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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. SATURDAY, OCT. 22, lfllO.
Honolulu ruitr licgulnr
rRIDAYt tL m.
All visiting members at ths
Order are cordially invited to
attend meeting! of local lod jet
; Meet-on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
1. i.... i ..
miiuF 2Rfite ne t?muvi T
L , otner "amo
ASSIATWl cmtion, cor
i HAHMONY, LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i U liters' tevexy Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. V. Hall, Fort Street.
( . . 'B. n. HENDUY. Secretary.
W 'H. K. McCOY, Noble Grand.'
i All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDGE, No. 1, X. of P.
' ' Meeta every first and third Frl-
1 Uay oveulng at 7:30In K. of P. Holt,
' corner rurt and Deretanla. Visiting
J brother cordially invited to attend.
1 WM. JONES. C. C.
p O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
ays of each month at Knights of
Pythias Halt. Vteltlng brothers cor
silally Invited fo attend. -
A. L. EAKIN. Sichetn.
, E. V. TODD, 0. ol It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, V. 0. E
'I' Meets on the 2nd anrf-iifrVKD-NEi'DAY
evenings of each month- at
3:J0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
kjeremnla and Fori siresis.
YUftlns Eagles ars Invited to at
tend, ta -t W. n. iuley. w. p.
V v" WM. C. McCOY, .Sec.
S3 HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu1 lodge No. 1. B. P. O.
KlkHjvrnoets in their hall, en Klnc
0HtftJel.' near 'F6rt, every Friday eve-
14 iHigr-.VUlttnB Brothers are cordially
invited" to 'attend.
u- JAH. D. DOUGHERTY, E. U.
1 GEO. 3 KLTJEQEU See.
auar'sra. mokinlei lodge, no. 8,
j ' -. ? of 'gt
C r Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
M . .. T.sn AVloek tn K. of P.
lIlalI, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit-
is lB. brothers cordially 'inviiou w
H. A. TAYUJK, C. u
1 E.' A. JACOBSOK, K. R. S,
'- TIpholtred Remodeled and
The Right Way
I mm ,& co.,
. . Limited
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'Complete Office Fixtures
?"iToiJniedlaU, delivery. Addrert P.
V A. Allen, a oteran purser on
tho Pacinc Mali liner Knrcn, better
known to thousand of Iran Pacific
trailers nnd to shipping nnd business
men of two continent as "ltllllo" noon
to become a benedict, forsnko n life
on the bounding wave to lake up tlio
qutot porsult of n ro'licd rancher. In
the minor that has swept the Epnct'
ous promenade dock, of the Koivn for
n urpk nasi.
To see nilllo Allen ndoralng n hack.
ground oilier thin that of the deck
of n steamer or tho office of n purser
Is n plctnra lint is or illfllcult tn
Imaglno hy llm host of frleniln of the
genial Pacific Mall officer nt the port
of Honolulu ,
Neerthelos, Damn Ilumor has
been exceedingly busy In juggling
with the name of Purzcr Allen and
lh.it of lb" wealthy nnd beautiful
nleeo of a big ranrli owner on tho
The lhdy In riutRtlon Is n passenger
on hoard the Kure.i ninl Is returning
with that eo nfter almost two
enrs touring of tho world, n con
sldcrnblo portion of tho tlmo belnt
spent In the Far Hast.
It wns not until tho lines 11 ml been
rant off and the Korea Fwung around
Into tho stream preparatory to taking
up the myage tl Sin Francisco that
a parthl cilflcitlon nf the storj of
Llttlo Dan Cupid's compi'st w 11 forlli
coming A few Intlmito Irlends of
Turner Allen claim to l.svo b-on let
Into tho little secret Just before the
((earner departed for the coist tit noon
Tho popular purser lion nlwaTS been
considered proof ngilnst tho Insld'ous
llttlo darts nliot from tho Inn h' the
Deity of I.oe v
The only way that the affair can ho
accounted far Is that It m n case of
the lime, the place, nnd the girl, nnd
"lllllle'' thereforo decided that thn llfi
of a land lubber under such happv
conditions could hardly bo nut aside
It Is claimed that Mr Allen will
lead his lieantlful and accomplished
brldo to tho nll.ir soon following the
arrival of tho Korea nt Bin Frnnclsco.
