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WEDNESDAY: itfK .. 3
THURBDAYI JB"-. TJV. ,
FRIDAY! - ,
Hawaiian Third I)egrce.',
All visiting memben of tut
Order re cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodge!
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iimitic riiaiutrKM jaemoen oi
EIEFICIAI ASSIATIOH. ciatiom cor.
jHARMONY. LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
x Meets every Monday evening at
17:30 In I. 0. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.
?, E. R. HENDIIY. Becretary.
T.l II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
'AW vliittttiir brothers verv conltnllv
JOAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Iday evening at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall,
Icorner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
I brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES. C. 0.
II ' O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
AWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
j i Meets every first and third Thurs
diys ot each Month at Knights of
Prthlas Hall. Visiting brother! cor
Jdially Invited to attend.
I J, U, r.iJXIi-l, DibUOUii
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
("tCESDAY evenings of each month at
Al'SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
Tjl ire'tanla and Fort streets.
( Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
a. w. n. niLEY. w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
-ilHONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. E.
,1 Honolulu Lodgo No. G10, D. P. O.
tWIi s! meets In their ball, on King
TJlreet, near Fort, every FrWay eve
'.lng, Visiting Brothers are cordially
jnYlted to attend.
hJAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
fJKO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
irJ-Meets every 2nd and 4th Saiurciaj
'J. ..! f.flft rifnrt In K. of 1.
iHall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Ynd, II. A. TAYIX)R. C. 0.
J E. A. JACOnSON, 1C R. S.
l Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kintr St.
Weekly Unlletln 1 ur jinr.
Sold Three Yesterday.
Balance Priced at $150.00
HAVE A KODAK
with you anil make a futuro
pleasuro of tho annoyances
of tho moment.
Kodaqs from $5 to $100
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
FORT ST., BELOW HOTEL
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Young Hotel Building
FILMS ANI CAMERAS
City and Suburban v
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant nml Alakea Streets
I offer for Immediate sale, a large
T. and G. HOUSE at Knpnhulu, Kal
iniikl. Corner Int. in.000 sq. ft. Two
bedrooms; modern iiIiiiiiIiIiik: Kn"d
Roll; st'ono foliro. Porfcct title. Orig
inal cost, 2!00; HOW J1300.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. Kin? Street Waity Building
C. L. HOPKINS
Systematizer. Notary Public. Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpieter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bldtr. HOURS
0 a. m. to 4 n. ra. '
Just the thing
for school girls
Th" Mutual Telephone Co. requests
that evcryo'i" having trouble ttlth u
telephone whether their own or some
ono t-lBo's, toport promptly to "o."
I km flr?j
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet old by the Bulle-
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, It prr hour, l.owls Stnbis.
Dcthcl Street I lack Stnin! 1'liono
New Kastorn millinery Just recelveil.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Heat at Thp Encore.
A Jordan's Dig Halo next week
Laces will ho tint leading feature.
For distilled water. Hire's IVoot
Deer and all other popular drluks.
USiib up Phono 2171. Consolldateil
Candlilato McCamllcss and his par
ty were puxaenKers nn tho Mauna Kef,
from Knwalhao to l.nhalna. They will
M'oiicl next week un Maul.
Thet'j Is no niitmnohllo mado lu
Ainerlra that compares with tho 1911
IMo.iiolillo. Ank llio Srhmuatt Car
ilaro Co. about this e:.r.
A. N. Ccilcrlnf, clerk of thn aceounts
rommltteo In the last ho.i,loii of tliu
leKlHlutiiro, and now a civilian clerk
at Sclioflcld barracks, U lu Honolulu
on a shiirt vIhII.
No reason for a dirty house as 1cm?
as you can buy l'au ka liana and
have a mind strung enough to direct
operations. Your grocer will sH It to
Your order In the grocer should In
elude somo of the faniom "57" Vari
ety of ilrlnz. Every onr of tho !7 are
nliRolutely pure. Your grocer hut
Cnscado nlnger Alo Is an Ideal hot
weather drink Imparting the final
touch of reflnepiont to any social
event Call up 2270 for n case of pints
or half pints.
