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HVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. I!., miDAY, APR, 22, 1910.
"AWMAN & ERBE FILING CABINETS and OFFICE LABOR-
make a small business big. Every modern" device in this line csin be'
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Jugular
Hawaiian Frit Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regular, 5 p, m.
Roto Croix Postponed.
Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu 8eeond Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
".-iiimiir f-unitirpift JUCiuuciB ui
sjHninc cneintcny otncr A,s0.
, dull; invited.
j HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
1 Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In 1. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Streot.
I 13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
I J II. 13. McCOY, Noble drand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
I fc?. mB
piOAHII I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
J Meets ocry first and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In 1C of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
biothcrs cordially Invited to uttend.
WM. JONES, C. O.
0. P HEINE, K. B. S,
HONOLULU LODGE Glfl. B. V. 0. E.
4 ' Honolulu Lodge No. 610, B. V. O.
jElke, meets in their hall, on Klni;
iJstreot, near Fort, every Friday oven-
Hiins. vibiimg urotners aro coruinuy
Invited to attend.
13 A. DOUTHITT. 13. II.
II C. L'ASTON, Bec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
I Meets over) first and third Thurs-
fcjdays of uach month at Knights ot
MPythlBR Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Mulally Invited' to attend.
I. H1GQINS, Sachem.
H. V. TODl), C. of It.
rvH0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
I; Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
17:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hnll, corner
I'flDerctanla and Fort streets.
f Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
w. n. niLEr. w. p.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
WM. MoXINLEY I0DQE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Snturdnv
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
JIIall, cor. Tort and Ucretnnla. Visit
ling brothors cordially Invited to ut-
I'i H. A. TAYLOIl, C. C.
E. A. JACO"HON, K H. 8
Chas. R. Frazier
, rpDR .APYEKTIRER
..,.., 171 192 Vl-v Kt
WE HAVE WITH IIS
AT THE YOUNO.
Friday, April 22.
J A Rcniicpon Knhnlul. I Kirk.
palrlck, Chicago, F Allen San Fran-'
cleco; Mrs. V 13 Jnckvon, San Fran
cisco; Mr. and MrH O It. Scott, La
Crossu. Wis , Mrs. M. B. Coombs, S.
S. Sierra; Captain R Dabol, Crockett.
AT THC HAWAIIAN.
Friday, April 22.
Mrs O. 13. M. Wilson. Los Angeles:
Miss A. V. Milts. Log Angeles: A. M.
Howe. San Francisco; Miss C. Thomi
son, San FranclBco; Mrs. W. 13. Jack
son, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. L.
Ilowe, Now York City; Mr. and Mrs.
Cressnty, Pasadena Cal.
Nothing so chonce for tho table as
Nlcello Olho Oil Ask jour grocer
iorlt - - .
: John.KotJ. 'Iho Pioneer Plumber,"
is prepared to no piummng ana nn
smithing of nil kinds. New location
coiner Merchant and Alakca
Itemembor (tin "KutvdlclB' nt Ivamo-
hnmcha School for (Jlrls, Saturday,
. ..,, AX . n 1.1 , 1 Fit
Alril 4, IU O II. Ill jUUll&aiuu uv
centB. TIcketH on n.ilo at Wall, Nlch-
ols, King street
THUIti: IS a big cargo for Honolulu
on board tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Alnsknn duo to nrrivo from
Pugct Sound polls on Afrll 27. In
this shipment thero Is Included 1,195
ctls barley, 11250 lbs middlings, 30
bales hay, 1,000 libhf crudo oil, 50 cs
and 15 drums kerosene, ISO drum's dis
tillate, 105 drums 'and f0 cs gasollno,
40 bbls and 77 cs oils, 7i pkgs pnln'.s,
220 cs snap, 'J cs clgais, 435 415 lbs
tin plate. , " '
Furnlsbod cottage or largo room
with board, by refined couple.
Slnte forms. Address "Until," this
PICTURES GIVEN AWAY AT
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER AFFORDED TO
THE IA0IE3 OF HONOLULU
CommencinR MONDAY MORNING, Aoril 18, at eight
o'clock, with every Cuh Purchase of $10 and over, x
WE WILL GIVE AWAY ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
PARLOR OR DINING ROOM
FRAMED PICTURES 27 x 23
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE
SEE 0U1 WINDOW DISPLAY
Wc have alio red iced our prices on a (treat many
lines, which should attract, every Conservative House
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Clnirch
necessary in a big business, and
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour, Low Is' Stables.
