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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1911.
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I s The HAWAII BASEBALL TEAM are to be the guests of Milo M. Potter, Prest. of the HOTEL POTTER.. Milo M. Potter offers
f t the Hawaii Team a SILVER LOVING CUP. Also a Grand Spread to both the Santa Barbara Team and the All Hawaii Team. Just
; . think how grand our native sons are to be treated by our genial host, Milo M. Potter. - . u . m '
p When visiting the Coast be sure and visit the HOTEL POTTER at Santa Barbara. For Booklets, etc., see Otto Certz, Honolulu
Masonic Temple
A
Weekly Calendar
MONDAY:
l.inhl (h.iplcr ii.-2, (I. F. S.
Hi irnl.ir.
TUESDAY:
lluuall.iii Si unit lligrie.
WEDNESDAY:
THURSDAY:
FRIDAY:
SATURDAY:
lliiriniiii) (li.iitir Nil I, 0.
F. N Ittgulur.
All Tliltlnn membem oi t'
Ordr are cordially lnrltfd to
attend meeting of local lodf M
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Mondavi ot
each month
at K.P.Hall
7:30 P. M.
tffamtira fit
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0th Ao--ttEFICIALAJSIATIOH.
ciation, cor.
ilally invited.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets rcry llrst anil tlilnl Tuesday
o; each month In Fraternity Hall. I. O.
O J-'. bulMliiK Visiting brothero cor
dlHlly Invltnl to iilUml.
W J ItOKINHON. Sachem.
li V. TOUR, C of H.
(0K0LDLU LODGE, 618. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu lide No. 616, R. F. O
tiki, meet! in their ball, on Ring
Street, near Fort, every Friday Y
alug. Visiting Brother are cordially
'nvlted to atteni.
d p. it. isnNnnno, b. r.
QF.O T. KLUnani., Sec
VTL. MeKTNIEY LODGE. HO. 8.
K. of P.
Meet (Terr 2nd and 4th (Saturday
neulng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanta. VUIt
Inf brother cordially Invited I'i at
tend. T. F. KH.UBT, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. .
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst and third rrlday nt
T SO o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Here
tunla and Fort streets. VIsltliiE broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
S. BECKER, C. C.
O. liniNE. K. of It & S
Inter-Island and O. R. 4 U Shipping
books for eale at the Bulletin
iilllrn. fiflo narh.
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HOTEL
MILO M. POTTER, Manager
TJnpTT POTTHTTTR s Perated on 1C American plan only. Each room has outside exposure. Rates asked are less (Service, Cuisine, and
J-V- J- 1--L JT yy X X X-XV 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
COOL THE YEAR
PERSONALITIES
WAl.TIIlt JOHNSON, cashier of the
liutik at Turlork, California, mid IiIk
hrlilt; arrived on the Sierra to spend
thtlr lioiivjniooii nitilil the pnlms ut
Wulklkl
MISS MlTltlCI. GIIISON, daughter
of School Inspector Gibson, returned
from San I'r.iiu Isco In the Sierra. She
In to Ijo nuirrled In the near futuro to
liny Itlttow.
HIJV F J. 1.1UI1Y of Hoston, with
his dmiKliter, Miss Alice Mao I.lhby,
were among the tourists urrivlng In
the Sierra. They will spend some time
in the Islands.
MISS 1II:ATUICR TAYLOR yester
day received an autograph photograph
of llllii Wheeler Wilcox, tho poetesB,
a win v en I r of their acquaintance
which began n eur ago in lloiiolnlii.
KRWIN AUSTIN JONKS and his
In Mo, formerly Miss Helen Hobron,
daughter of Commodore and Mrs. T.
II Hobron, were among tho kama
uliius returning home yesterduy. Tbelr
marriage took place In San Frunclsco
about tc nduvs ugo. The gloom Is the
grandson of I. C. Jones.
WATERFRONT NOTES I
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Heavy Seas Delay Work.
Owing to a heavy northerly swell
which was reported ns running off
the coast of Ilnmilel the little Kauai
steamer Noenu was unable to work
i ai go at this Hilnt nn her last trip
to the Garden Island. The Noenu
returned Ui Honolulu this morning
liiluglug nn oxttn largo shipment ot
empties" In the line of bottles and
other containers fur "liquid cheer.'
