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MONDAY, November 21st
A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVE LINE OF MERCHANDISE SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTS, including
A Large Stock of
mi Real Irish Linen
Handkerchiefs foe Men
Women and Cbildren
put up in attractive
boxes. Plain Hem
Initial and lvmbroider
ed, Venice Lace, etc.
-TRESSED and Undressed Dolls, Unbreakable Dolls for the Little Folks,
"-Ladies' and Children's Work Boxes, Leather Bags, Purses, Pocket Books,
and Satchels in the newest styles, Ladies' and Men's Umbrellas, Battenberg,
Cluny and Venetian Scarfs, Squares and Center Pieces, Pillow Tops, Cushion,
Covers, Laundry Bags, Shoe Bags, Pin Cushions, Embroidered and Drawn Work
Grass Linen and Linen Squares, Center Pieces, Doylies, etc., from China and
Japan, Embroidered Linen Pillow Slips, two, in a box;: a very choice lot of Holi
day Stationary in Fancy Boxes, Fine Back Combs and Barrett es, set with Rhine.
Stones; Hat Pin Holders, Belts, Buckles and Hat Pins, Traveling Cases, Writ
ing Sets, Shaving Pads, Brass Ink Stands, Whisk Broom Holders, etc., etc.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Fort & Bcretnnla Sts.
Opp. Tire Station
MOW. is the time to
jg buy y.o.ur Christ
mas and New Year
Gifts. The articles
mentioned here are
only a small part of our
stock. Beginning on
Monday our show win
dows will oflcr hun
dreds of suggestions.
We invito inspection
. f . . J Jl -.-. .! K
rnclllr-Sliitr.1. ' ' ,
Honolulu -btiitc'Al. i
Order of Ihji Temple.
Honolulu Clniilrr Murk
Alob i Temple ('eremontiil
All visiting members oLtns
Ordc,v are cordially Invited to
tt; id meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
MARtNE ENGINrEBS "ember? r
tCMEFUCIAL ASSIATIOl elation, lit
HAEMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Tort Streot.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOV, Noble Clrand.
AH vUltlng brothers very cordially
0AHU D3D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every RrBt and third Frl
Bay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Doretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. O.
O. 1 HEINE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. S. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knlghta ot
Pythlaa Hall. Visiting brothors cor
cUally, Invited to attend.
A. Li. EAKIN, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, O. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NK8DAY evenings ot each mouth at
,7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bcretnnla and Fort streets,
VUltlog Eagles are Invited to at
. 1 W. It. MM5T. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE, 610. B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, 11. P. O,
Elks, meets in thc)r hall, on King
Htreet. near Fort, every Friday eve'
nlng. Visiting mothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
JA8. P. DOUaTIEllTY, B. It.
GEO. T. KMJKQELj, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY L0DQE, NO. 8,
K. ot P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7t30 o'clock In ". of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and llcrotaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR., 0. 0.
E. A. JACOIISON. K. It. S.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Weekly Bulletin tl per jr-ar.
Iletliel .SI. Hack Stand. I'hone II.VJ.
Try n case ot Pinoctar. It Is pure.
U J our horse or dog Is Lick. A It.
How at, I). V S. Phono 2I2!.
It you want a good Job doun on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage MfK. Co.. 427 Ouecn St.
Monday. November 2lht Ih 111" dnv
sot for the (Irand 1 1 il iilny Opening
at SacliH. Many bcautirul articles
Kiiltnblo for Chilstmns and Now Year
(lifts will bo displavcd.
Our Now I'hone Number Will lie
BUSY WEEK FOR
. City Transfer Co. (Jas. II. Love)
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT.
Tomorrow and Saiiiiduy aio great
days for local Shrlnois, and on Sat
urday afternoon tlicio will lie a pa
rado ot pilgrims crossing the biirn
Ing sands, which will be cdllying to
Thcro aru llftecn pllgilms who
will make tho trip, ami their means
of passing will be uuliiuv.
Tomorrow night theie will be a
business teflon of Aloha Temple,
when the candidate's will bo voted
upon, and on Salmday evening thcru
will be a big banquet given at the
Tito proclamation Usticd by the Il
lustrious Potentate follows:
"Es Sclunius A'elktim, Aloha Temple,
Oasis of Honolulu.
