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BVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLTJLO, T. II., SATURDAY, FED. 5, 1910.
Pacific Second Degree.
Hawaiian First Dcarce.
, All visiting weinbors of the
Order nro cordinlly Invltcil to
" attend meetings of local lodge
Kcct on the
2nd mid 4th
at K. P. Hal!
7:30 T. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' othcr Asm
BENEFICIAL A?SQIATlON. ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No, 3, 1. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. O. O. 1'. Hall. Fort Street.
B. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
F. D. Wlcke, N. O.
All visiting brothers vcrj cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and thlsd Frl
Bay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Dcrctanla. Vfaltlng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. T. HEINE, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, II. P. a
Elks, meets -la their ball, on King
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. .Visiting Drothera are cordially
, , invited, to attend
E. A, DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. 0. EA8TON, Sec'y.
Hawaiian ibibe, no. i. t o. r. m.
Meets every flrut and third ,Thur?-
fe, lays of each month at Knights of
W Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
7i(siaUy;invlted to attend.
' P. HIOGINS. Sachem.
'H f E. V. TODD. C. of R.
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' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
' Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cevnor
Berotanla and Fort streets.
& Visiting Eagleii nro Invited to at-
W. R. IHI.EY. W. P.
WU. C McCOY, Sec.
ft Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
" Meets evory 2nd and 4 th Baturday
'venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC ot P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Uoretanla. Visit-
,lng brothers cordially krvltcd to at
I II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
'i E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
Dr.l H. Raymond
?' PHYSICIAN AND SU-tOEOM.
Alakra St., Mauka Facile Clubv
Office HoursFrom 10 to 12: from
S to 4: from 7 to 8.
, ' SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
' Tel. Office, 500. Residence, 1460.
S EEOAL SHOE CO. s
' King and Bethel.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
' Go to
t "tonATTT-fcT P. Ttrnw nr Trtin
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i'r i, t Alexander Younf; BldB.
ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
WAil CHONG CO.
DRY QOOD A IT) TAIL0I11NO.
Everyiliine absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY ELK. HOTEL ST
SWING WO TAI & CO.
' 011 Nduanu St. ' ' Phone 206.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNC.
Frfdjy, February 4,
II. Kartell, Walluku: J,1I.I
Mlltamt.nn Mr and Mrs. J, II. Bar
nard, Ixlloliiu, Mr and Mrs J, It.
Lewis, Lct'clitii, Jlrc lloiger, Lelle
hna! J. K Hume, l.tllchua; P. II.
Slicildan, I.cllchti-i A. C. 'Smith, Ahs
trall.i Saturday, February S.
Dan Cirktuti, l.os AngoUs.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, February 4.
C Hcbelcr Fuglaiil; J. EnnsTnco
Saturday, February S,
J J Mnlle , IViieektOti O D. Ma
hoiin Walnahu: F I). Mnhone. Wnl-
AND ' -
Jordvi'i laces mill embroidery aali
now nolu? on
It Ih decidedly unsafo to drink out
lnar city unlcr Order n flo gallon
bottlu of distilled water and n cnsn ul
assorted nodi from Iljcroft'H.Fouuluin
aona worKs nuono 27(1
Wear Regnl shoes mid joit will wear
tho best shoes made for the money.
RpRt. nt $3 SO nnd JI nm b3tt-r than
any other" hhocs at (S. They also lead
nil others In st!( fit and workman-
Whitney & Manli nro offering a
special -aluo in Indies' tan snd buck
hoso. nt 23c. Thny nro regular 35c
Tho advantago of lMng neir to Iho
business- center Is -fully appreciated
by thoso who hno rooms nt tho de
lightful Hotel Majestic, corner of Fort
and Bcretnnla streets.'
Valentlned! Vulentlncs! Valen
tines! Tho finest assortment In Ho
nolulu will be found at A. II. Arlclgh
& jCo .Hotel ttrett opposite Union
Don't mtifl'the' chnrmlng bit of sontl
went afforded l St. Valentino's Day.
