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KVRNINd miM.RTIN, nONOf.Ui.U. T II, 3ATt'UI)VY NOV 13. 1910.
GREAT HOLIDAY OPENING
MONDAY, November 21st
i.i : .,.-, .u.., i,.i
A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVE LINE OF MERCHANDISE SUITABLE TOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTS, including
A Large Stock ?f
gm Real Irish Linen
Handkerchiefs for Men
Women and Children
put up in attractive
boxes. Plain Hem
Initial and Embroider
ed, Venice Lace, etc.
l'nclllc Stated. Ji
Honolulu ('oininnniltTj .
Order of I ho Temple.
Honolulu Third Degree.
Honolulu Cluiptrr .Murk
Alalia Temple Cerenionl.il
All visiting memberi of tut
Order are cordially Invited to
Kttend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' .T".0".' .5
ENEFICIAL AWIATIOH. elation, cor-'
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 In I. 0. 0, r. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. I1UNDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOV, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, E. of P.
i f i
Meets every Brst and third Frl-
fjt; day evening at 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
j' corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
) brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONKS, C. C.
O. V. HKINH, K. It. B.
i BAWAiun lAiuxi, no, i, i. u, ii. in.
ween every ursi ami mini inuro-
days' ot each isonth at Knights or
, Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invltod to attond,
A. h. KAKIN, Sachem.
B. V. TOUD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovonlnga of ench month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1 Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invltod to at
w. n. niLEY, w. r.
WM.i O. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE, 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. SI 6, n. V. O.
Elks, meets in their hall, on King
Btreet, near Fort, oyory l-riuay eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attond.
JA8. D. DOUailEUTY, E. It.
OEO. T. KLUEQHU Soc.
ml. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
Mts every 2nd and 4th Saturday
vonlng nt 7:30 o'clock In ". of 1'.
Hall,' cor. Fort and llerotmila. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend) II. A. TAYI-OIt. C. C.
E. A. JAtfylftpyjIcyt. 3.
Weekly DuIIetlu fl per jour,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
llt'lhel .St. Hurl. Stand, I'lioiic II."..'.
Try a case of Hticclar. It is pure.
Tho Sunday u'tcrnoon band con
cert will lie at Aula Park
The Oldllohls .Musical Sketch Team
arc appealing at the Savoy.
Tlie Akuwals vteic legally separated
jesterda) by Judge Hoblnson.
If you want a good job riono on an
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mrg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
I.leilt.-C'ol. llctict has been orurrod
to Honolulu inrly next luomli to look
over tho fortification wolk in i reg
ress. Naval Constructor Cupps will bo in
Honolulu oi December 12 ou lili way
to the Philippines, ulic.ro ho will look
over naval matters.
Tho position of superintending en
gineer of the Hawaiian Kleclr'c Com
pany has been lllled by tho appoint
ment of Jos. Shcaty.
Two Japanese loll from a i-mltuM-li
g around tho Linokcstack at ilio
liunmkuu mill, on Hawaii, recently.
One was klllcj and the ot icr bndl
Tho City .Mi.m.olcuiu 's being built'
from plans upturned by tho leading
health authorities of the world. For
particulars liuiulio at the Townsend
Undertaking Co., 09 Ilcielanla street.
A largo ipiantity of iilneapplo tops
have been sblpiicd to Uinal for plant
ing. Tho llrst crop of pines was a
success and that part of tho develop
ment or tho Island will now bo p ishcl
It Is expected that service on tho
cloublo track on King street will bo
Inaugurated aboi.t tho llrst f Ic-
ci-mber. The double track has now
been completed fiuin Kawalalii'o
church to tho fish market.
The State l'lsh and Came Warden
of Wisconsin hns Is'iicd an an-
iiniinrnmpnr nskllll! nil llllllters Hi
tlin fiitnrn tn'wr.ir red can. This
article of apparel will servo as a
sort of head light ,ani! It Is hoped
will lesson the Injuries to men wno
are mistaken for game Last e.ir
In Wisconsin there were thlrty-tlirco
f.itallj shot and thirty six Injured.
No wonder thev want red raps.
