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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1911.
Furniture and Piano Movers
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Honolulu Second Degree.
l.rt Alalia No. II (tegular.
AH tlsltlng inembern of tM
Order re cordially InyHed to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EN6INtE5S Jhei Aim
4KEFICIAL ASSnr-IATI0. ciatiom cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mrcts every first mill llilrd Tuesday
of rach moiitli In lYiitrrnlty Hull, I. O.
O. I'. building. Visiting brother eor
illally Invited to nttend.
J ItdlllNSUN. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, i' ot It.
tONOLULTJ LODGE, 616. B, P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. J1R, II. p. 0.
Bike, meets In their hnll. on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
hurlled to atten!.
n. i. n. ishnhhro, e. n.
GEO. T KI.UKOKL, Sea
Mckinley lodge, no.
k. of p.
Meect every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renlng t 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Kort nnd Ileretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited t') at-
JVF. KII.HET, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. It. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Friday at
" SO o'clock, 1' Milan Hnll. comer Here-
lanitvnn.i run mreein. viiiuu ifjuui
era cordially Imltcd tn nttend.
t S. DGf'KKIt. C. C.
O. HICI.N'i:, IC of R. Si S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
trti n.i nrn..,l i,,wl fiiiirllt Wedtiou.
JHi w day evening nf each muntli nt 7.30
W I'VMl., .J.... .,..U,,,W .lull, ....'J....-
;tJr street, near Kiiiiun, Vhltlnc brother
or.o. a davis. w. r.
WJI. C M'OOY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
lire, xhimlni; a inniplete line nf
i, SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Aim Hip Intent noelt!en In KentluTH,
' KlnnrrN ami Itninl Trlininlnu
Hotel Stroct Opposite Young Hotel
NEW SCHOOL BATS
Handsome Pan ami Hats for Ladies at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Block Fort Street
. VISIT THE
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and Surroundings considered) than can be-tound in any other hotel in America. Baggage may be checked
direct to HOTEL POTTER from anywhere in the United States or Canada. Wire-ahead for reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and
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jm:i)lt(li: It IWItTKK leaves fortho
innlnl.Hid next Satin day
A. UAUTLUY has returned from n
jtiKlm-tH trip to liawnll iitnl Muni.
.1 II CASTI.I'! was u inRciiKvr lit
Ihe Hteamer Miuin.i Ken friiiu lllln
thin ,11101 iiImk.
11. 11. rilNIIALLOW, :i Maul plaiita
llnii iiniuaKer. came in on the Bieaimir
.Manna Kea this mornlnR.
W. M t!iri'"Altl) m n imsuciiKPr
in the Bloaincr Mitiinu Kea this morti
ItiK, returning from llllo via nj;
II. It. HITCHCOCK was numbereil
uuioiiK 'the icIurnliiK pasHetiRcrB from
llnwnll In the Hteamer .Manna Kea this
J M WA'IT, miiniiBur of Olan plati'
t.illon, Ik a Mtor to Honolulu on n
liiislncKH inlstlon. lie arrhed In tho
Manna Kea thlii morniui;.
J MODI, tho Hawaii plantation
maiiacer, una Included In tho largo
list ol paxsengcrs wlm an hod thin
inoinlng In the Hteamer .Manna Kea.
,IA.Mi:S A. THOMPSON, clerk In tlic
olllci) of the Hiiireme 'ourl, Iiiib re
turned froma brief vacation spent on
Hawaii Hu wiih ii piiBsctiRcr In tho
steamer Manna Ken this morning,
DR. SINCLAIR TAKES UP OLD
POSITION; SHEPHERD NEW
Dr. A, N. Sinclair takes up his old
position nB liac(eriotoglt lo the board
nf health Holiday next. He returned
seslerda) on Hie l vainer Sierra.
I)r Irwin .1. Shepherd will como
oer lo the board then and glc up
nil oilier work oulsldo that of gen
cral liealth oinccTj President I'rnJlt
"iVna been taking 'th6 doctor arduViil
duiliiK tho tho wrek mid puttliiK lilm
wIko to the Boneral order 'of the
Willi tho arrlal tomorrow inorin
lug of steamer Klniiii from Kauai,
will mine In custody of a siecla! jsi
lice olllecr, n Korean, who Is known
ly u Japanebo naino Ishll. ln l
w Hilled by tho Honolulu police to ro
null hero and faco a half dozen
charges ot embezzlement.
