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BVHNtNU BUU.ETIN, HUNOUlltt). T. 11., T11U113DAY, FEB. 17, 1010.
Honolulu Chapter. B. A. M.
Rsoular, 5 p. m.
Perfection Fourth Dsarte
and Fifth Ccnrca.
Pacific Third Dsflree.
WE HAVE WITH US LOCAL AND GENERAL I
. i J
All letting members of tlia
Order aro iordl.i!l Invited to
nttend t..eeUiBi nt local lodges
AT THE YOUNG.
TiTnM riTe; Of
MARISE WmilW other Ao
BENEFICIAL ASWIATIOJI. ciations cor
HARMONY LODGNo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:.J0 In I. O. 0. F Hall. Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II E MCCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brotuors very wmlUlly
Tl;urtday, February 17.
Mluo K 1). Kite, LUiue, Miss I.. Far
urns Santr. Ros.i lil . I. WUnrheliii-
cr, l.nhatni, Mls Jl Weiiuhelmcr.Ui-
luilnn. Mra-Knise, I.nlialtivT. i: .Mai
tu, Ban Krjnu-0: W, V. Broiler, San
Fianclxco: Lieut. I) I (ulnluu, Sclio-
Ik'ld I).iirack: Air. mid .Mm J D. van
llatilen. Sin Frauds o, If. O. 'Good,
San Pranclico, I. Birkhalisen, San
Francisco. .Mr and Mrs- I H Uarper,
Sin rrjincl.-ii. .Mi an.l .Mr. C. D.
Cores, San 1 ranc'sco, .Mr. and Mrs.
N Ohlandt 6m KrancUco, Olsa
JtiiisMtitli LU.i hriticlrco, Sue Mc
Null. Sail liimleio, C A Stewart.
Kan Triinil co, Mr. mid Mrs. A 1.
JlorrKon Han I'r.iuclsco; .Mrs, F. S.
.......I.. li .. !. .....I-.... .11.... rr 1)nH.
. ... milH'll r). II liain:ifli.vi. .umn t. tu-
Jlcct Oil tne cr v s It S0rlllti Sa KinnclBco;
2nd and 4th f,,, . Watson S.m Francisco; Mrs.
Mondial of v .Mntwm. Son llnnclsco: Miss lair-
each month' lino Mnlsun, Sin I rnnciseo; aim. u.
nt K P Ilall'Zatnlbkii Now York City; Miss Z.
7-Tfl' V IT IZalnlskle. New York City; E. A.
'.-!..:. ;," San Francisco; Mrs. E. A.
Telephone SOft to haV Laundry
called for hnd delivered quick,
Tlior'c will lie a meeting of the
Hoard of Health'at J o'clock this aft
ernoon. I.ln Josciili has been arrested on a
charge of damaging a house belonging
to a Chinese.
The long talked of flftv bird cham
pionship of the Hawaiian dim Club
will be shot ort on March S.
Tonus for concrete walls are be
ing erected on the new Methodist
American Steam LaunJry Phone
603 Automobile delivery Bot work,
The Chamber of Commerce will
hold Its postponed meeting this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock.
for a hack ring tip photoa 405 and
ak for Frank Daker,
T . 1 IS
Uuiu LUiJUi, no. i, xb- i .
Mt every first and third Frl
f7 eveu.1.3 nt 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
urncr Fort and Dorctanla. Visiting
lit others corJIMIy Inltcd to attend.
wm. jo::es, c c.
o. f. iieinu, k. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, U. 1'. O.
EikB, meets In their hall, on King
El net, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Frotherg aro cordially
Jr.vltod to attend.
8. A D0UTH1TT, E. K,
II. O. EASTON, Bec'y.
Hi into. Sail Frnnclnco; Miss M,
Malum Ian Francisco.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Thursday. February 17.
Mrs O M Shiploy. Philadelphia,
Pa ; Miss S. ( Shipley. Philadelphia;
M!n l C Winn, I'Ulladw'lphla: A. C
Ililnpcl. San nanclrco; T E. Mar
tin, San 1'ranrlsco; J Munger. San
Francisco; A Clilsholm sin t rands-
co. O 1 Thlelcl Clt. Miss O. A.
lloscrB ChlcnKii. S n Uarlow. San
Vranclsco, Mr and Mrs. V A Doblo.