The freight list Included 17 sacks
una, 34 sacks rice br.m, 100 sacks
p.ulily, nr. sacks sugar, 185 sacks rice,
tiud sundries, line weather was to-
ported snvo mi last Tliursdav nml
I'rlihy when the steanipr fell In with
the heavy swell which picveiilrii n
iiiiuutlt) of Knllhluol freight being
discharged.
Lodorer to Carry Australian Mall.
Tho llilllsh steniiiKhli) lyiderer
v lilch has completed tho illschargo nl
licnil llvo thousuud Ions roal hroiight
Imm Nowcnstle, N. S. W.. Is to be
dispatched for Australian ports nt live
o'clock this afternoon according to the
in cs.cn t Inteullons of C. llrower nml
Compmy, thu local agents for tho Hrl
UhIi freighter. This vessel will be
given nn accumulation of mall des
tined for Austrulln. Thcro Is u possi
bility that tho Iidnrcr may mnko an
other trip to the Islands with coal con
signed to tho Inlcr-Islnnd Steam Na
vigation Company. Sovernl members
of tho crew left tho vessel at this port
ntid Captain (Irecn was obliged to sign
on a number of men for tho lire room
Mrkl llnllftla II ser year
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In Sun Antonio Hall, Vineyard
tmt, near Emma. Visiting brother
re Invited to attend.
ai:o. a. Davis, w. p.
TO. C. M'COY, Secy.
Furniture and
City Transfer Co. -
JA8. H. LOVE
Shinning
PEACE DOVE DPSNEAR
WITH ARM OF
vmm WlLJlhHi .';Wf :
Pacific Mail Liner Brings Few Passengers But Large Orient
al Cargo Mauna.Kea, and Noeau.kre Here From. Island
Ports British Steamer to Depart, for Australian, Ports
This Afternoon Nebraska n to Sail On Tuesday.,
i'crched on the rnasl head' of theillth which Bhln'nent'was tnken to th
Pacific Moll filler .Mongolia which has
borne Dr. David Starr Jordan, across
tho Pacific, the dove of pence drew
oeur to Honolulu shortly after the
noon hour day and with the arrival
of the big steamship off the quaran
tine Dr. Jordan, tho distinguished
educator ami neaco advocate was
speedll) sent on his way to the clt)
where ho Is billed to participate In
the ceremonies attendant tho laving
of the cornor Btono of the Ubrnry of
Hawaii.
The Mongolia arrived hero with n
rmall through list of passengers. This
vessel, however, bus a verj luigo
inutility of Oriental Height amounting
to uvei Huveuleeu hundred uiid fifty
tons.
As the vessel Is said to carry a
largo shipment or tea and silk the
olllcers mo anxious to depart for San
Francisco ut tho earliest wsslblo
momttit and H. Iluckfeld und Com-
pan) havo set tho time of departure
it nine o'clock tomorrow moinlug.
Tho Mongolia lias room for one
hundred und twentv-flve cabin pas
sengers nml ut noon tcidiij about flfiv
applicants for transportation to tho
Coast has been received.
The Mongolia will carry n very
largo mail to the mainland represent
ing nn accumulation since November
W.C.PcacocK&Co.,Lld.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
or Canada. Wire
ROUND
Piano Movers
Phone 1281
mainland bv the MatsOn Navigation
steamer AVIltycimliia1,,
Iimnedlately following the arrival o
the Mongolia ntMlakca wharf, n large
force of stevedores began to get out
the large and vurled cargo Including
Japanese provisions and Orlentul mer
chandise. The departure of tho ves
.el tomorrow morning will dnubtlcssi
draw quite n crowd of visitors and
Lpcctalors.
Hi
Uthmuun Here Next Sunday.
Tho Isthmiisnu, tho uoxt American
Hnwalliiu freighter to nrrlvo In the
islands will probably show up on or
about next Sunday. Tho vessel comes
fiom s'allua Ciuz I15 (he way of San
Kranrlsco. Pnget Sound ports havo
been omitted bv the steamer. Tho
Isthmiisnu Is liiluglug Now York car
goes numbered 3G mid 30 which left
tho East const port on September Cth
und Jl'li und weio trnnshlpiiod at tho
Isthmus of Tehiiantepec to the Paci
fic steamship.
Little Money Left for Sailors.