Ishll Is well known to the local po
lice, having been tn tolU before, Thi
police said that Ishll, while ht Hono
lulu, and .bcfmci.RUlntf to, Kunhl,' has
hedn rfoilcltlng tjrdor fi)i niwlng inn
olilties nnd collccfliij? liidney on In
stallment plans. Tho truth Is that
he uewr was nn authorized agent of
anv Ki'wlnir machine establishments
In) lLi(iolu1ii.;'li'o,lat.ilil,jc )iiivc'(inaCi)
a goodlj ninmuit of money befnto ho
went down to W'ahlawa, wheio ho re
peated tho naino tricks to the people
Chief MclMiMo who viig iiwaro of
his doliiKB nmong the Ignorant Orien
tals niado ii BVcln'l trip in Wdlilawii.
but on his an hnl, he learned that
Ishll hail goiio to Knual. YOsteidav
ilternoon, Chief McDulllo sent ono of
his olIlccrB to Kauai to bring th6 limn
to Honolulu. .Ho will arrive tomor-
Harry Kleiuine, Inspector of tbu
llimrd of llenlth, was u happy man
jeoterday. Not Iicoiiimi) he was pro-
luottit to a luoro bouoratde position, but'
in ncdiiint of the restoration to him
of a gold wnteli be once owueil, which
illHiipp"nrti! from his house on l.lllha
.treet ubout nine mouths ugo. Chief
nt lvteetles McDulllo was responsible
fur his Joy.
laist Monilay, whllo the prisoners In
Hie lountry Jail were doing their
dothes, line of the Innmtes saw Hoil
rlgues, n notorious criminal, pass u
goM watch to another prisoner, a
Chilean Tho innttir wiih Immediately
leported to Jailer Asch, who took piis
K'sslnn of the timepiece.
During hla dally call at the pollen
station, Asch handed tho wnteli to
Chief McDiiIIIp. who Immediately re
inemliereil Uh rightful owner. Yester
day he met Kleinmo nnd returned It
An eighteen Inch pipe Is being laid
leading finiii tho Standard Amoilcati
American diedgor cug.igcd In deepen
ing ot tho harbor lo tho low land
owned by tho government and near
Hie slto of Port Armstrong. The
djedger will soon roiuinenco nn that,
sect km of Hut harbor thai lies In tho
Mlelnlly off tho Channel whaif.
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
MIMA KEA LOST PROPELLER
BLADE AND TO GO IN DOCK
Struck Obstruction Before Entering Harbor This Morning
Nocau From Kauai Ports Eclipse to Have Steam En:
gines Installed at Hongkong Alakea Wharf Ready for
Receipt of Shunyo Maru Cargo.
A blado In Hlo propeller of tho
Inter-Island Meamor Manna Kea was
unnpiicii olt early this niornnlg not
long before Iho isipular llllo liner en
tered the harbor of Honolulu.
The ei!scl was brought alongside
her wharf without much dlfllciiltynnd
a hasty examination was then niado
of the damage done.
The Manna Kea will have to go Into
dock bcfoio innMng another trip lo
llllo nnd way jiorts, hut l( Is pre
dicted that the work can bo 'accom
plished without nliy delay hi the re
gular sailing of that essel on next
Tuesday morning. ' '"
While l( Is not jlcflnltcly known
what causeil tlio loss of one o'f Hie
blaics of tho proiieller It Is believed
(hat tiio tciBci'moV. wllh'n piece of
heavy timber, which becauso )f be
ing waterlogged had become naitly
The Manna Kea icti'irncii' with a
ory largo list of cabin nnd 'deck pas
sengers this morning. Purser Phil
lips i'eioi(s strong trades ami heavy
seas with n northeast an ell In ciojs
Ing the chnnnql. (i ' ' .
The steamer hiought a go'nenil car
gc Including tlneo au.lomojill'es, a
Uiinutlt of empty ket;s nniij'hottlcB,
bales of hldesi :I2 bales of wtjj, HSrt
pieces of ohla timber, 1 cintcit chic
kens ami SS2 packages HiinlVos.
, Purser Phillips ii'poViV.tbo' Inler-
Llsliiiul sIcniilcV-KhtiilaUl at llllo, the
Knual at llakalau. Tho sleamer l.lko
llko Is to load cattle at Kawathao
and will arrhe here tojay with .1."G.1
.Walnkea Heads, the List. . .,. .
