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CHOICE - KAIMUKI
llnnnllnu Mated. f ,
TUE8DAYS , , j.'
Oceanic First Degree,
Hnnulluu .Second Degree
8ATURDAYI ..J, ,'J,
All Tliltlog members of Ui
Order re cordially Invited to
attend r?jetlng of local lodge
f Meet on the
2nd and, 4th
7:30 P. M.
uidiuc cuciuLCBet Members of
HABMONY LODQE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening, at
1:30 In I. O. 0. T. Hall, Forfc-Stroot;
',' B. It. HENDRY, SecretsryV
9 H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets everj first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort, and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM, JONES, 0, 0
O. F. HEINE, K. It. B.
HAWAIIAN' TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0, B, M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days' ot each non th. at Knights of
rythlas Hall. VlKltlng brothors cor
dially. Invited to attend.
'A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
H. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
,7:30 o'clock In K, of P. Hall, cornor
Uqretanla and Fort streets.
. Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. . -
m"L4' w n- RLBY. w. p.
.r WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 010, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodgo No. RIB, H. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near rort, every Friday ovo
nlng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
y JAS. P. DOUGHERTY, K. It.
- OEO. T. KLUEPCL, Bee. ,
YJL McKJNLEY lODQE.'NO. 8,
p i & ot?
jLlIeets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng.ftt 7:30, o'clock In K. ot P,
ilalir cor. Fort and neretanla. VJslt
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
E. A. JACOHSON. K. n. 8.
Chas. R. Frazicr
Phone 1371 122 Kine St.
' Weekly Bulletin $1 pur juir.
Sold Three Yesterday.
Balance Priced at $150.00
HAVE A KODAK
with )im and miiko n riituro
pleasuro it the unnojnnccs
ot tlio moment.
"Kodaqs from $5 to $100
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
PORT ST.. BELOW HOTEL
ARTS "AND CRAFTS SHOP
Young Hotel Building
FILMS AND CAMERAS
: -Gurrgy's, Ltd.
City and Suburban
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
I offer for Immediate, sale, n largo
T. nd (1, HOUSE at Knp.ihulu, Knl
mukl. Corner lot, 10,000 sq. ft. Two
bedrooms; modern pluinhlng; good
toll; stone fenco. Perfect title. Orig
inal cost, 12900: now J 1300.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. King Street Waity Building
Systematizer, Notary Public, Agent
ti Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Tntpmreter And Translator
OFFICE-fJudiciary Bide. HOURS,
u a. m. to d. m.
Just tho thing
for school girls
llu Met I u Caiforhll lioom Plume
2185. Iln lie tin Dullness Office
LOCAL 'AND GENERAL
The tablet a sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice ns large
ns the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, 14 per hour, howls Stable.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The I'.ncoro.
A Jordan's Dig Sale next neck
I.nccs -will bo the Ic-iillng feature.
Rudolph Sprcckcls nud Clcorgs
riolph aro among tho passengers on
Harry Howard Ih In plllkln through
getting mixed up in u row with Hon
Nlopcr. Tho latter Is In tho hospital,
and Howard Is locked up nt tho po
Ilco station pending tho recovery of
the man ho Ih alleged to havo done
An order to bIhiw c.iuso why ho
should not be punished for ronlemp'
was Issued this morning ntc ilnsl S.im
ucl Wallace who has failed to pay
rounscl fees of $50.00 to hH wlfo's
attorney u connection with her action
Republicans In llio new precinct at
Wuhlana are planning to organize, a
club ami lako a prominent part In
tho campaign uud aro iccelvlng nails
tanco fiom tho central committeo In
getting started, W. M. Teniplclou of
Wnhlnwa was a visitor at Republican
headquarters Ihta morning, bringing
the news that out of I ho twcnty-flvJ
or more votes that will probably ho
registered, tho RepuLllcm tlckot
should bo voted by a big majority.
