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eVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.
H.. FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1911.
Lcihl (riapltr i.'.M. C. S.
Hawaiian Si riitnl Degree.
lliiriniiii riiapliT i. I, 0.
i:. s. KcmiLir.
All Tlaltlnjc members of Uc
Urdsr are cordially Invited to
attond meetings of local lodgts
Furniture and Piano Movers
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0"het Aho
CKEFICIAL A?Snp.ATIOH. elation- cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M,
Meets every Urst nml third Tuesday
or tucli iminlli In I-VaUrnlty Hull, t O.
(). !' building lilting brothers cur
dlally Invited to attend
W J IlulllNSON. S.iclicm.
11 V. TODD, C of It.
aOUOLUID LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1,
Honolulu Iodse No. 61, t). r. O.
Clki, meets in their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday svs-
clog. Visiting Urotbers ars cordially
rtTlted to atten'i.
d r. it. isi.Nni.na, e. n.
ai:o. t ki.ui:ciii., sec.
VU. McKINlEY I0D0E. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Meets aftry 2nd and 4th Saturday
stenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and llcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invttsd ti at
F. F. KH.IICY, C. C.
B. A. JACOI1SON, K. U. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Hrst nnd tlilril Friday at
7 50 o'clock, I'ytlilnn Hall, corner Hero
Innlii nml Fort ntroetn. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
b. Di:cui:it. c. c.
O. 1II.INI. IC of K & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets mi second and fourth Wcdnos
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, near l'.mma. Visiting brothers
are Invlud to attend.
HIM. A. DAVIS, W. P.
WM. O. M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
Havo received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS.
HOTEL ST., Opp. Young Cafe
J. T McCltOSSON will pnll mi
Wllhclinlnn for tho Coast
W. V. (lOOI)Al.i:, tho plniit.itlon
manager, haH returned from n trip to
I III) 111 II 1 1 1 1 it n c
1)11. II. V MURRAY and Mrs. Mur
ray arc back fi out an extended visit
to the mainland.
J. II. HUNT, Interested In a pre
serving can mnnufurtnr) on the cnasl,
Is a visitor to tho Islands,
.1. 11. III.IM3TKO.M, who has been
on a pleasure trip to tho coast, re
turned In the Siena this morning.
It I l.ll.l.li: nml MHS. I.ll.t.li:
were passengers lu tho Sierra which
arrived from tho const this morning
II II IIIlltTZ comes to Honolulu to
take up wnik In one of tho local the
aters He was an arrival In the Slcrni
PHINCI3 AND PRINCESS KAI.ANI
ANAOI.l. expect In sail foi the Coast
on tho Wllhelmlna. They will go ill
net to Washington.
I. 11. cit.mmi.NUS, a local real en.
tale broker. Is back from a business,
trip to the coast. He returned In tho
Oceanic liner Sierra today.
.1 P. COOKI. has returned from a
business mission which called 1) tin to
the (onst. Ho was numbered among
tho pnsscngors In the Slertn
SISTERS KINATIU8 AND ANTON
HI.I.A were among the arrivals In tho
Oceanic liner Sierra this morning to
lake up religious work In theso Is
lands. .1. 0. CARTER of lllshop H (Jo., wns
numbered among tho passengers re
turning In tho Sierra this morning af
ter n business nnd pleasuro trip to tho
CHARLES N. MAHQUI.Z and Mrs
Murqucz me back from n pleasant
two months' trip to the const. Mr,
Murqticz visited n number of cities an
bolh business nnd pleasure.
CHIEF HOATSWAIN O. J. KI.NNI.Y
from San Francisco, to be attached nt
tho Honolulu Naval Still Ion, was nil
ui'ihnl In the Oceanic liner Sierra, this
morning, accompanied by Mrs. Ken-
JOSHUA D. TUCKEIMs glad to get
hack from the busy nnd throbbing
mainland to the mnro quiet nnd Betlntq
delights of Island lire. He was an nr-
ilvnl In tho Oceanic liner Sierra this.
