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EVUNINQ Bnii.RTm. RONOLtTLt) T. H WEDNESDAY, MATT 23, 15 Id. ,
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Nuuanu Chapter Rote Croix
Maundy Thursday Ceremonies.
Eatter Ceremonies Sunday,
March 27, 10 a. in.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
........ .... JUCIHUtlS V
MAMRt tHHIHttlty other Alio
BENEFICIAL WSMIATIOH ciatiom cor
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:80 In I. O. O. r. Hall, Tort Street.
B. It. HENDltV, Secretary.
II. E. MCCOY, Noble Oiand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrst and tb4rdfrf
lay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Itall,
Krner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
toothera cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. P. HEINE, K. B.,.
I0N0LUIU IQDQE 616, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, orrrv.
X'ks, meets In their nail, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday even.
lag. Visiting Brother are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, K. It.
II. C. EABTON, Bec'y.
EAWAIIAN TBIBE.No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meeti every first and third Tburs
trya ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tlally invited to attend.
P. HiaOINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
ONOIULTJ AEBfE 140, F. 0. E.
Meeti on the 2nd and 4th WKIV
RGSDAY evenings Pf each month at
V.SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle are Invited to at
Wnd. ,W. It. ItlLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Wm. MTONIEY IQDQE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4ttf Saturday
venlng at 7:20 o'clock In K, ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort aYid Beretanla. Visit
log brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A". TAYLOR. C. C.
V. A. JACOBSON, K. It. B.
SEAL ESTATE T1ANSACTI0NB,
Entered for Becord March 22, 1910.
', From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. n.
Kamal (w) to Sing Cbong &
Co Extn L
iVou Hurum-Youug Co Ltd to
James K Lota Kel
Henry T Hughes et at to von
Hamm-Young Co Ltd CM
1 KattUal and list) et al to Tr of
Josus Christ of Latter Duy
tFukuda to Oahu Railway A
Land Co Par A L
Frank E Clark to Joe J Ca-
3oe J Caniaru to San Antonio
Port, Ben Socy ot Haw M
"Lee Chuck to Honolulu Plnntu
' Co , S
lAcbl K Aknu and by tr to Mary
J Alexander , AM
Ernest W 0 Christiansen by ntty
to Trs Est of W C Luualllo. .A M
Est of August Dreler by tr to 1
F Ryan U
Fred Kaeck nnd wf to Allen U
Robinson Ltd M
JAM Osorlo to l"rank Santos. . L
ilarry T Mllle nnd wf to Eliz
abeth F Monsarrnt M
Entered for Becord March 83, 1010.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
F V Uehrlng to Hermlue aelu-
Ho King llln to Shack Kim
Mariana Ikeole to Oeorge V Da-
l vle U
J K Hauuna and wf to Oiorisu
F Davles L
Charles W Oray liy lty to W
O Achl, tr ,1'ar Itel
Knowland Is seeking to prevent
control of steamship lines by rail-
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Wednesday, March 23.
Mr. nud Mrs John A. Scott, llllo,
II. 0 Tuft, Oakland. O.il : J. F. Carl
Btnn, Oihland, Cal , J W. I lawns,
n C . r ' Vu Vt - . ' I
Oakland, fit.. Mies Mni I.ngylhardt,
Oakland, Cal . Miss C I'rnnck, Oak
land. Cal : Mr and Mm. H T Pan
ons Ilerkele), Cal ; l)i nnd Mrs K.
V. Talor Hawaii, II E. Peters,
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, March 22.
Mrs II. I. Poole Enscnadn do Mom
Cuba; II i'eaison Robinson, Hull, Sng
PHONEY CLOTH IS
Don't buy sorce nr tweed from
any ninii A ho hawks thn stuff around
ns n bargain. Ihls ailviro Is given
by Chief McDumn, who has teen put
on the trail of it smooth artist In
the. JlluWlam game ot Helling shoddy
as the real Imported article.
The man Mild enough material to
make two suits of clothes to n ilty
clerk, The purchaser took the coodl
to n tailor to hae made up nud re
marked to the man of shears
"Pretty good stuff for live dollars
a yard, oh? "Pretty good noth
ing," replied the tailor; '"why, It Is
a fraud, and only worth about 76
cents a nrd."
Then tho row started, nnd the de-
Tuded-jiinn who thought ho was get
ting English serge nt a bargain
(rotted off to the police station with
his tale of woe. He claims that the
cloih had n big stump with two
flags an It, a'Jd that lie thought the
material was genuine.