A woman who Is undecided about
hor foot-wear will do well to IrII the
Hegal Shoo Store where she will And
nil thn latent custom models In slr.es
that nro sure to (It.
Tho Mutunl Telophoiio Co. loquosts
that all subscribers carefully nxainlno
tho Temporary Dltectory, nml repot h
In writing, to tho olllro on Adams
I.ane. any errors In names or ad
dresses. Portuguese of Hawaii have cabled
to I-'imchal, Madeira, encouraging th1'
would-ho immigrants to conic to tho
is'ands, and every nsKlstanco will lo
afTor-lcil tho Tcrrltotlnl linmlgratlmi
ConitlntlRloners there, M. I. Sllva and
A. J. Campbell. Uical oPrtngtiese want
to help get tho Immlginuts here, and
tho cable Is In denial of reiuirls spread
In Madeira that their count ryiuenjiero
itro not well treated and well sails'
At half-past nlno o'clock this morn
ing automobllo number 270, which is
icglstcred lu tho niimo of Jerry lto
noy, ran over n Jnpaneso man named
K. Yiultn and soveiely lniired him.
Tbo Japaunso was tiding n bicycle,
nnd was proceeding along King stieet:
Just us ho leached Alukea street tho
uiitomoblln overtook him, nnd. struck
blm lu tbo rear. Tho forco of tho colli
Moil lluow thn Jnpaneso down nml ho
sustained n badly ciiu-bnd leg, Hint
was the causo of his being taken, to
the Queen's hospital, wlieie ho was
admitted for lieatmont.
Tho oyo witnesses to the accident
rtatu that the horn of tho automobile"
was not blown, ami that tho Japanese)
bad no chauco of gelling nwny fiom
tho machluo beforo It struck him.
FRESH TAMALES BY EVERY
Come Here for a Good Lunch
KENTUCKY LUNCH ROOM
Alakea, Between Merchant and
HONOLULU, T It. SVTt'nrUY, OCT.
Our New Phone Number Will He
City Transfer Co.
(Continued frm Pace 1)
cupled Jointly liy the two. It Is to
he 120 feet long and two stories lu
To ne ormndnte this warehouse, a
20-foot driveway Is to bo built, ex
tending through the entire block
from King to Ilotol stieet. Tho bultd
lug of this driveway nete'sHitntescut-
tlmr off iiart ot the Arlington room-
lug huuse, which fionts on Hotel
street. Six fee( nine Inches nro to
bo tnken off thn front of till mid
nine, feet six Inches off the rear.
Work nn rutting oft the rooming-,
bniisn will start early next week. ,
Tbo warehouse will cost In the 1
neighborhood of $2'., 000, mid when;
completed will afford plenty of spam
for the two linns mentioned, while
tho driveway will glvn nil thn tcn
nnts of the entire block easy access
for handling goods.
Coupled with tbn foiegolng Is tho
nnnouncement that Whitney it
Marsh, the Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
nml tho Honolulu Pluto Supply Co.
will extend their buildings sixteen
feet In the tear, giving much addi
tional sp.icn for goods and olflccs.
The Hawaiian Trust Company has
nl.lvn dire lion of tho work as
agents for the llrower Kstntn, and
J. II. Craig Is tho architect who Iiiib
prepared the plans. Woik on the
scheme Is to begin immediately.
Pocilbly tho biggest contract to
be let In October will bo nwnrded
next Saturday, when the building
committee of the Y. M. C. A. deildes
on tho now Association building. Tho
lilans have already been drawn by
Ripley & Rej nolds, nnd contemplate j
the erection of li thrcn-story hulld-i
lug with basement nud nuif garden.'