11 FIIANKI.YN HIl.I.I.R, represent
Ing the Ioynl Order of the Moose, Is
u visitor to Honolulu assisting III tho
formation of n Honolulu lodge'.' -lid
nrrlu'd as a passenger In tho Slcrrn
W. W COOKS, ox-Congressman
fioln New Yoik, was numbered ninnng
(lie passengers arriving this morning
by the Sierra. Ho Is nccompanlcd by
JIrs, Cocks nnd they propose to re
main in tho Islands for several wooks,
Hit E. H Kill. LEY, an niipoluted
medical olllicr connected with tho
Uiyal Order of tho Mooso, of which
ii local branch Is now uniier forma
tion, arrived lu the Siena this morn
ing to remain until tliu Honolulu lodge1
CIIONC. SIN. Min of a local Chinese
iiiei chant and importer, bom in the
Hawaiian Islands, u turned 111 tho Si
erra this morning, having been ilonled
admission to tho mainland by the Im
migration olllceis stationed nt San
Francisco, It being nllcgeil that hUi
papers wcro not In proper shape.
II, aOODINO riKI.I), n member of
n firm of corporation attorneys of Now
Yoik who spent some time at Santo
Domingo as tho specially appointed
collector of revenues nl the Island do
main, is a visitor to Honolulu n:i a
passenger In tho Oceanic liner Sierra.
Ho wns delegated to lako over tho cus
toms olllco at Santo Domingo until
such time as sillllcieut revenues had
been collected lu repay certain In
demnity then Incurred;
JOHN (1UII. I), who has just re
turned from it vacation on tho Const
verities tho stntemont that had nows
will travel quicker than good by stat
ing that although Hawaii Is woll
known to residents of the Const where
lin has been visiting, they secin to
know mnro nboiit tho recoiit slight
tough of cholera hero than of mi thing
else. Ho says 'tho Promotion Com
mltteo is doing good vork but thorc
Is a lot more. to. lo jlono.
. . l .
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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New moon October :ijiU B:38 p. in.
Oceanic Liner Here With Many Passengers But Not Crowded
Malina Loa Departs for Kona and Kan Honolulan
Passengers View the' Comet and Marvel Many Stow
aways Found On Japanese Liner.
"II Is safe to spy that at least ono troops nnd civilian passengers dentin-
. tl....!! .
hundred paBsengcrs brought down .- ""' ...
1 111! triiv in-nij mi tnv a -.....- -
New Trimmed Hats
Handsome models Jut received In
Millinery Parlors, Boston Duildlng
ECEIVED ex S. S. Lurline, tho lat
est stylos in LINGERIE, EVEN
JNG COATS, and EMBROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES in boxes. All
kinds of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 younc building
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
wtfLodioj'.. an JMenV Hats ' Reasonably
Matters In connection with the
mrieiiuiiit lii'twicii tho Territory and
tliu llllo Hallroad Company regarding
tlie leasing of the government wharf
ut llllo by tho (ompany are now com
ing to a llnisli, I,. A. Thurston has
held hov erul ( (inferences with Superin
tendent of Public Works Marston
L'auipbi'll, nnd this morning they cull
ed In Attoriiiy-lli'iieral Alexunder
l.ludsay and drew up tho proposed
The matter Is to bo taken up at n
bpeclul meeting of Mm hnrlmr commis
sion to bo (ailed for Monday nfter-
tionn, when tliu wbolo thing will bn
thrashed out nnd all tho dllllcultles
that mlglit I ci existing llnully dltposid
The matter will then ho advertised
ami the following Saturday will coiuo
up at it public meeting, when liny coin
pliilnls from tho outside will h heard
mid also thrashed out This will about
Mulsh llin ninth r, nml by then the
company and tho Tenltory should lio
almost ready to. cinch' the mutter right
awny nml sign tho document.-
fioin San Francisco by the Sierra this
trip aro tourists," vt slated Purser
Thomas Smith, of Hint vessel to tho
visiting newspapermen uikmi arrival
early this morning. f
"I understand Hint the Sierra will
hnvo n good sized list of passcngcrH
on her next regular trip to the Islands,
the ndvanco bookings nt tho Sail Fran
cisco oHlce Indicating Hint the tourist
trafllc for this season will bo well tip
to the mark.
