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evenihu nnu.KTm. honoluuo. t. ii, Saturday, ki:h. 20, 1010
$25 down, $S0 a riij nth tor
Streets Paved, Water Mains Laid, Excallanfc View, Absolutely No Rock v '" ' H
OUR PLAN is to soil only a limited number of lota at this I ACT NOW. Tako Waialae oar to subdivision and pick your
figure when prices will be advanced ' lot artd save the advanco in price.
The Hawaiian Realty Co,
Leahl Chapter No. 2, Q, E. !
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of tQe
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2ra and 4th
at K. P. Hall
IKntrlulAL AWMAIIUfh Clfltionj cor.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 'ill I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. K. HENDRY, Secretary,
II. E. MCCOV, Noblo Oraud.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
diy eveulng at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Bcretanla. Visiting
Mothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. n. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
silks, meets In their hall, on King
filreet, near Fort, every Frlrtny even,
log. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. K.
H. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
' HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
srys of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Mtlly invited to attend.
P. HIGOINS, 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'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
f Beretanla and Fort streets.
" Visiting Eagles aro invited to at
.iftend. w. it. nu.EY, w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
3 Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
tlfc Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
I .Hall, eor. Fort and Ucretanla. Visit-
( Ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K, R
f BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Eldf;.
. We make Rubber Stamps Buck
lllandlej Self Inkers and Fac-Simile.
ft 'WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
WE HAVE Win US
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AT THE YOUNG.
Friday, February 25, 1910.
T. Macfarlnne, Kona, A. D. drcon
wo 1, Kealakektu.
Thursday, February 34.
S. Doaworth, San Francisco.
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, February 25, 1010,
Mrs. J. 11 Novllle. IHTlVer Colo.)
Mrs. It. N. Strong, Denver, Colo.
That "null" Ringer nto Is all tho
go." Order a few bottles from
lllycroft's Fountain Soda Works.
I phono 270.
Call at Miss Power's mllllncrj
inarlrir nrwl un rtin linnuftriil linn nf
trimmed hats, Boston Building, Tort
street, teeond floor.
Finest wood and coal for house'
hold uso is sold 1) Unlon-Paclllc
Tionsfur Co , jihono IS. Prompt deliv
ery nnd low prices.
Gurrej's Mil., Is the best place,
for printing and developing of Alms
and plates. Fort street near Hotel.
Aiifcco films and Cyko paper.
Insuro our Lhlldrcn's feet against
deformity bj getting them shoes that
are right. Manufactures Shoe Co ,
makes n specialty of fitting shoes for
Fine line of oRlce coats In alpaca.
ceige, pongee and grey silk at
Slha's Toggerj. Visit this clothes
emporium if jou want a comfortable
Delicious Coca Cola can be pro
cured for home uso fiom Hawaiian
Soda Works, phono GIG. Order a
trial case. Whon ou onco try It
jou'll alwas like It.
Call at Regal Shoe Storo and tee
tho new models in shoes for men ani
women. Always something dainty
nnd attractive nt the Regal store,
cor. King and Dothel.
Jordan's storo was closed today
and will not reopen until Tuesday
morning'. Great preparations are
being made for tholr monster sale.
Extra help has been engaged, and
no doubt there will be a rush for
this big sale as soon as the doors
open for business.
Ladies' and Children's
On Sale This Week at Great
Sec Window Display
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
j LOCAL AND GENERAL
ToleiUnne 503 vo havo Laundry
called foi and delivered quick
PHln silk mull3 reduced to 13c
jard at Whltnij t Marth's salt on
ror a hack ring up phono 40S and
isk for Frank Bakor. Stand Union
near Hotel St. Hnclt No. !7.
Silk mulls In foulard designs, ro
duced from 60o to 25c a yard nt Whit
ney & Marsh's alu on Tuesday.
If you want h good job diu on au
auto or carriage take, It to Hawaiian
Carriago Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Time spent at the Fnthloh Saloon Is
time pleasantly Bpont. This place is
sometimes known as the Two Jblcs
Phone 5 and ask for Manuel Richard
when jou want an automobile. Seven
seated Chalmers Detroit, late model.
Orean stamps are given (free) when
you pay cash at tho stoiss. Call at
tho show rooms and see what you get
for Green Stamps. Dirctanla ur. Fort.
