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"AWMAN & ERBE FILING CABINETS and OFFICE LABOR-
make a small business big.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular "
Hawaiian Frst Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regular, 5 p. m,
Roe Croix Postponed.
'Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu Second Degree.
All visiting members of trie
Order arc cordially Invited to
attond meeting? of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Mondays v of
each ' month
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EHGINEEBS' SSer Auo-
KJtNtrlCIAL ASVSIAJNJH. ciatiom
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at"
7:30 In I O. O. P. Hall, Tort Streot.
K. II. HENDRY, Secretary. I
II U. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
Invite 1 " I
Ik'' OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P;
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening ut 7:30 in K. of P. Hall.
corner I'ort and Berctanla. Visiting
'hi others cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. 1 IIHINE, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G. I). P. p.
Elks, mectB In their hall, on King
Slieet, near Fort, every Friday evon
Ingi Visiting Drotlieis are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. BASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thura
days of each month at Knights of
Pythln Hall. Visiting brothels cor
dially Invited to attend.
, P HiaGINS, 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
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro invited to at
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. O. McCOY, Sec.
McKINLEY LODGE NO.
' K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Ilcrotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to ut
tond. H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. R. 8.
Chas. R. Frazier
hon rt71 198 Ki S
"2jjrD0i:L"EriN AD9 PAY-5rrf
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Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building. ' ' !" '
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Wednesday, April 23.
U A Do Ow Wnliluwit. I)r II
'low. J. d Wlllmliir'na I' IIiiIIim Ii.
Wednesday, April 20.
Dolllver. Wnhlnwn, L R
RAPID TRANSIT TQ
Superintendent nf Public Work.?
Mnrston Campbell bus notified the
nicnilit-rH of tlio City and County l)n.in
of Snporvlsora tlujt ho liaa npprnid
of the plans nf the Honolulu Itnplil
Transit Company for llu ronioval nf
their old track on lluli-l htrt-et bo-
(ween AJaiinl and 1U(Ii.ih1k ntr
more ccntnil portloirof ilu- sir
reel to n
iioriioirnr ilu- Ktrceh Tho
stret car company has nisei been
granted permission to extend I lie cap
Itol snitch to etifilclent length to per
mit the jiasInK of seeral cars. This
work Is preparatory tn tli installation
of a tcn-inlmiltf Kervico m Hotel Htrcet
-GTAD HAND TO THE EDITORS.
,uJr-JowplT.I. I'tii has nskeil tho
fit) nnd rniiuly KUporvlvorx to oxtvnd
Uf JSUiu unnit ot rcllowHiiip to lln
BTB-IJU fit "uT: tfiur National Elllorlnl As-
soclatlon, ifli organization madu up of
newspaper men mainly drawn from
tho smaller .dallies and weekly news-uaperi-ot-llitSlites.
.ho will hold
SBcQ; noil ccnveritlon on tho Pacific
coaer, anil iirnpmp maKlns n trip to
Hawaii Konio time iluriiiK January or
Kohruurj of next jear.
Tho- matter was brought to Ills
Honor'B attention through tho Pro
motion Committee, The city fnthcrs
have voted to extend a welcome to tho
The following wireless Iiiih been ro
celved by tho agents fiom tho S. 8.
'April 10, 1910. 8 p. m 1220 miles
from light i-hlp. Light northerly
breezci Kinootli sea, clci'r weather
Uar. 80.44; ttcmpJraturo no. All well,
Sierra linn 49 cabin 'G steerage and
1780 tons cargo, 101 sucks mall and
"Wetls Fargo express.
PICTURES ' GIVEN AWAY AT
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER AFFORDED TO
THE LADIES OF HONOLULU
Commencinc MONDAY MORNING, Aoril 18, at eifiht
o'clock, with every Cash 'Purcliase of ?10'and over,
WE WILX GIVE AWAY ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
PARLOR OR DDIING ROOM
FRAMED PICTURES 27 x 23
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE
SEE OUa WINDOW DISPLAY
We have also red iced our prices on a creat many
lines, which should attract every Conservative House
keeper. Ac Blom,
Fort Street, opp.!'Catholic Church
. r f
necessary in a big business, and
Eveiy rifo'dern devi'ce in this
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Atros, $4 per fiour, Low Is' Stables.
Kill Ii tali setter puppies for sale
Seo Now Tola)
Telephone CM In have Laundrv
cplled for and dellwrpil ipilrk.