The American Bchooner FloreBter
which has been taking on u shipment
of hardwood railway ties at llllo is
Mild to bo manned by n crow recruit
ed at Central mid South American
ports where prevailing wages range
MONGOLIA
ahead for reservations
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VESSELS TO AND
. FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special fable Hi Merch'snls'
Kxclinnyp.)
1 Saturday, Oct. 21. .
MII.O Arrived, Oct. 18: Schr. Cn
mano, 29 days from -Port Gamble.
FOR TSAN LUIS Snllecl Oct. 20?
S. S. W. F. Herrln for Honolulu.
YOOllAMA Arrived, Oct. 21: S. s.
Siberia, hence Oct. 10.
WIKEI.RSS S. 8. Enterprise, will
dock at Matson wharf Monday
morning from San Francisco.
from fifteen to twenty dollars a month.
Upon arrival at the Hawaii port a
number of tho men upon demanding
that they lie paid off uto reported to
Jiavo icccivcd but a very small amount
of money. Several will ship In tho
vessel for n return to tho Coast where
better wages nro tho rule
The schooner Canuiiiii, twontv -eight
tlnvs out from Puget Sound with 800,
000 feet of lumber nt Hllo, arrived
on Tuesday. Fifty thousand feet will
be discharged Into scons anil then
sent to llnknlau, this being douo
while tho vessel Is In (he liny.
The C. S. Holmes finished discharg
ing her cargo and nfler fumigation
will leave fur tho Sound. She should
get nway today.
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Start Made Around the World.
According to the calculations of the
local representatives for the Hamburg
American line tho steamship Clove
land with some five hundred cxciu
slontsts Is to sail from New York to
day on n tour which will require sev
eral months to complete mid which
will Includo a call at a host of porta
in the encircling of the globe. Tho
Cleveland has on two previous occa
sions visited 'Honolulu wth excur
sionists, if tho present arranged
schedule Is maintained tho llhur
should arrive here en route fioin Yo
kohama to San Francisco on or about
January 24th, 1912, A Btuy of pno
day will be made here. The local
promotion bodies promise to assist In
taking care of (ho futurists.
Fine Weather on the Homeward Trip.
Reports from officers In (ho Inter
Island steamer Mnuna Kca tell of
nno weather having been met with
on the homeward trip from Hllo. 'Iho
Maiinn Kea was an early arrival ami
brought In addition to a fair list of
cabin and deck passengers, a quantity
at our expense. For
POTTER
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Cannot be beat for its Coolness during the Summer.
BARBARA
of freight Including shipments of
chickens, turkets, pigs, n quantity ol
empty bottles and liter kegs, 1760
hardwood railway ties, 813 feet lum
ber, 32 cords wood. 21 sacks awa, 2
autos and 210 packages sundries.
Purser Phillips reports tho steam
er Kauai nt Papaatoa, the Kalulunl at
Panuhnu mid the Wiiltelc at llouo
kua. The Manna Kca Is scheduled foi
departuio fur Hllo and way ports on
next Tuesday morning.
191
Captain Greene Claims a Bride.
Tho Snn Francisco newspaper
make pleasing mention of the coming
wedding of Captain Wodus flrcene,
master of tho Japanese liner Chlyu
Mam while at the Coast.
Captain Wodus Greene, commanilei
of the T. K. K. liner Chlyo Mum, and
Miss Gertrude Macfarlnnc, daughter
of Clarenco V. Macfarlane of Hono
lulu, wero married In Snn Francisco
on Monday, October 1C. When tho
Chlvo Mnm arrived at Snn Francisco
on tho last trip across tho Pacific tho
captain was met at tho wharf by his
bride-to-be, and was motored up town
In her machine.
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Asleep at the Wharf.-
Inter-Island steamship people were
Interested as well as amused at a
startling bit of misinformation con
tained in this morning's; paporto tho
effect that tho steamers Llkellke and
Claiulliie wero lo sail for their res
pective ports of call at five o'clock
Saturday evening, Tho steamers de
parted with their usual promptitude
on Friday owning. In tho meantime
It Is rumored that n "man with green
eves" nuiv bo performing somnambul
istic stunts ulong the waterfront and
therefore landed another victim from
tho milks of the news gatheiers on
tho morning pacr,
A Prlied Trophy.