The new building will he finished In I
accordance with the latrst Ideas (if
AsHiclatlnn cnnstriutlnii. Tho np
piopratlon Is tnr.,000. and It Is ex-'
pocted that the contract prl e will
bo very near this sum. lllds will be
opened lu the olllces of Ripley &
lloynolds noxt Saturday nt noon, and
n number or local roiiiniciurs ""
now Iteming, hard on this big piece
Coincident!- with this Is tho nown
that Jack Scully will engage lu tho
thentllcal business and that woik(
will coiiuuencn next Mondny nn an,
open-air theater on Hotel stieet, op-j
poslte llethol. Lucas llrothoro havO
this contract. A rumor Is also nlloat
Hint tlm half-nnUhod Auditorium
will ho ojinuletod, and nrehltccts
and coutraitois nro getting husy on
J. II. Crulg rcpoits a steady liusl
nciis lu homo constiurtloii. Gnirgo
leeiiborg s to build a homo h
maiika side nf Wyllle street, com
plete In every way. It Is to ho no
by (14 ftmt, with flieplnce, paneled
walls mid Iiii.iiiiihI celling, lllds for
this are to lie opened noxt week.
Mrs. Andiew Fuller has called for
bids on u beautiful homo lu the Nil
mum dUtilct. and tlm bids will bo
opened lu a few days. Frank 11.
Illako of tlm Hawaiian Klootrlq Co.
Is building u sisnon homo In Manna
Valley, and tin uiliwmell nisldiint nf
this ill1 Is prepailiiK to hulld n
hoiiHc at Kalawa that will cost from
1 1 2. Olio to Jir.,000.
Tliwuir.lioiit tlie city, Mr. Craig
Hated this ni'irnlUK, tl'" hulldliiB op-
Only a Few Left.
(Jas. 11. Love)
orations promlRO n grfat deal of r.c.
tlvlty for the next f-w months.
"Uulldlng Is ii good Indication of
prosperity," snld Mr. Carlg this belaying pin. Captain Parker and
morning. "Thn sugar market may nnother olllcer went down to the
have slumped, but building hoiuei r.lilp and there found tho mutinous
and business houses goes on Just the sailor sitting nn his hunk,
sanio." I Tbo police officers told the man
Ripley & Reynolds, architects, and to Mn(, along with them, as the
I.ttAis lltolhers, contrartois, werons captain had ordered tho Bailor to
iptlmlstlr as Craig. ' nvo tho ship. The man refused to
The icttlenieiit of tho Federal ,io so, and nt on o he was grabbed
building flto Just now Is holding up i,y tbn pollen officer. Then nnother
plans for reverul business houses. It ,0r, who claimed to bo n walk
was authoritatively stated this nR delegato for the crow, Jumped nt
morning. Several agentR or owners t:.,)tan naker nml tried to do him
of sites hnvn plans for construction ,. u, EOt busy, nml the dele-
wml! to rlllt tenants In mind, hut are
walling until mo i euerni sue is m
r-An -i -rr-mmio
' FOR MOANA TENNIS
...'J ' l't V P "IT
Ulia IKMt'l li'tiun Hiu l"l" i ill I'"""
matches will lio played. Will lloth
nnd A. L. C.istlo , AUiorUm Rich
aril and Captain Low; R. A. Coake
and C. O. llockus vs. A. M. Nowell and
F. Steere. Theso two mntches will be
for llio host two out of tlireo sctR.
Tho two winning pairs will then taeklo
each other, and the two losing pairs
will nlso have a go at one another.
Two courts will bo in uss nml, If
the rain will only hohl off there should
ho somo fine tennis seen. Tho new
courts hx)k perfect but ri far tliero
has be. u no play on them nml It Is
not known how they will net.
CUTTER THETIS returned late yes
terday from I.nhuln.i whore soeral
days wero spent In target practko,
The cutter slipped into her berth
quietly and no unci was nwmo of her
coming until iho was rccu tiding at
whether for n mansio i or a cottage, a single room or an
odd piece or so, think of HOPP'S.
Here you will find an assortment of dependable FUR
NITURE, RUGS, DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS at
prices thnt are bound to interest you.
Our store is a publ'o institution. You don't have to
buy whenever you come here. Come to look. We'll thank
you for it.
J. HOPP & CO., LTD.,
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Captain Ilaker of the police forco
had an excltl.ig time on board the
Falls of Clyde nt noontime today. A
messago had reached thn police stn-
Hon to the effect that one of the
crew hnd attacked the mate with a
Knt p(M, wna R,rawlliiR on the deck
where lie had fallen when n good
blow had landed on his Jaw.