Telephone! 603 to hao Laundry
called for and dclhcrcd quick.
Call on Mlko 1'aton at the Encore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
Embroidered tiousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mrb. 11. Dell, Hi Iloioi
Arctic soda. Pure fruit syrup. Lclt'
head and Woodward, Phono 557. 1263
Tho Honolulu Times for May ap
peared this morning, rcpleto with
new 8 of tho day.
It 5011 want a good job dono on nn
mi to or carriage, tako It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co , 427 Quoon St.
Be a Dooster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit Jack Roberts at tho Kentucky
Snloon when you wnnt liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment thcro.
There will bo n meeting of tho Ath
letic league lit Kalulanl school on
Monday nt 1 p. m. to promote tho Ath
letic Lcaguo In thnt school.
Tho only soda works In town whero
ou con get Hires" noot llccr and Iron
Port also have distilled wator. Con
solidated Soda Water Works. Feb. 71.
Call nt tho show rooms and get
twenty fledrecn Stamps freo. Every-
thine In Ihn show room Is freo for
tiling f in tho 'ow room "qo lor
Orecn Stamps. Call today or any day.
o suro and get jour tickets for
the trans-PacInc jncht race entor-
tnlnmcnt nt tho Emplro Theator on
Tuesday evening. For snlo nt Mc
Inerny Shoo Store.
Circuit Judgo Cooiior this morning
Imposed a flno of $1,000 upon Lnu
Chong, the Chinese convicted of nn
assault upon h fellow countrjmnn
whom he attempted to murder. If Lau
Chong cannot pay tho flno ho will hnvo
i tho alternative of mending a thouS'
'...! .... In Inll
and de a In Jail.
Peter Fernandez, who was charged
with drunkenness, was given a sus
pended sentenco of thirteen months
nt tho Pollco Court this- morning. An
other man who is scared that tho sal
oons aro going to close up, also accu
mulated a full head ot beer last night.
Ho, too, was ghon thirteen months'
Six persons three wahlhcs nnd
threo men w-ore arrested In tho Nuu
aim cemetery jestordny afternoon nnd
tnken to tho pollco station In tho pat
rol wagon. Tho bunch was alleged to
havo been kicking up a tcrriblo row
among tho tomb stones, and a neigh
bor complained. All tho charges wcro
stricken from tho calendar this morn
ing at tho Pollco Court.
3tr"Por Rent" cards on sale
the Bulletin, office.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
THE FILIPINO on board tho United
States nrmv trnnsnorl Dlx now din-
cl!!l,rK,l"K. C0H' '" V". 'l' "riU, Hal1
will bo transhipped to the cable ro
pair ship Uurnsldu now stationed on
tho Sound Tho Dlx Is tranvpirtlng
a few of the I.lttlu Brown Diolhcrs
who nro dcclnred to mako first rale
seamen. Theso will bo turned ocr
to tho UuriiBtdo iixn nrrUnl of tho
Dlx at Seattle on or about May 10th
According to n policy laid down by
Taft some months ago, the Filipinos
wcro ordered glon a preference In
tho manlng of Its steamers, otcr tho
Chinese or Japanese. This rule has
been moro or loss ohxcncil through
out tho Philippines coastwiFu service.
imiNdlNO 5315 tons of Pocahontns
coal consigned ;to (lie United States
naval station nt this port, tho Drills!,
freighter uicnsntei nas ornvcu niter
n sixty-three da passago from New
port News, Va., by tho way of Cope
Horn. The Olcnshlcl Is one of sev
eral cksc1s which hnvo been placed
"nu" charter by tho .United States
' fiovernment to bring cargoes of coal
( , tuon Tho VC81lol
hn. bccn n( Uu No x Navn,
'Wharf. She will remain at tho port
f0r ,,, ,layg or t0 weeks to dls-
TIIIU3E THOUSAND tons of sill
nhato of nmmonln itfcd In tho prepar
ation of fertilizer, hno arrived at Ho
nolulu by tho Italian ship Nlnfa. This
vessel halts fioni Colnna. Poru. and
has been since February 4th In mak
ing tho passago to tho Hawaiian Is
lands. Tho Hawaiian Fertilizer Com-
pan Is looking nfter tho Interests of
tho csrc1 during her s'ny at tho port.
