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(Ireniilp Second Degree.
Honolulu Chapler P. JI.
mid Jl. i:. .11.
Jlicnlar 5 ii. in.
! Honolulu- Third Degree,
I loll l. Ill,
llinuill.m l'iiiioiii i.
I.rl Aloliu Cliajilor Xii. 3
I Al visiting mombern ot thn
I Order are cordially Invited to
attend sittings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
alARINE ENGIfitEBS' 0uc A..
t(EFICIAUJSnCIATIOH. eiationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. VlBltlng brother cor
tlally Invited to attend.
II. FOSTEK, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of n.
-HOHOIUIU AERIE, 140, '. 0. E.
Motta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Utretanla and Fort street!.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend, OHO. A. DAVIS W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec
SfOFOEULU LODQE, 016, B. P, 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, D. F. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
d. p n. isnNunito, n. n.
OHO. T. KMIRGIMt, Sec.
T7M. McKINLEY I0DQE, HO? 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
t, evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Und. F. F. KILI1EY, O. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. 8.
B MM '
COMPOUND I '
Tilt GREAT BENJAMIN
Makes New, Hlch
Stomach and Liver
Cures tlio Kidneys.
Toric Lenses -
A. N. Sanford,
' ' QPTICIAN
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
For Autolng and Afternoon Wear
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3033
BTENCIL PATTERN3 and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
"" S." E. LUCAS
Masonic Ilullillng, corner Hotel ami
Tlio lest Lcuses lu town to lit every
llnvo your typewriter repaired nt
tlio Ofllco Supply Co
Mr. Claude lilrdneyo of tlio geolog
tent survey lias bran laid up for u few
The ll('rKlroni Music Co., Odd Fel
lows' Illuck, Furt street, hiivo nil (ho
now Victor records.
The Metropolitan Meat Market will
rlom at ten o'clock Monday morning
niul will tunc but one dclUcry.
The dlllco Supply Co. Is fully
equipped to intikn repairs on type
writers, cash registers mid adding
Mr. ltober.t Hind, his dauglitcrR
Monn mid Mnrgnret, and Miss Whit
ney, cniuo over f I om Komi the other
day In n Frankllug. Midget
At Police Court this morning, one
lune drunk paid three dollars nnd tho
trimmings. He claimed to have been
a resident of the Islands but n few
l.ust Sunday noon nn exciting tug
of War occurred at Kawcln landing
between the Okinawa Japs and n
shark twenty-two feet long nnd two
feet wide It took sixteen men to
haul tho monstrous Boa-Ilsli to shore.
After the Mesh was diced In many
pieces, tliu camps were nil supplied
Willi tho same Kohala Midget.
After serving for un extended per
iod In tho tlritlsh army service In In
dia, Captain H. L. Urnssey was a
through passenger In the Pacific Mall
steamer Persia that Balled for San
Francisco last evening. Captain Urns
sey is said to be closely related to
Lord llrassey, the well known ship
ping authority of England.
A bill to removo n cloud on tho
titled of land on Hotel street has been
filed by A. Victoria Anahti nnd oth
eis ngnlnst tlio James Hooper estate,
The petition alleges that tho sum of
112 1.00, borrowed on the land from
James Hooper In 188C by James John
Aniihit, of whom tho petitions are
heirs nt law, has all been repaid.
Mr. and .Mrs. F. J. Walcy with tlio
assistance of John Awn are alleged by
the police to have beaten up a Chin
ese. Judge Monsnrrat heard a con
siderable amount of testimony on
both sides but before disposing of the
case assessed the Waleys each five
dollar lines while Awa was mulcted
to the tune ot fifteen dollars and the
Mr. J. Winter Smith has resigned
his position with the llllo It. It. Co.,
after n year's Bervlce, and together
with Mrs, Smith will leave Laupahoe
hou on Juno 9, bound for Australia,
where they expect to remain for n few
months before returning via Africa
and New York, to their home In the
States. "Mr. Smith has just llnlshed
locating the oxtenslon through Ha
O. E. SMITHIES has been on Maul
making n periodical Inspection of the
C M. ROHEUTS of Wnlluku, Maul,
has been taken 111 and Is at Malulani
MISS JAKINS will engage with the
Baldwin National Dunk at Kahulul us
ItEV W C. MKItHITT arrived this
morning on tlio Mauna Ken after
spending same tlmo on Maul.