"It Is tho will of the Illustrious
Potentate (whom Allah piosoivo and
protect) that the Nobles at.temlile at
Aloha Temple, In the Oasis of Ho
nolulu, upon tho 1 nth day or the
11th mouth, DuhT Knada, 132S, fur
the purpose of forming a Cat avail
for a l'llgrlmago across tho Desert
to tho Sacred City of Mecca. . Let
all truo and faithful Nobles whom
this proclamation ma), reach glvo
heed. Yoms In tho faith,
SERVICE DEC. 4
On Suud.i), December t, tho an
nual lllks' memoilal will bo held ut
tho Hawaiian Opera House, and the
rcrvl e, tills year will be mora Im
nrcralvo than any bcrvlro heretofore
held In this city.
According to itistoni, tho bervlco
Is hold In memory of depaited broth
Pi's each 5 ear, on tho first Sunday of
December, ami tills )ear tho eulogy
will be delivered by Judge lluboit-
.ludgy Patrons of Illlo has been
asked to deliver tho oration, hut on
account or tho holding of court at
Illlo dining the first weok of De
cember, ho hud to decline, as It
would be liuposclblo for him to como
to Honolulu at that time.
Exalted (tiller Douthltt is cnbtlng
about today to find an orator for tho
I'crvlco, anil hopes to flint tho light
perron within a (lav or two to 11 II
this most linpoitaiit place In tho lin
picsslvo i-orvloo of tho order.
Wo don't blame n man for warning
l ho n lender, but It It. bettor lo fol
low a good example than to nH it had
piles. A completo survey of the coast
lino or the inland or Oahii will bo
made by the Hxplotcr's men bctoio
the vess 1 Is sent to Iho neighboring
Sierra Due Early Tomorrow Morn'nrj.
Maintaining that clock llku rcgu ,
l.ully or hclicdulo Tor which she U
famous, Hie Oceanic steamship Siena
now neailng the poll Is icporled will
arilve off Iho haibor by daylight to
mormw mm nlng. Tho vissel Is bring
ing don n over one hundred rihln
parbCiiKers mid a largo consignment,
or general cargo fioni San FrancUco.
Five Master for Pearl Harbor. I
II Is expected that a largo shlp-l
inent nf liimlini mill itlliMt will lin
, .. ... .
SORENSON LEAVES SAILORS
TO JOIN LIGHTHOUSE
SHIPPING AT THE PORT OF HONOLULU IS NOW AT LOW
EST EBB SCARCITY OF DEEPvSEA STEAM CRAFT
SEVERAL WINDJAMMERSJVOW DUE.
Charle3 Soronson, who for a mini-. two ma. led eliooner, said l ho tho
her of years hat repietented the Sail- old' 1 1 u-sel alloat of American icg
ors' Union of tho I'acllle In tho c.i- I er, will ho pld lomoriow, when Iho
naclly of snoelul agent. Is soon to Nallouil Kixlcty of United Hlales:
leavo that organization and will Join j Daugh'ciH of Iho War of 1812, will
Ioicoh with the United Stales Light-1 unveil In the bcholner's cabin a
honso bervlce. I lnonzo tablet which will reivo In
Sir. Sorentou as a representative ot i conuni nioialo tho bcrvlre itt the llttlo
the salloni' oiganlatloii, has ue
ilillied a largo circle or friends In
shipping and business circles, mainly
thiough his uniform courtesy and fnlr
dealing. In the handling of tho many
perplexing problems that rail to
such mi cxccutlvo olllcer, Soreusou
has always worked to tho satisfac
tion or tho employer ami the em
Ills conduct or the olllco lias placed
tho Honolulu branch or tho Salloiu'
Union or the I'acllle on a sound llu.tti-
Some mouths ago Soreusou suc
cessfully passed tho civil service ex
amination that placed him at (ho top
of the eligible list for appointment to
Iho Federal llgbthoiibo rorvlco In
these Islands. It Is understood that
the well known seafaring man will
be Made an assistant llglithouto keep
er with station at or near Honolulu.
Ncarinn the End of Long Voyages.
At least three wluiljammois mo
duo to arilvu at Honolulu most any
day, among them being two sailing
vcsfcIh that havo loiiudeil tho Horn
and aio bringing shipments of taigo
riom poits along the Atlantic ben
bo.inl. Captain .IoskIjii and tho famous
bulk Nuiiaiiu, with a lingo general
fi eight fioni New York, uie now ouo
bundled and two ilavs out. This
vesrol, having the reputation for
making uiiiait passages, might ica
bonnbly bo expected here dally.