Walakea plantation heads Iho H,U
In the nceiimiihitlon of sugar on Ha"
wall according lo a sugar list for
warded to Honolulu by Purser Phillips
of tho s'tuanicr Mniinn Ken. Tho con-
Flgiimciitsf'iiwattlng shipment Inctiido
tho following: Olna 20.830, Walakea
2.1.000. Hawaii Mill 30R0, Walnakil
fOO. Onomca m.lfiO, Pcpcckco BS00,
Ikmomii cool), llakalau smnn, Ijiupa'
hochoo r,300 and Ookala 2210 sacks.
Mall Has Reached the Mainland.
Mall dispatched from Honolulu In
tho Pacific Mall steamer Kmc.i cm
last Saturday Is reported by cablo to
have arrlve,d at San Francisco nt si
o'clock sesterday morning. Tho Ko
rea departed Inking a number of well
known Honolulu people.
Twenty Day Trip for Expansion.
Tho Ameilcah schooner Kxpaiision
made the trip from Kaliiilul to l'oit
Dragg In twenty days accoidlng to
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tci. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
!Mont Rouge Wines
cahlcu iecoled by tho local branch
of tho Merchants' Kxchangc. Tho
fcehnnner reached the lumber iwrt yes
Three Days of Activity.
Tho first three dajs ot the coming
week will be active ones In Mono'
lulu judging from tho number of ves
Mils nn tho berth ninl duo lo arrive
nt the port between Sunday and Wed
ncsday. In Iho list of departuics. Is
tho steamer Noeait scheduled to do-
part for Knual porls on Monday even-.
lug. Following the N'ocau will ho the
Manna Kea for dispatch to Hawaii
ln Maul lMiits nt ten o'clock Tues
day morning. Tuesday Intor-Istanil
B-illIng Include the Klnau Tor Kauai
porta and Iho Mlknhala Tor Maul, Mo
lokal and 1-nnal ports, both vessels
lo got nwav at llo o'clock.
Deep, sea shliiplng mineinenta In-
cliulo Iho Mnlsou N'avlgallou steamer
Wlllielmlmi and tho Ocennle liner Sl
oi ra, liolh 'essels on the boards for
dispatch at ton o'clock Wednesday
morning. Tho Japanese liner Tenjo
Mnru duo to nrrle fiom San Fran
cisco early Tuesday morning will pro
bably bo dispatched for Iho Orient at
fto o'clock tho same day. Tho Cuim-i ''son, Misses Jensen (2), Misses Ar-illan-Australlan
liner Makurn from thnr (2), Mis. A. Lindsay mid 2 sons,
Australian ports duo on Tuesday A. Arthur, G. W. Wallace, Miss A.
morning Is expected will continue, tho! Lindsay, .Mrs. J. IJndsny, Miss V.
voyage In Vnncomor that afternoon.! Madden. Dr. Ohilsjor, wlfo and 3 chll
Tho army tninsHut l)gnn U cxpectedi llro". Miss M. Nohrlgi. S. Spencer,
from San Francisco on Tucsdny nionii -Miss I), Hell, Misses Jnrrqtt (2,
Ing nnd It Is Iho present Intention nf Misses Prltchanl (2), Miss I). I'od
the ipinrteniinsler department to ills-, moio, MIeb A. ltlckard, Mnster F.
patch the vessol for Manila via Guam, Clinton, Master Vlda, J. K. Notley, .1.
tho evening of that day., - Mortens, W. W. Pnty, Mrs. W. Hoo-
Advices iqcclvcil hero Indicate the
llval' or Mho Cnhndlah-AuRtrnllan
liner Manimii from Victoria on Wed
nesday morning. This vessel bIiouM
sail for Aurklaud and Sydney via
Fnnnlng Island tho ovcnlng ot that
Hllo, Shipping at Standstill.
There Is ,cry llltlo to iciioit li(
Hllo shipping at Iho' tlino of departure
of tho Inter-Island liner Manna Kea.
