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Honolulu Lodge Third Degree.
Bote Croix Regular.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetlngi'of local lodge
- licet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
Ulntuf rupiurre.t eiuucj ui
Amur, tnoinctna ot,er Also
BENEFICIAL ASS'SIATION. oiations cor
HAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday venltffat
7:U0 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort rtrt
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. B. IMC COY, Noble Orands
All visiting brother very cortlally)
OAEU I0DOE, No. 1, K.-"f P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Iry sveulng at 7:30 In K. o(.P. Hall,
, earner Fort and Beretanlr. ViiltlagK;&ri:
biothera cordially Invited to ittvmc:
WM. JONES, a C.
0. F. HEINE, K. R.-B.
ION0LULTJ IQDQE 618, B. PrO. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B.jnn1
Tike, meets In, their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
tag. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, H. R.
H. 0. EASTON, Sec'y.
IAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Ttfurs
arys of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
sUilly Invited to attend.
P. III001NS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and itb WED
NESDAY evonlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eacles are rnvlted to at
tend. W. R. RILHY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, See.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8,K.ofP,
V , - '
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
l vmitend., , tl, , r
t' ' " H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
B. A. JAC0B60N, K. R. S.
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chen prises will be
v I t .
-a ; ; i
Friday, March 4.
W'j. fljjodale, Walalua; W. Sav
lilt!', Theo. Bauneson, Portland, Ore.
Thursday, March 3.
Henry St. Goar. San Kranclfco: May
Vnndcrl;art,VftihvFranclEco; Amy An
J dersonMMutfoj'. Barkhauifon, K. It.
I'ratt, IlojlUnVMjisa.; C. II. Dcsson
sky, $an FrancIsM; Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Klliack,.ChlcalW; Mr. and Mrs. 0.
BucUlbn mo-foe, .London, Ung,; Mlsa
.WAMtyrfArJ.'Eng.; -Mr. and Mrs,
Ff)$rtti(,Yf Ahgolos, Cal.
P Dleh v v nohln. rh.rinii.
p. wenl, . L. Robins, Charlotte,
Wednesday, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Dmry, Taooma,
Wash, i -f-ij .
HIGH SCHOOL AND
, . ..PUNS TO .MEET
Tdfn'orra'w"affornoon at 3:30 tho Pu-
nahouJIIch -School track meet will
Ta'&'idac 'oji -Alexander Field, and a
mosi interesting program is down ror
discussion. This will bo the second
preliminary try-out prior to tho big
All School track meet which Is to be to the children of tho Russian Imnil
held on March 19. grants yesterday. Sores, cuts and
Although tho High School Is thought
to havf-a ore-strong team of run-
;MC"iaun1iEs;tho Puns are looked
to no-wen in Tllo total number of points
Tiin Knmehanieha boys won from
e iiigu scnoi last Saturday and, ni-
thougbthoy unlj" ("Ut first placo In
flyreventa, they managed to capture
moro points than their opponents.
Tomorrow aftornoon tho officials will
bo choson from the Kamehamchn
Schools, and tho dcstons will bo look-
cd to with Interest. The track at
Alexander Field Is In, good condition
and some faBt times may be mado
by tho boys,
THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN lln
or Makura will go to tlio Alakca Btroet
whartr.upon arTlvnl hero from Van-
coirrer-and Victoria today. Tho vessel
will receho a prompt dispatch fpr Aus- (
Don't Fail to Visit the
r 0 Grand
Now Going On At
Fort Street, opp. Catholic CKurch
The Hawaiian Realty Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The value of the classified ad is
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifies something that
the' reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To Ret immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
Telepicne 603 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
If you want a good Job dune on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St,
Time spent at the Fash'on Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This placo it
sometimes known as the Two Jaws
Phono 5 and ask for Manuel Richard
when you want an automobile Seven
seated Chalmers-Detroit, lato modol.
American Steam Laundry leads In
ico of work. Rea
sonable prices. Quick delivery. El
pert laundry work In all branches.
Professor Donaggho thinks the new
observatory at Katmukl will bo roady
for sky-shooting along about next
Now Is the time to get good Iron
Into the blood. Order a hi of our
Snrsaparllla and Iron
. rt.llln,, .,.. ,.
our distilled water. Cousull luoJ Soda
Water Works Co. Phone 71.