Oeo. Kaca announces in tho classi
fied for sale column, that ho solicits
orders for dry and green awa root in
Ladles who attend tho grand clear-
anco salo at Illoni3 next week will be required at tho time that tho ap- trip was characterized by flno wcath
flnd that It Is a money ta.ng salo plication for trnnBportion is received, tr, 'with moderate winds nnd seas,
for the buer. At Honolulu no such mcthoj Is en- Tho vessel arrived with a largo num-
l.atcst popular fiction at A. n. Ar- forced by the several steamship Unci ber of cabin and deck passengers,
lelgh & Co. Arlolgh mikes a spe- much to grcatv IhJ'invpuIenco of thul 4
clalty of now books nnd jou can al-
was a linn me latest there.
Dr. Ilurdette will preach at Con
tra! Union church tomorrow morn
ing nt 11 o'clock. His subject will
bo "The Overhnnglng Dough."
Xow Is tho time to get gp-Jd Iron
Into the blood. Order a -jass nf our
Sarsanarlll and Iron. Don't fnruot
our distilled water. Consolidated Snln
Water Works Co. Phons 71.
Tho flrt showlmr of nn- ...rlnn-'
miuinnr ttin i, t.ni.i t e.-i.. r,...
Goods Co. beginning Monday Feb. 2S.Ilncs omo cek" nso- '""oWns tho
Tho hats wero personally selected by
MIbs Spencer, manager of tho millin
ery department and represent tho fin
est creations in Qago & Keath's pat'
Lai(;o stones aro being thrown
onto the Waialae road by blasting
operations going on nearby. The
stones nre not, removed from the
rnnrl iitut ttinv urn n oniiriia nf ilntt.
ger'to vehicles, especially automo.yes old nd was former yery well
mi.. .n'. .1.,,. n,. known along the waterfront and In
chine has been put out of commis
sion already through hitting these
A grand cloarancq sale begins Mon
day morning at A, Blont's, Prlco ra-
ductlons will bo such as wprc novcr
equalled before,, In every department
thousands of dollars worth of season
able merchandlso that women, girls
nnd small children need right now
will bo placed on Bale, In no Instance
will the reductions bo less than twenty-fit
o per cent. A partial list of tho
bargains offered will be found on an
. t ! J
the Kaimuki Cnr L'ue
, When you want to bt SURE to have your
Handled richt, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Ml 11 UJL J X
WATERFruNT NOIfeB ,
TWO THOUSAND TONS OF gen'
eral cargo from Oriental ports has
been loft at Honolulu the freight hnv-
ing been brought here by tho Toyo
KIbou Kalsha liner Tenyo Mam. The
U'ssel was dispatched for San Tran-
Cisco shortly after ten o'clock this
morning, taking nine l.i-oter pisscn
gcrs to tho coast. The cabin p-iHsen-gcr
list of tho Ten) n on tho present
ojago Is a small imp thciu being less
than forty traveling in the tlret class.
The Tenjo brought a batch of new
recruits for tho plantations of Ha
INTENDING PASSENGERS on
Matson N'nvlcatlon liners leilnir tho
I port of Hllo hao been notified that
hereafter, n deposit of ten dollars will
local agencies fho aro much handl-
capped In the satisfactory booking of
prospi'ctlNo travelers through a prom
iscuous application for patsagc.
RATES TO Los Aiigelcs ports hao
I been restored to tho old figures, tho
I West CoaBt bteainshlp Company quot-
I Ing its lormer figures of 8 fur iirst-
I class passage and $5.50 for second-
ciass. ucsioraiion oi passenger raics
was made by most of tho steamer
loss of the bteamcr St. Croix by lire,
but some of the smaller lines kept up
tho fight fur business and succeeded
In staying in the fray until settled.
A. C. TUFT, son of tho Into Captain
James Tuft died recently nt MonroWn,
Southern California, where ho had re
sided for some tlmo with his wife and
two children. Ho was thlrty-nluo
shipping elides, being interested In
ho Bulkhead market, on Stouart
street. He was a brother of W. E.
Tuft, chief clerk for tho Matson Nav
igation Company, on Pier 38.
AMONO THE VESSELS duo In ar
rive at the port tomorrow Is tho United
States army transport Crook, from San
Francisco with supplies for the vari
ous army pusts and stations on thlB
island. Tho American-Hawaiian com
pany's freighter Arlzonan, from So
attlo and Puget Sound ports, Is also
due. This vessel Is bringing a large
general cargo from New York la To
huantepec nnd Sau, Francisco.
THE CLARK party, traveling to tho
Orient and around tho world by tho
Hamburg-America Lino steamer Clovo
land, is reported to havo arrived at Yo
kohama yostorday,, Thq Cjovoland
sailed from Honolulu twclvo days ago,
and tho tlmo consumed In tho passago
across tho l'uclllc would indicato that
tho Cleveland might havo met with
somo nasty weather as tho vessel
neared tho Japanese coast.