, , OF HILO WHARF
, , i
Now Direction Thought to Be
of More Commercial Value,
According to the plan which ha3
been made for tho wharf of the llllo
Railroad Company, the new struc
lure will occupy, an entirely differ
ent position from that which wns
riroposed at the time or tne meeiiiu;
on harbor lines In this ilty. Mr. I..
A. Thurston, when ho arrived e
terday. brought with him n map
showing a new plun Tor tho wharf.
In which the location Is shown as
lvlnc at almost right angles to tho
former location. Tho start would
be made from certain property now
undor lease to Cnrl 8. Smith, and
Just toward llllo from tho Metiger
lease, and would run fioni there out
towards tho breakwater.
Mr. Thurston stnted that the plan
which had been proposed nt flrkt
had been considered, and on nc
count of the depth of the wntcr and
M.. rhnrncter of the bottom, as
found In the borings mado by En
gineer Ilowell, n suitable ( wharf
could not be buldt nnd bo 'n com
mercial success. On this a-rount
the plan would have to ho changed
Hawsll Herald. I
Edward H. Sonlhworth was today
appointed administrator of Iho cstale
of Harold Lord on petition or Mary
tnhiitnn Tim estate, Is valued llt-SS2
in cssh'nnd tho only heir Is George
BIG YALUES IN
,v-f jSl Fi ""f' - '
The followinj; special offenRs make this fact plainer and
stronger .than ny woi'ds can: '-s. -
Swiss Kmbroideriesi Flouncings
. Sale Price.
10a vard 5a yard
15o yard 10o yard
oriA 'cii-a. . . .1fl.l2t.o vnrdl
25o yard t...15o yard $1.25 yard $ -00 yard
30s yard iS-20c yard!
35c yard 20o yard!' 1.50 yard , - .00 y"a
40o yard 30c yard)
45c yard 30c yatd g.00 yard..... . 1.25 yard
rtrin vnr.1 35 40e vard
05o yard 40o yard'
75c yatd 50o yard
OOo yard 05c yard
Fort Street, opposite Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 per hour, Lewis Hintiles.
Ilithcl St. Hurl. Stand, I'linun H.V2.
Try a rnne of Plnectnr. It Is pure.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is nest at The Encore.
Territorial Forester Uulpll llo'tner
Is busy distributing tiees for Arbor
All rcninnnta left nvor from Jordan',
sale will be rloscd out at barralna
A II Dondero left on the Koruu to
day for San rrnticlsio on n three
veeks business trip.
Whitney & Mnrsh hao Just receiv
ed their French Jrlniinlngs, which
thej nro now busy marking out.
Tho ollns booths throughout the
city hnve nil been painted Tha ctdor
Is a pretty green trimmed with white.
Fur distilled wutvr. Hues hoot
lleer and nil other popular drinks
King up rhone 2171. Cimfolldated
Soda Works. '
Nearly everyone knows that llnl-
nler IHer lastis better nnd Is moro
healthful than nny other beer In tho
tropins. Its aUolute purity makes It
Ecr Honolulu lady will he Inter
ested In the beautiful new Hues of
laco shirt wntols nnd sweater coatA
now hi lllni; nt Ynt Hint's, Hotel St ,
near Fort '
'Tlio iuift l.ookfl nro to bo found
nt 'he store of M. 11 Arlclgh & Co,
Hotel near 1'ort.ii Every mall brlnrx
the newest books nnd ou can find
the liniH talked about there.
The exipiliilte flavor of Cascade
(linger Ate, nppua)H fo the imlnte. Or
der n case nnd know what (linger Ale
renllyi Is. Rycmt's Fountain Sodil
Works," Tt-leplidno 22"o7
Hond Anit'-prrvato driveway con
stiuctlon by men who umltirtund the
work. Engineer In rhnrKe. Hstl
timatea furnished. P. M. Pond, con
tractor, Telephone 2890.
