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JTVENIWO BUiUmW, KONOLTiLU, T. ri, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 19l0. .
Honolulu Third Degree
Oceanic First Degree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3 Regu
All vlsltlug members of tne
Order are cordially lnlted to
jttend meetings nf local lodges
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Tther Aho
' SEHEFICtAL ASSIATIOR. elation, cor
Auto rioihn l.'c n yard nt Whitney
Head .linl.ms special salo n.l of
Domestic floods fi.r next Wick begin
Graduation books, n large assort-
mint Just received, rumo very choice.
Drown & I.yun Co., Ltd.
I,. , Alioy linn Just received a lilg
quantity of grass linen, pongee silk
and drawn work from the Orient.
Visitors from the other Islands will
find delightful rooms nt Ihn Hotel
Majestic, eornrr nf Fort nnd Rerctn-
Order your butter from llio Metro
politan Market whero tho famous
Crystal Springs butter la sold. A fresh
supply lust received. Telephone- 45,
'Iho Office Supply Co. have till the
latest cnulpmcnt for tho business of
fice. Their prices nnd' tho quality of
their Roods ralinot ho equalled by
even the mainland dcnlern.
When making your plans for this
City Transfer Go.,
JAS. II. LOVE, . .
It goei without saying that every-1
thing 's Best nt The Encore.
Embroidered tiousscaus and iuuey
needlework. Mn. 11. Hell, 1G2 Hotel I
Hnlnler Deer will always Im the
most popular overage, Try It and t
- I'lnectnr Is sold by Lelthond and;' D101IT RAINS havf faUn nlong THE UNITED ST ATES army trnnn
Woodward, 12G3 Miller street, phono' the coact of Ilamakiu unil Km'u ill port I-onnu duo to arrive hern on Mnh-
BD7. trlcts within tho past week nivonlln ilay from Han iTnticlfCO win go 10
' ' If yoii want a good lob done on an . to a report bronchi to Honolulu this tho Channel wharf. The troop ship Is
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian morning by I'urser Frlolo of tho bringing down n considerable ship
Cnrrlago Mfg, Co., 427 Queen St. rtenmer Manna Loa. mtnt of nrmy supplies such an feed
The children nro always happy when ' n-i... .i.i., .mi ..nii.,,.na in ifm, .i fn.-r. Tim ,nnn,.,ii.. if ln-nliti.
"DUaHMrZ Consol'led!-'"' ' '" '' " . materia, under' oov ha, ;ca ,,,o1
Soda Water Works. Telephone 71. ' tll,p- n "" 'I borll Ins lai,. 1 1 ho
si I jmjk;ui win uq Mii'i'utMi 'kiim iH"u tiv
Auuuuniiu io luwcoa rcccivei. ni imnilrcMl tons or coal iiirincr nor Biny
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
, 7:30 In I. O. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.,
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand..
All visiting brothers very cordially
Friday, June' 10. (
Manila, Hongkong and Japan ports
Siberia. I'. M. 8. 8., a. m.
Kona nnd Kau iorts Jlnuna I.oa,
Htmr., a. in.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Order n case of Coca Cola from
Hawaiian Soda Works, i You'll find It
the most delightful bovcrago you ever
tasted. Phono 516.
"Hull" (linger Air- Is the most spark
ling, snappy, right flu'ored ginger ala
on thn market. Bottled by Ryeroft'a
Fountain Soda Works, phono 270.
For summer reading sco Brown &
I.yon Co., Ltd. A large assortment
tho local agency of the American Ha
wnllan lino- ths freighter Arizonan.
with a largo rhlpment of nusar nnd
other linos of Hawaiian products ar
rived at Snllni Crux yesterday. Tho
. btoamcr hailed from Knanapall, her
! I ... tain..'. . ., wt ..nil rm tl.V 9m1
IUBI ICIIilill l 'l '. -4l, "... .'..- ...