MIbb Power, Honolulu s leading mil-
liner, Is now on the pinlnland select-
in iiiBniiijinwp imiuncry for- spring
iiiiu vuuiiidr i-ui, (-pui'iwuijr icr iagi
cp. in the fnointlinc her nblo assist-
ants hne n bnutlful dlcplny of trim-
ncd hats ami lntllo ;ou to, see It
Mom's discount kilo begins Monday
morning February 7. Some otcep
tlonnl ofTerlngs will lm mado on mus
lin underwear; Ihirlng tilts discount
salo thc.ro will bo no oiccpilon to the)
usual stnro rule nnd ciiitnmcrs can
bo nsrured of getting 'he bejt at the
lowest lis nro.
Note tho remarkable price reduc
tions in ladies' wash suits at Sachs
tills weok. Tl.eso surprising figures
told In Sadih' ad In this lsni. Hun
dreds of othcr tiftcr-stocktaklng bar
gains also. Don't fall to visit Sachs',
Coco Cola, lrcn nrew, Jeney Cream
nnd all the popular Oitr In soft bev
erages manufnrttired by Hawaiian
Soili Works, phone 510. Piompt do
llvety and satisfaction assured.
Fireman Guy Camerun, whllo fatal
ly bcaldcd on his ongino, stuck io his
post recently at Valley, Cal , and ran
down tho track to warn nn approach
ing train that the line was blocked,
thus preventing a wreck.
FIro threatened the Japanese om-.
bnssy in Washington early last weak.
Tho flames brokq out In the stables
In tho rear as Baron Ucblda and Mme.
Uchida wcie returning homo from tho
diplomatic reception at the Whlto
Jlousc Tho damago was slight.
PERRY ---AVIS' PAINKILLER
has nrt .substitute 'No othor remedy
Is so cffcctlvo for rlioumnlsm, lumbago
stiffness, neuralgia or cold n." any sort.
Put up in 2Sc, Sue and 50c bottles .
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
mences MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7.
we tay-jcu can buy Muslinwear
( where, we mean that our average
ash jou to compare our goods and prices with the, best you can find
R'lscwhere, before making your purchase.
. Sale commences Monday morning, February 7. ' H . '
Fort St, -opposite Catholic Church .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Classified Ads art Al
ways Little Helpers. They will .help
your business; Ithey wili flndi'oit
uroDcrtv or oeoole:' ther will find
! something you want, and they will
sell something von don't twant.
Moral: Let the little helnrs.hels
you they only coat one cent a word.
Automobiles $4 per hOnrT Phone, (.
Mike Pnton has butterm)lk)( ii, the
Encore Saloon. ,
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage takVlt to 'HaValfcui
Carriage Mrs Co.. 427 Qoeen Bt.'t
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
Coniniltfco has disposed of his eldo
American Btwani Laundry Phono
502 Automobile dUtryBest work.
Time spent at the Fashion Saloon Is
llmo ploasantly spent This place 4s
sometimes known a the Two Jtoct
Dcutsch Ennge)l8ch ' Lutherlscbo
Klrcho, Ueretanla St., Felmy. 9:45
Sonntngsschulc, 11; Oottesdlenst, 3;
Coat )our Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. Catltornlt,
Feed Co , agents.
Tho subject of the address ot the
Rov, Robert J. Ultrdetto. DD. which
ho will dclhcr to the Army and Navy
nt the First Methodist Episcopal
chutch, Sunday evening, will bo "Tho
Ulggcst Dreadnaught Eer."
Among the passengers nrrhlng from
Haw-nil nnd Maul ports by the Inter
Island stc-uncr Mauna Kca this morn
ing were T. Cllve Davlcs, F. C. Ath
crtnn, D. Wlthlngton, and Illshop Res
tarlck. A. 11. Lockcnby, who Is now visiting
In Australia, has written that ho ex
pects to return to tho Islands soon.
Mr. Leckenhy Is muchly Interested In
a speclo of small bird found In that
Country and may bring a specimen
back with him..