STOCKS ARE QUIET
There wore no startling develop
ments in the local stock market to
day. Tho usual stocks movements
characteristic of midweek obtained nt
Besslon and between board sales.
Thirty shares of Pioneer changod
hands between boards at tho rata quot
ed jesterday, 237. Honokaa made no
move todn. At the session sales Ha
waiian Agricultural, which sold )es
tcrday at 235 mowil today nt 2S0, a
decided drop. M McBnrie at 7 ovrii
changed hands. J 1000 llllo Hx. Cs went
Other stocks field tno een nno
there being hut small blocks of somo
changing jands and none of others.
iFirTY OR MORE nusslans hao of
late found employment with tho sev
eral stevedoring concerns along the
waterfront. Tho now arrivals have
been given work as occasion required
and It Is said that their services have
In the main been found satisfactory.
A .numbei of Russians nro also nt
wo'rk on tho local marine railway,
whoro they are engaged In painting
and caulking vcstols.
THE HAWAIIAN rortlllicr Com
pony expects s shprnent of fertilize!
from Europo by the HrltUli n!ilp Dum
friesshire. The vessLl has lieon.placctl
on tho berth at Hamburg, to load for
Honolulu The sailing dato of tho Bri
tish ship has not et been disclosed.
Never depend on a stuttering
man. He'll break his word.
. BEQAI SHOE CO. "
"V Xing' and Bethel.
For This Week
BOYS, WASHABLE SUITS 2Vi to 8 years sires; best
make $1.90 to $3-60 a Suit
LADIES' KID QLOVES Two-clasp; in White, Black,
and Tan . . ., $1.25 Pair
LADIES' SKIRTS Full-pleated, well-tailored Skirts;
all lenirths and waist-bands; in Worsteds, Series,
andAlpacas $4 to $10 Each
NEW SPRING WAISTS Special Sale, Fancy Lin
gerie and Tailored Styles; snow-white and beauti
ful goods; fresh from the hands of the makers...
$1.50 to $4 Each
EACH A MIQHTY BIO VALUE SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Port Street, opp. Catholic Church
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 get immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
Telephone G03 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
Call on Mile Pnton at the Encore
Saloon for n draft of Fiesh butter
milk. Time spent at tho fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This place Is
sometimes known as the To Joe.-s
, . , .,, ,,oh ,., ..... u.,,..
Mull Jack ttoburis al thu Kentucky
Saloon whin ou wnut liquid icfreeli
merit, dii will gel goo I goods and
courtooun treatment there
Hire's Boot Beer Is n good tonic anil
one of the most pleasant ilrlakn on
the market Order n case from Con
solidated Soda Works. Phono 71.
tlet jour soda wntcr from the Arc
tic Soda Water Works Co, 12C1 Mil
ler street, telephone 5S7, Distilled wat
er delUered-to offices or dwellings
Mrs C. L. Dlckerson for up to date
millinery at reasonable 'prices. Tho
onl) one that does accorjeon pleating
In Honolulu, flrcrn stamps, too, for
American Steam Ijuwulry does deli
cate fabrlis b hand. DrV cleaning
ladles' dresses. Clothes cleaned and
presfeit. Work advertises Itself. Allta
delivery. I'honn SOS
A special meeting of the members
of tho Chambtr of Commerce has been
called for 3 u m loilai to listen to
an address by Mr. (1. S. IKarborn, Pre-
siuent oi tno American Hawaiian
Chinese nnd Japaneso builders and
contractors are rushing work of con
structing cheap and fllmsey buildings
within the new and extended lire
During tho week ending with jester-
day afternoon, fifteen building permits
lmo been Issued from the office, or
Building and Plumbing Inspector
Out of this number but ono struc
ture Is contemplate,) which will cost
oer three thousand dollars.