A WIIIEI.ESS mitsago received last
summer's tilp be sure to make a notojlng many new titles,
of new bonks lust received, also n evening from the Pacific Mall liner
shipment of reprint editions contain-: Korea announces the probablo nrrlval
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. oI'.P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
,day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
'Jicorncr Fort and Beretanla. VUltlng
orotners coraiauy mviiea to unuuu.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE. K. n. a
!' HONOLULU LODGE 61G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klnc
, Street, near Fort, every Friday even-
; tng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Clnvltcd to attend. .
JAS. D. DOUaHEHTY,, E. B.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
'HAWAnAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
Kdays of each month at Knights of
f Pythias Hall. Visiting brotners cor-
; .aiauy inviiea 10 anuuu. .
P. HiaaiNS. Sachem. :
fi. E. V. TODD. C. of B. : d
to have your bigsago handled by tho
Union-Pacific Transfer Co., Telephone
58, and so nvolil nil worry in connec
tion with It.
The Hncn (hat a man wears with his
ovenlng clothes should have the very
best llnlih nnd this Is tho kind of
finish given by the, French Uundry.
258 Beretanla street, to thd shirts and
collars they launder.
Bllllkcns In coins and thrones.
Grass linen drawn work, dollcys,
blouses and tablo centers. Silk capes,
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co, Young
Building. Fans, baskets, tapas, pot
tery and .brasses, outlr.K hats.
Sonnabend. don 11. Junl, maeht un
sure- Jucer.il clncn Ausilug nach Mo-
analuaf IB Mlnuten von der K'idsta
Hon der clcktrlsehrn llahn: lleglnu
urn" 10 Uhr. Alio Mltgllcder und l-,re-undo
der Gemclnde slnd frcundllch
datu clngcladcn. Deutsch Kvnngellsch
Very Httlo was none nt the meet
ing of tho Promotion commit tpo held
yestcrdaroutslde of the usual routine
of business which came up.
-Acting Secretary Cooper reports
inat Island people nro making moro
frequent applications to tho uureau
for Information than previously, and
that that state of, affairs Is highly ap
preciated by thoso In charge.
A tablo of tho Imports of goods In
to the territory has been compiled
by Mr. Cooper and It will certainly
prove of much value.
of tho vessel nt Honolulu on Monday;
Hull" fllncer Aln Is In n elasa bv morning. Tho Korea was H14 nines
Its self and after one. Blahs you will from San Francisco Mcamlng through
i i. . . ' II..I.I iiniiliuin! in ti .la Ltnnllt t.nfi'1
i HONOLULU AEBIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month. at
67:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cprner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
md r W. H. 11IL.EY, W. P.
WM C. McCOY, Sec.
HWM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
I Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to it-
It. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON. K. R. S,
, 'i T MOANA TONIGHT
Tho noyal Hawaiian Band will play
tonight between 8:30 and 11, In tho
Mo'ana Hojei park, to tntertaln the
guests of tho Outrigger Club. Danc
ing -will-take" ilaco "In the Moana's
largo dining room, Knaty Orchestra
furnishing the music.
Whllo tho British Consul was on
Uio vilnesB', stand yesterday In tho
Quliin case nououy couni navo ucen
nlcpr than attorney Llghtfoot, but
with the Consul al3cnt tho lawyer
becamo so abusive, that ho had to
have a well deserved call down from
realize Its tho class, you have liecn
waiting for. Order a caeo from tho
Fountain Soda Works. Phono 270.
Maria Davis through her attorney,
Lorrln Andrews, has presented a mo
tion to the court -for .pcrnils on to
file an amended complain: In, the di
vorce suit brought .ngalnit her hus
"Tho Itoyaf Academy nf Dancing
hold Its second session this' cvinlng
at Odd Fellows Hall, comer King and
Fort streets. Instruction from 7 to 8
o'clock. SodaM from 8 to 10:30.
Friends and members Invited.