Tho time wim when tonRUUiillon
wns thought to bi' an Incurable dis
ease, but today thin dieuled Whllo
Plague is known to be cutvbto under
the enlightened euro of tho dm tors of
nil sihools, when- accompanied In the
treatment by that wonderful lemedy
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
It corrects tho do
of tho food, lit
eicases the appe
tho heart, gives
forco to the cli di
lation, cures In
somnia, and brings
restfulness to the brnln and nervous
We have thousands of grateful pa
tients who write iih they have been
cured after they weio given up by '!('.
If you wish to keep young, strong
and vigorous and have on jour c I icons
tfio glow of pel feet lies-Ill), tako Duf
fy'B Pino Malt Whiskey legularly, ac
cording to dliectlons. it tones uud
strengthens the heart action and given
vigor lo tho entlio HyHlom. It Is lee
ognized as a family meillclno oveiy
where It Is Invaluable for over
worked men, delicate women and
sickly chlldien. It Is a prnmotor of
health and longevity
ItcMse substitutes niiil Imitations,
thcr me linnuie iiml ifiinaeious. Send
for fieo medical' boiiklct 'and iidvlco.
'I lie Hul'f) Mall UliKke) ('o., lie.
t neuter, , 1., T. &. A.
-pRESSED and Undressed Dolls, Unbreakable Dblls for the Litlle 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, Dbylres, etc., frdrft CUiiia 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 Bairettes, s6t 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 Qo,,
CITY TRANSFER CO.
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAGE EIQHT.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMER CHINA ARRIVED FROM THE OR
IENT WITH SMALL CARGO ALICE COOKE READY
FOR SEA COAL GOING OUT OF BRITISH STEAMER
COLUNGHAM A DESERTED PORT.
Destined to become Ihc futiiio
bulldcis of railways In the Chluctv
Kniplre iiic a number or oung Chl
net.0 who mo now eniouto lo tho
mainland us p.is.seuguis by tho Pad
lie Mall steamer China.
Tho party Include a number or gra
diia'cs from the laiger iiulvcrfclllcii or
tlio Celestial Hmplio wlm-uiu bent at
government expense to g'llhcr ad
vanceil Ideas along lines or tiansKir-i
It Is only ii matter of a number
or j ears that a complete net wink or
railway lines will bo spie.nl out over
tho vast domain under tlio domina
tion or the Imperial Chinese govern
ment. It Is claimed Iiv those who linvo
been nshoclalcil with the Chinese In
the Kar East that they nio peculiarly
adapted lo mechanics and they bo
conio extremely piollelent In tlio han
dling or inaclilueiy.
Tho China will make a Iwcnty-rour
hours' stay at Honolulu. While hcio
IHO Ions or Oilental cargo will be
dlscliaiged ai tho Channel wli.uf.
The vessel will tako on two bun
dled and tllly Ions of coal.
Purser Hales leportH a Duo trip
iieiosK the Pacific. Tho vessel la bear
ing 222 tluoiigli iinsscngeiH, a I irgo
pei rent traveling In Hie Asliille. steer
age. The thiiiui:h eaign while not largo
Is n valuable) one. being comiiosed nf
ten. silk and other pioducts ot Chlin
Tvventvtwo paKsengers left tho ves
sol at Honolulu.
The China Is ndvorllsoil to Hall rnr
Sun rranclsco nt nlno o'clock Sun
dav mornlni! There Is looni lor (Hly
addltloiril passengers fioin this poll
thoiiub it Is experli'il llnl less lliiiu
half this iiiimbor will n villi Iheiusolves
of Hii- opiinrliial'y or inal.lilg a tilp
to ihe coast by tho popular Pacific
Sale of Mariposa Cenlcd.
Tho rumor recenily clreulnted alou
tho S.in Kmnclreci fionl that tho
stoamei Mailposa luul been sold by
the Oceanic Stenmiblp Company to
tho Alaska Steamship Company was
vlgoiously denied by I). ,1. Samuels,
iiiaiiusor or tho Oceanic Company Tho
tcKiit was to tlio ullect that tho Marl
posa would bo wllhdiuvvii fimii tho
Tahiti inn about the llrst of tho .wai
and tinned over lo hur now ownori.
who would inn her fioni the Sound to
Southens'eru Alaska. II Is admitted
that Hie Ciilon RtontnMilp Company's
steamers,. Aniangl and Mallal will
;uaK? Tnhlll a port of call on their
lull f'i o'fji tx'evv Zealand lo Sim r-'rnn-clsco.
