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F.VENIN'0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, APIl. 19, 1910.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hawaiian Frtt Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, n. A. M.
Regular, 5 p. m,
Rote Croix Special, 7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu Second Degree.
All vlsltlngtncrabcrs of the
.Order nro cordially Invited to
- attend meetings of locai lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
MARINE ENGINEERS' !Htm.bcr
JENEFICIAL ASWIATION. elation, col.
' dially invited.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
! McctB overy Monday evening at
'7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Port Street.
, L It. HENDRY, Secretury.
11. C. McCOY, Noblo draml.
' i All 1st t lllir brothers erv curdlallv
iOAHU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening ut 7:30 In K. a P. Hall,
(corner I'uit and Ilcratanln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. O.
O. P. HEINE. If. It. S.
IHONOLULU LODOE 01G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, II. I. 0.
SEIks, mectu In their hall, on KlnK
Btrecl, near Port, every Prlday even.
ling. VInltliiK Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTIHTT. E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Soc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meots every first and third Thurs
days of inch month nt Knights of
Pythias Unit. Visiting brothers cor
hllally Intlled to attend.
I'. IUQUINS, Bnchom.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
iHONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 1th WED
NESDAY evcnlngB of each month at
1,7:30 o'clock, In K. of I. Hall, cornor
tBeretanla and Port streets.
,VlBftlng Eagles nro Invttod to at
w. n. riley. w. r.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODOE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
VmaI- Ara., Qn.l a .1 Jit, Ci f ,, r1 n i.
r v,saia wvj fcuu nM ii V'i
PJ evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of I'.
&lla11. in W,r) nnil llprplllllln. VlHlt.
ling brothers cordially Invited to nt-
If. A. TAYI.OU, C. C.
K. A. JACO 'SON, K. It. 8.
Clias. R. Frnziur
t,n '7 19? Ki" t
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Tuesday, April 19.
Mr. nnd Mrs II It. Tnllmt Port
land. Ore.; A. V. Eamcs, Wnhlnwa;
A. 1 James, Jr., I.elliliua, C. A.
Ilriins, San t-rnnclsco; (1. (Jell), Nun
York City: Mr. and Mts. C. Carnenter.
Colorado Springs. Colo.; E. C. nurk-
haidt. Los Angeles, Cal.: C. II. Walte.
T.tltlo Hock. Ark.; A. P. Ilcnnett, Chi-
-cago; S. Michael. Copenhagen, Pen-
mark: W. II. Perkins, Chicago; James
McLean, San Francisco,
AT THt HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, April 19.
JnniCR McLean, San Prnnclsco.
SHOPPING NEWS .
A fountain jwn has bren lust. Sco
Ifclter balanced, rlchur, BOftcr pho
togrnphs with Cyco paper. Sold only
by Gurroy, Lldr Fort street nenr
: .Coitipletf lino of tho Yawmun &
i:fLe JllliijrtaDIiK'ts card Indexes and
omer nmcc luiior-snving iiovices ut Ha
waiian Nowa Co, t pays to bo sys
tematic. All Ibo newest spring and summer
styles In men's clothing made by the
fnmqus Hart Schnffiier &' Marx Co.
aro no- ready nt SIIva's Toggery.
King near Foil
Tho Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd.,
t'opreacntlng tho Pacific Surety Com
pany of California, Issues bonds of
overy character. It Is poor policy to
givo or accept personal Riirety.
There Is a lot of boots and slippers
for Indies In the wlndowa ut Mclncr
ny's'shoo storo on Fort street being
sold for a dollar a pair. They nro
great bargains and If your slzo Is
tbcro you had bettvr buy.
M. E. SIIva's rcsldqnco undertaking
parlors Is tho latest move In tho und
ertaking line, where families can bo
accommodated with sleeping quarters,
dlulng'room, kitchen and bathroom,
Call and Inspect. 34 Chaplain lane.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
PICTURES GIVEN AWAY AT
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER AFFORDED TO
THE LADIES OF HONOLULU
Commencing MONDAY MORNING, April 18, at eight
o'clock, with every Gh Purchase of $10 and over,
WE WILL GIVE AWAY ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
PARLOR OR DINING ROOM
FRAMED PICTURES 27 x 23
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE ' '
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
We have also red iced our prices on a creat many
lines, which should attract every Conservative House
keeper, A. Blom,
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
necessary in a bigbusiness, and
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An'os, $4 per hour Lewis' Stables.
