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BTVUNINQ BtTtf.BTm. HONOLTJUJ. T. If., FRIDAY, Fnn. 11, 1910.
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On KAIMUKI CARLINE. Streets Paved' Water Mains. Laitf, Excellent , View, Absolutely No Rocks
OUR PLAN is to sell' only a limited! number of loW at this figure. To save the advance in price ACT NOW
Take Waialae car
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Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular, 5 p. m.
Lei Alcha Chapter No. 3
All visiting memben of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EN61NEEBS' Tther Auo
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciationi cor
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 la I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. n. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY. Noble Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU 10DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In IC. of P, Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
H'ONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, H. P. U.
Klks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
tng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
sUally Invited to attend.
P. HIQGINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'cloclt in K. of P. Hall, corner
Berotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eacles are Invited to at
tend. w. it. niLcr, w. p.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Win. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8,K ofP.
Meets evory 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanln. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. It. S.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY OOODb AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST,
WING WO'TAI SCO.
011 'Nuunnu St,
to Subdivision and'
Agent at .the tract' afternoons.
WE HAVE WITH US'
AT Tfl YOUNQ.
Friday, February 11.
3. 8. Sitiiw. Pearl City.
VVcdncrday, Tebrusry 9.
P. SI Pa) no, San Frunclsco; C. V.
Hoclgo San Francisco; C. Poguo, San
ta Clara; J A McLennan, Mrs. 1'.
Sctilloua., ; K. i:. Maliltim, Kiual.
Thursday, February 10
Carl Waldo cr, Lihalna; W. E
nountrco, Snu Francisco; Mrs. W. W.
Wescoitt, Puuiicne; J. J. Walsh, Ka
Imlul. Tuesday, February 8.
J. J. Klrkpalrick, San Francisco; P.
L McDermott, New York City; XV, K.
Stewart, Munmoutli, 111 ; Dr. A. Mor
till, San Francisco; Isidore Gllbtrunk,
Now York City;, J. S. McCandless.
clt); W. R. Huffl San Francisco; O.
JMIsh, San Francisco; Mrs. U. Mlsh,
San Francisco; A. Sutcltrt, Manila,
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Wednesday, February 9.
Mr. and Mrs J. Milton, Orand Junc
Friday, February 4.
C. Hoboler, England; J. Evans, Taco
HAS YOUNG CAFE
rred Turrlll Inspector of 1-lccnneB,
proceeded ngilnct tho proprietors of
tho Young Cafu nt o Police Court
this morning. Tlio marco was that
of running a restaurant nlthout a lic
ense Mr. Olsen of tho firm of Ilolmoi.
Stanley & OUcn. nppearcd for tho
nominal defendant, J. Ilcrtscho, and
a plea of not guilty was entered. Tho
counsel snld that the enfo had a lic
ense, nnd It Is presumed that the hotel
license of tho Young Is supposed to
cocr tlio restaurant as well as tho
rest of tho house.
No evldcnco was given :n tho case
and a continuance till February 18
was asked for and granted.
THE KOAN MAnU, a Japaneso
freighter. Is reportel to havo sailed
from MoJI, Japan, for Honolulu and
tho coast on Inst Sunda). Tho cssel
should nrrle hero on or about Feb
m urn t
THE AMERICAN HAWAIIAN llnor
Neadan, with freight and passengers
for Honolulu, Is rcjiorted )) her ngnnts
as hating silled from San Francisco
af&t: fii&& ri3-"j ' '
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT SALE on Muslinwear com
mences MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. Every garment freeh and crisp. When
we tay you can buy Muslinwear here and now for Iris money than else
where, we mean that our average' values are better in every respect. We
ask you to compare our goods and prices with the best you can find
elsewhere, before making your purchase. ,
Sale commences Monday morning, February 7.
Fort St., opposite
pick oiif your lot.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
One rrnt n ximnl will mmw vaiipiT
message to the people of Hawaii in
uic UH5JIUCU columns oi tne bul
letin. A tnirtv rpnt inVMtmrnt
,will place your wa;V-W wish before"
almost thirty ','nOusand peoplo.
. AuTomobllcs $4 por hour. Phona 6.
Telephone COS to have Laundry
called for and dcllcred quick.
Dr. J. J. Carey, the dentist, has
opened ofllcis at Room 307, Boston
American Steam Laundry Phono
503 AutomoL'.lo delUcry Best work.
Our specialty Is cleaning and block
ing felt, straw and Panama hats. Ex
pert Hat Cleaners, 1131 Ft SI.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carrlaga take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St
The Department of Public Works re-
rortB the collection or $171000 In
water and sower rates s:nco Juno 30
of last car.