Tlio Aorangl will urrlvo at
JAS. II. LOVE
EMPIRE ARE HERE
the Co.ibt fiuin Welllnglon, December
II. The Ui ciiuic company, vvhlcli
has been miming tho Mariposa, Is
the agent or the I'nlon company.
Columbian ta Sail.
The shipment or Height fiom New
Viuk via Tchiiaulcpcc wllh consign
nient added at Sun l-'ranclsco and So
attlo Is going out of tho Amoiican
Hawaiian ste-uner Columbian ul tlio
lallway wharf and II Is the Intention
to dispatch that e)cl for Illto and
Seattle ou Suud.i afternoon.
Schooner Alice Cooke for Fumigation
The lumber luoiigtit to this poit
fi mil Puget Souuil by tho schoouor
Alice Cooko 1 1 about all discharged
mil uiai )i'.ri win ou muiou le.inyi
lor sea The vessel will bo fumigated
und It Is expected that she will sail
for a i ct in it trip In the Sound on or
about itCxl Tuesday,
Colllnnh'am to eiilfl to Channel Wharf.
The 111 lllsli fielghler Colllnghain Ik
to Rhirt lo Ihe Channel whaif ou next
Tuesday there to complete Ihe dis
charge of her coal mid await sailing
ordeis for a destination not jot dis
closed. ThciiMiro about one thousand
Ions of coal lo go nut of tho steam
er, which now lies at the naval wharf.
Hume Arrived With Lumber.
I.adeu wllh a full shipment or lum
ber, tho Ainoilean pelioouor W, It.
Hume, In an milviil lit tho poit mid
has hem sent to tho Hallway whaif
to discharge. Tlio lumber Is consign
ed lo tho City Mill Company.
Notice to Marlpern,
SAN PlimtO HAY CAL.
Notice Is also given thai San Pedio
llienkwatcr lie II Iluoy, 1 KI'll, was es
labllsheil November I, IUI0, about '.Till
feet SW'ly fiuin tho outer end or San
Pedio llienkwatcr In IS feet ot water
on the following bearings:
Long Hearh Whaif, light tangent,
in deg I.", inlii. line (NNK Vi 1.'. mr; )
Point rennln Lighthouse, stir, deg.
IS mill tiuo (VHW V'i Y. mag,)
Deadmiins Island Hionkvvalor Light,
::i3 deg HO lulu, true (NWxW 9-10 W.
On tho sumo ilato tho number of
San Pedio Hulianco Iluoy was cliung
cd fiuin 1 to a.
AUHNA COVK CAL.
Notice Is heioby given that Arena
Cove Hell Iluoy. PS, was repelled not
rounding November B, 101 A. It will
lis replaced by n peifect buoy ns soon
lll'MHOI.DT HAY HNTIIANCHttCAI'
Notice Is ulsoy given Unit, owing lo
fieipieut changes In the channel, en
trance lo Humboldt lluy. Cat., tho
liiiojs will be changed without nutlro!
water, and, owing to sudden changes
In tho channel, summers nic caiittint
ed not to lely outlioly ou the buoys.
SAN DIKCiO DAY CA1..
Notice is iieicby given that San Ul
ego Hay Iluoy, IIS, was changed No
vember 7, 1!H0 f i urn a Ist-class nun
to a littclius Rpar without other
Per P. M. S. S. China, from Huns
kiinc nnd Japan polls 1'or Honolulu:
Minn .1. II. Aiken. I), Cninian Ml.u
Chun San Ke.m, E. S. Hoy, Mis. T.,
Tokiiyhlma, Miss 11. Tokuslilma, Miss
A Tokiishlnia, .Mrs, You Chun Slice,
Miss You Kim Hung, Young Kin
Kwnii, .Mis. S. I), lleapy, S. Illno, )ln
S. Illno and chllil, K. Knwatanl, Mrs.
K Kaw.it.inl, Jlr. Kohnyagavva. Mra.
ohiiag.iwa. T Kolde. Mrs. S. Mlnaal,
I,. Ogllvlc, Air. Okazakl.
Per stinr. Manna Kca, for Hilii, No
vcniber IS Call S. Smith, L A Thurs
ton, S. K. I'aii, A. V. T. llottoniley.