If you are having trouble getting
your Eorvnntff to keep u clean house
help them to get tho I 'an ka II aim
bnblt. It Uc.tmr without rubbing
Your grocer will supply ou
There's no getting nround It n
drink from n good, old-fnshloned sti In
tastes twlco us good lis a gluss of the
hiuno liquid. Order n stein nt the Pn
cl(la.,Siiloon, King nnd .N'nuami pts.
Jordan's big sale resulted In nn'nc
euiniilitlon of lots of en Is of -'silks,
laces, dress goods, shirtings, etc., they
havo 1hiii nil nisasnred up nnd will
be closed oul ery elifop next week.
Itcv. A. O. McKover. who hn3 r--
slgned vns pastor of the Chrlstl-Mi
church, will l.i for the in. 1 1 nl ft ml
with his wife, on November 8, No
Burcessnr has been named. UV.
Mr. McKecver leaves bernnse nt tho
III health of his wlfo's parents.
Secretary of Trrtllory E, A. ?.fott
Smith leturned this morning from Mo
loknl whero ho made an Inspection
ns president of thn Hoard nf Health.
He also visited Wnlliiku. Puiinnnoaud
Ijihntnn during bis absence from tho
In tho near future the Volcnno pns-'
i,eugers taking tho trnln from llllo to
Glenwool will travel In n big automo
bile bus which utrendy has been ord
ered by the Volcnno Stables to hnndlo
this trnfllc and which will have a ca
pacity of cither Blxtecn or twenty pas
Kolll. a Hawaii was feentenred M
thirty days' lull h Judge Andrado till
morning The accused was found
guilt of having nssiulted a mnn nam
cd Cypher, and tho results wero far
from nil: Cipher Is now figuring out
when ho will bo nhle to get outtof tho
hospital whero ho was taken nfter K
had done his fine work.
A Wild Vist Show, with Improve
ments. Is being talked of at Hllo. to
take pluco on Now Years' Day. Olllo
I. Shlmiian of the Kosnu ranch, and
Oenrge lllch?rdson nre two of thoswij
who ait) thinking cf this pUn, thoiuh
no deflnllo steps hao ot Iwn tnken,
owing In the fact that with tho xill
tte.il campaign nt hand, Ihora Is llttlo
time for iinythlng clso. Still it serins
fairly cnjtalu that something of thli
'kind will bo tukon up..
Thirty to 42 inclicj wide.
2 50 yard 1.75 ywd
3.00 yard 2.25 yard
Our New Phone Number Will He
Jrit Trailer Co. (J.is. H. Love)
'ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT.
KOREA CARRIES A FEW UNDESIRABLES SCHOONER
, tMARST,0N BREAKS RECORD FOR BIG SHIPMENT OF
HARDWOOD RAILWAY TIES TO COAST MAUNA KEA
'BROUGHT. LIGHT LIST OF PASSENGERS AN,D FREIGHT.
Hlii'don Inirnlcratlnn has sufforcd ,i
teni)ouiry slump tircordlng to I ufo-! pieces or lumber. Purser Philips re- T- Heller, Mrs,. F. Hnyashlda, W. L.
million brought to Honolulu limn thoCiort',llio Rteanur Kami nt Hllo tho Koano. Master 8 Kawnnlshl, A. J.
Orient by tho P.iclllc Mill liner Ko- lleleno nt Ookala nnd liasscd the Ml- ,le S", Mrs A. J. do Soma. Miss
rea. knbnla nnd Claudlno ouroute to Island r- '1" S0""- T- Takah.ishl, Miss M.
'Ihe Rteamthln nrriicd from Hong- norlB. ' ..iH.siV. Wilson, II. Wllknmp II. Wlrtz.
Kong unit tho .lapauere
day uttnrnnon nnd tuning Ihrco hull
ilro.1 and flfl Anlalle pisscnrrrs rav
cllng In the nteerago but n lonely half
dozen Hint ImlHns wero toiiud.