, VESSELS AT THE present tlmo at
Hllo Include, thu American schoonor
Aloha and tho Matson steamer Enter
prise. Purser Phlllpps of thotoamer
JJauna Kca arriving from Hawaii ports
this morning reports tho Kauai at
Papalkou, tho Kalulanl at Honomu,
tho Maul at Kohalnlolo and tho Nil
hau ut Kukulhacle.
LUMBER TO tho City Mill Com
I any wbb brought to tho port by the
llltlo American schooner n. K. Wood.
This vessel was thlrty-tlirco days lu
mnklng tho pissuge down to tho Ha
waiian Iblamls. Unfnvoinblo winds
had much to do with tho delay In tho
arrival of tho schooner.
-ArTER HAYING dli-clinrgcd nearly
two thousand tons of fertilizer at Ho
nolulu, tho Japanese- liner Hongkong
Mum, from South American ports, wuk
I dispatched through tho ngency of II,
Hackfeld & Company for Yokohamn
HAWAII SfOAR awaiting ship
ment Includes Ihq following consign-
inonts, nccoidlng to a leport brought
to this city by Purser Phillips of
the stcamor Mauna Ken: Olaa, 3B00
bags; Walakca, 4000; Hawaii Mill,
4I00; Onomea, 4500; Honomu, G,-
000; H.ikalnu, SS00; I.nupahoohoe,
400; Ooliala, 2100; Kukalau, D. 2,
117, II. 1970; lUnnkui, 2000; Pn
nuhuu, 1 .r. 0 0 ; Honoknn, COOO; Kit
kulhacle, 2CG; Puualuu, 13S0.
THERE WAS a Bmall auanllty of
freight biought to this port by the
Inter-Island steamer Manna Ken
from Hllo nnd way ports this morn-
lug. Included In the cargo worn an
automobile, 158 packages Eundilcs
and 14 Backs awa. Tho homeward
FROM HAWAII ports n Bhlpmcnt of
C100 sacks of sugir was rtccUcd nt
the I ort tills mnrnlin; by tho Intcr-lsl
and steamer lwalanl. This vcsfoI niio
brought one mill shnft nnd a quanti
ty of sun Irlcs.
THE INTER 1SL7ND Moamer Ml
kahala which Is due to arrlvo from
Maul and Mojokal porta tomorrow
morning is bringing a shipment of
,"200 backs of tuigar among other cargo.
Failure To Pay His Wife
Because ho hns consistently failed
lo pay his wife nllmony that wni
awarded to her by order of court,
Carl Hundrop will spend tho next
five dn8 of his troubled existence
In Jail. This was tho sentence 1m-r-obed
on Huudrop this morning by
Circuit Judge Robinson upon tho
finding that Hundrop was in con
tempt of court and would have to
Hfindrop told Judgo Robinson this
morning that he bad been unablo to
find work and that It was an Impos
sibility for him to contribute any
thing to tho support of his wlfo nnd
children. Ho was unable tp ,on
vlnco tho Judgo, however, that he
had made nny very strenuous efforts
In that direction, nnd accordingly
the sentence was Imposed.
"I would be n good deal better oft
If I never arrived In this world,"
was tho man's comment after hear
ing tho sentence of imprisonment.
WILHELJIINA MADE CLEAN-UP.
When tho now Matson Navigation
liner Wllholmlna sailed from Hllo
tho first part, of, tho week, with des-
tlnntlon as Honolulu, that vessel car
ried a largo shipment of Hawaii ,
sugar, The vessel practically clean
od up the grenter part of tho nc-!
cumulation at Hllo, wblch left lit
tle or nothing tor the Hilonlan, that
had been scheduled tn fgllovv tho
.Wllhelmlnn. Included In tho ship
ment were: Qlna, ia,000 sacks; Ono
men, bSOO; Hiiknlnii, (1 100; Pnuii
hau, 51S8; Walakca, 3S00; Honomu,
"And how old aio jou, llttlo glil?'
"Six " I
"And how Ih. it jou aro out walking
without jour mamma?'1
"Oh, mamma doesn't go In for uxcr
cIeo. Really, we havo very llttlo in
I c'oniuion." Houston Chronicle.
r - ta nii
Hongkong anil Japan pons
Maru, Jap. slmr., 2 p in.
Hllo a way ports- .Mau.ia
stmr., a. in.
Gr.1) s Harbor E. K. Wood
schr., a. in.