The funeral' son ices oor tho re
mains or thu late A. W. Gilbert will
bo held at the home of W, E. Shaw,
1627 Anapuni Btreet, tomorrow, Sun
day, at 3 p in. Friends and acquaint
ances of tho deceased nro Invited to
Tho Chnmbor of Commerco moot
ing which was called tor Monda at
3 o'clock, has been postponed until
Tuesday following. This has been
deemed advisable in order that this
meeting may not clash with a similar
meeting to be held on Monday by the
There is a guest at the Moana hotel
who came In on the Asia whom It Is
thought Is heio in the Interest ot the
Thetis scliure affair. Tho guntloman's
namo is Montague Klr'twood. Consul
General U)cno has received no word
as yet from his homo government on
the capture of tho Japanese poachers,
Christian Church A. C. McKeever,
minister. 9:45, Dlble school: "A Study
In tho Life of Christ." 0:30. Y. P. S.
C. E.; "India at Daybreak." 11 a. m
sermon and communion. 7:30 p. m.
sermon, "Must We Confess Christ
Publicly?" The young men of tho
congregation will have chargo of tho
music at tho evening sorvlce. All are,
Imlted to worship with us.
Tomorrow morning at 11 ocloek tho
Illshop of tho Diocese will consecrate
to tho glory of Ood that pretty little
church, St. Clement's, on Wilder ave
nue nnd will, at the same time, dedi
cate tho 'rectory and parish house. The
Ben Ice, which win ijo choral, U very
beautiful and the ceremony will bo an
Impressive one. The scats are free
and the public Is cordially Invited to
The Roy, Robert J. Btmlctto. D. D ,
will preach a special sermon to the
Ijojb of tho Army and Navy at the
First Methodist Episcopal Church, cor
ner Beretania avenuo and Miller Btreet,
Sunday evening at 7:30. Tho
public generally Is Invited. Dr. Bur
dotte is one of America's most distin
guished and popular preachers. His
great church In Los Angclos was a
wajs crowded, to hoar him and doubt
less the Honolulu people will bo ploas-
ed to hao this opportunity to hear
the gifted minister,
TO CURE A COLO III QUE for
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All drugjj-ists refund
the money if it fails io cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is oa
each box '
PARIS MEDICINE CO , Ot. Uttls, U 8. A.
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DISCOUNT SALE on Mttilinwear com
Every (rarment freih and criip. Whan
here and now for lew money than elie-
values are' better in every reipect. We
When yon want to be SURE to have your
Handled rieht. phone you order to tho
CITY TRANSFER ,C0.
H. tore. Phone 182.
' "T i. iiiiiinns ssi - i .. . i L'iiiLmmjmimsiaj.3i.m3.'am
Union - PaciOc
Transfer Co., Ltd.
rnrtoM and Piano Moving
SEBREE A FOE .
No Clash Between Navy
Ana i reasury
Admiral Sebreo of tho "IJIg Eight"
has taken n decided sUnd against an
attempt being made by tho sailors
from tho Act (o bring ashoro articles
of n dutiable nature nnd thereby
evade the Imposition of prescribed
Tho nttltudd-bf" Admiral Sobree has
been the subject of much favorable
comment, from Federal officials, and
Indicates that' an'tfnr as. the present
nesa oi ino i-scinc rjeoi is concerneu
there, exists no'frlctloh whatsoever In
thc'relations bt the navy and the Unit
ed States Treasury Department
8omo four ears ago, with the ar
rival of the Pacific Bquadron, many
daring attempts were mado at this
port towards wholesale, smuggling or
dutiable articles which had, been se
cured at various ports of call in the
At that time several serious clashes
between the naval officials and tho J
local customs authorities occurred
over the attempts to lol,ito the laws
and evade the duties;
One of the first matters to rcceUe
attention nt the hands, of Admiral Se
breo upon his arrival at Honolulu wns
to arrange for tlto placing of an clfi
cient guard at the gangway of all tho
cruisers. ThetjCm'on'jWra; Instructed
to make earful Investigation of all
packages which might jjg taken nshoro
by 'the sailors on leave. Should any
person connected with"1 the fleet be
caught In tho act of trying to land
dutiable articles, ithe Admiral's In
ktructlont. were to tho, effect that the
offender b? count roartbiled.
The sweeping Order Has had a very
salutary effect In curbing any desire
upon tho part of anyone to try' their
hand nt smuggling.
