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BVEnMO BPLLBTlH, HONOLULU T. M., SATURDAY. JAN. , lftift?
teahl Chapter No. 2 Installa
Ul Aloha Chapter No. 3 In
ctallatlon. All vlalting membera of the
Order lire cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0 w AsSo.
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Moots every Monday evening at
7:20 In I. O. O. T. Hall. Fort Htieot.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. I). Wlcke, N. 0.
All visiting brothem very cordially
0A1IU LODGE, No. 1, K.' of P.
Meets every first nnd third FrI
Hay evening al,7:30 In K of P, Hall,
Lotnnr Tort and neretaiila. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. It. NUOKNT, C. C.
, It. GOSL1NO, K. It. a.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO,. B. Pi 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, II. 1'. O.
.Kills, meets In their ball, on .King
Ktreot, near Fort, every Friday ovon.
lug. Vlalting Brothers' nro cordially
Invited to attend.
1 K. A. DOtlTHITT. B. K.
Ph Hs C. E ASTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
BuyA of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
Ii. A. PERRY, Sachem.
V E. V. TODD, C.r of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
N RSI) AY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall.corner
ileretunla and Fort streets. ,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend, W. M. McCOY, W. Pres.
f II. T. MOORE, Secy.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,RofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lloretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Vnvltcd to at
tend. F. M. McCHtEW.nC. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. It. S.
i'i,';'. " ' ' ' p ' -v ,-' J';-':K '
Oil now Leads all Mineral Productions in. the
; State of California, Gold takes second place
Gold is in second place among the mineral productions of Califor-
. nia. Petroleum takes the lead now by a' substantial margin of $0,000,-
000. Ten years ago California produced 2,000,000 barrels of oil.1 Last
' . year it produced more than 48,000,000 barrels, a clear gain of 8,000,000
fc-t , barrels over lite product ot iuuy.
petroleum, is estimated uy ine siaie
At the present Mine nt least one-half
''atmh ' nr0 WnK uiviueiids, nno, as tne
All investors should gt in touch with this exceptionally nrofltable
industry. Now is the time for investment in meritorious oil stocks
such ns We recommend. Ask for an oil book and market letter. Sent
free' upon request. Our representative in Honolulu, Mr. F. L. Kibler'is
n member of the California Stock Exchange of 'San Francisco, and will
bc pleased to impart full information concerning the California oil
business to those interested. Call o'.. or write him at the Alexander
Young 'Hotel, Honolulu, Room 50. Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co,, 160
Geary ''Street, Ban Francisco,
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Berctania Sts.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Stf.. Hoimlnla.
GOOD MEALS FOR 29 CENTI.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything: in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back. '
WING CHONG CO
XING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc., Eto. All kinds of'KOA anc
MISSION FURNITURE Zadt Ti
FANCY DRY GOODS
Kinp St., Ewa Fish Market.
snd cloth of A-l quality can Va jrax
P. 0. Box 961". Telenhnnt Ml
SHEETINGS and SHEETS
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates'on Pro
jects. Phone 145
ir.e vaiue oi me iwo product, in
mineruiogm ai over 9o,uuu,uuu.
of the California listed oil stocks
price aavances, so, win aivioenas m-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Automobiles M per hour, ijhonq 6.
Call, and see Mike Paton at the En
core, ' ' '
'Hhcrrette, the latest In white goals,
nt Jordan's. '
Physical culture and massage given
by Prof, Baron. SI, 62 Young Hotel.. '
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone 213. Uethel and Hotel.
''Charles Yarrlck, chargcdtWlth being
elevated by Leer, had his case Vent
over till January 22. '
Mom wilt have a sale of embrold
crieslatlil, Turkish towels at'extraord
fnarlly'low prices next Monday. ' ,l
l.el Alohn Chapter, NO', 3, Eastern1
Star, meets this evening at 7:30
o'clock in Masohlc Temple.
If you want a. good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. .Co., 427 Queen St.,
At tho Police Court this mornhfg
there1 were only a few casefe and most
of (hem were sent over to future
The band will give a concert at the
Capitol grounds tomorrow afternoon.
Today the' band Will attend the Vece'p
tlon'nt the Chinese consulate. '
All accounts due Lewis" '& Co., Ltd.,
can be paid until January 31 at their
old store,' 169 Klng'sfrcet. Those In
debted will please settle before that
time and oblige.
Ucn Drew pleaded guilty of assault
on a Chinese, and as ho was Bhown to
be a steady worker. Judge Andra'de let
him off with a suspended Sentence, of
A largo store' building will soon be
under construction at the corner of
Smith and Paiiohl Streets, the struc
ture to cost In the neighborhood of
Ave thousand 'dollars.