SaniJ rancl'co, J w Cnre. tsan
Francisco. Jl V UlcKrr san i ran-
tlf.ca,rtir,rll. (llidofcti Han Francisco;
MrsONtoiluim San liantlsco; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Daniel, San Francisco; E,
When you want to be BUBS to have yonr
Hi. H. Love.
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
NEW - TO-lAY
HTOH SHERIFF'S SALE HOtfCE.
tinder and by virtue of n ccitaln
Yt'' of Execution Issued by. tho
Hdnorable William L. AYbltney, Sec
ond 'Judge of the Circuit Ccurt of
the First Circuit, nt Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, on the 28th day of
' Shipping :-
1 ARRIVCO ?A VE88EL3TO DEPART ,
THE UIHTISH shlti Celtic Clitrf
with a lino tu the Mntsou Nulgitlon
tug Intrepid, led iho liockrcld wharf
at 10 o'ildck thl momlrit,- and was
toned to the opei sua. The Celtic
Chief Is bound for Australian K)rt
And It Is understood that tho ship will
go Into dock at S)dney, whero an ex-
tnuntioj lll be inade m thn cssels
liottxjiii In order to uscort.ilil tho exact
amount of damago dono by tho shin
near Hotel St. Hack No. ST.
It you want a good job dona on in
auto or carrlace tnke It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mff Co., 417 Queca St.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mutch of Ka
January. A. D. 1910. In the matter
of Wilder & Company, Limited, n Rol"'.! on tho Knllhl rcof tho first part
corporation, "Plaintiff," v. Kit On ' laBj,!?ecc,raJ!,cr- J'1'5 "' ",lV0j
n, oI-1-..j A..r i. heio ,f 1th n largo snlpmcnt of fertilizer
Stand Union?' ,erK.rSB"iU T. nZZZ from " "
. .. . . ....- .. r .
Uefendanta," Nunibeicd laiw 7091,1 ACCOKEINO to local advices tho
for the sum of Three Thousnnd Six utei Stales nrmy transport Thomas
Hundred and Fifty f7-100 ($3,- tMoi ttam Hnnlli for San Francisco
BB0.57) Dollars, I did In Honolulu, i. . wn,. of Marheles and N.ininakl
Clty.nnd County of Honolulu. Tcr- cn robmary 14. Tho vesei "remained
Ill'JHIlIIUlllllU UMULIILIll'S .nM. .K T&. r. TT.. I TrM Un. .hi . ..... . ... ...
- Hum tne iui uii .u iu.i ikiiivi; -. airne at iionoiuiii on or aoout tno 4in
Just arrived from tho Coast. Call at Association, through Its president, ot March
Hawaiian News Co, nnd mako our 0oo j, Sam( Defenuahts, and, the, ' (m
reiecuon. unu hplncr rofnapd nml nn settle-1 Tirn ni.Attntvr n i n..l. nl .1
Mimsolla pai-scngers hao onr ment of ftny Mnf oBerC(j j,y Mo oe. tho port this morning from'llatiall and
porta, bringing general c.irv;o. In
ig 68 sacks corn. 193 biles hides.
shall offer for sale and sell nt pub- "" 'm"f" "" T u, " K. ."
IIVV.ni M. 1IU VinilVlallU I1H-V Wl'li O'llMIJlll
JhlaXdr'Mar.0CT MrYl E " f "Wa"' ? l" "" '' ' " .lp,dno ,U.Vn"
their daughter Mario to Mr. H. fc. Fetfunry, 1910. make demand for for a day and left for tho'Ja
jB , , payment of the sum therein named. l0rt on th0 juh The Tho
Ctfrnlvnl and mastinorado costumes from thB Ke, n Plli Kbn uocictv or ,.,, , ., ,,
Just arrived from tho Coast. Call at Association, through Its president, ot Marc!
Hawaiian News Co. nnd mako our 0oo j,- Sam( Defenuants, and, the.
relectlon. Bame being refused nnd no settle-1 THE (
Mimsolla pafscngers have onr ment of ftny kn(j.offered by said De- tho port
tr,u" B,in.ll",.iVrf,"!? "mk'-K.SSK fndants. I aid on the 17th day of Maul po,
croy(Jase'.,i. i-oX CU ""'"i'.Mw. A. D. 1910, levy upon and eluding
. .i .. . . 'efcftll nlfA. tn bill. .....I all nt ..111.. 'V paCM
Wednriday, February 1G
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
S. 8 , 5:30 p. m.
Thursday, rcbruiry 17.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Rtnir., a. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Thursday, February 17.