Of tho ouo hundred and thirty-four
cabin passengers n number of well
Known kninnnlnus wcro noted In tho
arrivals. A number of Portuguese
families who somu months ago hail
been lurod Id the Coast with orfcrs
of remunerative employment In tlie
orchards and vineyards returned as
fctecrngo passengers ami Judging from
the demonstration that they made, it
Is picsiimcd that Honolulu and tho
Hawaiian Islands loo'tcd pretty good
to them nftcr a tusslo with real hard
labor exacted by tho mainland contractors.
cTho Sierra lintt a cargo nmountlng'
to 2G.16 tons this Including three nuto
mohlles. Captain Houdletto brought his com
mand to niiarniiltne In live days and
seventeen hours. The first two days
alter leaving San Francisco wns In
clined to I io rather rough and sunnily
after which time tho weather left lit
tle to bo desired.
A concert given on board n few
evenings ngo Is pronounced by tho
passengers nbout tho finest hit of en
tertainment they hud enjoyed In n
long time. Under tho direction of II
Franklin Illllor, n program of twelve
numbers met with enthusiastic apprc
(.lallon by those who attended. Sev
oral theatrical people who are to taku
up work nt tho local play houses con
tributed to tho pleasure of tho even
ing. Ono feature of tho evening was
a short but Interesting talk by II.
Hooding Field who sonio lime ago
served the government nt Santo Do
mingo ns collector of revenues.
The Sierra Is to Hull for San Fran
cisco next Wednesday morning Inking
somo sugar and oilier lines of Ha
waiian products. A rather light list
of passengers Is thus far hookod for
Many Stowaways Found In Japanese
Hlght htownwnjs, who vvero c night
on tinurd tho Chlyo Main during her
voyngo ncmss tho Pacific, nro at the
Immigration station on Angol Island
uwltlng (leiMirlutlnn. Tho slnwuwnvs
wcro discovered by the ameers of the
liner at various stages of tho passage,
Somo of them had been concealed In
Hie coal hunkers, whllo others hid In
tho holds. That the UHla brown stnvv
nways had friends on board was evi
dent fiom tho fuel that they wore well
supplied with food.
New San Franclico Transport Dock.
Ilcforo the Sierra Balled from San
FranclBCo tho now government trans
port docks nt tho Coast port woro
thrown open for uso by army boats.
Tho United States army transport
Crook Is said to hnvo been tho 'first
vessel to uso tho now pier which Is
located at tho foot of Van Ness Ave
Fortune Spent on Transport Thomas.
Nearly six hundred thousand dollars
Is nllcgcd to have been spont In tho
repairs and renovations on tho United
States nnny transport Thomas which
has for a yonr boon out of commis
sion nt Mnro Island.
The ThonuiB Is to go Into scrvlco in
Novemborr snlllng from tho Const mi
tho fifth of thut month with offlccri;
eluded the extension of tho boat deck
foro ami .ifl. tliu construction of a
large smoking loom nl tho after end
of tho now deck and tho Installation
of a Indies' tearoom amidships. The
changes will add materially if tho
comfort of passengers. Cnptaln Stlm
ton will command the transport.
Pacific Mail Liner Under Repairs.
Whllo the Pacific Mull steamer City
of Panama, which nnirovvly escaped
loiindcrlng off Point Tosco In tho low
er const hurricane Is discharging her
ilnmugcit cargo at San Francisco, tho
worK of repairing tho wounds receiv
ed from the elements Is under way.
Shin rtariiciitcrs are putting In n new
sldo'lotlio saloon cabin, which was
smashed like a paper box by tho Hea
vy seas, nnd Iho sleamer Is being
patched up throughout. Most of tho
enrgo In tho after 'tween decks ail' I
lower hold was damaged. It Is ex
pected that the Pannnia will get awny
ngnln In nbout two weeks.
(Continued from Page 1)
to withstand u wind of 160 inllci per
hour, mid the fail that they have not
been damaged Is one of the pieces of
good news lu the mUlct of tho general
reports of dlaster.
According to the news received by
Mr. Hwnnzy, the damage dono to rail
roads was about COO.OOO yen, nr j:10,
UflO, whereas sugar cropt suffired fi,-
000,000 cn worth of damage nnd other
crops ,1,000,000 ydi. Tliero wire 430
lives lost, 437 persons nro moro or less
Kcrlnusly Injured and ICC missing. The
storm broke nut on September 17 nnd
the latest renorts nro Heiitember 23.