Secretary A. D. Cooper ot tho Ter
ritorial Central Committeo has ie
celled a loiter fiom Kauai stating that
ovcij thing Is looking good for n Ho
pufjllcan victory on llio Garden Isl
and, Tbcro was some- dissatisfaction
after tho convention over tho super
visors' and sheriff's nomination, but
this will bo straightened out and, tho
Republicans will work together for
an overwhelming vote.
n a 1 r An'
Tho following h tho Suproms Court sic, E. S Will on, J. W 'Robertson
calendar for tho October term: Mrs. J W Robertson, Miss Until Rob
In tho matter of tho proceedings of qrtson. Miss Mnrjorfq Robcrthou, Mas
tho Ci .nut Jury of tho Kli.it Judicial, tcr John Robertson.
Circuit of tho Territory of Hawaii
for tho January 1910 term, Efroi to
Circuit Judge, First Clicult. Kluuey,
llallnu, Prosscr U Anderson and A S.
Hiimplirt'y.i ft;r plaintiff ln-crror. At
torney GeucruL-aud John W Cathcirt
William O. Smith, it nl., Truatccs
v. Alexander L'ndatiy, Jr. Attorney
General. Appeal from Circuit Judge
First Clicult, Kluuey, Rulloii, Pressor
& Anderson 'for plaintiffs uppellees.
Holmes, Stanley A. Olson for defon-ilan'-nppUlnnt
Terrlioiy o? Hawaii v. Wong Chow
Excoptlons froip Circuit Court, First
Circuit. .1 W, Calhcart nnd F W
Mllvcrton for plalntlff-appellee loon
M Straus for defendant-appellant.
wli. ii,.ii..ti.. i ,.;, ,,k
A meeting of tho Republican Club,
I irbt Precinct, I nurtii Ulstrtct, win
take plaeo on Tuesday ovening, Oc-
tobcr 4, 1910, at 7-30 o'clo.k, at
Alllolanl College, All Ropubllcnns
reeldlng In tho precinct me earnest-
ly requested In attend, llufdness of
U A. DOUJIllTT, President.
F II. KILIIEY, pecrotnry?
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HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, OCT.
Our Now Phono Number Will Ho
City Transfer Co'.
Monday, Oct. 3.
S. H. Manchuria, Dixon, from Ban
RkS 8 C. Allen, from Poll Town
Monday, Oct. 3
B. S Mantbiiil.i, for Yokohnina, p.
Stmr. Nocau, for Kiui.il poi's, S p
in Foreign port
.Mnnd.iv, Oclolier '!, I!)I0.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct.
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ailAAB UAH lOH-MTIvcu ucl. a:
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IIONOII II-Arrlved Act 3: Selir.
,!n,t,,u?,"l "I", ', n ,r: a
PIIlLAI)i:LUUl(-,rrived Oct. 2: 8p.
- TV. ZSW ":, u,' " .
T .7. . i i iT . . I
Tomashlba at Koko: damage slight.
Per-S. 8. Manchuria, from San Fran
Cisco. 9ct. 3Mlss Eva llclts, Mrs
Kmtnn C. Iludbamn, Miss A Riles Ilu
clianan, Mr Jphn I.. Chatterton, Mlm
O'aco Crockett, Mrs I- O. Dulscnber,
J. K Farley, IloV, Fa'her Jean O
rcroiu,- I. lent, James I), Ollmer, Mrs
.1 Ifrilarilsou, Mrs. C. E. Ilalght and
Infant, MiiBtcr Wlnthrop Ilntght, Miss
It HiirfN, Rev Fathor C. Ilolzem, F.
K Howard mid valet, Scnntor C J
Hughes, Rcrnld Hughes, Mrs. Herald
Hughes, I,. M,.Huglics, Miss C. M. Kel
ly, Miss Kuplolnnl Kawananakna. MIbs
I.illu Knunninaldm, Henry Macon
dray. Miss II. Mirybury. Miss I! May
bury and cbnhflciir Roscou II. McCul
loch, James U McLean, Miss Helen
Mclnn, Miss Carrlo .McLean, Miss I
K. Mutch. Mrs. 8. Roh. (I. H Shaw.
Pajmastcr II E. Slovens, U. S. N
Mis. II K. Stevens, Miss Snrub U
Slovcbs, Miss MarlclII Stevens", Chas.