Call on Mlkn Patnu at tho Eucorn
Saloon Tor n diafl ot I'resh but 1 1 r
mllk. Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mr. II. Iiell. 1C2 Hdtol
Arctic sndn. I'nro frnlt syrup. U'lt
hclul nnd Woodward, I'lituiu 'C37, 1203
De a Dootttr for Hawaii and attend
I the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit JtTck Roberts at tho Kentucky
! Saloon when jou want liquid rofrcsh
! ment. You will get good goods and
I courteous treatment there,
The only soda works In town whero
you can get Hires' Root Ileer and Iron
Tort, nlso have distilled water. Con
soUilnli'il Soda Water Works. Feb. 71
Call nt the eliow rooms niid get
twcnty-llvi' (Irccn Klami h Irc. , Every
thing In the show iciom IS fron for
(Irccn Stamps. Call today or ally day.
llerctanln nppnslto Uro Station.
AT FERN PARK
Tho Hnwull.-m baud will render; an
appioprlato program at tho .formal
opinlng-ot I"erp Piirk.vKallhl.
The iilfifl jr of tlio'iitlf'nil men of tho
torrltdrfal-luuidclnnK nt" thc-'niienliig
of the new K;tlllil breathing spit, was
brought Mirbt tho recent meetln? ol
tho City nnd Count) Supervisor,
Major 1'crn fhmi whom tho park
has received Its name, has appointed
April 24 us the duto at which tho
plc.muru ground will bo thrown open
to the public.
This morjilng' at.tcn o'clock tlio dcail
body of Mrs. K. Kanlkalu was found
In her house on Kalakam nvenuo, The
woman had cldcntly been dead for
fovoral da)s und Iho cause of death
Mrs. Knalkala hnd been suffering
from the dlseaso for a long time nnd
ns hlio had not been tccn moving
around her home for days, n Chlm
man IMtod the house und was hor
rified to find tlio body rn a bt'd.
No Inquest Is deemed necessary an
death was plainly ciused by consump
tion, nnd Coroner ltoso luut dispensed
with nn enquiry. Tho woman lived
nlono In a cottago near the oxpert
mentul heo station.
HONOLULU;7?. H.. VfEbSt&MMEwiKoTW 7 "$
" l ' Ciiy Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
You will inpl Hie wireless u gie.-u
nrRlKliincc to you hi business trans
actions on the oilier Islands. On Hun
day mornings llio ulllcj Ii Open finn
8 until in
The tobacco i grown 1" Ihe Viicll:
Abajo district of Cuba Is the klnx ol
all tobaccos In the world. Van I))ct
quality clgurs nie node of Vuelta
For child! en. New ankle strap
pnmps ut Manufacturer' Shoe Co.
I'iett styled nnd comfortable rhnpss
make them extremely popular. MIshcs
kIzch Ji.r.u, clilld'H Sizes, 12,
Call nt A. II, Arlolt-h & Co.-, Hotel
stiect, and sou tlio fine stock of Wnt
irmnu's Ideal Foumalit pens. Komi
tnln pens reimlruil ami nil work guar
anteed Hotel street oppostto Union.
Nothing Is iiuytuielrcHlilog tlinn n
gtod Kl.u.s of hour If It Is surwd nt
the iiioper temperature. You will find
tho bast bear sonul In Just tho right
way at tho Criterion, corner Hotel nnd
Men with it wide field nf observation
urge n sntlug account for exory per
son, with regular nnd systematic ntldt-
HmiU Tnlftl lllti, mlllr... find imnn nli
-f.". ...... .,...k. .,,... iiiiv.i.uii
ucvoiiut toilii) will) l)m Hank of Ia-i
family nrdciH lor wood and cnnl nro
gly'cn special attention hy Honolulu
CoKstrucllon & Drayhu Co The best
gi.nles of wood nnd co.il pro carefully1
silcclcd nnd snllsfactlou Is nssured.
In automobile pnlnllng only the moat
skilled workmen kIioiiM bo eniployej
nnd the uoik should be dnno In dust
luoof rooms. The W. W Wilght &
Co., 'Ltd., have tho diist-proof rooms
und only skilled palmers nre em
plo)cd. Decorc Is a beautiful now finish
that will glvo a richly tinted gloss
finish In perfect Imitation of nny sel
ected iintmul wood. Apply It to
chairs, iloois, furniture, wlckerwnre,
etc., nnd it will make marred un.l
tcratched pieces look like new. Sold
by Lowers & Cooke, Ltd.