J. U YOUNO, of the Lord-Young
Company, will come down from llllo
on the Honolulan toiiforrow,
L. M. DANNION, of Vuncouver, II.
C, has returned to his home after
amending a few days In the Islands.
EI) POLLITZ, the San Francisco
broker and capitalist, returned on the
Mauna Ken tills morning from llllo.
NED AUSTIN, of llllo. Is going to
tho Stutes by tho next Honolulan, ac
companied by his wife, for an extend
J. WINTER SMITH, of llllo, 'has
resigned his position with the llllo
railroad company and will leave for
Australia shortly. 0
AGENT A, J. CAMPDELL of tho
Territorial I)oun! of Immigration Is
oxpoctod to arrive from Europo and
the mainland on tho Slerru noxt week.
OEOHOE WILLKO.NO, of llllo, who
has completed his freshmun year at
Stanford, will spend his vacation In
a lumber camp at Aberdeen, Wash
ington. MISS FIIBDA EaaEItKINO, ac
companied by Miss Fauth of Hono
lulu, are Bpendlng a vacation with
Miss Eggoi king's parents In Wuiluu,
WILLIAM HOSS, tho bookkeeper at
Hakalau plantation, and Miss McLean,
were married in llllo on Thursduy
night by the Itev. Drnhms. Miss Mc
Lean arrived from Scotland n week
ago and Is the sister of Mra. David
Ilutchard of Hotiomu.
DANIEL SYLVESTEH, manager of
the Nahlku Rubber Company, on Maul,
has rcslgnod, nnd will leave with Mrs.
Sylvostor for tho mainland on tho
Honolulan noxt Tuesday. Ho oxpocts
lo mnko his home In the east. He was
glon a bnnriunt by the employes of
tho company this week.-
Children's Day will bo obsorved In
Knuinaknplll church tomorrow morn
ing at 11 o'clock. A cimtnta will be
given entitled "Gifts For the King."
A cordlul Invitation U extended to all
Personal attention to all ordars. i
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Lova)
One More Trip for the Enterprise.
It la stated that the Matson Navi
gation steamer Enterprise that sail
ed fiom llllo for San Frnuclsco on
last Thursday ovcnlng will make ono
mote round trip to the Hawaii port
before laying up at tho coast for gen
eral overhauling and repairs. The En
terprise salted witli a full load of su
gar and n few passengers. Accord
ing to icport brought by Purser Phil
lips of tho steamer Mauna Ken, the
American-Hawaiian steamship Mexi
can nrrUcd at llllo on Thursday
morning nnd was expected to com
plete loading a cargo of about twelve
thousand tons sugar and bo ready A:
sailing fur Snllua Cruz on Monday.
The Mntsoti Navigation bI earner Ho
nolulan Is sailing from llllo for Ho
nolulu this morning having taken on
4 considerable amount of sugar at the
The.fonr masted schooner Eldorado
twenty days out from Honolulu, ar
rived there On last Tuesday afternoon
to load oil I a ties for the Const. It
was rough when she camo In and Cap
tain Mosher's boat filled with wa
ter 'when he1 went outside tho whis
tling buoy to meet her. Dr. Itltson
had an unpleasant cxperlenco when
he was leaving the vessel, a rope at
the top of the ladder giving way and
leaving him hanging In the air, fsnm
which ho finally had a fall of about
twenty-ftvo feet Into the sen. Captain
Mosher Is pleased at the fact that.hu
is not the only one who has been given
an unexpected bath,
Light House Tender Kukul Returning.
The United States Light House ten
der Kukul Is reported will sail frcmi
llllo on Monday with destination us
Honolulu. Tho vessel has been mak
ing a tour of the district. Purser
Phillips of tlio steamer Mauna Kea
arriving at Honolulu today states that
tho American schooner Melrose made
a record nt llllo In tho dlschnrge ot
a large shipment of railway ties. The
.lessel was ready for sea on last
Thursday and ret sail for Paget Sound
there to load another .cargo for tho
Hawaiian Islands. During tho Btny
of the Eldorado at that port an aver
age of 3000 ties were put out each
day. llllo shipping people expect tho
schooner Ethel Zane with a cargo of
lumber to arrive there most any dnv.
Tho vessel han cargo for the Hllo
Received Prompt Discharge.
Work of discharging the Inter-In!
and stcamor Mauna Kea was begun
almost Immediately following tho low
erlng of tho gangplank this morning.