Oovernor Fiear and Admlial Selirco
havo exchange! wlrelcs mcxages of
a social nature slrco tho fleet left
Ijicals Tho lltoi-nry rnd musical
circles of tho Kllnhana Art !.caguo
win kUo the first of a rcrlos nt satui
day morning entertainments tomormw
morning at 10:30 o'clock. Tomorrow's
program Includes Folksongs by Mrs.
on Holt, Illustrated by member of
tho Morning Musical Club. Only mem
bers of tho League will bo admitted.
Saturday evening's program at tho
Commercial Club will bo one of tho
most attractive cer given by tho bus
iness men of the city. Dr. ilurdette Is
alwa)s an interesting talker and Sec
ictary Wrstlako of tho Minneapolis
Commercial Club will tell tho business
men of Honolulu how the commercial
club of his city Is 'conducted.
Ecn thine Is In rOadlncsa for the
grand masquerade ball of the Chlncso
Athlottc Club, and tomorrow night nt
tho K or p. hall the. danco win bo
given. The grand march will open tho
proceedings nt 8 o'clock, and at 10 tho
masks will be removed.
The Chlneso residents consider that
tho ball Is tho main ovent of tho New
Year celebrations, and n big crowd Is
oxnectcd to atttind. Earnest Kaal's
orchestra will be on hand and that
guarantees that tho music will bo first
Prizes will be given for tho best cos
tumes and It Is planned to try and get
soma of tho Clovcland excursionists
to act "as Judgos. It Is thought that
tho sight of all tho younger genera
tion of Chinese enjoying themselves
In a t)plcal American fasnion will bo
a very Interesting sceno for tho tour
ists. An Italian wine merchant In .New
York was-killed In his cellar and
robbed. , ,
down and $10 per month
The Haiistn Realty Co.
Phone 553 -
Handled rfcht, phone
When you want to In SURE to have your '
CITY TRANSFER CO.-
Jai, H. Love.
THE CREW of tho Gcrnnn steamer
Cleveland will busll) employed ester
day In rrnor.tlug the h:g passenger
Aesce), whose crulso of 23,000 miles
from New York ended ln3t Monlay
morning There nro moro than 400
men nnd boys In tho Cleveland's crow
and they had the Btea-uer stripped of
eory oldonco of bo'ng n parsenger
ship With as groat energy the crew
will work today In order to havo tho
Cleveland ready for tlio Immense
crowd of visitors that Is expected to
overrun tho slcamcr from 10 to 5
rive thousand Invitations have been
Issued by II. F. Dorgelon Pacific Coast
manager of tho Hamburg American
line, and hundreds of applications lmo
been received by him fro n promln-nt
persons who desire to Inspect the
Clovoland. Music w III bo furnished for
tho occasion b) tho ttacamer's band
and orchestra The Clovcland Is to
sail at 2 o,'lock Saturday afternoon
for tho n.t4n crulso to New York,
with 730 excursionists Examiner
THE NEW Matson Navigation liner
Wllhclmlna Is declared to :iavo sus
tained no damasc by grounding at San
Francisco prior to her Balling for Ho
nolulu )cstcrday aftcrnocn. Tlio ves
sel proceeded on her way io tho Ha
waiian Islands nnd vns not detained
for an examination. Tho Wllhelmlna
Is oxuected to como down hero nt n
slx-da)s clip Thero Is a hopo ex
pressed that tho new liner may go a
little under this figure. Tho arrival
of tho Wllhelmlna will no signalled
by n reception In which will partici
pate the Hawaiian bind.
A LARGE thlpmcnt of freight from
Now York was taken by the American-
Hawaiian freighter Virginian, vvlihh
Balled from Sallnn Cruz for San Fran
clsco on Inst Monday. Thin vessel Is
scheduled to ball from San I"rancls
co on February 23 for Pugot Sound
ports nnd after taking on additional
carpo for tho Hawaiian Islands, the
Virginian Is expected to lcavo Seattle
for Honolulu direct on March 3.
TllE CLEVELAND, tho big Ham
burg America liner, Is dub to arrivo at
Honolulu early1 tomorrow morning,
bringing seven hundred and fifty
passengers whq aro maklug tho round-the-world
tour under tho auspices of
tho Clark Tourist ngoncy, Tho Clovo
land will ho mot outsldo tlio port by
special chartered launches containing
members of tho Promotion Committee
and other clvTc societies.