Thnio Is a huge umslgumcut ot
Atlantic ('(list coal In tho Anieilcaii
bhlp Ersklue M. Phelps, whi h sail
ed from Noifolk, Va., one hundred
and sx ilavs ago. Captain Cm lis Is
laid to command this vest-el, and ho
vessel In the United States In battle
Although Iho Polly Is well p-istlhe,
eciituiy mark in ago, having been
built In IMi.'i. tho still Ih engaged ill,
lli coast wise trade. Sho was a fac-i
tor or Iiiiikii lance III Iho War It 1S12
and passel thiough many thillllug!
experiences. At Iho moment war was!
declared, bho pioeeedcd to ic.r, and'
lit tho eloio nr liCKillllllcM bad a tea j
ord or II visrcln captured iu prizes.!
After Iho war tho Polly mnilo six
tilps to California by way of Capo.
Horn Hip first being In 1819. She'
lias glidleil the glnho twice.
China Due on Saturday Morning.
Theio Is loom on bouid tho Pa.
c Hie Mull itoannhjp China fur llfty
addllloiial iiast'engers, but tin; book
ings thus far iccoided ut tho agency
if II. Ilnckfobl A: Co. ludlc.ito that
about hair (bis number will avail
themselves or tho ae ommodatloiisor-'
fnt ml Iti. tlinl irnuifil tiflxi.i ilin u.illu'
for San Francisco on Sunday morn
ing. A vvlrelcrs received last even
ing iiiiiiouii ed tho prohahlo arilval
or tho China off pint at about 8
o'clock on Satin day morning. Tho
China Is bringing Mm tons of Ori
ental Height for Honolulu,
Turbine Dredge Soon Ready.
Ilolwcon two and thieo weeks
bhoiild tee Iho completion ot thu now
tin bine dredge that Is bolng inplilly
fitted out at the Kwu olid of tho har
bor. The big holler that was
In nugh l down fioni tho Co.ibt some
tlmo ago has been Installed. Thoro
Is a la i go foice or carpenters and
mechanics at vvoik on tho craft. Tho
lipporvorks and biipcrbtriiUuro aro
has a leputiitlou among eearmlugl rltrlug at a rapid into, and both day
men as a caiefnl navigator who Is and night .shirts of win Union aro
ever cm tho aleil to take advantage eudeavoilng to complole the Job In
of favorable winds and cuiiont'i In
older to completo the pas-sago In tho
slim test pel hid.
Tho American bchiionor Ileleun,
with lumber, from Taioma, Wash,
Is now out twenty days fiom tho
Polly Will Recolvc Her Honors.
the shiniest iiofsIMo tlmo,
Explcrer Working at Koko Head.
Thu Hulled Stales coast mid geo
detic tauvey cdllc rs mo at picseut
linio at vvoik oft the hhores or Koko
Head and Hid llttlo sleanier explorer
was seen idling at nnrlinr near that
piomolory last evening. Tho vessel
NKW YOIIK, Nov. 1 I-ongdererr-Ljiiakoi tirnticnt tilps In Honolulu to
cd honor due to tho Polly, n llttlo
lake on a blilpinciit or fuel and sui-
glven the live masted a hooner Cres-
rut, which, according to latest ad
vices, h taking mi cargo at Mukll
ten. This verael and her ioinlgli-1
"ment or lumber aro repented as des
tined for the naval work now going
on at Pearl Harbor.
Dcnlcla Bound for Krhulul.
l.adcu with a shipment of lumber,
the American bark Itenlcla has sail
ed from tlravs Harbor with destina
tion an Kaliiilul. Tin vessel cleared
tho Pacific coast port on last Tucs
Lumber from tho Sound.
A shipment or lumber from Tacoma
Is (uremic to Honolulu bv the lltt'o
schooner F. 15. Sander. Tho vessel
lb leporlcd to liavo hailed fioni Iho
Sound port on last Tuesday. -
lierea Vlelilcil .llucli flpliiiu.
San Fiuncltco ciibtonis Inspectors
are satisfied that a considerable
amount or opium was brought ashore
theio during the stay or tho I'acllle
Mail steamer Korea. Despite) tho tact
that n vigilant gu.iid was maintained
at Iho gangways It Is known that a
good slued consignment of the drug
has been lecelved by inspected im
pellers or tho I!ny city.
One or tho most perfectly concoct
ed bcheinea to smuggle ashoio ISIHW
worth or prepaied smoking opium
ns prevented by thu vlgllanro ami
clever trailing vvoik of Custom-house
Inspector K. II. Hnlow, and although
tho wily Chinese escaped rroui Iho
clutches of the Federal olllcer, tho IV1
tins or opium, which he carried In a
suitcase, woro recovered. With tho
iccovery of tho smoking stuff which
tho Chinese left abandoned In a
vacant lot In tho Oriental quarter
when he saw that ho was detected, tho
custom house olllclals aro convinced
that an organised ring or sniugulers
was Implicated In thu daring plot,
and a dragnet of far-reaching length
has been spread In an effort to nppio
hend tho violators of tho United
Klatea custom laws.