Owing to the Illness of Hugo Her
zcr there will bo no special rchearBnl
at St. Andrew's tonight. The re
hearsal will be held next Friday even
Tho Individual attention given to the
developing and printing at Gurry's
accounts In a groat measure
great superiority In their
Mrs. L. L. McCandless will .address
tho members of tho Kllohana Art
League tomorroyv at 10:30 a. m. Sub
Jcct, "Tho Monologue In, Literature.'
musiraiou uy Mrs. i... l. Mcuanuiess,
Two nursos front tho Palamn Set
ttcment paid a "good Samaritan" visit
bruises wero attended to In a proper
The officials of the Alaska-Yukon-
I'ncinc Exposition liavo awarded a di
ploma to tho local Board of Agricul
ture and Forestry on tho exhibition of
various Island woods and herbarium
Tho wedding of Miss Hclon Bush
ncll and Gerald Hazelton was quietly
colnbrated at tho Young hotel last
evening. Only Inttmato friends were
present, Rqv, McKccvcr officiated.
The groom Is In the employ of tho
von Hamm-Yaung girapo.
It, Is reported that two proprietors
of two different moving picture shows
Indulged In a scrap tho other evening
to tho edification of Uiobq who hap
pened to bo In, tho vlolnlty. It Is real
ty too bad that thcro was not a third
man thoro with a moving picture ma
rhino to take thq "movements." Tlicy
would certainly bo Interesting.
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'JfiiMiiiMitMu it rfaijfflfeM. ..wo.
the Eaimuki Car Line
When you want to be
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Jm. H. Love.
CAPTAIN W. H. CI.ARK, harbor
master for tho port of Honolulu ulio
was itrlcktn with nr i kidney turn
bio tho first of tlio neck Is still nil
Inmate of Queen's Hospital but his
condition has considerably Improved.
Captain Clark was reported tin soma
bettt'r today and ho Is now permitted
to recolvo visits from the members of
TUB WILLIAM II. MARSTON, now
discharging baled hay nnj other lines
of merchandise brought down from
San Francisco Is expected will be
ready to lcavo tho Oceanic wharf In
tow of tho iTiatbon Navigation tug
Intrepid for Pearl Harbor tomorrow.
Tho Muruton Is taking a largo quan
tity of material for tho dry dock there.
THE FIRST PART of the ccmln;
week should see tho arrival of the ro- l'roprletor of tho Hotel Stewart, this
ccntly purchased Intcr-lsland steamer, morning, who Is a guest at tho Alex
Cascade. 'Tho vessel Is now Btcamlng aIlller YomiB Hotcl
down from San Francisco where con- "rh I'C"I'lo ' these IsKnds aro the
Bldcrablo 'alteration has been mads1 moU ''"spltablo that I lmo seen any
upon the vessel. The Cascado inayill0ro ln m' t"vcla- They aro of a
ihow mi Wn nn Mfin.t-iv nr Tn.,!nV I higher ty than In moat countries
HAVING DISCHAliartD and taken
on shipments of cargo tho American
Hawaiian frclghtor Virginian Is ro
portod to havo sailed from San Fran
cisco for Paget Sound ports on Thurs
day. Tho Virginian Is bearing gcnorul
cargo for tho Hawaiian Islands.
1 Ml PAHIAM BAtt-rtt
. -"-" ""
Friday, March 4
SEATTLI" Sailed March 3: S. S.
Virginian, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March 4.
9 n. m.:S. 8. Tcnyo Mnru, left Feb.
SALINA CRU5 Arrived, March 2': S.
8. Columbian, from Hllo.' Fob. 17.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai rortB,
March 3. Mrs. Hobron, C. II. Cooko,
Miss A. .Eggerklng, W. Kawaliala, II.
O, Sheldon George P. Thlolen, Hce
Fat ana John Wntefhouse.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall for Kauai ports
March 3 Mrs. Hohron, John Water
house, C. H. Cooko, Miss A. Eggerklng.
Qeo. P. Thlolen.