The Korei steamed nerosi thn lent;
le of tho Pacific with a rathe; light
list or cabin passonse a. Upon nfr
llval hole but flftj thrfo wcio found
enrolled. , An eixuil nunilier will Join
tho sh'lp nt'thfs iiort for San Frnn
Cisco. , ,
"It's beenltlmoly trip and wo bao
a flno crowd of iiassongersy was the
rejoinder from Purser Illlllo Allen who
I. ' i - .!.. .11
in uiiv ui ivvt iiiuii null u ill liilC'llil
to at least n half dozen ills' luct nnd
separata matters at one and tho sani"
timo and wunr it smllo tint Blmplv
wont wear off (Ither by tho action or
Throoj passcngors will Vomn'n nl
Hnholiilu. T. J. Van Clovo Is the
travo'ing stewnrd conmeted with Iho
1'aclflc Mali Stoamthlp Company. 113
has been In Uia East looking hit uWt
lem connected with bis depirtment.
Ho will remain oer at Honolulu until
tho nrrhsl oMhe Mongolia.
.Alfred .Harrison Is complttlng n tour
nf the, lOrlont, Ho Ih ,necomiinled
b- his niece. Miss Ethel K Harrison.
Hrlgadlcr General Il.imsey D. Pottn
who has been1 commanding the do
partment of Luzon, Philippine Islands.
He Is on his way homo whero ho Is
In bo retired (n tho early part of
November Ills roMromfnt will eauso
tho promotloivor Colonel Macomb who
will come tn Honolulu tn nssumn com
mand or tho cjv district of Hawaii
Messrs. Fcrjiajjl, Hollyer and Oott
lleh nro tra men whrf nro rcturnliu
to the mainland after romplillng c
tensho purchases or Iho presen' sea
The Korea Is currying n largo nnd
valuable cargo to tho mainland In nil
dltlon In tho neally fourteen hundred
tuns that lime been 1cft at Honolulu
Tho shipment for tho. tlnlled Sln'es
Includes a quanlltj of silk, 101 and
there Is one half million of'ec!o rnr
Gin Francisco. '
Hllo Shipping. '
Shipping at thotport or llllo nt' tho
time- or df partnro nf tho stoinier Ma
nna Kea Included tho Matron Nal
gallon steamer Hnlerprlso from Hiu
hrnnclsco hy the way of Honolulu.
This vossol has dlchargcd four bun
dred tons of freight and Is expected
will Hill for Mahiiknnn on Hmidiv
thoic-lo tako on five bundled Ions
or slum ror llmncoast. Tho Amorinu
schoonor Unrcalls silled on Weilnfs
da ror tho roast Inking ballast only.
On tho morning ot tho namo V ty(!th
schooner W. II. Marr.ton departed lor
flendnndn taking Iho largest shipment
of hirdwooii railway tlon rorlhUped
fioni that port.
More Tonnage for North Pacfle.
Two now ntonmboatH, tho Ottorlc
nil Meorlo, tif tho Weir Stoamt.hlp
Company, now loading at Cnnllff and
Glasgow, rospoelluly, will soon1 stait
on their long passage to Pitgot Sound
whuro lliey will bo lidded tn tho Wat
eibouso line to the Orient. The Or
lerlc Is taking on coal nt Cardiff tot
Valparaiso and other Chilean pnrlH.
whllo tho I.uce(lr wll tako a genoral
raigo fioni Glasgow and Liverpool
In ficiltle nnd'BilHih Ooltimhla pn)ls.
from Ban Pranolceit to Sydney Direst
Hlr .lamps Mills, founder nnd 'prosl
dent nf Iho Union Stoatnthln floin
pnny, will ropia to Ann Funolsoo to
roirtplfte arrangements Willi the
Oeeunln Btoainshlp Company for Iho
establishment if nn naency for the
lino nf two vessfls I hit the Union
Compiny will soon Inaugurate between
San Francisco and tho Colonies Tho
Mourners Anrangl nnd Mnltnl nr be
Ing iivorliniiled for tho run nnd nrs
now nt Wellington, N, Z,
Mauna Kea Brouoht Few Passenoers.