At 7:30 o'clock this, evening tho
members of tho Rnynl School Alumni
Association will glvo inn entertain
ment In tho K. P. Hall for tho bene
fit of their friends. Thero will bo
dance, music and plenty of refresh
Defendant's bill of costs amounting
to $98.C0 has been filed In tho Knlel
all I c.180 for tho possession of 11,r,3G
squaro feet of land In Kwn In which
the Jury found for tho defendant
against Bishop and Company.
Justice Perry of the Supremo Court
has granted n writ of error petitioned
for by Ocorgo E. Smithies nnd Stella
K. Cockctt in tho caso against John
F. Colburn and Jonah Knlantanaolc,
and the caso now goes to tho Su
premo Court of tho United Stntss. On
April 30 the Supremo Court ntlirnicd
tho Judgment of tho lower court.
Up on Fort street In tho clubhouse
of the Kamehamcha Alumni Associa
tion, tho 'membsrs of tho association
and the students of tho throb schools
will listen to nn address by Prof. U.
Thompson, vied principal of tho Boys
School. After that tho floor will be
cleared for dancing. Muslo will bo
furnished by tho school Rico club
which Is one of the best In tho Islands.
As usual refreshments will bo served
during the evening. All tho members
and friends aro cordially Invited to
The following wireless message has
Bbcon received by the agents from the
I. S. Slcrrn,
,At Sea, Juno 9, 1910, 8 p. m.
S. S. Slorra. 480 miles from Hono-
Jlulu. Strong head winds, sea mou-
oratlng.1! Weather clear. Bar. 30.42.
D0IS AND DASHES.
i Two moro entries have been re
ceived for tho three miles raco that
Qs to bo pulled off at the Athletic
Park tomorrow and thero are now
twelve men In the race. II. Godfrey
T. Benlamln are tho pair who
lliavo added their names to tho list
light norlhwcst ..winds, hinn.ilh scaa
nnd flno, weather.
NIENTY-SIX passengers, 90 sacks
of Inter mainland mail and a largo
general enrgo nro coming down to tho
Islands by, the . Matson Navigation
steamer Wllhtjmlria. The vessel hat
beon reported by wlralcss which nn
nouncoa her probablo nrrlval on next
THE GERMAN ship ."Vonno Itlck
mors, from Bremen, with a largo cargo
of European uierchandlr.o and supplies
should nrrlvo nt Honolulu moat 'any
day. The vcsel Is out 138. days from
thn German port and conies hero to
tho local agency of II. llnckfeld and
IT IS EXPECTED that tho British
turret decked freighter llcalhdenewlll
bo ready for sea by the latter port
of next week. The steamer Is dls
chancing a, shipment of Australian coal
nt the Hallway wharf. Tho destination
of tho steamer has not yet been dls
THE STEAMER Cnscado was re
ported discharging freight at Honokan
at the time the Mnuna l.oa called at j
thnt port whllo enrouto to iicnoiuiu.
Tho vessel Is returning with a ship
ment of sugar and may bring a deck
load of cattle.
IT WAS A LONG voyage, made by
the- barkentlne Hawaii which has Just
arrived ut Mahiikona. soventy, seven
days out from Newcastle, N. S. W.,
Willi a shipment of coal consigned to
Hind, Rnlph & Company.
Tho Qulnn caso occupied so much
tlmo nt tho police court, this morning
that a number of cases had to bo sent
over till furturo dates.
nt tho port. It Is p"iilNe that the
Logan may be dlfpatelirvl for Manila
by tho way of Guini thu snini1 l;iy of
tier arrival, provided sh should reach
Honolulu quarantine rarly r,n Monday
THE FRKiailT list of the steamer
Mauna l.oa arriving from Knna and
Knu' ports this morning Included SI 2
sacks II. A. C. sugar, 31B sacks cof
fee, 11 sacttB nwa, S sacks ginger, 42
pieces koa lumber, rC bunrhes banan-
ns, 20 barrels pears, 33 hogs, 18 crnten
chickens, 90 bales hides, CO Inles to
bacco and 200 packages Biindrlcn.