There were (two Interesting -boxing
bouts nt Lellchiia Inst night, und n
big crowd nfi tha C.iynlry boys nU
tcmled tlio lights. Dick Sullivan
traveled down to Scholleld lliu nicks
and acted as lefcica for both
The picllmlnury wfis n tlve-rnund
go between two of tho wililleru, and
after Mima exciting boxing it was
called fi draw. Then the ninlh
event, between Snrconl and I'reld
mai., was staged, and for fifteen
willing lounds tho two boys battled
It out In great 'utile,
For tho 111 st fcvcu i minds honors
were oven, iilthougli both men were
fl&hting IIKa demons. Snrconl
adopted n croiuh, while Freldman
btood moiQ erect. The men mado
the bout lloico from the very start.
and no one thought that the boxers
would both bo on their feet nt tho
end of the matrh,
Frcldmnii took u decided lend In
tho eleventh lounil, nnd added to
lila points ns tho end approached, In
the fourteenth rouml both men wero
cut about tho face, hut still battled-
along u gamo fashion.
Refereo Sullivan's decision was n
good one, us Freldman cnrrled tho
f.ght to Sarconi 'from tho eighth
round on. Fieidmnn hns Improved
a lot since Iho lime Unit he wis
knorked outTiKWnhllaiil, und ho and
"Young Ohiim" may bo nintcliei( to
box at McFn'ddou'a show In a couplq
of weeks' time. J
A. 4wW . tste,
will help to
line can be
ACCORDING; to Manager Jcssiip
of the united wireless Company, tho,
Pacific Mull liner Siberia has the.
nlost powerful long-distance who-
less nppunliu run led by any liter
chniitninii (n Ihe win hi. The Sibe
ria, hcfiu-n going In M'li htld been til
conimiinlrntlnu with l.ns Angeles
and oilier points ulong the eoa4t.
ihe operator nt 1.oh Angeles uh;
louuclng that the Siberia's dntH and
Jnshes the previous night had been
louder and more distinct than an)';
he had cer received at such a (lis
tance. Ilotli the l.ve-kilowatt and
Hid auxiliary on-kllowntt apparatus
were iifd In t.ilklhg with Los An -
ge.es. Tim Siberia's wireless s
housed on Hie bridge deck, nnd Is
In charge of J. V. Wnld ns onciatm-.
THE WEI.IKNOWN schooner Dora
Illnliin, which was chartered for a sal
vage expedition to the wrecked steam
er Indjnna nt Mngdalcna Hay, Is re
potted to luno lelt thcro nbout March
18 for Bun Francisco. It Is" nlso re
ported tthat she hns- n full cargo of!
plunder from the wreck. The Indiana
was a Pacific Mall boat on the-I'anr
ma run And went down last yoar pi
tho iockb or point Tosca. i
.irllE CHARTER .entered Into be
tweeo tlies Aiiierlcan-Hawallan line
which Is bulldlng.Mlie new passeng'e
and Ticight steamer Itonolulan an
the Mntson Navigation Company, I
roporled wilt tovcr n period of flv
.U'nrs; The Mntson Company tuk i
over ,lhe Ilonolulan upon cnmpletloi
of jtlie vessol ut the Eastern shipyard)
IT IS EXPECTED that the Amorl
can schooner 'llnlboa which arrived a
Honolulu on, April 'Cth with a full ship
ment of lumber, wll be .ready for se
tomorrow, Iho Vessel Is scheduled ti
sail for llllo, there to load n cargo g
sugar for San Francisco.
H IIAQKrELD & CO, expect tin
nrilval of the Pacific Mall nteamo
Asia at Honaliilu on Friday, Thl
vessel Is bringing 050 tons of Orlentn
cargo and will tnko a few lay-ove,
passengers, fiohi this pott bound fo
Sun FiancUco. , ,
THE -UEPAHTURE of tho Paclfl
Mull llntr Chlni floni San Franclsc
Is ieiortcd, The Vessel Is bound fo
tho'Orfent' by' tho Way of Honoluli
and sallc.l from tho coat iort at '
o'clock )estcrday ufternoon.
THE ARItlVAL'of tho Nnrweglar
ftolghter iltygja nt -Portland, Oregor
Is reported on hist Siiiul ly. The ves
sel left licio about ten d'jysngn will
a shipment of general mcichaudlsi
f i oin the Orient.
AFTKIt HAVINO discharged n ship
ment of liimbcr nt the port, the Anier
lean schooner II. IVIlendlxten was dis
patched for tho north Pacific Coa
jestcrday afternoon. The vessel (.alio
In ballast. .