A fair sized list or passengers nnd
n' light shipment of freight nrrUed
wMh the stemier Mauni Koi from
Hllo this morning, Tho cargo Inciiul
e.i cnnsliiiiments of bides nwn, fish
cord wood, clilokcn3, eijetableii, 219
iic.nl Vjieon 201 nkes sundries nnd r.7R
It Is reported that arrangements nrj,
under wny for tho charter b thu'Ca-
nadlaii .Moxlc-in Pnclllc lino of two hilling, .liulgo c r. parsons. J. r0'
lleaine:s ui; on (bo other sldo of Iho pier, T I.lshman, J, Jlurd. O. L Snm
Const. This lino Wns rcconllv orgin-Jiion -Mrs. II. II. Browtf, Jr. nnd child,
l?od to tako ocr (ho servl?co main- Mrs It. Mossinnn, W. P Nngnln, W.
tallied by the Cana.lla.i Mexican lino Cullcn. Mrs N. T. Nelson nnd son
on Iho Piclflc. A railMldy of $30,000 Mrs. C. Kochs, Mrs. Aflagun II. nev'
a jcar Is gieii by tho Camdlm Gov! fridge A. M. Cabrlnba. Ilobt, While
ciirnent Tor tho rcrvlco,
Plenty of Dullness Report:d,
Unien .c- ciioKidit-niiBli wlm Invn nit
on nn Indopemlcat llu or Btenmern to
carry cargo to New Yotk, via Iho Istll
inns." In ctimnelltlon with the 1'nelflo
Mali Coinpiny nnnounccd on Hoptcm- Mia. 1. K. Jncolnon and 2 children,
bcr 27 that they now havo enough G. O Young, J A. linlch O. A. Men
c'drgo In right to nnliitalu n wf ekl ehearHnnd wife. Jns. Kaniil. M. J. Fas
!.rfMco, Insteid of hi monthly sailings, oth, J. W Donald, Major Willis. Jno.
is horotofoio chrdtilpil T. Baker A. W Ko'cli. M. It. Hogo,
ra In""! w"o. Wm llennlng. W. Kbcrllng,
awji.i. Du-,.. Bi..i I Mrs. J. P Cooke II. W. Itlco nnd wllo.
It. Is gentrallv i.nderslood In ship- li A. Motismmi J. uptneit. i. usi
Idn.; circles tint tho Ani-ilcnn sblH l ; ??;Z ",nn?i Z ,.
Allis nnd Astral, now on tho (Mast. " " " " " "
will be with tho big salmon incko ' nt,10, Znno wnfl nt0WPl, , ie ,)oUonl
fleet or tho Alnkn Packers' AbsocIt of tIl0 oaso, ,, on ucr llock nc
tlon. when tbey clenr from Sin rrtm -nr,.n. i rr.mrt hern trfii. rnnn.
clseo next year for Iho northern ran
Prcmetheue As An Oil Carrier.
Yard state tint
Mam Islmd Navy
a IMter ban been ro-
y offlciah nt Wash -
r.-hed from Nn
Inglon, Indicating thai tho Nny col-
ller Prometheus Is to bo conversed In'
to nn on carom
Coal for Honolulu
Coal to tho nmnnnt of about four
thousind tons Is on Iho way to Hono
lulu from Newcistlo N. S. W, by tho
steamship Kylemahr which Is retri
ed to hao sailed from tho Australlin
tort on last Tuesday
Tenyo Has Reached the Coast.
A cnblo reclved b Jho local binnch
of the Merchant's Kichnngo announces
Iho nrihul nt San Francisco eslei
di of tho .lapancso liner Tinn Maru.
Suriir on Hawaii.
Purser Philips or Ihe sloamor Ma
uni Ken lcporls bill llttlo sugar re-
., ,K..n .... '"-'?-:
malnlng on Hawaii awaiting shipment
tn Ilnuoliilii. At the time or tho tic
piilure ol tho steamer 17n snoks r-
muliied nt Hnnunpo while nt Pniiiluu
llieso lemalned 2100 sacks.
Charoe Datf Stowlnt, of Cargo.