The vessel Is to Ball for Kauai nnd
Maul on n special trip this evening
nnd no time was lost in preparing for
tho ciowd. The steamer returned from
Hllo and way ports with n cargo In
cluding 12 v'eces of ohla lumber, 2
tutomoblles, 20 cords wood. 219 sheep
and 187 packages sundries. Strong
trades and northeast swells were met
on the homeward tilp.
Mlssourlan Jvlay Show Up This After.
There Is a possibility that tho Ame
rlcan-Hnwallan .freighter Mlssourlan
with a largo general cargo and a ship
ment of mainland mall will arrivo off
the harbor lato this afternoon. The
steamer Is bringing freight tranship
ped from Atlantic stenmcrs nt tho
Isthmus of Tehuaiite)cc, Tho late
mall wac placed aboard at Seattle.
Should tho vessel fall to show up to
day, her arrival at an early hour to
morrow morning Is expected.
Much Rain on Trip.
Much rainy weather Is reported on
tho homeward trip of tho Inter-Island
steamer Holone that arrived at Ho
nolulu this morning with a bhlpment
of 11.7G0 sacks sugar and n deck load
of 75 head sheep cattlo and 4 mules.
Other lines of cargo Included 28 bales
bags and 5 packages sundries. Tim
Imrkehtlno Hawaii Is reported as load
ing sugar at Mahukona. The Inter
Island steamer Iwalanl Is oxpected to
have sailed from Kawalhao for Ma
hukona this morning.
Massachusetts Due Here June 28th.
A calilo was received by C. P.
Morso, general freight agent for tho
Ameilcan-llawnllan lino this morning
Announcing tho probablo arrival of tlio
big freighter Massachusetts at Ilonn
WX Peacock iKo., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
lulu on or. about June 28th. This vcb
sel will be sent down to tho Islands
to assist In the general cleanup of ac
cumulated, sugars at various ports.
The Massachusetts Is scheduled to
return to tho east coast of tho United
States by the way of tho Straits of
No Sugar at Kukalau.
According to report brought by
Purser Phillips of the steamer Ma
una Kea tho following sugar is awult
lug shipment at Hawaii orts: Olaa,
27,950; Walaken, 27,000; Hawaii Mill
8000; Walnaku, 4000; Papalkou. 25,
2C3; Pepeekeo, 11200; Ilonomu,
8000; Hakalau, 10100; LaupRhochoc,
96C2; Ookola, 42S; Kukalau (11), 1397;
Hamakua, 2700; Paauhuti, 2C00; Hono
kaa, 13, G00; Kukiilliaelc, 1B.003; Pu
nnluu, 15,804 nnd HoiiuaiKi, 0159 sacks.
Grave Charges Made.
Tho morning -paper makes the seri
ous chnrgo .that two or three white
ofllcors In the Pacific Mall steamer
Persia wcro drunk and mado a more
or less nuisance of themselves during
the stay of the vessel at Honolulu,
If tho snmo can bo proven, there Is
likely to ho one o rinore changes In
the personnel ot ofTlcers In that ves
sel when sho returns to this port cn
touto to the. Far East.
Klnau An , Early Arrival.
This morning's .arrivals Included
tho Inter-Island steamer Klnau from
Kauai ports with a fair list of cabin
and deck passengers and nn assort
ment of enrgo Including G000 sacks
BUgar, 150 sacks rice, 57 sacks taro,
GO cases of honey nnd 100 packages
sundries. J'ursor Kent reiiorts strong
northeast trades and heavy seas on
the Inward trip.
Chipping on Kauai.
Windjammer Clears for the Sound.
After having been fumigated at
quarantine wharf, the barkentlno C. F.
Crocker Balled for Puget Sound this
morning, be1ng-towed to Ben by tho
Matson Navlgatn tug. Intrepid. Tho
vessel has completed the discharge of
u shlpment-of lumber at this xirt.
Purser Kent of the steamer Klnnu
reports tho following shipment of sug
ar on Kuual: M. A. K. 23,595; McU.
31.024; K. S. M. 0570; M. S. Co. 7000:
O. F. 9824; (1. & U. 400; K. K. B
2100; K. P. 9320; U P. 11.523.
Enterprlso Balled for San Francisco
direct, Thursday, p. m.
Honolulan arrived Friday, n. m.
Santa Illta arrived Thursday, p. m.
Bchr. Ethel Zane sails Friday, p. m.
tTio following wlrelesB messago hns
been tecelved by the agents from tho
S. S. Wllhelmlhn, bbund for Hono
lulu: "B. B. Wllholmlna, At Sen, June 9,
8 p. in. 1238 miles from Honolulu.
