURSER FRIELE of the stoamcr
Mauna l.oa. which arrived front Konn
nnd Kuu ports this morning, reports
.1982 sacks II. A. C. sugar und 2583
sacks II. sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii. The steamer I. Ikelike Is ic'
ported discharging utllonokaa while
tho Iwalanl was at Kawulliae taking
on cattle nt tho time of the. departure
of the Mauna Loa.
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN Una
freighter Mexican, sche'duled to sail
from San FrancUco fur Honolulu -til
i Friday, December zi.
Kona and Kaul ports Mauna Loa,
stmr., a. in.
Seattlo and Tacoma Virginian, A:'
II. S. S., a. m,
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Moul and Hawaii ports Clsudlnc,
stmr., S p. in,
Monday, December 27,
Japan orts nnd Hongkong Mom
go'llnr P. M. S. S.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr,
This morning a soldier named J. T.
Bowers, ,who Is from .Kort Shatter,
was handed over to the military an
thorttles nnd will be tried by them on
a chargo of .throwing n knife at a
special officer of the police.,
It appears that Dowers vlsltod 1 wi
ld yesterday and dropped (into u Jnp
ancsu store In that locality. Having
created some disturbance the soldier
was requested to loae the store. In
reply he Is alleged to havo, grabbed u
knife and made an attempt to strike a
wuhlno with It.
Special Officer Splcer, hearing t
the trouble, 'went .to the store, and
Dowers is said to havo then taken a
pot shot with the knife at the special
The 'weapon I missed v Splcer by a nar
row margin, and he then closed with
his assailant and .wrested the knife
'Splcer had a struggle with finworr
but managed to get the best of him
and convoked him to the pollco sta
tion, where he was locked up for tho
night. Tlio military authorities are ex
pected to, give tho soldier. In the event
of his being convicted, a much more
seVcro sentence than the civil court
lect en' January 3, will be, followed
the steamer Nevadan, which is ex
pected to sail from the California port
on Jnmlary 15. These vessels will
tiling down large cargoes of general
THE UltlTISH bark Alexander,
lilack Is now forty-three das out-from
Iho nitrate ports. This vessel jIh
bringing n shipment of fertilizer for
Alexander ft Ualdwln at Kahiilul.
Haltlmoro Earl of 'Elgin, Dr. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. Diinedln, Br. stmr.
Seattle Dlx, U. S..A. T.
Oavlota Jlosccrans. Am. Stmr.
Saturday, December 25.
San Franclsco-,Thetls,'U..8. K. O.
Hlln nnd way' ports Mauna Kea,
Sunday, .December 28.
Knual portsKluau, stmr, "
'Manl and Molokal 'ports Mlltahala,
Monday, December 27,
South American - ports America
Maru, T. K. K. 8. S.
'China and Japan ports Selja. Nor
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8. S. ,
Wednesday, 'Decern bertS.
Kauol ports-W;,a.',Hall, stmr.
, Thursday, Ceoeirtber 30.
Hongkong and, Japan'ports Nippon
Man., T. K. K. B. S.
Illlo nnd Manl "ports Claudlne.
Frldsy, December 31.
Illlo Illlo and way ) ports Mauna
Ken, stmr. , ,
Port San Luis Santa nita. Am.
Wednesday, January '6,
Auttrnll-in ports 'via 'Suva Moana,
C. A. S. S.
Vancouver Aorangl, C. A & 8
Jut ana Qulnonos was .arrested on a
complaint sworn out by Magdahuc
Martinez, It appears that thu first
mentioned Is'dy alludod to the second
one as something not particularly nice
nnd also Insinuated that the had sick
Pei stmr. Mnuiin l.oa, from Kona
and Kau ports, Dec. 24. 'A. tie la
Nux. V. U Leslie, II. A., MoWnytie, H.
K. Schofleld. O. F. Wright, . Miss M.
Covelra, Judge J. M.. 'Kaulukol, Miss
L. Ackerman, Miss K. Clark, II. M.
Wells. C. S. Chllllngwortli, Dr. J. .1.
Case, 11. M. Rice, Miss-J.iHauscn, D.
L. Austin, W. P. Fennel, .Rev, H.
Judd Mrs. Judd. H. J. Harrison.
Duford arrived at8an Francisco from
Dlx. from Senttleffor Manila, JJc. 15.
Logan, from Honolulu. for -Manlln,
en .herthusband.away undr.false.pt8.lrThp?.wt a,rr4ttlTJ;graneleo.
tenses. ''Both the fair ones will lmc
to tell Judge Audrado all about Itiou
A bhlpment of crude oil from Oavl
ota Is reX)ited to have left there by m December 19,
Sheridan, sailed fromMan11afor San " !
' 't3-.Ai-. i.. , vz:
tho American ship Falls of Clyde. Ac
cording to advices tbe vessel called
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dgars, a pipe ora box of 50 or 100 cigarettes. Any of the following brands of cigars
i,will please: ..'.,
an Dyk, Slaekelberg, Stanford, ,
!, and our famous
La Flor de ala faibela Mania Cigars-Ml Sizes
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A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PIPES ANDSM0KEHS' CONVENIENCES
- Choice Ueersohaum, Calabash and Bnarwood Pipei. Axtiitio lobacco
Jan, Copper Ash Trays, .Cigar ; Humidon injlandiome Woods, Cigarette
Cases, Tobacco Pouches, Adjustable Floor Aib Trays, etc, ..j,j.ii
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lEbeg to call special , attention to our brands of imported flAVANAS, such m
AFRrCANAS, BOCK, CABANAS, LA COMMERCIAL HENRY CLAY. ESTANILU, UP
MANN, INTIMIDAD, LIRLINE, PATAGAS, 0ME0 V JDLIETA, REY DEL MONDO
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