Tho Island was so badly ravugeil that
the Hank of Formosa was advanced
200,000 yen by tho Formosa govern
ment. mid the bank In turn advanced
300,000 yen to a building company to
build up houses In llio main streets of
The sugar output lieforo the storm
vviih estimated at 4.110,000 bags, but
since the storm Is estimated nt 2.7S0,-
000 bag-i. vvlilln next year's crop seems
to have suffered very severely.
Local sugar men say that tho ef
fect of this storm will bo to lessen the
supply of Java sugars available for
I.iirnpn nnd tlie United States, us much
of tho Formosnn markets In the Fur
Host can not be supplied from For
inoxn nnd Java sugars will bo In de
mand there. As n factor In rnlslng the
price. It Is not to be overlooked.
Per O. 8. S. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco, Oct. 20 Sister Antnncltn, W.
II. Alwnrd, Mrs. Alwurd, MrB. It. Hell
ions, W. N. Ilelllnger, M. P. Ilolcllin,
Mrs. llotolho, Mrs. K. 1C Ilnyum nnd
1 children, (1. II. llrndt, II. It. Iliillcn.
II. K. lliirkc, .1. .1. Htirkc, Mrs, Iluiko
.Hid child, .1. O drier, Loo Chu, W.
Vv Cocks, Mis. Cocks, .1. I Coke, .1
P. Cooke, Mrs. M. II, Crawford, MlM
C. Crawford, Mrs. Mary Crossninii and
Infant, David Crossmrn, K. Grossman
Miss Mnhul Crossmnn, Miss M. Cross.
man', Hov. F. M. Ciillcn, Mrs. Culleti
and child, Mis. !'. 3, Cunhn, .1. II
Ciiminliigs. V. F. D.ilo, Mrs. Dale, II.
K Davis, Mrs, F. Davison, Master M.
Davison, Mrs. C. T. Donner, Miss Ed
mondson, 11. O. Field, Mis. Field, W.
S. Olbbs. Mrs. Olbbs. tlolicrt Olblia.
Wm. (Will", Miss Muriel (llhson, 11,
Ooff, W. W. Ooodnll, S. II. Hart, II.
11. Hcrtr. II. F. Hlller, (1. C. Hodges,
B. .1 Howard, I.. W. Howard, D. P.
limine!!, Jr., J. II. Hunt, Miss Char
lotte 1 1 use, Sister Ignatius, W. John
son, Mrs. Johnson, Miss A. 11. Jones,
Miss IMIIli Jones, I-Mvvln A. Jones,
Mrs. Jones, Dr. B. 14. Kcelcy, C. J.
Kennoy, Mrs. Konncy, B. Kopkc, Mrs.
Allco A. Lunula, W. J, Lolnnl, Mrs.
I eland, P. II. I-enz, C. Lewis, Mrs.
Lewis, Miss II. Lewis, Miss It, Lewis,
Hov. F. J. Llbby. Miss Allco M I.lbby,
It. I. 1.1111c, Mir. 1.1111c, C. I. McCrae,
Mrs. McCrnc, Mrs. A. Tt. Mcl.mo nnd
Infant, Miss A. K. Mcl.anc, Miss He
len Mcl.anc, 'Master J. It. Mcl.anc,
Mnslor I. McLnno, Miss M. McLnno.
Mrs. P. I,. Mcl.anc, C. N. Mnrquez,
Mrs. Mnrqncz, C. II. Motcnlf, Dr. II,
V. Murray, Mrs. Murray and child,
Mrs. A. W. Meyer and Infant, Muster
Kdvvnrd Meyer, Itcv. Oeo. Meyer, Miss
Mutch, Mis. A. (1. Nnson. IC. Nell!,
Mis. Nclll, Miss Knti Newklrk, Mrs,
Paltnn, Mrs. S. O. Pearson, M. V. Po-
lor, Mrs. Peter. A. II. Sniiorbaiiin, O.
II. Shepherd, .1. B. Swuln, II. Swnrtz.
Kdvv, Talliovv, B. C. Thomas, Mrs. O
Trook, Jllss May Thomas, J. I). Tuck
er. Daniel Turner. W. I). Vorwork.
Mrs. Adda Ward, B. V. Wlnut. Mrs
Wlnnt, (Ico. T. Williams, Miss II
Witt, A. A. Wright, Mrs. Wright, W.
II. Yandcll, Mrs. Yandoll.
Honolulans Marvel at the Comet.