Hawr.'I ports lleknc, stmr.,
iiawull porta lwalanl, ttmi.,
f VE3SEL3 TO ARRIVE
Moji, Japan liusliu Maru, Jap.
Moji, Japan Koan Mnrti, Ju; rtmr,
Sunday, February 27.
Seattle und Tnctma Aiizonan, A.
II. S S.
Maul and Molo'.tai jiorts Mlkahala,
Kauai torts Klnau stmr.
San Francisco Crook, U. S. A. T.
Per Btmr. Mauna Kca from lliwall
and Maul joita: E. A. Bureh, Mlcscx
Burch (2); L. Hastings, Mrs. J. S.
Rllty, T. C. McFccby' and wife, W. F.
Mci'licrtcn and who J. Cr.ibtrco and
wife. 11. F. Hudson, Mrs. It. S Smith
Miss' Ciu ran, Mrj. K. Hams-Wolff, M.
J. Curran. E. S. Card. It. S. Cooke, W.
A.Leigh, Mrb, Bamman, .Miss F. Diy
biuad, M. Kirkwood and wlfo, Mre.
Geo. Cooke, Mrs. T. Cairo) and chllJ
Mrs. W. Knapp and clill 1, Miss Bran
des, MisEis Hums (3); W. U Scales
nnd wlfo, T. S. Brjbeo, C. F. Hams
F. W.Phcbaker and bon F. W. Uarnei
and wlfo, V. W. Kllen, W. W. Klicn,
J. D, Tucker C. II. Iluvey, J. A. Mc
Candless. II. P. IHckley, L. M. Vot
tleaen. Jlio. Nell, S. B. Paxon, W. R
Coombs, Robert Lowers, L. Muclcr nnd
wife, Uco. l.jcurgiib. Mis. J, II. lie
fries, L. Ilarkhausen, II. I. Lllllo. II
G. Glodcreldt F. llairson, 0. Stephen
son, Mrs. M. Camela and 2 children
Miss Youngb'ood, Miss McNab, II. St
Guar, W. Otilamlt nnd wlfo, W. Scott
It. Yoang, A, Frascr, Rohlbarlck, N. D.
Asdell, O. B. I'lcnch, M. Kawahara
Geo. C. Watt, Sam Kaaloa, Ah Tul, J.
T. McCrosscn, Brecio, Mrs, Zabrlskl
nnd daughter. Miss L. Matson, Capt.
Win. Matson and wlfo, J. Phillips, J.
11. llakuolo C. E. Miller wlfo und 2
children, J. Emcrrslcy", Geo. Taunka, E
Kprse, H. Qibbcl, M. D. Glrdlor.
IN FOrtKION POrtTl
' I r
. ARR.VEO I I . OcMArtffcO
Saturday, February 23.
PORT GAMBLE Hailed Feb. 25: Bk.
Albert for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCrsCO Sallod Feb. 20:
Ship Wm. P. Frje, for Kahulul.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 20: 8. S.
Korea, far Honolulu.
SEATTLE Arrived Fob. 26: 8. S. Vir
ginian, from San ltnnclbco.
Frfday, February 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Feb.. 24:
Bktno. S. G. Wilder, for Mahukona.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Feb. 24;
Bk, Anulo Johnson, from Hllo, Fob.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 21:
St. Katherine, from Hllo, Fob. 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 25: 8. S.
Manchuria, hence Fob. 14.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Fob. 25: 8. S.
Cleveland, henco Fob. 13,
Thursday, February 24, 1910.
San Francisco Sailed, Fob.' 22, S.
5. Virginian, for Seattle
San Francisco Arrived, Feb. 24,
noon, 8. 8. Mongolia, lionco Feb, 18.
Wednesday, February 23,
No. 70S. Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1310.
Sallna Cruz Sailed, Feb. 22, 8. 8
Mexican, for San Francisco.
Sjdnoj' Arrived, Feb. 22, Monna,
hence Foil. 5.
Ornys Harbor Sailed, Fob. 22, Bch
Admiral, for Honolulu,
Grnjs Harbor Sailed, Feb. 2.', Sch
Taurus, for Hllo,
San FrancUco Arrived, Fob, 22, 8
6. Lurllne, henco Feb. 15,
San Francisco Sailed, Fob, 23, noon,
8. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
IMo-r-Arrlvcd, Feb. 20, 8. S. Enter
prise, for San Francisco.
Monday, February 21,
SEATTLE Arrived Feb 20:
S, St Hjudcs, from Sun Fiaudsiu,
83 Merchant St
Friday, February 23.