Snn Frnnclsco Nevndan, A.-H. B. S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Mon'
golln, P. M. S. S.
Friday, February 18.
Ban Francisco Alameda, O. S. B.
Saturday, February 19. ,
tlllo and way ports Manna Kca.
Thursday, February 17.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, February 18.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S. 8.
Kona and Kau Vfts Mauna Loa,
Hawaii and Maui ports Claudiut,
stmr., 6 p. m. i
Hllo Wllhclmlna, M. N. 8. S p. m.
Uit j.ii.i iiobi( at tL Koatuok
Saloon wlicu you want liquid rufreiU
muut. You will gt good goods aad
cniiiteoua troatnuint there ,
J. I) Vna Ilaalcn. ot'th'e'Sa
tic auction, to the highest bidder, nt
s.j nn dlight v.lmls on Oi? liivvatj
tne i;uy Auction itoonis, Mercnniu trp
mreei, iiunuiuiu, ni 1- u uuck uuuii , m
of Monday, the 21st day of Mnrch.J THE UNITED STATES army trons-
clBpn nhmnlolo. In In town In thn In. 'A. D. 1910. nil of tho right, tltlo and port Crook It reported front San Fran-
teicsls of a development edition pro- Interest of the rfald Ket On Ful Kon Cisco as to sail from that port for
posed by tho 8an rranclsco Chronicle. 'society or Association, Defendants, Manila via Honolulu nnd Onnm on
Secretnry Wood of tho Promotion jn anu t. ,hal certa nteco or ,mr. February 19. Tlio transport Is bring
Committee reports the hotels and ce, of ,and iicrelartcr described to 'nBr "J"? fI.W,""? "avy
boarding-houses all comfortably fill- satlgfy tho Bal(, amount of Three. Bt0re8 for tho 1Ianlln lslan'"
ed with guests, Including many ma- Thousand Six Hundred nnd Fifty 57-1 ruRSKn KIDLINO of tho IntcMs
1 , , . , , 100 (3660.C7) vDollars, that being land steamer Claudlno, from Hllo and
LlRhteen Chinese defendants who tne am0Unt for which Bald Execution Maul poita reports tho bark Olvmplc,
VVCIU dOVVn 011 thO I'OllCe COUrt Calen- t,,,l ,(, ...l.l. I....,I . tlin .Mhvihhf Alnhll nn.l tho Amorlxnn.
'.Iar. fPr ,vlolatl"B the Sunday law all 1 - . fl e..)ensea nt0 nre. Hnwallan fielghter Columbian nt the
had heir cases nolle prossed this ?, 'id" ""ense8 nt0 ',re ,lRWa rnotropolls loading or .lis-
morning. '.... 'charKliur cuiko on last Monday.
Osteopathy curct .when other rrpperty to fle sold. j
ZS '""'""'' V. . . I THE BRITISH fielghter Olensheil.
the City and County of Honolulu, 'wn,ch ,as been announced as on tho
Territory of Hawaii, the Bame being berth at Norfolk, Vn.. to load n full
a portion of the land described In cargo of coil destined for tho local
Land Commission Award Number naval station, will soon sail, Tho ven-
Per M. N. S. S. Whelmlna. for Ban
Francisco, Feb. 24. F. C. Atherton,
Mrs. Atherton, H, M. von Holt, Mrs.
von Holt, Mrs. R. M. McGregor, Miss
McOregor, J. H. White, Mrs. White,
Miss' Wlnne. J. Little. Mrs. Ltttlo, Miss
A. L. Dixon, M. A, Moore, Col. J. II.
Rice. Mrs. nice. H. D. nico. M. J. nice.
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhclmlna, from' Mrs. n. O. Howe. It. W. Jones. Mrs.
Snn Francisco, Feb. 10. -Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Harvey, Mrs. I. Rubensteln, E.
Nicholas Ohlandt. Miss Susari McNab.iV. Dessar, J. M..Ituth, Mrs..IUitb, C.
Miss Olgi Youngbloth. Mr.' and Mrs.'". Dt?nlBt0' .?irs;.D' V'. ?; LcAvlB'
C. D. Corey. J. linger, Mr. and Mrs. -M- ; R I'l"r-,l'"LMr,?-ro Qc,?
Mr. a hlu. uu. t.,..i ivihi. .Ross, Miss Hoss. Mrs. Uoggs, Mrs. II.