Tho little hand of passengers who
departed from Honolulu lu tho Mat
ion Navigation steamer Honoliiliin
somo days ago were given opimrtunlty
Ho view Iho newly dlsrnvcrod comet
under the most favorable conditions
Tho celestial visitors was seen vory
plainly shortly nftcr tho sun hni
drnimeil llelow tho horizon Its bright
tall making a grand sweep ncross tho
heavens. Tho Honolulan was reported
would go Into dock for u cleaning he
roic steaming for Seattle and thenco
returning In Iho Hawaiian islands.
Lumber and Timber, for Pearl Harbor.
The American schooner Siiinar isie-
isirted as having sailed from tho
Sound with n Inrgo shipment of lum
ber nml heavy limber to bo used In
const i net Ton work at Pearl Harbor
naval station. ,
ARMY POST ,
(Continued from Page 1) (
been proposed ns cullubto sites for ob
tiihilshlng Hew quartern.
Another dlstiiihlng factor Is tho
probability that piilllclent funds can
not he obtained for purchasing tho
land and making tho necessary lin
piovcmcnts. All tho money measures'
next Wlntor must bo handled by iii
Democratic House, which has adopted
the slogan of retrenchment and oppo
sition to militarism. Tho belief Is ex
pressed that llttlo assistance tuny bo
expected In starting now 'enterprises.
solno money, coming over from mi
old appropriation, ms been nvallalilo
for approximately three years. It Is
made uppllcuhlo to tho Philippines
nnd Hawaii. It was hoped un addi
tional sum mlglit ho secured and nil
applied to concentrating tho troops
near Honolulu. ,As It stands nothing
whatever Is being accomplished in
that direction. It Is possible tho
funds may ot bo taken nnd dlsbiirncil
In buying a Bite, leaving tho sum re
quired for development to tho gener
osity of Congress.
The two branches of Iho Army most
Interested In the mailer do not seem
to bo working In pnrfect harmony.
Those connected Willi the Adjutant
General's Department nro nulla en
thusiastic for tho change and anxious i
Hint the work of concentration shall
proceed. Th'oso of tho Quartermaster
Genoral's Department lire more leth
argic nnd do not appear hopeful that
anything will be accomplished In tho
near future. It Is this ln(tcr Depart
ment that must perform tho real work.
It must secure tho slto and construct
tho now barracks. Olllclnls thero say
Iho entire matter Is hanging lire,
with no progress being made.
It is considered likely that Secic
lary Sllmson and Ocne'riil Wood will
recommend that an appropriation bo
nuiilo by Congicss nt Its next session
for tho Improvements under discussion.
In tho caso of Francisco S. Ilorgcs
against Maria Adelaide Ilcttcncourt
Ilrloo do Snquolra Bncamacao tho
Supreme Court this morning handed
down their decision. Tho caso was
one to remove u cloud from title and Mi
tho court held that while power may Jv
ne conferred ny statuie upon u conn
of cqulyt to annul a deed nnd to
novo u cloud, or establish a till
Ti'iiipi'intures- ii a. in, r9, X a, i
70; lu a in, 77; noon, 7G; morning
111 111 1 1 till til. I'.S.
IlalcniKli r, 8 u. in., 30 00; absolute
humidity, 8 it. tit.. ( M0 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. i
HI pi r cent.; dew point, S n. pi. 01.
Wind S ii. in., velocity !, direction
NI3 ; ii a m , velocity 2, direction NB
10 n in, velocity 8, direction SW.;
noon, viloclty 13, direction SV.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended nt
noon, 0 hull.
Total wind movement during 24 hours
ended at noon, 124 miles.
WM. II. -STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U.S. Weather Hureaii.
(Contlnu.d from Pag 1)
Hon here, Hnwu'.l ran stand from one
quarter to oiie-thlrd reduction.
"If It Is grtlng to bo revised us n
IKilltlral measure, In u hnphaznd
manner, tliero Is no predicting what
Iho result will he. President Taft Is
lor a lovlshm or tho gcueril tariff
schedule by schedule.
"Tho election of Mr. Tnft would he
Important, ns hearing on-the lovlslon
of tho tariff schedulo by schcilulo In
stead of us a whole, would It not,"
Mr. Cooko was asked.
"Yes, I should think so," ho replied.