PLANTERS WOULD PAY THE 3ILL
(Continued from Pace 1) v
Filipino journalists of Maullu. Tho
"In view of tho attitude of the
Spanish and Filipino papers toward
the emigration of Filipino laborers
to Hawaii under contract with tho
Hawaii sugar estates company rep
resented In tho Philippines by O. A.
Steven, Mr. Steven decided some
days ago to Invite representatives
of those papers to a banquet given
at the Motropolo, Hotel, and nftor
tho dinner explained to thorn tho
wholo situation and tho advantage
that wrts to he gained by the. Fili
pino laborers Individually nnd tho
people as a whole from It.
"Mr. S(ovoii also Invited the pa
lters to appoint ono of their number
to go to Hawaii to Investigate tho
situation 'of. tho Filipinos laboring
there on tho, company's estates, of
fering to pay, nil tho expenses of the
trip and give tho person chosen am
ple opportunity to form an Indepen
dent opinion an conditions.
"On Tuesday evening tho repre
sentatives of the Democracla, EI
Morcantll, Llbcrtas nnd Razon met
at tho ofllco of the Democracla, but
In view of the Bmall nihiqrlty It was
decided io drop the question for tho
tlino being, tliero being no proper
representation of tljo papers Invited.
"Tho other papers Ignored tho In
vitation, although nmong tholr num
ber were those most Interested In
knowing the truth of the Filipino
labor situation In Hawaii,"
ilulletiu Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185:
SUBE to have your
Considers Volcano Most
" Wonderful That He
"Honolulu Is ono jf the most pleas
ant and Interesting places that I havo
lsltcil, and I bavo seen nearly all
the prlnclplo bcuuty Hots of the
world as I made a two j ears' tour
around tho world just picvlous to tho
San Francisco disaster." So ttatoil
Mr. Charles A. Stewart, mnnuKlns
iuul i imve ibiiuu. i u iivru ji
5 ears ago, but i did not look Into
things. I sea a marked chango for
tho better In Honolulu. Tho city
looks so solid and substantial and has
grown wonderfully slnco then."
Ill answer to tho question as to whe
ther It would bo ndtlcablo to suspend
the CoacUUo Shipping Iiw, ,Mr.
Stowart Bald: "If tho world in gcnoral
knew of tho attractions hero and had
tho proper facilities for getting hero
and could lcavo when they wanted
to; tliero would no doubt bo thousands
moro tourists visiting theso Islands
than at present. I am not closely In
touch with tho different business en
terprises hero to say definitely wheth
er or. not It would bo a good thing
fur tho Territory to ha-iO this law sus
pended. It might Injuro shipping, but
on the other hand It might bom the
means of adding to tho prosperity of
"I hnvo talked this matter over
briefly with Captain Mateon and also
wlt Mr. R. F., Dillingham. Wo had
luncheon together recently. Mr. Dil
lingham fatorcd tho suspension of tho
Coastwlso Law. I really know so verv
llttlo abont this matter that it will
havo to be settled by tho pcoplo of
tho Territory roonor or later whethor
thoy roally wish to protect tlio Ame
rican Merchant Marino, or suspend tho
Coastwlso Shipping Law and allow for
eign vessels to compete on nn equal
footing with vessels flying tho Ameri
"What Impressed mo most during
my travels around tho worb.1. was the
pbsonca of tho American flag upon tlio
seas after leaving Hongkong. Ono qf
tho grentost problems which undo
Snin has to confront Is our American
Merchant Marino. Either by subsldlos
or uy other means our snipping win
havo to bo protected. At preeont wo
aro asking other nations to furnish
us with carrying facilities for nearly
(Continued on Pace 6)
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting shipment
IncludOB tlici following, according to n
'report brought hero by (ho Intor-luland
steamer Ntibau: K. S. M., 3000; M. A.
IC, IS.SUO;-Men., II.4I0; M. S. Co,
10,000; K. 8. Co., 3571; L. P., 7G05;
H. M., 9389 a. F., 171.
TUB SCHOONER HKIXNE sailed
yesterday ovonlng for Abordeen. Wash
ington, after having discharged n full
shipment of lumber at thoAllen and
Robinson wharf. Tho llo'eno went
on tho local niarlno ralvjy boforo
proceeding (o bca.