Tho proposed structures are all In
tended for that portion of the city
which lies Ewa of Nuuanu street and
tho average cost In oich caco Is less
thon one thnussnd iin!ls
Out of tho entire number, eight are
particularly specified ns tenoment
houses In eierv Instnnco save twa
exceptions, the parties appl) Ing for tho )
Iiermlts nre either Japaneso or Chi
Last night at about seven o'clock
a Japanese prisoner named Vamamoto
escaped from tho Pearl City Jail Tho
man was In custody ponding trial for
a robbery nt Ewa. No trace of tho
CBcapeu has, so far, been found, but
the pollco nro nut looking for him and
expect to locale him licforo long,
Yamamoto Is supposed to have es
caped at tho time that a turnkey
brought him Ms supper; tho door must
have been left open or else (ho pris
oner followed tho turnkey nut nud the
latter locked the empty cell. ,
Utile. Jimmy McLeod aged ten
years is lost, and his anxious parents
at Watertown are hunting high and
low for tho boy. 1 ho lad was dressed
In khaki, nnd had no hat on when last
seen, ' An one who sees tho bov'woi'd
confer' a great favor on tho McLeods
If they would report the matter to the
pollco or. take tho lad to St. Louis
A Curtlss biplane was wrecked at
Seattle and Aviator Hamilton was
A Pullman car robber leaped Into
the Salton Sea with his plunder
When you want to be SUBE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TBANSFEB CO,
Jas. H. love.
ADVICES WEttn lecelvel at San
Francisco on March 4 ftoni Valpirnlso
reporting that the Norwegian ship
Nordstjernon had been coiukIpI t.
put Into the port In a lciklnt; onidi
tlon. Tho vessel was hnutid from
Belllngham Bay to the Tjne' an I o,
Idently met with heavy we-ilher of
the lower South Amcrlcnn coast, fo
when sho nut Into Vnlpirnlso sho ii
badly strained In her warns. It wa
reported that before sho can continue
on her oyago It will be necessnry to
remove her cargo and put her In the
dr)dock for- surejlng.
ABOUT EIOHT hundred Ions of Or
iental freight will bn left at Honolulu
by the Pacific Mall liner Siberia, which
Is due to arrive here on Friday morn
ing. It Is .the Intention to gtvo tho
Siberia n prompt dlspnich and she
may sail for; San Francisco on the
evening of the same day. Nearly one
hundred first class passengers have
booked nt the local agency and tlicso
enn easily lie accommodated.
Tim FAST Flying bark Annlo John
son Is reported to line sailed from San
Francisco yesterday with destination
as llllo, The Annie Johnson Is bring
Ing out n full cargo of genera) tmer
chandlsc. The vessel Is credited with
having madn a fast trip up to the
coast 'on tho last voyagp, covering tho
distance between llllo and the Oolden
Onte In a Utile less than twelve da jr.
THE WA8HINOTON authorities
have remitted tho fines Imposed
against the Japaneso steamshlpH Ta-
coma Maru and Awa Maru for berthing
female Immigrant passengers In the
same apartments with single mala pas
rengerH, The masters of the both ves
sels pleaded Ignorance of the law
undor which they weto fined and other
THE NORWEfllAN frelghtor Selja.
which visited the port some months
ago with general morchandlso from
Japanese ports, Is reported to have
sailed. from Yokohama on last Friday,
ner uesunation ueing Honolulu nnd
tho nninland. The Sella was formerly
one of sot oral chartered freighters op-
crated by the Portland and Asiatic
THE LOCAL agents for tho Canad
ian Australian liner Marama exptct
"'at vessel to arrive from Australl-'i
ports on or about next Tuesday. In
addition to a small general cargo tho
vessel will leave n few nassencers.
Tho Marama wlll'havo accommodation
for about twentyjllrst class passengers
and will receive a promrt dispatch for
THE WIRELESS equipment of tho
steamship Lansing one of the Union
Oil Company's fleet was finished at
San Francisco on March 4. Tho steam
bhlps Santa Maria, Santa Rita and
Pcctan will also bo equipped with
UnHed wireless apparatus as fast ns
thoy arrive Contracts for tho re
mainder of tho Union Oil Company's
fleet are to follow.
THE AMEIUCAN schooner Polaris,
from Tacoma, arrived at Adelaide.
Australia, on February 28, and report
ed having seen a ship, probably the
Parnassos, on Beams Island, boatless
and with a damaged cargo, on Decem-
her 16 The Parnassos is a Herman
ship which sailed from Portland, Or.,
on December 1 for Qucenstown.
THE MATSON Navigation liner Wll-
hclmtna returned from llllo this morn
ing after having taken on a shipment
of sugar. A number of passongers
wero embarked at tho Hawaii port
who ar destined for San Francisco.