TODAY WAS tho ono hundred nnd
twenty-ninth since tho Amerlcnn Bhlp
Edward Sowall Balled from Newport
Ncwb with a largo shipment of coal
dostlned for tho local naval (station
"The Sowall has a record for some
rather lively passages between tho At
lantic coast coal ports and tho Ha
waiian iBlunds and her arrival hero Is
now expected dally.
ACCORDING TO cab'os rccelvod
from the const tho Matson Navigation
liner Hllontqn fr,nm Honolulu to Ban
Francisco arrived at the California
port csterdtty. Afte discharging hor
shipment of siigftr, tho Hllonlan will
proceed to Scuttle nnd will sail from
that port for Honolulu on February
THE UNITED STATES transport
Sheridan, with thef headquarters, band
nnd enlisted men of tho Nineteenth
Infantry, Is due to arrive off tho ror'
tomorrow mdrntng. Tho trnnsport
will remain heio long enough to tako
on about six hundred tons or coal bo
foro proceeding to Manila. '
THE UNITED STATES army trnns
port Sneddon Is duo to nrrivo luio
early on, Sunday morning, nc .orillng to
a wireless mcBsngo receive I by1 the
local quartermaster department today
Tho transp6rt Is expected in bo off
tho port nt daylight with Iho Nine
teenth Infantry and casuals.
TIIE SCJHOONER Heleno is chalk
ing up a' rather long passngo to her
V- V . I t
your order to the
credit, tho vcsicl having silled from
Port Ludlow for Honolulu thirty-six
il.is ago with n shipment of lumber
consigned to tho local ngcrcy of Allen
& Itnblnw.n. Tho Heleno U du3 to ar
rive hero dally.
THI3 LITTLE eteimcr Mokolll w
turned yestorda) evening, having tak
en tho bark Allien llev.'o Li n eo'ui.l
ernbla distance out to bci Tho Alikii
Betse Is on route to lrblonril South
ern, California, with n Fhlpmour. i f
nine hundred ton.v of Jun'c n U scrap
THE AMERICAN schtoner James
Rolph elioulil bo reported from Iho
iciJo! wllelllrSm" aKrV.tclCS lor
tho Kona port nineteen days ergo.
Messis Hind. Rolph & Compan) aro
tho agcut3 for tho vessel.
Lumber nnd ot'ier mitorlal Intend
cd for tho Pcail lUruor docka hai
loft tho ,K)rt of Muklltoo by tlio little
..i-.; .-. ..i n-i... -i
,iiiv-,iiui lmiuwiui nvi, . mo ,,oj. uou)"rnn join wio ciiwh, unu u nin
salled from tho north Pacific coast ncr wm ue wngcrcd on the result,
lort on Wednctday. a special prize will nlso bo ottered
, & , I for the crew whoso shell goes tho
THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN llu- fmllt8t without uipilzlnrjl
cr Mnknra, which nrrlved nt Honolulu, lhcro wn l0 tllrco nlctB 011 i-eu.
pn list Thiirt day with ncaso of timall- lu . 20 nm, tll0 cvcnti m ij0
pox on lKard. Is reported :iy cnblo as
having rcachcl Victoria, B. C. ) ester-
., .,., .r,,f. , c ... .1 I It hns been decided that both clubi
Inter Island stoamer Keaulinii, rrom " , . ,,.i -t,.,,.
Kcalla. with 2B20 sacks of sugar, Tho llIlV0 been dismissed from their clubs
vessel met with duo weather on tho or nro behind In their dues. No ono
trip though tho officers reported con- who Is nn offender in those rospocts
tldcrablo rain on Knual. lean possibly ho ejected u member of
TIIE BUOYS marking tho channel i An ngrcenicnt wilt bo made soon
leading to t!e harbor of Honolulu "'J 'tcon the two clubs whereby tho
SMtaiVi11 lm Xt ,llll0"n', Pearl Harbor regatta will bo looked
THE SALVAGE from tho wrecked "- "nl tl10 Hofcalljllltle-J of tho at
Inrk Androw Black Is being unloaded fair being rovlvcd will lie consldor
from tho steamer Jahios Makeo at the ed. Tho Strawberry crow Hint ha3
old Klnau wharf.
nfty soven gamblers fneed tho music
this morning lu the iiollco ovation, and
not ono of thorn escaped piylng a fino.
Forty two of the bunch ploadod guilty
and were fined 13 each.
Tho lemalnlng firteen wero repre
sented by C K Clillllngworth, and
they entered n ploa of not guilty. Chief
of Dotccttvis McDufflo was tho prin
cipal witness lu tho caso, nnd lie' tes
tified to having entered a house on
Pnuahl street nnd capturing a blinch
of Chlneso who woro deeply Interest
ed In n game of pal kou. Money was
on the tnhlo and all the Implements
of tho gimo wero lu ovldoncc.