N. Stevens, A. It. Traphig'n, Louis R.
Wallace. Win. Wu'cihouso, Mrs. JL
V Wleluniin, II. F. Wlchman. II. F.
m iliiiiiiiiI if ttltllllull. ll I
Kidder. Jus. Datslc, Mrs. Jns. I)ail
llor lflc IVntutn Ktru Ina M iiln
....... ,., ....... ..un., .... ., u.o. ,u.f,v;
Mlss Margaret Dnrsle. Win. W. Dap
M0L0KAI WILL NOT
No politicians will visit tho set
tlement ut Molokal, according to tho
present outlookt- On Saturday aft
ernoon Chairman A, L. C. Atkinson
of Inn Republican central committeo
rccbTvc'd n ' vvlrelcss meBSdgo from
Chairman Ilaldwln, on Maul, advis
ing against requesting President
Mott-Smlth of tho Hoard of Health
for permits to visit tho settlement.
Tho Republicans and Homo Rul-
Atrt tlfitfA nlnAArll ntrvnlflArl IIiaIh tstll-.
campaign In Molo-
1(a though tJe DomocratB nre
8"!1 to ho heard from, It Is believed
that they will not object to tho samo
.enurBo. Complaints havo nrlsqn oyer
' lil.ndvlsed sneechei In the past. This
morning Chairman Atl.lnwm notified
,,rCH(et Mott-Smlth that tho Ro-
miu-a)II, rfr- willing to btny nway
H Ul0 otilcrH wnl do e0,
. M ,
For distilled water, Ulro's hoot
THer and "nil ' other popular drinks.
nine up Phono 2171. CninnHflnteil
J The public Is no! ed to pass vonl
' upon ftio broad, cakos nnd toA mi
J.'by Iho Palm. Cafo, '
Only a Few Left.
(Jae. 11. Love)
Per 8. S Mauna Kea, Tucsdiy. Oct
4, for Maul nud Haw?ll ixirts Mrs,
I,. Aknl MIS3 Sarah Mooklul, T Aim
tin. O. W. Dennett and wife, Mrs. W.
Aillngton, Mis E. II Abu. Dr. W C.
Wn'Btin and wife, MIbs draco Storcr,
Mrs. Watson. U. It. Wallace Mrs. V
It. D.i. Mlrs .1. N. Irwin II. J. !-
man ami wife, Mrs. Swift Mlas Swift,
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mrs. Powers. Mlsi
D II. Case, C, A. Durns, J. J. Sullivan,
Mrs. J. C. Hell, James C. Sumner, It.
tS. Hosmer, S. A. Simpson, It. Smith,
.A. O. McNeill. T. M Chmch mill fam
(lf II Pfwlrntl nn.l wlfo 1. A Knil
Mrs. (len. Oldlng and child, Miss M.
IC. Uurli'ls, Mu. K. M. Pond A. Medcl
lbs and family. Mrs. Wm. Wright and
,laKllter Wlll Tll0I1)ps011 n,j wlfc.
t)r. J W. Rnberlson and family, Jolui
Slnl, Joo aaIt, U- J Lori, ,, on
"'- Corwl.i, Miss II. Do Fries, Mrs.
. ,, fl 0 wf ' Cnrr,
"is C. G. Ilodenfeld, Jl.s. Ko. cr and
clillil, A. R Traphagen, R. H. McCuI'
,0c) ,, g wRmii ,, ma ,
,, -.... ., , ,. rilniiertnii.
i Per stmr. Klnan. for Kauai ports
. , . . . .- ... .
Oct. 4. II. Waggoner, C, W. Chin.
Kim Fook, J( K, Farley, A, Krnjcwskl,
A Lcwassor, J. P Sllva, Mrs. Ilcrtha
Knu, M. Mcndoza and vvlfe.
Pet S 8. I.urllno for San Franclsca
Oct. I John Williams and family, II
I). Whliflcld, Geo. Argnll and vvlfo, J.
A. Smith, V Mulr, J. C Kershaw, 8
II, Tliompfon nnd wife. Miss L. Dos
moud, Mrs. I,. DCBiuoud, Mrs, R. 11.
I unglon, Miss Ethel Edwards, Miss II
Per 8. 8. Manchuria for Oriental
potts, Ort. 3 Mrs. N. II Hojt, tl. M.
Nclll, M"bb Marlon Mill. U. C. Aor
F. I,. 'lloock and wire, Mrs. O, Clem
ent. A. F. PflUncr, Illsbop Hoifda, A.