Wm. A. Dob'e, Mlrs Jessio Doblo u, Loa, Mgg Wow ,! Wayson,
Frank U. Wcho. C. A. Stewart. T. R-Mr8 c A 0.trorai Mffl. l. d. Ostrom,
McNali, Dr. .1. L Hownrd. T. T. Mss A. Hick, E. Lux, Miss M. M.
Dredge, Henry 'St. Qoar, Mrs. Nle-jUoan, Mrs. E. C. Perry, (Jen. and Mrs.
biitim. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harper, Mr.lTaylor, H. Ooetz, Mrs. Oootx. W. Illack,
nnd Mrs. A. F. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Sclirelmcr, Mrs. Schrelmer, E. L.
E. A. Drecse, E, Ulshpp; L. Ilarkhaus- cuuinK. . i. uraco. irs. urace, miss
en, Mrs. L. Tovvart, Miss P. Toward"'"'1; ' J1- W. C. Barko.
..,' n-i,,,. i,,b, ii. , t. 'Albert J. Arral, E. Bingham K. u.
Mlsa Thclma Parker, Miss Mcta Mc- . ,,' .. .,,', ,r t,i, r-i.,.
Mahon. Miss Lurllno Matson, Cnpt. .,.' . MrMii' mi' MrVnii . h!
and Mrs. Win. Mation, Mrs. J. A. GI5- Mlddauch. Miss Mol'ler. Mrs. W. Mc-
man, Miss L. K. Ward, Mrs. O. W. Caspar, Mr. and Mrs. Flsk, A. W. Bab
Klrkaldy, child nnd maid, Chas. Hren-'brlge, Mr. an I Mrs. B. M. Brown. J.
ham, Mrs. J. Mclvllto Brown, fllsjMackay. II. W. Fraser. Mr. and Mrs.
Elizabeth Brown, Miss Qeorglnna Rog-'A. D. Clmmons. F. E. Spangonborg.
crs, Miss M. Cox, W. W. Bruner. A.M's I- J5- Richardson, Irwin Scott,
ChUholm, Mr. and Mrs, J. Daniel ondlg rtti Hvnl8"' vlll
..... ....i.. .. ... .... rr. ..i Scarle, Mrs. II. Mackay, V. Vcro
j ui.,. " -. 'V,"'U iHodge, C. L. Peter, A. C. Elson
Palmer. Mrs. O. F. Maj dwell, MrS. C. Per stmr. Mauna Loa for Kon
UBicupauiJ uura .wocu ubucr
mi t hods fall. Scientiao manipoJ.
tion ana aaiaiunent or tne ipine.
Or. Steen, iVectaliit, 1160 AUkea
The literary circle of the Kllohana
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Wo. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
. Meets evory first and third Thurs
Hijs of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Tall. Visiting brothers por
Hiklly InvitiM to n,ttond.
p. JJIGGIN'S, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of U.
HONOLULU AUBIE 140, F. 0. E
Meets on tho 2nfl and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of "ach month at
7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Ha", corner
Beretnnla and Fort streets'.
Visiting. Eaules are invltcl to at
tend. W. It. niLEY. W. 1'.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec,
Should Liner Arrive To-I
night Will Sail
The Pacific Mall liner Mongolia
was reported as abptit nlnetj miles
ofT the Island of Kniuil nt 11 o'clock
tills morning, and according to the
calculations of her agents the ves
Art League wltl We a aecond read-743. Apana 2, to Hallnraa no Klnl, sl ' however, load fuel nt New
Ing on noxt Saturday rrfoVnlng at "d bounded nnd particularly do- l)0rt Ncws- fc
half-past ten. The subject will be, ,""ea as toi.ows, tc iwii: THE AMERICAN scfioon'er Admiral
The Modern Romantic" school." ueginmng ai a poim on inemnuna 'hag (. ,)lacc,i ,n tn0 ,,.( at
Tlio ebo fa casoa occupleA most of .'" of Kukui Street Kxtenslon, the aray's Harbor. Washington, to load a
til attention at the Police Court this
morning. C .1', Clilllingworth Is an
W'arlng for' tho defense. and A. M.
Brown Is prosecuting. Willie Craw
ford gave export testimony ax.tc( the
waj che fa Is played.
true ailmutu and) distance from tho shipment of lumber for Honolulu, pre
east corner ot Llrlha nnd Kukui tsumably Coming to the local agency of
Street Extension being 324 35' 40" i Allen & Robinson.