The Wllhtlmlna Is scheduled to depart
ior aan pTancisco at iu o clock on Sat
THE WILLAMETTE Iron and Steel
Works of Portland, has been notified
that It has been awarded the contract
for repairing tho revenue cutter Man
ning at a coat of 12550. The Manning
will arrive at Portland about March
If, and tho work will require fifteen
THE CANADIAN - AUSTRALIAN
liner Makura, which sailed from Ho
nolulu on March 3, destined for Syd
ney via Suva, has arrived at tho Aus
tralian ort, according to a cablo re
ceive,) hero. The Makura reached
Sydney on laBt Monday, '
THE A-H. lino freighter Columbian
Is reported as having nrrived nt San
Francisco after having taken on trans
shipped cargo nt Sallna Crui. Tho
vessel Is proceeding to Pngot Sound
portB and thonco to Honolulu.
TWENTY-EKJHT days wos con
sumed In the vol ago from Honolulu
to Oavlota by the American ship Falls
oi wiyue. mat vessel lort hero on
February 22, aftor having discharged
a full shipment of fuel oil.
AT 1 O CLOCICyesterday aftornoon,
mo racuic Alan liner Korea is report
ed 19 hnvo sailed from San Francisco
bound for the Orient by tho way of
Honolulu. The vessel should arrive
iiciu uii niomiay morning
THE AMERICAN Bchoonor itcleno
made the trip up the coast nud has nr
livud at dray's Harbor In nineteen
ds)s. The voosul brought a shipment,
of lumber to Houolulu nud sailed from
here oti Muicu 3
THE LiailTHOUSE tender Kukul
has sailed on an luspecttou trip. Tho
vessel left the port last evening.
THE C.-A. liner Marama la reported
by the Met chants' Exchange as having
sailed, from Suva for Honolulu,
Per stmr. Mndnn Ken, for llllo nnd
way rts, March 29. Mrs. B. T,
Brown. J. I), Kcnilntl, Dr. J. neat tie,
Mrs. W, V. Chlsholm, Mrs. Dr. Best
tie, Miss K. Wight, Mrs. Murphy (1
W, Penvy Mrs Penv, M, Benton
ipencer lllckertnn, Mrs Blckerlon, R
I. I.lllle, It R. Elgin. J. J. Reiser,
Per stmr W. O Hall for Kmnl
ports March 24 Mrs. Iljns lfenberg
Per stmr, Klnnu. for Kauai ports
March 22. J. K Farley. A. McBryde
P; K. Palama, D. B. M unlock 11. D.
WlBhard, Miss H. W. Nordme)cr. K
Ip t ncv
Per stmr. Mlkahnln, for Maul mil
Molokal ports, March '11. Miss Cock
ctt, Mrs. Ramsberger.
IN FOrtEIQN PORTS
Wednesday, March 23.
SEATTLE Arrived Mnr. 22: S. S.
Mlssnurlnn from Sin rranclscn
0RAY8 HARBOR ArrUed Mar. 22:
Sch. W. B. OIen hence Mnr. 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mat 23:
S. S. Lurltue. hence Mar. 15.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar. 23: S. 8
China, for Honolulu.
FEED. FIXUR, fertilizer and gen
eral cargo to the amount of a little
aver two, thousand tons has arrived
at thn port by the. Matson Navigation
freighter Hndes The vessel arrived
hero after eleven das steaming from
Seattle, A portion of tho voyage wns
decidedly rouMi and tho frttghter wns
obliged to bo hove to for twenlj-four
hours. On deck (hero Is a largo ship
ment of lumber and piling. 'Hie liy
ndes lus freight for Klo!n Kahiilut
and llllo. It is possible that n portion
of the transit cargo may bo left hero
and taken to the other Island ports liy
the coasting steamers. Tho llndes Is
now discharging cargo nt thn Matson
wharf and It Is tho Intention to dis
patch tho vessel for the other Islands
SULPHUR and general cirgo Is dii"
to nrritv here by tho Norwegian
freighter SeJJi on or about Anrll B.
This vessel took on cargo for the Pa
cific Ferllllicr Company nt Hakodate
nnd other Japanese ports.
IT IS UNDERSTOOD that the Ame
rlcnn schooner BoreillH will loid n
shipment of lumber for the ioit of
"i. T'1" 1vc,!"t', ,H now reported ns
uiw u.-iui in urinn inrunr, .
weak ;aftd dohValescent. To those who
need strength need a food and a tonic. !
Many people need a tonic, who do not
consult a doctor. There is a noticeable lack
of energy in, these people; a di'sincliriation
to make any unusual effort. Your friend's
answer to your morning greeting is hdt a
complaint; but there is no CHEERY return.