Mails urn hup ul Honolulu, fron
points as follows: ' '
San Francisco Per Manchuria, Oct
Ifrom Yokohnina Per Mongolia, Oct
From Vancouver Per Mnkura, Oct.
From Sjdnoy Per Maraiua, Oct, 14,
Malls will depart for 'ths-'fo'l wini
points ns follows:
Snn Frnnclsco Per t.urllne, Oct. 1,
San Franclreo Mongolia. Oct 8.
Yokoh'ama Chlyo Mnru, Oct. 11,
Vlctoi;la Makuru, Oct 11,
San Frnnclsco Wllhclmlnu, Oct 12.
Salt Francisco Sierra,, Oct, 12.
Dix nt Manila.
Loguu enrouto to Manila,
Sheridan enrouto to Honolulu
S'hcrnuin at San Francisco.
', WA.TERFRONT NOTE8
'Tho Norwegian fielghtor Torsdal,
which brought a cargo of coal tfroni
Nw'C-"8'!o for tho Inter-lBlanil 'stenhi
Navigation Company, Jins movod.fioin
tho coal bunker vvh,arf to railroad
wharf to discharge tho remainder tit
bar cargo. Her place nt tbo bunkers
has been tnken by tho llrltlsh freight
er Ardmount which has begun dis
Iito today tho frelntitqr Arizonan
will sail for Siillnu Cruz via Ishnd
und cpast porls. Iho steamer will
tuko but little oirgo fmm ports of
tho Islands ou her teluii) o Iho Piel
215 edltorhl roomt, 2250
business ofllie. These nre the tele.
plfoile nTiiiiberiT vf the II it 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Mo ii ' i . Ti i i ii ti.i'
MANCHURIA BRINGS LIGHT, it -CARGO
ON fifflIT TRIP
MANILA TAKES ALL FORiORlENT EXCEPT 300 TONS
MUCH AMMUNITION INCLUDED IN STORES FOR GOV
ERNMENT IN PHILIPPINES' ALL VESSELS TO FAR
EAST ARE LIGHT. ,
That tho ships ot tho Pacific Mull
nro not carrying much cargo to tho
Orient Is evidenced by tho condition
of tbo holds of the Manchuria, which
arrived In port this morning from San
Of the 3,007 tons tnKeri out of Snn
Francisco, 2500 tons tiro for Manila
nnd thlsi cargo Is nearly nil army nnd
navy stores for the troops and ships
in the' Islands, Including 3,000,000
rounds of small-arm ammunition.
Olio ship of tho Paclllc Mall makes
Manila each month and that vessel
has n largo consignment of freight
for urmy nnd navy under a contract
nearly a ) car old no .v.
Resides tho cargo for Manila and
Honolulu on board tho Manchuria this
trip, her cargo destined for1 Yoko
hama, Kobo, Nagasaki and Hongkong
nnynints to but little more than :'01
Dcforo tho contract with the gov
ernment for carrying supplies, tha
ships of both tho P. M. and T. K. IC.
nindo Manila alternately, but Blnco tho
contract went Into effect tho P. M.
alotio has mailo that port with tho ex
ception of ona trip by tho Chlyo Mnru
a few vvcoks ngo.
For months tha Oriental stcjiupri
leaving San Frnnclico have bee a
traveling light ns far ns freight I
concerned, but their return trlps'frnm
tho Far East havo In a. way! partly
made up for this lack of outnard
Another Report. , .,
A'giln tho report is 'current that
tho turblno stenmers Yalo nnd liar
nro to como to tho Paclde for
roast trndo. It being urtdorstool
Hint Instead of being tied up for llio f01. ,i10 coat nt gx n lho mCllng.
winter they will bo sent niomnj th3i ,
Horn for this purposo. i.oad for Atlantic.'