71 cabin passengers, 12 steerage pas
sengers; 4150 tons cargo for Hono
lulu: 1430 tons cargo for Hllo: 72
eacku mull for Honolulu; 124 pack
ages Wells, Fargo express matter; 3
automobiles; 1 gaBolIno launch. Will
arrive early Tuesduy morning."
Dock at Matson wharf, foot of Nuu
Wurcbuusu and ,olIlco building, 1048
Alakeu street, between King nnd
Hotel Sts, Apply on premises.
high school entrance exam
Examinations for High School en
trance will lio held nt the Central
Grammar, the Kaahumanu nnd the
Royal schools beginning at 9 o'clock
Tuesday morning, June 13, 1911
Only those candidates who have
completed the Eighth Grade of the
Elementary Course, or Its equivalent,
will bo admitted to this examination.
WILLIS T. POPE.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
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Saturday, June 10.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kc.i,
stmr., o. in.
Knunl ports Klnau, Btmr., a. m.
Kawalhao and Mnhukuna Holone,
stmr., n, m
Friday, June 9.
Hawaii via Mnul porta Clnudlne,
stmr., C p. in.
Bnn Francisco Persia, P M. S. 8.,
Per Btmr. Mauna Kea from Hllo via
way ports E, V. Miller, Miss E. 111
lcy, Miss C Italic, Mm. A. H. Mc
Lane, P. CL King and wlfo, II. L, King,
Mrs. I). MarcalUno and child, ltcv. K.
O. Stlvn and 2 sons, II, C. DoiineK
Jr., Hi F. Howland, Dr. II. Hayes. A
Lindsay, II, C, Donnols and wife, K.
Pollltz, S. Kuhey, T, Hrandt, P J.
Ilomke, 11. Ogllvle, M areenbnugh
F. O. Baylor, .1. C. Koblnson, F. 0.
Snow nnd wire, Shi Uniakl, W. A
Rn'msuy, Owen Williams, J, W. Smith
and wife, Miss M. Akau, (leo. Ljcur
gus, wife and 2 children, A. Rlchlcy,
Miss O. IJst, E. OelBccko, E. Murphy,
J. Sal, O, Ahln, Ah Choy, Capt. Puck,
Jas. P. J.yncli, J. Kennedy, F. John
ston, W. J. Lowrle, Ti Bhlbuynma, C.
II. Mcllrlde, P. V. Knudsen, J. Jor
genscn, U. Quill, Loo Joe, J. Hamil
ton, Suinata, wlfo and child, C. It.
Hall, O. J. Whitehead, J. Mclnccko,
Mnjor Willis, W. Smythc, O. Smithies,
Hoo Hon, Dr. J. J. Carey, Yomlzu. Rev
V- C, Mcnlt, ltov. R. K. Smith.
Per stmr. Klnau from Kauai ports
E. (libsoti, Mrs. Haley, C. Ilnnale, F.
Weber, Ishlnin, M. I Mitchell, (Sen
H. Fnlrchlld. . S Dins, Albert flar
vle, F. Welch. Miss H. Smith, E.
Crane, .1. C. Fleming, a. E. Hnycs, A.
CiockctCj. P. Dlas, C. Ellbko and 15
Malls are duo from the follqwlni
points as follows:
San Francisco Mongolia, Juno 12.
Yokohama, Korea, Juno 17.
Colonies Per Makurn, Juno 20.
Victoria Per Marama, Juno 23.
Malls will depart for the followlni
points as follows:
San Francisco Honolulan, Juno 13.
Yokohama Mongolia, June 12.
Vancouver Per Makura, Juno 20.
Sydney Marama, June 23.
IN FOREION PORTS.
, Saturday, June 10.
HILO Anlved, June 6; Arrived, Sc.
Eldorado, hence May 17.
YOKOHAMA Juno 8: S. S. Korea,
examined divers uninjured,
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 9: Arrived,
8c. James Johnson, hence Apr. 28
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 10: Sailed
at noon, S. B. Sierra, for Honolul'i.
SEATTLE June 10: Arrived, 8. S,
Columbian, from Sa"n Francisco,
SAN DIEGO Juno 10: Anlved, S
S. Alaskan, from Sallnn Cruz.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
Battle Practice Targeii Sought.