CARRYING transhipped cargo fron
San rmnclsro for Honolulu tho Mat
son Navigation charteie.l fielghtei
Ilyudes In lepmled to hftvo arrived a'
ACCOnDINO to n cablo receiver
here tho Canadian-Australian lino
.Mrkur.i, from Australian ports for Ho
nolillu and Victoria has left Suvai
THE AMERICAN tanker Rosecrnn
Is r'poited lo liavo arrived -nt Gavlnp
after liiivlngMlschtirgcd a uhlpment o
fuel nil at Kuiinauull,
THE AMEIHCAN schoanor'Murlo!
riom San FranclBCo with gcncr.ll car
go, is' reported ns having arrhfcd a
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Wednetday, April 20, .
POUT SAN-LUIS Sailed .April 19:
H. S San'a Illtn, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCIROO Arrived April 20
II. R. A. T Sheridan hence April 12
Ilklno.iS. 0. Wilder, from Mahukona
1IILO Sailed April 18:
S, B, Mlssoiirlan, for Sallua Cruz.
'vv.'flMh neii. jst
- ., '" f ',
i s i .
ARRiVEO V I Ti DEPARTED "
. ij. I J '
Tuesday, April 19.
-Alice Cooke, schr.,
Wednesday, April 20.
Kuu.nl ports W. (I, Hull, stiiir., n. m.
VE8SELS TO ARRIVE
Not folk, Vn. Ilosrhank, Ilr. stmr.
. Noifolk, Vn. tlleiishlcl. Ilr. sinir.
Thursday, April 21.
Hawaii nnd Maul tmrts Clamllne.
Friday, April 22.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Asia,
P. SI. S. S.
San Francisco Sierra d. S. S.
Saturday, April 23.
; "Ilo Iit way iortB Manna Ken,
Sunday, April 24.
'.Maul nnd Molokal ports .Mlkahala,
Kuual ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday. 'April 25.
South .American isnts
Maui .111 it' Bllnr. . .
TiisdaVrtApriL? j a
San I'rnnclsco China.-P M. S. a.
Austrnllan iorts via Suva Makura,
' c. A. S, S.
Sallna Cruz, via San Francisco and
leattle Alaskim, A.-II. S. S,
Wednetday, April 27.
Kniial ports V. O. Hall, stmr.
' ' Thursday, April 23.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudliio,
Victoria and Valicouver Mnranm.
3.-A, S. S,
South nnd Central American ports
.lanslm Mnru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday; April 30.
Hllo via way ports Manna Ken,
Monday, May 2.
San Francisco Manchuria, p. M.
Mills aro rie at
iolnts as follows: -
Ian Francisco Per Sierra. April 22.
'okohninn Per Asia, April 22.
nncouver Per Mnrnma, April 29.
Tolonles Per Makurn, April 20.
'Mnlls will depart for the following
lints as follows: '
Inn rranclsco Novndaii April, 20.
okohama Per China, April 2fi.
Jotonlcs Per Maramn, April 29.
ancomcr rer Mnkura, April 20.
(TRANSPORT 8ERVICE. I
drools, from Honolulu for Manila
March 1.1 ,
"Mx, duo Honolulu April 20.
xigan sailed from Manila April 14.
jhermnn, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila April 14.
Sheridan, Balled fiom Honolulu for
Sany'rnnclseo, April 12.
Per O. 8. 8, Sierra, for San Francis
'O, April 27. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stark, D.
O. Bhtiniwny, Mrs. Shumway, Miss D.
T. Fullawny, Miss Lewis, A. C. Spnhl
ir, F. L. Hoogs, Capt. and Mrs. A. E.
'nlghl, Mrs. It. Reynolds P. Metzor,
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. A. Lyon, Miss A.
Thompson Miss A. O. Kinney, Mr, and
Mrs. C.SV .Pendleton, R D. King, D.
M. Warner. Mrs. Warner, A. D. Popo.
W. J. Schullz, Mr. .Schultz, J. H.
'Jills Chas, V. Howard, C. C L. Mom
medlou, Mrs. 11. Meyer, Mrs. T. ,E.
Walt Mrs, .1. E, Mcrvln, J. Flannlgan,
Mrs. R, II. Plolner, Mr. Dodcl A. Her
'icrt. Mrs. Rentlcy. J. II, McKlnnon, M.
On) foot, Miss Duyfpot Mrs. A. W
'labbldgo; Mrs. C. H. Humphrey, Mr.
iinl Mrs, W J. Srhultz Miss Scott,
Mrs. M M Scott, Mrs, W C, Rtllov
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Perrlno N ,D.
Collins, Mrs. J, Cunha, Mrs Alice Frel
tas. Miss S, Pratt, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. It.
Woodbrldgo, Miss M. Hlggart, J. I.