AcordliiK tii nrepnit pnhllnhed In
ho Hawaii Horuld. Tlio carro or tho
For One Week Only
1 . . , . 7
Cooper's" Rure Qlive Oil
Regular Price',' 63c " "--1 - ",Sal'e'"!Piicfe, 50c
l M '
Lion Head Brand Standard Oysters
Lar'SizeVRefulaf Price, '25c " V' S,le Price, 20c
I Small Size, Regular
I I O'
Henry May & Co., Ltd., jgjSfiS
t.j til it- n .,
' ; J t 'A i t
frldsy, Oct. 21.
Hongkong ln Japan Kirts Knivi,
P. M, H. H., 4 p. m. i
Biturday, Oct. 22.
llllo via wny iorts Mnunn Koa,
stun , 7 n. m.
Hawaii ports Wallcle, 'ntmr., n. m
Saturday, Oct. 22.
Sin Francisco Knrcn, P. M. S. 8.,
1 PA88CNGERS ARRIVED
w . j
l'er V M, S. S. Korea, from Hong
Vciir nnd Japan portr.-For Honolulu:
Mrs. (1 H. Ilaker. Mrs. Iehl Townsend'
and Infant, J. T. Van Clove. Through:
Miss C. Adlcr, Miss II. M. Andrews,
Antonio Ayosi, Miss M Hurke, Chin
JAI Sum nnd servant. Miss Chun Fun
K(c J. H. Craven. Hov. I), n. Dnmcn-
'berg, Mrs. D. K. Datnonherg nnd In
fant, C. Dudley, Mrs II. W. Kmcr-
son. Kn Chlcn Yu nnd servant, i J. M.
Orover, Alfred Harrison, Miss Elhol
K Harrison. Mrs. It. J. Mcllrlde, Gen.
It. D PottR, Mrs. R. D. rolls. Floy
Peek, S C Itcat. It. nlchter. 1 Schal
ler. N C. Ssnlc, Miss A. II. Skinner.
8) dmy Smith. Mrs. Yuen Shu and
Infant. J B, Ileile, Mrs. J. 11. Heale,
Miss I.. M, Heale, Miss F. Belle, Z. (1.
Dunn, Mrs. Z. G. Dunn, F. E. Fernnld.
N (lo'tlleb, a. II. (lundorson, Mrs. G
B Onndnison Ai T. Hollyer. Mrp. A,
rnr stmr. Jiauna Ken, irom iiiio ano
way pons, Oct. 22. llruco Cartwrlght.
l'0'- ' Bnron, C. B. Ilofgnard. W. A,
Wall, O. II. Gere, M'rs A. Huber, Mrs
,lno. Detor, J Monsnrrntt, J M. Wy-
lie, C M l.o Blond, J A. Hughes,
Mrs. Geo. Icurgus, 2 children nnd
maid. S. B Fujljawn, I.nco Fnl. Noa
Alull, I.mn Ton Hon, I nm Hon Nam,
I- I-ulJIn. F. Mnddcn. P Otht. II. I.
Carslen J F. Woods, .las. T Tftlor,
,.,, ,pft ue(wccn thonies In the
hold and tho deck lor n man tn walk
upright. H thefo li nny truth In this
It Is no wonder that sho snrnni' nlenlt.
Gcrman shIp jjFokei1i
, t,r,lr i.i r,. .-
null and ro
rrnllB t0 t,0 r01Rti rjnptaln Bojd.
nniltpp ,. ,., ..,.,,. ., ,.,.
Smtn Bill reported hiving spoken tho
Oormin bark Sfcleno of"IIaniliurg In
Lai 29 38 noi lb and Long 1 3fi r.fi wos'.
Tho vfssel was bound from (luaynia-.
tn Portland, Ore,
Cattlo and Sugar from Hawaii.
A shipment of 7172 sacks sugir and
75 head ealtla and 18 calvos arrived
this morning wllh tho In'er Island
steamer Wnllflo. The vossel called
at Mnhuknna nnd Kawnlhao enroute to
Honolulu. Tho Wallolo met wllh good
weilhcr on tho homeward trip.