Saturday. June 11.
Hllo via way ports Manna Koa,
Sunday, June 12.
Mnnl nnd Molokul porta Mlltahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Monday, June 13,
San Framtlso I.urlliic. M. N. S. fi.
Japan ports and Hongkong Koren,
P. M. S. S.
Thursday, June 9.
Hawaii ports l.lkcllkc, stmr., B pt
Port Tow'nsend nnd Pngtt Sound
ports' St. Dunstan, Br. stmr.', p.'"ni.
Kahultil and Island ports l.urllno,
M. N. 8. S, 9 p. m. '
VE80ELS TO DEPART
The question of water supply on
Hawaii entered largely In tho discus-
THREE HUNDRED and fifty tona sm, an( ,iel,nte on tho Orgnnlo Act
of oriental freight aro duo to nrrlvo nt amendment.
Honolulu by tho Pacific Mall inter-p Fo,OWg nrc views hcl.l by House
m?T, v , T ,n.iiV Representatives on tho subject.
Mllort'ww'Vokotamaandrtodnr., ' . Now Meilco.' Art-
tV fii,i i,. ,i,tn nnuu.nip aecom- -- """ ovcry State In tho Union aro
..i.iin. f.,. i.oni...n,. r.nr,i ,i,.lr. I'crmlltcd to participate
Ing tranaportatloii-.to the coast.
Friday, June 10.
Hawaii and Maul ports Clnndlnc,
stmr., 6 p. m.
Saturday, June II,
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Monday, June 13.
Kniial jiorts'-Nocaii, stmr.
Hnn Francisco Logan, U. S. A. T.
San Francisco Korea. P. M. S. S.
rrrrz r- ... -
PASSENaEHB ARHIVED I
Per Btmr. Mnuna Loa from Kona
and Kau ports Cecil Brown, Miss Ma
bel Wond, D. McCorrlston, A. Cockett,
H. Mlkl. Mrs. W. Savldge, Judge II.
Makaliapiila, Miss L. Do Mcllo,F. L.
Leslie, J. A. Mdgulro. Mrs, Magulre,
J. a. Smith, F. S. Knight, O. F. May
dwell, Mrs. M. Oltvelra, Mrs. U
Schocn, Mrs. 'M.- Orecnbaugh, Miss E.
Hoffman, A. G. Hcwlnger, Mrs. It.
Moore. Mrs. T. II. Lyons, Mrs. E. IL
Rlckard, Dr. W. F. McCorky, J. A.
Wilson. A. N. Collins.
Most of tho spectators nt the jiollco
court this morning went to sloep whllo
Llghtfoot was talking. It was only
when he began to Insult a witness that
tho crowd took notlco, .
funds, but -when you get to Ilawnll
J you compel her in pay nil tho moneys
! You send yiiur oxperls over thero by
soino law I do not know wnat tne
law Is and you compel thoo people
In Hnwnll to pay the whole expense.
Tho gentleman from Minnesota (Mr.
Tawnoy) talks nbout trying to do
something In tho Interest of sugar
(Continued on Paijc 10)
R. A. Duncan, tho local food com
missioner, whose condition wns re
ported ns fcorlous Inst evening by the
Bulletin, died nt tho Queen's hos
pttal last night. .
Mr. Duncan waB a faithful and In
about next Saturday, dustrious official and. wns well liked
" l)v all who ciuno In contnet with him
THE ARRIVAL of the Bchnoncr He- ,,0 wns mnrrcd bout four years ago
Icne nt tho port with a shipment of , wfe nd a molhcr
rm 2?"" ou"wS- The funeral of Mr. Duncan w,
five days nnd bring cargo to tho Mo Pa" " Masonic Temple on
agency of Allen and Robinson. I Sunday.