Mr. mid .Mrs. A. Smith, T. 15. Cook
and bun, 15 .(Jolselcko, C. H Canarlo
Mis. JacobSen, A. (1. Curtis, John
Wall, Miss ncitrlco Alexander, Mlss
lliu riot Kaiser, W. II. Ileors 15. Mo
ses, J. Webster, W. (i. Ogg, C. Wal
lers. .Mr. and Mis. James M..dlson.
Miss C. Mi-.dlson, Jlr. and Mrs. W.
Per P. M. S. S. China tor S.m Kran
Cisco, Nov. 20. ticnori 1 llllas, Krancls
(lay, J. T, McCiossoii Major Mild Mrs
Long. Mrs. Haiclay, Mr. ami Mrs. II.
J Campbell, Miss D"liyer, (i. II. Shaw,
(J. A. Davles, T. .N'orils and I). V.
Per O. S. S. Sic'rra, for San Finn
Cisco, Nov. 23..L II. Melcair, M. Car
deli Mis. Cardeli, Mrs. W. (!. Ashley,
Mrs. K. 15, Dyo, Mrs. Newman, Mrs.
J L. Thomi's, a. L. Dei by, MaJ. C, A
Long, Mrs. Ling. Mrs. A. Hlchardson,
.Mis. C. J. Hiichiy, W. 15. Ilruco, Mis
Hi nee, Mr, -ind Alia. licckelt, W, C.
linker, Mrs Il.ikcr. Mr. and Mrs, Ilea
ley, Mia. L, A. Vells, Mrs. J. J. Kenr
my, A. (!. Stoddait II. Gorman.
;! '- 4
I IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Caturday, Nov. 19.
ASTOIHA Aiilvod Nov. 18: Schr
Kxpaiislon, fiom Kuhuliil, Oct. 27.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. ill: S. S
Tenyo Mam, heneo Nov. K.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. IS: S. S
Manchuria for Honolulu.
(UIAYS HAHHOII Arrived Nov. 18:
Schr. Ludlow, heneo Nov. 2.
SHATTLH Anlved Nov. 18: S. S
Mlssourlnn. from Illlo, Nov. 10.
SAN KHANCISCO Arilvcd Nov. 19;
Hk. It. P. Itllhct, heneo Nov. 2.
IIILO Sailed Nov. 18, noon: s, 8
liiitorpilse, for San Francisco.
Tho Hiibtorn Bporllng vvrllers nio
taking largo and caustic cracks at
Ad Wolgast. They decli'uo that tho
Milwaukee lad has douo nothing to
ilcfonil his title and claim that the
Injured arln ttcuy was constructed
to keep Wolgast finm fighting. No
ciedlt Is given lilm In his ngico
ments to meet Nelson, It being con
tended that ho picked Nclbou lic
causo ho figured that It would bo
an easy matter to repeat with tho
UBP-BULUETIN ADS PAY-TBQ!
Nl vly furnished room, pr.vate homo;
ue or piano nnd parlor: meals If
deslicd. Young mariled couple
prefened. Addiess "M. M.". this
Fort & Bcrctania Sts.
0pp. Fire Station
That Pearl Harbor is
Real Place to Be
Major K. 15. Wluslow, Coins or" liu
glneers, speaking' at Cooke Llb'raiy,
Piiuahou, bcloro tho lncmbcrH or Pub
lic Question club Inst evening stated
that it was not to derend Honolulu
but Pearl Haibur Unit guns were he
lug placed at Walklkl, Diamond" Ifead
And Peail Harbor.
Tho Major spoke ot (he flio control
or big guns 111 lug nt ships so fur away
that they could hot oven lie seen, uud
also of the concrete construction of
furls. For Is, he said sealed away
win ships and It was ancient guns In
'98 that did damage to American
ships In Cuba from tho shine batter
ies. In part tho Maor bald:
"You ma,v nil bo smo that Pearl
llaibur will be the only placo foi tilled
and guarded by big gnus," he milled.
"Illlo may grow to twice tho slzo of
Honolulu, ma that would muko no
illfTcieuce, It Is only the base (hat
needs to lo feu titled, and that Is done
at Pearl Harbor and along tho shore
lluo fiom Harbor's Point to Koko
Old-tliuo forts, said the major, wero
built liko sill pa, and tluco or mora
tiers of guns woro Installed. As the
stylo or warships changed, so did the
rorts ou iiborc and, eventually. It vv.u
found tint one or two Inigo fourteen.