A SANv FRANCISCO report Is to
tho effect (hat tho Mntson Navigation
liner Lurllno sailed from tho Cali
fornia port for Honolulu on Wodnos
tiny, Tho Lurllno is bringing miasm
gors and general cargo for tho Islands.
ORAY8 HARI10R Is tho destination
of the American schooner William 01
rcn whjch has finished the discharge of
n shipment of lumber at Bishop wharf.
.The vessel Is now ready for sea and
may'dct away" today.
lot ar.d save the advance in prices
T VESSELS TO ARRIVE '( 1 '. DEPARTED 7
: -? i
Saturday, March S.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura.
C.-A. 8. 8.
Hllo and way ports Manna Kea.
Sunday, March C.
Kauai ports Klnan, etmr.
Mnul ami Molokal ports Mlkahald,
Monday, March ".
8an Trnnclsco Korea. P. M. S. S.
Manila la Nagasakl-
-Thomas. U. S.
Ti i A a v Marr.k ft.
Kona nnd Kau ports Mnuni Lo.i,1
Wedne:day, March 9.
Kainl ports W. a. Hall, stmr.
Sun Kranclbco Lurllno, M. N. 8. S.
Thurcday, March 10.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, March 11.
Sjh Francisco Alainodu, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, Mar:h 12.
Hllo la way porta Hauna Kea,
Sunday, March 13.
Sallna Cruz ln Port Allen. Knhu
lul and Hllo Virginian, A.-II, stmr.
San FranclECO Logan. U. S. A. T.
Kauai porta Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal potts Mlkahala
Monday, March 14.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. II. S. B.
Wodnesday, March 16.
Kauai jiorts W. a. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, March 17.
Hawaii and Maul portB Claudlno,
San Francisco Nevadan. A.-H.stnir
Friday, March 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nlppo.i
Maru, T. IC. K. 8. 8.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M, N
Monday, March 21.
Ban Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K
K. 8. 8.
Thursday, March 24.
Puget Sound portST-MoxIcan, A.-H.
Saturday, March 25,
San Francisco Wllic1mlna, M. N.
Monday, March 23,
Hongkong via Japan portB Slbcrln
P. M. a. 8.
Tuesday, March 29.
Australian torts Marami, C.-A
Per stmr. Mauna Koa for Hllo and
way ports, March 8. Miss L Halulnnl,
J. K. Paris, K. Ilartlotto, Thou. H. Wall
It. Gardner, R. W.J Atkinson, Geo. C
Deck, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Carter. Mrs. 8. M.
Speucor, Capt. Forsyth, Lieut. Morris
on, Dr. Edwards, C. F. Rosa, R. O,
MathCBon, Miss A. Rosa, Miss II. Ha
pat, Mrs. Jno. S. Rllss, Mrs. Jas, W
Vail, Mrs. I) rooks, Miss Ilrookn, Mr
nnd Mrs. O. W. Poary, Mr. and Mrs
Thos. Weir, C. Drury, Mrs. Drury, V
R. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. M. Victor, Mrs
M. J. Gouvoa, J. O. Dunn.
Por M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno. for Ban
Francisco, March IS. J, llcano, Mrs,
C. I. Cox. Miss WInno, Mrs. Murray
Shtploy, Miss Shipley, Mr. and Mrs
G. P, Cooke, Mrs. M. Snow, Mr, and
Mrs. Louis Underwood, Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. P. Jarvls, Mrs. O. A. Harvey. Mrs.
J. A. Scott, MIsb Mary Allen, Edwin
Homier, MIbs A. M. Aloxnnder, MIsf
Baddaky, Miss A. Anderson Mrs. V
Lylo. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Mueller, Miss
aiddlngs, A. C. Ilurdlck, a. P. Rur
dick, 8. A. Tolan, Mrs. J. A. Noble
Mr. and Mrs, Hudson, Mrs. It. K
Smith, M, Uicdge, C. A. Stowart, J.
McSourloy, J, McGlll, F W. Keiin
Miss Uacliman, Miss Drj bread J. 8.