Wnlluku, Maul, Feb' 4. Following
ore the officers ot the new Maul Cham
ber of Commerco: ,.
H. P. Baldwin, president; R. A.
Wdworth. lco president: D. 11.
Case secretary! C. D. Lufkln, treasur
er, Trustees For nana. W. A. Mc
Kav: MOJokal, W. K. Poguo: Walluku.
li; P. Baldwin, D. II. Casfr. H. B.'Pon
hallow and W. T. Robin ton! Makawao,
EUgar Morton, E. 11 Carley, D. C.
Lindsay and L. on Toinpakj: Ln
haina, J. N. S. Williams, L. Welni
helmcr, A. N. Kepolkai' And R. A.
Wadsworth.' ri . f
The matter of Initiation fees and
quarterly duos was much discussed at
tno meeting for organization, some
suggested a $10 Initiation fed and
quarterly dues not to exceed $5. Man
ager Penhallow tainted put tho neces
sity of getting in as members a great
rdatiy deslrablo pcop'lo' 'who could
not afford a heavy tax.' Ho finally
moved to make the Initiation fee $5
aid tho quarterly duos to be such a
snm as the trustees deem necessary
for each quarter piovlded, however,
that In no caso shall tho quarterly
dues ba over $3. This was adopted.
JACKIES TO GIVE
' VAUDEVILLE SDOW
On Monday evening there will be
a grand vaudeville show on board
the California. The troupe Is cont
sidered one of the best' in tho Pacific
floet, and allj thoso who attend the
show will admit that tho lads can
put on stunts that would not bhami
Bchlffhorsh nhd Ward, billed as
airman and Irish knockabout artists,
are said to be ns good as can be seen
aijywhere. There are twelve per
formers ln the company, and they
are all stars. 4
.(," . j 1
, Jl-' k ( TT:,
board the ti. S. B. Maryland
Uiorels u .wrestler 'napied it. A.
Bindberg, and ho Isapxlous to hpe
a- go at any local man, Roberts pre
ferred. In a letter to the' U u 1 1 e
tln, Sandberg challenges any man
In the feet or In Honolulu, and any
weight, from 200 pounds down,
Sandberg weighs 175 pounds, and
Ills trulnor and manager,, Conrad,
is willing to -wager any amount that
his muu rati defeat any oftho mat
artists now In Hawaii.
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' IM PORKlaN'fORTt
SaturdJi. February 5.
SAN FRANCISCO-AniVid Feb. 4:
3. S. Novadan, hence Jan. 27.
SAN FHANCISCC) Afrhod Fob. 5:
S. S. Ailzonnn. from San Diego.
S. 8. Hndes, from Kahulul, Jnn. 20.
YUKUiiAMA Arriveii Keo. s:
S S. Nippon Maru henco Jan. 25,
SAN FRANClSCO--3alIod Feb. S:
U.'S. A. T, Sheridan, for Honolulu.
H1I.U sailed Feb. '3!
Dk. St. Kuthcrlue. for San Fran'
Friday, February 3.
OAVIOTA Sailed Feu. 3:
Sp. Marlon Chllcott,, for Honolulu.
PORT GAMBLE Sailed Feb. 3:
Schr. Robert Lowers, for Honolulu.
SAN DIEOO-Arrlved Feb. 3.
S. S. Arltonan, from Sallnn.Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Fob. 4:
Schr, W. 11. Marston, for Honolulu.
WATE RFROHT NOTES
THE OCEANIC steamer Alameda
roported by wlrelocs as 625 miles off
tho port en route to San FrancUco, u
meeting with flno weather, light
brOezes and smooth seas, according to
advices receUcd by C. Brewer & Co.
at 3 o'clock: last evening. v
THE DEPARTURE of the American
schooner W. 11. Marston from Suit
Francisco with a large general cargo
for Honolulu Is reported. Tho easel
sailed from tho coast yesterday ac
cording to late cab ed advices.
THE ARRIVAL ot the American Ha
waiian freighter Novadan at San Fran
cisco Is reported yesterday.