Captain Marcsco Is master of tho ves
THE PACIFIC MAIL steamship
China Ih duo to arrive from San Fran
cisco a day ahead of regular schedule
according to tho latest advices receiv
ed at the agonc) or II. Hackfcld and
Company. Tho vessel Is oxptcted hero
on Monday morning and In event of
hor arrlal at this time, tho Cnlm
will be dispatched for Japan ports nnd
Hongkong tho evening of tho same
THE DEPARTURE of , tho Ilrltlsh
freighter Strathgyle with a shipment
ot nearly fhe thousand tons of coal
destined for Honolulu is reported from
Newcastle. N. 8. W. Tho fact that
a IlritlKh freighter has succeeded in
clearing the Australian coal port
shows conclusively that Iho great
Btriko participated In by tho coal op
erators hns been brought to a close,
THE' MAT80N Navigation stoamor
Wllholmlnj and the Oceanic stoam
ship 8lorra scheduled to salt for Ban
Francisco on next Wednesday "will
leave hero with fair sized lists of pas-
Etngers hut they will not bo booked
to thu limit by any moans. Thoro Ib
nlenlv of room for all annllcanU. A
largo quantity of sugar will be ship
ped to tho coast by the vessels,
THERE 18 A possibility that tho
Pacific Mall Intormcdlato steamer
Asia with about seven hundred tonB
of Oriental freight may bo dolaod In
arrival at (ho port through strecs of
weather. Tho Asia, undor ordinary
conditions should havo reached tho
quarantine this morning, Tho vossl
may have met wl,th tho storny which
detained tho transport Dlx.
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner China,
which Is oxpettcd to arrive from Ban
Francisco on Monday morning, will go
to tho Channel Wharf as Is tho usual
practice in tho case of this vossel.
Tho China will receive a prompt dis
patch through tho agoncy of H. Hack
feld & Company and whilo ut tho port
will lake on a bhlpment ot coal.
THE SIBERIA of tho .Pacific Mall
lino, now onrouto to Japan ports nnd
Hongkong wnB 1139 miles off (ho port
of Honolulu nt eight o'clock Inst ocm
lug, Smooth sens nnd flno -wenther
prevailed nt the tlmo of sondlng- tho
t , .. . , .
"For Salo" cards at Bulletin...
will help to
Society Folks Are Getting
Ready For Big
The talented entertainers of loinl
Boclcty nro hard nt work rehearsing
for tho jaeht race benefit on Tues
day ecnlng nt tho Empire Theater'.
Tho Mlfcscg Center will bo partlc-
ulnrly attractive In fancy and grate
Tho Quakor City Quintet Is sura
to cntcli tho nudlcnco: Mtt. Norton
Dobo will neod no introduction, sho
being an artist and a favorite. Ilu
do! ph Muller promises n treat in Ocr
man specialties. Philip Hall, In
Irish melodies, is a strong numbor.
Mrs, Konney nnd Clarence Water
man, In local hits and sketch, arc ono
itt Ilia fnnturpH nf Ihn rntnrtalnmout.l
Miss Llndcman's success of last.
night makes tho commltteo feol that'
It has boon specially favored by hcr(
touseiitlug to sing for this cntortnin
ment. Wllllnm Kerr, In song. Is nlwnjs
popular nnd enjoyed, as Is hIbo Miss
Luthrop of the Ka'mchamotln Schools.
HAUNTS HE LONGPRE'S
Paul do Longpre, tho famous ar
tist, writing to a friend by tno last
mall from tho Coast, us:
"Hollywood, Cal.. Apr. 15. 1910.
"My Dear : If nothing hap
pens we oxpect to spend' again two
happy months In Honolulu. It is
wonderful how that plato hautts our
mlrids. Wo speak of It vovery day,
and we feel thut wo havo to como
"Awaiting the pleasure to shako
hands with ou, I remain, my dear
, very slncorely jours,
"PAUL DI3 LONOPHE.