Call on Mike Paton at tho Encoro
Saloon Tor n draft of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered tioussoaus and fancy
needlework. Mrs. II. Bell, 162 Hotel
Arctic soda. Ptiro fruit syrup. Lclt
head and Woodward, PhOoc SS7, 12G3
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit Jack Itoborts at the Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there,
Tho only soda works In town whoro
you can get Hires' Hoot Ilcer nnd Iron
Port, aUo have distilled water. Con
solidated Soda Water Works. Fob. 71.
Call nt tho show rooms nnd get
twenty-five Orecn Stumps free. Every
thing In tho show room is freo for
Green Stamps. Call today or any day.
Derctanla opposite Plro Station.
Wahllanl'nnd McCol lough havo bsen
matched to box at Jack McFaddon's
show, and tho articles wcro signed
up last night. Tho two lads debated
for n long tlmo about tho weight
question but finally an agreement was
coma to. The men will box straight
Qiieenxherry rules nnd tho winner will
Dick Sullivan' will go down to Iol
lchua tonight and lefcreo the boxing
contest between Friedman nnd Bar
conl. It Is possible that these two
boxers may bo engaged to battle It
out again nt McFadden's tournament
It nil depends on the kind of showing
they make tonight ut tho Cavalry bar
racks. BOY INJURED
At noon today n c)cllsU named Ah
.Ylm, who was traveling at n high rato
of speed around Ucrclanlu street Into
Illver, collided with hack No. 151.
which was driven by a Chlneso named
John Ynp. The cyclist was thrown to
the ground and tho corner of his mouth
cut open through striking, tho mud
guard of the hack.
The hackmnn was taken to tho po
lice station but the fault was so clear
ly the cyclist's, that no proceedings
beyond sending tho boy to tho hos
pital woro taken. Tho Chlneso hack
driver promised to pay for tho repair
ing of tho wheel and nlso to convey
tho lad to. tho hospital.
B AGO AG E
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
. GOING SOME
Claim To Have Sliced
The Matson Navigation liner Wll
helmlna was going some on tho way
down from 8un Francisco, according
to her ofllccts, who upon nrrlvnl hero
this morning declared that the vessel
cou-red tho trip down from tho coast
In five days, seventeen hours, which
according to (heir 8Uiementst Is thrco
hours better tlmo than that mudu by
the Pacific Mall llncr'Slbcrla.
Tho Wllhelmina brought about fifty
"Tho weather was exceedingly rou?h
n Kir I Ion of tho way," said Purser
Drew, "but the passengers did not
Bccm to mind the capers or Old vNop
tune." I Tho Wllhelmina brings approximate
ly Ihreo thousand tons of freight for
tho Islands. Of this amount four bun
dled tons will ho taken to Illlo. Tho
vessel Is expected to get away for tho
big Island port tomorrow evening nt
r, o'clock. Included in tho
cargo aro; seven automobiles, six be
ing for Honolulu and ono destined for
On deck there traveled thirteen
mules. If there Is such n thing as
111 luck In cortaln numbers, the four
footed .Mauds did nut especially suffer
froni'tho hoodooed combination. They
capered about tho deck after hclnt;
taken from their stalls and wero ap
parently nono the worso for tho trip.
Ninety-four sacks of later mainland
mall arrived by tho Wllhclmlnu.
1 WATERFRONT N0TE8
OWINO TO u shortogo of boatmen,
tho Inter-Island steamer Oarcadu was
considerably delayed. In taking on sug
ar at Walpio and other Hawaii jiorts.
The Cascado met with much rough
weather, and it is said that her boats
wcro InsuIUclcntly manned to get In
the shipments of sugar awaiting (be
Y.esscl at tho Island ports of call.
PURSEIt FltlEtK of tho steamer
Maunn Loa, arriving from Kona and
Kau ports this morning! reports tho
following sugar awaiting shipment on
tho windward of Hawaii: Honoapu
3108; l'unaluu, 11,819; Honokna. 14
000; Kukulhaelo 800"; Paauhau, 2300;
Pnaullo, C000; Kukalau. 14.84.
THE AMERICAN schooner Alice
Cooko, with a shipment of lumber
which left Port (lamblo twenty-eight
days ago, Is expected to urrtvo hero
dally . The vessel brings cargo to tho
local branch of Lowers & Cooke.