ACCORDING to advices brought
here by tho Pacific Mail liner Asia
the port of Koke, Japan, has been
closed owing to the provslcnco of vir
ulent bubonic plague. Kobe has ot
lato been holding its own In the ranks
of quarantined ports In tho For East
It was about n sear ago that the Jap
anese port was seriously Infested with
r fsi 111
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner China
from San Francisco, Is expected to ar
rive at Honoliru on noxt Tuesday.
Tho China Is believed will bring a
number ot passengers for this port.
TUB AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN corn
pan) 's freighter Nevadan Is scheduled
to sail from San Francisco for Hono
lulu direct on February 10. Tho ves
sel made a quick tilp to tho Const.
Tho Novadan should arrlvo here on'or
about February 17.
THERE ARE five thousand tons of
general cargo on board the Amorlcin
Hawaiian freighter Columbian, to bo
discharged at Honolulu. A largo
amount of this freight consists of rails
for the looal street railway company.
In transit, the Columbian has steel
rails and other merchandise for Ka
hulul and Hllo. The freighter will
take on sugar at tho island parts des
tined for Ballna Cruz and Is duo to
sail for Kahulul on or about next
THE SCHOONER 'Netllo Champion,
from Norfolk for New York, was pass
ed on December 27 In latitude; 3C 4B
norh, longitude 745 west. She waj)
abandoned, decks awash, main and
mlzzcn masts gono, jlbboom carried
away nnd generally battered and dlii
manilod. 8ho. hid a deckioad of luni
ber'.'whlch was still Intact.
(Contlnaed from Pace 1.)
of shnfts ot steamers, tno crank rod3
on engines, both constructed with
the greatest degree of care and of
the best material obtainable both
nro subjected tb great strain and Vi
bration producing tfies'o results. It
is these,, as It were, eating into the
metal, the crystafs separating until
It has reached ,tbe breaking point.
There Is nothing In the way ot sur
face Indication to show this ponK
tlon. "A statement was mado In yester
day's Issue of tho Bulletin that
had this tar been equipped witty an
air brnke the accident would not
with an air brakr. tho breaking of
the rod woulaSliave disabled liotll uir
and hand brake' -' ' '"
"Within the , past year, three Very
serious accidents- happened on hCe of
(bo Coast rallfUds, n-,uMiu Imfo
loss ot life. In'each'lnnauc-l throngh
tho failure of air brakes, i? wnilc jirop
erly on descending grades. The air
brake Is effect jvo on he.ivy cniB, sty
qf twenty tons or over,-iuJ tin nmto' - -
man is relieved Ot lho afilltt If a t'ntid
brake were used. The weight of car
No. 10 Is about ton torn It way' a
slnglo truck car and insof-)- as I am
awara Bingle truck cars aro ntiver
equipped with 'air brakes."
If there's such 'a thing as untold
agony It Is the secret a woman !s
compelled to keep.
Tho early worm should koep later
Better n budding gontus than a
bloomlna Idiot? '-1 " '
t l '1 4
Per P. M. a. H. Asls. fronfltorttrion!-
nnd Japan poits, Feb. '4 for Hcno- Hongkong and Japan iorta Asia,
lulu: Montague Klrkwtiod, Mrs. 3o- P- M. B. S , 6 p. m.
atrlce Oalardl and child, Lawson R. Ballna Cms via San Francisco and
Muzxy, Mrs. Montague Klrkwood, MYs. Seattle Columbian, A -II. ti. 8, p. m.
Wond Shoo, dcralil O. Irwlne. I Saturday, February B.
Per itmr. Mauna, Kea. fiom Hawaii Hawaii and Maui ports Alauna Kea,
and Maul poits, Fob. 6 F. C. Athor- atmr., a. m.
ton and wife, P. W. Carey and wile, C. t' Ti ,.TIh
J. Daniels. S. Provost, I). Carleton, R." I PKPAWTKP I
J. Fnlor, T. Cllvo Davles and wife, H. Friday February 4. '
. Wa"lcr "I"1 ,wl,fe.M,l,M0.BI?? San Francisco U. 8. S. Denver and
(2), J. Dunnetl, J. J. Muller. J. F. C. Qalveston, on cruise, 1:30 p. rd.