"Tliero Is no question Unit Talt Is
going stronger. If tho luvlslon Is
mndo schedule by schedule, and upon
tho reports of Iho tariff boanl afler
an Investigation that will bo scientific
and fair, Hawaii need not fear a low
ering of not mnro than ono- third."
Mr. Cooke Has Hint Bnn Franclso's
business bus been wonderfully stimu
lated by Holph's virility, ll had an
Immcillato and rcmuiknhlo effect," ho
I'll 1,1, "and it menus u great deal to
Sun Francisco. Iluslnoss Is good and
getting better all of the time."
He went up Inlo Washington, Ore
gon ami Vancouver island. In com
pany with B. It. Adams, manager of
tho Scnltlu blanch of Alexander &
Baldwin and well known here, mid
John I.. Fleming, they did some cu
Per Btmr. Mntitin Ken, for llllo via
wny ports, Oct. 24. A. It. fluiry, Mrs.
Sadler, Mrs. Bninia Mills, F. Kennedy,
C W. Ashford. Miss Douglas, Miss
llolchor, B. C. Schenkel, O, II. Nor
ton. S. 8. Pnxson, II. W. Itlggs, C.
Uiuls. Mrs. O. II. Ofillck. A. T. lluck.
Dr (I. II. Iltiddy, Mrs. Iluddy, Mrs.
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i-L-r num. niuiiii, no nuiiai puns, ,i. lcr0 fnrc0 ,lPcrc0
Oct. 24. (Ico. Peka. 1L W. F. Purvis, property within its Jurisdiction such".
Mrs. Purvis, S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Wll-'povvor has not been conferred upon t
(ox. Miss E. Ilishop, J. P. Cooke, A., the circuit Judges sitting as courts of
F. Jiuld. equity In Uils Territory.
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VESSELS TO AND
(.Special Cable Io Merchants'
Friday, Oct. 20.
SAN FIIANOISCO Arrived, Oct. 20
7 a. m.: S. S, Hlloiiluu, from llllo,
POUT SAN I.UIB Sailed. Oct. 19:
S. S. Suiitn nlln, for Kuliultil.
CRAY'S HAnilOIt Sailed, Oct. 19:
Schr. M. Turner, for Knhiiliil,
PI.AHI, HAIIIIO!. Sailed, Oct, 18:
Schr, II. I), Ilciillxscn, for Paget
S. S- Mongolia will dock at Alakc.i
vvlmrf tomorrow uhnut. noon mid sail
for San Francisco, Sunday, 9 .a. in.
"A Car for the Discriminating few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRWLER Typo 56 '. 4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER' Typo 54 4250
AMERICAN TOURI8T Typo 34 2250
AMERICAN .SCOUT Typo 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alakea and Hotel Sts. . Phono 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, Sols Distributor
W.C. Peacock & CoM Ltdf
Tel. 1704- Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mon.t Rouge Wines
Sole Agents -Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Ws-okly UalletlB fl per yaar.
Captain William Turner, nn expert
in tho pieparation and tho laying of
tho Warren Ilrothers process of bltu
llthlc pavement, Is nn arrival In tho
city today us u passcngor in tho
Oceanic liner Sierra.
Captain Turner comes to tnko gen
eral supervision or tho work of pav
ing Queen street with hltiillthlc.
llcglnnlpg early toinonow morning
Joseph Oilman, ho represents tho
Honolulu Hltiillthlc Paving Company,
tlie successful contractors, will have
n force of men on hand prepaid! to
lay tho pavement for tho ono block
bounded by Fort and Alnkea streets.
Captain Turner Is no stranger to
Honolulu, having spent soma weeks
hero during tliu tlmo tho nun block
of bltulltlilc pavement wns laid along
Tho work It Is oxpectcd will ho com
pleted nnd ready to tiun over to tho
municipality within two weeks,
Tho Mntson Navlgutln steamer En
torprlso which lias sailed fiom San
Fiauclhco ami Is duo to art ho nt Ho
nolulu on noxt Monday, Is said Io bo
bilnglng down a considerable number
of cnttlo nnd horses. -Tho viwsel has
a quantity of combustahlca and there
fore cannot bring passengcis.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King St, next Young Hotel
Telephones 1874 and 1875
J. A. OILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARR0TT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
((lltlN.NKLI, AUTOMATIC HI'JtlNKI.KIC)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT.
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