1088.5 feet as shown on Government
Survey Registered Map Niunber
tVahk Taylor, Mrs.. Taylor, Mr', nnd
Mrs. It.. W. Hills, Mr. and Mrs. I. 3",
tu iero uss u Ai.weiDv turn si.
sol should arrive at the port ubout 5' Lee, Mrs. rred Baxter, Mrs. P. Mor-
I rlsOri. Mrs. W. J. Von Bchuvef Mr.
nnd Mrs. Q. As HartmanMfSsT.. H.
Bturges, Col. Arid Mrs. F. H?Joyco,
T. V. Illdun;. A, Lewis Jr., Mrs. h.
Plgott, A. Jaeger, d: A. .Marshall,
Mrs. w. Bt Foster, Mrs. L. y, Fish,
Mr. and Mrs. -WarVdole, Ai B." Ar-
lelgh, C. W. Parks, Mrs. Parks, Miss
o'clock this evening
Providing the Moligolli Is given a'
speedy pratique by the Federal quar
antine nnd Immigration authorities,'
and the Btenmcr ionics to the Alaken
wharf this evening, it Is tho Inton-'
tlon to dispatch tho Pacific Mall
.liner for San Frnnclsio by 10 o'clock
11 -The Mongolia Is to leave twenty-
llireo I1UIIUIUU luna ui Ul icitiai
Wm. M'KIlrtEY I0MEHo.8JT-oiP..J ''""",' '" "
Meets every 2nd ond 4th Siturday I Tll0 ,ct-Pi h aulvlng
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. tong and Japan""poi ts, vv
Mini, cor. 1 ort anu ncreuuiin. vian'
Ing brothers cordially lnNcd to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. CV
E. A. JACOBSON, K. If. S.
TRY A FEW DAYS AT
THERE'S A EEASON
WAH CIIONG CO.
PRY Q00DB AW TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
V.VXSLEY 2LK. - HOTEL ST.
ith loom for
0110 hundred and fifty flrBt-class pas
At tho oUlco of H. Hackfeld & Co.
fully this number has been booked
and will sail for tho malnlnnd by
tho popular liner, Among thoso
booked for passage aro the follow-
jj.it: Miss J. Smith, Dr. A. M.
Meado, Mr. Turner, Judgo nnd Mrs.
S. if. Jlallou, Gen. nnd Mrs. Geo. P.
Wilson, A. 1'- Bnrwcll, Mrs. mirweii,
Miss IliirviJ. -Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Rmvllle. C. E. Douglass, Mr. nnd
Mrs Ed. Frlsbor, i1i:Js Prosser, Jay
Siott, Wm. Waterhouse, Mr. and
Mrs. Franklnnd, Mis. F. J. Atidrndc,
Ir. and MrsJl. E. Brcmnn,.Dr. and
Rfre. Bohr. Miss wcinzneimcr, uen.
1970, and running as follows by'tVuo ,
1. 236" 35' 86.8 feet along lane;
148 45' 80.0 feet along lane;
6G 35' 92.0 feet along remain
ing portion of this Award to
point on muuka line ot Kukui
324' 38' 40" 80.0 feet along
mauka line ot Kukui Btiect
to the Initial point, and con
taining an area of 7188
Hie same being a portion of tho
' nrbtntaoa mnvatail tit, If.n tfAnb.1 In
Frear, C. M. Dennlston. C. U Page; John , M1Uoni 0eorge MMo. and
A. J. Arroll, Jlr. and Mrs. Geo. 3. lEmmn Mlllon by aeei dated N5vem.
Waterhouge, Mrs. W. B. Taylor, E. ber g ,882 recorded ,n thd ne63.
T. Westlake, Mrs. Westlake, Mr. and t oftlce , 0n0,ulu , Llber 77,
i.i. vimuucvy wnvjf aiin. tv. tu- 'a page 47
HUUC, A11BS It. HHUUUIU, J.1IKI u. aii:-
(lllnch. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bryant,
O. K. Morgan, E. L-. Cutting, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. H. Blvthe, P. R. Cullortson, G.
Cullerton, MIbs Hansen, Mrs. II.
Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Barker,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Carp, Dr. Ji E.
McNeill, Mrs. Geo. E. Macdoflald,
Mi. and Mrs. J. Baldwin, Capt. Cler
mont, L. R. Mutzy, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Goctz, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Dlnch, Miss
Moore, Mies Miurphy, P. L. McDer
mott, O. Mlsh, W. R. Huff, C. E.
Terms: Cash. Deed at expense 'of
Dated February 17, A. D, 1910..