WHIIo Ci aw ford wns called ns an
expert In tnl kou and other gimos,
nnd ho gao testimony as to tho way
tho gama was plnvc.l. Dlco, buttons.
dominoes and other articles
tnmotlnus cmnloied. In Crawford's
opinion the gamo was n gambling mid.
t...i- -ri.r. ... .i . .i. .--,
that ho know nothing about tho m)3-
torls of pn kau, and Clillllngworth
suggested thnt Prosecutor Brown
could enlighten tho Judgo, Brown did
that ho know nothing about tho m,a-
riot seem wllllnir bh ho did not con -
skier himself ' aif oxVrt "Well you
should know something about It'." ro-
torted Chllllncworth "I beard thnt
yen lost $13 to .the "consul In "game "
A hugo laugh wont up from ovcrybod'y
In court at this sally
After thn rvlilLiirn vn nil licnrd
ChllllngvvTth on being asked If ho
wished to address tho court oii ho-
half of his clients until that rather
than havo to llstei oflirdvvn in reply,
ho would foiogo his nrlvllegO
Judgo Thnver after henrlng' the ov-
Idenco snld thai tho ciko w u piovrd
against tho nccused n-.d lliiM tho
bunch fC each.
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Mokunhl who was charged at the
police station with having stolen a
laddor, was thin morning dlschirged
from custody on tho request of Pich
ocutor Brown, who said thnt If ho had
known tho full details' of tho mutter
h would havo nover taKon tho caJo
STRAWBERRY CHEW !1
IS NOW SELEGTED
Hunanl P.liih Cninrf Strnn
In All Depart
ments Now that the Ilenlanl Boat Chili
Ins selected Its Strnvvburr) crov tii
rnco ngulnst tho Myrtle bunch, all
la rvpltnnipiit nil thn linrlinr. Clll
(nn ConKIB 8tntc3 thnt u1Cio will
"o rnces evo.y afternoon from now
"" nnd tho crows will got all tho
worn mey nueu.
Things nro booming nlong merrily
now, and a proposed ehell into be
tween crews BOlectid by Paul Jarrctt
ad w. llcilbton will, when It romci
i .,o n, p,,i,, , i, . oo. A,.v.
r-"." ''..". n:; """I"".".:,
gtmijcrrj, four-oar and palr-i
B,rlliM Letween tho Hcalanls n
BirilgBlua uuLvvccu iuu tiuaiaiua twiu
been seleLted to riiiescnt tho Hea-
jlanls is na follows: T. Norton,
stroke; J. Ma)iio, two; W. Desha,
three; A. T. Longloy, foul ; J. LomUc,
Lvo; Abo Norton, how.
j Tho sholl crow which will tncltlo
tho M) i ties Is as follows: L. Cunha,
W. Samoron, Alex. Muy, C. Brown.
Tho pair-oar men havo not )ct been
Irolnnfpfl lull tun will llO tirotiablV
'..,. fPnn, .i10 1.1-. 1,,,,,-h nf nxnorts
, , t, training novvn-
Thero nro n Jiundred Shrlncrrt on
board tho Clovoland nrrivfng tnmor
low, nccordlng to u vvlrtloss l-ecclved
by Potcntnto It. W. Bieckons this
mornlni and preparations havo al
ready boon madn by local Slirlners tn
welcome their brethren when tho
(jicveinnii arrives in ino iiionuiis
8. McCnndlosB Is looking uftor
tho nuto end of tho lireimintlons nad
a lonuy iibb fctcurei, u nm miur oi-mi
clll,10B fn Slirlnpis to b3 used o-
"'ro '" ,V,k'n';,,1(3 Ul'1lt'iB '.' S?1'11
JJ"'. tho Pall Diamond Head, lort
alioady has bccure a numbor otjn..