Jonah Cummlngs, a youth, was on
tho Police Court calendar charged with'
embewllng live dollars. Attorney Ma
goon, who appeared for tho young
man, asked foi and was granted a re
mand till Wednesday next.
Jordan's big sale of waists will con
tinue all next week,
do to M. R. Counter for Jewelry of
Sybil Campbell Held will give her
first dance tonight at 8 o'clock In the
roof garden ballroom.
At the Hawaiian Opera 'House to
night 'will be' shown the great crater
of Kllauea In' action in m'otlori'tlcturc's.
Several other local subjects shown.
The Cross legging Is the most pop
ular of all. Approved by tho War De
partment and worn by all army mon.
Price SG.50 aspsir at Regal Shoe Store.
Miss Power, Honolulu's leading mil
liner, has. as usual', a very beautiful
collection of trimmed hats now on dis
play. Parlors In Doston building. Fort
street,, second floor,
Why pay $100' or more for a 'now
Remington when you can buy a re
built Remington for 65al A. B. Ar
lelg'h k. Coi 'that will give you Just as
much satisfaction, '
Sale at Rlom's begins Monday morn
ing, Embroideries and laces. Also
Exquisite tapas Just In unique de
signs. ' Antimony souvenirs. 'Largest
souvenir store1 In the Paclflc. Hawaii
& South Seas Curio C& .' Younc biilld-'
Ing. Bishop 'street (next cable office).
Monday. Tuesday and Wndnnarfav
will bo ApeclaJ bargain days at Sachs'
Dry Goods CoV People' wh'o.'wlsh to ef
fect marked economies In dvery dnv
purchases should consult Sachs nd 'on
another page: ' ,
PLUCKY FEAT OF
. . . .... ,.
(Continued from um'ii
over the street. Officer Kllla, who Is
a very active man', took'n running
Jump' at the wagon and managed to
..u oaim un 'iup. 'tie at onee
grasped 'the lines and brought the
horse' to a standstill. Eye witnesses
cf the runawayarid Kllla's brave act
state ti'at' the police officer did a re
mnrkuble feat and that only 'for his
pl-ompt action there might huve
been a serious accident.
The horse and wagon wero unin
jured, and (he owner was profuse In
his thanliB when the police officer
turned over his 'property to' him..
CHINESE CONS.US' -
(Continued From Page 1;)
Reception Committee 8al Sou
Ming, Chinese secretary; TV K. Sung"
ruu ung, E.ngiiun secretary; Hong
Qoon, Chu 'pent, "Chun Ming, Tong
Kau, Lau Tang, Chuck oy', C- K. Al,
Coo Kim Fook;,Chock'Tong. Ye0 Chin,
IJtm Kam Chin, W, Y. Kwal Fo'flg,
Ixjo Joe, Chlng Sal, U. Koon ckan,
Sart U Wong. Luke Achhck,- Hcd'Fat.
Decoration Committee Chuck Hoy,
Sam L; Wbng, Mrs.' Chuck Hoy, MItteu
Chuck Hoy, Miss Matilda Lal Hip,
Mlsa Mary Wong; Miss Asuu Dung.
invitation Committee Lau Tung,
Mong'wuon, Tong'Kau, Chlng Yet,
Sam Allnu Leong, H. T Alloug. ,
bntertatnment Ctxnmittee C. K.I
Al,' Sam L, Wony, Ctilhir' Sal.. Chun
When yon want to be
Handled right, phone
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Braying and 'Expressing
wood aad Coal Phone 588
p., W. XcDougaU, Prop.
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BOYS CLUB -
HEAD IS HERE
R. S. Gaiilt Will Act As
Robert S, Gault, who arrived on tho
Alameda yesterday, ,has been appoint
ed superintendent of tlio Boys' Clubs
of Honolulu. He will also act as sec
retary of the boys' department of the
local Y. M. C, A.
New that Mr. Oault has arrived to
tako up 'active work among' the vari
ous boys' clubs of this city. It U ex
pected that there will bo a merger o(
the boys' department of the Y., M. C,
A. and the. boys' clubs throughout the
city; ' ifl
The boys' clubs of this city own
considerable property1 In buildings,
equipment, and also a S acre Held,
abutting on Vineyard nnd Llllhn
streets. Most of this property Is held
In equity. This athletic Held tins not
been in active use for tho' post two
years, owing to tho fact that there has
been no regular Instructor. Now that
Mr, Oault has arrived to take up Ac
tlvo work, It Is tho Intention of tho
boys (o enter heart and tout Into all
manner of outdoor sport.