High Sheriff, Territory ot Hawaii.
4B45 Feb. 17; Mar. 10, 19.
CATTLE NUMBERING 55 head and
25 calves arrived from Kawalhao this
rooming by the Inter-Island steimer
Nllhau. The vessel met with fair
weather during tho outward and In
SIX THOUSAND four' hundred sacks
qO.. & R. shgnr lihvc arilved 'at tlio
port by the Intor-Island stoamer Llke-
linu, niituii vaults l liur liuvn 11UU
morning after a pleasant. trip from Ma
I i ' ,1
.THKilE IS a fair booklngol passen-
gorsifor Konaiand Kau ports. by tho
Inter Island steamer Mauna Loa, which
Ib scheduled to sail for windward Ha
w all at noon tomorrow.
PURSER McOURN ot tho inter-Is
land steamer Nllhau; from Hawaii
ports, reports luuu b3ckb k. s. and
3000 P. 8. M. sugar ns nwgltlng shl(
ment to Honolulu. '
THE DEPARTURE of the Inter-Is
land steamer W. G. Hall for Kauai
ports ts scheduled for Ave o'clock this
E. Cox, Miss Mary Sllva, Mrs. W. H.
am and child. Mrs. II. E. Dow sett,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Van Balku, Mrs.
E. M. Spencer, T, E. Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Reed, Mrs. J. A. Johnson.
Miss Edna 1.1 nil Ray, Mr, and Mrs, H.
Hugo, Anson D. Wills, E. II. Clark,
Mrs. J. U Campbell, Miss C. U Camp
bell, Mrs. F. 8. Knight nnd maid, J.
Bdan, P. J. Levy, E. C. Relnecke, B. D.
Barlow, Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Bridge and
child, G. P. Thlelen. H. R. Olodfclpy,
Mrs. C. Zabrlskle, Miss Zayda Za
brUklo. Pn- stmr. Claudlno. from Hawaii anl
Maul ports. JI. Scltessbcry, C, Crys
tal. W. M. Graham, E. Bridgcman W.
A. Anderson, Mrs. Anderson, C. Hall,
Mrs. Hall, Miss Dcaa, Mrs. N. Om
stcad, MIbs Wclnzhcimer, Miss ' E.
Krusc, F. T. P. Waterhouso, Geo. W.
Aslu Miss K.ltlcc, Miss Parson. M.
Prltchard, I. Evans G. W. Carr, Mrs.
Richards, Mrs. Jas. Klrkland, Mrs. F.
Crawford. Mjb. W. Scquelro. C. B.
Dickson, E. Morton, w. J. Coclho.
Tho following wireless his been re
ceived by tho agents from tho B. S.
' "Alameda 8.p. m , Feb. 1C. 1910.
"All well. 528. Variable winds anl
squally weather. Confused swell. Ex
pect to arrlvo about 8 n. m. Friday.
Bar. 29:93, Temp, 64."
Kau ports, Feb. 18. M. Klrkwood,
Mrs. Klrkwood. W. T. Frost. J. A.
Magnlre, M. Wadman, Mrs. L. L. La
Per stmr. Klnau. for Rnual ports.
Feb. 22. 'Mrs. Putman, b. P. R. Iscn
berg, M. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez.
Por stmr. W. O. Hall, for anal ports.
IVb. 17. R. 8. Morris, D. B. Mur-dock.
Pnr stmr. rllliillnn fnr Ylawnll anil
if aul ports, Feb. 18. V. 8. Boeck.
Malls are cue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Feb. 18. 1
Colonies Per Mnltal, March 2.
Vancouver Per Makura, March 4.
Malls will depart tor the following
points as follows; '
Ban Frnnclfco Per Mongolia, Feb. 18.
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru. Feb. 22.
Vancouver Per Manuka, March 2.
Colonies Per Makura. March 4.
1 IK FOREIGN PORT
Thursday. February 'VI.
SAN FRANCISCO Silled Feb. 10: ,
8. 8. Hyadca, for Seattle. ,
BRISBANE Sailed Feb. 10: '
-8. S. Maltal, for Honolulu.
HAN A Arrived Fob. 10: ,
chr. Jas. Rolph, from San'Franclsco.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
BRUSH FIRES ON TANTALUS.
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Notice Is herobv Klven that In ac-
mon, ii. aiiBn, vv. . nun, i. ti. i .. ... - - i . ..