San Francisco via Port Allen .ril
Knhu.ul llllonlnn, M, N. S. S., 5 p. m.
Hawaii via Maul oris CiniUluj
stmr., C p. in.
Japan pints and Hongkong -Hongkong
Maru, Jap. ctmr., 2 p. in.
Saturday, Febtuny 2i5.
Sau Frnnc7t!co Tcnyo .Muru. Jap.
i.tmr., 10 n. in.
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VES3EL3 TO DEPART
Sunday, February 27.
Manila via Guam Crook, V. S. A. T.
Tuesday, March 1.
I Hllo and way ports Mauna Kca,
Kauai poits Klnau, Btmr., 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal pints .Mlkahala,
sStiur., G p. m.
I I PA68ENQEK8 OfcPARTED
I Per stmr. Claudlnc, fur Hnwnll nnd
Maul ports, F. Baldwin und family,
ti, N. Pond, 'lev, 15. O. Silva. Mrs.
Omsted, (1. W. Carr, A. Ahroii. E. F.
Mobe'.cy, U S. Coiiiices, J, Garcia, Mrs.
Carcla, Ji B.iptljte, I). Carey.
1,'et ?r K, K. S. S. Ten jo Maru. for
San Frnncibco. M. H. Tlsbcrg, Mrs.
Klsberg, Mis. Ellin Willicru, t'. U,o D.
Morris, Itov. und Mre, L. B. Ridgcly,
Mrs. M. L. Ogdsn, B. Sherman, L Ra
phael. Per M. N. 0. S. Hllonlan, for San
Tranclsco via Island ports F. A.
Black, Mrs. A. L. Black, Albert Ratrh
I PAS3EN0ER3 BOOKED ,
Per Etmr, Mauna Ken, for Hllo an I
way ports, Mnrch 1. Goo. Sponccr
Pcavj", A. W. Carter and pirty. Miss
W. E. Tlnkham, Ed Carter, O. N, Mc
Murray, Mrs. McMurray, Mrs. F. W.
Thrum, Mrs. A. Horner, It. W. Atkln
mn, .Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs. N. E. Jor
dan, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Donald Stow
ard, Mrs. II. P. Wood, Mrs. C. A.
Bioodwater, MIes S. Fitch, Mrs. 8. M.
Srencor, Jcanctto S; oncer, J. II. Mc
Conncll, Mrs. McCounell. L. P. Bon
vlllon, Thos. Bellamy. J. A. Crowley,
A. R. Wntland, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II.
Hecn, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs. J. II. Mai
Icy, W. J. Cooper, Mrs, Coojcr II, A.
Kona. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. It. Willard, Mr.
and Mrs. Kiuso, J. F. Rosanflell, Mr.
Mejcrs, Mr. and MrB. C, A. Pratt, Mr.
and Mrs. Timpklns, Mrs, W. McCask
ell, Mrs. Hoggs, Mrs. M. P. Clarke,
Ml3S L. Bouldln, G. W. Peavy, Mr. and
Mrs. Z. K. Myors, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Ofdw-ny. MIsi Ordway, Mrs. R. V.
Hajes, Miss Hayes, P. Pond. C. K. Vic
tor, C, R. Alirens, Mrs. Foster, Miss
Gass, A. D. Patterson, Mrs. Patterson,
Miss Ida Herndon. .
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, lor Kona and
Kau ports, March 1. Mrs. A. G.
Hawcs, Jr., T. R. Grecnwcll, Mrs.
Groenwell, Miss M. B. Wilson, MaJ.
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Mnrclrl. Miss Rhodes, Mrs. F. Gny,
Miss Edith Meier, II. P. Baldwin, II.
A. Baldwin, J. P. Cooko.
Per stmr. Mlkalinla, for Maul and
Molokal ports, Match L J. Klugo,
J, Nakaleka, Mrs. Hansen, Dr. U. II,
Currlo, Mrs, Currlo.
Buforil. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15,
DIx, nt Manila, Jan. 20.
Logan, nt San Francisco.
Thomas, from Manila foi Honolulu,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for ilium
and Manila, Feb 14.
Malls nre one nt Honolulu from
points, ns follows:
San Francl'rn Por Crook. Feb 20.
Colonies--Por Mnl(al, March 2,
Vancouvei Per Mitkura, March 4
Mulls will depart for tho following
points ns fallows:
Colonics Per Mnknrn, Maich I.
Yokohamn Per Asia, Mnich 2
Vancouver Per Maltnl March 2.
Don't forget tn seek tho cnuso of
jour miseries within jour own con-bcljncu.
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