There are four boys' elu'ns iu oper
ation In this city. Theso r-c affiliated
and are known locally as the Boys'
Club. In addition there nro several
private boys' clubs such ns Hie Kau
luwcla. under tho leadership of Mr
Theodore Richards, and' the Oahu Col
lego students club, undor the super
vision of' tho faculty, of hint college.
Tills latter Is known as the Kitwala-
hao Clutv There are two other boys'
clubs,, which at present ure Independ
ent,, vis:' thp Palama Sett.ement, und
er the supervision of J. A. Until, and
the Kullhl Settlement club, under the
direction of H. W. Chnmberinln. 1e
treasurer or theso clubs k O. P. Cas
tie, and they .nro maintained by vol
Mr. "Oault was1 a resident of Rich
mond, Kansas, and received his ap
pointment through thn local Y. M. c.
A. He was connected with boys' dull
work In Chicago, which was a separ
ate 'organisation, but working on the
same'lluea'ns Y. M. C, A. work Is con.
'ductod"hcre In Honolulu. The o'rl
Inal Chicago toys' ,cuh Was sltuateij
In the slum district. Tho boys wero.
from t.ho very 'poorest and could, ill
afford to paytf fee of any' klud. There
wore between 4E0 to 500 boy members
of Mr. 'Oault's club. Ten nutlonaUi
ties were represented of which about
40 ler cent we're Italians.
'For' one' yeaV Mr. Oault had fuli
charge of the athletic work In con
nection with this cub. He' nsslsted In
the religious department, and through
his Instrumentality' the club was soon
In a flourishing condition. Mr. Oault
waa a student; of Uaker University,
Kansas, for" th'reeyears,' le then ent
eiel the Moody Bible Insttuto In' Chi
cago, It was. at this institution' that
he; began to Interest himself In boys'
work, Since his arrival liore he has
started In' to, get 'things Into shape,
and baa already made; llia")ouml of
the vbrtous boyH' clilbs of 'this city,
A portion of his, time, will be de
voted to the boyi' department of tho
Y. M, C, A., the remainder to Instruct
I'S CLOTHES TO ORDER
,a.. " V i
English and American Tweeds and Serges. '
W. W- AHANA & CO.
62 So, King S,t. ' .'.,...,; , , No Branches.
8URE to have your
ybnr order to the
Vineyard 8t Ewa of'uuanu Stream
Makes the Picture
ing tho members of the various boy
Clubs of Uils city In athletic exercises,
Mr. Oault 'Is an expert li.dlan club
swinger., He has given exhibitions lit
Chicago and surroundl.iu teirltory,
Eastern Kansas and In Irdlaria. Ho
was a member of the Moouy Bibfo In
stitute baseball team; hU position be
ing center field. He was iiu chofen
to represent tho baker t'nfvorslt"
gymnastic team from ID'JI 1907,
, Thero nro between 400 und (50 mom
bcrs enrolled In the various boys
clubs In Honolulu, so tlict Mr. Oault
will have his wurk cut out Instructing
tho different, aggregations. Athletic
work Is only one of the n.'ans of get
ting nt t(i.e spiritual side of boys. It
Is hoped that theso atblttie exercises
will be tho means of Induing many of
(he boys to Join the Y M. U. A.,
where 'they will receive iitlp nnd ad
vice for their, future welfare.
TO BE COMPLETE
Building Will House All Working
iicpuruncnii w .Local institu
tionContract Is, Let.
Building operations, on 'the new
laboratory for tho Ileriilce P. Bishop
museum' will start on Monday. The
contract has been let to Lucas Bro
thers of this city, The building will
be a reinforced concrete structure
three .stories In height, with a large
photographic studio on the roof. The
height of the entire building will be
04 foot, ' ' ,
A covored bridge will connect the
three floors of this laboratory with
the museum and these will brf 35 feet
long by 8 feet wide. The" building
will Include n carpenter's' Bhop, n
cifst room, paper stock ioom, print
cry, a taxidermy, an Instrument
room, separatfe" room's for birds nnd
shells, a directors'
snens, a directors' room, n large osiurwy, janusry a
loom for. lueoita, and, separate ro6msjMl?NTB?EYs.u""1 Jan 7-
f6r geological and fcthnologlcnl spe
cimens1. Tho'new laboratory has been plan
ned on h. large scale to meet, the re
quirements not only of the present
but tb provide adequate spnee for
Hie future. 'The ground floor' will
include a carpenter's shop 39 feet by
in reel. Tills will be fitted ,wlth
work benches, sinks nnd rnmnintn
sets of tools. The cast room, tn which
models of hpo'elmeiiB wllj be' made,
will be 26 feet' by 2fi feet: The paper
stock room will' bo 14 by1 2C feet. A
hallway will run through tho center
or tlils building and will be 80 'feet,
In length by 10 feet In width.