Slone, F. X, Schrelner, J. B. McCand-cord"nceQ w " Section 6 ot Ac 71
lea.. Mrs. 3. A. Sear.e, A. II. Hob.rU?' , J? IT.' J. :i'
lng of brush, dry grass, etc., for a
period of twelve (12) months from
date, within that portion ot the Dla-
Mrs. Fiske, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pelt,
Jesse Evans, John Mackay, II. W.
IFrnzlor, Mrs. J. Roberts, ,. ,.
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FJOO'O Yards ExauisiteNev-Embrbideries
WING WO TAI & COJat 25 percent. Reduction for One Week
041 Wuunnu St.
CALENDARS ond LEATHER
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Yoanc Bide Tel. 339
White River Flour
C, 1. DAY and LEWIS & C0
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i0tyrvs1-l-ETlN rr . ?
Our Great Fehraary Embroidery Sale starts, MONDAY
MORNING with handsomer coodi arid better Talnea tlstn
in ojiyt previous sale. The materialf are fine, tho patterns
new rind beautiful alt-carefnlly workel and, perfect i
every dc.4ul. Prettier embroiderlee you can noi find any
where even' yoa pay double tho price. Come and tea
the Rwat windo.:'.ai.play-look at the styles-look at the
materials look at'fce workmanship, and look at the
prices. Then you wiUPPrec1"46 how unusual are these
On sale Monday, February U. 'i I i T!
irict ot Kona, Island of Oahu, bound
ed on the eaBt by Manoa Valley, on
the noith by tho Konahuanut Moun
tain itldge, on tho west by Nlflatm
nnd Pauoa valleys (Including the
forested portion tof the ridge abovo
Pacific Heights),' and on he south
by -the ,maknl edge of the'eucalyptus
forest, tho Maklkl reservoir and the
mauka boundary of tho-JUdd land In
Maklkl and Manoa, unless the writ
ten permission of the Fire Warden
has been first obtained.
The law leads, "Buck fires 'shall
noj. be started during, a heavy wind
or without sufficient help present to
control the same, and the fire shall
be watched by the person setting
the same, or by competent agents ot
his, until put,,ouL."
Permits may be obtained from Mr.
David Hnughs,, Deputy Fire Wardon
at Large, at the Government Nur
sery, King street, Honolulu, or by
application through David Kaplhe,
Forest Ranger for Tantalus.
. RALPH S. HOSMBR,
i ' Chief lire Warden.
Honolulu, Hawaii, Feb.' 17, 1910.
Entered for Record Teh 1fi mm
I From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Kealohapauole to McBryde Sugar
Co Ltd ". L
Mary E MacGregor to Patrick
F, Itvan and wf .- Hei
Noah N Kaubano, tr, and wt, to
' Kekl Kalauawa (w) . . ,', . , l)
Paukeaanl Jr to Wllllnm Honry U
Alice M Way et al to "Hormlno
f I Gehrlng .. n
American Boys first performance at ermlne aehring atlifhsh , ;
tho Opora House tonight. Seats on( WRan t" Ltd, tr?. . . . M
Ml'i',or.flrTh8MU8,,C,.CS- h Denj P Ilolllnger to Puahelan
M. E. Sllva, tho undertaker, has . jjh R .
moved (o hi, new location of blnslpuahoIn;; iJoiV to Julio" l" OnVlmli
on Chaplain Lano opposlto Catholic vtA , , " . .IX."
Sisters. Entered for Bcord Feb. 17, 1910.
, , I Trom 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
If ou uso wood or coal regularly w q Aiken nnd wf to John do C
for household uso you will find It I Benevlch o
greatly to jour advantage to buy from Dank of Hawaii Ltd to WO
Honolulu Construction & Draylng Co, Aiken p r,..
(Contlnr.ed front rasa t)
Thero mo butifew, vessels now on-
ci atlng In tho North Pacific ocean
which offer bettor passonger accom-
mnrlntlnna fnr Ilia frIIVatA, tl,nn llit. I
Wllholmlna. Each stateroom Is pro. i"'u" u" lou P uuu i"uto KIkuJIro Soga and wf to Verglna
yiueu wiui n new iypo or revolving !" I Aledelros I)
Look In Lewors Rook's window Pauolo to John da Costa D
and see tho flno line of strongly built Manuel Carelroa Jr and wf to'
step ladders. A step ladder Is a veiy j Manoel G Cam bra
convenient thing to havo about a Mnnuel G Cnmbrn and w'f'Vo' , '
house or storo and tho ones shown atl Manoel Carelro Jr Ai
Lowors & Cooko's are thoroughly re- Anna C Sprcckels by ntty e't'ot'
HaWo. to William G Irwin u b
Kaualokn Aun tn r.r...a t..t
.ELKS WILL GET
electric fan which Insures comfort as
the vossol uears seinl-trorlcal Hawaii.