Tho Chinese was Hist detected whllo
bilking In the vicinity of the clocks
or Iho Pacific Mall Steamship Com
pany, and nt that time was carrying
a suspicious looking lilt nil satchel,
which evidently was very heavy, lln
leiw decided that tho actions ot tho
Ceestlal woro worthy nr watching
and ho trailed him to tho Chlncso
Ji.ili Ha ii llegular Purl of Call.
Mun I) a ' has 'been inado n regular
port or call for all steamers operated
by tho I'acllle Mail Steamship Com
pany and Iu consequence theio Is
much elation on tho p.ut or tho busi
ness community or Iho Pearl City.
The dispatch from Hongkong an
nounces that tho liner Manchuria, for
moily scheduled to depart from Hong
kong for Hah Francisco via Shang
hai and Japanese purls, will leave Tor
Manila on November fl and will sail
from Manila lor Shanghai em Novem
ber fi. Mr. II. P Schwoiln, general
manager of the Parllle Mull, had an
nounced Hint n future" .Manila would
lin mndn u port or call on both tho
outwaid ami homeward voyages and
thoro Is a uosslbllltv that tho Man
churl.i may bo tho vessel selected to'
Inaiiguiato tho service.
Theio Is lively Interest throughout
thu Philippines In tho nunounccihciit
that Manila is to ho a, poit of cal) on
both runs and details of tho plan aio
awaited with great Interest. The
great eh'slro is for direct scrvlco to
tho ports of the north mid tho Pacific
coast. It shortens tlmo ot travel ami
mall delivery and thu expertencu of
tho (Ircat Northern Steamship Com
pany, which Inaugurated tho first ser
vice, shows how popular It Is with tho
Prohibit Use of Gasoline Lamps.
That thu Navigation laws bhoubt bo
amended so as to prohibit thu uso of
giKolliio lamps on any kind ot hc.i
going vessels Is tho opinion expressed
by Captain John C. tlcrmlngliain.
United Slate3 Supervising Inspector
of Steamboats, In a decision tendered
at Sail Francisco on Oelobcr 28 In
Iho matter ot the burning of tho
frolglil-stcamcr J Mnrhoftcr, three
miles off the Oregon shoto cm May
18. Tho vessel was destroyed, In
volving a loss or thO.nno and costing
Iho liro or F Tiffany, tho cook.
' WAS PURLOINED
Korean Secured Swell Turn
out to Carry Away
A 'small pig, tho property or It
Cicssaly, tho Waiklkl beach hotel
man has flguicd In police annals and
hcfoie the matter leeches a final dis
position ut Iho hands or tho District
Magistrate, ouo Kim Pong Soon, u
Koiean may find himself In dura nee
vllo charged with gross cheat.
Tho Koiean was until a low days
ago an assistant ut tho Waiklkl pi em
Ihcs of Cicssnty. Ho was fired from
Knowing' that his former boss lsis
bossed a lino porker that had been
kept at Iho country place or a Japanese,-
Kim pong Soon bethought him
self of tho Idea of claiming tho pig
ami eiubdoying" It In a grand bun
that ho proposed giving.
Taking a cud boarlng Cressaty'B
name, tho Koiean piesentcd the
p.-ihtehiiaiel at tho Cluh Stables and
was given a livery rig. With this
conveyance tho Korean culled at tho
homo of tho Japanoso, was given tho
pig and then went his way.
Cressaty got wind of tho rather
tliady transaction, called In Iho friend
ly ofllcos of Chlor or Detectives Me
Dulllo and Iho Korean so round him
self befoio tho law. Ho has been ur-
lalgneil and his caso comes up befoio
Judgo I.vmer tomorrow morning.
Sheilrr Janctt has submitted his
monthly repoit of business ilono
through polle.0 circles. Ihirlng tho
month ot October the department
iniielo Hull arrests In tho flty, of
which Cii woro discharged and 192
portions convicted, adding to the clty
corfors by lines and forfeitures tho
sum of $1(132.10.