Spltzer, Mrs. Spltzer, Mr. Martlnn,
Mrs. J, L. Cnnipboll, Miss C Camp
bell. Miss I, Flrmmlng, James I), Dole
E. It. Shngg. II. P. Dickenson. Mrs.
Dickenson. Mrs. A. lllatt, L. M. Spen
cer. MUs W. Dickson F. O. Moon,
Per stmr. Mauna I.oa for Kona and
Kau ports, Match 11 Mrs, A, G
Hnwes, Dr. nnd Mrs. H. J. Durdctto,
L. P. DouWlloti.
and pick your
83 Merchant St
Thursday, Marc!i I.
Victoria and Vancouver Malta!, C.
A. 8. 8., 7 p. m.
Kauat ports Kcauhou, Mtnr., C p.m.
Knual ports W. G, Hall, stmr., 3
VES8CL8 TO DEPART
Saturday, March G.
Victoria' and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8. S.
Hawaii and Mnul ports Clautltnc,
stmr., G p. m.
Monday, March 7.
Hongkong la Japa npots Korea,
p. M. s. s.
Son Francisco Thomas, U. 8. A. T.
.Tuesday, March 0.
I1I1U UU'J Wdj jrvn io tiiauim aw(
Maul and Molokal ports-Mlkahala,
Ka'ua ,!0rti Klmii, stmr.
Thursday, March 10.
Kauai ports W. O.' Hall, Btmr.
Friday, March 11.
i Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno.
, Sunday, March 13.
Manila via Guam I.rsan, U. S. A.T.
Sallna Cifuz ylu Port Allen, Knhu
lul nnd Hllo Ar'lzonsn. A.-H, etmr.
Monday, March 14.
Jnpan pors and Hongkong Mon
golia. P. M. S. 8.
Tuetdsy, ''arch 15.
Hllo and way porta Mauna Kea,
Kaualfi'ortB Klnau, stmr. '
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkalnla,
San Finncl!CO Lurllno, M. N. 3.-3.
Wednc:day, March 13. f
Sail Fianclsco Alameda, O. S. 3.
Thursday, March 17.
Kauai portB W. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, March 18.
San rrnncleco Nippon Maru, T. IC,
K. 8. S.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Monday, March 21.
Snn Francisco Tcnyo Maru, T. IC.
IC, S. S.
Tuesday, March 22.
Hllo and way ports Maum Koa,
Knnal ports Klnnii, rtr.ir.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkalnla,
Friday, March 25.
San Francltco Siberia, P. M. S. b
Sallna Cruz via Port Allen, Kahulut
and Hllo Vlrglulan. A.-H. S. 8.
Saturday, March 26.
San Frnnclfco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
Monday, March 28.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. S.
Tuesday, March 29,
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. S. 8. ,
Per O. 8. S. Alameda, for San
Francisco, Mnr. 10. Mr. and Mrs.
Dlckcrson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. 8plt
zor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnnard, Mrs. C.
II. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Cnrpcntor, Miss Dickson, MUs
A. Anderson, T. G. Gllmore, Mr3.
Sonic, Mls Wood, Miss Glddlngs,
Miss Heddon, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Mac
farlnne. Mlsn IllnUdoll Mrs- C. A.
Illalsdell. Mrs. Fred Snow, M!k
Elornss, Mlsi O- Wadnian, Mr. and
Mrs. F. II. DamonY Donald Uoss.'JIr.
and Mrs. Jnmes Harvy, Mr. and Mrs.
I Muoller, Mr. ' nnd Mrs. R. J,
Hnyeo, Mrs. M. J. McGlll, Mrs. J. SI.
McSurloy, J. L. Ruse, II. D. Rice, F.
A. lllnck, J, A. Crowley, A. It, Miilt
land, Walker and Storem, Mrs. A. L.
Illnclc, Dr. and Mrs. T, It. McNab,
Per stmr. Cluudlne for Hawaii and
Maul potts, March 4 J. A. Aheong,
Jnii, K. Hart. It, S. Hornier M. Sparks,
i', 11. lllley, W. r.Frost, Miss 13. J. Gil-
lis, Miss I. M. Popo, Mrs. 1 Maiks,
Miss E. Mnlonoy, Mrs. Dickson,
Por stmr. Klnau for Kauai norts.
March 8 Mnrstnn Campbell, Governor
I'rtar, W. W Iiuner, II. P. Ilaldwln,
H. A, Baldwin, J. P. Cooke, J. True
blood, Miss DOWBCtt. i