LACK OF ENERGY. THAT 'S ALL.
Now that friend needs a tohfc, arid if he
will drink pure beer he will have the ibene
fit of the barley---a food, ridthe hops---a
tbnic. The trifle of alcohol is an aid to
The proper drinking of beer is jthe
solution' to 'lack of "energy." i A pure beer
and the b6er to drink in Hawaii is
M.G9 Mt 4mMj jrAyH dU
Wednesday, March 23.
Seittle Hyades, M. N. 8, S. n. m.
'llllo Wilhelmlna, M N. M. 8. a. m
Kauai irts W. O. Hall, stmr., a. m
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Wednesday) March 23.
Puget Sound ports Mexican, A -II
Thursday, March 24,
Hawaii nud Mnul ports Claudlne
Friday, March 25.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia
P. M. S. S.
Saturday, March 26.
llllo Mid way ports Mntina, Kea
Sunday, March 27.
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr., n. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., a. m.
Tuesday, March 29,
AuMrnllan ports Marama, C-A-S.
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr. ,
Thursday, March 31,
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claudlne
4. . j
Per O. 8. S. Sierra for San Francis
co, April 0 Mr. and Mrs. S. Q. Ybttijg?
Mrs. R Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. T. Weir.
Mr, and Mrs. K C, I'errlno, Mrs, A.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lucas
Miss B. Carra, Mrs E. C. Carra.'Mlas
Abrams, Mrs. Frledlamler, Mrs. De
Knight. Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Colin, lira
V. E. Collins, Mrs. A. Sullivan Dr. and,
Mrs. Miovin, .ir. anu airs. 11, 11. jase
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dell, Mrs. C. Tag
gart. Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Pexley, Mrs. C.
A. Blalsdcll. Mist Blnlsdell. Miss A.
Gallon, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Waldron. Sa
rah 0, Boggs Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Rote,
Mrs A. Klemme. Mrs I. Innes. A. Latin
J.' ; Ptc.k.' M'Ji: Wo,lnUfr5, r"' J' 8n Franclsco-Per Korea, March 28.
!'. Cln.-k r?,rA- OConnIel1- ; V'"r'' Colonles-Per Mnroraa. March 29.
Mrs. F. E. DennN Mrs. E B. 8pen- Vancouvcr-Por Maltal Anrll 2
R.rHMpu.Jman. " W MaH, wll.paJl ? lor The "ol.dw.n,
Pur stmr. Claudlno. forv Maul and nnlnt" n" '"lew:
Hawaii rorts. March 25 Mrs. Pierco San Francisco Per Siberia. March 25. .
O W. Peary. Mrs Peary, Mra. Mnr- Vancouver Per Marama, March 29.
hy. M.Hall M.Benton .Colonies Per Maltal, April 2.
Per Btmr. W. O. Hall Mr Kauol
ports. March 31. Leslie Wlshtrd, I THE NEW tank steamship J. A.
Clmnslor, built nt Newport Nowh for
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Slhorln. the Associated Oil Company. Is ex
dun to nrrlvo from the Orient on Frl- pected to leave for tho Pacific Coast
day morning will be berthed nt tho soon. On her arrival at San Francisco
Alnken wharf. Tho vessel nitl nrrnm. ulm will lm nlntn.l In ..., .ln ap..in,.
modito all passengers so far hooked
lor Hie cnasi, ,.ol trade... .,. .
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Tuesday. March zz.
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr., 5 pm.
Maul and Molokal Kirts Mlkahala,
atrhr.. S p. m, ' ,
Mnhukona and Kawalhae Maul,
stmr. 1 C p. m. '
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Thursday. Mftreh 24.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, simr
Friday, March 25. ,
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. 3 S
Manna and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Saturday, March 26. ,
San Francisco Wilhelmlna. M. N.
Monday, March 28.
Hongkong and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. B. S.
Kauai ports Noean, stmr.
Tuesday, March 29.
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. B. 8. a ' ' ,
llllo via way ports Manna Kea,
v Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahala,
Katml ports Klnau, ctmr.
Thursday, March 51
Kauai ports W. Q. Hall, ctmr.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. I
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20. -
Logan, from Honolulu for , Manila,
Thomas, arrived San Francisco from
Manila. March 10.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila. for Ho
nolulu, March 14.
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Malls are rue, nt .Honolulu from
nnlnffl ai fnltnna,
vnk.iimmnnnr nihai-tn trXh ?
Mwpen that city aid Portland In tho
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