As there was no further trouble
afterwards, tho two men were sent
off the ship, nnd that ended the
tiouble. Captain Raker's uniform
wub rather mussed up In the' row,
hut otherwise he came off all right.
Per S. S. Lurllno for San Francisco,
Oct. I John Wllllnm) and family, 11
I). Whitfield. Geo. Argall and wlfo, J,
A. Smith, I. Mulr. J. C. Kershaw, S.
H. Thompfon and wife. Miss L. Do
moiiil, Mrs. I.. Desmond, Mrs. R. li
l.nngtnn, Miss Ethel Edwards, Miss n
Per 8. 8. Manchur'a for Oriental
ports. Oct. 3. Mrs. N. II, lloyt, (I, M
Nclll, Miss Marlon Mill, C. C. Ayer
F. L. Iloeck and wife, Mrs. O. Clem
ent. A. I'. Pflffner. lllshop Honda. A,
Memorandum hook, between Young
Hotel nml rnllioad wharf. Find
er lettirn to this nfllce nnd recelvo
185 KING STREET
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IN FORRIQN PORTS
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Saturday October 1.
MONTEREY Arrived Sept. 30: 8. S.
Ro-ecrnns, lienco Sept. 20.
SEATTLE Arrived Oct. 1: 8. S. Vir
ginian, from Snn Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 1: S
S. Asia, hence Sept, 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 1, 2 p
m.: S. S. Sierra, for Honolulu,
PEARL HARnOR Sailed Sept. 30:
8chr. David Evans, for Port Town-
HILO Sailed Sept. 29: Schr. Camauo,
lor Port Townsend.
SCULLY TO BE "
John T, Scully, better known as
"Jack" Scully, proprietor of Tho Fash
Ion, announced this morning that he
will become nn impresario In a limit
ed way. In other words, Jack Is going
into Iho theatrlcnl business.
Ho has leased n corner on Hotel
street opposite Bethel and work will
commence Monday on the coiviruc
tlou of an open-ar theater and amuse
ment houso, where mirth, Jollity and
entertainment will bo afforded In largo
quantities, says Jack. Vaudeville ami
moving picture turns will lie the at
traction, nnd ho will secure tho best
tho husliiOAB affords,
Lucas Ilrothers. who have tho con
tract aro prepared lor some hurry-up
work, and It Is Scully's Intention to
open the new homo of audevllle on
When tho Wilhelmlnn nirlves on
Tuesday morning thcio will bo laud
ed lu Honolulu ono or tho largest
freight cargoes unii tho largest num
ber of passengers which huve comu
on n local steamer from the coaBt for
Tho Wilhclmlna has on board for
Honolulu 3,000 tous of general cargo
and her cabin passengers number 100
with six steerugo pnsseiiKorH for this
Uesldos tho cargo on board the Wil
helmlua. which Includes bevon auto
mobiles, six for von Hamm-Yoiing
Company mid one for Schuman Car
riage Company, there nro 83 ' pack
ages of express and CG sacks of coast
1-or llllo tho liner has 2,400 toiiH
or general cargo making her total
freight for Hawaii S.400 ioob. '
Tho acrobatic show being given
In the new Orpheum by a Filipino
company drew a big crowd to tho
j Initial performance last night. All
me nationalities of cosmopolitan Ha
waii wero represented In tho audi
ence, many Japanese, following thel.'
natural liking for acrobatic stunts,
being present, and nlso quite a num
ber or hnoles, with n scattering
member from the other races repie
Tho show was a very good one ot
Its kind and some of tho most dif
ficult ot tho acrobatic! nets called
forth considerable applause. One ot
tho actors showed thnt Is was not
nn Impossible, thing to eat such del
icacies sb lamp chimneys unci
needles. He apparently devmued
the portions furnished him with as
much relish us the crowd did his
act. Other features were trapeze
Blunts and the building of hutuaL
pyramids. Another performance 1
to be given this evening.