Thoso an es ted Included an Ilawnl-
Inns, It Chlueso, 17 Japancso and 1G
Tho following vvero J.01110 of thq
orfoiifen committed: (lanihllng, si:
iliiiiihcnncis, 21; iiejuiiU and bat
tery, 1 S : larceny, 17; vagrancy, 12;
embezzlement, C; burglary, 3; lob
Seeing airships at night Is . op
ular oastlmo with Iho wear) man who
formerly had lo bit up with 11 tick
f-lond unlll '1 a. 111.
VVedriescfay, Nov. 16.
Huiunkua jiorts llotcne gttnr., p.
Thursday, Nov. 17.
San Finnclsco l.urllnc, M. N. 8. S.
10 a. 111.
I PA8SENOERS DEPARTED I
1 Vn l M I nrllnr fat- Uuti
Franclbco, November 17. Miss K.
Whiting, A. T. Ilcihiqtt, !,. M. Hop
kins, Henry Jones' Mr. nnd'Mrs. O.
W. Chlvls, Thomas Ituddol, ' Mrs. A.
D. Scroggy, .Mrs. M. K. McOulre.
4 '. ,. ,
j PASSEN0ER8 DOOKCD
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kauai
poits, Nov. 18. V. llurc'l, iy 11. Mor
rison. Mrs. CJco. Watcrhou'ao, Mlna
Harding, W. Stoddart, MrsYstoddart.
' O. Smith, , I). IlnldvvlnV F. Web
er. f 4
Per stmr. Clniidluc, for Hawaii and
Mail) ports, Nov. 18. Mrs.'F. Craw
lord. IV Arcla II. 11. I'criTinllow, M.
Wfllams: n; s;'t!ray.Mr(frvOr.iy, Mrs.
Capt. Paiker, David Parkor.
Per Btinr. Manna l.oa, for Kona and
Kan ports, Nov. 18. Miss K. I.lfteo,
Mrs, C .A. Wolls, Mrs. Kopa Itcv. O.
I., Kopa. 0. Darker, A. Haneberg. C.
WiilJrm, A. Ahrens, M. J. O'Neill.
Por O. 8. 8. Sierra, for 8,111 Fran
cisco, Nov. 23. J. It, Motcnlf. M. Car
do'l. Mis. Cardcll. Mrs, W. (). Ashley.
Mrs, K. K. Dye, Mrs. Newman, Mrs.
i I., Thonins, A. 1.. Dei by. MaJ. C. A.,
Long, Mrs. l.ong, Mrs. A. Itlchnfdson,
Mrs. C. J. Ilarclay, W. 15. Hnico. Mis
llruce. Mr. and Mrs. P.eckctt, W. C.
Ilakcr, Mrs. Haker, Mr. Unit Mro. ilea
ley, Mrs. T,. A. Wells. Mrs. .1, J. Kear
ney, A.' 0. Stodelnr II. Oornmn.
I IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Thursday, Nov. 17.
TACOMA Bulled Nov. 10: Schr. Uoh
crt I.owors, ror Honolulu.
KVIJHETT Sailed Nov. Ill: Schr.
Aloha, for Honolulu,
8, 8. China will aiylvn from Yoko
hama, Saturelayi about" 8 a. m., nml
will preilmlily sail for S.111 FrancU
co, Siimlny nt 9 a. 111,
WILL BE REMOVED
Tho omccK of tho Wireless Tele
graph Company will he moved on or
about November 28 fiom tho present
location, In tho Henry Wntcrhoiu.o
Tiuet Company offices, to tho tclu
phoiio building on Helen's Court,
near tho Kllte building. The wire
less Is a ilcpaitmciit of the telephone,
' ompaiiy and tho now building Is ar
ranged to rccclvo It.
Tho vncancy ti tho Waterhouuo
Tliitt unices will probably bu used
tor Iho oiuity tieiisiirer's nlllcn, as
tho now treasurer, llobort W. Shin
gle. Is with the Watcrhoiibo company.
Joseph Cobta I.oareann, who was
hit by a railway train us ho was
eiiibslng tho track 'near tho Inter
bectlou of Kallhl road, died at tho
Queen's Hospital at J:30 last night.
Coroner Clinrlcs Hoso will cnmlnct
an autopsy this afternoon mid hold
an Inquest this evening.
Tho victim of tho disaster had been
unconscious during his stay of tinea
davtj nt tho hospital.' Death Is he
lleved to have resulted from Injuries
sustained on tho head.
The Lost Has Been Found,
The gasollno-schooner Mary Sachs,
which had been given up for lost, nr
rived at Nomp, Alaska, on October
28. Tho llttlo schooner left Kotzebus
Sound three wooks ago mid encouut
ciPil soveio gales Iu Ilehrliig Stialt
A railroad will' sopn connoet India