For months It has been riimnrnl; Four of tho crack windjammers ply-
Hint these oil burning turbines which ng nround tbo Horn, nro under orderi
have piled between Iloston mid Ne ( qni hero for tho Atlantic coast In
Yoik for tbrco jcars were coming (u tho' near futuro. ' Tho .ships William
the Pacific, ami under dale of Sop 4 i-rye( n, Mpjiclpi, Dlrlgo nnd Ed
tcmher 23 tbo roport conies ngiln Rnrj Bewail hnvo ordora to tako on
from Now York to this effect. J Hnwullnn cargo for Dclawaro Drcak
At that tlmo no confirmation could, water.
be; obtained from iho Metropolitan! fat
Company owning tho vessels', but It Orders Received,
was staled that the vessels would lioj Roth tho frcl3htorsAriinount nnd
put on another run nnd no't bo tied up Toi'sday which mo discharging coal
for Iho winter. from Newcristlo brought for (ho Inter-
M j Island Company havo locclveij'ordors
For Volcano Trip. ' Ei;h of those) Vcssolu upon completion
When tho Mniina Koa sails for Maul of discharge hero will proceed to
nnii Hawaii pons tomorrow morning,
nt ten o'clock thoro will bo ou hoarlj
a lirgo number of passehgers anion?
vvhom nio, n party otjgjx persons who!
catno in on the Mancuurin today an n arrived today wucn tho llrltlsh frclKli'
who reserved nccomir.odatlons by or Kllchattan In command of Captain
wlrelois. Thoso who will mnko tho Uno m rived from Norfolk. The ves
Irln nro A R. Traphagen. It, H. Mo-,sel brpught u full cargo which will
Culloch. E. S. Wilson, If. F, Kidder, bp discharged nt pno of tho naval
a. ii. urcmur.uiiu a, )a iuuiivriun.
Matson to Haekfeld Wharf
Ry nn arrangement with Supt. o'f
Public Works tho Matson Navi
gation Company will In tho futliro uso
tho Hackfcld wharf for all their veV
sols, and the prcBont wharf used' by
this company will revert to the go-
It Is undorstooii that tho shed, on
tho Hackfold wharf will jo built noar -
1 to tho roadway giving n covtred
area 900 (tct long Instead of 350 ns
'pmces,' will bo equipped ou tho
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Hackfcld wharf and ns this wharf is
cqulppc'il with a pipe liiio tho vessels
enn take on oil whllo working cargo.
At this Vvharf two Vtcamcra of tho
lino can Ilo alongsldo at a tlmo and
both discharge cargo Into Iho now
At Coast Ports.
Cable advices fioih coast ports aro
to iho effect that fcovoral vessels hao
arrived from nnd'saled to Island portH
within tho last.lhroQ. itajs. jt Mon
terey tho steamer Rosccraus arrived
from this port on Filday,.tho Virgi
nian arrived at Seattle front San
rrauclscq ou Saturday and vtlll sail
for Ilbnolulu, nt Son FrnnclSco tho
Asia and llllonlan arrived Ssturday
tbo former from Honolulu anditho lat
ter from Hllo. and tho Sierra sailed
Tho barkentlno Bcnocla arrived ut
Seattlo from Hllo ycstciday,
Tim transport Sherman which salli
from San Francisco on Wednesday
bound for Manila is taking a largo
amount of nrmy stores, Included In
her cargo Is 4,000 sacks of flour, 2,000
sacks 'of sugar nnd '200 tons of gon
oral stores. Thcro will bo 900 troops
on board tho Sherman leaving San
Tomorrow will bo a busy day on
thp waterfront as from ten In the
morulhg-dntll six Intho ovening thero
I nro to. be six sailings, flvo ot them
for Island ports. Tho MlKanala, mm
Klmit nnlT nl flvn n'rlnpk llln lnin,n
Kca t t0qV, IhoUelcno and Nllhau
, " nn,iv,,,- i.,rin , ,,
Ocoiui Island to load guano,
coal for Navy,
Mora coal from tho Atlantic, coast
Off to Ksuaf,
'Tojnorrow ufternoon (ho Inter Island
BteRiner Klnnu 'is duo to Ball" from
IIUW.IIHII ior puns in me uarden Isl-
and, "Tlio 'Kln'au takes fifteen nassen.
gers and a general cargo for ports of
' 'y s .
Lumber from Coast, ' '
l Full cargo of luuibci' has irrlved
by the bark S. C. Allen from tho coaBt.
The bark brought a large 'amount ot
lumber Including n diokjoad consign-
e-d to'Allen and Robinson,
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'id wlt4t tALius:l
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