President and General Manager J.
A. Kennedy of tho Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Co. has been presented
wllli the piece of "hlndo" of u Bwntil
fish which for tho past six months or
more has remained In n bottom plank
In the steamer W. O. Hnll. Tho II ill
lot In at the tlmo iiiadu mention of
uu encounter with n largo sword-fish
und the discovery of a iortlon of tho
sword portriidlug through tho hold.
The Hall has been undergoing repairs
on tho marine railway at whlph tinio
tho dainnged woodwork was removed
r.nd now has been added to the trophies
on exhibition nt the general oMce.
Sparks from the Wireless.
Tho following wireless reports havo
Leen received at the local office:
P. M. S. S. Manchiiiin, en route
from San Francisco, 8 p. m 1136
miles from San Francisco.
M. N. S. S. fcnterpriso, en route
from San Francisco, 8 p m. 5C8 mile:)
off; raining; moderate south swell;
arrivo Monday morning.
Thoro remains but lit t lo sugar at
plantation warehouses on Hawaii ac
cording to ropnrt brought to this city
today by Purser Phillips of the steam
er Mnuna Ken. Tho following con
signments are awaiting shipment:
Olaa, 12,750; Punaliiii, 3400 and Ilo-
nuapo, 20SS sucks,
SANTA BARBARA, CAL.
rates, pamphlets and full
ARRIVED
Saturday, Oct. 21.
Hllo via way iorts Muima Kea,
stinr., a. m.
Kauai ports Noean, stmr., a. in.
Central und South American polls
Hongkong Mniu, Jap. stmr., u. m.
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Friday, Oct. 20.
Hawaii via Maui ports Claudlne,
xtmr., C p. m.
Kahulul I.urllnc, M. N. S. S., p m.
Kauai ports Ukcllke, stmr., S p. m.
I PA88ENQER8 ARRIVED t
Per stmr. Mnuna Kca, from Hllo
and way ports, Oct. 21 Miss I.. Huiu
ason, Miss H. Waldo, Miss M. Kfchcl,
N. Ilaphacl, J. Raphael. V. Ciitrson.
Mrs. C. Wolters, Miss (laihble, Mrs.
Gamble, Mrs. D. llattle, Mrs. C. C.
Kennedy, F .11. Olson, C. J. Ilomko,
Master E. K. Plllwalo, O. J. Corncon,
A. Oarleiiborg, II. Johnson, R. laugh
er, It. II. Welter. Miss C. Ixipe, N.
II. Duval, Misses McKlmion" (2), C.
S. Weight II A. Mott-Bntlth, Geo.
Mncnuley, W. Simpson Miss eKona
ona, N. Imafugl, W. G. Lawson, G.
Offergett, Mrs. K. P. Low, C. F. Miir- .
ray, J. F. Woods, F. J. Douk. Mrs. F.
II. Shanks. J. W. Donald, J. I Gil
son, W. Cralk, H. Church, W. G, Hall,
U ti. Gregg. H1V McArtliur, Ilcv.
.Inn. Nuu, Dr. J. II. Itaj inoncl, J. D.
McVeigh, W. Helming nml wife, Mis
ses Heimlng (2), Master Hennlng, K.
Nelson, Mrs. A. Ahlo, T. Osukl, S.
Mitsui.
Per stmr. Nocau, from Kauai ports,
Oct. 21. Hon. Geo. II, Falrchlld. C.
S. Dole and G deck.
The Ameilcnn Ilihlo society expect
to sell 100,000 copies of tho nil-lo In
Koica this jear.
A Family Medicine
Duffy 'tPurt MattWhlskty,
A pure distillation of malted grain
a safe tonic nn aid to digestion
endoised by r0 years' popularity.
It is a wonderful remedy In the
treatment and euro of consumption,
pneumonia, coughs, colds, mulariu,
low fevers, stomach troubles and all
wasting and weakened conditions, if
taken as directed.
Sold everywheio IN BfcALKD 110T
TI.KS ONLY. Ho sure you get the
genuine; substitutes and Imitations
are Injurious. Write for medical
booklet and doctor's advice, both sent
free.
The Duffy Mult tthMiej Co.,
Homester, .. ., V. S. A.
particulars concerning
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HOTEL POTTER, address:
OTTO GERTZ. Honolulu.
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