. "Ugor nnu rori uu missy, hi i" Biuurij um u-viiniiiim iiiiinu
I Thoso v.ho v;III donate maclilnes for mcnlB mil tho sum of $.?25 Iho
V'V'.TJ?0 n'xnm.aro, 1,linll1Vm' ''J11.0.1', w C",08,JllJ8 ,''1 an'e lu
J- 8. McCandless, L, I McCandless. cOhrt timfnrrow morning
A. McCandlcsi, C. a. Ilnrtlott, J. j! Thin nt 2 o'clock n Hawaiian nnmel
li0'8", Itcr I'ctrlo, R. W. Perkins Hcmy Ak m was arrested ..it- n clnrgo
' r- lr- ' otrl" J- n- Kcnllt'1'- - E- of l"'ellcra driving. Ho I. alleged
Rlchaidson P. C. Jones E. J. I.oid, tn huvc driven hlii horsa ovu- n child
K. L Wnldron, If. H. Williams nnd Dr. name 1 Kazii. The jungster's tro
A. Q. Hods ; ns. Ivvas cut off 1.y tho horsas rhoo Tno
A committee cotnospd of R W. man was reltisoj to apiear tonuu-
"! 'r's. McCnn.lless T H, rcV iiinrnlns and It Is iho.nl.Hhat
Potrlo, C. F. Mtirraj nnd C O Bockiis tho accident will ho proved to havo-
wl" K 0,,t '" ,1,Q cmthniB launch to- hern tlio Hawaiian's fault.
moirow innriilng to first welcome tho, Oooigo p0 n jniith who was em-
tourist SlnlneiH to Hawaii. plojed by W. O. Bninlnrdt as dtlvor.
in fOREION PORTS 1 1"U' ,'CC," ,:llBrK0'1 )'' 'l0. ""bezzlo-
. ' POKEian PORTS .nient nf thi sum of $31 9; fior.i bin
I- . . 1 . -'
Friday, February 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 10:
S S. Wllhelmlna for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb, 11:
S. S Arlzopnn for Benttlo
SAN FRANCISCO-Airlvod Fob 11:
S S Asia henco Fob B
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 11:
S, 8. Siberia, uencu Jau. 31.
83 Merchant St.
VCSSCLS TO ARRIVE 1
8aturdy, february 2.
Hllo and vvuy ports Mauna Koa,
San Franclrco Cleveland, H.-A ,
San Francisco Shcrldin, U. S, A. T.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Friday, February 11.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Clnudlno,
ctmr, S p. m.
Saturday, February 12.
Knhtilul I.urllno, M. H. 8. S.
That Y. Soca nnd Ncsoro. two of
"j" i?""15, ".'.'"""-L '," "'".w'Sir'
,lho Nlm J JJ'. oro In nnothor rrollc
nment as a result or meir ntucss on
United Stntes District Atlorne) Reck
ons was ihown this morning when
they had to appeir hforo tho Fi'dernl
drain Jmy alter liuvln!; m Inter lev
Judging from Iho dovulopmcnts I'iIh
morning tho Unite Stales District At-
itnfnuv lu ilntpriiitmt 1 tn tnkn notini
-,,, ,,, ,l,nfl nf 'llin TCInmt .1111
their nppoarnnco beforo thu
ttiund Jur Is taken to mean tint
thoy may possibly ha punished for tho
Vilification of n United States onicial.
ELKS HAVE "
Among tho other hlg stunts to ho
1 ullcd on bv Uio local order of El'o
Is, tho ciec 'i of nu up to date, mod
ern flreproot business block sonie-
vvhoro lu Oio heart of this city, tho ex
act locMlon for which has lint )ct
been decided uuun nltliouith thrco do-
sliab'o cites nro nov being consid
ered by tho special b'tlldlng commit-
too composed o Attorney E1. A. Uju
thltt chairman: J. .'I. Rings, J. H.
Fisher, W. W. Hnrrls J. S. M!C ind
ices and Attorney Frfsik Thoinpnin
Tho new hoiile fir tho Elks will
cost In tho nelghliv-hojil of $100,003.
Alexnnder Ilumo Ford, first vlct
piesldcnt of tho Outrigger Club, ro
colvel tho following vlrct'Bs messast.
Horn tho lnunil the-woiiii tuurlng
stuimshlp Clovcland last night
'Cluvclnnd, 8.20 p. m. Feb. 10.
".Mr. Ford Outrigger Club.
"Mnny greetings from our 750 pas
TOL'.CE COURT JOTTINGS
Thlstnftcrnnnn thoro woro many ar
rests m ule by tho polloa, an 1 chief
nmnng tlieni :ns tho gathering In of
sixteen Chlnoio gnmblera who vvtro
'(auhlit with tho eooJb on thum nt a
house on Llllha street.
I Chief of netestlvos McD.mio mid
gamo 1'al Kau' vvus i mining run
blnHt nnd tho oHlcetn rushing In, weio
nni.ilnvftr. II nimenru ilm l.nu ..Dn.i
t,o collect Binnll amounts for lco niul
then neglect to turn tho money Into
"Is he n man of regular habits?"
"Yi?b, Indeed. Tho)'ro bad habits,
mind )ou, but very regular,"
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