Hagens V. Hind, D. McCorrlston, EJ. San rranclcco-Iroquois, U. B. Nav
D. Douglass Misses Keau (2). P. L.al tug on cruis0 i:3u m.
Homo D Wlthlngton, Bishop Itestar-1 San Francisco-Logan, U. 8. A. T.,
ick, Mrs. D. Manu and daughter, H.'530 p m
R. Brjant T. II. Pitrle Mrs. E. Mad-, ' Hawaii 'via Maul ports-Claudlne,
den, F. J. Llndemahn, Miss Athcrton,' (,,. 5 ,
Miss Flaxman.Q. Bradford Dr. E. " Saturday, February B.
Wilcox, J, II .McKenzle, Mrs K. Snn pranclsco-Asia, P. M. S. 8,
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F. W. Damon.
Per P. M. 8 8. Asia, for Ban Fran-L,
. 5. Mrs. a Ijl Sargent, Mlssl
Kelly, Mrs. Wi Evans, Mrs. W. "A:
Olassford, Mrs. C. T. Owens, Mrs. C.
Wells, Miss Martin. Mrs. II. J. Zlege
mcler. Mrs. O. II. Oakley, Mrs. T. II.
Per itmr, Mauna L6a. ifpr Kona
and Kau ports, Feb. 8. Mrs. R. D.
Wallbridgo, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. Man
son, Miss Glbum, Mr. ail h'lfl. K. M.
Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Oetz Mr. nd
Mrs. P. Shiner, "Mr. Mil Mrs. W.
Stack, Miss Ktreher? Miss BUsey, r.
Vf. Carp, W. Richardson
Per stmr. Mauna Kea. for Hllo and
way ports, Feb 8. Mr? and Mrs. E
Carroll, It. Hagen, Mrs. Hagen F. N.
Carp, A. Humberg, Mrs. Humberg
James Haney, Mrs. Harvey, MUs Han
son, Mrs. J. Gillie, J. B. Adams. Mrs.
Adams Mrs. Williams. Carl S. Smith,
T. W. Meade. J. T. Kclduff. Mrs. v7. II.
Rice, Miss B. Rice, Miss Parsons M.
Rlcbardcon. Gerald Miller, Mrs. J. E.
Miller, A. H. Manning, Mrs, Mnnnlng
Miss Cameron Miss S. Peck, Mis. F.
Baxter.' Mrs. Mnnton, Miss albson,
Mrs. albson E. M. Barton, Mrs. Bar
ton. H. Cots, Mrs. dels. W, Black, Mrs.
Black, , Miss Karcher. Miss Busoy, Mr.
and Mrs. Ordway, MUs Ordway.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai portp.
Feb. 8. Rev. J. W. Wadman, Rev.
Mitt. Mrs. H. D. Wlshard, Dr. O. II.
Huddy, W. C. Parke.
Per stmr. Claudlne. far Hawaii and
Maul ports, Fob. -4 J, P. Cooke.
' ST. VALENTINE'S. ' '",
the Inh will be served all kinds of
ed Into a typical old English village
of the Elizabethan period. On
either ,sldo of tho main r street are
shops, where valentines, tarts,
sweets, haberdasher), lolly-pops and
general merchandise may be pur
chased. At one end of 'the street Is
a large postofllce, from which mnil
will be delivered every halt hour.
A bank, where United States money
may he exchanged for bank notes of
St. Valentine, has been Installed, so
that those In the employ, ot the .vil
lage may be paid In. that currency.
This paper money Is, of arious de
The general public will enter the
village by tho cloister on Emma
street. After giving their names to
the beadle ot the parish, they will
pass through the Inn and ''Into St.
Valentino's village., All the shops
have be7 covered with cloth to rep
resent, the style of architecture ot
that period. These have been dec
orated with foliage to represent tbr
Ivy-clbd houses ot old England, -l
A typical village green has been
arranged, In the. center. ofuWhlch" Is
an old-fashioned well. During the
course ot the evening there will bo
a number of side-show performances.