"We expect lo hall on tho Slcrrn,
Mny 7, nnd hope not to bo too much
cau produce pots and herbs for
evory aliment, nnd cure diseases that
baftlo ohr most skilled plijblclans,
who have spout years in the study of
From tho roots nnd drugs ot the
fie'ld originated Lydln E. Plnkhara's
Vegbtable Compound, which tor
thirty jcars has proved moro potent
and effloaclous in curing female Ills
than nuy combination ot drugs
JUSTICE LURT0N WROTE '
WYNNE CASE OPINION
(Continued from Pace 1.1
wall. Including Jurisdiction over tho
bay or haven In question, when (hat
Territory waB acquiron uy joint reso
lution ot Congress of July 7, 1898. did
not prevent tho operation of the Jur
isdiction of tho courts of tho United
States oor the bay hero In question
in inspect or mo murder .uoro qmirg'
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S
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- DEPARTED . I ARR1VEO .
1 . i j. I J. If
Friday April 22.
San Francisco Sierra. 0. 8. 8.. 7.30
Nun port News Glcnshcll, llr stmr,
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Itoscbank, Br. stmr.
Friday, April 22.
Hongkong und Japan ports Asia,
P. M. S. 8.
Saturday, April 23.
Hlio vln way porta Manna Koa,
THE ASIA of tho Pacific Mall line,
duo to nrrlvo at tho port this nflnp
noon or tomorrow morning, will berth
at tho Alaken street wharf.
I IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday. April 22.
SAN FnANCISCO Arrived Apt II 21:
8. S. Enterprise, from Hlio, April
CARDIFF Sailed April 21- Sp. Wm.
T. LcwIb, for Honolulu ,
SAN FRANCISCO Arriveil April 22-
8. 8. Hllonlnn, from Knhnlul April
. , ... ,
"8; s C1),J0 Mnru A,)ri lfi hence,
iiANA-8allcl April 10: Sell. Jas,
nolph, for San Francisco,
II1LO Arrived April 17: Bktno Irm
gnrd, from i3nn t ranclsco,
COMES BY SIERRA
W. O. Irwin Is lo nrrlvo hero by
tho next 8lcrrn and not tin Mny 2, as
stated In n previous issue.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 21, 1010,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 n. m.
Moku Wcsfcl to O T Shlptnan...P A
Hnmakua Mill Co to Territory of
Kcalohn and wf to Helcmano
Land Co Ltd D
LI Thu lu n Choy to C D Lufkln,
L II Knplloho (k) to Molo Kau-
C J H Helm and wf to A 11 Don-
A II Dondcro to Frieda Helm... U
C P Peterson and wf to Antonio
Perry T U
Entered for1 Record April 22, 1910.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m,
Chong Kim Sing to Chong Kcu
Est of II P Bishop by trB to Ter
ritory or Hawnll , Ex D
Wnnaon Knhoohanohnno (k) to
Maul Land & Railroad Co.... D
TUB BRITISH steamer Suverlc.
from Pugct sound has arrived at Yo
kohama with decks badly dmnaged.
Tho cargo has sufrorcd considerably
and tho tramp will ha,Vo to undergo
repairs boforo proceeding.
THE STEAMER Lydla Thompson
was pmchaspd od March 31 fion) tho
Pugot Sound navigation company by
James' Good of Portland,' and it Is Bald
will ply between Portland ami Colum
bia river potte.
THE POSTMASJEll GENERAL of
Aiistralta has extended tho contract
"with (ho Union StcaniBhip Company
tor man service boiween Canada and
Austj-alla ono jear fioni July 31.
DISTINGUISHED as tho first of tho
torpedo boat dostroyor licet to be
equipped with limners for burning oil
exclusively, tho Spatildlng has been
launched h thp Oath lion Works
THE ARMORED crulsprt, Tennesson
and South Dakota snllod for llncno?
Ayres, whoro the will participate In
tho celebration of Iho conlenar) nf
Iho Atgentluo ltrpuhllr,
THE PILOT BOAT lllrnn.lnlln Im.
been wrecked off Capo Freliol, In thj
English channel Ten persons wore
drowned After striking tho ossol
Thursday. Anrll 21.