Tho Mntsiiu Navigation steamer IIo
uolulaii sailed for San Francisco by
the way ot Kaliiilul on last Thiiisday
taking a rin mtlty of sugar. Tho Mat
son liner Wllhclmlna arrived from
Honolulu nn Friday. Tho schooner
Melrnso Is discharging lumber at tho
Tho Ameilean schooner Mmlol was.
dispatched from Hounlpii on lakt'
Thursday with destination iih San
Fniiiclsco, This vessel discharged a
shipment of lumber.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
i- c ?a I c? f " s I
d S 2 I -
m til, in. it in. p m i.m.
1 l.3i is im b.ii oui M- an sen
s-le I.H JOT, flit 0S7. M', 0.0. 301
S. 10 l.g J.3H All T.ll 6IB 0(l 3M
T 3.11 i.n 3es vw hm Me itr. ij
(i 0.1.'. I.; a. Ii lO.lf U.I I Mo OH. rl.
0 191 1.5 I.IOICltlOlO MC 0.OT. 7.1.1
J2L' 5I Jn ' "i!J "" l0lj "7 ""' "ll
Kiitl moon Seitcuiler 8 at S:SG u. in,
I PAS8ENOER8 ARRIVED
car stmr. Manna Kea, from llllo
and way ports, Sept. !). II, 1). Rog
ers and wife,, Miss M. Marshall, Mrs.
.1. .1. Tracy, Miss Kcrgusoh. (leo. Tur
ner, C". 11 Hitchcock, It Zcrbe, J. M.
Watt, M. Oinstcd, A. Hartley, W. M.
(llffnrd, II. 0. Wlnkley, wife uiul child,
Itev, W. Ault. .1. Motisarrnt, II. II.
(IHTnrd, wire, child and nurse, Mian
II. Woodford, Miss V. Lawrence,
Mlssoa Forest (2), Mnsler Mulr, .Mis
ses Mulr (2), Jlrs. HmlFon, Mrs. Wcty
ninl son, Miss V. Tom Keo, Miss M.
I.alakea, L, Holmes, I). Damon, Mas
ter Damon, Miss I. Dcslia, Miss II.
Medcnir; Miss P. Ciimmlngs. It. C,
Drown nnd sou, Chuck Hoy, Mis.
Compo and child, K, Peck and wifo,
.1. Molr, (1. Molr, Miss Shopsky, C.
Ccresolo, Miss T. Tlothwell, .Miss .1.
Ilaldwln, Miss J. .Cam'pbull, M. 11.
Italics, Miss A, Finnco II. Dosha.
Master W. Kannkauiil, Miss II. Oath-
carl, Misses Miindon (2), Mm. K. Dlas
and child, S. Ilnkura, T. Tanuisukl,
J"ss Serrao, (J. II. Wright and wire,
Master (leo. Krendo, Mrs. W. Cahlll
and daughter, 'Mis. Ilaker and son, S.
Sugnl, Yoshldowa, Ilev. II. S. Hong,
.1. A. ThompMin, Mrs. C. McLennan
and daughter, A. Mdgutr, It. K. As
kew, Miss A. Husscy, Mrs. P. P.
Woods, 5 chlldien nnd servant, Mlsse
McQiiald (2), J. 11. Hind, 1). llond, J.
Ilond, II. Siiml, Look Yee, Master H.
llaikcr, F. C. Conan, T. J, Fltzpat
rlck, Miss M. Kenton, Miss M. Hop
pln, S. Austin, Jllss V. Austin, Miss
Mi Woo, Miss B, Hodcnhiirst, Miss M.
.May, S. Knmakea, Jr., Jus, Kll, Miss
Lee Wan, P. It. Keay, J. A. Held, A.
Alliens, wife nnd 3 chlhlicu, Miss
Williams, Misses Makekau 12), Miss
llolokalnnt, A. J. Wlltlnmson, A. Mor
knnul. Mnsler Willie, J. Mclneeko nnd
3rhllilr6ir, J. S.Medolros, Win. Mc
(lerrow and son, W. S. Crane, Miss'
C. Lindsay, Misses Taj lor (2), Miss
I). Kngle, K. fMatsiuiioU), K. Naga-
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sukii. Miss M. Cuse Ai Wndsyir(h.'
1). Wndsworth, Miss T. Nagatanl', C
WllcAv, Mlsrf Ciimnilngs, A. X3. Illow
sctt nnd 4 chlldien, Miss 11. Lucas.
Miss V. McKee, Mrs. A. L. Soulo and
son, S. McCubblii and daughter, 0.