THE FRENCH bark Jean llaptlsto,
with cargo from European ports In
cluding Ltlth is now out ono hundred
and twenty-one days front tho Inst
named port. Tho vessel Is rrjKirtcit at
coming to thu local agency of If.
llnckfeld nnd Company.
PUR8ER rniELE, of tho Intcr-ltl-
nnd steamer Mauna Loa report the
following sugar awaiting nhlpmcnt nt
Windward ports of Ilawnll: lloniniio.
B180; Punaluii, 11841; Honokna, 120rt;
Kukulliaele. 400; Paauhaii. 1100; Pa
nullo, 2000; Kukalau C30O.
THE DEPARTURE nf tho Malson
Navigation churtcrcd freighter Hyadcs
from Seattle, Is reported. Tho vessel
sailed from the Sound on last Wed
nesday and should nrrlvo hereon or
tin- n 1 a a all.evtn fn,- (inn
1.-1 M W. ... .J...V...M .... ,M..
Francisco. Jund 1011., F, Dillingham
nnd wife. Miss Qulncy, Miss Knight,
Mrs. John Watorhouso and' Iwn 'Chil
dren, Mrs. Downey, Mrs, Hammond, J.
Biggs and wlfo, A. 13. Bungay. J. 'M.
Robertson nnd wife, S.- M.' Naruse,
Fred Knight. L. P. Boutlllaln. Wm.
Burr. MlfR Ida Burr. A. F. Austin
Smith and wife, A. W., Patterson, Lt.
O. Ancrum, M,- Corps, Rt U Colburn.
Per stmr. Claudlno for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Juno 10 Rev. W. B.
Olscn, A. J. Gomez, Mrs. Gomez, Miss
E. Olscn, Mrs. T. C. Ilorgaard, Miss
Gibson, U Robinson," Mrs. K. Bnfg
ner. Sergeant Barry'. H. 'M. 'Chaniller,
Mrs. Junkln. M, Sehultz, A. Aim, 'M.
Kcola, L. Robinson, '
Por M. N. S, 8. Ltlrllno for San
Francisco, Juno 13 Miss Roso Gibson,
Mrs. T. Hashimoto, R, II. pVhlllD,
Miss Margaret Skelley, Mrs. S. F. .Da
vidson, Mrs, J. g; Pascoe, Miss Ilanna
Decker, Mrs. 8. Rhodes, Miss M.
Rhodes,' Miss E; Hamilton.
Wong Cheo nnd his two companion!
Au Sing and Wong Lock' wero found
guilty by the- Jury yesterday after
noon In tho slabbing nffray at tin
Clilnoso theater nnd tho. former wni
sentenced to eighteen months lmprls
THE STEAMER Keauhou hna boon onment. the two" latter tothltty days
placed on tho berth to sail for Wal- Tho Jury wont out Just before noon
men and Knual ports on Sunday nf- nnd returned a verdict at 3:30 In tho
ternoon nt four o'clock. afternoon. .
. THE AMERICAN schooner Sequoia
is now reported as thlrty-ono days out
of Eureka, with a shipment of lumbsr
consigned 10,11. Hackfeld and Com
pany branch at Hllo.
' ' l- Sjl
Louisville, Ky. "Lydla E. rink,
ham's Vegetable Compound has cer.
laipir uone uw a
world of good and
I cannot praise It
ness. and a severe
pound baa restored
me to neriect
health ana kept m
from the operating
laoie. i win never uo wiiuuui. .
medicine In' tho housei" Mrs. Satu'l
Lee, 3J23 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky.
Another Operation Avoided.
Adrlan, Ga. "I suffered untold
misery from female troubles, and siy
doctor said an operation was my only
.chance, and I dreaded it almost as
much ns ueatn. .Lvuia .. rniKiiam a
Vegetable Compound completely cured
me without an operation.'" Lena V. ,
Henry, n. F. D. s.