The beadle ot the parish will head
a procession of all the village celeb
rities, Including the town-crler. Men
and women attired In costumes of
olden days will represent village
lawyers, squires, doctors and society
dames, a traveling circus will visit
the village, so that the children may
enjoy the antics of the clowns.
'This entertainment has beon got
ten up by the Hawaiian member of
St. Andrew's cathedral and their
friends. Tho members ot this con
gregation and tholr friends are In
lted to be present. There will bo
no admission. The tun begins at 7
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pressed provision against the killing
of birds, ho'wns also violating the
terms of his lease In addition to op
erating contrary to the executive
order otthe president of the United
States. -xtku , f ,
Among the calculations found in
the documents ot-the Japanese! is "a
series 01 ugures snowing rnat
! profit bt ono hundred and ten per
cent, would be realized on tho(moncy
invested in the Laysan bird-killing
Bob "Pa said this was a Croat day
for fish, but I ain't caught one.'
Ball) "Wo'l, don't that make It a
prnfll HflV fni. 11m flail -'-Lniniln f1t,4n
"I hoar yotlr watch wos stolon."
"Yes: tho Infernal Idiot took It to
tho pawnshop. There il was at orfcQ """""- '"""
recognized and tho man w inrkmi ... ih,ii .
up."-Llpplncolfa. , "Q, IP iH fTJ? AW fV
Friday. February 4.
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Sunday, February 6.
Kauai po-ts Klnau, Btmr.
Maul and Molokol ports Mlkahala,
Tuesday February 8. 1
Son Francisco China, P, M. S. S.
Wednesday,' February 9.
San Francisco Lurllnc, M. N. S. 8.
Kauai iorts W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, February 10.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudino,
1 , Saturday, February 12. '
Hllo and way ports Mauna Ken,
stmr. ' '
' Sunday, February 13.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr.
Saturday, February 14,
Ban Franclfcco Manchuria, P. M.
S. S. ,
Wednesday, February 18.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M N.
Friday, February 18.
San Fmncluco Alameda, O. S. S.
Hongkong and Japan 'porta Mon
golia, P. M, 8. 8.
Sunday, February 27.
San Francisco and Seattle Hllon
Ian, M. N. 8. S.
4 : 4
VESSELS TO DEPART
Saturoay,. February fi'
C. A. 8. 8.
Monday, February 7.
Kauai ports Noeau. stmr.
' Tuesday, Februsry 8.
Hllo and way ports Mauna
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr, S p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 6 p. m. '
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
P. M. 8. 8.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa.
San Francisco Pacific fleet, eight
Thursday, February 10.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, February 11.'
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudino,
Monday, February 14.
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. S. B.
Sunday, February 13.
Manila Via Guam Sheridan, U. 8.
Tuesday, February 18.
H(lo and way ports Mauna Koa,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr, 5 p. m.
Man! and -Molokal bbrts Mlkahala,
stmr., 6 p. m.
11 Wednesday, February 18.
Ban Francisco Lurline, M, N. 8. 8.
Thursday, February 17.
Kauai ports W. a. Hall.' simr. '
, Friday, February 18.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8 8.
Hawaii, and Maul ports Claudlne,
Btmr., 6 p. m.
Friday, February 29.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, U, N.
Malls are aue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Ban Francisco Per China, Feb. 8. J
Yokohama Per Mongolia. Fub. 18. ,
Vancouver Per Moana today.
Colonies Per Malta. March V
Mans-win aepart for "the following
points as follows:
Yokohama China, Feb. 8,
Vaucauvor Per Maltal March I. '
Colonies Per Moana, Feb. E.
Buford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu -Oct. IS
Wx, from Honolulu for Manila: arrived
'"Jinjo.' v ..--
Logan,, from -Honolulu1 for jan Fran
Cisco, Fob. i, . ,
Thomas arrived Manila from Hono
lulu. Feb. 3. f
Sheridan, arrived 8an Francisco from
Honolulu. Jan. 13,
A thing of beauty Js a joy until
the styles change. Atlanta Journal.
When the dlvlno Is only a proposi
tion plot,y Is only .a theory,
Taft's messagf urging, conserva
tion was cheered by' the House.
Thirty million, dollars Will be op-
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