II. Seong and ilaiighter. Miss Harri
son, Miss E. inrkcr, Mrs. Akaiia, Miss
All Ting. Miss L. Song, J. Wing Tnl,
II. It. Penhallow, U day, IS. Hay, K.
(lay. MIsscb Guy (2). Sam Johnson,
J. II. Cnstle, J. Moore, Mrs. G. Rich
ardson. Mrs. J. Richardson, Miss
Richardson. .Miss M. Fnrdcn, K. Ta
naka, Miss I), llcnnliig, K. Klmurii,
Mrs. Hade. Mrs. Kaiiheho and1 child,
MIsscb Mlib (2), Mrs. M. M: Grnhain,
C. Ah Loy and 2 children, It. IvcrB,
...Cnplaln, Helhlg, master of the for
mer Intcr-ISland gnsoilrfo7'- acliooncV
Eclipse was In lecelpt of a cable this
morning Instructing him to set sail
and proceed lo Hongkong, China and
no't lo Manila, Philippine Islands.
According to ndvlces received by
the sklpHr of tho Kcllpso which Is
expected to get away thin afternoon,
ho Is to proceed with all isisalble
speed for tho China coast port. Tho
Eclipse Is to bo fitted with a good
tyiio of marine ongino which Is to bo
driven by btcnin.
Tho gasoline chgllio now In the ves
sol will then be removed. Tho J
llpso has been laying itt Illshop wharf
since leaving tho local mailuo rail
way hero work to tho amount of $7fid
has been performed In' nn attempt
lo again niado tho Kcllpso seaworthy,
J. W. A. Iledhouso, who shipped In
the Kcllpso on her first attempt
ncgotlato tho Philippines stated this
morning that ho wbb prepared to tako
passago In tho vessel for tho Orient
This morning tho 'muster of tho
schooner had succeeded 'in 'rounding
up a crow to man his vessel, they
being for tho most part Filipinos wlpi
hnvo decided that thoy will forsake
plantation llfo In Hawaii for it trip
to tho ijcnil nf tho' Orient
.1 W. iMarauluy who also shipped
In tho Ecllpso on tho former voy
ago an donkoyinnn, was uiuloclded to
day as to whether he would again
lii'avi' llio jolcm'ents In n schooner the
bIzo of tho Eclipse.
Hill lot In Kdltorlnl Ilun'm Phonr,
21S5 II n lie tin Iluslucsi Oftlc
. - .. ii. - jm rat
SANTA BARBARA, CAL.
Saturday, Sept. 9. !
llllo via way ports Manna kea,
slmr., a. in.
Friday, Sept. 8.
Knual isirls W. G. Hall, slmr., 5
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno,
r.tinr., 5 p. in.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
..Saturday, Sept. 9.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Sept. 7: 8. H.
Kb (i Mnru, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Sept. 8: S. S.
Mongolia, lienco Aug. 28.
GRAYS HARHOIl Arrived, Sept. 8:
Schr. Expansion, from Kaliiilul,
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed. Sept. D: S. S.
Virginian, for San Francisco Ivla
San Diego. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, opt. 9: 8.
S. Arlzonan, for Seattle
James Makee to Aid Ka' MoL
Tho Miller Snlvago Company katcnm
er Jiunei Mukco was 'dlfpatchcil to
windward Oaliu this morning .taking
a (liutntlty of thrco Inch Bleep cablo
which will lie bent' 'to Iho distressed
little schooner Kn Mol which Is now
In gravo danger of beaching her
bones on tho icefs which abound in
Kuliami. Hay, i
Tho James Makco, Ib believed can
exert sufficient ttiuln on Hie stranded
schooner to iclenso her from n icri
lous position. Tho work of discharg
ing tho shipment of hardwood ties h
being moved as expeditiously as pos
sible under tho circumstances. A
Btrong trado has prevailed at wind
ward ports slnco III luck attended the
movements of the Kn Mol.
Tho efforts of ilia James Makco to
successfully tow tho schooner off will
bQ watched wl.lhfc Interest by local
Mls Ida Compiest, the actress, will
bq married In October to Rlccnrdo
nMelll, oldest snij of iho late Admiral
Lulgl Heitelli nf Genoa, Italy.
Kadi Can- """V
ml heart (mIDY)
the nmnt 0"X ;
M.r. uni'fiiiiMTR 1
it 4AaAkAAA fc ,
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