Poisons who feel tfad effects fiom
drinking now havo "n beverngo that
Is nl.tolutely free fromHinrmriil prop
cities. Tho cnffelno, which make
,,,,.. 'fnr ,...,.
hns been 'extracted from "DolCnfa,"
'f,, ""'J1 the good that Is In tho
"V,T r.i..... n . i.. ') n.
,1 nnd pacKeii in senieu nils and Mini
' for firty routs n pound hy Bmiroii,
Smith & Co, Ltd, enrnor of rnrtj
nnd Hotol rtreots.
v ff- Jiyt s t f f
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t ..i a,. t 'W , 3 i! J it tn
I API !l I I
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Price, 15c - Stale Price; iOc
' . . . -4 I f
Howard Company io Present
"The Witching ilouf," which has
scored the lilggest lilt of nny play
ovor presented at the New Orpheum,
will be' given Its final ertrmance
tonight, although It could hftye been
continued another week Irad the
management seen fit to devlato from
the announced policy to chnnge the
bill sdml.weekly. It Is expected that
the New Orpheum will be crowded
to the doors this evening, as already
almost every sent In the house has
been sold or reservation made for by
telephone. Owing to the great de
mand for seats for the last, perform
ance of "Tho Witching Hoilr." the
management wishes to announce
that no telephone orders will be re
ceived nfter T o'clock and that res
ervations made by telephone, during
the week or today will bo held aft
er 8:0!i p. m. to tl.oso on tho wait
"Christopher' Jr.," ihe comedy to
be presented by George B. Hownrd
and his splendid company the first
part nf next weeki la the well-known
laugh provoker made, famous by
Maude Adams nnd John Brow, nnd It
Is said to bo n oplendld vehicle of
expression for tbe versatile , talents
of tho players n'lfd promises' another
treat nf the kind that Honoldians so
mucji relish, "V
The plot Is an epitome of, real life
nhd It conrcrns n young mpn, son
of a mlllonnlre, who suffers financial
embarrassment ns n result of his
penchant for fast nnd furious living.
His father, a stern, forblddlpjj.
pompous old gentleman, wlthosten
tatiaus pride, consents to' restore
him to faor If he will consent to
marry his pirtner's daughter. This
the jonng mm refuses, and, whnl la
more, can not. since he has" .enter
ed Into n secret iriarrlagc wlth.'n
girl whom he has nover seen. The
eoii goes to Bombay, where, un
known to himself, tho girl with
whom ho had contracted the mar
riage Is also living. Of course,' It
comes out In the end. It always
does, but not before runny situa
tions nnd hilarious complications a'ra
broucht to the surface.
IN FOREIGN rOKT
8AN FBANCISCO Sailed Oct. 22: H.
S. Sierra, noon, ror Honolulu,
POUT TOWNHKND rrlied Oct. 22:
Schr. Uobert lowers, hence Sept. 27.
lOUT ALLKN Sailed Oct. 21: 8. 8.
Hyidcs, for San Francisco. ,
HONOIPII 8alled Oct. 21: Schr.'
Muriel, for San Francisco.
HILO Sailed Octobor 19: Sciir.
Borenlls, for Port Towiscnd.
HILO Arrived Oct. IX: H.-8 Enter
prise, fiom Honolulu,
MRMO S. S. Hllonlan nails for Ban
rranelseo toilny 6 p.v m.; mall
clores C p. m. 4
According to Jho plans which havo
been made fnr the wharf of tl,i Hllo
Railroad company, Ihe new i.fructuro
will occupy nn entirely dlffervnt isisl
tlon from that whfcli wan projiosed
at tha tlmo ot tho moetlng on harbor
lines at Hllo.
Wllh Iho trains running between
Hllo and Papalkop. transportation to
Hakalnu has been greatly Improved,
tbe stages of the Volcano Stable H coin
puny mcctfng all three trains each
T)l0 present mnrket prlco nf rndll'm
H ony J2,ioo,000 an ounce, n dropof
JSOO.OOO from the imotalloli given out
,y scientists January last.
For One Week Only
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