After fifty hours of fruitless on
dcavor the naval tugB Navajo and
Active woro still outBlde tho bar try
ing to get hold ot tho two battle
practlco tarcets which the naval col
licr Saturn lost as sho was coming
in irum nan uiego 1'Tiuay morning
says the Chronicle. Several times the
towbonts got hold of tho dangerotit
derelicts, but tho runaways persisted
In snapping tho heavy hawsers 'as If
they weto twine. With the assistance
of the Active, tho Saturn secured the
hugo hulks Friday evening and was
heading In, but tho strong ebb tide
and rough sea combined to get them
loose. The vessels stood by all night
lo wain coasters ot tho derelicts, and
yesterday morning tho Saturn camo In
after tho Navajo had been dispatched
from Mare Island to assist tho Ac
me. All day tho Government tugs cruis
ed about, shooting lines aboard tho
tossing derelicts, and were reported
coming In late In the afternoon by
John Hyslop, tho Merchants' Ex
change .lookout nt Point Lobos. When
wllhln two miles of tho Heads thn
targets bnce Vnore broke adrift, and
ns hlght settled over tho seotho look
out could obscrvo tho tugs standing
by, but with no lines on the hulks.
On account of the ebb lido It Is not
thought thnt tho tugs will bo ablo'io
maka fast and bring the rofrncloiy
targets In until today,
Cargo by American. Hawaiian.
American-Hawaiian freighters now
on a six days' servlco between New
York and thn Atlantic terminal at
Tchuantepec and operating a twelvo
days' sorvlco In tho Pacific Inchulln
Honolulu and Hawaiian Island porta
have but iccontly been bringing
quantities of European merchandise
to this port, General Freight Agent
C, P. Morso has been advlsod that the
head ollleo ot tho American-Hawaiian
has arranged with the Cle Gonorale
Transatlantic Steamship Company to
hundlo freight between St. Nazalre,
Franco and Pacific Coast ports uvor
tlio Tchuantopco routo, Tlio Fronch
line steamers will mako direct month
ly calls nt Puerto, Mexico, the Atlan
tic terminal of the Tehuantcpco roll
load, whero their caigoes will bo
transferred across tho Isthmus of To
huuntepec nnd picked up by tho Paci
fic 'freighters of tho Amcilcan-IIa-waltan
-BULLETIN AD3 PAY
"Van Dyck" Means
Double Value Why ?
Because we make olir cigars In Tampa, Fla, Instead of on
the Island of Cuba. .
Havana tbbacco costs half as much when Imported In the leaf
as It does In the form of cigars.
""And, this saving of 100 per cent, duty goes 'Into Van Dyck
"Quality," and. Is afforded each smoker. ' -
In Cuba we have our own
warehouse and preparatory
Through our experts, on 'the
ground, w yet the pick of the
choicest tobacco grown the
finest Havana tobacco.
On native soil these leaves
are mellowed Into their fullest
fragrance and flavor then
shipped to our factory in
At Your Dealers
M. A. GUNST & CO. "The
Mongolia1 An Early 'Arrival.
The Pacific Mall steamer Mongolia
from San Francisco with threo liun-!
dred nhil fifty talis general cargo and
a mainland mall Is duo to arrive off,
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tho quarantine on or about nlnn o'clock
on Monday morning. Tho steamer
will be given ii prompt dispatch, prob-
ably sailing for the Orient at flvo
o'clock on that day.
Is Now' in
Ul(t i j '
Sale to realize cash.. Tremen
dous cut in regular prices
makes this one of. the greatest
No -Profit Sales ever held in
Space here is too limited to
quote prices, but the store is
full of high quality goods, elo
quent in 'price-appeal to the
Come pnd see while stock is
complete and low prices prevail
Fort St.; opp.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
, RATES REASONABLE
Here climatic conditions are
similar to those of Cuba. And
here we employ none but Cu
Iban experts the world's finest
Van Dyck "Quality" Is to be
had in twenty-seven different
sizes from the thin, mild pa'
nelela to the fat, full-flavored
perfecto each one the utmost
In Havana perfection.
3-for-25c to 25c Each
House of 8taples" Distributors
According to purser's rcjiortbi ought
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to this city by the steamer Klnau tho
Nllhnti wns passed at Walmeii loading
sugar, while the steamer W. O. Hall
was taking on cargo at Koloa, '
The lnter-Islnnd steamer Llkolllol!
expected will arrive from Hawaii
porta tomorrow with a shipment of
I sugar and a deck load of sheep.
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