THE'SAILINO of the lnter-island
Btcamcr Hclcno for Mahukona nnd Ka.
walhae at 6 o'clock this evening Is an
nounced by the Inter-Island Steam
THE AMERICAN schooner 8, T.
Alexander, with a shipment nt lum
bor from Eureka, Is nut thirteen dajs.
Tho vessel Is bringing cargo to Alex
ander & Baldwin.
THE LITTLE cable station supply
scliooncr Flanrence Ward la reported
to havo sailed from Midway bound for
Honolulu seven days ago,
THE L1KEI.IKE will lenvo for Ho
nokaa and Kukulhaelo ut 6 o'clock
this evening. Tho vessel will return
with a shipment of cattlo.
THE PACIFIC AIL stoamer China
is scheduled to depart from San Frau
rlen for Honolulu and tho roast of
THE INTEIMSLAND tfimniftr No-
nin n nvnoctocl to sill for Knual ports
nt C o clock tills, evening, taking gen
will help to
THE PnniQIIT list of tho steamer
Maunn Loa, arrhlng from Kona and
Knit ports, Included 6465 sacks sugar:
IU BUWftl vwiito, o buwio hinfivi, AV
sacKH turo, 41 uuncnes oanauaa, iuuui
pineapples. 64 barrels oranges, a'
quantity of koa lumber nnd sundrlcd, '.4
The vessel arrived with n number of
cabin passengers. Hough wenther was
experienced In crpsslng tho channel.
THE AMEHCAN ship Edward Sow.
all, with sugar ballast, got away for
Illlo this morning. ,- Captain Quick
succeeded In gathering a crew of Jap
anese nnd Russians who will man his
ship during the long voyage aiound
tho Horn to Delaware Breakwater.
Tim vessel will tnko on a full shin-
metit of sugar at the nig Island port.
fl. SHIPMENT, of lumber consigned
to tho order of tho City Mill company
arrived this morning by .-the American,
schooner Alert. Tho vessel halls from
Grays Harbor nnd was twenty-flvo
days In making tho passago down from
HEAVY HA1NB nro reiortod,at Ha
niakun on Hnwall. Tho' steamer Mau
na Loa. arriving from Kona andiKaii
ports this morrng, urings reports o
lightshowers along tho Kau coast. Tin
schooner Ka Mol is loading sugar at
FnOM OHAY8 HAHllOR tho Amer
lean bark Albert Is proceeding, to Ho
nolulu with a shipment of lumber t'
the order of. tho City Mill Company.
Tho Albort saljod from tho Norl!,
const lumber port twenty-five days
THE A.-II. freighter Columbian tr
scheduled to sail for Sullna Cruz by
tho way of Kaanapnli, 'Kahulul and
Hllo on Thursday evening. Tho ves
sol will take on sugar ut tho Island
THERE IS a shipment of Australian
conl destined for Mnhukona by the
American barkrntlno Hawaii, which it
repotted to havo sailed from New
castle, N, 8. W., twenty-four days ago
THE AMERICAN bark Albert Is re
ported to havo departed from Napoo"
poo on Al" 18- 'r',ll Vessel recently
arrived with n shipment of lunibui
from tho norlhwo'su coatt.
THE MATSON uvlgatlou steamer
Liirllnc Is expected to nrrlvo at San
Francisco today, Tho vessel carrjed
n shipment of sugar and otnori Hawaii
an products, to the. coast.
nnnill AND PTTI.R niuitn.iin the
cargo brought, to (ho port by the steam-,
cr Nooau iirom , uuw.ui pyrin. v"u
damaged uuto also nrrlyed by tho
SUOAR to tho amount of 1436 sacks'
arrived by tho luler-lslund .stoamor.
i.'ltotlki. .The vessel met with rather
rough weather at (ho Hawaii iwrt'of
THE MAUI .arrived from Eleelo
with 7P30 sacks of sugar. Tho vessol
brought no passengers.
Molls are rue al Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yrhohamn Per AbIs, April 23.
Vuncouvor I'pr Mnrama, April 89.
Colonies Per Mukura, April 26.
Malls will depart forvtho follnwlot
points as follows:
San Pranclsco Novadan, Al'fll 19.
Colonies Per Marama, April 29,
Vancouver Per Makura, April 26.
Crook, from Honolulu for 'Manila,
March 1. ,
nix, due Honolulu April IB, '
Logan sailed from Manila April 14,
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manlln April 14.