Kauai ports W. CMIall, stmr.C
p. m. ',
Knhnlul, Knnnnpali. Illto nnd Silllim
Cruz coiuniblun, a.-Hj a. , u v.
VE83EL8 TO DEPART
Friday, April 22.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Saturday, April 23. '
San Francisco Asia. IM, S.,8.j
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED )
Per stmr. W. O. Hnll 'for Kauai
ports, April 21. Dnv. D. Scuddcr.
flcb. Smithies, L, K. Knumulau, Bov.
W. Balcson, Mrs. Eleramur, P. A.
PA88ENQER8 BOOKED, .)
Per Btmr. Cliudlno. for Maul port
April 22. A. Hanebcrg,, Mrs. C. a.
noall, Mrs. E. D. Ouorrco, Miss Too
mov, W. O. Franklin, Mrs. Franklin,
A M, Fcltclra. P. 8. Correa, Mrs. M.
Fernandez. Mrs. J. V. Fernandez Mrs.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, fpr Konav.nnd
Kan ports, April 22. J. Goldstein It.
Dickson, M. Cowley. Bishop Ulcbert.
W. O, Franklin. Mrs. Franklin, Miss
Lloyd. Mrs. Mutators. D. Pao.
F. Crawford. 11. Crawford, ,.
I PA88EN3ERS ARRIVED . I
Per O. 3. 8. Sierra from San Fran-
cIbco W. P. Alien. Mrs. L. E. Allen,
Percy Benson, Mrs. Benson. Master
Wllhon Benson. B. Cressaty. Mrs.
Cressaty. Capt. Dabol. 13. E. Dcnmati,
Mrs Dennitin. Mrs. J. A. Dolo, Mn.
M. Ferguson. W. 8. Prascr. Mrs. Fro
scr, Hugo P. Frenr C. L. Ol'moro.
Mrs. Ollmoro nnd child, Master O. M.
ailmoro, Geo Harrison, A. M. Howo.
Mrs. W, A. Jackson. Mrs. J. II. Kent.
Mrs. P. Laughlln, Miss Leslie Laugh-.
Hit, MIbh Maud LItzlus, Mrs. EdlJ
Logan, Miss Julia Logan, Master W.
Logan, Mrs. N. Lorentz, D. O. Mc
Cluro, Mrs. McCluro, Miss Angel V.
Mills. E. B. Murray, Mrs. Fannlo K.
Painter, R. 8. Phelps. Mrs. Phelps, L.
llowo Mrs. Rowe. Argylo R. Bcott,
Mrs. Scott, Mrd. A. Beef Mrs. ' C.
Thompson. Miss M. G. Welsh, Mrs
Gem. E. Wilson, Peter Owens Fro I
Olllllll, I'J,, IIIUIW.
NbW - TO-DAY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
In Probate. At Chambers. In tho
matter ot tho Estato ot Lulu Grau
(otherwise known as LuIbo Kathar
Ino Mathilda' Grau). Before W. J.
Robinson. On reading and filing tho
petition and accounts of Mrs. Dora
It. Isenberg, Wm. Pfotcnhauor and
II. Sthultzo, Executors ot (ho Last
Will and Testament ot Lulu Grau
(otherwise known as Lulso Kathar
Ino Miitlilhlo Grnu), wherein they
ask to bo allowed 11086,70 nnd they ,
charge nicnisolveg with $2307.05,
nnd ask that' the same may be ox
atnii.ed and approved, and thnt n
final order may bo made of Distribu
tion ot tho property remaining In
their hnnds to thq persons thereto
entitled, and discharging them nnd
their sureties from all further re
sponsibility as such Executors; it U
ordered, that Baturday, tho 28th day
of Mny, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. m , before tho Judgo of said Court
at the courtroom ot the said Court
at Honolulu, Island ot Oahu, be nnd
the same hereby is appointed as tho
time and place for hearli.g said Pe
tition und Accounts, und that all per.
sons Interested may thon and there
appear and bhow tuuso, If any they
htno, why tho same should not bo
granted, nnd may present optionee
as to who nro entitled to the said
property. Dated nt Honolulu, this
2lsl day of April, 1910, By the
Court: M T SIMONTON, Ciorlc ot
the Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit. 4900 Apr. 22, 29; May C, 13.
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