Thirty years of unparalleled suc
.u rniiftrmc the newer of Lvdla 11. '
ICantfi'Very ycattrday and tho score ' pipkham' Vjretblo Compound to
BCoiJ-y i i. ntBvnn tnnincs wero ncod- euro female disease. The great vol.
ZlWBS i tO J, eievon UlIllUb ' - r."".u-inJ lul mnnimtitinl '
Lfei'i to decide the game, which was a j" j , conclusively that '
"i'.-?' i '""'."ri.i-: .v.;:. ..,.7czr
BiTha cup whlyh was presented by E.
Ja .Hall & Sons for the School cham-
fjplonshlp was handed over yesterday
the - winners tho St. Umls col-
Siege nine. The arammar scnooi
Me'aguo plso decided to Join tho Am
LEmll fKlommo won the champion-
r.i-Tn nrltiin Y. M. C A., as refers to
Kjmployed boys, last evening. He de
ItaUed Tinkor 45 to 33 nftor tho two
fjfl'u'yers'had tied for first place In the
''Cftnpany D beat Company II nt
)' .! Jl.il t
' y i .
Vt.t!nnA frnm atfirt tn finish,
1m . . . ..l .ni I .y....,i ! n rAtnnrlrfthlA rpinMilv fnr thn A A
ine lonoium .. -- :$ feminine Ills fromwbJcb.
u - " J0 many WOBen IUffflr
fjnajca match with Davlcs
Eweelts ifrom " now.
Repairs on all makes of
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 Fort Street
Tomorrow morning at half-past tun
there will bo a four-baH competition
at tho Country Club, and as the event
will bo In tho naturo of a qualifying
contest for tho honor of representing
tho club In the Tom Morris trophy,
thero' should be a big bunch, of the.
best golfers In tho Territory prepent
The first eight men In tho four-ball
match will be named as the Hawaiian
representatives In tho world-famous
competition, for which all the clubs In
tho United States play annually. Last
ear Hawaii did remarkably well con
sidering everything and the local
team finished halfway up the list
This 'year Harold dlffard will bo, el
igible as he has 'attained bis twenty
afth birthday. White, however, la
'lot yet old enough to take, part In the,
Morris trophy play.
The bus will run from the end. of
trio fcuuan'u car line to the Country
Club, nnd, the members will have no
trouble' In reaching the link's. En
trios' for-the four-ball match will close
;t 10:SO, and It is hoped that 'tho best
flayers of Oaliu will bo on. band no
is to have a chance, of representing;
Hawaii In the' Tom Morris trophy. ,
"Entered for 'Record-'June 9, 1810.
Trent Trust Co Ltd.. tr, to Wde :
. W Thayer .,....-.'.,.-. D,
D T Fleming and wt to Jutaro
Kuwabara , . , D
"J llolle to John K Maunakea.;. IV
.'eka Vasconcellos et- al f, by
comr td Mahase K' Makekau v
nnd wf ...;......,.. i. ,,... .', D
Vlanasa Makekau andwf to Pat''
Makla , M
riatel Bolto by atfy to Ny
tic .....;,..,. .Notice
.William U Castle, tr, to Es'her
Baker ct al ".rar Ret
retltlon for discharging' in bank
ruptcy was granted John,'J,'McGulrei
vas allowed by Judge Robertson lit
ho Fedprul court this . Morning.
, In the suit brouch.lt by L. E. Solo-
non agalust Hoptiluu Rapid Transit
ind Land Company tho defendant
ompany b'as filed nn, answer to thu
omplatpf denying every allegation
lrou.t against It.
Tanhauscr Hut. Company of Port
nnd has discontinued Its suit against
Cabrlnha and Company for the recov
ery of several hundred dollars due 'on
an invoice of hats sold the defendants
several months ago,
t fa'i v"w
1 l tt.l '1 .