Bheildnii, sailed from Honolulu for
Ban Prnnrlsen, April 12.
'.'For Sale" cards at-Uulletln..,,
P ' , :
I I . J. li
Tu'esday, April 19.
San. Francisco Wllhelmina, M. N.
8. S., S a. in.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Bimr., a. HI.
VE8SEL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Hoscbank, Dr. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. Olcnshlcl, llr. stmr.
Wednesday, April 20.
Kauai orts W. O. Hall. Btmr.
Thursday, April 21.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudinc.
Friday, April 22.
It 1 1 t... ..!. A-In
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' ; s- , ,
San Iranclsco Sierra O. S. S.
I 8aturday, April 23.
Illlo via way ports .Mnuna ucn,
Sunday, April 24,
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahal.i,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, April 25.
South American ports Mnnsliu
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Tuesday, April 26.
San Francisco China. P. M. S. S.
Australian ports via Suva Makura,
C. A. 8. 8.
Sallna Cruz, via San Francisco and
Seattle Alaskun. A.-H. S. 8. '
Wednesday, April 27.
Kauai ports W.,0. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, April 23.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudinc,
Friday, April 29.
Victoria aud Vancomcr Marama,
C.-A- 8. 8. ,
Bouth nnd Central American ports
Manshu Maru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, April 30.
Illlo via way ports Mauna Kta,
Monday, May 2.
San Francisco .Manchuria, P. M.
Por M. N. 8. 8. Wllhelmina, from
3nn Francisco, April 19. Mrs. a. Oelb,
Mrs.,11. .McKay. Mrs. K. A. Hurtiden.
Mr; nnd Mrs. C. Carpenter, Mr. and
Mrs. II. it. Taylor, Samuel Evans, Otto
Olscn. Geo. C. Ross nnd two children,
tho MIssoiDesmond, Mrs. Thompson,
W. II, Perkins, A. P. nennett, L. Per
Alison, Mrs. V,'nr;icr, Miss M. McShci--ry,
Mrs. I. II. I.utgen, Mrs. II. Kpenr,
Mrs. R, C. Jones, Chns. II, Colton, Mr,
ind Mrs, E, Homier and four children,
Mrs. A. C. McKcovor, Mr. Johnson,
Mrs. II. A. Frlend.-,Mr. and Mrs. P. II.
Damon. Mr. and Mrs. M. P Slssel. 8.
Michaels, E. C. Durkhardt, J, McClcan,
u. ii. waito.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. from Kona
'ml Knu ports. J. W. Doylo. A. J.
Tslte, Mrs. E. A. Ui IMorro, Mrs. T. C.
WMlo, J, W. ltonortson, J, II. Me.
Swanaon Miss A, Townsenil, C. A.
Hruns, E. Ilaneberg, Illshop Restar
Ick, I). Pae, ,Mrs. II. Mersberg.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED )
Per 0. S. 8. Sierra, for 8nn Prnncls
co, April 27. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stark, I),
D. Shiimway, Mrs. Shumway, Miss D,
,T. Pullaway. Miss Lewis. A. C. Suohl-
er, P. L. Hoogs, Capt. aud Mrs. A, E.
nnigm, Mrs. it. itoyiioids, i. Metier,
Mr, nnd Mrs. R, A. Ljou, Miss A.
Thompson. Miss A. C, Kinney, Mr. and
Mrs: C. W .Pendleton, R 1). King, D.
M. Warner, Mrs. Warner, A. D. Pope,
W. J. Bchultz, Mr. Schtiltz, J. H,
Ellis Chss. V. Upward, C. C. L. Mom
modioli, Mrs. H. Meyer, Mrs. T. E,
Walt. Mrs. J. E, Mervln, J, Flnnnlgan,
Mrs. H, II. Plotner, Mr. Dodd A. Her
bert. Mrs. Bentley. J. II. McKlnnon, M.
Dayfoot, Miss Dayfoot Mrs. A. W.
Rabhldgo, Mrs. C. II, Humphroy, Mr
nnd Mrs. W. J. Bchultz. Miss Scott,
Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mrs, W. C, Bailey,
Mr. and Mrs. E, C, Perrluo, N D.
Collins, Mrs. -J. Cunhn, Mrs Alice Pro!
tas, Miss S. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Woodbrldgc, Miss M. Illggnrt, J. J.
Sullivan. C. A. Ilriins 11. T. llrnmlleM.