Sullivan, C, A, nrnns n. T, Uromfleld,
Mrs. E, Wood, A. K. VIerra, Mrs, May
er. 185 editorial rooms 25ft bm.
ness office. These are the telephono
number of the Bulletin office.
' -- ,ii .jlo Xs-tlltMt
Tuesday, April '19.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., S p. m.
J Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
otmr., 5 p. m.
Maul portB Nocnu slnir., S p. m.
Hawaii potts Kcauhoii, stmr,, S
llnwnll ports Lllccllke, Rlmr.; . 5
I VESSELS TO DEPART I
Wednesday, April 20. u '
San Francisco Nevndan, A.-H. S! S.
S p. m.
' Hllo Wllhelmlna, M. N. S. 3.,vB:30
i p. m. , v';
Thursday, April 21,
Kauai ports W. a. Hall, stmr., 6
p. m. ti
Friday, April 22. .
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Saturday, April 23, ,
San Francisco Asia. P.M. S. S.
Monday, April 25.
Kauai ports Noeaii, stmr. , ,
y Tuesday; April 23. ,
llllo via "way iHirts-rManna Kca.
I Japan ports and Hongkong China
P. M. S. S.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong China,
P. M. S. 8.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Makurn, C.
A. S. S. v
Kniial ports Klnau, Btmr. ;
Wednesday, April 27.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S. '
Friday, April 29.
Australian ports via Suva Maramn,
C. A. S. S. t
Saturday, April 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Manshn
Mnru, Jap, stmr.
Monday, May 2,
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia. P. M. S. 8.
PAS8ENGER8 DEPARTED ,'
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Hllo via
way ports, April 19, Wi ,McMurny.
W. G. Hall, Mrs. A. Mason, 'Miss K.
Wight, W. Luntz. Mr, Unger, J.
Schwartz, Dr. Hoffmann, W. R. Cas
tle, Miss Sewall, MIs'Chtlstman, Mrs.
A. G, Curtis, C. II. Thurston, C. II.
Mill, J. W. Wndmnn.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports.
April 19. J. P. Cooke, II. P. Baldwin.
Mrs. W. II. Rice, Miss Emily Rico.
Per A.-H. 8. 8. Novadaii, foV'Ban
Francisco. April 20. J(r. nnd Mrs. T.
Palmer, Mrs. Cantln, Miss Cantln.
Muster Cantln, Mr. and Mrs. II. U.
Mariner, Gcorgo II. Robertson, It, 8.
Deorlng nnd It. F Wnrd.
Per M. N. '8. 8. Wllhelmlna for Ban
Francisco, April 27 Mrs. M. M. Mooro
and child, Miss Moore, Mrs. F. Lyser
nnd 2 children. Mr. nnd Mrtf. A. II.
Tnrleton nrtd children, Dr. J. Ilenttle,
J. D Kendall, Mrs. "V. W. Chllholm.
Mrs. Deattle, Mrs. F. B. Angus, Miss
E A. Btnno, F. h. Hoogs, Mrs. P. M.
Hlnko, Mr, nnd Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mr.
and Mrs, A, E. Tliummoll. Mrs. Flor
ence Ilanham, Miss A. 8. Parker, Miss
Dk(z, Miss T. Blackburn, Miss Bella
Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. T. F. Williams,
Mrs. Johnnsen, A .B. JohaiiBen. MrBs
E..J, Waterhouso and child Mrs, T, U.
Smith and child, Mrs. O. B. Wllllr.ms.
Master Williams. H, P. Fayo nnd Tarn
lly, Miss Grace Cooko, Mr. ,onO Mrs.
W. D. Aloxander, T. A. Clarko, 8, O,
Wilder, Mrs, Zcazo, Mrs. J. M, Levy,
Miss IV O, Roberts, Mrs. L. L.I.
Plerro Miss M. Sclinon, 8, D. Rar)ow,
It. D.'KIng, Mrs. J. J, Carey, Mrs. O. il.
Hofgaard. vO. H. Angus. Mrs. O. H.
Angus, H . navlB. W. C. Parke. iMr.
and Mrs. Chas. Ohmer, Mrs. fc o.
Wilder) Mrs. A. T. rAtklnson. Mr. 'ami
Mrs. J, A. Wilder, Mrs, OP. Castlo.
Mis, m, E. Tenney, Mrs. N, R. Jordan,
Mrs, 0. Murphy Mr. and Mrs F, L.
Woldron, Miss F. M. Dayfoot, Mrs J.
n. I)ayfoot,'Mr. and Mrs.' a, W. Pea
vey. Wise men make hnsto but never
hlVfc 1 iliiiMliii'iniiitiiiVfi riiii