" Alt'-eleratur, for the convenience
of the orijploy'ees and for freight pur
poses, win ue installed and will run
to the fourth story. The, prlntery
will tnke up nearly half of the
ground lloOr ,spf: and will' be 7fi
feet by 26 feet. Here all catalogues
and reports will be, printed and" made
into book form, "in addition' to the
elevator, a' main stairway '6 feet 6
Inches wide, will connect' pach floor.
All windows on ' the ground floor
wll be made of flre-nroof 'wire glass, J
bu uiui m met event or n nre the
heat 'w'fli not' penetrate. On either"
side o'f tho hallway will be cedar
Vases 8 feet high fitted w'jth glass
I i iT
fronts, In which all kinds ofspcciV
mens will be kept. In the carpenter's
shop' will be n. shower' room and the
usual offices. I
All columns nnd girders will be of
reinforced concrete. The exterior
elevations have been divided Into
bays teparajted by pilasters. A pil
aster Is a right-angled columnar pro
jection with capital and base from a
pier or wall. These pilasters have
been found necessary from a structu-
lal standpoint and nre to be .used for
exterior treatment ns well. In the
facades straight simple lines predo
minate nnd ornaments are sparingly,
used. The design on the whole Is
straight-forward", suitable to tho
ttructural medium and eminently,
suitable for Its purpose.
The design of this building will
eventually bo carried 'out In tho lib
rary and Pnpuan Hall which It Is
proposed to construct . later, and
which will connect with this labor
atory and museum. A particular' fea
ture In the construction of this
building Is that, none of the rooms
will bo marred by Interior columns.
The building will be lighted
throughout by 'electricity carried lri
tteel conduits. Each room' will be
provided with an ntitomatlc ' tele
phone', connecting directly with the
directors' room. '
The second floor will consist of a
marine xoology 2C feet by 30 feet;
a tax Idem ry 39 feet by 20 feel where
the art and process of preserving
dead 'animals or parts of them, and
especially In preparing and mounting
the skills of animals In a' lifelike
manner will form 'one of the conspi
cuous rooms of this 'second story. In
addition "there will be' hn Instrument
room 'and n, shttl room each 14 feet,
tj' 26 feet, a directors' room 26' feet
by 20 feet and a bird room 26 feet
by 26 feet. A hallway will run
through the center of this second
story und will "bo fitted with cabinets
for specimens similar to those In the
ground floor halfway. All rooms
throughout the entire building Will
be fitted with double doors.
The third floor will consist of a
lunch room 32" feet by 26 feet, an
Insect room 14 feet by 26 feet, an
ethnological department 20 feet by
26 feet, a geological department 14
foot by 26 feet, a store, room' 32 feet
by 26 feet, a' second taxidermy room
38 feet by 26 feet with n gallery
around three sides 7 feet wide' and
CO feet in length. Every roam wilt
bo fitted with' work benches, sinks
and unnecessary appliances for the
I successful handling of specimens.
The photographic 'studio on the
roof will be '21 feet by' S6 feet nnd
will be fitted with the necessary side
lights and skylights.' The doors lend
ing' Into each room throughout the
entire building will be made of su
gar pine. All cases for' 'specimens
will be' of white cedar, as thla wood
Is vermin proof.
The building Is reinforced concrete
throughout, therefore, absolutely
fireproof: It is about 20 per coht
less expensive to construct than u
steel or brick flrcproofed building and
nt least 50 ptjr cent cheaper to1 con
struct than a stone and steel build
The contract calls for the comple
tion of thla laboratory within eight
months and Lucas' Brothers are con
fident that they can accomplish this
well within that time limit., Tho
foundations will be carried ddwnto.
bed, rock and the whole structure
will bo most Bub'staritlalT ' "
IN FOnilON PORT
Saturday, January 8.,
S. S, Rosecrans. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-SaUcd Jan; 7:
S, S. Misnourlan, for Seattleand Ho
nolulu, SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 8:
8., Earl of .Elgin, honco Dec; 28.
YOKOHAMA-ArrlYod J,on. 8:
S. S. Mongolia,, hence Dec. 28,
HILO Arrived -Jan, 3:
8chr. Aloha, from Pprl Oamble.
" ' '
ar- bulletin n ov .
' t- m
The experienced amateur
and professional linow Ihls,
but the novice Is llliely to be
Kodak KllniB have been
proven and nre ( ten years
ahead of any other kind on
Pfioto Supply Co.,
' Fort Street
'Baiirday. January 8.