Mrs, 15 Wood. A. K. Vlerrn. Mrs. Maj
or. JianVForRent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Monday. April 18,
Kauai ports Iwnlanl, stmr., 6 p.i.m.
Knual isjrts W. O. Hall, stmr.- S
Special cruise Thetis U. S.
1 )i. 111.
1 I Japan ports, Manila and Hongkong
Slborln I M. 8. 8.. 0 1). III. '
Tuosday, April 1&
Illlo via way ports Maunn Kca,
Illlo and Dclewaro UrciiKwalcr ,h.d-
wnrd Sewall, Am. sp., a. m.
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Tuesday, April 19.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
I Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahal.i,
stmr., 6 p. in.
Kauai jiorts Nocau stmr., 5 p. in'.
Honokna and Kukulhaelo Llkollk?,
st'-"-.. 5 p. m.
MnhuUnnn mill Knwnlh&o Helcuo.
, .....UU..W..H ..
stmr., b p. in
Wednesday. April 23. V
San Pranclsco Ncvadan. A.-II. S. 8.
6 p. 411.
Hllo Wllhelmina, M. N. 8. 8., 5;30
Thursday, April 21.
Kauai ports W. O. Mall, stmr.
Friday. April 22.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Saturday, April, 23.
San Francisco ABln. P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, April 25.
Knunl porta Noeau, stmr.
.Tuesday, April 26.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Koa,
Jnpan ports nnd Hongkong China
P. M. 8. S.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong China,
P. M. S. 8.
Victoria and Vancouver MakuraC.
A. 8. S.
Knual ports-rKlnau, sUnr.
Wednesday, April 27. A ''
San Francisco Wllhelmina, M,N.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8,
Friday, April 29. , ,
' Australian ports via Suva Marama,
C. A. S. 8.
Saturday, April 30.
Japan portB and Hongkong Manshu
Maru, Jup, Blror.
Monday, May 2. ,
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M, 8. 8.
-"-i : 1 1,
Per M. N. 8 3. Wllhelmina for Ban
Francisco, April 27 Mrs.' M. M.-Mooro
nnd child, Miss Mooro, Mrs. Pi Lysor
and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. A. II,
Tarlctun unif children. Dr. J. Bcattle,
J. D. Kendall,' Mrs. Wi W. Chllholni,
Mrs, Rcattlo. Mrs. P. D. Angus, Miss
E A. Stono, P. L. Hoogs. Mrs. P, M.
niako, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. O. Mall, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E, Thununoll, Mrs, Plor
ence llauham. Miss A. 8. Pnrker,vMlBS
Dletz, Miss T. niackburn. Miss Hello
Johnson, Mr, and Mrs, T, P. Williams,
Mrs. Johnnsen, A. P., Johanson. Mrs.
E. J. Wnterhoiiro and child Mrs. T. C.
Smith and child, Mrs. O. II. Williams,
Master Williams, II, P. Payo.and fam
ily, Mia? Grace Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Aloxandcr, T. A. Clnrko, 8. O.
.Wilder, Mrs. Zcazo, Mrs. J, M, Lovy,
.Miss P. G, RobertB, Mrs. L. L. La
Pierre Miss M. Schnnn, 8. D. BarlQw,
R.,D. King, Mrs. J. J, Csroy. Mrs. C.,B.
Ilofgaard, Q. II, Angus, Mrs. G. ,11.
Arigus, K A. Davis. W. C. Parko. Mr.
and Mrs. Chns. Ohmor, Mrs. 8. Q.
Wilder, Mrs. A. T, Atkinson. Mr. nnd
Mrs, .1. A. Wilder, Mrs. G P. Castle,
Mrs. M. E, Tenney. MrB. N. E. Jordan,
Mrs, G. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs..P, L.
Waldron, Miss F M. Dayfoot, Mrs."4J.
11. Dayfoot, Mr. and Mrs, O. Vf. Pea
voy. Por stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo via
way ports, April 19. W. McMurrsy,
W. G. Hall. Mrs. A. Mason. -Miss ,K.
hWlght, W. Luntz, Mr. .Unger. J.
Schwartz, Dr. Hoffmann, W. R. Cas
tle, Miss Sewall. Mis Cbrlsfman. Mrs.
A. a, Curtis. C."M. Thurston, C. II.
Mlu, J. W. WuJman,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knual ports,
April 19. J. P. Cooko, .11. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. W.J1. Rico, Miss Emily Rico.