Inch guns and u battery or two or
mortals was about tlio best provision
to ,niako against the enemy
"Tlieio aro two reasons why Pearl
Harbor should be fortlflcd." lie con
tinued, "and they are; Flist, wo need
u naval baso In tho Purine, Second,
wo must not allow anyone else to have
one heie. Thero Is not much qhaiico
of ii fleet ul lacking a land fort, am!
It Is only necessary to state that at
St. lago In "9S, Iho old bionzo guns of
tlio 173 type weie sulllelcnt to keep
ships away. At Port Arthur, during
the Japanese Itiissiau war, tho ical
attack camo fioni Iho land sldo. Tho
warships could not b0 risked against
the shoro guns; tho yessel vvero want
ed to meet tho Itiisslun fleet later cm.
Tho functions of sboio foils urn to
foico Iho enemy to land nt komc
plnco that you want Ihein to, und
wlicio you can get tlicm iiftcrwurds."
' "Tho question has tlmo arior tlmo
been asked 'Why not plueo the mor
tars Insldo Iho cintcr at Diamond
Head?' Well, (hero mo two roasons
why this win not dono," said tho ma
jor. 'Tho first jciison is Hint it would
havo been a hard Job to get tho mot
tats Insldp tho crater mid tho second
ami leal tcnsoii, Is that If tho niorlara
weio Inside, then ihclr lango of acti
vity would bo limited. Tlieio Is deop
water within tluco thousand yards of
Iho battery, mid lit Unit close dis
tance, the menturs could not drop
their shells on tho enemy's ships. Tho
cfTectlve liiuge of u mortar Is from
Unco to twelve thousand yards, Tlio
iiioi tars are II ml at uu uglu of tlty
NIK ill II
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Stesmers
1UOW is the time to
buy your Christ
mas and New Year
Gifts. 'i'he articles
rii'entio'n'c'd here are
oiVly a small part of cyir
stock. Beginning on
Monday our show win
dows will ofl'er hun
dreds of suggestion's.
We invite inspection
dcgiccs to enable tho shells to drop ':
the tin ot thousand yards zone. For
tho other zones the atiglo Is decreas
ed, and as the damage Is dono by tho
shells falling onto tho target, lt ht
found to be dlnicult to land themun
mi tiling' within tho thrco thousaud
BILL IS $105,000
Leasing of Real Estate Dis--closes,
Rental That Goes ,v
to His Divorced Wife,
NKW YOUK, November C The ali
mony tluif Col. Jacob Astor Is lo pay
to Ava Willing Aftlor, who sccureil a
final decree of divorce In Mured, 1969,
appears to bo $1u.,0,00 a year. To
secure payment a llrst llctf Is given In
MY. Astor on one of tho most valu
able ptolB of yea! estate In tho clt.
Iteccnt contracts nnd leases; algriect
hy one of the' largo realty companies
with Col. Astor fix that sum as tho
annual rc.nta'1 of the block' of property
at the northeast corner of Ilroiidn-ay
and Forty-second street. This rental,
subject to rcnowals, extensions nml
revaluations, as all Astor leases are.
made, Is to bo paid to tho divorced
It Is said that this Is a 11 mil finan
cial settlement following r.n agree
ment inado before the secret divorces
was granted by Justice Mills In tho
Jluchoss county Supremo Court at
Puilghkccpsie. Alt tho papers In tho
casu vvero put under seal.
Tlio amount ot alimony is said tit
havo been fixed by mutual agreement.
Humors had It that Col, Astor had
mado a cash settlement of several
million dollars In lieu of ulliunny. It
now uppears that ho paid u Inrgo
sum In cash und is to pay in addition
moro than JIOO.OOO a year .during. ,
Mrs. Astor's lifetime. Since the final
separation cnrlv In 1909, Miss Allco
Muriel, tho daughter, tins been living
with her mother nnd Vincent, tho son,
has been In the father's, care.
NEW - tobAV
Ewa Plantation Company. 1
Tho stock books of IJwn Planta
tion (Joinpany will bo closed to trans
feis Monday, November 21, 1910, nt
12 o'clock noon, to Wednesday, No
vember 30, 1910, Inclusive.
CIIAS. II. ATHnilTON.
Treasurer, Kvvu Plaiitutlou Company,
Honolulu, November 19, 1910.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
Thuisday, November 24, 1010
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