Leather Ib the material used for tho
covering of chairs, settees, lounges' and
cushions throughout tho ship, from
the beautiful social hall, tho smoking
room to tho cabins and tho quarters
of the ship's officers..
There s a sohso of quiet elegance
In tho furnishings of saloon nnd state
room. Ono hundred and fifty persons
qan bo accommodated In tho dining
rftloon which Is Btndded with port-
ho!s on throo Bides. P. B. Angus, representing Hono-
The quarters of tho officers . from i.,i.. ia, fit,, i,,. oa ,.--
fort of the Wllholmlna family who wm I? Supervisors for the use 9f the
bo obliged to mako the Bhlp their Hawaiian band during tho big car
homo in the rooms of tlio chiefs of nival to be held at Bishop Park on
departments are Installed fno roll top .the evening of February 21,
desks and other modorn appliances for The matter has received favorablo
tho convenience of business. attention nt the hands of the city
J! JUS". 11 ."r.m? '!!?.V07L!18: "tbers. and the band will lend Its
minute InspocUon. aT r 'c TveS' 'K 'Z" Ve" wi?l "V
that tho Wllhclmlna would at some bls sucee8a- Iho Elks will also be
time be tho means of convoying thorn a"owel 'he ubo of n lot of seats
to or from tho mainland. Passengers which have horotoforo adorned Aula
who made the' Initial vojnqo from Ban Park.
, ForfSt., oppbsite Catholic Church
Frnnclsco will dcclaro that the. WliJ
neimina improves upon acquaintance
Therp has been n large adyanco
booking for 8an Francisco liy the nfiW
liner which will bo dispatched for tho
coast on Thursday. February 24. At
thb office qf Castle & Cooko this morn
ing, one hundred and twontv-slx In-
'tondlng passcngors had enrolled tholr
Chief McDufflo got his Tine work
filon a few crap-shooters at King nameB,
and 'Ala pal, streets yesterday after- w
norm, n bui uh'jj"" ui 'd j, me m n ruses wnicn nro occupy
but knows the others and will corral ling all the time or Judge Andrcdo at
...... ... " Miresent were Hfnt mnr (111 Mnmlnv
Cpunt Okuma, ono ot Jnpan's high
est statesmen, is proposing to visit
the United States. Ho will probably
pass through Honolulu for the purposo
of looking Into tho Japanese Bltuatlon
In theso Islands, '
Thoro will bo a meeting of tho Dis
trict Branch of tho Woman's Auxil
iary to thn Board of Missions nt 8t
Andrew's Cathedral Parish Houso ?t
3 o'clock tomorrow aftofnoon, Feb. 18.
All auxiliary members drp requested
to bo present apd a cordial Invitation
Is extended to nil friends ond BtranK
ers Interested in Mission Work. Ai
dresees will bo made by Rev. and Mrs.
Itldijely of Wnchnng, China.
Dr. Mackall was called to tho Jap
anoao hospital this nfternoon to boo
Knlchl, tho Japaneso who was shot by
Husspy the bluejacket. The Japan
eso took rather n bad Urn about 2
o'clock and his tempcraturo roso n
Lleut.-Col. J. D. Glennnn. Medical
FeVreuwyW2T.BCnt er "" Mon' Ptlon u In toWn,
The following men will reproBent
Hawaii In tho tug-ofwnr which A. K.
Vlorra Is managing: iCalanl nnchor;
Knpana, nallci ; Lnllal, stroko; J. Ku
mlnclo. Sol Lo. Penoo nn,i v. Kill.
pakl Tho Bub-j uro Louis Vora Cruz, Corps, nrrivod yesterday, and will re-
a. rwo aim iviki. pori ior amy at the Presidio. Ho Is
i LoWni'nc1 nrnnnp,lIi n boxer of pile to be In command of tho army gen-
,i.?in Sff ?vWanU t0 m1"0 t0 "" oral hMl'll. vice Major James M.
ffJlfi UT'T Kennedy, who will sail on March 5
. Wrinahalmor" of" Pioneer "TL! .5! ..?"!..
Fort Shatter. Chronicle, Feb, 9,