Vancouver and Victoria Aorangl,
C. A. S. 8., 2 p. "m.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Kea,
Btmr., n, m. ' ,
J'rldnv. .lnhimrv 7.
Kauai ports W, O. Hall, stinr., 5
P. tn. .
.Kauai porta Heleno, stmr., 5:13
P. m. V ,
Maul ports Claudlne, stinr., 5:20
Saturday, January 8.
Australian ports Via Suva Aorangl,
C.-A. 8. S., p. m.
VES8ELS TO ARRIVE
' Seattle and Puget Sound ports
llyndcs, U. N. S. S.
8unday, kJnu r 9.
Kauat pbfts Klnau, sttnr.t
Maul and Molokaf ports' Mlkahala,
Tuesday, January 11.
San Francisco Mexlcaiu A.-H. S. 8. '
Hongkolg 'and Japan ports Muushu
lnru.;T. K. K. S. 8.
Wednesday, January ttS
San Francisco Lurlluo, At. N. 8. 3.
Kauai, ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, January 13.
San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. S.
8an Francisco Thomas, U S. A. T.
Maul 'ports Claudlne, .stmr.
Friday, January 14,
Hongkong and Japan 'ports China,
P. M. 8., 8.,
Saturday, January 16.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
t Sunday, January 16.
Knual ports Klnau.'simr.
Maul and Molokal 'ports Mlkahala,
Wednesday, January 19.'
San Francisco llllpulaii, M'. N. S. S.
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Sydney nnd Australian porta Ao
rangl, Br. stmr.,- p. m,
.Hawaii ports Maul stmr., 3' p. m.
Monday, January 10.
Kauai ports fioeau, stmr; '
Tuesday, January 11.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkalrila,
Liter., 5 p. m.
South American portB Mahshu
Maru, T. K, K. S. 8.
KHiialpTnts'-Kliiau, siuir, 5 p. m.
Hllo und way portsAliiuua Ke.
Wednesday, January 12.' '
San Francisco Alameda, O. S, S.
Thursday, January 13.
Japan poris and Hongkong Korea,
P. M. 8. 8.. p. in. "" '
Manila via (In'am Thomas, U, 8.
A. T. '
Kauai iiorts W. Q. Ilall, stmr.
Friday, January 14.
Son Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Maul and Hawaii portr. Claudlne,
Tusday, January 18.
Hllo and way portB Mauna Kea,
, .Knual ports Klnau,, stmr, 6 p. m.
Uai and llojokal ports Mlkahala,
, Thursday, January 20.
Kauai portB W. 0.' Hall, Btmr.
Friday, January 21.
San FrariclBco Manchuria,' P. M.
S. 8. , ' '
, Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
' Tuesday, January 25.
8an Francisco lonlan, M. N, S, S,
Japan porta and Hongkong Nippon
MarnMT. K.-K. 8. S..
, Thursday, January 27.
Kauai potts w. O. Hall stmr. i o
Friday, January' 23;,
Maul and Hawaii porta Claudlne,
stmr. ' ' '
Bah Francisco Cbiyo Maru, T. K.,
K. 8. S. '
'Monday, January 31.
Japan ports and lloitgkong Siberia,
P. M. 8. 8.
'Malls are one at Honolulu from
points as follows:
pan Francisco Per Korea, Jan, 12. '
Yokoiiama Per fchlna, Jan. 14, , !
Vancouver Per Aorn'ngi,, Jan. 8. ' '
Colonies Per Makura, Fob. 1.,
Malls will depart' for the' Tollnwlng
points as follows:
SSn Francisco for Alameda, Jan. 12.
Yokohama Per Korea,Jan, J3
VuilCOIlVrrPnr MoLii.o l.-l. i
Colonies Per Aorangl, Jan. 8,'
TRAN8PORT '8ERVICeT t
I ' 111! V
U ii ford, arrived 'at San Francisco from
IIUUUIUIU, uci, 10.
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila, Dec, 27.
Logan, arrfveli ilanlla .Inn .1
.Thomas, sailed from San Fraucleco,
jun. o, .
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San
Per stmr. Mauna .0a, for H.tmu an
Kuu, Jan, 7, Bishop Libert, C, Wol
ters. Mrs. C. A. Wills Mia..uMi.. ,...
" ---- ? f (fin. jBtMlU
Pollard. Mrs. Stlllweli, Mrs. Darnum,
,. c .inr, wiauume, for Hawaii and
Maul uorte. Jan. 7-iM.n r.
Rev. D. Murray, .